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Better Than Ever
Describes all we can say for our new spring line of low cut shoes now on dis play. If you have ever traded here you will know that "Better Than Ever" means something pretty nice. If you have never purchased footwear of us now is your chance. Mon's Oxford, YIH KM. Ctoir. Patent Oill or Oumhi . .I..V) to SM Woim-nVt Oxford. Kill. Id Kill or (aiiYa SI. 50 to $1.00 (IiIIiIiiii's Oxford. Viol Kial. PH. Kill, ulf or uiia $1.00 to (2.10 oooooooooooooooooo !NEW ARRIVALS IN spring ana summer Millinery Complete line of Merry Widow Hats and Veil for your selection. Many new things just received make our stock as complete as during Easter week, and at after-Easter prices. MISS LUTZ 208 South Second Street oooocoooooooo ooocsooooooooo Hm "Stay S&tUfoctoryll&nfit J. L, Bell Co. 115-117 SOUTH FIRST STREET EVERY SALE MADE ON HONOR PERSONAL, PA WAOKAPIIS Shotilii ynu f-tll tf receive The Evening Citizen, call up the Portal Te'.eRfaph Co.. telephone No. 2ll. an. I your raper will be deliverer! by special messenger, t THE nirniTT h y hill I I DIAMOND PALACE l V Lit I I I Raiiroat. Avenue Diamonds. Watches, Jew.lrj. cut ;Ih. Clock. Silverware. Wa iDTlte your trade anil ruiinuiire A Siwurr I'itl. JUST RECEIVED 20.000 ROLLS OF 1908 PUTTERS WALL PAPER All Papar, Paint, Sign and Decorative Work Guaranteed 114 S. Sf....,;M O Hfmrr. rbon Third XfUaiiVUi IK IV UIlVMJiCMIM J3 Pbona MO04kO00n00OttO0 oooroooooooo Confirmation Suits! l!u!k nl.ven at Itichi-lliu llrnciry. A. SiraiiH of Im Whh Kpint yen ti'iiKiy In the city "ti tiuliif!i. Mr.". J. II. M i K.ulan.l iif l -1 1 1 U tlie icin-Mt of fri n ! - In tin- city. Heinz'a .ii'l mil ur )U kl'". bulk iiml bouli'.-t Ht Kb IiHU-u tSroi-i-ry. Mr. K. I.. V;i.i!ibut n is ronfincil to iwr limiu on W'imi t.'intnil avium--.villi the grip. Mi. and Mrs. Mau-.'inl nntlclpatr li living tomorrow- rvtTiitig on a plcftx-iin- trip to juiit'hern California. Joshua S. Itaynnlris, pr'.lilnt of the Flr.-t Na.tiimal bank, arrivril In the city yi'oterilay from I.u Wg:i.. Si. T. Chcrnli-h of Nw York, who han bei-ii hi A lliiiuT m- a few lny on business, left this morning for I iimrr. A mi-i-ting of the auxiliary of the ChililreifK lloim. xooli ty w ll be held Saturday at the Woman' club build ing at 2:30 p. m. Forest liuard 1.0 (Jrande wan In the tlty laft evening i.n route from Fort Winn.it' to Santa Fe. to attend the forest tanners' meeting Mrs. J. II. Wood and little son Will lain, of Santa Fe are spending a few days in Alliii'iit-rti. gui sts of Mr. and Mis. W F. I'rog.ni. W. U Ilali ri has returned from Santa Fe, where he visited his datlgli tor, ir. Frank E. Nuilinc and also looki i after buliK-)( liitireft-". Live chickens ut H'ehHIiu flrocftry. O. K. Fe.-ry ha.s reitlgtied from the s-rvicc of the (inbieii Uuie Lry tjoo.ij ciiijany and will leavi- Mon day f ir his home nt Holt. Mo. Miss Agnes Fife left last evening for her home at tirand Itaplds, Mich., uftcr having spent the winter here with her uunt, Mrs. Adilin Pickett. Residents of Went .Silver avenue ar uomplaiiriig that ord In :i net's to build sidewalks urn not enforced. There are several bail step oris on the avenue. Christian Kndeavor banquet ut the Presbyterian church tonight. Admis sion free by ticket. Tickets may be bud ut 'Strong' book store or at the door. The contract for the wiring of the new Strickle r-l.una building, corner of