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ALBUQUERQUE BVZ2?IN0 CITIZEN.
FAGE EIGHT. TCESDAT, , INI. PERSONAL PAR A (J RAP IIS In The Hot Old Summer Time s You NEED and we sell cool footwear. These . I " I 1 1 - ... L - ..; n inoea are siviisn ana raauc wim a icn the comfort of all who wear them. They are dressy, too, and give a swell effect to your general appearance. They are not expensive when you think of the pleasure they give. Men's Canvas Shoes and Oxfords - - $1.5 Men's Vici Kid, Calf or Patent Colt'Oxfords $ 1 . 65 to 4. 00 Men's Vici Kid, Calf or Patent Colt Shoes 2.25 to 4.00 Women's Vici Kid or Patent Kid Oxfords I. 50 to 3.50 Women's Vici Kid or Patent Kid Shoes t.65 to 5.00 Women's Canvas Oxfords, white or gray 1.50 to 2.25 1 it (I Geo. W. HICKOX T. Y. MAYNARO We Are Displaying Just Now, a Very Choice Assortment of Pickard's Hand Painted China II Also Some Specially New Designs in Cut Glass I The HICKOX-MAYNARD CO. I NEW MEXICO '8 LEA OINQ JE WELERS 1 The Arch front South Second St. The J. H. O'RILLLY 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 Of LIBBEY'S BRILLIANT CUT OLA H. E. Fox. Secretary and Manager. THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO. Plumbers 321-323 W.R.R.Ayb. Tinners Alaska Refrigerators Our Line of . Refrig erators is the most complete in the city Water Coolers , ' Savin , ke Pads ffegfe tain Ice fj fS-j I Cream J j fe 1 1 Freezers tspASassti j Water Filters WEATIIKIl FOUKCAST. Denver, Colo.. June 25. Fair to nlKht and Wednesday exrept for lo cal thunder Fhowers In the northeast portion of the territory. Donlslo Sala. of Chlllll, Is In the city on business today. Charles E. Poll, of Santa Fe, ar rived in the city last nlsht. Faustln TruJIIlo, ex-sherlff Of Tao3 county, is visiting In Santa Fe. George Campbell departed for his home In St. Paul, Minn., yesterday. Miguel Abeyta, from Socorro coun ty. Is in the city today on business. Fourteen candidates were Initiated last night by the Fraternal Brother hood. Miss Maude Harding, of Washing ton, D. C, Is visiting friends in San ta Fe. B. O. Wilson, of the Continental Oil company, arrived In the city yes terday. Albert Clancy has returned to San ta Fe after a visit with his uncle, in this city. Ex-Governor M. A. Otero has re turned to Santa Fe from a visit In Denver. 'Henry Dreyfus, chief deputy sher iff of Socorro county, is In the city on business today. J. Brown, of El Paso, assumed the position of night baggageman at the passenger depot last night. C. H. Hlnderer, of Alamogordo, Is In Santa Fe. He Is supervisor of the Sacramento national forest. H. M. Erhard, traveling freight and passenger agent of the Santa Fe at El Paso, Is In the city today. Miss Mary Thome and sister, who have been visiting in Koswell, N. M., have gone to Elida for a brief stay. Mrs. Agnes Funchess and son, of Columbia, Mo., passed through the city today enroute to Roswell, N. M. I. E. Dye, connected with the Do mingo Lumber company, left this morning for Domingo on business. Judge A. L.. Morrison, of Santa Fe, has accepted an invitation to deliver the Fourth of July address at JiiS- tancla. Conductor Mulhern, of the limited, who Is off for thirty days on account of sickness, spent yesterday in the city. Mrs. Theodore Roault passed through the -ity today en route to her home at Las Cruces after a visit in Santa Fe. G. A. Moore, general agent of the Santa Fe refrigerator line, with head quarters at La Junta, was In Albu querque today. Mrs. H. C. Luckenbach and daugh- I ter, -Miss Florence, will return tJ Santa Fe this week from a visit in Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Van Cleave and son, Otto, of north Edith street, left last night for their old home In Indiana, where they will spend the summer. J. C. McIntOBh, of Pueblo, Colo., left this morning for a visit with his brother, Wlllard Mcintosh on the lat ter's ranch at Mcintosh, N. M. Solomon Luna, banker and sheep owner, of Los Lunas, accompanied by Mrs. Luna, arrived In Albuquer que this morning on No. 10 from the south. Sisters Boniface and Esperanzea, of the St. Vincent sanitarium in San ta Fe, have returned home after a visit at