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r&oa eight. TJH asDAV. MAV 2. 107. I t " r ..r -- f4 1 . . Li Tv fri' V, V t LOCAL AND PERSONAL Corns and Bunions Cured By a Sure Method Ill-Fitting Shoes are a Source of Woe When They are Big it is Friction When They are Small it is Pinching Our shoe, on account of their ix-rlVct fitting qualities, never abuse the feet. They give relief: give It too without Hnerince of style. In fact, they are a combination of comfort and beauty that It will pay you to Investigate. Men's Shoe $2.00 to Sl.00 Men Oxford 1.85 to 1.00 Women's Shoe 1.75 to 5.00 Women's Oxford s 1.50 to 3.50 Children's Shoes and Oxfords 1.00 to 2.50 C. N. ERICH AM 118-120 S. 2nd. Headquarters for Coffee Our Leaders The Celebrated RichelieujjCoffees Packages, 25s and lie per lb. I 2-lb. tins, 86e. I 1 lb. tins, 483. S-lb .tins, 11.00. Capitol Coffee I -lb. bucket, with premium, $1.00. Golden Gate coffee- 1- lb. tins, 40c. 2- lb. tins, 80c. Something unique nothing like It In Uie city. Bulk coffee, 20c to 40c Try Large Measure Heavy Weight Groceries, Meats, Poultry, Best Lucca Olive Oil The Champion Grocery Go. MATTETJCCT BROS. 622-621 W. Tijcras Are. Phone IL THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO. Plumbers 321-323 W.R.R. Ave. Tinners Alaska Refrigerators SOur Line of Refrig erators is the most complete in the city Water Coolers m-- , Savin 1 Kf)fei! i White ifeilwi i Moun-' ; fv Cream j v gS ! Freezers j sj Jil"-1' "j I I Daven- ttsssJ Water " Filters I Just Arrived A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers, Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest ram THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE. Dlmed, WatckM, Jewelry, Cit Olsas, Clocks. 8llerwra We turtle yomr trad and guaraste A SQUARE DEAL. weathek forecast. Denver. Colo.. May 2. Generally fiiir tonight nnd Friday, except rain or snow in northeast portion tonight. C. M. Fleming, of Window, stopped oxer iii Albuquerque last nlglit. 1'. I. Sanchez, a resident of Valen cia county. 1 In the rlty. visiting friends. Irf-vl Hughes, territorial treasurer, with offices at Santa Fe Is In the city. W. H. Dickin, of Gallup, arrived In the city list njglit on a business trip. C. F. Spndi-r. county commissioner of Sandoval county, arrived here last night. Prof. C V.. Hodgin, of the univer sity, entertained the Ten linns last evening. F. E. Harcourt and J. O. Fleck, two business men of Ottawa, Kansas, are In the city today. Chas. Helnken, of the John Hecke. company, of Belen, was an Albuquer que visitor yesterday. Col. W. S. Hopewell returned home last night from a business trip to Santa Fe. Prof. W. 11 Decker, of the Gallup public schools, was a visitor In the metropolis yesterday. A. W. McDermint. a traveling man I mm Pueblo, Colo., stopped over here last night on a little business trip. George F. Arnold, of Chicago, Is In the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kelley, Las Vegas manager for Cross, Kelley & Co. C. J. Spellmler, manager of th? Mabbett Mercantile company, of Wlnslow, and Mrs. Spellmler, are In the city visiting friends. A. B. Bonham. S. B. Brown, J. E. Damm, A. E. Manuel, J. H. Styker and W. J. Beasley, of Raton, were In Albuquerque last night. M. H. Whitson. auditor for Swift & Co., hendquarters at Chicago, ar rived In the city last night and Is a guest of Mr. Comstock, the local agent. H. W. Kelly, manager for Gross. Kelly & Co., of Las Vegas, arrived here last night to look after some of his local Interest, and to assist the local Shrlners In making the visitors welcome. To handle the Shriner specials the Santa Fe has brought here a number of train crews from the coast divis ion at Wlnslow. Among them are the crews of Conductors Cain, Plnney, Mulholland and Durea. Rev. John W. Barren, erstwhile pastor of the Congregational church, expects to leave this evening on an exte.ided Journey east. Rev. Barron will make his headquarters at Otta wa. 111., while absent from Xew Mex ico. Sheriff Harry Coddington, of Mo Klnley county, with offices at Gallup, arrived In the city last night on a business trip. He was accompanied by Gregory Page, proprietor of the Page Hotel, Gallup, and O. N. Bealey. also a resident of Gallup. "Oh, papa, buy me some of those peanutty things!' 