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PAGE EIGHT. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. LOCAL. AND PERSONAL KATIIKK ItlltlXASI. PLEASING SHOE STYLES There is real satisfaction in buying: our Shoes and Ox fords. You get the style, the character, the fit and quality that make it such a pleasure to wear them. Iiinvci'. Colo. cli iilv with rri 1 11 In I . I' T r I vi tonight mill April lft Partly north flinl Saturday. iu will HihI jit.-t wind yon mnnl In mr IM' spring IIim ami n - Hie limp to mnkc your whTtlmtM. Men's l.itlil Mux- Men's Oxford Wonwn'.n l.lRlit SIiim-h Women' lm Shoe . Children'. l.lBhl Shoe 'Children's lunv Shoes. .92.00 lo ft. on . 1.75 lo 4.00 . .1.65 to 5.00 $l.r.O to 3.50 . 1.25 to 2.50 . 1.00 to 2.40 tki iti:i i N'.i I On time Nil T On time Ni. 9 On time No. 8 7:30 p. in. No. 4 -ll-.Rit p. m is In the N of for C. N. BRICHAM 118-120 S. 2nd. Headquarters for Coffee Our Leaders The Celebrated Richelieu Coffees Packages, 2Sc and JSC per lb. I 2-lb. Uns, 8 So. 1 IV tins. 4Sc. I 3-lb .tins. St. 00. Capitol Coffee l-lb. bucket, with premium. Golden tilt. 1- lb. 2- lb. Something unique nothing like It Bulk coffee, 20c to 40o. Gate coffee- tins, 40c. tins, 80c. In the city. Try several to her GEO. W. HICKOX T. Y. MAYNARO H1CK0X-AUYNARD CO. NEW MEXICO'S LEADING JEWELERS Send in Your Watches for Repairs THE ARCH FRONT SOUTH SECOND ST. THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO. 11. S. SUlwell. of S;nta l city today. John Vntnoii. of Alamogordo, M. is In Albuquerque on business. F. A. Manaanab. of l.as Vegas, if" in tin' city on business. (JeOlgc F. WllSOH. Of 1.IIS ClUCCS, spent lust night in the elty. Ulshnp Kendrlck Is holding convo cation services fit Houglns. Arizona. Mrs. W. H. Chllders has gone to Favwood Hot Springs on n pleasure trip. Mrs. S. H. Nichols, of Kl Paso, ar rived hen- this morning niid is nt tlie Alva rado. Mr. and Mrs. 11. 1'.. Kay are enjoy In n visit from. Mis. J. K. Mead I liner, Mich. P. S. Woodruff and family, from San Marclal. are in Albuo.tierqiii a short stay. Mrs. P.essie Illalock. of Galveston, Texas, who has been here for days on business, returned home this morning. Frank K. Sherfey. of Indianapolis who has been unending the winter months in A Ibuuuerunc. lias returned to his Indiana home. J. Stein, superintendent of the Hnrvev houses, and stationed at l.ns Vegas, left for that place this morn in nr. after Inspecting the Alvarado. Uov Corhan got one of the three hits inade by l'ueblo in the Lincoln Itame Wednesday. He also made one nut-out and throe assists, without an error. Probate Clerk Walker Issued the following marriage licenses yesterday Kiluardo Herrera. age 24 unci lJon nnrla Lopez, age 24, both of Carnel X. M. R. .1. Siinford. president of the Kansas Citv. Missouri, union depot who has been In Albuquerque several da vs. with Mrs. Sanfnrd. left for the east last night. Kalnli Glaze, who played ball here with Trinidad two years ago, is play ing with the Itoston Americans till season. He held Washington down three hits In Wednesday u game. There will be a regular meeting of Adah Chapter. No. d, o. K. S. lie freshmenls will be served. All mem bers urgently requested to be pres ent. By order of worthy matron. Hugh H. Harris, supervisor of the Mount Taylor and Manzano national forests, is In Santa Fe, according to the New Mexican. He will be there several days on official business. II. I Antone, of I.os Angeles, ar rived here last night from Kl Paso and Old Mexico, where he went sev eral months ago to inspect the mining properties of Graham and company, mine owners. J.' W. Hubbs, relief agent for the TTarvev eating houses, recently in charge of a house at Merced, spent yesterday In the city and to Lamy last night to manager of the Harvey Plumbers 1321-323 W.R.R.Ave.l 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 to upervlsors The motto was. "Honor iby father and thy mother." Sev- ral members of th boys' band kind ly furnished delightful music during the serving of be cream arid cake. "Well, George, we hnvc another lean docket." remarked Thomas Mc- Milieu, thief of police, to George ralg, police Judge, this morning, as the latter entered the police court 'ooin. Continuing Chief McMlllln said rbls Is eeitalnlv the dullest month that the police department has ever xpcrlcnced. We usually pick up lrunk or two, but nary a one. All I iy Is Unit Albuquerque Is getting good." The windows at the Marvev Indian inn Mexican building are Kept o lean, that a good many iieixms are led to believe that the window are open. This morning