St. Joseph's sanitarium In this city. Alderman John Beaven, wife and children, together with Miss Leuella Abe 11, of Pueblo, niece of Mr. Beaven. left today on the flyer for Ocean Park, California. Lauren W. Case, formerly on the editorial staff of the New Mexican, but now assistant cashier of the Bow man bank at Las Cruces, Is In Santa Fe visiting friends. H. O. Bursum, chairman of the republican central committee in New Mexico, passed through Albuquerque today en route to Santa Fe. Mr. Bursum has been at his sheep ranches In western Soco"o county for the past two months. James Klrkpatrlek, a b.akeman on the limited betneen La Junta and this city, is off on a thirty days' leave. He left last evening for Los Angeles with his children. Alfredo A. Barn, son of Attorney Elfego Hnca, has returned from San Pedro, Cal., where he was employed In the United States navy. He is here to visit his parents. E. W. Shutt, president of the Rio Grande Land Improvement and Pow er company, Is In the city on busi ness. F. B. Sanford, special traffic agent of the Santa Fe with headquarters at Chicago, is In the city today check ing up accounts. Roibert P. Ervein, territorial land commissioner. Is at headquarters In Santa Fe after attending the land convention In Denver. Frank dough, general foreman of bridges and buildings of the Rio Grande division of the Santa Fe, ar rived In the city today. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Neustadt re turned home yesterday evening from New York and Philadelphia where they visited relatives and friends. Mariano F. Sena, of Santa Fe, who has ibeen spending a few days In this city with his wife and children who are here for the summer, left for the capital city today. R. C. McClure, supervisor of the South Gila and Hlg Burro mountain national forests with headquarters In Silver City, whs in Albuquerque yes terday consulting with Chief Super visor D. D. Broiison, on official af fairs, Mrs. Lucas Ascarata. wife of one of the prominent business men of Las Cruces and four children, who have been visiting at the home of Sheriff Perfecto Armijo in this city for n few days, left, last night for i-on Angeles. WOOD! WOOD! WE AKE Alil-K TO FOIMSII OIK CL'HTO.MKKS WITH MILL WOOD. ALL KIMS. EFFECTIVE J FLY 1, 1907. I LAKKV1LLE COAL YARDS. o F'ree band concert by American Lumber Company band at Casino, OIC A new restaurant under the' man agement of Marcus snd Anderson, has been opened In place of the one formerly known as Graham's Cafe, and Is now In first class running or der. Tou will find there the best that the market affords, at prices to suit the times. Mr. Anderson is one of the bout and most experienced cooks In these parts, and nobobdy knows the management and flanclering of a restaurant better than Mr. Marcus. Your patronage will be appreciated. FOR RENT. TWO ROOMS IN THE HARNETT III ILDING, SECOND FLOOR; REST LOCATED UOOMS IN ItFILDINO, SlITABLE FOR LAWYER OR PHYSICIAN. INQUIRE ROOM S, HARNETT 11LDG. Wednesday night. Dance at Casino Wednesday night. Soothes ltchlns skin. Heals cuts or burns without a scar. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, any Itch ing. Doan's Ointment. Y'our drug gist sells It. Come to the auction tonight and bring your ladies. Seats provided Hlckox-Maynard Co. NOTICE. Whereas Fellclta Chaves de Garcia my wife, on the 17th of June, 1907, left and abandoned my house with out any reason therefor, saying in the presence of others that she would no longer live with me, therefore I hereby give notice that I will not be responsible for any debts which she may contract In her own or In my name. Albuquerque, N. M., June 21, 1907. SIMON GARCIA. "Meet me at the Pike." on Thurs day. Lots of fun, plenty to eat. Your Credit is Good with E. M AH ARAM Clothe your family on $i.oo per week BIO Womt Control Eastman Kodaks Supplies Finishing for Amateurs, loan Kodaks free. HAW LEY On the Corner The Leading Stationer. nil W . B NO MATTER how, or where, at play or at work, you are en joying the beautiful weather,, we have the suits, negligees, shoes, hats, etc, you wish. Boys' outfitting here too. Two and three piece suits, reasonably priced. Oxfords