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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
FACE EIGHT. MONDAY, JtXT , IM7. t Wmmi 314 WEST RAILROAD AVE Fashionable Ties For Women Not necessarily expensive to be trim and comfortable if you buy them here. Some of them are made of soft Vici Kid, some of Canvas, others of Gun Metal or Patent kid. Ties for every occasion from the light, airy styles for dress to the stout oxfords for out door exercise. Canvas $1.50 to $2.2.1 Viol Kid 1.75 to 8.50 Gun Metal 8.50 to S.50 I "a tent Kid 2.50 to S.50 PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS See the Reliance Electrical Co. 502 West Central For First Class Repairing Work in Anything Electrical i? lb THE WAGNER HARDWARE CO. Plumbers 32I-323 W.R.R.Aye-l Tinners Alaska Refrigerators Our Line of Refrigerators is the most complete in the city Water Coolers Savin Ice Pads White Moun tain Ice Cream Freezers Water Filters Just Arrived A new8upply of Garden Hose, both in cotton and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers, Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest ITT THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE Diamond, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Clam. Clocks, Sllrerware. We In rite your trade and guarantee A. SQUAKK DEAL. WKATHEK FOUKCAST. VrntlnT l'lirtN-aM. Donver, Colo., July S. Partly cloudy tonight and Tupwlay with lo cal thunder showers In the north por tion of the territory. John PflueRpr left for his home nt Lamy Inst nlisht after a visit here. T. L. Cellutn, of Oroftrande, X. M., arrived In Albuquerque Sunday morn IllK. Miss Nina (Hero, of Santa Fe, is visiting friends on the Upper Pecos river. Col. A. I'. Hunter returned yester day from Ulotlottu, where lit spent the Fourth. Mrs. K. (. Hartlett and son. and Miss llamsny, of Socorro, art visiting In California. Miss Lettie Watson and mother left for Los Angeles lo.it night to spend the summer. I,. K. McOaffey, of Hoswell, X. M.f was the guest Sunday of his brother, A . H. Mc-Uaffey. , Ii. II. Xewlee and K. E. Vusse, two civil engineers from Iaa Vegus, we.e In the city yesterday. Miss JuiU A. Wilson, of Chicago, Is In the city visiting with her sis ter, Mrs. H. L. Brooks. M. rtieger, an attorney of Kansas City, Mo., Is in the city visiting his daughter, Mrs. Wood, for a few days. F. II. Kent and wife left on the limited this afternoon for California. They will also visit the Grand can yon. Fred Snyder and wife and John Solomon left yesterday for a three weeks' camping trip on the Upper Pecos. Percy Haw-ley, the proprietor of the Hawley Hook store on Second street and Silver avenu?, Is in licrnulillo on business. M. O. Llewellyn, surveyor general, left Santa Fe today for an Inspection of public lands In Colfax and Union counties. Dr. CI. Lyman Tinker, a New Phila delphia, O., physician, will arrive In Albuquerque this week and may lo cate here. 'Jesus M. Luna, probate clerk of Valencia county, arrived here this morning from Los Lunas on a busi ness mission. F. S. Marshall, of Lamy, spent Sun day In the city, witnessing the ball game between the Geronimos and Llarelas teams. Seeley A. Wells, an officer of the regular nrmy, accompanied by his wife, child, and nurse, were In the city yesterday. W. H. Hays, of the forest service, has gone to Poeatello, Idaho, to which point he has been transferred from Fort Bayard, N. M. F. W. Bocklng, of Canon City, Colo rado, arlved In the city this morning from a trip through the southern por tion or the territory. Miss Jane McPartland and her trimmer. Miss Graska, will leave this week for New York to purchase their fall stock of millinery. F. B. Moore, who has been doing some construction work for Contrac tor A. W. Hayden at Belen, left for Carthage this morning. Miss Minnie Holzman returned last night from the Pecos, where she has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nell! B. Field for a week. John 8. Brlttlan, Jr., a son of John S. Brittian, a prominent furniture manufacturer of St. Joseph, Mo., ar rived in the city last evening. B. L. Davis, of the Bluewater De velopment company, of Bluewater, N. M., spent yesterday In Albuquerque, leaving for Bluewater last night. John H. McCutchen, editor of the Industrial Advertiser, has returned to the city from El Paso, where he has been on business for several weeks. Mrs. Joseph Price has returned to his home in Socorro after an extend ed visit In Albuquerque. Mrs. Simon and Leon Stern accompanied her to Socorro. Prof. John B. Hammltt, principal at the Santa Fe Indian Training school, left Sunday "for a visit in Cincinnati, O., Mrs. Hammltt accom panying him. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fox and daugh ter. Miss Carrie, of Oregon, Wis., and Miss Harriet Klser, also of Wisconsin, passed through the city yesterday en route to California. Frank W. Beach, of Orogrande, N. M., who represented Otero county In the last territorial legislature, visited AVbuquerque yesterday. He left last night for Santa Fe. Mrs. C. H. Ward, of Mexico City, accompanied by her son, arrived In Albuquerque yesterday morning, leav- ' ing in the afternoon for California via the California limited. J. H. Broughton, formeily day bag gageman here, left this morning for Las Vegas where he wilt make his future home. He was accompanied by Mr. broughton. A. S. Crisp, a member of the Texas legislature, who arrived here a few days ago, left for his home in Cuero, Texas last night accompanied by his family who have been visiting with Mrs. 8. W White, of Suth ' Second street, for the past few week Ktanton Smith, forest Inspector, has gone to Sinla Fe on forest business. Misses Winifred and Gladys Hay den, who have been visiting In Mag dalena for a month have returned to the city. Judge Henry L. Waldo, general solicitor In New Mexico for the Santa Fe railway, who is in Kansas City, will return to his headquarters In Las Vegas in about two weeks. Robert P. Erveln and family left Santa Fe yesterday for Clayton, X. M., where Mrs. Krveln and children will remain for some time, Mr. Krveln returning home this week. Dr. W. W. Parks, of Holbrook, Arl!!., spent Sunday In the city. M. W. Flournoy, president of thy First National bank, left this after noon for California, accompanied by Mrs. Flournoy. Mrs. Nestor ft. Montoya, wife of Nestor It. Montoya. interpreter In the Harnallllo district court, accompanied by her children, left this morning for Santa Fe where she will visit with relatives and friends. J. W. Benham, a well known lum ber man of Chicago, son of the presi dent of the Benham Indian Trading company, who has been In the city for several days with his father, re turned home last night. Mrs. A. M. Uergere and children, and Miss Doyle, of Santa Fe, pars ed through the city yesterday en route to California. Mr. Uergere accom panied them to this city, returning to Santa Fe this morning. - Isaac It. Rubin, from Hutchinson, Kan., of the class of 1HU8 at the Uni versity of Michigan law school. Is visiting In Albuquerque and contem plates opening a law otlice In this city upon finishing his law course. Mrs. Tom Clay has returned to San ta Fo after a two motits' visit her and at San Marcial. She was ac companied home by her sister, Mrs. E. J. Anderson and little grand daughter, Miss May Anderson, of San Marcial. O I VII A new restaurant under the man agement of Marcus and Anderson, hns been opentd In place of the one formerly known as Graham's Cafe, and Is now In first class running or der. You will find thore the best that the market affords, at prices to suit the times. Mr. Anderson Is one of the best and moat experienced cooks In these parts, and nobobdy knows the management and fianclerlng of a restaurant better than Mr. Marcus. Your patronage will be appreciated. Wm. Wallace McClellan Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 12 ALBUQUKRQUK, N. M. Notary Public Collections made at Korber Building 124 N. Second Street From 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 ti 4 p. m. Residence 723 N. Fourth St. WBBBSSESSSBSB3BS3i 20 Percent Discount E.L Washburn Co. 122 S. SECOND 119 W. GOLD 20 Percent Discount The Great Semi-Annual Clothing Sale In order to make room for our new goods which are being shipped from New York by our Eastern buyer All Summer Clothing Must Go At Once We need the Room and the money One-fifth represents the saving