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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
PAGE EIGHT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 1 LOCAL, AND PERSONAL REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY OUR SHOES STYLE First, last and nil the lime is the most prominent feature in our shoes. They have the snapind finish to make your feet look dainty and single out as well dressed. FIT Snug around the ankle to hold your heel In place, close fitting over the Instep and under the arch to properly support and rest the foot, roomy enough for the toes without any surplus leather to form unsightly wrinkles. No breaking In required. Kasy'from the start till they are worn out. v-iiS-,XLXi. QUALITY Solid lea her and Crst claas findings, put together by skilled workmen make our shoes wear and hold their shape. PRICE In our own Interest Is Invariably the lowest consistent with good quality. We not only want to hold, but we want to Increase our trade. Shoe for Boys and Girl $1.00 to $2.75 Shoe and Slioper for Women 1.50 to 6.00 Shoe and Slippers for Men 130 to 4.00 SAUCES AND CONDIMENTS. When purchased at F. F. Trotter'a grocery store, are aure to bring the right flavor to all dishes Into which thty enter. This is because we al ways procure toe best manufactured. Ot. Ch:urrle of Hnblnal is a visitor here. ' John Hlini CHiuu li: from (l.tllup last nlKht. Mrs. .1 P. Sa'vttW itriil win of Socor ro are visitors to tin Puke city. Mrs. Dale Shaffer of r'lans'aff, Ariz. Is among the guests hen; In mi thit west. W .W. Jones is a San Marcial utl 1 zen who Is looking over affairs In Al ! buquerque. Jiiliim Staab, the jouiik attorney, Is In Santa re on business, lie will re turn to the city this evening. P. C. Brick and wife, who have been stopping at the Savoy, departed fur EI Paso last night. A. n. McGuffey of ih lloiHldn-Mc-Oaffey company, left last night for Thoreau, the company's headquarters. C. W. Trimble, a well known sheep man of Fort Collins, Colo., Is in the city with I. C. Riddle, of ti:e same place. G. K. McCarn, of the engineering j department of the Colorado Tele I phone company, is here from the Denver office on business. Captain John W. Carter, caHhier of I the Silver City National bank, came tn from me souin ima morning ou business. He will return south this evening. Mrs. R. P. Hall, accompanied by Mrs. J. H. Wroth, left last night for the home of the former in Hollywood Calif., where Mrs. Wroth will visit for a few weeks. Rev. W. W. Havens, superintend ent of the Anti-Saloon league, let; this morning for Raton, where ho Is to attend a mass meeting tomorrow night. Before returning he will visit Mrs. Minerva Reed, past grand treasurer of the (Irand chapter of the Eastern Star, who baa been In Albu querque the past week attending the Grand rlmnter meeting, left for tier borne at !." Vegas this morning. Mrs. piano In your home there is musical jsoe. GEO. W. HICKOX. T. Y. MAYNARD The Greatest Fair Has Passed Into History We still exist at the ARCH FRONT, where can yet be found many choice bargains, which we wish to dispose of in order to make room for the finest stock or JEWELRY, WATCHES, STERLING SILVER, CUT GLASS, CHINA, ETC, ever offered to the good people of Albuquerque. The Hfckox-Mayoard Co. New Mexico's Leading . Jewelers Band In Your Watehm lor Rapalra THE ARCH FRONT. SOUTH 8ECOND STREET. ALBUOUEROUE HARDWARE GO. Fourth and Railroad A venae HARDWARE. HARNESS SADDLES CHINA GLASSWARE PLUMBING TINNIN'J ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE GO. Fourth and Railroad Avenue sec El GRITT Jill I 1 Diamonds. Watch, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Clocks, Silverware, vonr trade tad Kuarautc' A SQUARE DEAL. ' i .1 f ..... T -. . . find out first what brands are re- 188 a uu "ul" ...i,.. .