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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
FAQE EIGHT. triiKlVtV, 8KfTKMIlEU IT. 1907. I 1 i 1 : I PERSONAL, PA 11 A (1 KAPHS Honest ILeatlher Wins KTOTHING but the best material in our shoes has been the watchword in the buying; of the new fall and winter lines. At the same time we paid just as much at tention to the style and fitting; quality of every pair as we did to their reliability. The result is that we are offering- today the snappiest and most reliable footwear you can find. This statement is backed by our offer to refund your money if shoes fail to give satisfaction. Mon's Ire Shoo (13.00 to $1.00 Men's Work Shcwx $1.50 to $3.00 AVonM-n'n llljrh Shore $t.T3 to $5.00 Women's lnv KIkm-9 $1.50 to $3.50 Women' NlijMr $1.10 to . $2.00 Sluing for ltoys ami lilrlx $1.00 to $2.50 MILLINERY OPENING TUESDAY, SEPT. 17 AFTERNOON-EVENING MISS LUTZ 208 South iecond THE WAGNER HARDWARE CO, Plumbers 321-323 W. Central Avenue Tinners THE BEST BAR NONE mini THE DIAMOND PALACE Railroad Avenue IMiimoiuls, WaU'lit's, Jewelry, Cut (ilass, Clocks Silverware. We Invite your tnule and fiuaruntec A Square Deal. II . I mm 11 III I mm ! I 1 ii i : i i mm J L SI , 5 V. J. Ilnnna la In th city from San Marelal. Kilwanl Otero, the sheep raiser, U In the city the guest of relatives. C. F Wade will leave tomorrow for Chicago on personal business. Misses Franrln and Marie Stark of Oallup, are registered at the tiavuy hotel. j W. H. Strlckler will leave on the i flyer tomorrow evening for Chicago 'on business. Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Coe, of CarthaKe, N. M.( are in the city visit ing and shopping. Four plain drunks were arraigned before Police Judge Craig this morn ing and assessed 15 each. I). A. Jtlttner, of the Ulttner Stamm company, haa returned from a visit to Honolulu. J. C. Key, superintendent of the Kastern Hallway of New Mexico, was in the city from Helen today. H. B. Holt, district . attorney for i Dona Ana and Otero counties, is at j tending court at Alamogordo. O. N. llarron will be a passenger j t board the flyer tomorrow for Chl j cago, where he goes on business, i IV. H. Townsend, of the firm of , Townsend & Akers of Santa Fe, is registered at bturges European ho tel. Manuel V. Vigil, a young attor ney of Trinidad, Is in the city and contemplates opening a law olllce here. J. F. Whlteforrf, -general round house Inspector, has returned to this city after a visit in several eastern points. Mrs. V. K. Cozlne, wife of the car penter foreman at the shops, left last night for Kansas City to visit rela tives. Dr. M. K. Wylder, chief surgeon for the American Lumiber company. Is In the Zunl mountains on profes sional business. Attorney Ellsworth Ingalls has re turned to his headquarters here from a business trip to the eastern paifl. of the territory. Conductor J. E. Watson, of Sin Marcial, accompanied by Mrs. Wat son, passed through the city this morning en route east. M. W. Flournoy will leave tomor row evening for Chicago aboard t!e Santa Fe llyer where he has been called on Important business. Oscar Otero, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Otero, left this morn ing for St. Louis to attend the Chris tian Brothers school at that place. W. S. Hopewell Is expected to reach this city this evening from San ta Fe and tomorrow evening he w;ll leave on the llyer for Chicago. George llutherford, the carpenter. I has returned Prom Elmdorf, N. where he spent several weeks doing contract work for the Socorro com pany. A. Elchwald, a prominent sheep raiser of Cuba, N. M., who haa been In the city several days to