ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
rniD.w, MAY SI, HH)T.
Tltoy IhI long rnongli to
coiMinco llii'lr wearer tliat
buying llirni warn a good in
vrotmrnt. llldt' (U'liionMlratlitff tliH
fiui, tliey furnish nt tlie mine
time a comfortable fcHing.
11m i-a-K- lliojr Rive without the
KiHTifioe of stylo Is where tlicy
never full to give tliemwlvew a
good roooiuniomlatlon. When
our hhoew are once worn their
use Imtohios continuous.
DIRTY CATTLE ARE
BARRED BY PACKERS
Men's Patent Colt Shoe ami Oxfords $S.OO to $1.00
Men's Vlci KM Shoe anil Oxfords 2.50 to 3.50
Men's Ilox Calf Shoes and Oxfords 2.00 to 3.50
Women's Iatent KI1 Shoes and Oxfords 2.50 to 5.00
Women's XU4 Kid Shoes and Oxfords , 1.75 to 3.50
Women's t'anvas Shoes and Oxfords 1.50 to 2.25
Sliocn and Oxfords for lloys and Girl 1.00 to 2.50
oeo. W. HICKOX
r. Y. MA YNARD
We Are Displaying
r Just Now, a Very Choice Assortment of Pickard's
Hand Painted China
Also Some Specially New Designs in Cut Glass
The HICKOX-MAYNARD CO.
NEW MEXICO'S LEADING JEWELERS
Tha Arch Pront South Second St.
BENNETT'S CURIO STORE
109 North Plrat St.
All Kinds of Indian and Uaxlean Goods. Tha Chaapasl
Plaea ta buy Navajo Blankats and Maxlean Drawn Work
Mali Order Carefully and Promptly rilled.
The J. ti. O'RIELLY DRUG CO.
The busiest drug store between Denver and Los Angeles. We have
recently refitted our ice cream department and can now accommodate
fifty people at a sitting. The best of everything in our line.
AN ELEGANT LINE Or LIBBEY'S
shhllimmt cur olabv
H. E. Fox. Secretary and Manager.
THE WAGNER HARDWARE CO.
Plumbers 32 1-323 W.R. R.Ave. Tinners
erators is the
in the city
IVnver. Colo., May 31. ltnera!1y
fnlr ti)nlht and Saturday; rising
A. J. Frank, of Algodones, Is lu the
city on business.
L.. Pollard, (if Kepiniohi, visited
this city yesterday.
Marino F. Wena, of Santa Fe, Is In
the city on business.
A. H. Henehnn and wife, of Santa
Fe, were In the cliy yesterday.
F. L. Klttely, of this city, was a
visitor at Santa Fe yesterday.
Julius Stnab, who has been to El
Paso on business, returned to this city
John ' Pettltt went to Kl Paso last
nlKht to accept a position with a
shoe firm there.
Mrs. James Stlllman and Mrs. Chas
Day. of Aleilo. III., ure the guest of
friends lu this city.
Attorney O. N". Marron has returned
from Santa Fe, where he spent yes
terday on business.
Warren (Iraham was among the
Albuqueniue citizens who visited the
Capital City yesterday.
James Halliday, of the superintend
ent's ntflce on the ISurlington railroad
I at Mccook, Neb., is in the city.
Judge Nesbltt and Mr. Woodward
! two well known residents of Estancla,
; are in the city today visiting friend..
j Mr. Hamlin, a business man of
' Deming. N. M.. passed through the
city this morning, en route to tin
Mrs. U. U. Stern and son, who have
i been visiting with Mrs. Stern's par
ents in Socorro, have returned to the
Judge A. L. Kendall, postmaster of
Cerrlllos, visited Albuquerque yester
day on his way home from a visit to
E. J. Kankln, of ftiis city, who has
i been up In the San Juan valley on
business, returned to Albuqueniue
' last night.
N. E. Stevens, of this city, left yes
teriiay for Pecos City, where he w II
. assist In the institution of a new Od
! Fellows' lodge.
Louis C. Becker, cashier of the
I First National bank of Helen, return
I ed home last night after a short vlsi
Solomon O. Baca, the wealthy
sheep man of San Antonio, who ha
been here since yesterday on business,
: will return home tonight.
Prof. H. F. Asplund, of the Unlver
sity of New Mexico faculty, was i
Santa Fe yesterday on business con
' neeted with that institution.
' Prof. P. A. Marcellno, the well
known music Instructor of San An
tonio. arrived in Albuquerque thi
morning. He is here on business.
