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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
PACK EIGHT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1906. 3 314 WEST RAILROAD AYE. Youe For got To remember some of your friends before Christmas, and you received some presents you did not expect. You can easily "square yourself" by buying a pair of our Dainty Slippers or Shoes and sending them as a New Year's gift. Or maybe you were disappointed in getting that pair of Shoes or Slippers you had counted on and they came handy for yourself. In either case we are anxious and able to serve you. Stylish Shoes for Men, -Neat Slippers for Men, -Handsome Shoes for Women, Dainty Dress Slippers for Women, Comfortable House Slippers forWomen, 1.00 to 1.50 Shoes and Slippers for Children, -- .60 to 2.50 $2.00 to $1.00 1.50 to 2.00 1.75 to 1.50 to 5.00 3.50 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Largest Line of Candy in the City C. N. BfUGHAM Successor to 4 F. F. Trotter CONFECTIONARY SUGAR GEO. W. HICKOX. T. Y. MAYNARD The Holidays are rapidly approaching. None realize this (act more Uian do we, and anticipating a repetition Cf the gratifying patronage accorded ua last holidays, we have purchased the finest line of. Rich Cut Glass, Hand Dcorated China and Sterling Silver Ware, la addl dltkm to our usual lines ever 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 Sand In Your Watchea tor Repair a THE ARCH FRONT. SOUTH SECOND STREET. ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE GO. Fourth and Railroad Avenue FOR. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS SEE OUR LINE OF FINE CHINA CUT GLASS CHAFING DISHES BAKING DISHES CARVING SETS SILVER PLATED WARE FOOD CHOPPERS FINE CUTLERY ALBUQUER0UE HARDWARE GO. Fourth and Railroad Avenue E mmm li II I J u I I I n II p n I i I JJ V THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE. Diimondi, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Gla. Clocks, Bllerre. We tortie your trade and guarantee A SQUARE DEAL. Gc-orgp II. Hrewcr, of Mexico City, Is visiting here. "W. Stanley came in yesterday from El Paso. I A. Simpson, of Santa Fe, wa? her on business yesterday. Ir. and Mrs. Smith an- lu re for the holidays from Grand Canyon. John Itippus. of Kl I'nio. was anion the visitors In Albtiquernnp Sunday. The Klks are among those k'epin open house on a.l elaborate scale to day. Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Shields are in from the .l-nn t hot springs M spend the holidays with their friends. TO. 7. Vogt. of the Glorietta Mercan tile Live Stock company, is In the city on business for his company. Seeundino Komero. of Las Vegas, is transacting business in Albuquerque and will remain here for several days. Cecil Philips has kit Ibis chy for California, having resigned his posi tion with the American Lumber com pany. M. L. Seherer. registering from New Castle, Ind., Is in the city, in the in terest of the Krell-French rhino com pany. The ("hiiimas tree p-xcrrVes at the Congregational church last night were well attended. An excellent pro gram was rendered. Sam I'ickard. who has been spend- In the nast few weeks In a tour of Mexico. Is once more In this city, and has resumed his duties at the Klrst National bank. ,. L. Shields, superintendent of the San Diego land grant, owned by thu Jennz Ijand company. Is In the city transacting business and enjoying the holidays. 1 Delecate V. II. Andrews haa sold ; his cattle hearing the brand K G bar, , numbering about 500. tm J. II. Ttleh ardson and Henty Opgt north, of Hllls- boro, Sierra county, N. M. Italph Goodwin, an Albuquerque i loy who Is fori man of a carpenter gane on the Faster:: railway of New ! Mexico. Ik honu for Christmas. Mr. Goodwin's headquarters are at Wil lard. I Edward Kendall, advance, agent for i "Tht Marriage of Kitty," is in the icitv. Mr. Kendall says that the lead I ine ladv of "The Marriage of Kitty this vear is one of the best in the business. She sings as well as acts Hi nie H. Jaffa, of the Simon Stern Clothing company, started last night on an extended visit to New York and other eastern cities. Before return ing he will purchase for his concern their snrlnu stuck of clothing and furnishings. R. K. Durham and A. M. Karstet ter. of Algodones. civil engineers em nloved in the purvey of the Rio Grande Land. Wat r & Power com nanv's ii rliratu.n nroicct just ninth of this city, came ia