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ALBUQOEKQUE EVEKIXQ CITIZEN.' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 19otf. i j : 3I4WET RAILPOADAYQ Felt Shoes and Slippers DUY a pair of our Felt Shoes and Slippers . " and be prepared for the cold weather which is sure to come. They look neat, keep your feet -warm, wear well and are very reasonable in price. Men's Felt Shoes, leather faced leather sole $2.00 Men's Felt Shoes, high top, Felt ols $255 Men's Felt Slippers, felt sole.... .75 Men's Felt 8llppen, leather sole 1.50 Women's Felt Shoes, leather sole 1.25 Women's Felt Shoes leather faced US to $1.85 Women's Felt Slippers, Felt Sole .60 Women's Felt Julietes, fur trim med, red, black, green or brown $1.25 to $1.50 LOCAL AND PERSONAL SAUCES -AND CONDIMENTS. When purchased at F. Y. 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, tve find out first what brands are re liable and personally guarantee them. F. F. TROTTER AOS. 118 and 12k Soutto Second street GEO. W. HICKOX. T. Y. MAYNARD The Holidays ore rapidly approaching. None realize this fact more than do we, and anticipating a repetlon of the gratifying patronage accorded us last holidays, we have purchased the finest line of Rich Cut Glass, Hand Decorated China and Sterling Silver Ware, la addl ditioa to our usual lines ever known In this clyr. The goods are on display ia our salesroom. South Second Street, and we cordially invite your early Inspection. Special attention paid to mail Inquiries. . Ttc Hickox-Maynard Co. New Mexico's Leading Jewelers ond In Your Watehaa tor Hopalrm THE ARCH FRdNT. SOUTH SECOND STREET. K.r - i - ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE DO. ' 1 Fottrtfi and Railroad Avenue No Waste Fuel ' The Wilson Hot Blast Heater is so construct- ed that it burns into actual heat every ounce of coal and every bit of gas. There ia no waste. - Not only does it cut fuel bills in half, Jt but il gives greater heating power x f inan any otner heater known. Start a fire in a WILSON HOT BLAST DOWN DRAFT illl HEATER and it will be roaring in five minutes. The perfect damper system enables you to keep fire for 36 hours. ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE GO. SOLE AGENTS mm THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE. riaoionas. Watcoe. Jewelry. Cut Glass. Clocks. Silvtirwur.-. We lorite four trade and Kuaraa A SQUARE DEAL. H. 1.. lnhani Is here from Gallup. H. IkwiK'hart Is hero from the cap! tal. James 11. LiicHH Is here from terrl los. , Klks' nKcllnR lonlaht at :30 o'clock. John H. McCutcheon is In l.as ! Voj?as on business. , C. F. Ijwib, Of Ilaton, is anions the j visitors to the Puke City. i W. A. Wilson eante In last nixlit on I a business trip from Wlllard. i 11. G. Wilson Is among tho visitors I from Las Vegas to the Duke City. ' Joe Dannebautn, of Santa Fe. Is among the Duke city's visitors today i Mrs. J. R. Pass and daughter, of I Magdnlcna, are registered at the Al varado. t Ben Williams, special officer of the Santa Fe. arrived here this morning from the south. Julius Walter will visit Albuquer que out nig me coming week. He was formerly of the Economist store. Judge Daniel II. McMillan, a former citizen or Socorro and at present llv Ing In Denver, spent yesterday hero Miss May Hatcher, daughter of H. Hatcner, left Monday for the east. She will be absent several weeks. Assistant Lnited States Attorney wieoier arrived this morning from Hlllsboro whre Tie has been on legal uusiness. Nimon Neustaur, the Los l.unas merchant and postmanier, was in town Sunday on a visit to Mrs. Neu- staat, who has been ill. Delegate Andrews Is suffering with a very severe cold, and yesterday and louny lias neen connned to his room at the commercial club. Manuel Armijo and wife together im Ejsquipuia uaca of Pen a Illanoa oner unviug in irom mat place, are stopping at the Sturges. mere will be a special meeting of ine loung ieopie a society of Chris tian Endeavor at the Presbyterian cnurcn mis evening at 7:43. "Music Is the food of nations, they ray; thfn rag-time must be lue free itincn From The "Maid and the Mummy." At Elks' theatre tonight. 1". C Dezendorf Monday returned to his headquarters at Santa Fe after a stay here of several days, lie Is special ageat or thp gi nenil land ot flee in New Mexico. i ne uaiiup Kepublican says: May- nard Uunsul of the Gallup Electric Light company was in town from Al- nuquerque. He stated that very soon a number of lmnrovements s rf n no maue ca the CiaiJup plant. Jacob Salzman, the well known Arl zona merchant, passed through Albu querque yesterday on his way to new iom city, where he wi.i wel come his wife and two sons on their Mrs. Hlghbargaln who was recentlv called to Kansas City by the Illness or ner mother has sent her husband roiiceman Hlghbargaln word, ihat her mother is very low and that she can last out a rew days longer. Mrs. e. Burdlck has decided to leave here and make