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ALBUQUERQUE ET ENISQ CITIZEN."
, PAGE nGITT. 9 Oar Shoes are Paying Investments The money invested in a pair of our dainty Summer Shoes will give you big returns in satisfaction and com fort. You can pass through the several months of hot weather ahead of us, without any inconvenience if you keep your feet cool. PERSONAL. PARAORAPHS WEATIIEIl FOHECA9T. Denver. Colo.. July 22. rartly olouily tonight and Tuesday with lo cal thti?idtr nt'inn. TIl.VIX AltltlYAIjK. OUR SHOES WILL DO THIS Men's Shoes, Men's Oxfords, Women's Shoes, -Women's Oxfords, Children's Shoes, t -Children's Oxfords, $1.50 to $4.00 1.50 to 4.00 1.65 to 5.00 rS 1.50 to 3.50 ( 1.00 to 2 50 ;2 - 1.00 to 2.25 If in Need of Fixtures Call on Reliance Electric Co. I Cor. 5th St and Central Ave. 1 We Have the Largest Stock of 1 I Fixtures Ever Seen in the City 1 No. 4. On time. ..No. 8. On 41me. No. 1. On time. No. ".On time. No. 9. Is now 3 hours late. A. J. Atchison, of western Okla homa, was In the city Sunday. Julius Howh and family, of Iem liiK, are In the city today. Jlrs. M. M. Snyder, of Las Vegas, spent Sunday In Albuquerque. Manuel Otero spent today In Alhu querque from his home In Santa Ke. Charles Hanna, of S:n Marrlal, was a visitor In the city yesterday. M. Mnndell. the Central avenue clothier, left last night for New York. Miss Alice Becker, of Holland, MkhlKan. Is the gueat of Mrs. Ixck hart. S. Grantham, a 1)uslness man of Kansas City, transacted business In the city today. M. Wlshbreen, a merchant of Ber nalillo, returned home last evening after a visit here. T)r. M. K. Wylder and family re turned this morning from an oullng in the mountains. Paul Wolf and family, of Cle ibnurne, Texas, have arrived In tha city for a brief stay. Dr. II. F. Lord, of Las Vegas, left today for Xatv York to take a spec ial course in mediulne. Mrs. Thomas B. Catron, of Santa F'e, expects to go to Denver on Tues day next for a short visit. William Gorman and H. A. Petus, two mining men of Lioa Cerrlllos, spemt Sunday in the city. C. Doherty, a railroad man em ployed by the Santa Fe at L,amy, spent Sunday In Albuquerque. S. B. Dinnegan and V. H. Tucker, two cattlemen of Flagstaff, Ariz., are transacting business in the city. 4f Clyde Watson, a mining man 01 use. wi.Hti.rn Arizonn.. Mnpnt Sundav and! have n whlo.me resprt for the Mcintosh firnwns and their popular mnnager not to sny that the same frelln dos not exist a man base hnll plnyera who go up against this star aggregation. A. Pence and J. It. Head, of Coun cil .Hill, I. T., and H'.li Moston. "if Muskogee, I. T.. three cattlemen of that territory, passed through the nty yesterday. Patrlco Gonzales, editor of the lo cal Spanish newspaper, Public Opin ion, after undergoing a successful op eration at St. Joseph's hospital, is able to be out aaln. Mrs. J. W. Brldgeman. of Buffalo, N. Y., Is expected to arrive In Santa Ke this week on a visit to her daugh ter, Mrs. ltoss McMillan, wife of For est Supervisor McMillan. Judge A. J. Abbott, special attorney for the Pueblo Indians, arrived here from Santa Fe to'lay on otllcial busi ness. From here he may take a trip to the Manzano national forest. W. S. Praeg. r, a leading merchant of KosweU and one of the original settlers of Chaves county, was a guest at San.ta Fe Saturday. Mr. Praeger Is also one of the successful sheep raisers of his sec tion. Miss Baum. of Omnha, Nob., sister of Mrs. J. W. Raynolds, will arrive In Santa Fe during the coming week and will be the KUest of Acting Gov ernor and Mrs. Raynolds for some weeks. Judge ,N. B. Laughlin, who' has been In Taos f r the past ten days on legal busine.