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ALBUQUERQUE El ENING CITIZEN.
PAGE EIGHT. IIIIIUSDAY. AfOfST 1. 1907. WOMEN'S OXFORDS and SLIPPERS PERSONAL PA 11 A K A P II S For house, dress and street wear. Just the kind of shoes you need for the hot weather. They are sty lish. fit well and fenl c-omJortabW. Their cost Is but nominal as compar ed with the saU.f;u-;!un they grve. Donpoln Oxfords, light or lii-avy nolo $1.50 1.6. 1.75 Mci Kid OxfortK light or hciny soles 2.23 2.50 3.00 Patent Kid Oxfords, light or heavy solos 2.50 3.00 3.50 Canvas Oxfords, light or hiNtvy soles 1.50 2.00 2.25 Vli Kid Slippers light soles 1.10 1.50 1.75 Vict Kid Sauduls, light soles 1.50 1.25 2.00 v7 X If in Need of Fixtures Call on g Reliance Electric Co. Cor. 5th St and Central Ave. 1 1 We Have the Largest Stock of 1 Fixtures Ever Seen in the City Owltifr to the fiirt that evon I the best carrier hoys The Cltl- 4 r.i'ii Is able to si-cure will now 4 und then fall to deliver your pa- 4 .ii ami also owing to the fact 4 that your neighbor may now 4 mid then unthinkingly npprop- 4 rlate The I 'It ir.cn left at your 4 door and forget to return It. 4 this paper has arranged with 4 the Postal Telegraph company 4 to deliver yu an extra copy In 4 the event that yours falls to 4 reach you. There Is no addition- 4 al expense to you. If your pa- 4 per does not reach you by reg- 4 ular parrier call up the Postal 4 Telegraph company PHONK 4 M'MBICU 36 and tell them. A 4 messenger boy will supply you 4 with a copy of The Citizen. In 4 this manner, we can also keep 4 track of the "misses" of our own carriers nnd you can get 4 your paper rain or shine. 4 HKMKMHKU THE NUMBER 4 PHONE 3. t 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 Savin Ice Pads White Ice Cream Freezers Water Filters K. P. Ames left last night for Pitts burg. Charley Varley left for Las Vegas this morning. II. P. Hall will leave for Los An geles tonight. A. V. Clelland has gone to Los An gelts on a visit. I!en Welller arrived here from Denver last night. Mrs. M. 51. Hawthorne returned frjm California last night. Mrs. ,M. C. Wagner departed for Long Reach, Cal.. last night. D. J. Mullis left last night for Ron ton, where he contemplates remain ing. Mrs. Minnie Wagner and son, Ar thur, left for Los Angeles last even ing. Miss Elsie Rruhne will leave for Los Angeles today to spend the sum mer. Attorney O. X. Matron will leave tonight tor Louisville, Ky., on busi ness . Lee Reydler and wife will leave the first of next week for a trip lit Cali fornia. Miss Imogene Clark, of Las Vegas, will arrive In the city today to visit friends. Lot 16, block D, has been sold to I. A. Carter by Mlna Wenke. Sale recorded today. A. B. MoGaffey left last night for Kettner, where his family Is spend ing the summer. Lou Holz will leave the latter part of the week for a two weeks' visit In JSan Francisco. Mrs. C. F. Meyers will leave this week for the coast, where she will spend the rest of the summer. Attorney M. C. Ortiz, who has been ill with rheumatism for four days, is able to be around again today. Miss Glenna Imel left for her home In Missouri last night. She will make a short stop In Colorado Springs. Albert Kippenberg and mother, of St. Louis, will arrive In the city this afternoon, to visit Mrs. Joe R. Scot 11. Sllvestre Mlrabnl, a member of the last territorial legislature, from San Rafael, N. M., Is In the city on busi ness today. J. H. Maples arrived In the city last night. Rev. R. A. Morley, of Las Vegas, has gone to Chicago on business. Dr. and Mrs. A. Frenyes, of Pasa dena, Cal., u:e visiting friends In San ta Fe. I. A. Dye, who has been In the Jemez mountains for somu time, will return tonight. Miss Reulah Duncan, of Las Vegas, Is the guest of the Misses Seligmun at Santa Fe. II. U. Christian, of Los Angeles, ar rived In the city the early pin t of t lie week to accept a position with the Santa Fe. