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'ALBUQUERQUE J EVENING CITIZEN.
GE EIGHT. mcnsDAV. jamah v as. itot. y 'VrT"lL'V Tl' PERSONAL." V. ifTrlrT? If A' l'AKAdKAPHS IZiWzw fflli M I I II ! I I - Shoes of quality In our shoes you get the highest quality for the least money. They look good in the beginning and in the end show that they are as good as they looked. Every pair it a walking advertisement, demonstrating to the wearers during the wearing-out process that it is to their interest to wear our shoes. Men 1HT Slinr $2.50 to $5.00 .Men's Mm and W-k Klines 3.00 to 4.00 Men's Hunting SIhm S.R0 to 5.00 Women's High Shoes 1.15 to 5.00 Wnnwu's Inv Shoes 1.50 to 4.00 Women's SUppors 1.33 to S.0O Shoes for Hoys aiul Girls 1.00 to 1.75 tmamawawmawawmmmwrnBawaawamaawMaammmwaaamamawaaaawaammawaamm Regardless of Cost All Kinds of Winter Millinery Untrimmed Shapes, 25c. Street Hats. 50 and ?5c. Trimmed Hats at less than cost Ostrich Plumes at one-half price Some big bargains. ' Come and see for yourself MISSlilJTZ . 208 South Second mini THE . DIAMOND PALACE Railroad Avenue Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. Cut Glass, Clocks, SllYCTwsre. We In rite your trad and guarantee A Square Deal. OaWaKattaoaOattaK0OaOC000 HIGH XCL ASS . x, :Gleonlng:Pre&slng- - j - NONE BETTER IN THE CITY ova Montezuma Cleaning and Pressing Company 210 WEST GOLD PHONE 1105 Richelieu Coftee none better. There will be regular meeting of Klkx' lodge tonight at S o'clock. Wee P. F. Trotter whenever you need groceries. You'll get the beat. iHosket Ball game at Casino Frl I day night, January 24. U. N. M. va. I KM. 'Coyotes, badgers and all fur bear ers trapped to order. K. F. Cobb, the Albuquerque taxidermist. Raphael Tagltfarrlo, who was ar rested on Tuesday for harboring a dog wlthost a license, was fined 15 In Judge McfClelWui'B court yester day. I Try Richelieu Ketchup. R. P. Hall, of the Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works, has donated an Iron hitching post for In front of the headquarters of the Na tlnnal Irrigation congress In the Com mercial club building. There will be a regular mee Ing of the Woman's Christian Temperance l!nlon at the Congregational church, at the east end of the viaduct, tomor row afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mm Heald will conduct the meeting. As many members of the Eastern Star as possible, are requested to call tomorrow afternoon to attend the funeral of Mrs. Pearl Turner, 623 North Second street Carriages will be at the residence for all members. M. J. Drury, superintendent of ma chinery of the. western grand divi sion of the Han la Fe, Is In the city on official business. It Is reported that the Improvements planned for the local shops, which were called off last fall, will be made now. ers," a sndeiV organised. In lover several years ago and named In honor of Mr. riirker. Mr. Parker has been an Intimate friend of Mr. kersmi for yesrs. He left last even ing for California. TAXIDERMIST ALL FUR BEARERS TRAPPED TO ORDER Birds and Animals Mounted True to Life. Moth-Proof and Permanent. Work Guaranteed 210 WEST GOLD T. p. COBB jlbuquerque, n. n. Ultra tine canned pineapples at the Richelieu. Special . communication of Temple 1 ,0(10 No. 6, A. F. & A. M. at the Masonic Temple this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Work In the K. A. degree. Visiting Masons are cordially Invited to attend. By order of the W. M. Frank. H. Moore, secretary. The Kids and the basket ball team from the university are preparing for a final contest to be played at the Casino tomorrow evening. Each team has a victory to Its credit and the rubber promises to be a hard fought contest. A dance will fol low the game. Richelieu olives, the best on any market. M. B. Austin left this morning for his home at Paduca, Mich., after having seen Mrs. Austin comfortably settled for the winter. Mrs. Austin has come to Albuquerque to escape the rigorous winter weather of Mich igan. Mr. AuHtln Is a conductor on the N. C. ft C. L. railroad running out of Paduca. