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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 stylish, service
able shoes as ours at prices so low.
Just give us a trial. We stand by our
statement. ot ot
Men's Oxford, Canvas, Vici Kid, Calf or Patent Colt
SI. 50 to $4.
Women's Oxfords, Canvas, Vici Kid or Patent Kid
51.50 to $4 00
Children's Oxfords, Vici Kid, Patent Kid, Calf or Can
vas, SI. 00 to $2.50
to the Early
REFRIGERATORS, $8 UP
GARDEN HOSE, $4 UP
J. L. BELL COMPANY
115-117 SOUTH FIRST ST.
DUnondo. Watche. Jewelry, tin .!.. I'luek. Mlwwure.
Invite your trade nnd ruaraiint siunr- Oral.
JUST RECEIVED 20,000 ROLLS OF 1908
All Paper, Palttt, Sign and Decorative Work Guaranteed
ViA Chauvin & Noneman
At This Particular Time, Sir,
Will This Fact Interest You?
Dollar for dollar, the
your clothes Is met
quality you obtain.
This is plain talk. We believe in our clothes,
and we have them made for us by t.iihus who, we
tell you, are the bet in the business St-in-lMn.h
who have counted MKI'IT as their watchword for
53 years. These clothes wi',1 l"t you, and wear you,
and give you style. They are m.iUT-m.ide .'.it e
woolen properly put together.
Business Suits $18 to $30
Good Suits $10 to $16.50
E. L. Washburn Co.
208 5. Second St.
price you pay us :or
on the level by the
the first ever
P A K A O K A V 11 H
Should you fall to receive The
Kvening Citizen, call up the
Postal Telegraph Co., telephone !
No. 30, ami your paper will be S
H (R'livert-d by special messenger.
I). K. VI. Sellers of Grants is looking
after business Interests in tnis city.
Mm JNiul B. Paschal of Kelly,
N. M.. is in the city visiting and shop
ping. Carlos P. Dunn of the university Is
entertaining llichard Dunn of '.as
J. H. O'liielly returned yesterday
from a business trip to Phoenix and
Fred lluning of Los Lunas made a
short business trip to the city yester
day. H. M. Dougherty, an attorney of
Socorro, arrived in tho city last even
ing. Mrs. Keith will reopen her dancing
cl.t4 in Elks' ball room Friday even
ing. April 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McCJIllivray
of Kstancla arrived In Albuquerque
Hanger J. li. MeGinnis of the Man
zano national forest is In the city on
ltev. Father Mandalarl will not
teach his Htble class this evening as
I he is not well.
Steve Canovan, a prominent coal
mine operator at (Jallup, N. M., Is In
the city ou business.
ICx-Governor lialley of Kansas
spent yestedny In the city and left for
tho east last evening.
Mrs. Mary Munger and daughter,
Miss Lillian, of Telluride, Colo., arc
registered at the Alvarado.
Simon Neustailt, post rn aster at
Ijos Lunas. transacted business with
local wholesale merchants today.
Attorney II. M. Dougherty, of the
law firm of Dougherty & Griffiths of
Socorro, is registered at the Alvarado.
George Arnot of the firm of Gross,
Kelly & Co., returned thi.s morning
from a business trlj to Grants and
M. P. Kelley returned yesterday
from London, Ontario, where he wai
called l.y the fatal Illness of his moth.
Manuel p. Vigil has returned from
Trinidad. Colo., wheru he was called
in connection with Important legal
JoM-ph Ilrennan of Helm Is a guest
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Ilrennan, of lot) Kast
H. B. Hmlin. ranger In district No.
1 of the Manzano national forest, re-poru-d
to the lirestiy headquarters
here last ulglit.
The ladies of the G. A. R. will meet
at 2:S0 tomorrow afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, 217
West Silver avenue.
W. ('. Nonpltal of Washington, 1.
('., who is In New Mexico engaged In
surveying the boundary lines of Span
ish land grants. Is In th" city purchas
ing supplies for les outfit, which
near Los Lunas. Mr. Xispital has
LATE SPRING STYLES
Ladles' Tailoring ano
BI2M. Haenn PAon 44
BOOM and BOARD
$16 and Up
H. VV. Schroeder
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
A!m1 MlllKlL'I't' if
100M 28 BARNETT BLDC.
DR. C. H. COHNCR
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. AND
All Curable Dioi( Treated.
No Charge tor Conmuitet on
34 N. T. Armlfo Bundln '
Ti'k'lihnnc U. unit o:J.
of Knox strictly tailored Hats,
shown in Albuquerque. F P
312 WEST CENTRAL
Ju.nt completed th "work of relocat
ing thi; I.uh ile Pad Ilia grunt, owned
u Hip l.tlet.-i Indian?!, nnd Is gettlnn
ready to relocate the boundaries of
tho Isleta grant proper, which l alsto
owned by the; IsU'ta Indians.
It. James Taylor has been appoint
ed forest guard In the Manzano na
tional forest and left today to take
up the duties of hU new position.