a stranger while looking at a collection of spoons, sud- leniy leaned over and expectorated a Idg gob of tobacco Juice upon a large window. "Well say." said the stranger C. A. Wright and . Tripp, in charge thought that window was open." With that he proceeded to clean the splotches on the window with a big bandanna handkerchief. The strang er was from Arkansas. Reports received this week from the fruit ranches along the Itlo I Grande are to the effect that the re cent cold snap did not do any-great amount of damage, contrary to the first Impression of fruit growers. The fact that the entire fruit crop of I Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and other states will be a failure as the result of the severe snow, sleet and rain storm of recent date makes the out look for New Mexico fruit growers and dealers very bright. The prices of fruit are likely to be much higher I during the coming season than in years past and the market will be better than the supply. It is an ill wind that blows nobody good, and the fruit growers of New Mexico whose orchards have thus far es caped the cold are feeling prosper ous already. "Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Grady and soiis.Koberl and Maris, left this aft ernoon for Albuquerque, N. M., where they will live. The Gradys left Kan sas on the advice of physicians, who say that Mrs. Grady's health will be benefited by the change." The fore going Item was taken from the Km- poria Gazette. William Allen White' Kansas paper, nnd announces the ad- ditlon to Albuquerque musical cir cles of Prof. M. C Grady, one of the best known and most popular band leaders In the state of Kansas. He resigned positions as musical director of two bauds at Km poria the Second regiment band and the "Kid" band. a wonder in the line of boy musicians. known all over that state In order to bring his wife lo the land of sun shine. Professor Grady was also musical director at the Kansas Slate normal, the largest Institution of its kind In thfe United States, located at I Km poria, and was formerly musical director of the Presbyterian collegu In Kansas and other educational in stitutions. Professor Grady will not undertake musical work at present, although since ills arrival in Albu querque Wednesday night he has had several flattering offers. He expects to locate permanently in this city. We are especially' well prepared (a supply the wants of young men in the way of nobby suits at reason able prices. Young Men's 3 Piece Suits all the New Fabrics, Single or Dou ble Breasted Including the H. S. & M. Make $l2-$22.50 Young Men's Two Piece Suits in Blue Serge or Light Colored Materials. $8""$I2 Cal.. went relieve the house there. Women's house slippers, light me dium or heavy soles, low heels, soft uppers, narrow, round or wide toes with or without straps. Comfortable, neat, well wearing. Prices range from $1 to $2. C. May's shoe store. West Uailroafl fwenue. TOO I, ATE TO CLASSIC!'. KOK SALK See II. H. -First-class saddle liors'-. Wllhite, Alvarado hotel. X K i I e mum nun o h f rnn irniiiin mrn ic miim mill q in .lju liiu vininii' iuilm iiiwiibiiiiw u j-ier run iiiiiimii mru is unv 2 1 rcrt I uii iuuiiu iiilh IU P4L.ni sJB W JX g MuRkTT m wry. ic iiimiiL.i o b i yy a 8 - 3 A LTL B o n Y A.Wb J'J e si v -v p; i Q l I I - 11-11 : LIU 5 Native and S Kansas l.itv fill I I, ft I M . , I Spring Lamb SJtT ' c Cll II I 111 85 u u ) 8 HERMAN 'ZWEIGART 81 y y PROPRIETOR 1 IC a rnn fi, Cnal Phnna IRti 81 rjniiiuusuuui i uw 11 m rvwinrYvrifVYrmfrmYyTinrn kf J I r) 1 A. I I CD J w. u y ir 1 1 m u sw xr-u r-u IFM iiii rvl HA 3. I See our line of Boy's Washable Suits, sizes 3 9 years in White and Colored Goods. $1.50 to $3.50 in Russian and Blouse Styles. Don't Forget that we sell Hart Shaffner & Marx Suits The Railroad Avenue Clothier & RSI A (UJlEl 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Copper Aw., Tel. 74 Hardware Rfilerclhiamilts STOVES, RANGES, ENAMELED KITCHEN WARE, KOSTLAN WASHING MACHINES SADDLERY HARNESS AGENTS FOR SATI'ltDAVS SPIX IAI. SAI.i:. Just Arrived A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers, Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest 3HHianBiaBaamBsniiarannn I. EMIT! THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE. DUmandi, WteM, Jw:.