Sunday are registered at the St urges. "M3n Murdered For Money Polic Believe. (Scare head type). "Body of Wealthy Robber Picked Up in Bay Near Stolen Island Shore." (With affected Modesty ) Moraine Journal What doe the good book say about having respect for the dead. The death of Santiago Gonzales o currod yesterday morning at the rest dence of his brother in Borelas. Mr Gonztiles was well known among th native population here. Ills death was the result of pneumonia. The remains will be taken t Peralta for Interment. Kneineer A. F. Dixon of the El Paao-SontUwest; rn. Is in the city arend the holidays with his family Mr. Dixon Is just out of the hospital at Alamogordo. whire he went a wee ago with a couple of sprained wrists Ho snrained his wrists by a fall from his engine. Attorney C. W. G. Ward and wife arrived here Sunday from Las Ve gas to spend Christmas with Mr Ward's mother, Mrs. II. V. Turner, of north Thirteenth street and Harri son avenue. Mr. Ward, who Is editor of the I .as Veffts Optic, will return to I,a Vegas Thursday while Mrs Ward will make a more extended visit. J. B. Rutherford, district nianagi for the Capitol Life insurance com- uanv of lxnver. returned homo re cently frob a policy selling trip the "Panhandle," Texas, district. To night. Mr. and Mrs. Ruther ford will leave for Denver, and after a short stay at the' Colorado capital, will go to Marsaelks, Mo., to attend the golden wedding of Mr. Ruther ford's parents. A treat is promised the intellectual people of Albtiquerquo In the lecture which will be delivered next Monday night by Prof. Gotthard Deutsch, of Cincinnati, in Temple Albert. It had betn intended at first to charge ad mission to this instructive entertain ment, but through the generosity of his congregation Rabid Kaplan Is en abled to extend an invitation to the affair free of charge. The subject of the lecture is "Oriental and Russian Ghettos." low Some College Boys Spent Thanksgiving Holiday Away From Home. The folinuitig pleasant reference to a New Mi xiio tail, horn at Uls igas but now a citizen of Albuquerque, when not absent lit school. Is taken from tlie l';i lis, Mo., Appeal: Nine stul tits from the State uni versity at Columbia, Mo., spent the latter part of last week in Paris, hold ing a splendid series of meetings at the Christian church. Their object was to Inipresj upon the young people the necessity if following Christ If tliev would measure fully up to the highest standard of citizenship. It was as polidied and clever u bunch of eal gentlemen as Paris people have met in a long time. 1 hey were so thoroughly In earnest that ail who came in contact with them caught some measure of I heir zeal for higher things. The buys were all good sing ers, their quartet being of exceptional merit. Mr. McCall. a Callaway, Mo. boy wlio Is destined to become a shin ing light In the ministry, and Robin P. Gould, of Albuquerque, N. M., a youth of is. whose earnest prayers and stir ring appeals will not so:n be forgot ten, were the leading spokesmen. t nd YOUNG MEN START EARLY FO ODD Believe Us We can save you money NOW In the purchase cf a Piano TODAY We Carry the Largest Stock of New Pianos Ever Shown in This Territory. SECONDHAND Pianos at your own prices almost. SEE US betore you buy. Do It Today Learnard & Lindemann, Established 1900 206 W. Gold Avenne COAL Genuine American B0Ck per ton $6.50 Cerrlllos Lump 6.50 Anthracite Nut 8.50 Anthracite Mixed 9.00 Anthracite, stove and furnace izet 9.50 Clean Gat Coke 6.00 WOOD Green Mill wood, per load $2.25 Dry Mill wood, per load 2.75 Factory wood, per load 3.00 W. H. HAHN &CO. Both Phones. "ANITA THE SINGING GIRL" If oe wants to get a touch of life in the slums of New York and mingle with poverty, misery and learn to nv-li.e the startling truth of the way wtird liff. they should attend a per formuncc of that famous comedy drama by Owen Davis, which will ai- fear at the Elks' opera bouse tonight Anita. The Singing Girl" is one of those plays that carries lesson and a moral with It to be remember- d. It is a four act play depicting love, pathos, hate and passion, con summately interwoven by a master hand, so rc-il. so true to ::ature, a heart story pure In thought, work and action, embellished by startling scenic effects and intensely xciting situations a.ul climaxes. "Anita," is a sweet young girl brought up by the Spanish piople and taught to hate lier father whom she has never seen. She