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,n t7? 'ALBUQTJEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
svTiTtn.w, rannt Aiiv i. EIGHT. i i i i i i i i i i i & cm K3i4 WEST Pa"" WADAYE.T Porosis Shoes FOR WOMEN They look swell, they fit perfectly and they are UNEXCELLED IN WEAR They are the s-hoes to buy if you care to save money and have your feet look and feel their uest. Style 466 l'atent Kid Lace, light turn soles, high Cuban heels $4-Oo Style 402. Cloth top. Kid uppers, light turn sole, military heels, lace $3-5 Style 9. Black Kid uppers, heavy extension sole, low heel, round toe, Lace $3-5 Style 3 Hlack upper, light extension sole, medium high heel, l'atent tip $3-50 Style 27. Rox Calf upper, extra heavy extension sole, broad toe, low heel. Lace $3-5 Regardless ofCost All Kinds of Winter jftillinery Untrimmed Shapes. 25c. Street Hats, 50 and T5c. Trimmed Hats at less than cost Ostrich Plumes at one-half price Some big bargains. Come and see for yourself MISS bUTZ 208 South Second Willi THE DIAMOND PALACE Rallroat Avenue Dlnnionds, Watclicn, Jewelry, Cut ;taN. Clocks, Silverware. Invite your trade and tmnrantee A Square Deal. We PERSONAL 1 A KA GRAPHS ILE1 US Clean YOURSUIT Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments SATISFACTION OR NO MONEY Montezuma Cleaning and Pressing Company om wt?rt fiOT.n ptthmw imp; oooooooooooc TAXIDERMIST FUR BEARERS TRAPPED TO ORDER Birds and Animals Mounted True to Life.' 'T Moth-Proof and Permanent. Work Guaranteed 210 WEST GOLD E. F. COBB AIBUQL'ERQUE, N. M. r! r 1 ai i oniMirivT sr 119 West Gold Ave. - 122 South Second St. We have just received our new line of c .0 opring and oummer Fine Shirts J From! ft Wilson Brothers J Cuffs attached or detached, oc 1 the best shirt makers in the world All the Newest Designs in Black and White Effects, also Colors, at $1.00 and $1.25 each. Mrs. K. ). Wetclciiiiiiyer, of New Yoik, in rt'Kh-tM'pil at Hi'' Alvai'mln. Si-e F. F. Trotter whenever you lU'eil gructrii'!". You'll get the best. Oscar r.luelKT arrived tulay finm a tv Mvk-' !einure trip In the north. Try Itkhelieu Ketchup. Krniest Myi-rs returned to the city this morning from a bu.ilne;s trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Marie, of Xor tonville, Ka-s.. are visiting tlielr daughter, Mrs. M. C lraly. Itlchelieu fine canned pineapples at the nichelleu. K. Ii. Washburn, of the K. U. Wiisliliiini company. Is confined at hin home on the Highlands with ihe grip. Judge 1m , Aliboit will go to Iternaliilo Mum, lay morning to open a week's se.s.-.lon of the Sandotal foil 1 1 1 y court Itlchclieu olive?, the best on any inaiket. J. .1. Slieridan. ."peeial oflicer for the Minla Ke. returned to the city this morning from an ofiii-lal trip to poini.s in Colorado. J. M. lyima, treasurer and ex-of-llcio collector of Valencia county. ;is In the el'y from Ijos Iunas this morning attending 10 business. Kii.helicu Coffee none better. Miss .May Whilsell, who has lieeti the gu-.st of her cousin, Mrs. Harvt Mooie. the pas; two months, left this morning for her home in Trini dad. M. Iit-Leon, the halter, has sold out his business here anil will leave In a few days for Ko.swel, thence to San iJiego, Cal., where he expects to loca te permanently. The l'-almcr Social cam)), M. W. A . w ill hold a regular mee-.ing .Mon day night "t Heil Men's hall. Im portant business. A musical pro giam will be given. There will.be a regular meeting of the Fraternal lirotherhood held at the lodge room .Monday, February 3, by order of president. Frances Jiye, secretary. 11. A. Harris, supervisor .if the Manzano and Ml. Taylor National Forests, Is spending a few days in the ManKano mountains intending to olliclal business. Frank iiaughm-.in. who came to AlhU'iueniU'- about six months ago from Si. Loui.