-s connected with tak ing testimony In th partition suit of the Uancho del Mo Grande Land Grant, has returned to Santa Fe. 'Mrs. Max Frost, accompanied by her sister, Miss Pain, of Kansas City, Mil, and Grannie H. Frost, will leave Santa Fe Tuesday evening for tho City of Mexico for a ten days' visit to points of Interest In the Mexica.1 republic. Judge and Mrs. Daniel II. McMil lan, of Las Cruces. who are now tour. ing In the east, while en route home will go to Santa Fe for a visit to their son. Boss McMillan, supervisor of the Pecos Hiver, Jemez and Taos national forest.s. Delegate W. H. Andrews, who for the past three months has been in the national capital attending dili gently to his duties as delegate In loking after requests of constituents and business Inierest to New Mex ico In the departments will return to this territory about the nrst or Aug- CASES TRIED TODAY IN LOCAL COURTS Gaspar Galegos and CeOso Bedlllo were arraigned before Justice of the Peace Itoinero In aid town this morn ing on the chnrge St disorderly con ciict. The two men engaged In a list fight Saturday night near the Al- tiuiiierqun Indian school. Both had been dih-.kli.g. Kedillo was fined 16 and C.aingos, ipon whose person whs found a slung shot, waa fined IK'. The case of Garcia vs. Goss. which i was given a hearing In the old town Justice court Saturday afternoon. was appealed by Garcia to the dis- i triet court. Garcia seeks to hold 1 Goss. 'who In the local manager of i the Singer Sewln Machine company. : liable for a horse bought by Jack i Steward, the agent who absconded with certain property of the sewing . machine company last May. Steward bought the horse on th installment : plan from Garcia and then traded It off before he hail acquired title. The ca.se was dismissed In Justice court, j Secretary Itoy Stamm, of the fair THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO. Plumbers 321-323 W-R.R.Ave- Tinners Alaska Refrigerators Our Line of Refrig erators is the most complete in the city Water Coolers lfcm"frlr::.rrlv , N;3 XZL. ft Savin Ice Pads White Ice Cream Freezers Water Filters Just Arrived A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers, Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest mm THE touay in tne c.iy visum inenus a.,SOclation. accompanied the big base Little Miss Hazel Piatt, who hai 1)ali excursion, to anta Fe yester been visiting relatives in Santa Fe, . (lay anu- put n n time "boosting" left today for her home in St. Louis. ! tlr tne biggest fair In New Mexico M. "Myers, traveling auditor of the j with an occasional shout for the Sic Santa Fe with headquarters at To-, Intosh Browns. The secretary suo peka, passed through the city today, j ceeded In effectively notifying thu Rev. Thomas Harwood arrived capital city that the fair would be the here this morning from a trip best ever- through the southern portion of the Frank H. Cole, formerly of New territory. York City, and who until a few Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Grant, who ; months ago. a member of the Cltl- have been visiting In the city for a i zen's staff, is now at the mining few weeks, left yesterday for Los An geles, j Mrs. A. O. Wheeler and two nep hews, Rogers and Bud Flske, of Santa Fe, are visiting at Las Vegas Hot Springs. J. J. Jones, a ibuslness man of Wltchlta, Kan., representing the Cud ahy Packing company, spent the day In Albuquerque. Otto Haan. news agent for the Harvey system in this city, returned last night from the east, where he spent his vacation. Walter OrltchJow, of Tltusvllle, who has been camping with Albu querque friends on the Pecos, left last night for his home. Acheson McCllntock, a