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hubbell and son, James, left this morning, for fenver,. where the young man is be. rig taken for the purpose of having a, specialist examine his eyes,, which have become so weak during the past few days that he could not resume his studies in the Roswell Military Institute, where he was a member of the senior class, the 1908 graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell may be absent from the city a week or ten days. The young man may be left In Denver for treatment. Al Rankin, the veteran Santa Fe train Inspector, who has a. Job creat ed especially adapted to his knowl edge of the railroad business. Is In the city diagnosing the ailments of trains that do not arrive and depart on time in ajid out of Albuquerque. Mr. Rankin says that It's so warm In Kansas that the farmers have to use liquid air to keep winter wheat from going to seed. People are sleeping with their windows open. with no covering but a sheet, and are weurlng out their last summer's suits. t, W. Parker, of Dover, N. II., was the guest of James Wllkerson, president of the Albuquerque Wool Scouring mills. Monday. Mr. Wll kerson, assisted by Judge Ellsworth Ingalls. entertained hlf guest with automobile drives to every point of Interest In the city. Mr. Parker la sheriff of Stratford county, and en Joys the distinction of being a charter member of the "Albuquerque Rang- Oallup. N. M., May 8. 107. Mr. F. B. S-,weniker, Pacific Mut ual Life Insurance Company, Albu querque, N. M. My Dear Sr: Replying to your favor of 5-, It gives me great pleas ure to state that In regard to my re cent claim against the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance company for septic poisoning, accident policy No. 1.014,- K5, the company noted very hand eumely In the settlement of same. 1 believe that It Is their Intention and custom always to act fair and square with their policy holders, and o far as my experience goes, their policy nas always been liberal and Just. With kindest regards. Very truly yours. (Signed) Wm. II. Bt'RR. Dr. Burr Is company physician for the A. T. ft H. p. Hy. Co., at Osllup, New Mexico. BACK FROM WOOL Harry F. Te, secretary of the New Mexico Wool Growers' association, who returned to the city yesterday rrom Helena, Mont.', where he went to attend the 44th annual session of the National Wool Growers' conven tion, says that the meeting was the largest, most beneficial and most en thusiastic meeting In the forty-four year's history of the organisation. The New Mexico delegation was Joined by the Wyoming delegates at Larime, Colo., In going and went from there to Helena on a special train accompanied by a brass band. Mr. fe was the first of the New Mexico delegation to return home, several of the others stopping in Do.ver and others going east. The convention adopted many I rentable resolutions regarding for est reserved -and grazing privileges on government lands. BASKET BALL AT TRACTION PARK CASINO Varsity and Ksla Will Play Rubber or sorlee of Tliree . Games. APPLICATION IXK GRAZING AI. PLICATIONS. Notice Is hereby given that all ap plications for permits to graze gattle. horses, sheep and goats within the Jemes National Forest during the season of 1908. must be filed In my office at Santa Fe, New Mexico, on or before February It, 1008. Full In formation in regard to the tgrasing fees to be charged and blank forms o he used In making application will I be furnished- upon request. ross McMillan, : Supervisor. MISS MAUQl'KrUTK' I. IILACI1LX raduate of the New Haven Normal School of Gymnastics. Teacher of physical training and dancing. Ad- ress 317 South Arno street. - There Is likely to be a lively game of basket ball at the Casino tomor row evening, If rivalry for supremacy of a white heat temperature Is an indication. There are Ave young men from the Institution o learning on the hill who think that they have another five of about, their weight living In the city known as the Kids, already neteated. by a score something like