-i for his health, left this morning on his return home. Mr. Jfaughman is not expected to live. A solemn requiem mass will be said In the Church of the Immaeu latu Concep;hn Monday, February 3, at S o'clock, for the repose of the foul of Mariano S. Otero, who died February 1, l'JOl. A. lierta, who will be remembered as a former chef at the Alvarado, has returned to the cliy from Chi cago, where he was chief chef at the Wellington hotel. Mr. lierta was accompanied by Mrs. lierta. The management of the Golden llule Hry Goods company announces in a large advertisement In this issue of The Citizen that the tale which began laet Monday will be continued for four days longer. At the morning hour of worship at the Methodist church tomorrow Mrs. C. A. Frank will sing "The Singing In God's Acre," by Urackelt. mid In the evening Prof. Gibhs will play. The public is invited. Samuel A. Speedy, of 615 Central uvenue, died this morning at 12:30 o'clock. Mr. Speedy came here about six months ago from Toronto, O. The remains have been eari-d for by French & Adams and will he shipped to his former home. The evening service at the Alein- idist church tomorrow will be in charge of the Krotherhooa or St. I'aul. The High School Glee clul) will .sing two selections. I'rof. J. L. Gibhs' will render a violin solo and Mrs. C. A. Frank will sing "Galilee" with violin obligato. Uemurrcrs In the cases of Iiogers and Lay against the American Lum ber company were overruled yester day In the Second district court. The defendants will now have to answer the complaints. The suits are for damages tile plaintiffs allege they received as a result of injuries re ceived while in the employ of the com pany. R. A. Tavls, local agent for the rulimaii company, s-.iid this morning that it was Important that the com mittee in charge of running the Al buquerque business men's trade ex cursion should know positively what they are going to do as soon as pos sible, as he would have to order the cars with broiler and buffet equip ment from Chicago, anJ it will re quire considerable time for them to get iii-re. John F. Gilbert, the artist, who Is doing Albuquerque for the "Seeing America First" magazine with a view to giving the city a descriptive write-up, expects to leave tomorrow morning for Las Vegas. Mr. Gilbert had good success in Albuquerque re ceiving orders for a large number of xtra copies of his magazine. Col. H. K. Titchell, secretary of the Nation al Irrigation congress, will have a special article In "Seeing America First" on the approaching congress. Col. V. S. Hopewell, chairman the hoard of control of the National Irrigation congn-ss, left last night for New York City, where be Is call ed on business in connection with the proposed Albuquerque F.asteru railway. After llnlshlng his business at New York, Col. Hopewell will go to Washington to assist the Now Mexico delegation there now in se curing an appropriation from the na tional government for the support of the Sixteenth Irrigation congress. An appropriation of I (n will be ask ed for. James Hays, for several years a carpenter in the employ of the Santa Fe on the Itlo Grande division, Is In the city on nls way from California to Kort Ilayard, N. M ., where he will enter the employ of J. A. Harlan, the well known contractor. Mr. Hays lef; the Santa Fe a few years ago nn, went with the Kl l'aso South western, loiter he went to Califor nia, where he winked at his trade until a week ago. Mr. Hays has many friends In New Mexico, who will welcome his return. He is a llrst class carpenter. TOO I-VI K TO CUVSSM Y. W ANTin A nurse girl for ehlldr.