-y, Ct UlMt. Clock, ailtfr yotr UJ Q (carsLte A SQUARE DEAL. It. Ptevens, a local boy, now with ilio rcl Paso nnd Southwestern, at El Paso, arrived in Albuquerque (thisj mornln. He visited his parents sev eral hours and left on passenger No. 2 for Kansas City on official busi ness. James Carter. representing the News and Times of Denver, is in the j city In the Interest of the two papers he represents. He is a pleasant gen tleman, full of energy and tact, and no doubt will secure many patrons for his papers. Special communication of Temple lodge No. 6, A. F. & A. M.. Saturday evening, at 7:80 o'clock, for work in the F. C. and M. M. degrees. AHer work a banquet will be served. By order of the W. M. J. ('. Ferger, secretary. Capt. John F. Fullerton, who ar rived from Socorro this morning, say. that the people of the Gem City cele brated the removal of Governor 11. J llagerman and the appointment of Captain George Curly with a great Jollitlcation. P. Golding and wife, of Kansas Citv. Missouri, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. .V. Wright j for several days went to Kl Paso this morning, where they will w itness the hull light at Juarez Sunday. Heturu ing here, they will proceed to Grand Canyon und California. Antonio Galllgos was arrested this morning by Constable Garcia, upon a warrant sworn out by Carlo Maru go, who charged C.alligos with ob taining money for labor to be per formed. The defendant was given his liberty by Justice of the Peace MeCiellan. upon giving bond to per form the work contracted to be com pleted by him. Dr. F. A. Jones, the mining en gineer, returned this morning from attending to otUcial business at Hos well. Ho savs that Roswell was in readiness w lien he left for the en tertuinment of the Panhandle cattle mens convention, una mat a lar- number of out of town people were expected. The doctor was abaenl from the city ten days. "Parents' day" was observed at ill First ward school Thursday, April IS It was in the form of a reception from the pupils and teacheis to lh nareiits. the superintendent and the U cans of pie peaches 2"c Large cans of cream OMc 2 cans of clams 2uc 12 hie can of jam 10c Postum Cereal 20c California tomjitoes 10c Vermicelli, per pkg 08c Pop corn, tier pkg Oiie Gallon can of syrup 40c 4 lbs of soda cracki-rs 2"ic 1(1 lb can of iiest lard $1.25 1 lb of Walter Makers Cocoa.... 4.".c Cream of Wheat Kic Tapioca, per pkg One rt cans of Deviled Ham 2rc Wm. TIIK MAZK. RlflKF, Proprietor. o t'lltST CLASS HAY, STKAW. ClttlV AMI CHOPPED FKK.D. AT .1. F. PAI,Mi:U'S, 11UST AMI MAI! yci-niK. . I.. Trimble i Co. will run an excursion to Silva's place in Tijera.-i canyon, Sunday, for $1, round trip. The wagon will leave the Second Street barn at 7 a. m. Wagons will leave canyon returning at fi o'clock p. in. tro' 219 Itreed your mare to the best ting stallion in New Mexico Copper avenue. IT IS NICK TO M AKKKT WIIK1J voc can ;kt kvkuvthim; voi: N K.K1 AT ONK I'LACK. TKV J. K. PALMKK'S. KIKST AXI MAU- tjl'l'l'l I - I Mining lessons Friday evenings at Mcintosh hall in the Woman's club building. Gold avenue, between Fifth and Sixtli ttreels. Commencing April Jtitli. o For Sale Merry-go-round. W. V Futrelle. m rintiiiitti l! tits f j.oo to j We say to you 3 Li Buy 'em to fit. Get style, too. Shop, shop here with us. We've the proof. Of what? Good clothes. Stein-Bloch's. Suits $18.00 to $30.00. Other good suits $9 to $16.50 Celebrated Diamond Edge Tools and Cutlery John Deere Plows and Implements McCormick Mowers and Repairs - - Winona Wagons (9 0 0 m Wholesale Distributors o o Acme Steel Mowers, Rakes and Harvesting Machinery Not Made by the Trust Lightest Running, Strongest, Wear Longer, Cost - - - Less for Repairs - - - FULLY WARRANTED Write Fur xrwv in INJlNWWW X sX9 III v , III X. 'ZilX. S II I GOLD) AVE. n -I s Albuquerque,. Ne Mexico $13, lis. 117. moutn rift Btromt dot, doa. North rirmt atramt TICKETS B0U6HT. SOLO AMD EXCHANGED Aneelatloa Offlct Trsotsetloas Curanl90o ROSENFIEID'S, 1 18 W, R. R. Ave. R.R 1 E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY 119 West Gold 122 South Second Have you any musical in strument that needi repairs? ISring it or ship it to Learnard & Lindemann Largest music dealers In the south west whu have engaged the services of H. K Spencer export repairman, formerly of the STP.OHKU FACTO ItY. Chicago, III. Tun i:!! m l p.-flntshlnu sp-i.,tv. Jou W. tiOI.U AVI.. IMU'OCKKQCK. M-W WMIXUO 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 Aritona 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 Weid. 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 cmi 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 hereT It can 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 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, tJ. A7. r-irin'ii i ngCTrp.y; tv-T ?'"T si' r -frj?',rTvS 0 0 0 0 0 'A n Saa&aaJaaaAwdaM