-a ,i ,,rT,to thm U M. Fee. E. W. Fee and Bert Iiak- ...u.c .iv o j ... , tnnlrhf ,rir Cnl.lno! In Socorro county, where they . V 111 put I in a whole week, hunting. They ex j pect to return to the city with a wag p p T5jtJ TTER i ou'oad ' web-footed fowls. Mrs. Frank Springer and daughter, 118 anil 12il South Second street. ,"KB r-,tt' "l ini" - 118 ana lu soutn second street. jcJ ut thj A,VBrttdo A(ler Bpon,iinK a I f,.tnirh at the Grand Canyon Uiey aro en routo home, stopping off at Al buquerque for a day or two vls.ting friends and sightseeing. A. F. Potter of Washington, D. C chief grazing Inspector of the forest ry division, left Santa Fe yesterday for Senorlta, Sandoval county, going thither to meet Forest Supei visor Leon F. Knelpp, who Is now on an In spection tour of the Jemez forest re serve. E. L. Browne and wife of I. as ve gas, who have been here1 attending the meetings of the Grand chapter ot the Eastern Star, will leave this ev ening for their home at the Meadow city. Mr. Browne Is a member of the wholesale firm of -the Brown & Man zanares company, which has branches at different points in the territory. Company G will report at tie ar- i morjr tomorrow morning at 8:0 j o'clock with rations for oun meal, ac- cording to orders recently issued by ; tho commanding captain. The com- pany will repair to the rifle range on i the mesa for all day practice wkh small arms. The company has l.ooo rounds of ammunition lssuud to it re i cently. , Itev. J. W. Barron of the Congrega i tlonal church, will contlnuo the Sun ! day evening lectures with an address i to merchants and business men on the I'tmnnrinnt trtnt rtf "fluTll Tl lfrpl II 1 m II and Christianity," to be followed by u lecture on Sunday, the 28th, to clerks on "Tho Value and Importance of the. Early Closing of All Stores and Of fices." These are timely subjects and worthy of attention. ' S. It. Dearth, a well known under taker of Las Vegas, whose visit to the Duke city was occasioned by tho an nual session of the Grand chapter ot the Order of Eastern Star, leaves for home this evening. Mr. Dearth Is an enthusiabtic sportsman and gun club member. He reports that the Uis Vegas gun club will give a big shoot ut Vegas this fall. In which live tar- ' gets wlll'be a feature. ' United States Marshal C. M. For I aker has returned from a trip to I Santa Fe. S. D. Amen, counected with ! the auditing department of tho inter nal revenue department, accompanied I him. Mr. Amen, whone duties take : him all over the United States, has recently finished examination f The Santa Fe office. He is Mr. Korakt-r's nephew and will make a report of the offices here before leaving for points in California. "If liortlculturallst in thU county would spray their treej more, Berna lillo county would produce apples like these," remarked a fruit fancier in a local grocery store this morning. He pointed to a box of Grimes golden apples and some of the large Wolf ! river variety shipped In from Axtec. i Tho apples' were without a blemish i and there was not a wormy one in the ! entire display. Several of the Wlf river apples selected ut random from I tho box weighed fourteeu ounces and over. They are selling at four pouinU for a quarter. Heed's clmmlit'r. Mls I-oulse Heed. Is another of Ne .Mexico s successiui candidates for the stage. This season Mis Iteeil I iHi understudy In one ol tli'f Chs'-les Frot.m.m companies which wl I play the t ntlrc season in New York. 1 .ast teason Aliss neeti was Daniel Sully's lending lady in an elaborate presentation or I ne Matchmaker." vliicli received natter ing comments In the eastern newspapers. It will prove interesting lo many of Albuquerque i heater-goeis to lieai once more of their footlight favorite, Miss Lyllian lx'ightou, who spent the last summer here In ti.e capacity of leading lady in the stock company bearing her name, i ne may is r.o nlavine nil engagement witn ine Grace Haywood Slock company at the People's theater on Minnesota avenue, in Kansas City, where she is produc ing a mild sensation s the "hcavj woman" of the compuny. Miss l.eigli- ton appears to be a person of great aciutitnhilitv and has throughout, her short rareer essayed not only me theatrical but various other pursuits requiring originality and note or less of genius. The story of her gradua tion from a Wisconsin newspaper of fice to the