Newspaper Page Text
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CI1IZEN.
r aok T.!Gtrr. movdav, February is, im. OUR SHOES PLEASE THE EYE, THE FOOT AND THE POCKETBOOK FASHIONABLE to the highest degree they have distinguishing marks that raise them alHtve tlio ordinnry and makes them HtamI out eonsplolonsly In comparison with I ho usunl kliKl. Kvery pair Is carefully Inspected to wo that tlicy arc rightly made to fit tlie foot properly and comfortably. Our prices are the very fcest consistent with reliable quality. Men's High Shoes Men's Low Shoes -Women's High Shoes Women's Low Shoes -Women's Slippers -Shoes for Boys and Girl9 $1.75 to $4 00 1,76 to 4.00 1.50 to 5.00 1.50 to 3.50 1.10 to 3.00 1.00 to 2.50 C.N. BRIG HAM 118-I20S. 2nd. Headquarters for Coffee Our Leaders The Celebrated Richelieu Coffees Packages, 25o and 35c per lb. I 2 -lb. tins, 8 Be. , 1 lb. tins. 45c. I 8-lb .tins, $1.00. Capitol Coffee S-lb. bucket. Kith premium, I Golden Gate coffee $1.00. I 1- lb. 2- lb. tins, 40c. tins, 80c. Something unique nothing like It In the city. Built coffee, tic to 40c mnwufr-w! Try can. GEO. W. HICKOX T. Y. MATNARD 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 Avenae L i . i i r j A Rarebit to be TTOp''"7i-:Dnr-lihoullbtr.de in a M'iut:i:.',r, Itowmnu Coating l,ih. Aiu'i.- (...i'' l.o vorryibK' nbuut fire, i :'.y u nwua.auj lu a lew minutes Eannb EGrcsss & Co. V.fis prflnf 1 n tlatnty morsel to resale yoi:r r1-'- lu 's t iat your ciafitttr i iTiIiti with tht imtct.ttnl fjcan.lee Ivory" ciiam clrd fjK-'l puis loutiil only in Man ria t Luwiuuu & Co. Chanug PUlua- FOn 3ALC BY Dish ALBUQUER0UE1 HARDWARE GO. Fourth anijRatlroai Avenae LOCAL AND PERSONAL TRAIN ARRIVALS. No. 3 6 p. m. fj0. i First section, 8 p. in.: ond section, 8:15 p. m. No. 2 3:50 p. m. No. 8 10:25 p. m. No. 4 1 a. m. mm THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE. Diamond, Watchea, Jewdry, Cat Glas. Clocks. Silver your trad and guarantee A SQUARE DEAL. We Invite "Thelma" tonight. T. W. .Seery is here from Helen. E. P. Ortls Is here from Las Vegas. Albert and E. Ktern were In the city yesterday from Las Vegas. Ward Darley and wife, of Raton, are among the guests at lintel Cralge. W. L. Oster, of El Paso, Is among the transient visitors to Albuquerque. Hev. K. McQueen Gray of Carlsbad, N. M., Is spending the week In Albu querque. Henry M. Hanson and Nels J. Hun son are here from their home at Christine, N. D. L. H. Fairies, of El l'aso. is In Al buquerque on a business and pleasurs trip. Mrs. I J. Rummell of 222 West Silver avenue, is quite ill with the la grippe. Simon 'Neustadt, general merchant and postmaster of Los Lui-.as, Is trans acting business In the city today. W. P. Goodwin, of the New Mexi co School of Mines, arrived here last night from Socorro for a brief visit. J. D. Caldwell, formerly with the Globe Store company, has accepted a position with L. 11. Stern at the Lion store. O. H. Moore, secretary of the Albu querque Gas, Electric Light and Pow er company, is in the city from Denver. C. G. Morrison, of Las Vegas, a well known Meadow City business man, Is here on a business mission today. There will be a regular review of Alama No. 1. L. O. T. M., tomorrow, at I. O. O. F. hall, at 2: 30 p. m. Re freshments. The Fraternal Brotherhood meets tonight at Elks' hall. Regular bi monthly meeting and a full attend ance Is desired. Secretary J. W. Raynolds, Mrs, Raynolds and Miss Iluura of Denver came down from Santa Fe yesterday in the secretary's automobile. The ladles of St. John's Guild are requested to meet at the residence of Mrs. B. S. Rodey, Wednesday after noon at 2:30 o'clock, to sew and plan Lenten work. s There will be a stated conclave of Pilgrim Commandery No. 3, Knights Templar, this evening at 7:30. By or der of the eminent commander. J. C. Ferger, secretary. Attorney Chas. W. G. Ward of Las Vegas spent yesterday in the city and went to Santa Fe this morning. Mr. Ward is a member of the Meadow City law firm of Long & Ward. Prof. John H. Crum, of the depart ment of elocution at the University of New Mexico, will deliver his stere- optlcon lecture-recital at the Las Vegas T. M. C. A. tomorrow night Mrs. J. D. Smith and daughter, Mrs. C. Sherman and Mrs. Adam Hanna and daughter, of Adamana Ariz., arrived here last night and will spend a few days in the city. Bishop John Mills Kendrlck of the diocese of New Mexico and Arizona spoke at St. John's Episcopal church yesterday and last evening confirmed a large class. He expects to go to Santa Fe during the week. There will be an important busi ness meeting of the board of man agers of the Woman's club at the new club building tomorrow afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock. All members urged to be present. Mf3. D. H. Cams, secre tary. Col. W A. Harris, the pioneer min ing man of Hlilsboro and Kingston, Sierra county, N. M., Is In the territ orial metropolis on one of his period ical business trips. The colonel says that things are lively In mining in Sierra county. The A. B. C.'s met this afternoon with Miss Madeline Northrup, at her home on Fourth street. The club is thinking seriously of changing their name to the "Dasies." Las Vegas Optic. A few aober minds are won dering if some of Albuquerque's hot air A. B. C.'s are not "dasies." That there is a strong demand for the Albuquerque cantaloupe in tho middle west is evidenced by the fact that Frank M. Barber, a Chicago commission merchant, has written Charles E. Gleckler, of Albuquerque, with a proposal to contract for the entire season's crop of COO acres. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnson of West Tijeras avenue are mourning the death of a very fine maltese cat, which was the victim of a foul bullet. How ever, the shooting Is thought to have been unintentional on the part of the man behind the gun. Some Belgian hares have been eating the bark from doctor Mccormick, liquor habit cured. 623 west railroad ave. trees In the neighborhood In which Mr. Johnson lives and It Is very pos sible that some one mistook the cat for on of theso pests. Ambrose E. McKenale of Denver Is In the city representing the National Manufacturing company of St. Joe, Mo. Mr. McKenzle Is one of the fin est shot gun shots in the American field. He savs that Denver Is arrang ing a shoot that will last five days, at which will bo given away the neat sum of $5,000. Juan Jose Hubbcll, a native, walk ed through a plate glass window in the front of the Golden Rule Dry Goods company's store, on Railroad avenue, Saturday night. He was badly injured by his contact with the glass, which was 7x10 feet, and val ued at $50. Tho circumstance Is re garded as significant of the drawing power of an advertisement. Believe Us We can save you money NOW In the purchase of 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 Flora, Garcia fault teres. Mrs. Flora Gart:a Gultterez died yesterday morning at 11 o'clock at her home, 607 Nicolas avenue, Barel- as. Deceased was in the 33 rd year of her age and was the wife of Abran Gultterez, who Is a machinist In the Santa Fe railroad shops at this point. Beside her husband Mrs. Gultterez leaves two children and numerous rel atives In this vicinity. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock In the church of the Sacred Heart, where high mass will be said by Father Tommasslnl. All friends of the family are invited. Interment In San Jose cemetery will follow the service. Buy a package of our reliable shO'i polishes and see what big Improve ment a shine will make In the looks of your footwear, besides keeping the leather soft and pliable. Tan, choco late, white, or black, 10, 15 and 25c. C. May's Shoe Store, 314 West Rail road avenue. COAL Genuine American block, per ton S6.B0 Cerrlllos Lump $8.80 Anthracite Nnt $8.50 Anthracite mixed $0.00 Anthracite, stove .and .furnace sizes $0.50 Clean Gas Coke $6.00 WOOD. Green Mill Wood, per load .... $2.25 IV. H. HAHN & CO. Both Phones. A fine assortment of Kansas City meat, Including a shipment of choice spiced corned beef, has Just been re ceived and Is on sale at the Highland Meat Market, YOU WILL I IXD IT AT THE MAZE. Buggy Whips from 10c to 75c Heavy team whips 50c Rubber tire go-carts $3.00 Folding lawn seats $1.75 Saddle pads, 45c and 60c Boys' saddles $3.00 Meat grinders. $1.25, $1.50 $1.90 One-man four-foot saw $2.25 Our new stock of garden and flower seeds has arrived. Every package fresh and reliable. THE MAZE. WM. KIEKE, lYopr. TO THE rUBLIC. W, the iindcrMlgncd, have thl.t day sold to tlie Wagner Hardware coin. IMiny tho ittock and good will of the Albuquerque Hardware company, who will collect all accounts due said Albuquerque Hardware company and pay all bills contracted by said com pany. He also, In this connection wish to thank you kindly for tho very liberal putronugc extended to the Al biiquerque Hardware company In the past, and trust you will continue the same courtesy to tho new company. tf. Yours very truly, WHITNEY COMPANY'. Jj J J aj p J J J J J J .J- J J J t J J J J J J J yt t New Shirts $ Our elegant new Spring Line of the Latest Creations in fancy Negligee Shirts is now on display SHIRTS 75c, 1.00, 1.25, 1,50, 1.75 lip to 2.50 1 4 This is the largest line of fine goods in the city. A 4 J glance at them will convince you. J X E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY f - 122 South Second St. r-. 