-n. i06 West Central. Thursday, in., sharp, February fi. at 1:.10 p. at the home of M. J. 0 lionohoe, f,i7 North Fourth street. 1 will acll nt auction thirty young hens; also the handsome furnishings of Mr. Olionohoe's six room house, conslsiing of range, dishes, glass ware, kitchen utensils, refrigerator, dining tahltis, dining chairs, linol eum, sideboard, rockers, parlor fur niture, center tables, wash stand, dressers, brass and wooden beds, cots, springs, mattresses, lace cur tains, carpets, large axmlnster rug, five genuine oriental rugs, mahogany tete-a-tete, table, arm chair and straight chtalrs, $ 4 i pinno. etc Nothing sold private. Inspect Wed nesday before sale. SCOTT KNIGHT. Auctioneer. A WORD TO THE WISE We will most likely have plenty of cold weather before the advent of spring. Now is the time to buy Winter Goods, even if you buy them for next season. llANKKT HAM A. X. M. AT CASINO. O't liOCK. 1N i: .AMI-.. All.MlH.slOX II. S. VS. U. it:h. 5. 8 AFTKIt THE as ckm-s. TIIK HKI'ITATIOV OF THF, FASHION ( Al l: IS AI.KKAUY KS TMtl.lsllKll. THY YOIK XKXT M XCH WITH Til KM. To Cure n Cold In One D;. Take LANATIVK HKOMO Quinine Taioet-. Inuggist9 refund tnonev If It fails to cure. K. W. GROVE'S signature la on each box. 25e. ST. VAI.KNTIXKS IAV. St. Valentine lived in the time of Kmperor Claudius of Rome. After his conversion to the Christian reli gion. Claudius sent one Asterlus to try to bring him back to Paganism. This Asterlus had a blind daughter whom St. Valenilne miraculously healed. Asterlus was thereby con verted to toe Christian religion, and all his household was baptized Into that faith. This so enraged Claud ius that he had St. Valentine thrown Into prison, where he languished for years and was finally beneaded on Fobruaty 14, L'70 A. II. U is difficult for historians to connect the present celeorntioii with (his little-known saint, as the Komans had a similar . celebration about the same time, called "Lupercalla." Then for cen turies the Kngllsh and French have celebrated In similar fashion a "Feast of tne Spring." Indies' names were put into a box ami young men drew ' them out. In the time of Charles II It was I popular in court circles for both married and unmarried women to receive missives on this day. Later the practice of sending valentines to married ladies was discontinued. The young man, however, who sent a valentine to his lady love was sup posi l in remain true to her for n year That obligation no longer exists. Now everyone sends valentine?. We have a good line of valentines on sale. Come in and look them over. Prices all tne way irom i to the cheapest comic. STRONG'S BOOK STORK, Phone 1104. Next Door to P. O. The In-.-1 remedy known today for oil stomach troubles Is K-nlol. which is gnu runt I to give prompt relief. It l. n natural d gestant; It digests what you eat. It is pleasant to take. Sold by J. H. o'llielly Co. Dr. Vaucaire's Formula Rerommenilefl by Mrs. Henrj Symes. to develop the bust from 4 to 6 Inches. ! Guaranteed to be made from the 1 true C.alega Extract. Is perfectly hai mless. The Vaucalre Formula Is a general tonic, but It has a specific effect upon i the bust. Price 75 cents. For sale by Highland Pharmacy and Al- j varado Pharmacy i 20 TO 40 PER GENT OFF on Winter Suits, Overcoats, Flannel Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Sweaters, etc." We are taking our Annual Inven tory now and are anxious to close out all heavy merchandise. P. MATTEUCCI SHOE STORE AND REPAIRS Green Front 105 North First Street WEIL MACHINERY AN3 SUPPLIES o Twelve di Keren I styles of Machines nuiUthlc for all formations and depth, any kind of power de sired. W rite for circular A. C. P. Taneyhill, Oklahoma City, Okla. I'KK.IO HOT TI UKKY 1,1'NCII AT Tin: oxi'oi:i miT trr tomchit IHOM 9TO). 