receive treatment for his eyes, returned home today. J. D. Carpenter, superintendent for the American Lumber company in the Zunl mountains, is In the city In conference with local officials of the company. Ef. Z. Ross, general manager for the Bluewater Development com pany, accompanied by E. S. Foote, went to Bluewater last evening. Mr. Footo has Just succeeded B. L. Davis as engineer for the Bluewater De velopment company. Mr. Davis owns a number of blooded race liorses which he will devote his time to In the future. Mrs. 1. D. ("overilale, 220 West Held avenue, announces her fall and winter millinery opening for Friday afternoon, Saturday and evening, St pi. 20 and 21. Mrs. Jay A. Hubbs aftd daughter, Miss .lenn lTiitdh who huvp lmen in Denver for the past few days, wltl leave that city tomorrow for Chicago, where Miss Hulbs will enter college. United States Attorney W. 11. 11. Uewellyn went to Santa Fe this morning to argue a demurrer In the rae of the United Slates against Dr. J. F. Sloan, who is charged with perjury In connection with locating coal lands. C. N. Cotton and daughter, of Gal lun, are In the city the guests of Su perintendent I. L. Hibbard, of Los Angeles. Mr. Cotton was recently appointed on the reception commit tee of the Montezuma null of the ter rltorial fair, W. H. Hulvy, well known In Al buquercjup, Is expected to pass through the city this evening en route from Chicago to Los Angeles. Mr. Hulvy Is a prominent banker In the big Windy City, who former ly resided In Al'buijuerque. Edward Oulckel, J. Kortter and II. Blueher left last niKht for Lake City, Colo., to inspect some mining property which they recently pur chased there. Col. E. W. Dobson, who appears as attorney for the three ALbuuuerqueans, will Join them In Denver within a few days. A. M. Dettlebach, secretary of the New Mexico Volunteer Firemen's as soclation. arrived last evening from Santa Fe. Mr. Dettlebach will have charge of the tiremen's tourney which will be pulled off in this city fair week, and is very busy making arrangements for the races. Mayor H. O. Hursum, of Socorro, who has been In the capital for the past ten days on business and politi cal matters, is expected to arrive here this evening en route to his nome at Socorro where he will take up the work of putting the Gem city In shape for the Socorro county fair. Jay A. Hubbs, manager of the ter ritorial fair, who Is in Denver attend ing to fair business, will leave there this evening en route to Albuquer que. He will try to line up tbe Trinidad baaball team for the big tournament here during the fair and will also try to secure a team from Las Vegas. SPKCIAL P.V-1).V SALE AT SCIIKKK & WAItMCKS MOW ii itMiniK stokk, nofl i: st CKNTUAL AVKMH. KITCIIKN TAIH.KS, $1.50 AMI VP; COOK STOVIX. $5.00 AM) VP: CHAIKS IOC. AMI VP: COMMOItRH $1.00 AMI VP; ltllKsMIUS, $8.01) AND VP. Xot a single case recorded of bar ber's itch from my shop. Every towel and razor thoroughly sterilized. T. O. Mason. 118 North Third, Ma sonic building. Just received a full line of the celebrated Dolgevllle felt slippers and shops for housewear. All sizes for children, women and men. They are unequalled for daintiness and com fort. C. May's Shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. MELONS Our watermelons are always fresh from the ranch and ab solutely guaranteed now 2 cents per pound and we fol low the market. We are handling the sweet est Rocky Fords sold In Albu querque. Try them. mmmmmmmmmma S I SlSSMSS MONARCH GROCERY CO. Rhone SO, 307 W. Central COAL AMERICAN BLOCK, CEIUULLOS LUMP, ANTHRACITE Furnace, Mixed, . Nut. CLEAN GAS COKE, SMITHING COAL. NATIVE