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pa or Rioirr. TtXMlV. AIMtll. J. oacoooeoooooeoo osK)oeooeoo waamaammmmmmmmmjaaaamaaamamaaaamamaaaaawmawaaataamaaamamaamammmaaamaamamam FETCHING FOOTWEAR Spring requires a change of footwear. Give up your heavy winter shoes and put on a pair of our dainty Oxfords. We are here with the goods over 50 seasonable models to select from and every one of them a beauty. Nowhere else can ou buy such stylifh, service able shoes as ours at prices so low. Just give us a trial. We stand by our statement. Mn' Oxfords, Canvas, Vici Kid, Calf or Patent Colt SI. 50 to $4 Women's Oxfords, Canvas, Vici Kid or Patent Kid SI. 50 to S4.00 Children's Oxfords, Vici Kid, Patent Kid, Calf or Can vas, SI. 00 to $2.50 CmOSO$K)$K)SOSOSOSOSOOtOSO ooogococoooooo Spring Millinery The Choicest Selections go to the Early Purchasers Miss Lutz 208 5. Second St. coeoeoeoeooooeooeoo oooocooeoeoeoooo REFRIGERATORS, $8 UP GARDEN HOSE, $4 UP J. L. BELL COMPANY 115-117 SOUTH FIRST ST. Showing Extraordinary Extra display of Knox strictly tailored Hats, the first ever shown in Albuquerque. P P EXCLUSIVE AGENTS Parisian Millinery 312 WEST CENTRAL PERSONAL. PARAGRAPHS EVERITT ITHE DIAMOND PALACE Rallroac Avenue Diamonds, Wntchen, Jewelry, I'm .la-. Clock's Silverware. Invite your trade anil mini-ante A Square Deal. osK3oeoeoooosw)oeooo ooeooeooooeooocoeo JUST RECEIVED 20.000 ROLLS OF 1908 9 WALL PAPER All Papar, Paint, Sign and Dacoratlva Work Guaranteed 'HA Chauvin & Noneman At This Particular Time, Sin Will This Fact Interest You? Dollar for dollar, the prlca you pay us lor your clotba It mat on tha laval by lha quality you obtain. This is plain talk. We believe in our clothes, and we have them made for us by tailors who, we tell you, are the best in the business Stein-lUoch who have counted mkkit as their watchword for 53 years. These clothes will fit you, and wear you, and give you style. They are ma.-.ter-nuJe pure woolen properly put together. Business Suits $18 to $30 Good Suits $10 to $16.50 t Should yon full to receive The i Evening Citizen, call up the f I'oHtal Telegraph Co., telephone No. 36, and your paper will be f delivered by special messenger. MilltlliMltitl Col. D. K. It. Sellers is In the city from tt-rRtits on bu.slnesH. J. V. Key and J. H. Walton of He len are in the city on business. Frank McCloskey ot Kstanulu arrlv. ed yesterday In Albuquerque. The Degree ,it Honor will meet this evening at 7:30 at Odd Fellows' hall. V. 1J. Green, immigration inspec tor, returned yesterday from El I'aso. Grace r. Ualton, of Guam, N. M., Is In the city visiting and shopping. If you want the freshest, greenest ana finest vegetables In the city, call ut the San Jose Market. Joseph Hrennan, of the car depart ment of the Santa Fe cut-ofT, i.s la the city visiting his family. There will be a regular meeting of tha Knights of Columbus ill Ked Men hall this evening at 8 o'clock. H. J. HreWNter, a special agent of the department of Justice at Wash ington, hits been spending the past ftw days in Santa Fe, in the Interests of land matters In the Indian ofllce. R ss McMillan of Santa Fe, forest supervisor of the Jemez national for est, left yesterday morniug for Kl Ilito on official business. V. L. Sullivan of Santa Fe, territor ial engineer, left yesterday for Kos well to inspect the lrydrographic sur vey uf the Hondo river. Kugene Reynolds of Ilaton Is a guewt at the home of Ills parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. '. Reynolds, of 507 Souih Third street. Mrs. Toll left this morning for her home at Stronghearst, 111., after a pleasant visit In the city with her son Dr. Frank Toll. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Heiinessy and family left last evening for San Francisco, where they will make their home In the future. If you want anything in the fresh fl-sh line, go to the San Jose. They have the best and largest variety of any one in the city. Mrs. J. H. Irvine and daughter. Miss Ella, of South Amo street, left last evening for a pleasure trip through southernl California. Mr. and Mrs. 'o. O. l"!!nter. who have been spending the winter in Al buciuerque, left this morning fr their home at Canton, South Duknla. Fresh Spanish Mackerel. Deep Sea Rass, Smelts, Salmon, Cat Fish, etc., etc., at the San Jose today. Col. Wlllard S. Hopewell, chairman of the board of control of the Irri gation congress, haves this evening for Washington In the intermts of tli congress. Charles 10. Dugenette returned yes terday from a trip through North and South Dakota. Mr. Dageni tte is supervisor of Indian employment with headquarters in Albuquerque. Anona Council No. 1, Degree uf 1'ocahontas, will hold a regular meet ing Thursday evening at s o'clock In Ked Men's hall. Entertainment and j lunch after business meeting. All i members of Navajo Tribe No. 8. I. . H. M., and visiting sisters and brothers are cordially invited to at tend. George T. Nicholson, vice presi dent of the Santa Fe, accompanied by J. K. Gorman, freight traffic man ager for the Santa !, and a party of ladles passed through the city this morning east bound. Louis Trauer, the sheep commis sion broker, returned to the city last night from Wlllard, where he deliv ered a number of lamts to Colorado parties. Mr. Trauer says that rain is needed badly In the Estancla valley. Wo will pay $10 reward for the ar rest and conviction of ' any person breaking the globes on our street light or breaking or stealing the lamps on our signs. The Albuquer que Gas, Electric Light and Power Co. The members of the Colored Po litical club of Albuquerque arc re quested to meet at 7:30 this evening at the city hall for the election of officers and' other Important business. T. O. Mason, president; G. W. Harri son, secretary. Max Levy and hrl.lt-, who have been the guests of Albuquerque friends a few days, expect to leave this evening for liisbee, Ariz., from where they will go on a pleasure trip to the Pacific coast. Mrs. Levy was formerly Miss Daisy Newman of Liv ingston. Mont. "Taking a Sneak" will be the sub ject Evangelist Barrett will preach n this evening at the Presbyterian church at 7:30, every person young anu old should hear it. There was a large attendance last evening. Fol low the crowd nnd pack the house to night; it will bo a treat Through the efforts of J. A. Miller. principal of the Central high school, the muster roll I of the high school cadets, containing the names of the members of the company, has been appropriately decorated and now graces tho walls of the attAembly room. The roll has been placed In a gild frame, patterned in the shape of a shield and further decorated by two small flags., draped from the design. THE MAZE. Always to the front with goods that satisfy and prices that please. Earthen bean pota 25c Hitching ropes 25c Heavy hitching straps . 40c Shaft ends, will make your broken shafts as good as new 40c Mocking bird food 40c Bread tins $1.00 Uusset riding bridles 1.25 Buggy bridles 1.65 Canary bird cages, $1.15 to... 2.50 Mocking bird cages 3.25 Rubber tired, folding lay back go-carts 3.25 We handle all kinds of screen and fencing wire. VM. KIEKK, Proprietor. 211 Sou til l'iixt NCrwt. .j mm Are you ready? 