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2LLBUQDERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
PAGE EIGHT. MONDAY, JANUARY 11 JMf. Shoes For The Family Shoes for Babies and Girls, Young Men, Young Women and older folks. There are special factories for making each kind and it is our business to know where good shoes are made It is because we are careful and experienced buyers that we are able to offer you the best goods for the leait money. There is a difference between cheap and low cost shoes. We never sell cheap, trashy Shoes, but we touch your pocketbook lightly and serve your feet well. Shoes for Men from Shoes for Women from -Shoes for Boys from Shoes for Girls from Shoes for Babies from - $1.25 to $4.00 5151.50 to $5.00 $1.25 to $2.25 $1.00 to $2.50 50 to 1.35 Largest Line of Candy in the City C. N. BRIGHAM Successor to 4 F. F. Trotter CONFECTIONERY SUGAR GEO. W. 1IICKOX . . i T. T. MAYNARTJ HICKOX-MAYNARD CO. NEW MEXICO'S LEADING JEWELERS Send in Your Watches for Repairs THE ARCH FRONT SOUTH SECOND ST. ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE GO. Fourth and Railroad Avenue A Rarebit to beproprrlypreparalhould be made in a Manni-iy , Bowman Chafing DUh. Arrays. ca'.y, no worrying about nrctt. S -jply a uiaUU, and in a few minutes the Banning, Bowman & Co. Chafing Dish has produced a dainty morael to regal your guets. lie our to are that your chafing ilish it supplied with tha patented acamleas "Irarr" eled food pan found only in Man mils', llowman At Co. Chafing Diauca. FOX CALK S)Y ALBUQUEROUE HARDWARE GO. Fourth and Railroad Arenae ETEB ITT THE LrOCALi AND PERSONAL No. 283 I Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE Diamonds, Watches, Jewslry. Cit Olaas. Clock. Silverware, w. m-m jour trtd and guarantee A SQUARE DEAL. A. Stand came down from Ills homo lit Hanta Fe yesterday. Tniiltiht I" ladle night tit the rol ler xkiifliiK rink. Indies admitted free. Mr. mill Mri. Ii. O. Wllmin return oil mi Saturday from a protracted lslt lo Petiver. S. V. Smith anil wife imil George W. l'refuntaliie anil wife lire here from Sim Francisco. ' M. Wlshrun. who spent Sunday w lih hlx friend here returned to his j home lit llerniillllo Inst night. J. Frank Komero mid Mrs. Ho- niero are vlnitlng Albuquerque. They 'are resident" of Honierovllle, N. M. , Hubert Martin, the Sierra county stock raiser, was a visitor, here yes- terday from his headquarters at Cuchlllo. ! H. J. Stone departs tomorrow, for I Santa Fe and Kstancla In the Inter j est of the Iearnard & Llndemanit music house. I Mrs. Nelll H. Field, of this city, l a visitor In New York city. She Is accompanied by Miss Ttose, a nle'ro from Tennessee. A. W. McDermott, the well known traveling salesman who has been In town for several days left this morn ing for Las Vegas. Mrs. Amy Cruise, of Kansas City, who hus been spending several day Lwlth Mrs. M. W. Flournoy, returned to her home on Saturday. ('. A. Kicker, of Los Angeles, Is here culling upon the trade with a new brand of fertilizer which he is selling over the territory. Walker Healey, superintendent of construction for Grant Brothers' Con struction company on the Helen cut off spent Sunday In this city. Mr. and Mrs. John Sllva, of 305 North Hroadway are rejoicing In the birth of a twelve pound boy who made his debut yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Romero, wife of Dr. F. C Komero, who has been making a vis it of several days at Kstancla, re turned to this city on Saturday even ing. The family of T. C. De Shon.'presi dent of the Albuquerque Carriage company, arrived here Inst night from flallup and will make their home at 1 14 South Edith street. Charles C. Lotspeich, who repre sents the Pulmoline treatment for tuberculosis returned here yesterday He has been on a visit to the head quarters