merchant of Klncon, N. Al., passed through Al buquerque this morning en route to Santa, Fe on business. D. D. Bronson. chief forest inspec tor for the department of New Mex ico and Arizona, left this morning for Santa Fe on forest business. A. It. Immisch, secretary of tha R. It. Y. M. C. A. of Grand Rapids. Michigan, spent the day In the city. He will leave tonight for Chicago. Judge N. B. Haney and wife, of Green vU'le, Texas, arrived In the city last night. They were accompanied by P. V. I. Mauri, of Mineral Springs, Texas. Mrs. Herman Gerhardt. a well known society woman of Los An geies, passed through Albuquerque tills morning en route to Kansas City, Mo. Miss Margaret Powers, who has been confined to St. Joseph's hospital for six weeks with typhlod fever, Is now recovered and has returned to her home. Miss Lucretla Whitehead, who haj .been the sues: of Miss Ruth Laugh lin at San'a Fe for several weeks, left the capital today for her home In Golden, Colo. O. A. Maitson, the enterprising manager of the Mclnto-sh Browns. w:ls the awe of all small boys in Santa Fei yesterday. The small boys camp of Cooney, In the Gila forest reserve in southern .Mew Mexico. Air. Cole's friends in this city will learn with pleasure that he Is prospering In health and otherwise and has formed an attachment for New Mex ico which means another permanent resident. CONSIDERING SHOE FACTORY OFFER The Commercial club Is In receipt of a uronoslUon from a party of east ern capitalists who are considering facture of shoes in this city and par- ties are already looking for a site on which to build, should they locate lit re. The club now has the matter un. dr consideration and should It make aati.faotory arrangements with the promoters, work on the plant wit stiart within a short time. Take a Postmaster's Word for It. Mr. M. F. Htfl.'.sn, postmaster at Cherryvale, Ind., keeps also a stock i of general merchandise and patent: medicines. He says: "Chamberlain's, Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- j edy Is standard here In lis .Inc. It never falls to give satisfaction and we could hardly afford to be with-' out It." For sale by an druggist. o id A new restaurant tinder the man- ! sgement of Marcus and Anderson, has been opentd In place of the one formerly known as Graham's Cafe, and Is now In first class running or- j der. You will find there the best that t the market affords, at prices to suit j the times. Mr. Anderson Is one of i the best and most experienced cooks I In these parts, and nobobdy knows the management and flanclerlng of a restaurant better than Mr. Marcus. Your patronage will be appreciated. o Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. Contains no opiates. 3t drives the cold out of the system by gently moving the 'bowels. Contains Honey and Tar and tastes nearly as' good as maple syrup. Children like It. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly & Co. T AGLETS Come In before our Great Green Tag Sate closes and get next to some of the many Bargains we offer. We still have a good assortment of the following goods on hand. Hart, Schaffner & Marx $27.50 Suits, Green Tagged $19.75 Hart, Schafmer & Marx $24.00 Suits, Green Tagged Sincerity Guaranteed $20.00 Suits, Green Tagged Sincerity Guaranteed $18.00 Suits, Green Tagged Sincerity Guaranteed $15.00 Suits, Green Tagged RelLVs'e Suits, worth $14.00, Green Jogged Reli&Vvj Suits, worth $12.00, Green Tagged Entire stock of Men's 50c and 75c Caps, Green Tagged Entire stock of Boys' 50c Caps, Green Tagged Entire stock 50c Belts, Green Tagged 25c ninLire slock oi ydc ana uuc .belts, Green Tagged 50c Men's Fine 15c Handkerchiefs, Green Tagged 6 