Copper avenue and Second street, wus let yesterday to the Nash Klectrlcal company. H. K. Nicki'tson. president of the Sierra Madre ruilroad of Mexico, was in the city between trains last n:ght while en route to Mexico from a busi ness trip to Chicago. I Fine Hon lavU apples at Kichelleu Urocery. Mrs. Arthur Sweet of I.s Angeles pushed through the city last evening en route for St. ljouls, where she will vbet her parenLs. Mrs. Sweet is a nleco tit Colonel and Mr. Johnson. Dr. W. C. MllLor returned to the city yenterday from a visit ,to hU uncle. Coi. John Miller, of the Jemez Hot Spring. Ur. Miller expects to return to his home in Pennsylvania within a few days. Miss (Catherine Humphreys left on the limited today Tor Gallup, N. M.. fiom where she will drive to Fort liellunce, Ariz., to visit Miss Tliacharu, natron of the hospital conducted at tlie fort by the Kplsoopul church. There will be a regular meeting of fi. K. Warren I'ost. (t. A. It., at odd Fellow' hall Saturday, May 2, at 7 p m. sharp. All members are request ed to lie present. Kdward Johnson, post commander. J. :. Caldwell, ad jutant IJenjantin Hellwig Is in receipt of a letter announcing the death ot F. S. Itrooks formerly of this city at I.iudvllle, Colo., March 27. The cause of his death was typhoid fever. Mr. r.rooks was a member of the It. Hell wig company, conducting a furniture lusines.s here. One of tlin finest trophies yet re- reived by the board of control of toe Sixteenth National Irrigation con gress for the Interstate Industrial ex position is a cup offered by the Cali fornia Fruit runners' association for the best collective exhibit nf fruit ami vegetables. The cup Is nearly two feet In height and Is of beautifully carved silver It Is on display in the Matson book store. Black Suits for Boys all Ages-Short Pants $4.50 to 6,00 Young Men's Suits in Black-Long Pants 15 to 19 Years TQ12.5Q to 16.501 Boys' Blouses 50c to $1.25 Boys' White Shirts 50c E L. WASHBURN CO. 122 S. Second 119 W. Cold Summer Styles in Millinery Walk nut and see uur stock. We cuii save you money. . . . ladies' Tailoring & Dressmaking 1 MISS CRANE p No. 944 Good ROOM and BOARD $16 and Up MRS. M. E. NORRIS 110 East Coal Avenue H. W. Schroeder TEACHER Or VIOLIN Also Manager of Schroeder's Orchestra HO0M 28 BMRNETT BLOC. OH. C. H. CONN tit 09TKORATMIC PHYSICIAN AMD muRomoN All Curabla oiaaaaaa Traatad. Mo Caarafg lor Comtuitat.on 34 M. T. Arm lo Bulldlm Tclcplioue U." and tiii. First Signs of Failing Vision Are not ulwavs aecoinutnieil y severe o.vc distress, lleailaelies. Smart in:. Iltirniiitf Lids. Shinning Tains in the Korelieiul. Filiating Spots Before the Kyvn, Di.iness and Weariness (if the Kyes after close work are Mime of the sins that yinir eyes need glasses. Don't iut off (laving your e,es examined if uny of the alsive symptoms have lieen experien 1 liv ynu. I'lioni -.2 C. H. CARNES, O. D. in w, C'enlral MOItK COPYIIKHITS. We have Just received another shlp- n eiit of those I'opulai Copyrights. The .vile on these bonks has no bt tip. The line Is now unite complete an I thu price Is still fine per copy. These I) mks are most excellent valueH. Kciiiciiio . r tiiey .ire all Copyrighted l! oVs ,in l many of them liHVe sold wlth'n the last six months for tl.KO per copy. Do not net the notion elth- ihnt tliese hooks ni'e Inferior In construction. They are ptactically an good as the $1.60 book and are Just durable. In some cases the paper Is not (ii!te lis hih a grade as In the $l.r" edition, but the difference the cost is not 2c per copy. The printing is from the same plates and the bindings are all good grade. Nothing is Uite so nlce as "Old Glory" with which to decorate. We have a shipment Just In' of flags of nil sizes. Itaphael Tuck ami Sons make the largest and most beautiful line of l'o.