0 Stated conclave of Pilgrim Com- mandery, No. 3. K. T., Monday even ing. Fen. Sd. at 7:30. All Sir Knights are earnestly requested to be present for practice In sword manual and drill. By order of the Em. Commander. HAKItV lm.M'X, Kecd. Ill Il.niXfJ FOK SALE. FOUH-IIOOM FRAME IH'ILIMXO ON SITE OF NEW ARMORY 1.1 II,1II;. 507 X. SILVER AVE., Ml ST RE SOU) AT OXCE. IM1S WILL RE RIX-EIVEI) FOR SAME AT MY OFFICE. 201 i EAST EX TRAL AVE., CI TO 2 1. M. FEll. k. inns. V. Ci. HOl'E. Chairman. 1M XOr FOIUJET THE OPEX 1; OF THE MONTEZCMA SAMMX SATl'RDA Y EVENINCJ, I-'EHRCARY 1ST, I108. ROOMS FOR REXT. Nicely furnished rooms with use of bath, s'eam heat and all conven iences. No invalids. Hotel Cralge. Silver avenue. imimi inn riiNi FRUITS ON THE MARKET Are you looking for lomrrninK? Re member the want columns of The Evening Citizen are for your especial benefit. It talks to the people and they talk to you FOR REXT RESIDENCE AT 202 NORTH EDITH. Al'I'LY OLD TOWX I'OSTOKI'ICE. Free turkey lunch at Oxford l!uf fet tomorrow evening. FEE'S DELK'lOl'S HOT CHOCO LATE. WALTON'S DRl'Ci STOKE. Mail Orders Solicited OR. C. H. CONNER OtTCORATHIC RHYBICIAN AND BUROmON All Curabl Dltmmfn Tratd. No Chargm for Conmultat.on 924 N. r. Armljo Bulldlnv five i;k; meaus. as good as Till: REST MOTH ER EVER XOK ED. MV UK HAD AT THE FASH ION CAFE, o A healthy man Is a king In his own right; an unhappy man is an unhappy slave. Hurdock Rlood Hit ters builds up nound health keeps you well. APPLES Gano, Lauver, Bellflower, Sheepnoae Dates, Figs, Oranges, Lemons, Grapefruit and Cocoanuts TyleT Post Office Opposite ZZXZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZXZXZTZXZ ATTENTION! EYES RIGHT! If your eyes are not right call on me and let me fit them with glasses that will make them right. S. T. VANN DOCTOR OF OPTICS VAXX JEWELRY CO. One Hour South of Drug Store. H. W. SCHROEDER Teacher of Violin ALSO MANAGER OF Schroeder's Orchestra Room 28 Barrtett Bio's. SIMON STERN THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER ooooooooooooo coooooooooooo There are no better ranges in the world than Tirc Majestic Range Just a soon as an improved feature makes its appear ance in the science of stove building, the idea is at once ap plied to this range, with the result that the Majkstic of to day represents all the best features of all makes. In addi tion to tins, it is con- rib un cm I 1VI MJ La I IW, erial that purposes It will H structed of mat' to all common is unbreakable, save you time, fue' work; and produce best of results. Buy a Ma- JESTIC you will never S need another. trl the Id and MAJESTIC Mrs. CO. 5T. LOUIS. MHJCSTIC I ST.intlt5.kt Jk 4 X n o n Prices $61.00 to $68.00 tbk" : r Bitvoinr I! i jEcf 'w 'Til r 5s THE GREAT MAJESTIC. Wagner Hardware Co. 321-323 West Central K)0K3C000QO0O00 0000CO0C)CK30Cc3 WE GUARANTEE Fall 2,000 Potmds In every 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. 2,000 Pounds Guaranteed or a Present Made of the Coal. We defy any individual, firm or corporation to truth fully say that short wight was ever given t any of our customers. WE HANDLE THE BEST Gallup Coal, American r.loek, Crested Butte Hard Coal, Furnace, Siove and Xut. Also Mill Wood. Mountain Wood, Kindling and Coke. JOHN S. BEAVEN 502 Sooth First Spring Styles of 908 I) a V n n x n B 0 H n Just Received and on Display. Manhattan Shirts Earl & Wilson Shirts Fobash & Crosscttc Low Quarter Shoes M. MANDELL FINE CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 8 1 3 U H n n u M U n H n k n H n n