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MOVIUV. APIlll, 20. f0. SLLBt7QtTEKQTTE CTTTZEN". . 1 it ! i I ! . s .i v. !! it is i! Mr. i V LO I WLm rvAL. AAV t . Our Low Shoes For Men and Women Made the hit of the season. Their ex ceptionally snappy styles please the eye of the most critical, their perfect fit satisfies the most particular and their close price and splendid quality is a surprise to all good judges of footwear. MKX'S I'ATKNT COI.T OMIMIDS S.X.t i St. 110 M1.VN VKl.Ol it i.r oi tn:is S2.SO lo .. .M ION'S TAN 1U SSIV CALF SHJ.SO lo $:5..V WOMIOVS I'ATI'NT KIP OM IIIMIS lil.0 WOMKVS VP I KIP OXrolSPs SI.II.1 t.. S:I.IMI (li:S TAN )X IX USPS SI. 73 t :vro WOMAN'S CANVAS llMlllllh SI.Ml ti M.IM NEW ARRIVALS IN f 8 spring MnMiimery We are receiving this week many new creations in the latest spring styles to replenish stock after our large Easter week business. Lowest prices for equal quality. Miss ILwU 208 South Second Street I REFRIGERATORS, $8 UP GARDEN HOSE, $4 UP J. L. BELL COMPANY U5-U7 SOUTH FIRST ST. V A HA O K A I II N Sh mi! I yni f til ri'ifivo Thr t 10 : 1 1 1 j u I'iti.i'n. call up the I'.mu! Ti'l"iaph Co., U'lcilinne No. 3'V ail yitur I'Hpi-r will be lii-iiver.-'l by spi-riiil nicsseiiKcr. Horn. S.-itiir'liy iiftirn..ii t.i Mr. uml M i -i I'it. y ll iwli-y, a Kil l bay. I! u-n, Siiiclny .'iftt'rnnnii L Ir. ami Mia Sh. rid hi .if Smith Ivlitli street. ;l Icy. Mis. .1 m. ViU.n "!. . is ,i til. l .it" Mi. Smith Third street. r. v. r.ur.tt. tin- t 1 1 I MlC'llillkJ t l li.lS ' in I'iK. .I i" h.il.l a i-ri' meeting-. Mr in. I Mr- A. I! S.i n I!. I M. i nl in. i ill'" if . 10. M Juiitii, lOiy of A.nm.'lisl. u rt .. lii i e li.' ..f pr..irii.'l..(l i '.p.iwni H m of Kiicnts lit the if Albii- EVERITT THE DIAMOND PALACE Rallroac Avenue Diamond, Watches, Jewelry, Cm !, Clock. Silverware. lllTite your trade and riniranti-e A Square Ileal. Wa JUST RICtlVED 20.000 ROLLS OF 1908 PATTER) WALL PAPER All Papar, Paint, Sign and Dacorativa Work Guaranteed '& Chauvin & Noneman oooc:ooooooooo The Question f Try-on is one for YOU to answer. We are de liberately putting ourselves on record as asserting that our Stein Bloch Spring and Summer clothes for men are so com petently and thoroughly made that they will fit better and look better on you than the clothes you are wearing. If this is true, the point is one of great interest to you, not only from the side of personal appearance but economy as well. A try-on will convince you, and a try-on is such a little effort to make. Why d-.n't you? Suits $15 to $30 A full line of Wash Suits in Russian or Sailor Blouse Styles $1.25 to $3.00 ot ot STUDY OUR WINDOWS li'inie "f Mr C. A. St.el! . i in I'. ill.'. T i rmmrii will unit ;it the nly 1'iiii'iii'i'rV iinin', JjibiMty liuil'l ii't, tmiifilit. in.-t.'ii.l .if ll.iiiy l.ee'w nftlce. W. K. Hi'mii, Ki'iii'iMl freiKlit unil piiK-i'iiiji r iiK'-nl I' .r tin- Siintii 1''.' in the xoiit hw et. s ill the eiu mi Idisl- tli'SK. Mis. C. S. .Mrl..iii.li'e.vs i f 11'hi W.-st '''iitr.ll il'lllle Will illti'I'lilltl til'' In dies .if Hi.- I a. ;. p. .t S.itui'.l.iy (if teriinun. K 'L'ii nr review of AI-iiivi hive N". I. ' '. T. M . lit l'!:l I'Vll.iH.-' hull 'I'u.'.lii.v ;) ft . t-li . v. m . April J I. .it J:"n. lief I'e.shllH'll IS. .I'lllll .' I" I. c.n. i. - r I . 1 il h I lie lOiiMein Kuiw.iy of New Mexico, with lii'.nl.iuiirtef.