Edward L. Ioheney, who ruse from
an employe of the Santa Fe to an oil
magnate within a few years, Is In the
city, accompanied by a parly of
William Mcintosh, mayor of Me
Tntosh. New Mexico, one of th
thiivlng towns in the Kstancia
valley on the Santa Fe Central rail
way, Is In the city looking after hi
Albuquerque interest. j , cox, TiI PjCMlKn. CAN
Stated communication of Ttmple, MEND THAT ny) hosk, ( SKLt
lodge No. 6, A. F. & A. M., this even- - you TIIE EST NEW hqsE MAX
Ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting Masons1 l-FACTURFD
welcome. By order of the W. M.
Flunk H. Moore, secretary.
Kllsworth Ingalls, special attorney
for tile department of Justice In the
Indian depredation claims depart
ment, returned to tho city last even
ing from a business trip to Laa Vegas.
The funeral of Mrs. Alice Saunders
was held this afternoon at tho family
home, 816 North Kighth street, Hev.
Hugli A. Cooper officiating. She Is
survived by two daughters, Miss
Myrtle Saunders of Albuquerque and
Mrs. Bertha Curry of Louisville, Ky.
Miss Kuth Mllletti . 208 South
Edith street, requests that all gradu
ate nurses of Albuquerque, members
of the association, meet with her at
her home thla evening at 8 o'clock to
meet tho president of the organiza
tion. Mrs. Charles Deahl of 1008 South
Broadway anticipates a visit from her
cousin. Miss Iva Pettitt, who is ex
pected to nrrlve in the city this even
ing from Ottumwa. Iowa. Miss Pet
titt will remain in the city several
We will pay $10 reward for the ar
rest ami conviction of any person
breaking the glbes on our street
light or breaking or stealing the
lamps on our sifns. The Albuquer
que Gas, Klectrle Light and Power
FEE'S GOOD KE CREAM AND
ICE CREAM SODA. WALTON'S
DKI U STORE.
E. It. BOOTH,. TAILOR.
Richelieu Grocery Co.
210 SOUTH SECOND '
The minute you are ready, our Spring
Suit is ready, sir. j
The first picking is the best picking. j
There are certain advantages a man de
rives in coming here fur clothes.
Our clothing always pays the buyer a
good dividend in satisfaction.
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Always to the front with goods
that satisfy and prices that please.
Karthen bean pots 25c
Hitching ropes 25c
Heavy hitching straps 4uc
Shaft ends, will make your
broken shafts as good as new 40c
Mocking bird food 40c
Bread tins $ 1.00
Kusset riding bridles . 1.25
Buggy bridles 1.6 5
Canary bird cages, $1.15 to... 2. B0
Mocking bird rages 3.25
Rubber tired, folding lay back
We handle all kinds of screen and
WM. KIKKI'J, ITopHetor.
2 1 1 South Firwt Street.
spkcial I'liK Ks ox r.i.wTitrr
FLAT IKONS FOK !I0 DAYS AT
NASH KLF.CIK1CAL SI PPLV CO.,
;50H W. CFNTKAL AVM. TF.L. NO. 2.
MILS. Ki:iTII WILL KF.OPIvN
iifk dancing class in tiie
i:lks hall koom, fkiday,
FOK RENT RESIDENCE AT
202 voirni Eirrit. apply old
e. iv. nrKTir,
Five Hundred Dollars Re
ward to any one who can
give information as to the
parties that poisoned Mr. An
derson's valuable New Found
land Dog in the Highlands.
M ItS. M. S. BAl'MAXX
teachkr of piano
accompanying and sight
reading a specialty
30 barnett bldg.
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
VANN JEWELRY CO.
Ono Door South of Drug Store.
Is essential in every homo that
aspires to he ht althv, roinfortahlo
We do Phinihin' that always
jfivos salihfaet ton Try us next
412 Went Central Ave.
; PHOXF. 01
TIPS ON SPRING SUITS
$15 to $30
Are you ready? GO!
1 1 ;
Copyright 1 908 bjr
Hart Schiffher & Marx
are selected with judcjmei tj
They consume the mini
mum of ice.
They produce the max
imum of cold air.
Their food compartments
are dry and sanitary.
$9.50 to $30
Central and Fourth
BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, SURRliYS,
STANHOPES, SPRING WAGONS
Harness and Saddles
Cor. First St.
Nuti- I hi' f 1 1 It v
Tin' fiiif -t t i
Tin' l.ih 1 h 1 : n
Tin- I'lTtaiiitv 1 if
Tile fu!llh'li tl
i't til f' ir any ! ! 1
Tin1 lai'ir't iiiuiii
fai'ti. 1 1
liunlil i 1 . . 1 .1.-1
Wc are ready with
our new line oi Spring
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 I ke that. 010' exper
ience with our Hart. Seh.iffner
iV Marx clothes is a liberal edu
cation; he learns how much
economy there Is in realty good
But .some men pay too murh
for quality; these clotheu will
teach them something too.
We'll give you a lesson here
any day: come 'n and learn
about clothes quality.
price In equal quality
auallty at any price.
K J4v.-L-a r-T-V-.r..- ,.v g- j
1 lifj j
New Stock Just In
and Tijeras Ave.
i 1 cf fahrie.
i-r 1 if tin- t.iilni-iii'4.
till' 'l ll'l'l'l-t t lf.
. cf tin' .-tu.'k 1 hat instiri'H
t th.it iiuiiii to
'-. VMll'l 11.
1 hit with many ntln't' l'ratnrr,
tn ni;iki' 1n1r Sirni'r Suit wli'i'lmn
Agent Washington Clothing
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