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ALBUQUERQUE E1ENIN0 CITIZEN.
tikrsday. REmainm 2, in7. 1 i PAG K EIGHT. ' i inn 1 1 nmi BOYS' SHOES BOYS WILL BE BOYS And it is quite a problem to shoe them. We have the foot wear that stands the racket, with plenty of style CMIU lUllllui i tin vnn imuuv . of wear defying leather with Vft good strong soles ana wen stitched to hold. Built on lasts that are natural neat and trim. If you can not come your self send your boy. We him properly. 9 to 13 10 1,75 131-2 to 2 1.50 to 2.25 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 8 1.75 to 2 50 HANDSOME MILLINERY THESE ARE HAT BUYING DAYS MISS LUTZ 208 South Second EYEIITT THE DIAMOND PALACE Railroad Avenue Ilnnitinil, Wntrhos, Jewelry, Cut f;ln. Clocks Silverware. Invite your trade ami Riinrantre A Square Oral. CLOTHES TO FIT II THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO. Plumbers 321-323 W. Central Avenue Tinners THE BEST BAR NOME I 1 lh H i . I -J We say nothing we do not prove. Stein-Bloch Clothes will fit you stylishly beyond your furth est hope. The proof is in the try on. Try. $18 to $30 a Suit 35 E. L. WASHBURN CO. Use ? IK FLOUR It is the BEST HARD WHEAT FLOUR MADE When you desire Absolute Comfort In Properly Fitted Glasses Consult us. BEBBER OPTICAL CO. Exclusive Opticians 1 10 South Second St. :: Ltnse Griming Dona on Premises COE JEW CLE EVERY THING ,IN THE JEWELRY LINE F.NE WATCH RtPAIRINQ PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS A. Perea, of isernalillo. Is In the city on buslnr-s. Fred Otero has returned from a buHines trip to iSanta Fe. Hev. John It. ia.Hj was a north bound passenger this morning. Deputy Sheriff Montoya left this morning on a business trip to Kstan fla. Mrs. J. A. Wi'inmann returned to the city this murniiiK from a pleas ure trip to Denver. Robert Schonf has returned from a visit of several months' duration at his home In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sedlllo are enjoyliif? a visit from Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Miera, of Magdalena. Clinton J. Crnndall, superintend ent of the U. S. Indian school at Santa Fe, spent a few hours here last night on 'business. Howard Clark, of the Benham In dian Trading company, left this af-! ternoon for the west aboard the California, limited. Dr.- H. I... Cliilon, a well known dentist of WInslow. Ariz., arrived on the limited today from the east and Is stopping In the city while on his way home. Thos. Pattlson, superintendent of the American Fuel company's coal mines at Gibson, N. M., Is In the city accompanied by John Jennings, an other otliclal of the company. Miss Josephine Campfleld. daugh ter of Mr. ad Mrs. Q. A. Camptleld. left this afternoon on the limited for Los Angeles, w here she will enter the Girls' Collegiate school of that place. Mr. and Mrs, Watson Downs, of Denver, are in the city the guests of relatives and will remain until af ter the fair.. Mr. Downs was a for mer employe of tlje Albuquerque postoftlce. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Heaven are enjoying a visit from Mr. and Mrs. A. C. CoveU, prominent Teople of Santa Monlta, Cal. Mrs. Covell and Mrs. Beaven are sisters. The city board of education has decided to dismiss school two days of fair week. The school will let out on Wednesday evening and remain j closed until the following Monday. Judge A. J. Abbott, special attor ney for the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico. Is In Albuo.uero.ue attending court looking after the interests of his clients in cases coming up where saloon keepers are charged with selling liquor to the red men. . Charlie Rhoades, better known as "Dustv" Rhoades, who has been do ing some artistic box work for the St. Louis National league this year, passed through the city last night en route to Socorro, where he will pitch for the Gem City lilues during the approaching tournaments, both In Socorro and Albuquerque. W. V. Shumway, the linotype op erator, has returned from Trinidad, wtoere he accompanied the