stage as a result, of n shortage in a traveling company ap pearing at the time In the same town is Intending. Tho company, an im portant member of which was sud denly taken 111. was In a quandary at to whether It would attempt to show or abandon the performance for the evening, when Miss Lelghton's name was suggested as a substitute. As a result she became a member of the theatrical profession, in which she has succeeded In gaining a conspic uous place. BEST SUNDAY DINNERS IN THE CITY AT ZEIGER'S CAFE., FROM 12 NOON TO 3 P. M. ONLY FIFTY CENTS. YOU may think jou can get along very well with out a Piano, but If you will consider a moment you will realize that with a thorouehlv eood enjoyment for you without end. A good piano will make your home twice as attractive, provide unlimited ! pleasure for you and your friends, be sides furnishing a safe Investment I that has little depreciation because of the high refutation each make we nell enjoys. Isn't It a mistake to put off own ing n piano any longer, especially when there Is no reason under the sun for the delay? ' j Why should you delay? Not because of terms, because we j have told you again end again that' payments may be arranged to' meet your wishes. Not because of any . doubt about the quality of the piano j y :u may select, for that Is guaranteed i by us. ' . j If there Is' any other reason we don't know of It, and if you will come In and tell tis what It I we believe we will be able to clear tho difficulty ; away. j When you next go shopping why not call here nnd select the piano that ' suits you? 1 Awaiting your call we are i Very respectfully, LEARNARD & LINDEMANN, i 200 West Gold Avenue. New Mexico's Largest Piano Buyers. IF vou'AP. TIRED OF THE OLD THINGS, GO TO THE COLUMBUS HOTEL TOMORROW AND TRY THEIR CHICKEN AND DUMrLINGS Tlicie vlll be an Important nieetln of the Si. John's Guild on Wednesday, October at 3 p. m. FO THF. HUNTERl. Duck calls 50c I oaded shells .- .'. .5"c to 90c Hunting ctuils 85c to $1.25 Leggings 45c Cotton flannel lined, canvass gun chscs '. 5(ic Taraet ride cartridges 15c Stevens 22 rifles S2.2 (Ha oil per can -uc .lupanese gr.iss bunting suits. s perfect blind for ducks and geese"1. LK Stevens s'ngle-burrel US-gauge shotguns ?j Gordon double barrel 12 gauge shot gun, genuine twist barrel. This gun will stand the heaviest charges of smokeless powder. and we offer it at n bargain. .$13.00 THE MAZE, Wm. Kieke, Propf. DANCE! DANCED DANCE!! I AT COLOMBO HALL EVERY SATUR DAY NIGHT. ADMISSION 50 CENTS, LADIES FREE. IV. H. HAHN&CO. Wh Coal and Coke Best American Block $6.53 : Hard Nut Coal 8.50 ! Larger Sizes 9.50 Domestic Gaa Cke 6.00 Green Mill Wood, per load $2.25 Dry Mill Wood, per load Z.75 Factory Blocks, per load 3.00 Alto Native Stove Wood and Kindling in All 8lze. Phones BlV, 260 Auto, 41? A BRAN NEW Boys' Clothing Stoi cvxgzamu.y mum wkmviavmLS j mm i 1 it- - 'mny " 1 " " ,,m mm mmmmmm mm THAT'S WHAT IT PRACTICALLY AMOUNTS TO. LAST SUMMER VE SOLD OUT OUR ENTIRE LINE OF BOYS' AND YOUTH3' SUITS, PREPARATORY TO ENLARGING THE DEPARTMENT AND THE BUYING OF A BETTER AND MORE COMPLETE 8TOCK FROM A NEW YORK HOUSE. The Entire New Line is now on sale and em braces the choicest goods which could be purchased in New York City PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE DISPLAY OF BOYS' RUSSIAN SUITS WITH KNICK ERBOCKER TROUSERS AGES 6 TO 16. PRICES RANGE FROM $4.50 TO $8.00. BOYS' 2-PIECE DOUBLE-BREASTED SUITS, $3.50 TO $7.00. YOUTHS' 3-PIECE SUITS, 14 TO 20 YEARS, $8.0 TO $27.00. The Railroad Avenue Clothier R9B SBSS It Will Pay You to Trade With 3 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Copper A ve. l) AA n IS'I AT In H fo U (tri M. XV Ux ZrSi Lr-& UzzLs i3 u STEEL RANGES Wiih Reservoir and Warming Oven $18,00 and up HEATING AND COOKING STOVES A LARGE ASSORTMENT 5c, !0c& 1 5c ARTICLES IN ABUNDANCE IN ORDER TO GET THE BEST THAT MONEY, SKILL AND EXPER IENCE CAN PRODUCE, WHEN YOU BUY TEAS, YOU SHOULD MAKE YOUR SELECTION FROM CHASE & SANBORN'S PACKAGE TEAS. SOLD ONLY BY A. J. MALOY. PROF. HARRY BALDWIN, AN AERONAUT OF NATIONAL