KINDLING. FOR. CASH ONLY. WOOD TELEPHONE 91. W. H. HAHN & GO. 22 AN EYE OPENER A look at our new fall stock of Suits and Top Coats will convince even the most skeptical that it's not necessary now-a-days to pay fa custom tailor from $35 to $50 for a suit in order to be well dressed. It can be done here at a saving of $15 or $20 a Suit. Next Time You Buy Clothes ThinkCFarther Than the price, and the way they look when you try them on. Question is how will they . . . - loos in two or tnree montns r v o If they're Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes you can come pretty near telling how they'll look then; all-wool and good tailoring keep shape and cotton-mixed stuff doesn't. j DIAMONDS ARE TRUMPS ALL THE TIME IN'CtREASIXG IN' VALUE STEAD ILY. 15 TO 20 PEU CEN T. WE I HAVE FIVE HUXlMtElt ItOLLAKS, WOKTII OF SMALL STONES WE WILL SELL AT IOWEIt PRICES THAN THEY CAN BE liOUGUT AI j WHOLESALE. VAN'.N JEWELRY CO. One Door South of Drug Sup. We'll Show You the Right Kind SIMON STERN 5J-Lr BENNETT'S CURIO STORE 109 North First St. All Kinds of Indian and Mexican Goods. Ybo Cheapest Plaoe to buy Navajo Blankets and Mexican Drawn Work Mall Order Carefully and Promptly rilled. Notice of Sale. I have thUday sold my entire busi ness situated at Jemez Pueblo, San doval county, to L. K. Putney. I will pay all debts and collect all outstand ing accounts. R. UNES. DeWltt's CarboHzed Witch Hazel Salve Is Kood for bolls, burns, cuts, scalds and skin diseases. It Is es pecially (rood for piles. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly & Co. When you desire Absolute Comfort In Properly Fitted Glasses Consult us. BEBBER OPTICAL CO. Exclusive Opticians 1 10 South Second St. :: Lense Grinding Done on Premises coe JEWELER EVERY THING IN THE IEWELRY LIN FINE WATCH RtRAIRINQ tto South Second LQMMORl & COMPANY First Class Groceries and Meats 323 South Second Phono 791 MORE SUIT TALK How would you like a Suit custom-tailored to your individual order? Time was when custom-made garments were luxuries to be indulged in only by the rich, but under modern business methods, they cost no more than the hand-me-down. We have hundreds of fabrics, handsome and fine as the mills of Europe and America can weave, from which to select. We will make you a suit with a style, fit, finish and individuality that is impossible in a ready made, and this we guarantee. TJiTiiwrrn CLOTHIER C. Q. PERRY, HABERDASHER ' 119 SOUTH SECOND 2X Ol n Art & $T TP. nHJ M fT & Th. m eH r f m t k j r r. -w r r .7 1 1 jr "w a m i m j m m m - J k AVA Mrk L-ZSJf USS U W U ITA J 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Central and Copper Ave., 9 Aem f We Have a Very Desirable Line of STOVES RANGES ENAMELED WARE COOKING UTENSILS SADDLERY HARNESS BEST MADE LATEST LASTS The STETSON SHOE l ! I c' B 7 I -mmmmssmemm I mm ' H At Best Possible Prices . Let Us Supply Yout Needs lot the Fai W HITNEY CO XI PANY FALL STYLES NEW TOES E. L. Washburn Company I 6 Cj Champion Grocery Co. $ l it- li Mi-atx. Malih" uikl I'lim'v .i'ii-i'i-H. st'iiMiiiiililo I rolls aiul J j cm iniiicH. 2 622-24 W. Tijeras Phone 51 liiiiiitttiiiiui xoncK Ir. It. M. WIMIaint it i-:ti st II n moved to rooms 24 nnj Itariiftt IllilK- Most niOilrn 4 t el. i triial equiiniciit In South- t 4 West. - 4 y r ; f t v v i i MILLER HOME COMEORT and NATIONAL STEEL RANGES COOK STCVES HEATING STOVES 0 I 3 er-" ..5,;. v htifi '- -.- . - -. -. ijf SPORTING GOODS MINE AND MILL SUPPLIES i IMPLEMENTS and WAGONS PLUMBERS and SHEET METAL WORKERS ENAMEL and Jmtmi and a, I W t W 4 1 113113-117 SOUTH FIRST STREET AND 401 -403 NORTH FIRST STREET i I 6nbncrllK for Tlu CJUwn ond (el (be uewa.