John Woodward, of Club's Landing,
British Columbia, Is lu this city on
: business. He contemplates making
I Albuquerque his future home.
Dr. John H. ITaynes. who has
j otllces In the X. T. Armijo building,
1 returned lust night from the San
i Juan valley, where he has been on
S. Tolle. a young man from Kox
bury, Kan., who has been spending
the winter In California and New
Mexico, passed through the city this
morning on train No. 2, en route
J. E. Clark, territorial superintend
ent of public instruction, visited this
city yesterday. He was en route for
Santa Fe after a trip to Silver City,
where he made an address at tha
graduating exercises of the Silver
City normal school.
James Schmidt, of Lawton, Okla.,
is In the city. Ho was formerly ex
tensively engaged in gold prospecting
In the Wichita mountains in western
Oklahoma, and after a visltl In Cali
fornia, for which place he will leave
tonight, he will return to Albuquerque
to Investigate the Manzano mountain
J. Sedlllo, the well known mining
expert, will start tonight for Hills
boro. where he will take full charge
of the San Antonio gold mine owned
by Elfego Baca, attorney, of this city.
This ' mine Is located near the fa
mous rich Bonanza and Snake gold
mines. Extensive developments will
be begun at once on the San Antonio
Farmers Must Keep Their
Pens Clean or Their Stock
Won't be Purchased.
Chicago. May 31. The executive
committee of the American Meat
Packers' association, whose member
ship embraces 275 slaughter houses
In twenty-seven states, met here to-
lay and adopted a resolution asking
all Inspected slaughter houses to buy
cows and other animals subject to
post-mortem examination by the
L'nited States government.
The claim is made that diseased
cows come from dirty farms nnd that
the farmers responsible will clean up
ami take measures to keep disease
ut of their herds when they find that
the market for diseased animals is
WILIER S. CHEESMAN
DEAD IN DENVER
Whs Identified With Many of the
largest KntorprLsew in
Denver. Colo.. May 31. Walter S
Cheesman, president of the Denver
I nlon Water company, and one of
the foremost capitalists and citizen
of Denver, died unexpectedly at 3:35
this morning. He suffered a stroke
f paralysis last Wednesday, but his
death was not anticipated by his phy
sicians or friends.
Mr. Cheesman was born In Hemp
steii Harbor, Long Island. June 27
1138, and came to Denver In 1860
establishing himself in the drug
He since had been Identified with
many of the largest enterprises In
Colorado ami had accumulated grea
wealth, being the largest owner of
real estate In the business district or
.1. F. PUiMKlV
FIKKT AMI M MtOl'KTTK,
KVKKVTHIXi Ft Ml TIIK TAIU.K
l HKST OlAUTY AMI BKS
A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton
and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers,
Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest
The boarding house of Miss Lizzie
Westerfeld, ut CI I South Broadway,
has decided to suspend during the
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOIl SALE Twenty lots on New
York avenue; 33,600. A. Montoya,
215 West tjold avenue.
Diamond. Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass. Clocks, Silverware,
your trade and guarantee A SQCAKE DEAL.
i .1. 1'. PALM Fit.
j l'lltST AM) .MAItOl'KTTK.
EVKItYTlllXt; FOU TIIF TAIU.K
I IN HKST OI AI.1TY AMI HKST
SATIKDAY'S SPECIAL SALE.
Diadem Butter, per pound 30c
2 lbs. fresh (linger Snaps 13c
2 cans of Corn 13c
1 bottle Chow-Chow, 1 bottle of
Catsup and 1 bottle of Pickles. 25c
2 pkgs. of Cold Water Starch... 15c
12 '.-jc grade of Jam 10c
2 cans of California Grapes.... 25c
23c can of Baking Powder 20c
(irape-Nuts, per pkg 10(
Buckwheat Flour, per pkg 10'
Large cans of Milk 0i
3 cans of 10c grade of Sardines. 25c
VM. HIKKE, lror.
Grand combination furniture sale
Wednesday afternoon, June 5th, 1:3
o'clock sharp, at new Raynold
building, west Central avenue. Mrs.