her res'denco wiin her son Dr. T. D. Burdlnk t His bee, Arizona. Th doctor has been re cently discharged from the hosplts after a severe illness. The Farmingtoa Enterprise Bays Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prewltt and family left overland for Albuquerque, their future home. Their many friends here regret very much indeed to see them go, and wish them success and uap- piuesg in ineir new home. -W. H. Hulvey, of Chicago, who is nere on Indian depredations claims against the general government, re turned to the city this momlnc from the west. The hearing of testimony win occur tomorrow before Special Attorney Ingalls, at the Alvarado. Miss Lily Le Boeuf, a Creole elocu tionist and impersonator, gave a re cital last night to a highly appreci ative audience at the African Metho dist Episcopal church. The peneral favor with which she was received was attested by a vote to have hr re turn in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klolnwon are revelling in the smiles of a bouncing baby girl, the little lady arriving at their home No. sns al 2:30 o'clock thU mornin 'i1ip Evening Citizen extends congmtula latlons to the happy parents, and Ctto is passing around cigars. "The Maid and the Mummy ' com pany has proved almost as much of a success as a inatrlmonal bureau as it has succeeded in Mnaking people laugh. Last year eight girls from the chorus wre married, and already this season, two have found wealthy hus bands. At Kilts' theatre tonight. Tho Evening Citizen has received a copy of the Waltham, Mass., Press Tribune, containing an account of the death of Mrs. Angelina C. Hall, aged 9G years, in that city on Tuesday, Nov. 6. She had been 111 of pneumo nia for several days, and owing to her advanced age Bhe was unable to rally through ht-r illnoss. The deceas- ou celebrated her wtn birthday an- navotfcary en Sunday, September 2 and op to a f w days of her illness. "hleh ended in neatn, sne was in Rood health. Tho deceased has rela t'vea living la this city, to whom tbis t aper extends its condolence. J. 8. Duncan, one of the representa tive citizens of Iis Vegas, came in from the Meadow City this morning and will visit with his son, Who is a student tit the New Mexico unlver alty. Mr. Duncan, who Is in the liv ery business In the Meadow City, was recently elected to the territorial coun' Ml. George A. Flannlgan, traveling rep resentative in this territory f r Col liers' Weekly, arrived In Albu 'ii-Tque Monday on his periodical visit. He declared that every town in i!.-.- ter ritory Is quiet except Albuquerque and Raton. "Railroad building at Ilaton has given the town ' a decided itn petus,"' he said. Frank J. Barnes, president of the l.'ilnols Wesleyan university at Bloomlngton. is an Albuquerque vis I'or today. President Barnes is -waking a tour of the southwest in the in terest of science and also In search of recreation. Before returning he will visit the Zunl pueblo, Moqui land and other Indian Vntag. A. D. Graham, district manager of the Colorado Telephone company, who was at Belen Monday and Tuesday on business connected with his ccmpnny, returned 10 the cltythls morning. The town of Belen has become quite a patron of the telephone com pa iv, as the principal holiness houses a id pri vate residences are subscribers. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Spence. for merly of this city but the past couDle of years residing at Needles. Is get ting along nicely in the latter town. Mrs. Spescer has Just been elected p-esldent of the St. John's gund of :h Episcopal church at Needles, and together with Mr. Siencer. Intends to erect a home at Needles and become a permanent resident of that town. Mr. Sptncer Is the pharmacist at one of the Needles drug stores. J. B. Uutherford. manager Nw Mexico and West Texas territory for the Capital Life Insurance comuany of Denver, and Bert M. Casley, assist ant manager, departed today on com pany business which will likely ab-! sent 1 hem from Albuquerque until Christmas. Mr. Rutherford travels south and Mr. Casley goes north, vis iting I.aR Vegas, Raton and other pluces along his route. Socorro, Deming, Silver City. El Paso and other cities are Included In the Itiner ary of Mr. Rutherford's trip. H. P. Flint, who was the chief sten ographer at the territorial republican central committee headquarters, is anxiously awaiting the coining of Chairman Bursum, so he can close up business here and return to his court duties In the Alamogordo Judicial dis trict, lo accept the "sif as chief stenographer under Chairman Bur sum, Mr. Flint had to give up the reg ular term of court at Tttcumcari, vi which ho is the court stenogranlier. anil come here, and now that court ha convened at Alaniagordo he Is more than anxious to return to that city. He thinks, however, that Chairman Bursum will surely put in an appear ance sometime this week. 2t 4 4 4 $ fc 4 4 4 4 ! 4 4 4 4 4 4. 4. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 K Boys' Clothes tVhich will give entire satlsfuctiou are bard to ol.urn. bum Peck's nobby suits are tho bett made goods on the market and combine the iuost essential qualities fr boys, viz; Strength, durability und style Suits, $2.S0 to $7.00, in Knee punts suits, blouses, OOc to $1.25. Boys catw. r.itc. Hoys !'.. I.. Washki.kn C 4 4 i- 4 4 4 4 VE WILL ave you money in the . purchase of a piano. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY That is all we ask. Learnard & Lindemann, Establish tm 2W W. Qo14 Aveaae W. H. HAHN & CO. Wholmai0 and H0tsii Coal and Coke Best American Block SB.53 Hard Nut Coal s.50 Larger Sizes o.50 Domestic Gas Coke 8.00 Green Mill Wood, per load $2.25 ury Mill wood, per load 2.75 Factory Blocks, per load 3.00 Also Native Stove Wood and Klndllna In All Sizes. Phones Black. 280 Auto. 411 THfe CASA DE ORO. BEST ROOMS, BEST MEALS, BEST PRICES. BEST CROWD. 613 WEST GOLD AVE. A Message to the Un-Convinced BUYERS of good clothes are divided Into two ( lasses: A mighty army finds economy and eetlofacttoa in the hlgh-clasa, ready-made; and a small nn of men ftlll patronize the custom tailor. Now Ve will Bar, can didly, that if you can afford to pay $75 to $100 for a suit or overcoat, that you enn do no better than to keep oa pa tronizing the Tailor Princes. There Is some sactlBfacUon in knowing that you CAN pay such prices. BUT; if you belong to the $30 ranks, let us suggest land prove if you will) that you will get better satisfac tion, a better fit, and much superior workmanship in one of our ready-made H. S. & M. Suits or Ovearooats. If you like custom-made clothes at $23 to $30, wo can give you something better at 012.OO TO Q2S.OO We think you will be convinced on theno points you will favor us with a cull. The Railroad Avenue Clothier It Will Pay You to Trade With 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Ccppar A ve. Now Is the time to get your Christ mas presents 'ready. . You very likely will make some knit slippers, and in that caSo, we want to supply you with the necessary Iamb's wool soles.. We have them in all sizes for men, wo men and children, and the prices run from 20c to 35c. C. May's Slice Store. 314 West Railroad avenue. DR. J- E. KRAFT, FORMERLY LO CATED IN THE GRANT BUILDING. HAS REMOVED TO ROOMS 2 AND BARNETTE BUILDING, OVER O'REILLY'8 DRUG STORE. The lindles of St. John's Guild will give a New England supper at Guild hall Friday evening, November 16, from 5:30 to 8 o'clock. The public Is cordially Invited to attend and en- oy a- good home-cooked supper. 35 cents a plate. Good service and plen ty to eat. o WANTED EXPERIENCED DRIVER SAN JOSE MARKET. STEEL RANGES With Reservoir and Warming Oven S 1 8.00 and up HEATING AND COOKING STO VES A URGE ASSORTMENT 5c, (Oc & 1 5c ARTICLES IN ABUNDANCE Hardware, Crockery, Harness, Saddles J Agents for Diamond Edge Tools and Cutlery 0 0 MUSIC LESSONS. Prof. N. DIMauro. the vnli.iiM.i ives lessons on the violin and man dolin. Guaranteed to be tho best, j teacher lu Albuquerque. Anyone de- i siring lessons address general deliv ery, city. FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT BUT TERNUT BREAD. FURNITURE SALE. Thf following household articles re for sale and can be seen at any time at 421 South Third street: Three bedroom sets, two tokb and carnit. chairs and rockers, 2 sanitary cots, bed slating, Home Comfort range, lin oleum, kit-chen cabinet and outfit of kitchen utensils. All of there articles are In cood condition and urn free roni contamination; no 8lck persons avitig beell in the house. 0 (9 iaWBala THE BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES Home Comfort, Miller and National Ranges, Bound Oak, National and Peninsular Heating Stoves. s COAL HODS, STOVE BOARDS, FIRE SETS, GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING ETC. WHITNEY COMPANY, The Largest Hardware House in the Southwest PLUMBERS A NO TINNERS 113. lie, nr. Bout nrat attraat tot, 403, North rim etraat Areots: Winchester Anas ssd Amnuoltloa. Hercules Powder sod Hlf h Eipkxives. Albuquerque, New Mexico FEE'S PEERLE8S HOME-MADE CANDIES, AT WALTON'S DRUG STORE. We do It right. ROUGH DRY. lH'riul Laundry Co. Im- TAXES ARE NOW DUE. KINDLY PAY AND AVOID EXTRA WORK ND EXPENSES. WHY PLANT THE SEED VAR- ETY WHEN YOU CAN HAVE THE SEEDLESS APPLE" ORCHARD AT SMALL COSTT N. W. ALGER, 124 SOUTH WALTER STREET. FOR COODNEsVsAKE EAT BUT ERNUT BREAD. Our ROUGH DRY work don't have be washed over. Impcrinl Limn- rv Co. HONEY 'It'll hOlimlu rif thu hf.Kt ..vtr:irtAl honey, Jl. Sixty-pound can for 5. OrJt r lu nos'al. W. V. Allen. Ito 205 City. MRS. AT. C. WILSON . . . omALrtt im . . . Fancy Dry Goods 9 tamping Dona to Ordor 2-'4 w. Gold Avenue ALUUQtt'KQl'E, N. M. SOCIAL DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT COLOMBO HALL DANCING SCHOOL Amission 50c tidies Free DEE-UCIOUS! SEALSHIPT, OF COURSE. 2L 3C O O Lb