'exclaimed a little six-year-old daughter of a Shiiner of the Pittsburg delegation, when she spied a squaw at the station with ti stock of plnon nuts for sale. The plnon nut Is distinctly a product of the west. The regular communication of Temple lodge No. 6, A. F. & A. M., will not be held this evening, on ac count of the reception to the Shrln pvi. All brothers are requested to be at the station to meet trains. By or. der of the worth master. J. C. Fer ger, secretary. J. G. Gatcomb, of Lexington, Ky., who has been wintering a string of harness horses in Los Angeles, will rest his stock a day or two at Trim ble's livery stable In Albuquerque, be fore proceeding to the grand circuit. Gatcomb's racers are trotters and pacers. He Is taking the horses through by express. "Say. all this talk of Harry K. Thaw being troubled with "dementia Americana," should be changed to 'tralna Americana,' " said Depot Master Felds last night. Continuing, he said: "All I have seen or heard talked about during the last two days is trains, special trains, freight trains, and trains. In fact, I will be dreaming of them, and seeing them In my sleep, if this string of trains keeps on coming." At the home of the bride's parents, at 716 South Arno street, George D. Hammond and Miss Edna Manning were united in matrimony. A brother of the groom. Rev. H. B. Hammond performed the ceremony. Only a small company of .'tt'ves of the young couple were Invited to the wedding. Mr. Hamv.'ond Is a well known carpenter In Albuquerque and the bride has lived here the greater part of her life. The happy pair will shortly occupy a new home uu Xorth High street. NATIONAL BANK OFF1CEKS GO IX JAIL, Chicago, May 2. Charles S. Thorn. ton and . William W. Baker, formerly teller and bookkeeper, respectively, in the Hamilton National bank of this city, today pleaded guilty to embez zlement of 11,000 from the bank. Thornton was sentenced to five years In the government prison at Fort Leavenworth, and Baker to five yeara in the house of correction. fok SALE SOME Mom: DIKT CHEAP DIKT SPRINGEK TKAN.sFEK CO. BOY THOUGHT DEAD TO Kidnapped by Showman. Lit tle James Ewart Is Kept Away From Home a Year. Pittsburg. May i. After a mysteri ous absence of a year, the greater part of which time he has been held a prisoner on a farm several miles south of PItcairn. James Ewart, the 13-year-old son of Policeman Ren wick Ewart. was restored to his parents last week. The parents were over Joyed. The story of a circus man spiriting the lad away from his home was told February 15, at which time a sys tematic search was begun for him. Thousands f circulars were sent broadcast throughout the country. Late at night the boy was picked up by the McKeesport police. He told a sad story of abuse at the hands f a farmer, who had not permitted him to communicate with the outside world nor even to read a newspaper. Policeman Ewart was notified, and he went to McKeesport. At the Kwart home, at Perm avenue and Fisk street. there was no sleep throughout the night. It was late when Policeman Ewart returned with his son. James missed his younger sister, who has died since he was away. Young Ewart was spirited away by a showman last April. His father frequently followed the circus dis guised as a tramp in the hope of finding the boy. but each trip failed All that time the boy, according to his story, was practically held In bondage. Just as the father had about given up in despair and Mrs. Ewart's condi tion had become serious as the result if the boy's continued absence, word was, received that he had been found. FUNNY POSTAL CARD COST MISSOURI Federal Grand Jury Finds True Bill on Hog Picture Evidence. Kansas City, Mo.. May 2. Roy Mitchell, a young photographer of Liberty, Mo., sent a fancy postcard to a man he did not like. The post card contained a picture of a hog, and lines printed thereon were de signed to make the picture applicable to the addressee. The young man was Indicted by the federal grand Jury. He pleaded guilty to mailing the card in the L nlted States district court this morning, but offered as a defense that the imputation contained on the card could be proved. Here is a striking illustration of the popular misconception of the statute," said Judge Philips.. "It seems to be the popular Idea that If tue