-' at Helen, sp. iu yi'ster ilny ill Albuqiler'nie. ". '. Illiick. supeiiiiteii.lent of the I'.iitiil Telemi.i!i service at Ifenvr -p'llt esle'il,iy with 1'. A. AllKll, ii.ciil in.iiiimer of the coiiip.iny. M'fi Miiitiiiret Stover, who has spent the p.ist three years in Alhu 'iieriiie wii.h her iiiint, Mrs. J. II. Inti'-y. Mi y.'steril.iy for her home in Kansas, The tea which was to have he. il Hlven Thnrs.l.iy of ihis weik l.y the l.ailics' API society i.f the t onurona tional clinich lias lieen postpone.) in il finitely. 1. S. Liner, who list week resijrnoil as chief clerk to Akciii l'ur.ly. left l.i-t niirht for l,os AiikcIcs. where he will accept a position in the coast lines t'eicral oftlcea. Ton i4 lit Is til" regular practice niirht for the Sixteenth Natimiiil Irri gation I'liiisi'iss chorus. Tlie sinners will meet at the Woman' club at T::;o o'clock as usual. into hun.lreil and eleven little chickens are w here II, cki?s were lust week in the incubator in the window of the Jaffa tirocery company's store. The eutfs hatched out over Sutnhiy I and attracted con.siderable attention. Tlie iirraiinements for the ball to be given hy the Society of 10nt;lneer.s of the L'liivctsiiy tomorrow evening in the Klks' ball room are completed. The proceeds are to be used In the Interests of tho athletic association. Mrs. Kernard S. Kodey expects to leave .soon for Mercersburg, l'a., where Bin' will visit her son, Shandon, a Htudetit at tlie MercersburK acad emy. She w ill later Join her husband. Judge Uodey, at San Juun, I'orto Uico. The last meeting of the Khiva Lit erary society was held at the home of Hugh liryun on I'ark avenue Satur day evening. At the -conclusion of the business, meeting an Interesting debate whs given, followed later by ii f reslimctits. The Mcintosh Hardware store front is completed and the name of the company ha.s been placed on tlie win dows In gold letters. The new front ir a great improvement over the old "lie, giving more light to the Interior of the store and providing two .splen did .show windows. Dr. J. N. Warner, the well known Veterinarian and old soldier, who left here two months ago and took up his resilience at the Sollders' home In California, is reported to be rapidly improving in health and tlie prospect are that he will .soon regain his nor mal self. l)r. Warner's mind was slightly affiM-ted when lie left Albu querque, but it appears that the aber ration was ony temporary. John Milton Soanlnn.l. author of the newly published book entitled "Pat Uarrett and the Taming of the Honler outlaw," i.s in the city on business. Mr. Sanl.md was in 11 ('rue s iit the tiiiu' tJarrctt met his tragic death, and being on the ground toooooooooooo oooooocoooooo We Fit Eyes With Proper Glasses There is oiilv one kin. I of "lass or lens, that uiur eves rriiiirc An.v other kind is apt In do lh"tnan tnjillA. We fit each e e separately ley nneiriiii.' tests t tint reveal every defect. Our 'kiiow ledi;e of the hu man eye is Milficient to insure that you rccche tl.e L'lasses that von need. Let Us Examine Your Eyes Tlictv is no charoe fu. advice, ami our diarec, for 1,'lasses areas small lis the cost of the glasses and frames y.m reiiiiie will permit. 1 I'lione 4.-.2C. H. CARNES.O D.,1U W. Cental secure, l ail tin killing, which I A royally on tic blind daughter facts concerning the e gives ill his hook. honk i.s given to the of the late I'ut V. MILLINER Y LATE SPRING STYLES Pricks Keasonahi.k Ladles' Tailoring ano Dressmaking MISS CRANE BUM. Bmoond- Phono 94 iarrett. The I k treats largely of tlie gill llletl Of the SolKllWest. I,. 