of the company at Knox vllle, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. And run, wh have been visiting with the latter parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Flour noy, during the past few months, left last week for their home at Orovllh Cal. Montaque Stevens, who was here he pnt ,two weeks visiting i Mrs Stevens and son, left last night for his ranch In Socorro county. He will be ubsent about a month or six weeks. F. O. Ilartlett, u well known cltl zen of Socorro, came In from the south this morning and left a few- hours later on the flyer for San Diego Cal., where he owns !. ru-: real es tate. Miss Anita Becker, of Belen, arrived here this morning from her home for a visit with friends. Miss Becker is a duughter of John Becker, one of the cut-off city's representative clti lens and town builders. William Farr, of this city, closed a deal last Saturday whereby he pui chased from H. L. Newman, of E Paso, 1,200 head of stock euttl- which he will ship next week to Im perial valley, California. Charles Chess, of Mitchell, Intl.. is here with his brother, Howard Chess who is III at 124 South Edith street Mr. Chess came to Albuquerque up on receipt of a message announcing the serious illness of his brother. It. W. Hadden, the mining man started last evening on an extended trip through New Mexico mining camps. Before returning he will visit Magdalena, the Mogollon district Silver City and Cananea, Mexico. Jus. McOuirk, representing Good hue, Studley & Emory, has returned to his headquarters here from business trip to Roswell. Mr. Me- Guirk represents one of the largest wool buying concerns of New York. Prof. J. E. Clark, assistant ter ritorial school superintendent, was a passenger yesterday morning for Santa Fe. His successor Is the local public school superintendent. Prof. Sterling Is expected to arrive In Albu querque Thursday of this week. W. H. Burbage, mayor of Wlnslow, Ariz., and president of the Navajo County bank, arrived in this city on Saturduy. The mayor came here Ij meet his daughter, who had been vis lting In the east, and returnee, with her to their home on Saturday nitfht. J. C. Gelger, wife and daughter nfl Freeport, 111.; are among the DR. C. II. CONNOR OSTF.OP.VT1I. Rooms 3 and 4, N. T. Arniijo building X4 i 4 r f -f r4"r r-r 20 Per Gent. Discount- 20 Per Gent. Discount Semi-Annnual Clearance Sale 1 i.InoJdr clear our counters of all heavy, weights we offer our 2 entire stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcokte fhluM anrt blacks reserved) at 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT. ( 4. MEN'S SHIRTS Monarch and Wilson's Celebrated Shirts, broken lines only - aOc Cluetts Fine Shirts, broken lines only-your choice - - $1.25 STUDY OUR WINDOWS DO NOT DELAY. A DOLLAR MADE IS A DOLLAR SAVED E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY tourists visitors ; to Albuquerque. They arrived here Saturday' and will depart this afternoon. Mrs. Oelger Is enthusiastic about Albuquerque. She declares the Duke City Is the best city In the southwest. T. S. Poole, superintendent of the gas department of the Albuquerque (la A Electnc Ijlgrit company, has resigned his position and will depart for Los Angeles Sunday. Mr. Poole will be succeeded by a gentleman from North Dakota. Mrs. o. J. Duran. who has been living with the family of Dr. D. C. I.ebbe in the Highlands, will leave shortly for Doming, where she will Join her husband who Is connected with the Crescent Lumber company of that place. They expect to'reside permanently In Doming. ' ' Miss Gladys Llewellyn, daughter r.i Major W. 11. II, Llewellyn, United States attorney for New Mexico, ar rived In Santa Fe from Ias Cruce-; and will remain here for sever;.! months, as the guest of hot brother and his wife. Surveyor General M. O. Llewellyn