matter contained on a postal card Is true then there is no offense. The statute Is on a higher plane than that. It contemplates that postal cards shall not be used for the grat ification of spite or contain any mat ter of a scurrilous nature. Every clerk and employee about the postof- nce might read such cards and if there were women clerks they would be dead sure to read them. The court said the card might have been sent under cover of an envelope without violation of any law. "The next time iJheu you desire to express your opinion of a man put it In an envelope, said the Judge to Mitchell. A tine of $23 and costs was im posed. The costs win run the amount up to $50 or JtiO. Mitchell said to the court that he Is a graduate of W il liani Jewell college. MEAT MARKET g Native and jj Kansas City jj 8 Meat jj Spring Lamb I HERMAN ZWEIGART I 8 PROPRIETOR 8 H Arno & Coal Phone 185 8 rxooocxooooooooooooooooooo Per icctlv Di'citrsocl Any man who wears one of our Hart Schaff ner & Marx Tuxedo or full dress suits will get that kind of a verdict "Perfectly Dressed." Ready here for you, all wool, correct in style and fit. If you are in need of a Full Dress or Tuxedo suit it is not necessary for vou to rro to a AMf0:: taiIor shop' they are : I fin? I make and we can save you $2o.oo or more on 1 immm I Sir 1 JZM a suit. Copyright 1907 by Hart Schatfher if Mux The Railroad Avenue Clothier O) AA .A O K& Between trauroaa ana coppr Mve., rer. v I Refrigerators, Gat den Hose, Garden Tools The spcclul election for a iHtml Is sue to erect a new city hall i- to he held oil Mil) 4. Kvery patriotic voter 111 tlio city 01 Albuquerque who lias the intcrcMt of the city at heart, should not fall to turn out and get to the Mlls early. Ai.lU'Ol'KKQt K NF.EIIS A CITY HALL AM) NKKOS II ItAOLV. It is up to you, Mr. irter! o WANTED Good men, with clean records, as agents for the Colorado National Life Assurance Company. Liberal contracts and good terri tory in New Mexico and Arizona open. Prewitt & Prewitt, Mana gers, Commercial Club building. MAV 4 THAT IS THE DATE OF THE SPECIAL FLECTION IN THIS MTV foii lONl ISSI F VOU A NEW CITY HALL. UEMEMItEU THE DATE! an Spring Underwear $ 1 .00 to $6,00 a Suit Look in Our Windows Those are ready-to-wear clothes. Look closely. They fit with style that is uncom mon. That is not there by accident They will fit you the same way. We can prove it. Come in and try on and ask how much. A pleasure. A fine line of Boys' Suits Youths Suits $3.00 to $7.50 $8.00 to $18.00 E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY 119 West Cold PS 1 1 122 South Second VS : a Our UOl'GH PUT work don's have to be washed over. Imperial Laun dry Co. 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Coppw Ave., Tel. 74 WATER COOLERS HIGH GRADE ENAMELWARE LAWN MOWERS TREE PRUNERS McCormick Harvesters and Mowers None Better SS3S 0 o Wholesale Distributors Acme Steel Mowers, Rakes and Harvesting Machinery Not Made by the Trust Lightest Running. Strongest, Wear Longer, Cost - - - Less for Repairs - - - FULLY WARRANTED O O Write it a. its, ttr. mouth rirut rrc 40I, 403. North rirat trm0t Prices Albuquerque, New, Mexico DON'T MMtGET Til T THE MOST I M lOKTANT 1H TV YOU HAVE TO PF.lt FOUM THIS MONTH IS TO VOTE FOK A 111 IM) ISSt'K EOlt THAT NEW CITY' II ALL. THE FLECTION WILL HE HELD MAV 4TII. c WANTED Position as Job composi tor In good office. First class man. Don't drink and can give best of references. Man of family. ould prefer to work under contract. Write L. W. Gray. Morgan City, La. state salary when writing. ItHt SALE CHEAP FILLING 1HKT FOIt FILLING. SPUING Fit TKANSFF.ll CO. von: nm the hond issit. FOK A NEW CITY II ALL AND HELP MAKE ALIH'gi EKQCE A GMD PLACE TO l,IF. IN. Jli GOLD) AVE, mom R.R. TICKETS BOUGHT. SOLO AND EXCHANGED Association Off let . , Trsnsaottoa Home Insurance the Best .w B CANNOT refrain from again saying something about Home In surance. Every time that the proposition presents Itself of tha tremendous amount of money that Is being sent out of New Mexico and Arliona 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 It gratifying to not 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 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, N.M. m 0 o 0 o O o 0 O Cuaraotooo ROSESFIEIO'S. IIBW. R.R. An. 2C