10. Mcpherson, hi-r counsel for the Pu'liii.in Sleeping 1'i.r company, arrived 1.1 the city Sunday morning nn tlie belated train No. 1 and Is stop ping ill III" AKani.lo. Mr. .M. Pherson is lu re to assist in defending his cli ent against the suit bi.Hiuht against the Pu lin.in company by pi'e.l I Hero for injuries received while riding on a Pullman car The attorney was In the wreck of tialn o. 1 at Chilii coiiic. III., Friday niuht and as a re suit was uiiai'ie to l.iive his room to il. i.v. having hee. gi , . n a sever.- shak Ing up. Mrs. M, l'li"i'.-"ii iiccotnpa ii ies him. Tin- II. 'Mil. hi I.' I0nsij;n f-miilain. w i.-li h.is been placed iit the intersec tion ..f ' ' ntii.l iiveii'ie and liroadway was dedicated ;l "'' lock j ..ter.la with belitting exercises. The elaborate program given in The t'itlzen Satur .1 i was carrie-1 out in every detail. The speakers were Attorney T. N. Wilkersoii. li. W. 1. liryan. A. I!. Stroiip, Judge II I A. Abbott nn i oth ers. A large crowd witnessed tin ceremonies. Mrs. liar by A. I lay. of New Vol k. and Mrs. l. v Fergus's. m of Pueldo. I'lil i., were in tlie city between tiains Saturday en route to l.os Angeles, w her,, their mother Mrs. Kennedy. Is reported to be dangerously ill. Itoth Indies are well known in Albuquerque. Company (1 ,111 not camp on the iii.-M Saturday night, according to program, but owing to the rain, took shelter in the armory and left for the bills early Sunday morning. The day was spent in target practice and Meld maneuvers. ('.rover ( '. parielt. of Chicago, and Miss llattie Marie Schultz of 101 I 'a so. were married this morning at the rectory of St. John's I0pi.sc.ipai church by Jtev. Fletcher Cook. Corn this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schinitt of ;iJS Forester ave nue, a tn-pound b". Mr. Schmitt is foreman for tl.c S mtliw cstei n 1 rett ery and Ice company. There will be an important meet ing at the iiaptist church Wednesday at 7:H' V. in. All members are urged to be pri-si'iit, and the public I.s cor dially Invited. J. A. Shaw, pastor. Attorney T. K. I. Maddisou is in Santa Fe on business. AUCTION POSTPONED The miction at the Reliance iO'.ec- 1 trie company's store, corner of Central . -in. I Fifth, is postponed until Tuesday, April :'l. at J o'clock p. in., on at-' count of Inclement weather. Stock ( .insists of over $l.iiii worth of elec- I trical and gas fixtures, including ev-' erything nec-ss-a ry to liuht homes, ' from four to fifty rooms. I',.- on hand I Tuesday at 2 o'clock sharp and get j these fixtures at your own price. SCOTT KNI'lHT. I Auctioneer. lour laundry given to Ilic WHITE W'.M.OXS insures you of first class work nnd prompt dclixry. ilublis laundry Co. OLD CLOTHES HATS PHONE 480 We Call and Deliver HENRY'S CLEANING WORKS 109-111 West Silver i This Week Only! v i -i 4 7 ASTER being at hand, a good Y 4 many will want suits for the oc- J casion. As an inducement to buy now, we offer, this week only, 4 A Fancy Vest Free 4 With every one of our New Spring Suits. We t ft have by far the finest display of suits in the msiury ui uur siurc anu mvue you 10 can ana w. see our Hart Schaffner and Marx line, which, in our opinion is the bestHigh 1 , Grade make for the price on earth We also t have the latest and best in Neckwear, Shirts, ; Hosiery, Underwear and Hats, . J SIMON STERN THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER j . . J omoscmcmotaX)SGmasocomc)mo m coooooooooooo REFRIGERATORS You can't beat our price In equal quality You can't beat our quality Sat any price. tiii; iMiAt'i: THAT'S ltUSV. ALWAYS Come old and youiiK and hear me tell How goods at Strong's Hook Store doth veil; They treat their