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PAGE EIGHT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 190. H L1 C5sr-i h rv6 '3KWESTMllR0A'DAYE. TYis s Slipper Time We have Just received a full Hue of Men's.' Womeu'H, t'hildi'Us and Babies' Slippers. They are neat looking, feel comfortable, wear "well and help you to enjoy your Rtay at home.. Men's Felt Slippers, felt too ...!.. 75c Men's Felt Rotneos, leather solo $1.50 Men's Kid Slippers, black or tan .$1.50, $2.00 Women's Felt Slippers, felt soles 60c Women's Kelt Julletes, fur trimmed, flexible soles, red, . , green, black, brown $1.25 1.50 Women's Kid Slippers $1.10, $1.25, $1.50 Children's Red Felt. Slippers 75c, 85c, 90c Babies' Felt .lulietes. fur trimmed 45c, 60c LOCAL AND PERSONAL 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 toe best manufactured. we find out first what brands are re liable and personally guarantee them. r. r. TROTTER Aos. 118 and 12i South Second street. GEO. W. HICKOX. T. Y. MAYNARD The Holidays are rapidly approaching. None, realize this fact more than do we, and anticipating & repetion of the gratifying patronage accorded us last holidays, WjB hare purchased the finest line of Rich Cut Glass, Hand Decorated China and Sterling Silver Ware, In addl ditlon to our usual lines erer known In this city. The goods are on display In our salesroom, South Second Street, and we cordially invite your early Inspection. Special attention paid to mail Inquiries. The Hickox-Maynard Co. New Mexico's Leading Jewelers ond fit Your Watchee for Repair N THE ARCH FRONT. SOUTH SECOND STREET. ALBUOUERQUE . HARDWARE GO. Fourth and Railroad Avenue No Waste Fuel The Wilson Hot Blast Heater ia so construct ed that it burn 3 into actual heat every ounce of coal and every bit of gas. There is no waste. Not only doea it cut fuel bills in half, but it gives greater heating power than any other heater known. Start a fire in a WILSON HOT BLAST DOWN DRAFT HEATER and it will be roaring in five minutes. The perfect damper system enabled vou to keep fire for 36 hours. ALBUOUERQUE HARDWARE GO. SOLE AGENTS n 51 EVERITT THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE. PliiuoafU, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Olasa. Clocks. Btlvsrware.. W lntm your trada td (uaraote A SQUARE DEAL. H. V. Heller, of ChImzou, came In from Sandoval county yesterday. Mrs. James Kurn, or T-as Vegas, Is In the city. th- guest of friends. .1 H Manbv. the fcheep buyer, lias departed for Ills homo In Trinidad. John Becker, of the John Hooker frnmpnny of Helen. Is in the city on business. . . The Degree of 1 1 ulu r meets this ; evening ai Odd Fellows Imll nt seven 1 o'clock. Clmrlcx U". (iarretl (nine In from Sail Miirclnl yeslerilay for a brief vlf.it in Albuquerque. H. H. Newell, civil engineer In the employ of the Suntii Ke. !n a visitor , from l.ns Vegas. .St. John's guild will meet this after- noon at the (iulld ball. The meeting : hour Is 3 o'clock. ' F. C. Dozeadorf, special land agent i for the government, arrived here last j night from Santa Fe. 1 Mrs. Hiram lladley left this nioin i lng for Santa Fe after a few days' j visit in Albuquerque. Milo H. Thompson, W. A. Vanderhur ! and H. H. Eberle, of Wlnslow, Arizona, are visitors la the Duke Cliy. j Col. Ralph R. Twltchell, assistant : attorney for the Santa Ke in New I Mexico. Is in the city from I.as Vegas. J. W. Bible, merchant and mining man from Hanover district. Grant county, is registered at the Alvarado. At the home of Mrs. Fournellc, 403 South Broadway the Mnrtbii society will meet this .afternoon atL':::o o'clock. Ini Haeon and family have moved from Leavenworth. Kans.. to Albu querque. Mr. ltacnti Is tt linotype operator. T. A. Whitten, u former cltlzeti of Albuquerque, who bus been here on a business visit, has departed for Ills home In Lon Angeles. Mr. R. L. Fredrick. . of Columbus, I Ohio, departs tomorrow for the coast liner a pleasant vtsu Here wit n tier l.ro;hor, Capt. f. N. Normor. Itrother