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ALUUQOERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
r&oa eight. rnu.v, MAY 3. IM. I 314 WKTPAILROADAYE. LOCAL AND PERSONAL CANVAS OXFORDS For MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN They are stylish, the are easy on the foot and they weir well. Made with as much care as the most expensive leather shoes; they tit and hold thelr shap If j-'u hive worn them In-fore ou know how satisfactory they are; ami If not give them a trial and we are sure mi will he pleaded. With our specially prepared white or si ay dressing It Is e.isy to keep them neat. Men' iray am a Oxford 4 Women's AVhite Camus Oxford. . . , Women's Gray Canvas Oxfords Children's White Camus Oxfords... $1.-0 .SI. 50 to $2.00 .81.50 to $2.00 . .85 to 91.15 m: i m il umiecast. I-ner. Colo.. May 3. Fair to niuht and Saturday, colder In extreme imiiIi tonight; warmer In north por- GEO. W. HICKOX T. Y. MAYNARO IIICKOX-MAYNARD CO. NEW MEXICO'S LEADING JEWELERS Send in Your Watches for Repairs TUB ARCH rRONT SOUTH SECOND ST. Large Measure Heavy Weight Grocerie , Meats, Poultry, Best Lucca Olive Oil The Champion Grocery Go. MATTEUCCI BROS. 622-624 W. Tijeras Are. Phone SL THE WAGNER HARDWARE CO. Plumbers 1 32 1-323 W.fl.R. Ave. Tinners Alaska Refrigerators iOur Line of Refrigerators is the most complete in the city Water Coolers rxxjyrx-j,. w-y Savin I rgl Ice Pads I JgpH tain Ice I ; Cream I ' j f Freezers J I J Daven- H Filters Just Arrived A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers, Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest EVERITT THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE. Olamoidi. Witau, Jewelry, Cat Glut. Clock. Silverware, our trade as utrmif a SQUARE DEAL.. We lnrlU Tit AIN AltltlVU.S. Nu. 3 3;03 p. m. No. s 8:25 p. m. No. 4 1:55 a. m. No. 1 8:45 p. m. No. 912:30 a. No. " 12:40 a. m. C lianziger, of Las Vegas, had 1us- i ines In the city yesterday. otto Mann left last night for .t. j Louis on a business mission. Mis. A. J. Hoggs, of Mexico City, i Mexico, arrived In the city last night. toe Settle was arrested last night i for being drunk, and was fined $10 In police court this morning. Mrs. J. V. Williams and Mrs. F. Palmer, of Cerrlllos, came to the city last night, stopping; at Sturges. ! ('has. F. Oolst, a member of the visiting Syrian temple, Is an old ! friend of Fred Wernlecke, of this ' city. 1 Victor Culberson, passed through the city this morning from attending : a meeting of the Cattle Sanitary Hoard at Las Vegas. James MeOuinness, of this city, has been appointed s a forest guard and I N assigned to the Manzano national' j forest, district No. 4. Junes P. Stevenson, of Hrooklyn, N. V.. was in the city last night mak ing inquiries for his olu friend. Col. Merger of Helen, formerly of Santa Fc. Louis Margolin, forest assistant of the national forest service, who ha been here for several days, left lat night for the northern part, of the ter ritory. Special saie Saturday at Mrs. Cov erdales' Milliner pallors. 5! ail West Gold avenue. 25 per cent off on all trimmed goods. Freid Weir, forest guard, who had charge of the Mount Taylor and Man zano national forest office here, while Supervisor Harris was out of the city, has returned to his station. Passenger train No. 9, of May due here that night at 11:43 o'clock, arrived in Albuquerque yesterday aft ernoon at 3:30 o'clock, but was an nulled from here to El Paso. Frank Benton, a well known cattle tnan living near Denver, Colo., spent several hours here yesterday, looking over the- city. He went to Denting last night to attend to business Inter ests there. Hugh H. Harris, supervisor of the Mount Taylor and Manzano national forests, who hag been Inspecting the Manzano reserve during the last few- days, returned to his headquarters In this city last night. Tomorrow. Saturday May -till, tlie tuxpa)ers of Albuquerque will vole on me siMi-ial imihu issue for a new city luil I ami Mr. Taxpuycr it Is ii to yon. Any person paying taxes either iimh real or personnt pmHrty is en titled to a vole. See that you vote early and then get out jour neighbor. A special bearing 162 representa tives of the Mecca temple of New York .arrived last night. Frank Don alln Is the potentate and W. S. at- thews, J. E. Miller and W. K. Dun can are the delegates. The soldier special, containing 227 members of the Ninth cavalry, due to puss through here yesterday after noon, did not arrive here until 1:40 o'clock thlH morning. The special was made up of eleven cars. J. A. Broderick. a contractor of Cherryville, Kan., stopped over in Al buquerque last night. Air. Broder ick Is connected with the contracting tlrm of C. H. Sharp & Co., which ha established an ottice here. Charles Stadler. who