as to 18. . They believe that they have the laurels already won and have been boasting In a manner and with a 8hwi.f confidence that has caused the city chaps to take more than casual aotice. The. Kids,. have won one game ii nd the Varsity quintette has won one and the rubbber Is going to be hotly contested. . To throw In a good measure for the price that they are going to charge spectators for witnessing the game, the basket . balllsts are going to give a dance to follow the sport. The teams will line up as follows: Varsity K. Heald, center, G. Cornish, forward, W. Gales, for ward, W. Gallea, guard, H. Galles, guard. Kids W. Anderson, center, F. Elliot, forward, W. McMlllen, for ward, C. Wlgely, guard, C, Lembke. guard. 0OK3KDOK)OKO4K4K E. L. Washburn Company OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS TOR SALK. The Zelger, Cafe bar fixtures; this is the Sliest set of bar fixtures ever brought to New Mexico', costing ex ceeding S4.S00.0O These fixtures must be sold at once, and may be bought at' bargain prices. ' Address at once or see, H. S. Knight, Room , Cromwell BIdg., Albuquerque, N. M., and I will give you a bargain never before offered In New Mexico. KODOL Is the best irmedy known today for dyspepsia. Indigestion and all troubles arising from a disorder ed stomach. It Is pleasant, prompt and thorough. Sold toy J. H. O'Rlelly Co. FKE'B HOME! MADE CANDIES. WALTON'S Ultl'G STORE. l9 West Gold Avenue 122 South Second Street The last week for cut prices ALL BLUE AND BLACK SUITS RESERVED $15.00 Good Business Suits reduced to $12.00 ZZ 1 8.00 Kuppenheimer well made suits reduced to 1 4.40 r 20.00 Dressy Suits, new patterns, reduced to.. 15.00 22.50 very nobby Worsted Suits reduced to.. .. 18.00 25.00 Stein-Bloch Dressy Suits reduced to 20.00 30.00 Stein-Bloch Finest Suits reduced to 24.00 BOYS' SUITS $ 5.00 Cassimere Suits, knee pants $ 4.00 5.50 Dressy Worsted Suits, knee pants 4.40 12.50 Young Men's Suits, long pants 10.00 DeWltt's CarbollzeC. vritch Hazel Salve Is especially recommended for piles. Sold By J. H. O'RJelly Co. Our line of Boys" Seamless shoe excels by far In wear anything of fered in this city at the same price Heavy calf uppers,, strong solos, well made, 9 to 13. 11.25; 1 to 2, 11.50 1H to 6Vi, $1.76 C. MAY'S SHOE STORE, 314 West Central Ave. ROUGH DRY. Do you know what thU means? If not ask our drivers to explain It to you. MISS MAINLINE ST. C. I1L- (.'11 LY. of Knox Conservatory, Gales burg, III., and pupil Of Madame Hess liurr. of Chicago, teacher of singing, Address, 317 South Arno street. It Does the Business. Mr. K. K. Chamberlain, of Clin ton, Maine, says of Bucklen's Arnica salve. "It dees the business; I have used It for piles and It cured them used It for chapped nanus and l cured them. Applied it to an old sore and it healed it without leav Ing a car behind." 2So at All Deal ers. KFE'S ItKI.H'IOl'H HOT CIIOCO LATE. WALTON'S DUKi STORE, FOR RENT RESIDENCE AT 242 NORTH EDITH. APPLY OLD TOWN IfXSTOFFICK. OR. C. H. CONNER omrroATMio HriicMNisNo m uit or on All Curmbim 0seasss Tromttd. No CAargs tor ContultoUon. SJ4 M. r. Arm (Jo Mulldlmi SHRINERS LEFT THEIR .CHAPERON. BEHIND llnl So ill Uting lltat Are Not to be I on nd In the lUUial IVstk. Rice W. Hoyt, chief clerk to Agent T. K. Purdy of the fanta Fe, had the distinction of being chosen by District I'assenger Agent W. R. Brown to accumiiany the San Fran c'sco Hhrlners. who were In the city on Tuesday, from Albuquurque to tne Gisnd canyon. Helng a wearer of .the fez himself. Mr. Jloyt felt quite at home In the capacity for which he had been chos en and Immediately began his duties right by taking in tow the chief of ficial of the party. The two private en oecup.ed by the party were at tached to train No. 1. but No. 1 was late. To kl.l time and make things H pleasant as po.lble, Mr. Hoyt was showing the distinguished Shrlners the courteslis. Western hospitality was Indulged in with great liberali.y Several times the visitor asked If they had not better get on the train-. "Oh. no," sail Mr. Hoyt, "It