hes sworn to kill him when they meet, but by good fortune he turns out to be the one who helps her when she Is in most need of a friend. She masquerades as a newsboy and nurses him buck to lift- befo'e she discovers who he really Is and has learned to love him too well to keep her vow, so she leaves him. In the end they are united wbrn tho vil lainy of her companion, Manuel Go mez, is discovered and her fancied wrongs are proved to Ikj false. DR. L. H. CHAMBERLAIN, DENTIST. ROOM 2, CROMWELL BLOCK. ESTABLISHED SINCE 1889. I ft ft III Copyright 1906 by Hart'Schaffhcr if Marx May be 'all-wool" and its maker or seller assume an attitude of rectitude and even condescension in selling it to you. Hut if you are asked to buy an all-wool suit that looks like a bargain, just remember that old Mk. Shoddy walks abroad in the land ; and coarse goat's hair is wool.. The woolen weavers have a clever way of mixing DEAD and shoddy wool with a little good material. Of course it's all-wool, but not the kind you would want if you could see the raw material. We guarantee you against shoddy and flat-iron faking. ...SIMON STERN... The Railroad Avenue Clothier JUST TO REMIND YOU A 2 a mi rilack cloth overgalters, seveu and ten button length for men and wo men: till wool leggings, knee lengtn tor children and women; lamb's wool slipp.tr soles In all sl.es at C. May's Shoe Store, 314 West Kail road ave. POUND SALE. Ose buy pony, with spilt ears and brands on left hip and left shoulder, both left feet white, will be sold to the highest bidder at the city build ing on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. THOS. MeMII.IJX. City Marshal. AUCTION J J j "J "J J J t "4 i i J & 4 '4'4,'4''4',4,4'4' J "4 "$ J J $ t t t t J? IF IT NEW YOU CAN riNO IT AT 122 2d St. STEIN-BLOCII CLOTHING Fits Every Man. Honesty is Sewed in Kvery Garment. Try a Suit on. You Will l?e l'K'ased With Your Personal Appearance Ycurs for business. E. 1L. Washburn Company 4 5t aa a J J f J J f f J J J J J J j j J J J Thursday, Dec. 27th, at 1:30 o'clock sharp, at Mr. Whitney's furniture store, opK)slt-3 the postoffice, on Sil vtr avenue. I will sell the entire stock, consisting la part, of cook stoves, gasoline stoves, heaters, steel range, cots, 12 new mattresses springs, 6 Iron and brass beds, buffet, sido board, cliiflioner, dressers, 3 din ing tables, couch and etc. See goods Wednesday before sale; nothing sold private. II. S. KNIGHT, Auctioneer. -o CO TO WHITNEY COMPANY FOR NICE GIFTS AS WELL AS USEFUL. ge Makes a Very Practical Present No doubt many would appreciate a SHOT GUN A POCKET KNIFE-Is always acceptable We have the celebrated "Diamond Edge" Cutlery Decorated China and Nickel Plated Ware 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Copper A ve. ' S WHITMEY o : Wholesale and Retail: 0 4) 0 HARDWARE BOY'S TOOL COMPANY. CHESTS. WHITNEY THE MAZE. French cream candies 15c Chocolate candies 2fc Fancy chocolate creams 35c High-grade cream candles 35c Fancy oranges, per doz 40c Fancy bananas, per doz 40c Bissiil's carpet sweepers $2.40 I, ace curtain stretchers 1.35 Mrs. I'oiis' sad irons 1.10 Down bed comforters 5.00 Elegant all-wood bod blankets.. 7.50 Hand-painted cake plates 2.00 A larnc assortment of decorated china plates, each 12V4C. THE MAZE. WM. KIEKE, Propr. 0 0 Iron Pipe, Pumps, Valves, FittingsSteam and Water SuppliesHose and Belting. Stoves, Ranges and Granite Iron Ware. Bar Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Stock, Blacksmith Supplies. Mail Orders Solicited 113, lie, 1 ir.t mouth rirmt m tram t 4oi, 4oa, North rirtt atraat Albuquerque, New Mexico Miss Laura M. Lutz, ln South Second street, has for sale a ttm lino of millinery goods, at less than wholesale prices. ChriMmas presint for the family a New Homo Sewing Machine, guaran teed, llorraduile & Co., agents, 117 Gold au'iuu . TOYS. DOLLS,DOLL BUGGIES, WAGONS, HANDKERCHIEFS, FURS AND ALL KINDS OF HOLIDAY GOODS AT LOW PRICES. CASH BUYERS' UNION, 122 NORTH 8ECOND STREET. CHAFING DISHES. FIVE O'CLOCK TEAS, CARVING SETS. WHITNEY COMPANY. FEE'S PEERLESS HOME-MADE CANDIES, AT WALTON'S DRUG STORP. SOCIAL DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT at rue COLOMBO HALL DANCING SCHCOt Emission 50c Ladies Free 1Z 3E Tl o mris tana ounltry We Have the Finest and Largest Supply of Anyone in the City Call and Inspect Before Buying. Turkeys, and Geese Ducks, Chickens Fancy Roasting Pigs 3E 2E nr O O 0 O 0 0 O n