l-4c Boys' Knee Pants, 75c values, Green Tagged 45c All our 75c Straw and Crash Hats, Green Tagged 45c 200 loz. 50c anil 75c Koiir-ln-linnd Tics Green TaciPNl 25o 50 doz. High Grade Shirts worth $1.50 to $2. Grceu Tagged Hoc CllVirkW CTCDM The Central Avenue Clothier 17.75 14,75 12.75 11.75 10.75 8.75 25c 25c I Thwe are still several months of hot weather ahead of us and It will pay you to Invest In a pair of cool, low shoes. We have a fine assortment of snappy, up to date styles and you can get Just what you want at the price you are willing to pay. C. May's shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. COAL FOR CASH ONLY American Block per ton $8.50 Cerrlllos Lump 6-50 Anthracite Nut 8.50 Anthracite Mixed 0-00 Anthracite, furnaoe si ion 9.50 Clean Gas Coke 6.00 Smithing Coal. WOOD t Fxmrn Turnvr WOO TV the building of a plant for the manu- jRrM,n $3.50 Factory W. H. HAHN & GO. TOO LATE TO CIjASSIFY. WANTED A stenographer. Call 09 West Copper avenue. Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE Diamond, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass. Clocks, Silverware. We Invite your trade and guarantee A SQUARE DEAL. WANTED Young man for bakery wagon to furnish his own wagon and come well recommended. (Shaw Bakery. SOa South Second street. WANTED An experienced book Ueener. Address in own writing, statin experience, etc. S. J. Brack, manager Rio Grande Lum ber company, city FOR SALE Entire stock of chick ens, two bone cutters, horse power; two alfalfa cutters, etc. Also household furniture. Corner Will iam street and Southern avenue Molltor's Poultry Ranch. Lost I'lain gold Mason's emblem ring. Rei urn to Citizen onice anu receive t'i reward. fiubscrllie for The Ctlhw-n and get the news. Lense Griniinand Repairing on Premises ? , l.t:c;.l Pu.f Fiac Toctorl' r"" Oe ni initial lju tjvj itvu Viv. Y-? Exclusive Opticians 1 Xw" BEBBER OPTICAL.CO. 1 1 5 Weit Gold BENNETT'S CURIO STORE tOB North rirst St. All Kindt of Indian and Maxlean Goods. Tha Cbaapast Plaea to buy Navajo Blankots and Mtxlean Drawn Work Mail Ordaro Caratully and Promptly rillad. FRESH FISH Channel Cat Fish Fresh Mackerel Barracuda ' Red Snapper Salmon v 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Botwoen Railroad and Ccpptr Ave., Tel. 74 Gat den Hose, Garden Tools S WATER COOLERS HIGH GRADE ENAMELWARE LAWN MOWERS TREE PRUNERS McCormick Harvesters and Mowers None Better The Great Clothing Sale A $aving on High Grade Men$ and Boy$ Clothing of One-flfth will aid you to prepare for your vacation with very little money. Your choice of all Boys' Wash Suits in Russian and Sailor Blouse styles, only . . All Blue and Black Suit reserved. Shaw's Bakery It's the talk of the town, those pies like mother (in law) made. Phone 1056 and have one delivered. $1.25 M 1 lLl IX Sc 'Priuiniol 1-1 f 1 1 - For the Next Ten Days At Lewi Than Coat to Close Out summer KUM-k. Miss C. I CRANE. Millinery and llivssiuukiiig I'arlors, 5IJ North Second St. REMEMBER! This Sale closes JULY 20!h EL Washburn Co. STUDY . THE WIINDOWS FANCY DRY COOPS Stump! na Pone to Order. MuteriuU for FANCY WORK I Mrs. M. C Wilson 224 W, Gold R.R. TICKETS BOUGHT. SOLO AND EXCHAN8ED Aisoelatlon Offlea Trsntaetlon 0 o 0 o 0 0 o WHITNEY COMPANY g WTinlalp anrl Retail Hardware Alaska Refriprators White Mountain Ice Gream Freezers Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers Plumbine Hercules Powder and and Tinning Hi?h Explosives Mine and Mill Supplies Mail Orders Solicited 0 0 0 0 0 0 O o 0 0 0 0 f ia, lie. nr. mouth rint mtroot Jo I, ioa. North rirot mtroot Albuquerque, Hew Mexico sJ 122 S. SECOND 119 W. GOLD Guaraataao ROSENFIH U'S, 1 18 W. fl. R. An G3SS