K. W. S. Negus and Mrs. Carl Gill
man .both well known residents of
the city, will dispose of their hand
some furniture at auction. No sick
ness In either family; goods need n
recommendation. Sale consists 1
part of Charter Oak range, gas range,
linoleum, laundry stove, two rerrlg
erators, two kitchen cabinets, tables,
utensils, dishes, two dining room
suits, two sideboards, china closet
bookcase, round table, base burner
two chiffoniers, mahogany dresser
and dressing table, brass beds, fold
lng bed. library table, solid rosewood
sofa. Inlaid mahogany table and desk,
blrdseve maple dresser, washstanus
and dressers. $400 upright piano in
actual use about a year, Morris chair,
serving table, carpets and rugs, sani
tary couch, hair and Ostermoor mat
tresses, rockers, chairs In fact.
enough to satisfy the most fastidious.
See goods Tuesday before sale.
H. S. K.MGHT, Auctioneer.
8 Native and 8
8 Meat 8
p Spring Lamb
8 HERMAN ZWEIGART I
H PROPRIETOR S
Arno & Coal Phone 185 jj
Arno & Coal Phono 185
The Cheap Clothing
Hobby is a Bad One
If you want your thin
summer suit to hold its
shape and color, if you
o""v want no kick to come in the
end, see that yout suit is of "all wool" and from a reputable
Such Suits are reasonable at $15.00 to $25.00.
He will soon learn, who experiments with shoddy
clothing, that it is not satisfactory.
Men are learning every day that the betterkind of
clothing is the most economical in the long run.
One of the Joys of Spring-Low Shoes, Tan or Black
We want to call your attention
to our Shoe Department. We sell
the two most popular lines in the
United States. Our Hanan and
Douglas brands both prize winners
in their class
Prices $3.50 to $6.50
We have just opened up some
beautiful new things in Low Cuts.
Call and Sao
OJ Ail Ail l1' la J t In' Vil Ol II lll(rilZ I
U iU Xr-a v rj ua u i ew
115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET &
Between Railroad and Coppar Ave., Tel. 74
Refrigerators, Garden Hose, Garden Tools s
J. V. PALM Kit,
HltST M MAKVI FTTK.
i;VKKYTIIIX; FIMt TI1K T.VIU.K
l HKST VVAUTV AND HKST
Hunter's Wagon Yard
200 N. BROADWAY
We buy and sell horses, buggies,
and everything In live stock and ve
FANCY DRY GOODS
Stumping Done to Order.
Man rials for
Mrs, M. C Wilson 224 W, Gold
G. H, Games
The Central Avenue Optician
114 Central Avenue
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Mm. A. II. Meyer, 016 South Third
M "WaJtovt-r Shoes Make the Feet Ci,."
The Beat Medium Priced Trousers on the Market
O U R G IT A R A X T E K
You may buy a pair of Dutchess Trousers and wear them
two months. For every suspender button that comes off we
will pay you Ten Cents. If they rip at the waist band we will
pay you Fifty Cents.
If they rip in the seat or elsewhere, we will pay you OnO Dol
lar or Give You a New Pair.
E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY
fjf 119 West Gold 122 South Second
424 NORTH SECOND ST.
GlELITZt lie TAILOR
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
N. T. Armijo Building. Room 7.
Supplies Finishing for Amateurs,
loan KoJdka free.
On the Corner
The Leading Stationer.
121 R. R. Ave.
M I I T T P I C 1 "V
Nev.- Line Just Received
MISS C P. CRANE
S 12 North Second Street
McCor inick Harvesters and Mowers
Sweetbreads Beef Tenderloins
Brains Pork Tenderloins
BUY MERRITT'S J CREAMERY BUTTER
5k Just what you
! Just what you
3? The Season's Newest
?g and Latest.
$ &e Ideal hoe f;
Is the nlflr.fi for fash-
8j lonable and timely
It? fnnt.wft.ir. "r
HAVE YOU SEEN THEM?
Tls Mir kT irflirr I Oirmrs
1 lie now ticuu ibai oiyua m High Grade Shoes
So I- bT T- 7. r r m Oar Specialty
W The IDEAL SHOE STORE a?
S02 West Railroad Avenue. Phone 131
They Speak For Themselves!
Leon Hertisg, Manager
18 West Railroad Ave.
Acme Steel Mowers, Rakes and
Not Made by the Trust
i S.I 9
TICKETS tOUGHT. SOLD
, (S3 EXCHtlCEII
Lightest Running, Strongest, Wear Longer, Cost
- - - Less for Repairs - - -
us, tie. nr. mouth rift mtraat
401, 403, Nortn rirmt Strmat
Albuquerque, Nev Mexico
B 1 fiOSENPIEI D' 113 rV. R, R, Ave
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