Albu querque baseball team several weeks ago and remained to work on the Trinidad newspapers. Mr. Shumway says that the second game played at Trinidad should have been 1 to 0 in favor of the locals Instead of being a victory for Trinidad. Attorney H. B. Holt, of Las Cru ces passed through the city this morning en route to Washington, D. C. Mr. Holt says that the diversion dam. which is a part of the .Elephant Hutte dam Irrigation project, is about completed. The Mesilla valley lost its fruit crop tnis year, Dut tne alfalfa crop Is a large one, and the price of alfalfa Is quite satisfactory to the raisers. F. T. Becket, the Santa Fe locat ing engineer, who has charge of the surveys being made from the Silver City branch Into the Burro moun tains, passed through the city this morning en route to his home at Woodward. I. T., to visit his family for a week. Mr. Becket says that several surveys have been made but as yet It 'has not been deemed whether the road will be built or not. Tom and Kllle, the clever Navajo and hN famous blanket weaver wife of the Alvarado curio rooms, are ex pected to return to the city tomorrow from a visit to his relatives on the reservation In Arizona, (luce a year Tom and Kllle have to visit the res ervation and parade their newly found wealth, fancy clothes and abundance of Jewelry accumulated while working In the curio store to their red brothers. They are the aris trocrats of the nation. A few years ago it wait with the greatest difficulty that a Navajo was Induced to leave the re-ervation. Now they will bid against each other for a chance to leave the reservation to work In a curio store. iPiill iff Yxu-itt DIAMONDS ARE TRUMPS ALL THE TIME IXOHEASING IX VALVE STEAD ILY, 15 IX) 20 PF.Il CENT. WE HAVE FIVE HLMKE1 DOLLARS WORTH OF SMALL STONES WE WILL SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN THEY CAN HE BOUGHT At W HOLEKALE. VAXX JEWELRY CO. One Door South of Drug Stonp. Bring the whole family to our store and fit them out for this sea son, if you mention anything we haven't got, we will get it for you. Swell new styles for dress up shoes. Regular lines for work days. We aim to please and satisfy. C. May's Shoe Store, 314 West Central avenue. IIOOSIER KITCHEN CAniXETS AT REDUCED PRICES. MISSION PARIX1R SET. 4 PIECES, VERY CHEAP. KCIIEER & WARLICK, 200 EAST CENTRAL AVENLE. Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaftner & Ma.- YOU want your clothes to fit; we won't sell them to you if they don't Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes are made to fit; they're the best clothes made; all wool, and tailored right. Fall styles now ready. A revelation in Up-to-date clothing $22.00 to $28.00 SIMON STERN EiSSL, COKE! COKE! Wo now liandle jrootl, clean coke. Also the Crvwiitl lintte Anthracite Conl. JOHN S. BEAVEN. BENNETT'S CURIO STORE t09 North First St. All Kinds ot Indian and Mexican Goods, t'he Cheapest Place to buy Navajo Blankets and Mexican Drawn Work Mall Order Carefully and Promptly Pilled. SUSTS TIHJM T LGGIX MADE TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL ORDER FROM THE Handsomest Fabrics on the Market They cost no more than the hand-me-down, and you know how much better they look. Absolute Satisfaction is our Guarantee. C. G. PERRY 119 South Second &UU3MIUJ EES 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET Between Central end Copper A ve., We Have a Very Desirable Line of HIGH PRICES will prevail in CANNED FRUITS this winter: We still have a big stock of all varities at The Same Old Prices MONARCH GROCERY CO. Phone OO, 307 W. Central STOVES RANGES ENAMELED WARE COOKING UTENSILS SADDLERY HARNESS At Best Possible Prices Let Us Supply Yotif Needs lot the Fait WHITNEY COMPANY Wliolewale i ri el Ketpll MILLER HOME COMEORT and NATIONAL STEEL RANGES COOK STOVES HEATING STOVES ENAMEL and TINWARE ilr- T I TV 1 ' f 4 MINE AND MILL SUPPLIES IMPLEMENTS and WAGONS PLUMBERS and SHEET METAL WORKERS SPORTING GOODS and AMMUNITION 1 13-1 13 117 SOUTH FIRST STREET AND 401-403 NORTH FIRST STREET VTA id. PI t1 ft 1 1