to you. De not delay. This sale will positive ly close on July 20. & P & & ft All Bios and Black Suits Reserved See Cur Windows New Arrivals. A large line f brass, bronzed and Iron beds, small refrigerators, car pets, linoleum, window shades, cur tain poles, stair pads, mattresses, stoves and ranges, baby Iron beds. I'utrelle Furniture Co. COME! COME! Come to the cash buyers midsum mer clearance sale. Everything re duced In goods you want for this hot weather. Shirt waists, skirts, under wear. Oxfords In white, tan and black hosiery, sun bonnets, belts; men's $1.25 shirts 75c; 75e shirts 60c; 50c shirts, 39c; men's silk faced 60c underwear, 39c. Men's and boy's suits all reduced. Hundreds of other bargains. Special cuts on all kinds of groceries. Come and look; lots of clerks to wait on you. The lemon ade Is free. 112 North Second street. Big lot of granlteware, 23c. ' See our new Double Long Staple Mattresses. Sample on exlbltlon. No better made for any price. Futrelle 1 un.lture Cp. Take along one of our handy shoe shiners on your vacation trip. You will need It when you get to a ptace where there are no bootblacks. They only cost 25c and will polish your footwear easily and - quickly. C. May's Shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. , A cleansing) clean, cooling, sooth ing, healing household remedy Is De Witt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve, Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly & Co. A WANT AD Costs nut a few cents but a few lines In The Citizen will bring you what you want COAL FOR CASH ONLY .$8.50 . 0.50 . 8.50 . 8.00 . 9.50 . B.00 American Rlock per ton.. Cerrillos Lump . . , Anthracite Nut Anthracite Mixed Anthracite, furnace sizes . Clean Gus Coke Smithing Coul. WOOD i.rmi:n mtll wood. Green $2.50 Factory 3.S5 W. H. HAHN & GO, ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Shaw's Bread Just Removed to 305 South Second St Phone 1056 FEE'S PEERLESS HOMEMADE CANDIES, AT WALTON'S DRUG STORE. BELL'S LIVERY New Location 424 NORTH SECOND ST. TELEPHONE 43 ITIIITITIITTTTTTTIIIIIIIII THE ANNEX KOOMINU IIOCSE. New Management. Located opposite the Alva rado and next to Sturges' cat, has recently been entirely re furnished and remodeled. It is now one of the coolest ana most attractive rooming houses in the r!ty, 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 Bll per month and up. Alsa . by the day or week, at rea- H sonable prices. If your Old I JJ room is warm and uncomfort- u able, move to the Annex. !p MILS. I1AMUIM, rronrletre. When in Silvr City Patronize Mrs. Van Riper's PRIVATE BOARDING HUUSE Next Elks' Opera House Your Credit is Good with E. M AH ARAM Clothe your family on $i.oo per week OtO Wott Control Eastman Kodaks Supplies Finishing for Amateurs. 1 loan Kodaks free. HAWLEY On the Corner The Leading Stationer. COMING a 3a3a5aga2aai aa3a3aja 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad end Coppor Ave., Tel. 74 WATER COOLERS HIGH GRADE ENAMELWARE LAWN MOWERS TREE PRUNERS McCor mick Harvesters and Mowers none uezzer C. H. Carnes, O. D. The Railroad Avenue Optician Eyes Examined Free 114 Railroad Avenue ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. XIIL,L,IJlsrV Reduction In Trimmed Hate Miss C. P. Crane 5)2 North Second Snct Specialty of STYLISH DRESSMAKING FANCY DRY GOODS Stamping Done - to Order. Materials for 1PA XCY WO IvK Mrs. M. C Wilson 224 W. Gold TICKETS BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED Association Off loo Transactions Oaarantooo ROSENFIEl O'S, II8W.R. R.Ave R.R. ( DENNETT'S CURIO STORE 109 North Flrat St. All Kinds of Indian and Uoxloaa Goods. Tba Cbaapast Plaea to bay Navajo Blankots and Uoxloaa Drawn Work Mall Ordarm Garatully and Promptly rillad. FRESH PISH Channel Cat Fish Fresh Mackerel - Barracuda Red Snapper Salmon ADVERTISE IN THE EVENING CITIZEN s o o Wholesale Distributors Acme Steel Mowers, Rakes and Harvesting Machinery Not Made by the Trust Lightest Running, Strongest, Wear Longer, Cost - - - Less for Repairs - - - xn -FULLY WARRANTED Wtite Fur Prices 113. HO, fir. mouth rirat mtraat mil. ... .4o i. Jo. North riratmtraat AiDuquergue, New Mexico 0 0 o O o o 6 i xxTTxxxrxxxxxxnxxxxxuxxx