00! We are ready with our new line oi Spring Clothing. Good quality in mer chandise is really a val uable means of teach ing economy. Lots of people go through life thinking they're eco nomical when the fact is they're simply low priced. For a man like that, one expr ie:ire with our Hart. Schaffner (V: Marx (dot hex a liberal edu cation: he . learns how much economy there Is In really good clothes. Hut some men pay toi much for quality; these clothes will teach them something to.j. We'll give you a lesson here any day; come In and learn about clothes quality. Copyright 1908 bjr Hart SchitTner & Mart SIMON STERN aISSsEL I. II. COX. THE PMMIlEIt. CAN MEND THAT OLD HOSE. OH SELL YOU THE BEST NEW HOSE MA.-IFACIX'REIl. MILLINER Y LATE SPRING STYLES PRICKS KtASONAUl.E Ladle' Tailoring ano Dressmaking MISS CRANE OWN. Boeond Phono 044 Good ROOM and BOARD $16 and Up MRS. M. E. NORR1S 110 East Coal Avenue SPECIAL PUICES ON ELIXTHIC KKT IKONS KOIt 3U DAYS AT XASH HLFX'I'ltlCAL SlI'IM.Y CO., .".OH W. CEXTltAL AVE. TEL. NO. 2. ai:tio. 1 will sell at public auction Thurs day, April 2, at 10 o'clock a. m. .sharp, in the rear room of the Zeiger building, corner Central and Second street, the complete furnishings and instruments of a thoroughly equipped physician and surgeon's office, in cluding electric motor, sectional book cases, folding desk, chairs, rugs, sani tary couch, sanitary operating chair, surgical instruments, a tine library, etc. Inspftt goods Wednesday be fore sale. ' SCOTT KNIGHT, Auctioneer. FOR KENT RESIDENCE AT 202 VOKTH EDITH. APPLY OLl TOWN POSTOEFICE. F. IV. BOOTH, TAILOK. E. II. I100TII, TAILOK. FEE'S iOOI ICE CItEAM AND ICE CKKAM SODA. WALTON'S 1HI O STOKE. MRS. M. S. nAUMAN.V TEACH EH OF PIANO A C 'CO MT A N Y I X U ANI SIGHT READING A SPECIALTY 30 HARNETT BLDG. E. li. BOOTH, TAIIjOJL EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO EAT All Goods Strictly Fresh FRANK TROTTER PROP. Richelieu Grocery Co. ATTENTION! EYES RIGHT! If your eyes are not right call on me anil let m fit them with glasses that will make them right. S. T. VANN DOCTOR OF OPTICS VANN JEWELRY CO. One Door- South of Drug Store. Madam Steward Lamb Exclusive Millinery 210 SOUTH SECOND Perfect rji i 1 i luiiiuing J Is essential in every home that aspires to he heult hy , comfortable and pleasant. 2 We do Plumhitiir thai always pives satisfaction Try us next 5 time. S Standard I Plumbing and g Heating Co. 5 412 Wot Central Ave. HONE 61 OOC000C0OO REFRIGERATORS You can't b tat our price in equal quality You can't beat our Quality at any price. ate selected with judgniet t j They consume the mini mum of ice. They produce the max imum of cold air. Their food compartments are dry and sanitary. Prices, $9.50lo $30 WAGNER HARDWARE COMPANY 2 Central and Fourth aKmomomjmjoK)aKM09cmo9o m oooofKjj)jjjoo3u ooooooooocooo C0rcoOOfiOOOOOOO Carriages New Stock Justjn Price the Lowest BUGGIES, .RUNABOUTS, S.URKEYS, " STANHOPES, SPAING WAGONS Harness and Saddles . Albuquerque Carriage Co. Cor. First St. and Tijcras Ave. TIPS ON SPRING SUITS E. L. Washburn Co. H. W. Schroeder TEACHER Or VIOLIN Al-io Manager of Schroeder's Orchestra ROOM 28 BARNETT BLOC. DR. C. H. CONNER osteopathic phyician;and aURQKON All Curablo Olteaaam Traatod. No Chmrgm tor Consul ft. on 32 N. T. Armio Bulletin 'It'leiilKine tili" and I The minute you are ready, jour Spring ! Suit is ready, sir. j T j The first picking is the best picking. I There are certain advantages a man de- ! rives in coming here for clothes. ; Our clothing always pays the buyer a I good dividend in satisfaction. Suits at $15 to $30 Note tile following klllt: The fine eleetiun of talirir. The hiyh ehai ae' er of t lie tailoring. The I'ertaiuty of the corivet Myle. The c.iiii;ileten.-i-. of the stock that insure-, a n-i-fei-t til for any h- ur -hapc that eonies to ti-.. The lui'ei'-.i ni'iiicy' worth. These la t-. t her with many other features, should induce yi t i n..o;- your Sja in' Suit selection her. . FINE CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS M. MANDELL Agent Washington Clothing ! Manhattan Shirt Dunlap Hats !