and Mrs. Llewellyn. Charles Bruno, a member of the Learnard & Llndemnnh ! Juvenile band, lies 111 of a spinal affection at St. Joseph's hospital. The youthful musicians remembered their 111 com rade with a huge bunch of roses yesterday. The young man has not missed a single practice since the band was organized over six months ago. J. A. Welninann. of the' Golden Rule Dry Goods company, leaves to morrow evening for New York, ac companied by Mrs. Welnmann. Mr. Welnmann goes to New York to buy goods, and will be absent from the city 'a. couple of months Alfred Grunsfeld leaves for New York to morrow evening for the same pur pose. Testimony is being taken today Bt Gallup in the case of Maynard Gun- sul and others against the Pacific Improvement Co. and Gregory Page. Harry P. (men, appointed by Judge Abbott, Is taking the testimony. The case is one wherein Page Is charged with the violation of a contract. At torney E. W. Dobson accompanied Mr. Owen to the Carbon City to ap pear as attorney for the defendants. The Kansas City Scenic company will make good for the poor work one of Its artists did two years ago on the drop curtain at the Elks' opera house, by replacing the old one with a new one. The new one will -be de signed the same as the one now In use, having the Ben Hur chariot -av picture, but It is hoped that the pro portions will be more regular. In the present picture one of the four horses has a neck and head larger than Its body. . The Elks' Lease Holding company has also requested that the draperies be less prominent In the new picture than In the old. Harvey T. Pachin, son of Dr. F. J. Focln of 207 Korth HJgh street and well known here In musical cir cles was on the Golden State limited out of Er Paso over the Rock Island roud on Friday afternoon. The train was delayed In leaving El Paso on account of which It escaped a wreck In an open switch near Torrance. Train No. 3d also late, reached the switch ahead of them nt about the time the Golden State limited was due at that point, as a result of which it was wrecked with serious loss of life as elsewhere reported in The Evening Citizen. Mrs. Patchln today received a letter from her son written frbin ' El Paso in which he calls attention 'to his narrow escape, and states that it was the custom of the Golden State to pass over that spot at the rate of seventy miles an hour. Mr. Patchin will receive the congratulations of his many friends on his fortunate escape. hoys U U V . BOOMF.RANGS A V It F. N II A M "S r Women's Felt Julietes with fur trimming, black, red, green or brown They have extra flexible leather soles and are the most comfortable slip pers for housewear. Price only J1.25 and 11.50. at C. May's Shoe Store. 314 West Railroad avenue. The game between the Las Vegas girls the University girls will be of unusual Interest. It has been two years since an outside girls' team has played In Albuquerque. The pub lic will no doubt be greatly pleased with the game, for the Las Vegas girls in their last game with the Uni versity, demonstrated their ability to put up n good, first class game of basket ball. This time they are con fident of success and the basket ball loving publtq of Albuquerque will have ii chance to see one of the most exciting games of the season. NOW IS T1IF. T1MF. FOR THE F.G; HARVEST TO BEGIN. SE LECT YOUR FEED FROM THIS LIST. RESULTS WILL HE ASTON ISHING: l'RATTS lOl l.TRY FOOD WILBUR'S POULTRY ITM)!). IN TERNATIONAL POULTRY FOOD, IHH'LTRY PANACEA. GRANULAT ED CH ARCOAL. CRUSH Ell OY STER -SHELL. CLAM SHELL GRIT, MICA CRYSTAL GRIT. Believe Us We can save you money NOW In the purchase of a Piano We do It right. ROUGH DRV. Im perial Laundry Co. o SELLING OUT ItELOVV COST. All our men'a and boys' overcoats and suits, all underwear, quilts, wool and cotton blankets uud shoes, at the Cash Buyers' Union, 122 North Sec ond street. Special bargains today. If you want good, substantial, home-made bread, get it from the New Home Bakery. RANCH EGGS. For fresh eggs, one or two days old Vhone Black 102. J. T. Harger. 