James, uirecmr of tne Christian Urothers' school ni Iter- j nalillo. Is in Albuquerque in secure supplies for the Institution. Edward Orunsfeld Is a visiter In Al buquerque. Mr. Urunsfeld. who used : to reside In the Duke Cit;. is now ; traveling for n New York clothing 1 house. Edward Carson has just purchased : the burlier shop of I.. A. Kruuss, who I left for Chicago with his wife this i morning. Mr. Krnuss formerly lived la the Windy city. I Mr. and Mrs. Waller Connell, of Los I.uuas, are in i lie city visiting tin. I shopping. Mr. Connell is junior nit in hcr of the merchandise firm of Huniii',' 4c Conaell, of Ixis Lnnas. Mrs. E. C. W'hksoa, of the Whitsou Music company, left last night on a business trip to Doming and Silver City. She expects o be absent from the city until Monday. The annual business meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the Congrega tional church will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the resi dence of Mrs. N. E. Stevens, C19 West Coal avenue. AH members nre re quested to be present. J. M. Dennis, the well known lum ber merchant end saw miller at Rhodes, Arizona, is in the city. He will remain here for a few days, and then leave for Chicago, the timber districts of Michigan and New York on important business. He expects to be absent about six weeks. Sheep are arriving in large numbers at Magdalena, according to report, most of the sheep are being sent through Albuquerque to Kansas City and other markets. Prices as high as $3.25 have been received. Oue bunch of lambs averaged 72 pounds in weight. They were raised by Jose Aragon. A. G. O. Cook, of the IIorabln-Mc-(laffey company, of Thoreau. is intro dnring around the cuy F. V. Drake, of Rochester, N. Y. Mr. Drake, who is aa engineer in the employ of the state of New York, is on his way to Thoreau to visit his brother. K. C. Drake, an employe of the Horabln McGaffey company. John Wiley, of 1023 South Third street, is reported dangerously low as the result of a blow received' in the face a mouth ago, while work lag in the shops. Wiley was a gang foreman and while lifting a heavy piece of iro.i with a hoist, a chain broke and strut-it him, mashiug his face into a Jelly. His brain was affected by the injury, and it is feared that he will never re cover. Territorial Cianie Warden W. li Griffin is preparing a hunt lug license law slmlllar to that in vogue in sev eral of the -unites nnd which be vll endeavor to have passed at the next session of the legislative assembly. The main object of tho bill is to re quire hunters to have a license, the proceeds to be used in paying salaries of game wardens throughout the ter ritory. Mr. Griffin- will endeavor to have tho price of the game llceaes for resident hunters placed at and non-residents f25. Boys' Underwear U't have just received a complete line of lkyV Underwear. These goods are full cut, well made gar ments, from a reliable factory and we can recommend them for good durable wear. Union Suits only $i.oo. I'lecce lined two-piece suits 75 cts. and $1 no j, ;r suit. Wool two-piece suits, good weight, only $1.50 lrr suit. We invite your inspection. K. I.. WAsiiiiUkN Co 4 4 4 4 4 J. A. HADLEY BECOMES WAGER OF ALVARADO John A- 1 1 1 1 ' . ''o has bien se lected by 'he Harvey system to man age the' Alvarado, the best house on the Santa F' railroad, arrived from I.as Vegas last night, accompanied by hi wife and daughter. Mr. Hardley was 111 tin' Casiancda, Harvey's I.as Vegas bouse, only a short time, hav ing been n'nt there to relieve Mann cr Smith, who was away on a vaca tion. Ills 'rip west was chronicled In the Hotel World fls follows: "Mr. J. A llaillty. who the past season has niiinagVil the Fountain Ferry Park at Louisville, and fur sev eral years previous was manager of l h Pi mlennis Club In that el y, left tills week for I.as Vegas. N, M.. to take temporarily the man int liient of the Castaneda hotel, for the Harvey ys;en). anil will probably remain in the service of