won't leave me. Have no fear; we will be called." But they were not called, and the lights of the speeding train were Just lsuppearlng In the lower yard as the two walked out on the platform. What Mr. Hoyt Is alleged to have said, and what the distinguished Shrlner said is not found in the rit ual books of the lodge. They Joined the special party, how ever, by .taking train No. 7, which overtook No. 1 at Wlnsiow, Ariz. Our green tag sale is drawing to a close, but we still have plenty of good bargains. We are likely to have cold weather for some time to come, and as we offer a discount of 20 to SO per cent on all of our Winter Stock, you cannot lose even if you buy a Suit or Overcoat for next season. Come and see us. It will pay you. THE CENTRAL AVE. CLOTHIER When the Stomach, Heart, or Kld- ev nerves get weak, then these or gans always fall.. . Don't drug the Stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That Is simply a makesnin. Get a prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr. Shoop'a Re storative. The Restorative is pre nnrert exoressly for these weak In side nerves. Strengthen these nerves, build them up with Dr. Shoop's Re storative tablets or llqnld and see how oulcklv helD will come. Free sample test sent on request by Dr. Shoop, Racine, wis. xour neaun is surely worth, this simple test. All ueaiera. . . . 1K YOU WAN A GOOD DINNER? eat wrrn the ladies of TirE MT. E. CHURCH FRIDAY AT NOON AND AT 6:30. TUKKRY DTNNEOT WITH THE USUAL FRILLS." 3 'ENTS, . .-' WANTED To loaui - 25,000 on first class buslne property. A. Montoya, 215 Went Gold avenue.. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup acts upon the bowels and thereby drives the cold out 01 tne system. It contains no opiates it Is pleasant to take and la highly recommended for children. Sold by J. H. o Kieuy Co. ROOMS FOR RENT. (Nicely furnished rooma with use of bath, steam heat and all conven- ences. No Invalids. Hotel Cralge. Silver avenue. i a SOc Bottles Ijee's Liquid Germo- zone 40c .Vie Patn Wages lire's Ccrmoaone Tablets ... . . . i 40c 2.o Paekagen T,eo's Krg Maker. tOc S2.SO Pall Lee's Stock Food. -..$3.00 $3.00 Pall Lee's Egg Maker. ... 1.60 These goods are prepared by the Geo. II. Iiee Co., Omalas. E. W. Feov 602-604 S. First SU Phone 16. ATTENTION! EYES RIGHT! If your eyes are not right call on me and lex me fit them with glasses that will make them right. S. T. VANN DOCTOR OF OPTICS VANN JEWELRY CO. One Door South of Drug Store. H. W. SCHROEDER . Teacher of Violin ALSO MANAGER OF Schroeder's Orchestra Room 28 Barnott BIdg. A Rarebit to be properly prepardhould be made in a Maiming, Bowman Cuafing Dish. Alwavsreadv, no worrying about fire. Simply a ma'tca, and in a few minute the v Banning, Bowman & Co'. Chafing Dish has produced a dainty morsel to regale your guests. Ue sure to are that your chafing dish is supplied with the ptii tefl iMmkfi ''IvoiTf uh led food pan found only in Man ning, bowman Co, Chafing IHshe. v roa BALE Chafing Dish WILL CHANGE YOUR Room into a Home The Greatest Convenience of the age. Cook Anything. -. 1 . $4.50 to $13.50 Vagner Hardware Co. ' 321-323 West Central WE GUARANTEE Ftsll 2,000 Potmds In everjr ton 'of coal leaving our yard, and have al ways made this guarantee. The following ad, or one similar to it, appeared for years in both our daily pa pers. J 2,000 Pounds Guaranteed or a Present Made of the Coa). We defy any individual, firm or corporation to truth fully say that short weight was ever given to any of mir customers. WE HANDLE THE BEST Gallup Coal, American Block, Crested Butte Hard Coal, Furnace, Stove and Xut. Also Hill Wood. Mountain Wood, Kindling and Coke. JOHN S. BEAVEN 502 South First r WE HAVE A NEW ASSORTMENT Or GARDEN IMPLEMENTS AND RANCH SUPPLIES Shovels, Forks, Hoes, Rakes, Wheelbarrows, etc. "John Deere" Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Planters Mako Your Boloctlon Now Whllo tho Stock la Ntw and Oomplato POULTRY - NETTING - AND - ROOFING - IRON frlcaa A I way a Right .: ::.. v : .."". . ' wo Aim to Rloaaa