has been a resident of Albuquerque for some years, left last night on belated No. 4 for Chicago and New York City. In three weeks he will sail for Germanv, the land of his birth, to visit the "Faderland" and enjoy the summer. Tomorrow, Saturday Slay 4tli, the taxpayers of Albuquerque will vote on die sjiecial bond issue for a new city hall anil Mr. Taxpayer it Is up to you. Any person paving taxes either upon real or iiersouul proerty is en titled to a vote. .See that you vote early and then Ret out your nohrlilior. The Raymond-Whitcomb excursion party, composed of eight cars, with nearly 1100 persons aboard, passed through here this morning, en route to Los Angeles and the Pucllic coast. The train was made up at Boston, and its passengers are from all over the New England states. None of the passengers were Shriners. Brig. den. Frederick Funston, U. S. A., passed through Albuquerque yesterday afternoon, on one of the de layed trains, en route to San Fran cisco, where he will assume charge of the division of the Pacific, suc ceeding Lieut. (Jen. Arthur Mac- Arthur, who was retired several day ago. General Funston has been vis iting his parents, ex-Congressnian and Mrs. Funston, at Iola, Kan. Law son D. Lone and Miss Marie Fauth, both stenographers yn the ottice of Territorial Secretary J. W. Itaynolds, were married at Santa Fe yesterday by Very Rev. Anthony Fuorchegu, vicar general of the Cath olic diocese of Santa Fe. The wed ding terminates a romance which be gan In the meeting of the principals soon after the coming together of the thirty-seventh legislature. The bride, who Is an attractive blonde, came here from Chicago, and the groom from Las Cruces, where he had recently graduated from the Col lege of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. They both found employment with Secretary Ilavnolds as a result of the extra requirements of his office. ouring the . legislative session, and as a consequefw-e are now man and wlf". Mr. and Mrs. Ixiwe will remain In Santa Fe, making their home In apartments which 4-hey have rented from Simon Nusbuum. Hon. W. K. Martin, who was chief clerk of the recent legislative coun cil and who Is clerk of the district court at Socorro, passed through the city yesterday en route from the Capital City, where he had been on business, to Socorro. Mr. Martin has the distinction of being perhaps the best posted man In New Mexico on parliamentary law and procedure, of which he has made a study for a number of years. Incidentally it might be mentioned that "Billy. ' as his friends know him, has an almost devilish Ingenuity for originating and springing practical Jokes of all sorts. Inning the recent legislature he kept the lawmakers In a constant state of turmoil by his Jokes. His specialty then was a handsome Jewel case which when opened by pushing a but ton, caused a miniature bomb to ex plode and the victim of that Joke gen erally thought that he had been as sassinated for several minutes after opening that Jewel case. Mr. Martin says that Socorro county Is prosper ous and that the sheep men are now busily engaged with the lambing. .Will Railroad avenue be changed at the meeting of the city council next -Monday night, or will It remain Rail road avenue? This question Is wor rying a number of local business men, who have places of business on the present main thoroughfare of the city. Col. D. K. H. Sellers, the father of the movement to change the name, said this morning that over 70 per cent of the residents of the city were with him. To date the matter of changing the name of the street Is in the hands of the street committee and their report on the matter will be read Monday night. R. C. Clarke, of New York, who has been spending the winter at Sli ver City, is In Albuquerque to remain a few days. Mr. Clarke will be Joined by Mrs. Clarke on Saturday and to gether they will proceed to Colorado Springs. They may spend the sum mer at the Springs. Mr. Clarke 1' an F.Ik and a base ball enthusiast and thinks that Albuquerque would afford a fruitful field for an energetic manager. The First Presbyterian church of Santa Fe has Just chosen a new pas tor ii the person of Rev. J. W. Pur ee!', Ph. I)., of Keyser, W. Va. The call which has just been extended was unanimously decided upon at a meeting of the congregation held at the regular mid-week service on Wed nesday evening. Rev. George F Sevier, former pastor of the church, resigned recently. J. G. Gatcomb, of Lexington, Ky.. who arrived In the city last night with a string of twelve race horses, left with his stock for Llbertyville, 111., this afternoon at 5 o'clock. All day Mr. Gatcomb has been limbering up his racers at Traction park. Among the animals is Ottoman Boy, the fa mous pacer. Mr. Gatcomb