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ehle have returned to Santa Fe, accompanied by I Jr. David 4napp, from San liar nardlno, Cal. John J. S.iutherland, formerly with Armour Company in this city, but now residing in San Martial, is in the city today. D. D. llr inson, chief Inspector of the forest service, returned today from Alani'igordo, where he has been on official business. Samuel Livingston and wife left night before last for Trinidad. Later they will go to the Upper Pecos for a three weeks' outing. V. 13. Clark, of 707 South Edith street, accompanied by his wife and son, returned last night from a vlolt of six weeks with friends In Chi cago and eastern Kansas, Rev. Father Jules Derashes, chap lain of St. Michael's college at San ta Fe, Is in the city having come here to consult a medlcul specialist. Express Messenger J. H. Maples, arrived from Denver last night to succeed Mesi-nge? K. Park on the Albuquerque-Silver City run. Roy E. Seitz. of the department of commerce and labor, returned la.-t night from Hernallllo, where he went to seeure the divorce statistics of San. doval county. W. E. Gortner has returned to Las Vegus from a visit in Uoshen, Ind. He was accompanied by Miss Beck, of that city, who will visit in Las Vegas for some days. O. H. Van Stone, manager for the Hughes Mercantile company at Es tancia and Morlarty, spent this after noon in Albuquerque on business. He will return to the Estancla valley tv night via Santa Fe. Frank Dale, the actor, is reported as being very weak at the St. Joseph hospital today, and he may not live through the night. He ha been conscious nearly all day. and is quite rational. Nothing has been heard from any relatives or friends he may have. Bring us your Jon tyonc. Price? the very lowest and the work will stand Inspection nnywhere. Business and calling cards a specialty. ' n We alwnjs Keep up the highest standard in quality, style and finish in our foot wear and give values that will appeal to you. We are offering better shoes for the same money than you can buy from others, not the same shoes for less money, a our shoes have distinctive features that will make them comfortable fitters and substantial wearers. Give them a trial. O. May's shoe store, 314 Weet Central avenue. Conceded the best kidney water on earth, Fay wood Hot Springs. Just Arrived A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers, Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest Zeiger Cafe Will Be Open for Evening Dinner Thursday Evening At S O'Clock er6s. Peck Co. FBITT Diamond" Palace J I Lll 11 1 1 RAILROAD AVE Diamond, Watcbea, Jewelry, Cut filass. Clocks, Silverware, your trade and guarantee A SQUARE DEAL. We Invite 115 Gold Avenue "When in Need of Eye Help Consult Us." BEBBER OPTICAL CO. Exclusive Opticians tense Grinding and Repairing on Premise EVERYBODY DID SOME SH00T1NGI IN T (Continued lont Vnno One.) which showed the marks of the lead en balls in entering and leaving the body. I:Iiiiiiiin1 Clmse'n Ilody. I.nst week, before the trial began a deputy sheriff accompanied by two medical experts went to Torrance county nnd exhumed the body of James Chase. The reason for so doing has not yet come to light, except In the testimony as to the location and effect of the wounds. The deputy sheriff Rtated that de spite the fact that Chase had been burled two years, his body was en tact. . His features could be readily recognized nnd his body was In sucn a state of preservation that the bullet holes could be readily traced. The clothing In which the remains were burled was also In good condi tion. Many Peoplo In ftstanda. . This term of court Is attracting wl'lo spread attention In Torrance county and there are several hundred people here. The Clark case Is attracting atten tion but the center of Interest will be the trial of Domingo Vnlles, charged with the murder of J. Francisco Chaves nt Pagosn, Springs. There being no adequate Jail, Val les who Is here, Is allowed to walk about under guard of a deputy sher IfT.v His hands and feet are shackled until he can not move rapidly nnd he Is kept under close surveillance. Captain Fred Fnrnoft with