thai hotel corporation. Mr. lladley Is well known In tho mid dle west as a hotel and club manager and steward, and his many friends will wish him much success on the western plains." The most western station Mr. Hud-l-y ever had previous to going to l,as Vegas, was the Coates House, of Kan ses Cl'y. As to his ability a a hotel manager, the fact that Fred Harvey has seen tit to acquire his services, is sufficient recommendation. Reliable shoe polishes; doll Edge, Elitf. Champion, French Glass, IIoh ton, Sliinola. Shoe laces in solk, linen or cotton for hogh or low shoes. Dau bers anil shoe polishers; corn plas ters; heel cushions and insoles at C. May's shoe store,' 314 West Railroad avenue. DANCE. DANCE. DANCE. A SOCIAL DANCE IS GIVEN AT COLOMBO HALL EVERY SATUR DAY NIGHT. ADMISSION 50 CENTS LADIES FREE. L. F. STUCK EL HAS HIS STAR TIN SHOP LOCATED WITH RAABE A MAUGER, 115 4. 117 NORTH FIRST STREET. THF. MAZE. 2 bii'-ner coil oil stoves Ili.OM 2 burner guanine stoves f.'t.on 2 gallon hot watt r nrns $2.j Mrs. Po:ts Si runs $1.10 Sheet Iron Hea'l.ig Stov.s $1.33 Laundry Stoves $3.no Harlick's Malted Milk tiilc Castoria 30c $f.00 bottle of Listeritie Kdc Syrup of Figs 4."ie We niake a specialty in our grocery department of fancy creamery but ter and striclly fresh eggs. Ve be lieve we are selling more eggs than any store in town, there must be a good reason for it. THE MAZE. Wm. Keieke, Prop. YOUR CREDIT IS ftftnn WITM C M AH ARAN, 516 WEST RAILROAD. CLOTHE YOUR FAMILY FOR $1 PER WEEK. FOR A BREAKFAST FOOD TRY PEARLS OF WHEAT, FOUND ONLY AT MALOY'S. Ak for JAFFA'S KRACK KREAM BREAD and take no other. MUSIC LESSONS. - Prof; N. DIMauro, the violinist, gives lessons on the violin and man dolin. Ouaranteed to be the best teacher In Albuquerque. Anyone de siring lessons address general deliv ery, city. TOO LATE FOR CL.sC-- irlCATION. WANTED Two good milkers. High est wages paid to experienced men. Matthews Jersey Dairy. FOR SALE Nearly new dining chair.s and tables, porch' aetttes, tn. cots, mattresses, camp blankets, sheets, pillows, kitchen cabinet, range, fine sets of dishes, silver ware, etc. In use two months only at mountain summer resort. On tale Thursday to Saturday in vacant store at 207 East Railroad avenue, east of Hahn's coal office. PRIVATE SALE. Furniture for a seven-room hou-ie. practically new weather oak, decided ly modem in every detail, and iwthoui a marred piece; must be sold between now and tho first of December. The house Is also new and modem and can be rented with the furniture tu It. Three rooms are now rented to room ers for rent more thau equal to the house rent. A snap for some one Just coming to the city. Everything Is completly sanitary and only reason for selling is that young couple own ing the property is going away. Cad at 41 South Third street. FEE'S PEERLESS HOME-MADE CANDIES. AT WALTON'S DRUG STORE. "A SINGLE FACT IS WORTH A SHIPLOAD OF ARGUMENT" AND A SINGLE SEALSHIPT OYSTER IS WORTH A PAGE OF ADVERTISE MENTS. TRY ONE THEN YOU'L TRY A PINT AND NEVER TRY ANY OTHER KIND. TODAY WE HAVE BLUE POINTS, DIRECT FROM GREAT SOUTH BAY, LONG ISLAND: COCKTAIL OYSTERS, DI RECT FROM VIRGINIA; COUNTS DIRECT FROM CHESAPEAKE BAY. SAN JOSE MARKET, HONEY Tei, pounds of the best extracted honey, $1. sixty-pound can for $3. Order by postal. W. P. Allen. Hox 202 City. WHY PLANT THE SEED VAR- IETY WHEN YOU CAN HAVE THE "SEEDLESS APPLE" ORCHARD AT SMALL COST? N. W. ALGER, 124 SOUTH WALTER STREET. Our ROUGH DRY work don't have to be washed over. Imperial Laun dry Co. Ciive us your ROUGH DRY work, Monday, and get it back Wednesday. Imperial Laundry Co. o The Woman's Exchange Is the only place in the city, where you can al ways, buy home-cooked goods. Try our pie. baked on paprus tiio plates. Wo man's Exchange, 401 West Hallroad avenue. SOCIAL DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT AT TMK COLOMBO, HALL DANCING SCHOOL imission'504 Ladies Free YOU may think jott can get I along very well with-1 Out niann hut