and other light footwear. Also the real thing for summer comfort. Negligee shirts of light madras or mercerized material $1.25 to $3.00, with or without collar. Thin Underwear, too. A nice balbriggan at $1.00 a suit' See them. CllVirkW CTCDM The Central tJllYlVSll Avenue Cloth.W Dance at Casino Wednesday night. n Japanese Down Mattresses, Leggett and Piatt steel springs Invite one to sleep. Futrelle Furniture Co. Free band concert by American Lumber Company band at Casino, Wednesday night. Regular meeting of i Triple Link Rebekah Lodge No. 10 this evening at 8:00 o'clock. Degree work fol lowed by lunch. o Free band concert by American Lumber Company band at Casino, Wednesday night. 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad antf Copper Ave., Tel. 74 Refrigerators, Garden Hose, Garden Tools oik it The Joys " of summer, a shady porch, a hammock, and a pair of our dainty 'tan' shoes. If you can't have the first two, try our cool shoes anyway. Prices range from $1.60 to $4. C. May's Shoe store, 314 West Railroad avenue. Dance at Casino Wednesday night. Feel languid, weak, run-down? Headache? Stomach "off"? Just a plain case of lazy liver. Burdock Blood Bitters- tones liver and stom ach, promotes digestion, purifies the blood. 4 y OffS? Derw C. H. Carries, O.D. The Railroad Avenue Optician Eyes Examined Free 1 14 Railroad Avenue ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Free band concert by American Lumber Company band at Casino, Wednesday night. o, Everything going all the time at "The Pike" Thursday afternoon and evening. Just Arrived A newsupply of Garden Hose, both in cotton and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers, Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest Bargains? mm THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE Diamond, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Clocks, Silverware, your trade and guarantee A SQGAKK DEAL. We invite We Have Them in Telephones The Reliance Electric Co. 502 West Central Ave. Blue Serge Office Coats $4.00 A Nice Grey Suit made by the world's renowned tailors Stein-Bloch Co. will make the path of life seem bright. Try one and see for yourself. $1 8$20-$22.50to-$30 FEE'S PEERLESS HOME-MADE CANDIES, AT WALTON'S DRUG KTOKK. BELL'S LIVERY E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY 119 West Gold 122 South Second i 1k New Location 424 NORTH SECOND TELEPHONE 43 ST. X XXX z zzxxzxzzzxxzxzzzxzzzz THE ANNEX ROOMING H H 1 H , M IE HOUSE. New MaiiuRvmi'M. I.oi-ated opposite the Alva r.tilo and next to Sturgos' caf ?. his recently been entirely re-!'uii:i-ht'd and remodeled. I, is mv one of the coolest and must attractive rooming houses in tlie city, with every modern convenience, both hot and cold water and electric light. The only house in the town that will not receive Invalids. You can secure a room for $S per month unj up. Also by the day or week, at rea sonable prices. If your oid room is warm and uncomfort able, move to the Annex. WATER COOLERS HIGH GRADE ENAMELWARE LAWN MOWERS TREE PRUNERS McCormick Harvesters and Mowers None Better TvlIIIIlMHMY Reduction In Trimmed Hate Miss C. P. Crane 512 North Second S reet Specialty of STYLISH DRESSMAKING FANCY DRY GOODS Stamping Done to Order. Materials for FANCY Mrs. M. C Wilson JWORK 224 W. Gold BENNETT'S CURIO STORE t09 North riret St. Mil Kinds of Indian and Maxloan Goods. The Cbaapast Place to buy Navajo Blankets and Maxlean Drawn Work ' mtmH Ordoro Cmrofully and Promptly ruiod. R.R. TICKETS BOUGHT. SOLO AND EXCHANGED Association Offleo Transactions Cuarantcco BOSENFIEI D'S, I IB W. ft. R. As FRESH FISH Channel Cat Fish - Fresh Mackerel Barracuda -v. Red Snapper Salmon JmdtoeMi A ADVERTISE IN THE EVENING CITIZEN WNBTMIZY COMPANY o o 0 0 0 0 0 Wholesale Distributors Acme Steel Mowers, Rakes and Harvesting Machinery Not Made by the Trust 0 o 0 0 o 0 0 Lightest Running, Strongest, Wear Longer, Cost ... Less for Repairs -f - FULLY WARRANTED 7 Write c j Prices Albuquerque, Ne Mexico 0 Wr 13, 110, 117, mouth nrmt mtroot dot, 403, North rtruttroot 0 0 0 SI US. IIAMUIM, Proprietress. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxtxxx