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agh Kroirr. I UIIY. AI'ltM. It, im;. 7? 1 i 1 QUALITY COUNTS "Phe man who buys our shoes keeps buy- ing them He recognizes the value of quality and finds entire satisfaction in every pair of these shoes And even more he has the added advantage ot getting the latest in style and best in fit Men's Patent Colt Shoes 53.50 $3.75 $4.00 Men's Patent Colt Oxfords 3.00 3.50 4.00 Men's Vici Kid Shoes 2.50 3.00 3.50 Men's Vici Kid Oxfords 2.25 2.50 3.00 Men's Box Calf Shoes 2.25 2.50 3.00 Men's Tan Calf Oxfords 2.50 3.50 Men's Canvas Shoes and Oxfords 1.50 C. N. BRIGHAM 118-120 S. 2nd. Headquarters for Coffee Our Leaders The Celebrated Richelieu Coffees Package. !6c and tie per lb. I t-lb. tins, 860. 1 Ik. tins. 46c. I -H .Una, $1.0. Capitol Coffee lb. bucket, with premium. Golden Gate coffee 1 a i-iu. tins, ivu. Something unique Bulk coffee, SOo to 40c 1-lb. 2-lb. tins, 80c. -nothing like It In the city. Try GEO. W. HICKOX T. Y. MAYNARD HICKOX-AUYNARD CO. NEW MEXICO'S LEADING JEWELERS Send in Your Watches for Repairs THE ARCH FRONT SOCTH SECOND ST. THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO. Plumbers 32 1-323 W. R.R.Avs. Tinners ..Alaska Refrigerators Our Line of Refrig erators Is the most complete in the city "Water Coolers Savin Ice Pads White Ice Cream Freezers Water Filters Just Arrived Anew supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers, Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest . ram THE LOCAL AND PERSONAL w katiikk voicecast. deliver. Colo.. April 12. Ccm-rally f.ilr tonight mid riittiirilny; colder In north :uid extreme south portions tonight. Tlll AKKIVAKH. Tltl AKKIVM.H. o. 1 11:30 p. ni. No. P 1 n. ni. No. N 1 : f5 a. in No. 4 2:2ft n. in. arrived H Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE 'lyijr- Smith, of Silver City ill the city last tilght. I. Sanders of Trlnldiul. arrived In Alhunuerque last night on business, Wild Went Show at Traction Turk Sunday nftornoon. Admission DO cents C. W. Hlnchcllffe. of Tucson. Ari zona, was ii guest at the Alvarado last night. Frank lioyd. connected with the Santa Fe lit Lii Junta. stopped over here last night. C. K. Crandell. of Mansfield came to Albuquerque last night to spend few day here. Miss Mae Kidney, of Helen, N. M.. came to the city this morning to visit friends and do shopping. See Kill Wessfall throw steers with hi teeth ul Traction Park Sunday afternoon. Admission CO cents. The Amerlcon Lumber Company Hand has been engaged to furnish music for the Wild West Show at Traction Park Sunday nfternoon. Ad mission DO cents. Nava Iguaclo, u blacksmith, who was arrested about 10 o'clock last night fur being drunk, pleaded guilty before Police Judge Craig In police court this morning and was tlned which he could not pay, so was placed on the street gang. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Itarron enter tained a few friends at dinner tonight in honor of Rev. David Ueuton. of Chicago, III., who is giving a course of lectures In the Congregational church. Rev. liarron and Dr. lieaton are old friends, both having served the dame churches In South Dakota and Illinois. The Ceronlmo'H, one of the popular athletic clubs of the city, met a ltvans' tailor shop last night and completed arrangements for a ball game with the Rarelas team Sunday afternoon on the Harelus grounds. The oflicers of the club are organlz lug a fife and drum corps, composed of eighteen fifes and three snure drums and one bass drum. Frank Storts, manager of Traction nark, said this morning that there would be no free concert at the Ca sino on Sunday, owing to the serviced of the American Lumber company band having been engaged for the wild west show, which holds forth at the park that day. However, the free concerts will be continued week from next Sunday as they hav In the past. According to reports received In this city, two convicts meployed on the Scenic highway near Las Vegas sue ceeded In eluding the guards last Sun day and escaped from the camp. On of the men had but one more month to sei i e. The Scenic highway Is noi completed to half a mile above Trou Springs, and the recent pleasnn weather has made work possible every day. Carter H. Harrison, ex-mayor Chicago, and brother, William Harrison, are In the city. They ar rived from Santa Fe today on th California limited, and took quarters at the Alvarado. The Harrisons have been on a pleasure trip to the clilt dwellings on the upper Rio Grande, thirty miles from Santa Ke. The ex mayor of Chicago said that his busl ness here was purely one