mem berg of the New Mexico mounted po lice are also In Estancla. When the Valles case comes to trlnl. It Is understood here that there will be some Interesting develop ments. The Mcintosh Rrowns mid the fliiinrron Swastikas ct Traction I'urk Saturday at 3::l0 o'clock unil Sunday at 3 o'clock. , i Spend a vacation at Faywood Hot Springs, 'tis first class and easy to reach. riCKMCKEUS AVD OTILEKSS AT- TENTION. Call at 114 W. Central Ave., and receive FREE a folding drinking cup with the compliments of C. II. CAIINKS. THE R. II. AVE. OITICIAN. Eye Glasses and Spectacles. COAL FOR CASH ONLY American Block per ton $6.50 Cerrillos Lump 6.50 Anthracite Nut 8.50 Anthracite Mixed 9.00 Anthracite, furnace sizes 9.50 Clean (las Coke 6.00 Smithing Coal. WOOD LUMBER MILL WOOD. Green $2.50 Factory T S.25 V. H. HAHN & GO. Extra Specials Our Green Tag Sale is over, and it has been a very successful one. We have sold most of our summer stock but still have a few choice things left over, which we are willing to sell at remarkably low prices, as our fall stock will soon arrive. Clothing Specials 100 two-piece suits to close nt $ 7.50 The.se were formerly $10.00 and $15.00 100 three piece suits to close nt 7.50 These nre odds and ends worth $14.00 and $15.00 200 choice business suits to close t i rr at 15.00 All $18.00 and $20.00 and $22.00 godds. Furnishing Specials 60 dozen shirts, worth 7Gc, to close wmr at 75c 50 dozen shirts, worth $1.60, to close rr at 95c CO dozen shirts, worth $1.75 and $2.00 to close 1 AT at 1.45 Hanan & Douglas Shoes We believe we have the two most popular lines of shoes in their respective classes in the United States. For style and durability the Hanan stands alone at $5 to $6.50, and for popular priced goods at $3.50 and $4, the Douglas shoe is unexcelled for honest value SIMON STERN fcJSSL, BENNETT'S CURIO STORE 109 North First 8t. All Kindt of Indian and Maxlean Goods. Tha Chaapast Plaea to bay Navajo Blankals and Maxlean Drawn Work Mall Ordara Carefully and Promptly rilled. FRESH FISH Channel Cat Fish Fresh Mackerel "t Barracuda Red Snapper Salmon 3 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between ftaliroad and Coppar Ave., Tel. 74 WATER COOLERS HIGH GRADE ENAMELWARE LAWN MOWERS TREE PRUNERS McCormick Harvesters and Mowers None Better 3 6 Dozen Mens' Underwear LLI1I ft U 122 S. SeconrJ-119 W. Gold 36DozenMeris' Underwear OUR REASON We ordered by wire a solid case of Underwear on May 25th. It has been delayed in transit all summer and has just reached us. This is a fine grade of White Unbleached, Ribbed Underwear with French neck and shaped to fit the form. It's worth 75 cents a garment and should have been all sold at this figure had it ar rived in season. In order to move it without delay we have placed the entire 36 Dozen on sale at 50 cents a garment. Mail orders promptly filled. Sizes, 34 to 50 Shirts; 30 to 50 Drawers. See Second Street Window I 1 I Shaw's Bakery It's the talk of the town, those pies like mother (in law) made. t Phone 1056 and have one delivered. MlIlliXlCUY S: "P linim -c 1 HntM For the Next Ten Days At I.fM llmii CiMt to I'ltise Oul SiimiiK'r StiM-k. MISS 4'. . ( ItAXK MilliiH-ry and Inv-siimkiim 1'nrlors, M2 North StH"oiil St. I FANCY DRY GOODS Slumping .Done to Onler. Muterlul for FANCY Mrs. M. C. Wilson JVVORK 224 W. Gold TICKETS BOUGHT. SOLO AND EXCHANGED Association Oflea Tiansaetlons R.R. WHIYMEY GOSWPAMY Wholesale and Retail Hardware MHiMaMliiiiliiiiiiilliiiiiiiiiiiliiMMMiiiiilillHiiiiMiiiililiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiliiiiiii HIIIIIMHailHIIIHIllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIMMIMlllHMV Alaska Refrigerators White Mountain loe Gream Freezers Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers Plumbino: Hercules Powder Mine and Mill and and Tinning High Explosives Supplies Mail Orders Solicited 113, tie, tlT. mouth p-lrat atraat 401. 4oa, North rirat Btraat Albuquerque, Aett Mexico 1 o o o 0 0 0 o 0 Cuarantaao ROSEKFIEIITS,! 118 W. R. R. Ate fft, vagi- Cur