if you will consider a moment you will ' realize that with a thoroughly good, piano In your home there is musical ' 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! that lias little depreciation because, of I the high reputation each make we sell enjoys. Isn't it a mistake t put off own- ' ing u piano any longer, especially! when there in no reason under the! sun for the delay? .Why should you delay? ; Not because of terms, because we have told you again and again ihat payments may be arranged to meet your wishes. Not because of any doubt about the quality of the piano you may select, for that U guaranteed by. us. If there Is any other reason we don't know of it, and if yoii will come In- and tell us what it is we believe we will be ablo to clear the difficulty away. When you next go shopping why not call here and select the piano that suits you? Awaiting your call we are Very respectfully. I.EARNATtD & I.INDEMANN, 206 West Cold Avenue. New Mexico's Largest Piano Buyers. W.H.HAHN&CO. Wholesale and Retail Coal and Coke Best American Block $6.53 ! Hard Nut Coal 8.50 Larger Sizes 9.50 i Domestic Gas Coke 6.00 j Green Mill Wood, per load $2,25 1 Dry Mill Wood, per load 2.75' Factory Blocka, per load 3.00 j Also Native Stove Wood and Kindling In All Sizes. Phones Black, 280 Auto. 416 Invest in a new vest AND NOTE THE INSTANT BETTER. MENT IN YOUR APPEARANCE Just in a handsome line of new styles from New York--$2 to $4.50 WE SELL Hart, Schaffncr & Marx Suits, Overcoats, Rants MORE STYLE, BETTER FITTING, LONGEST WEARING CLOTHING MANUFACTURED TODAY. EVERY GARMENT MADE BY THIS WELL KNOWN CLOTHING FIRM IS GUARANTEED ALL WOOL. We have more complete lines and better assortment of styles this season than ever before. Suits $15.00 to $30.00 Overcoat $12.00 to $28.00 Pants $4.00 to $8.00 The Railroad Avenue Clothier It Will Pay You to Trade With 11G-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Copper A ve. STEEL RANGES AVith Reservoir and Warming Oven...,., SI8.00 and up HEATING AND COOKING STOVES A LARGE ASSORTMENT 5c, I0c& 15c ARTICLES IN ABUNDANCE Hardware, Crockery, Harness, Saddles r I Agents for Diamond Edge Tools and Cutlery ft c o -A 0 M (i ffm o Mrk DOf - WAH - JACK o TW!E -n n a JHE BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES Home Comfort. Miller and National Ranges, Round Oak, National and Peninsular Heating Stoves. v58 v?5 tc38 COAL HODS, STOVE BOARDS, FIRE SETS, ETC. GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING WHITNEY COMPANY, The Largest Hardware House in the Southwest f LUMBERS A NO TINNERS US. tte. It 7. mouth Wh-et street 40, 40S, North riret treat Agents: Winchester Arms and Aaimuait(o. ncrcitkt Pdcr and Hlfh Eiplosb.es. Albuquerque, New Mexico r A PURE FOOD H fat SHHCU Jumii. miAajmu la system. :T7 BLUE POINTS FORM the aristocracy among oysters No others equal them in delicacy i " lit tYrf, i nt flavor or in th mirJK M thofr H. ??,V jkjci j white meat They demand higher pr jces a-s they are considered by epicures to be the choicest oysters obtainable. The only Blue Point beds in the United States are located in the Great South Bay, on the south shore of Long Island. This bay is fed. by the waters of the Atlantic and by numerous streams of cold, sparkling spring water. There are no cities or factories along this shore, so that the water is entirely pure and free from contamination. NORTHPORT SELECTS TluHf oysu-rs rloM-ly rt'KimliW" nine I'olnt in their delicacy ol flavor and plump, white meat; but are much larger, and come from the north ishore of Long Inland instead of the south shore, the homo of tho llluo l'oint. Northport Selects are used by all the best hotels and restaurants where a large oyster is de sired and are considered to be without a peer in their own class. These oysters are of the National Oyster Carrier Company's own raising. We use the Sealshlpt Carriers, so that wp receive them ut our store la as perfect a coudi '.ou as when thev leave the rtell. Jo 0 0 0 rt 'f 4 4.