of pleasure There Is at least one cafe In th city that Is prepared to serve meal In private and first-class style, an that is the Santa Fe restaurant. Cozy well furnished room, electric fans, tables In best linen, silver and china and service none better. Moreover, you have the satisfaction of knowln that you can dine with a lady there without laying yourself open to sua piclon. Unfortunately, there Is on one private room, to secure which Is necessary to send in your reque several days ahead of time. Songs such as "Home, Swe Home," and "My Old Kentucky Home, sung by six strong-lunged but sweet-voiced negroes, who passed inrougn the city last night on tral No. 1. attracted considerable attention at the depot. One of the darkles had an accordeon, which he played with great vigor, while the rest ot the band lent their voices to th music, and those with southern blood In their veins who were fortunate enough to hear, had their minds sen back to the land of the cotton and corn. W. M. Shattock, traveling passen ger agent at Denver for the Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern, and H. H. Shepherd, traveling passenger agent at the name place for the Chicago & Alton, stopped over In Albuquerque last night, while en route to El Paso, Texas, and Chihuahua, Mexico. Both men declared that they would se cure quite a bit of business from New Mexico, Colorado, California, Arizona and' the adjoining states to the exposition to be opened at James town, Va., this month, In talking about the exposition, Mr. Shepherd said that the Santa Fe would carry i the people to Kansas City, the Chlca igo & Alton to St. Louis and the Hal I limore & Ohio Southwestern to Wash J Ington, and a boat to the fair, at the j low rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip. DR. BEATON WILL TALK TO UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ir. David Kenton, university lcc- un-r of Chicago, will give an extri lecture on Mondnv night. April 15, nt o clock, In the university cnnpei. This lecture is Intended specially for nchers and parents um.I others In- crested In the newer Ideas about duration, both in the day school and he Sunday school. A special Invita tion has been given and is extended to the teachers of the public schools and the .Sunday school teachers of he various churches. The subject is ealt with In an entirely unsectarlan manner and Is of vital consequence to all Interested In the welfare of the you ng. In addition to this subject Dr. Ken ton will by special request give n hort talk on the masterpieces of Kngllsh poetry and give some read ings. This is of special Interest to high school and university students and lovers of good literature. Those who heard Dr. Iteaton s address to the high school will be Interested to enrn of this opportunity to hear Jiim read and lecture upon this fitseinatltM heme. The leeiures are free to all and an offering will be taken (it the close. Dutooadt WV.ctei, Jewelry, Ct Ilas. Corn. !!ierir We intl ror trade na cutrtui A SQUARE OEAL., TRES HERMANOS MINES REOPENED A corporation has Just been formed or the purpose of working the Tres lermanos mines near Oolden. Santa Fe county, recently purchased by Al bert P. Hunter, of Philadelphia, Pa. The stock of the company, It Is said, will be mostly owned by Ijas Vegas people, which Is a practical guarantee of the productiveness of the mine. The Tres llermanos property has been known to local parties for many years during most of which period the mines have not been worked on ac count of the low price of silver and air. The great advance In the mar ket quotations on these metals which has prevailed In the last few montns. however, makes the property com mercially available and Mr. Hunter expects within the next sixty days to be shipping ore to the nearby smel ters at a good profit. The officers ot the new company are: President Albert 1'. Hunter. Vice President T. V. Hayward. Secretary W. E. Oortner. Treasurer John Shank. D. C. Winters. A. D. Higglns and Koht. L. M. Ross are also directors. r MEAT MARKET H VT 4itrA am J O 2 iiauvc emu p Kansas City 8 Meat I I Spring Lamb I I HERMAN ZWEIGART 1 1 " 8 PROPRIETOR 8 I Arno & Coal . Phone 1 85 S H MWMngiJiasvww wiiav m, Kjsasnasar sa LATEST ARRIVALSII mutmmm mmmammmfmmmmmeLmMmtmmmmmmatmmmmmmmm I We linve Just opened op xcvcrnl line of new Spring goods which wo want to call your nttcntlon. Wo have re'lTed more of throw f anions Hart-Schaf f ner & Marx Suits In tlie new fduules of grey, inn anil fancy mixtures. Bex oo ivirth for tlx- money $20 to $28 John B. Stetson Hats The new Stetson Derby$4.00 