12th. street and Mountain road, FEE'S HOT CHOCOLATE, WAL TON'S ORUO STORE. HONEY 10 lbs. Nice Extracted Honey for 11.00. Order by Postal. W. P. Allen, Box 203, Albuquerque. TODAY We Carry the Largest' Stock of New Pianos Ever Shown in This Territory. SECOND HAND Pianos at your own prices almost. SEE US betore you buy Do It Today Learnard & Lindemann, Established 1900 206 W. Oold Avcane COAL Gviiulne American block, per ton S.M Cewlllos Lump $6.60 AntJiracito Nnt $8.50 Anthracite mixed $9.00 Anthracite, stove .and .furnace 89.50 Clean Gas Coke , $6.00 WOOD. Green Mill Wood, per load. .. .$2.25 W. H. HAHN & CO. Both Phones. NO SHORTAGE OF GAS COKE. CLEAN, SATISFACTORY, ECONO MICAL, EXCELLENT FOR OPEN GRATES, $0. PER TON. W. H. ILAIIN CO. ii ' ! I" RESOLVED Tu AT CMPA. Ii MAT TUP Si - -"WW OMLY THING THAT FALLS THIS T. ME OF THE YEAR OUR PRICES ARE COMING Down on .some of ovfc- VERY BEST VALUES. WE D0MT WANTjJWY LEFT- for v ntM.1. m-tl 0"it 5.H0W T(C YE.S, OUR. PRICED HAVE FALLEN BUT THEY HAVE NOT FALLEN ON .SHIPPED IN "FAKE" STVrr. THEY HAVE FALLEN ON WHAT WE HAVE LEFT OF THE REGULAR. LlNE-5 OF GOOD MERCHANDISE. STUDY THOSE GREEN TAGS 'Ml The Railroad A venue Clothier. 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Cpppw A ve. Stoves and Steel Ranges HARDWARE and RANCH SUPPLIES Wagon Covers, Sheep Shears, Dipping Tanks, TIN SHOP In Rear of Store PSBPSBHSSBHSJBBBBBBaaBBa Harness, Horse Blankets, Saddles. 5 Wholesale and Rot.1 : HARDWARE Iron Pipe. Pumps, Valves, Fittings-Steam and Water SuppliesHose and Belting Stoves, Ranges and Granite Iron Ware, Bar Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Stock, Blacksmith Supplies. Mailorders Solicited 113. lie. 117. Ooutf rirtt mtrmmt 401, 403. North rirtt tr0t Albuquerque, NelMexlco 8 8 R.R. TICKETS BOUGHT. SOLD AND EXCHANGED Autelatloa Off lot Transactions Cuaranlaao ROSENFIEID'S, 118 W. R. R. Ave. SOCIAL DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT VAl TH COLOMBO HALL DANCING SCHOOL Home Insurance the Best WH CANNOT refrain from again Baying: something about Home In surance. Every time that the proposition presents Itself of the tremendous amount of money that Is being sent out of New Mexico and Arizona for life liiBurance to eastern cities, the con viction comes home with increased force that a home company ought to be patronized and the money remain lit the West. The revelations of tha past year of the way the enormous surplus of the big Eastern companies has been handled and speculated with ought to emphasize the fact mat the people of the West should stop pouring their money into Eastern channels when It can be placed in home Insurance, and every dollar of It kept and Invested at home. It is gratifying to note that home insurance is year by year receiving more and more Its Just deserts. Statistics show that during the past year home companies far exceeded foreign companies In the amount of busi ness written. Why cannot this same record be made here? It C9 i it every individual who takes out a policy the coming year will carefully weigh the proposition of the value it is to keep his insurance at home be fore he puts his name to the application of any insurance company. The Occidental Life Insurance Company of New Mexico and Arizona is owned and controlled by the leading business men of the iwj terri tories, and offers exceptional opportunities to ambitious and capable men and women to sell Its policies. I Address Home Office, Occidental Life Insurance Company ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. TTTTTTTTTTTtttf tf ttH' Ad missis. SOc Ladies Free 1