119 West Gold Avenue ? -J. f "f T f l "t "T T T "i1- f" T f T t f l l T f f T t T f "fr T PAY DAY SrECLYL At tho Cash Buyers' Union, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. 17 lbs. of sugar $1.00 Arbuckles Coffee, 2 for 35c 35c M. & J. coffee 25c 75c Ten, green or black 60c 50 lb Bost flour 1.25 1 gal best sugar 46c Cream of Wheat, pkg 15c H. O. Pancake flour, pkg 10c 16c sugar corn 10c 21b. tomatoes , 9c 2 Vi lb tomatoes . 11c 25 pairs of ladles' $2 shoes 1.35 25 pairs of ladles' $1.50 shoes... 85c Men's and boys' suits 1-3 off. Men's and boys' overcoats 1-3 off, Blankets and quilts 20 per cent off. 122 North Second Street. PRIVATE SALE. The furnishings of a five-room house, complete. Practlly new. Jew el range, solid oak dining room suite solid oak bed room suite. Must be sold at once, party leaving town. 416 East Railroad avenue, across from Public Library. o "IF I WERE THE DEVIL" IS THE SUBJECT OF DR. KOUTHERS .ECTURK TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE M. K. CHURCH. ADMISSION 50 CENTS. THIS IS A GREAT LEC TURK. SOUTHERS IS KNOWN AROUND THE WORLD AS AN OR- ATOR. RESOLVED HE AEVER TOLD A LIE" and WE Should all be iThE SmC A SUCCZiSFVL nERCWArir C7WTAfT0R.D TO MlS REPRESENT WD A CCESSTVL viERCHANT POLS NOT71I S RE PRESENT Lcarnard & Lindemann, Established 1900 206 W. Gold Aveane I aBaaValaBBnaBMBl WtKHntKBKBnnB0HKtBBinm' 1 Vv, II w I Y II A i m'4$rmm The firm of Lommorl & Matteuccl corner Seventh and Tijeras, will here after be known as .THE .-. CHAMPION GROCERY CO. Our new telephone number Is 61. COTTSI.HT t. or Tlie greatest thing George Washington ever did was to tell hi father tliat he cut down the cherry tree. Ho set a good example. It Is easy to tell tho truth when telling tho truth will do you no harm. But are there not many who tell falsehoods for Immediate benefit rather than tlie truth? Is the man who tells you that ho will sell yon n suit worth S20.00 for $10.00 telling tho truth? If it is worth $20.00 why does he ask only $1 0.00 We mark our goods In plain figures and sell you a $10.00 suit for $10.00, and cnare you S20.00 for a $20.00 suit. Would you not rather do business tills way? The Railroad Avenue Clothier Ladles of the G. A. R., John A. Logan circle No. 1, will give a card party on Saturday evening at Odd Fellows' hall. Admission 25 cents, Including refreshments. IT HAS I1EEN OUR POLICY To hold each year our annual sale of used and slightly used pianos, Owing to extensive interior improve ments now under way in our store, we will quote our special sale prices on all pianos in stock. Our stock consists of the most complete line of high grade pianos ever shown in this city and, we can truly add. In the great southwest. If Interested, call or write today. LEARNARD & LINDEMANN, 206 West Gold Avenue. J-l O N E Y 10 lbs. Nice Extracted Honey for $1.00. Order by PoBtal. W. P. Allen, Box 202, Albuquerque. List your property with Live Men Crawford & Jones 110 South Second St. TICKETS BOUGHT. SOLO AND EXCHANGED Attotlallen Off lot TnataotloBi Cuaraattio ROSENFIEID'S, 1 18 W. R. R. Ave. R.R. SOCIAL DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT COLOMBO HALL DANCING SCHOOL 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Coppar Ave, Stoves and Steel Ranges HARDWARE and RANCH SUPPLIES Wagon Covers, Sheep Shears, Dipping Tanks, TIN SHOP In Rear of Store Harness, Horse Blankets, Saddles. o WMafmEY GOSVJIPAMY Q Wholesale and Retail: . HARDWARE ' 0 Iron Pipe, Pumps, Valves, Fittings Steam and Water SuppliesHose and Belting. Stoves, Ranges and Granite Iron Ware. 0 Bar Iron. SteeL Wapon Wood Stock. Blacksmith Suoolies. r ' o J Jr Mah Orders Solicited ssssesssessse f 13, t te,1 IT. mouth' rirat mtrmat 4oi, 403, North rirat Btroot Albuquerque, New, Mexico 3E Home Insurance the Best WE CANNOT refrain from again saying 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 insurance to eastern, cities, the con viction comes home with Increased force .that a home company ought to be patronized and the money remain in the West. The revelations of the past year of the way the enormous surplus of the big Eastern companies has been handled and speculated with ought to emphasize the fact that 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 can If 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 cf New Mexico and Arizona is owned and controlled by the leading business men of the two terri tories, and offers exceptional opportunities to ambitious and capable men and women to sell Its policies. Address Home Office, Occidental Life Insurance Company ALBUQUERQUE, N. AT. I II Admission 50c ladies Free 2C he a