stabled his horses at Trimble's. Tomorrow. Saturday May lth, the taxpayers of Albuquerque will vote on the speeial bond Issue for a new city luill and Mr. Taxpayer It is up to you. ny person paying taxes eitiier iiHn real or iiersonul property is en titled to a vote. See that you vote early and then get out your neighbor. Judge McC'lellan, of the Justice court. Is enjoying a visit today from Howard Jones, an old friend from Brooklyn. Mr. Jones is on his way to Los Angeles. He is a Shriner. Mass will be taid Saturday morn ing at the old church of San Felipe de Neri for the spirit of the late Fran cisco Armljo y Otero. All relatives and friends will be welcome. W. P. Price, of Leaksville, N. C, is registered at the Alvarado. Mr. Price Is in the southwest looking for opportunities of investment. Miss Hattie Theo Johnson and Mis--Grace Norcross left last night for Kngle, N. M., where they will spend a few weeks, the guests of friends. WW UHill n mi i ih IH.M porxooooooocoooo fammvmmmmm 8 llinill Aim I-ei-f-ctL 8 niUr.Lr.l1U 8 MEAT m MARKET ,JS Native and I 1 Kansas City ff . Meat llS I Spring Lamb 1 Mmt G Mill OH T P.l V U Hill UlB la i A' (',': Q llll O H tl By i.l 8 I LFP 0 g 3 Copyright 1907 bjr Q Q Hirt SchtToer Mrr HERMAN ZWEIGART l H PROPRIETOR g 1 B Arno & Coal Phone 185 I J O VHHHB Any ma,n who wears one of our Hart Schaff ner & Mar 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 I'ull Dress or Tuxedo suit it is not necessary for you to go to a tailor shop, they are here in the H. S. & M. make and we can save -' - vou $20.00 or more on a sun. SIMON The Railroad Avenue Clothier rXXXXXXXXDOOOCXDOOOCXXOOOO &2 M r. l r r mm t j i I Refrigerators, Garden Hose, Garden Tools OTICI-: TO iONTiaCTOUS. I, the undersigned, will receive pro posals for the erection and comple tion of a jail and a court house build ing to be erected in the town of Gal lup, N. M.. for McKinley county, N. M. A certified check for five hundred dollars will be required to accompany the proposals, to assure the good faith of the bidders. J. L. LADRIERE. Architect, Barnett Building, Albu querque, N. M. All officers and members of com puny G are ordered to report at the armory Sunday morning at 8:30. fo rille practice. Captain B. Ruppe. o Comfortable slippers and Julletes for women. They rest the feet and take the biggest part of drudgery out of your housework. At the same time they look neat and dainty. Prices range from $1.10 to $2.00. C. May's shoe store, 314 west Railroad avenue. Loudon's guaranteed cream at Vann's. o pure ice Spring Cini'i utiir $i.uo to $6.oo ti Suit We Say to You Something new in town. A moderate price for a fit. Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes. The proof. Try on. A pleasure. The Women's Christian Temper ance union will meet at the home of Mrs. Palmer, 200 North High street, tomorrow- afternoon, at 2:30. A good attendance is desired. ' o roit SAI.K SOME MORE mitT CHEAP 1I ItT SPRINGER TRANSFER. CO. 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 & Prewltt, Mana gers, Commercial Club building. SS3 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Copper Ave., Tel. 74 WATER COOLERS HIGH GRADE ENAMELWARE LAWN MOWERS TREE PRUNERS McCormick Harvesters and Mowers None Better xv xv v v VJMBTMIEY COMPANY 0 Wholesale Distributors Acme Steel Mowers, Rakes and Harvesting Machinery Not Made by the Trust 0 Lightest Running, Strongest, Wear Longer, Cost - - - Less for Repairs - - - FULLY WARRANTED rice: Write I"cji- I Albuquerque, Ne Mexico it a. 11 a, ttr. mouttt rmt mtrt dot, 403, North rirut Btrmot Our ROUGH Ultt work aon's hav. to be washed over. Imperial Laun dry Co. WANTED Position as Job composi tor In good oftice. First class man. Don't drink and can give best of references. Man of family. Would prefer to work under contract. Write L. W. Gray, Morgan City, Li. State salary when writing. 1-Olt SALE CHEAP KILLING II(T FOK KILLING. SPUINGEK THANSI Kit CO. FULL DRESS SUITS FOR SALE OR FOR RENT E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY 1 1 9 Wet Gold 1 22 South Second GOLD) SAVE. mm R.R. TICKETS BOUGHT, SOLO AND EXCHANGED Anoclmtloo Of tie Trtatuetlout Guarmnttwo Home Insurance the Best .w i H CANNOT refrain from again saying some thing about Horn In surance. Every time that the proposition presents Itself of the tremendous amount of money that la being sent out of New Mexico and Arizona for life Insurance to eastern cities, the con viction cornea home with lncreaaed 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 haa 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 la gratifying to note that home insurance la 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 m 6 4? 0 0 ALBUQUERQUE, V.AT. cJ3 y EISSSSS2SiP23 1 ROSENFIEl O'S, 1 1 8 W, R. R. kit.