customers so well That to their neighbors they do nil Of a place that's alwaya busy. out is Their stock of books are sight. Their price (Sue) on Copyrights right. Their lino for girls do all delight And books for boy it is a fright How sales doth keep iliein busy. Their stationery U all the fad. From linest "bonds" to cheapest "pads," In papetries and cards, egad they can supply Your mother, child and even dad, I-'or it's t line that k.vp them busy. Their fountain pen? take no back seat, Their line of these Ls ((Ulte Complete, The "Uider" pen In very neat. But "Parker" thinki he has theiti beat; Well, both lines keep them busy. K'ome one and H and find the spot You will like It. e'en you buy or not No care or pains will ere bethought Too great, as we're here for nought l'.ut always to kevp busy. STItoXC'S HOOK SToItK. Phone 1104. Next door to the I (. ASK YOl'll .KOCl.lt IMHl OI.l iiomi:sti:ai Kansas i i.oiit. i:ky sack a HNTi:i:i. EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO EAT All Goods Strictly Fresh FRANK TROTTER I'ROP. Richelieu Grocery Co. ATTENTION! EYES RIGHT! If your eyes are not right call on me and let me tit them with Classes that will make them right. S. T. VANN DOCTOR Or OPTICS VAXX JEWKLUY CO. One Door South of Drug Store. Perfect Plumbing Is essential in every home lhat aspires to lie healthy! comfortable and pleasant. W'e tlo I'himbiuo- thai always gives satisfaction Try us next time. Standard Plumbing and Heating Co. 412 West Central Ave. PHOXB 01 J Good ROOM and BOARD $16 and Up MRS. M. E. NORR1S 110 East Coal Avenue (xjoocoxxxxxxxxxxjooc , For First Class Work and Promot Dlivrv (3 ... .CALL HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. g WHITE WAGONS OOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXJ Our Refrigerators are selected with judgment They consume tlie mini mum of ice. They produce the nux "imum of cold tir. Their food compartments are dry and sanitary. Prices, $9.50 to $30 WAGNER HARDWARE COMPANY Central and Fourth oooooooooooooooo I ill a J ' 1 Carriages IJMX New Stock Just In Prices the Lowest rr) BUGGIES. RUNABOUTS, SURREYS. STANHOPES, SPRING WAGONS Harness and Saddles Albuquerque Carriage Co. Cor. First St. and Tijeras Ave. fK3OCO0C0O00O00 00000C0C)OO00O(.3 E. L. WASHBURN CO. 122 S. Second 119 W. Gold H. W. Schroeder TEACHER Or VIOLIN Alsn Manager ,,f Sclirbecler's Orchestra ROOM 28 BARNETT BLDC. E Off. C. H. CONNS. R OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND mUROHON All Curablo Dltomtom Troatod. No Charge tor Contultot.on 3i4 N. T. Armljo Bulldln Tt'lt'ilione ((; unil tiuj. N1CKCISIC the same care in selecting your Spring Suit that you would in buying a house you live in both. There's no excuse for a man look ing baggy at the knees or wearing a coat that sags at the collar and drags forlornly down in front. If you buy the Washington Make It Won't Happen to You! The Right Suit Our confidence in the satisfaction you will get from this and our other ,tlRAGObD,"rSuitt forlboyTu based upon their long record for greatest service and durability .... We illustrate ti iv our new 3 ! button sack, sln.uii,r what your ; clothes will be like it you buy the:n j where clothes making is considered j an art and not a trade. Suits at $12.50, $18.00 j $20.00 to $30.00 M. MANDELL Manhattan Shirts Dunlap Hats After you have bought a Suit here and worn it awhile, you'll be just as well satisfied with it aswiu-n you first put it on. Money hack, if anvthing 'Ol's wrong. m jjjopoooooooo usxj9?jsusci-jsHmos)os)VSK m csKmosxjmosos&jsKM'jsyjsxjsK)