The new Telescope Soft Hat $4.00 W. L. Douglas Shoes not iiecewwy to praise Uiein. Everybody Know the are tHe Ktnmlard of Ok world. Hanan & Son's Fine Shoes Sold from the Atlantic to- the I'nclfie to flic 1Ksi trade. We sHI nt eastern price Monarch and Cluett Shirts All tho novelties of the season, new designs ami' fabrics, pmpmlar prices. The Railroad Avenue Clothier C)OOOOOC)OOCX0CXXX3OOO(Xx0OCx3O0 02 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Copper Ave., Tel. 7 ' White and gray canvas Oxfords for women, low or high heels, dainty tyles, perfect fitters, splendid wear ers; prices ll.r.ll and J2.00. C. May's Hhoe .Store, 314 West Railroad ave-1 nue. S.VTCHIVW SI'IX'IAL. At the Cah Buyers' Cnlon. Fresh, large pkg Force 10? H. O. Ruckwheat Flour, pkg.... 10c Live Oak Grapes, Plums and Ap ricots, Z cans Rartlet Pears, lb 15c Rest Apricots, lb ... 20c Orange City Rusks, pkg 10c Rig line of Hhoes and Oxfords ' In white, tan, patent leather and vici, at reduced prices. Ladles VesUs Co and 10c, all sizes. Spring Underwear for men, 25c and 00c the gnrmeut. -. See Bill Wessfall throw steers with his teeth at Traction Park Sunday afternoon. Admission 50 cents. STOVES, RANGES, ENAMELED KITCHEN WARE. K0STLAN WASHING MACHINES SADDLERY - - HARNESS AGENTS rOR Celebrated Diamond Edge Tools and Cutlery John Deere Plows and Implements McCormick Mowers and Repairs Winona Wagons LADIES, ATTENTION! Mr. Joseph Morelll, direct from Xew York city, has arrived here and will hereafter be employed in my tailor hop. Mr. Morelll is an ex pert on LAD IKS' TAILOR MADE SUITS. Suits of any style and de scription mado to order at reason able prices, and perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Also men's suits made to order. Cleaning, pressing and re. pairing neatly done. A. J. MOREUil, 103 X. rirst St. Wild West Show at Traction Park Sunday afternoon. Admission 50 cents 45 Wholesale Distributors Acme Steel Mowers, Rakes and Harvesting Machinery Not Made by the Trust TIIK IlKillliANH MK.VT MAIIKKT IS TIIK ONLY MAKKirr IX TOWN THAT HAS ;OT SPUINtJ LAM US. ALL THOSi: WHO PKSIItK SPUING LA M Tl FOK SITNPAY, PLKASE ITT I IN YOUR ORDERS KAULY. Ti:i.. 185. o SATURDAY'S fcPKCIAL SALE. EVERYTHING M-'A'ESSAKY Til A Kl KMT-CLASS MEAL IN ONE STOKE. 3. V. VALMEIt, I'lKST AND MAIMjUUTTK. I'nderwear for Stout Men With Short Arms ami Legs. Suits fek $18 We Say The man who values a fit, we want him. We have what he wants. STEIN-BLOCH Clothes with style in them. The proof is the trying on. A pleasure. Suits $18 to $30 3& 1W We Also Have Other Good Suits From SIO to S16.S0 E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY 3 cans of 10c grade of Sardines.. 2 cans of 15c grade of Sardines. . 12 c grade of Pumpkin Fie Peurs, 2 cans for California Grapes 7 bars of one of the best Laun dry Soups on the market 1 bottle of Pickles, 1 bottle of Chow-Chow and 1 bottle of Chill Sauce drape Nuts, per pkg 12 He grade of Oat Flakes 2 cans of Clams 4 pounds of Soda Cruckers t gallon of' Syrup See us for Hammocks nd Cro Sets. 2aC 25c 10" 25c Lightest Running, Strongest, Wear Longer, Cost - - - Less for Repairs - - - v- FULLY WARRANTED Write I-cji- Prices 'W.teWt.-'PM'l'.tZr" Albuquerque. Ne Mexico J0 IOC 10c 2 Tic 25c 40c llct THE MAZE. UM, K1I.KE, I'ropr. The Amerlcon Lumber Company Hand has been engaged to furnlsn music for the Wild West Show at Traction Park Sunday afternoon. Ad mission 60 cents. o Breed your mare to the best trot ting stallion in New Mexico. S19 Copper avenue. R.R. TICKETS BOUGHT. SOLD AND EXCHANGED Aitoclatlon Offlot Transactions Cuaraatato ROSENFIEl D'S. 1 18 W. R. R. Ave. Have you any musical in trnmnfr iViat nda rpnAir? Iking it or ship it to Learnard & Lindsmann largest music dealers In the south west who have engaged the services of H. K Spencer expert repairman, formerly of the STUOBEU FACTORY, Chicago, III. Tuning 411.1 RuflnUUing a specialty. 2C Home Insurance the Best WE CANNOT refrain from again saying something about Home ln aurance. Every time that the proposition presents Itself of the tremendous amount of money that Im beinr 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 revelatione 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 lnrested 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 7 It caa 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 of New Mexico and Arizona ii 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 it policies. Address Home Office, Occidental Life Insurance Company ALBUQUERQUE. N. AT. o 119 West Gold 122 South Second jj i0 W. GOLD AVE. ALUUQtKItgUK, NEW WMEXICO 3C