REPU TATION, WILL GIVE A GRAND BAL LOON ASCENSION AND PARA CHUTE JUMP AT TRACTION PARK SUNDAY AFTERNOON. ADMISSION ADULTS 25 CENTS; CHILDREN 15 CENTS. GRAND STAND SEATS AB SOLUTELY FREE. THE BEST FIFTY-CENT SUNDAY DINNER AT ZEIGER'S CAFE FROM 12 TO 3 P. M. THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE. We InTite YOU WILL HAVE A GOOD TIME IF YOU ATTEND THE GRAND MASQUE BALL AT THE CASINO, SATURDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 20. YOUR BEST GIRL (S EXPECTING YOU TO TAKE HER. o CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS AT THE COLUMBUS HOTEL SUNDAY. Shoe polls'lica, the kind that not only improve the Iookb of your shoes but makes them wear longer. Luces for high or low shoes, Bhoe brushes and daubera, cork, leather or electric in soles, l.anib Wool slipper soles for men, women and chiluren at C. May's shix- store, 314 West Hailroad avenue. Hardware, Crockery, Harness, Saddles Agents for Diamond Edge Tools and Cutlery GET YOUR SUNDAY DINNER AT THE COLUMBUS HOTEL. THEY'LL HAVE CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS. You will need a pair of rubbers storue of these days and w want you to remember that we have a fall line of sizes for men, women and children. Kellitilo quality and reasonable prices. C. May s shoe store, 31 West Kail road avenue. A iff DOE - WAM - JACK esmmwmsisxsMXsawBSi THE BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES Home Comfort, Miller and National Ranges, Round Oak, National and Peninsular Heating Stoves. COAL HODS, - STOVE BOARDS, FIRE SETS, ETC. GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING WHITNEY COMPANY, The Largest Hardware House in the Southwest I PLUMBERS AND TINNERS 113, lie, 11T. outh rirmt mtrwo dot, do 3, Mortlt rirst Btrot Agent: Winchester Arms aid Ammunition, Hercules Powder and tilth Explosives. Albuquerque, New Mexico We have just received a complete line of Sweaters for men and boys, including white and fancy colors. All prices from $1.00 up. E. L. WASHBURN CO. DANCE! DANCE! 1 DANCE! I ! AT COLOMBO HALL EVERY ' SATUR DAY NIGHT. ADMISSION 50 CENTS, LADiES FREE. Ask for JAFFhS KRACK KREA BREAD and take no other. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH E. MAHARAN, 516 WEST RAILROAD. CLOTHE YOUR FAMILY FOR SI PER WEEK. FOR RENT Residence, 709 West Gold Avenue. Aonlu mornlnm on premises, or to Mrs. Dr. John F. i-earte, M8 weat Hanroad avenue. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OF CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS AT THE COLUMBUS HOTEL TOMORROW. DANCE! DANCE! I DANCE!!! AT COLOMBO HALL EVERY SATUR DAY NIGHT. ADMISSION 50 CENTS, LADIES FREE. The Woman' Exchange lb the only place In the city, where you can al ways buy home-cooked goods. Try our pit's baked on paprtis pie plates. Wo nian's Exchange, 401 West Railroad avemio. FEE'S GOOD COLD ROOT BEER AT WALTON'S DRUG STORE. THE HIGHLAND LIVERY D D bl m Mm 1 B.fl fit tickets bought, sqlq Highland Rooming House JZUX.. ! MRS. M. t HEWDL. Prop. Transaction JUST ACROSS THE RAILROAD Guaranteed TRACKS ON EAST R. R. AVE. BAMBROOK BR OB., Prop. LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE SADDLE HORSES SPECIALTY. The Sadie" for mountain parties and' nt $ier!?l rates on week days. i-,.,unM., i i n in n n , a I Auto Phon: 604. No. 112 John St. HllXtMrltlU Oi 110 II. fl. Hi Midi New Buildinci. New Furniture. Steam ; Heat and Everything Connecteov rrrs GOOD COLD ROOT BEER : With the Place Brand New. FEE'S PEERLESS HOME-MADE I CANDIES, AT WALTON'S DRUG STORE- AT WALTON'S DRUG STORE. ROOMS BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH WtLLIAM MclNTOSH. President APPLES WITH NO SEED! NO CORE! TREES FOR SALE. N. W. ALGER, 124 SOUTH WALTER ST. : ALBUQUERQUE. ! DANCE! DANCEil DANCE!!! AT COLOMBO HALL EVERY PATUR I OAY KJQHT. ADMISSION, 50 CNTS, ' -AOiES FREE. Ate WV M',: as'H IV L.'T. -I . . .v.; SOLOMON LUNA, Vice-President For the Hest Lino of T. C. NEAD, Treaiurer and Manager BTOWIES taaaaaaaiaaaaammaaaaaaaaamamraaweaaaataawaawaaiaaaaaaa in Albuquerque See Ours fit 'i mm J !lM)Ml.ii''Tl 8 MclNTOSH HARDWARE CO,