-t Cards of any firm in the world. They are Art Publishers to the King in, I Queen of Kngland. We have Just r.-vtivod u large shipment of their p 'st Curds and now have on display the largest and most complete assort ment of Post Cards fall styles and "i ices) In Albuquerque. Over 400 sub jects on f-xhibition all the time. STRONG'S HOOK STORK. I'le.ne 114. -Next Xoor to the P. O. NVH ItDXY'S SPKCIAI, S.I,K. :t pkgs City Soda Crackers.. . IM. Price's Wheal Flakes ... lilK'C grade of oysters Kancy grated pine apple .'. . . li'-ao grade of salmon lrfirge can of milk Sweet potatoes per can 1 lb Walter Itaker.V Cocoa... IVaC pkg of Sago 12 '4 c pkg of Vermicelli 2 inns of French Peas 2 lb can of Pork and Means. . We carry the celebrated 2 Tic 8c 10c 20c 10c 10c .16c 4 6c 10c 10c 35c 10c White Mountain ice cream freeers, and have them In all sizes from one to six qts. TIIK MAZE. VM. KIKKK, IToprleUir. T MATOi:.S. " XKW l"OT.VrOKS, ASPAItACitT.S, SPINACH. Kill IIAIlll. inc., AT I.M,()V'S. n oooaoc Copyright 1908 bf Hart Schtffner Sc Mary If you like to wear clothes that are just a little different from the rest, you want to look at, and try on, some of our latest Varsity suits, made expressly for us by Hart Schaffner & Marx The new little ideas in pockets, in the cut ot the front ofj'the coat, the cuffs on the sleeves, the trousers a lot of smart new ideas in these suits will certainly please you. OeWitt's Little Early Misers are small, safe, sure and gentle little pills. Sold by J. H. U'Rielly Co. I''EK'S KOOT IIHKR. TIIK HF.KIt " Ot;.lITV. WALTON'S lKUO STOHE. ItliulMird Knots, Asparaeus I toots. Horsxt KjiiIIsIi Hoots, 4'lilreM Knots, AitJchokc Jloots, Sage) limits, mm Mint KihiIs, liiNlirMiu Spawn. J:. W. I ce, 602-i04 s. Urst SimiIs nil kinds. Plume 10. St. YOffl IlLANKI-rrs SENT TO IlfllltH' LAUNDKY CO. WILL HE WASHED IUGIIT. LACE CCKTAINS AltE SI'ECIAIi ATTENTION 11Y I I.AC.MHIY Ct). GIVEX III BUS CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OF FICE, Uenver, Colo., April 25, 1908. Sealed proposals In triplicate, will be received here until 11 a. m. May 11th I HON, for wagon transportation on Koute No. 1. from Holbrook to Fort Apache, Arizona. Full information furnished on application to this of tice. Mark envelopes "Transportation Route I." and address to Col. J. W. Pope. Chief Quartermaster. JCST KECEIVEH! A SI'PPLY OE THE EAMOCS IOIINSO.VS EIH'CATOK YVAIT'llS. orii:k aiiox. AT MAIiOVS. Ambrosio Candeteria MONEYTO LOAN 215 West coldjveme ALBUQUERQUE, - - N. At . ASK YOClt liKOCEK IXK 1LD HOMESTEAD KANSAS FLOCK. EV- EKY SACK iUAKANTEEl. ASK Y OCi: C.KOCER FOR "II. MONI) M." FLOCK. EYEKY SACK Cil'AKANTEED. I-XMC KENT RESIDENCE AT 202 'VORTH EDITII. APPLY" OLD TOWN POSTOFFICE. I-Virly and lute varieties) of swd po tatoes, rnrly Dent wtil corn, eiirly l.eunilng sn-I sni, curly l4rned 8e eorii; 1111 exisdlent varkHy of white isirn. medium size, matures in 7,1 days for Uihle list', E. W. Fee, 6112-604 S. First. Phone. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR OHIO F.LCE TIP MATCHES. REST ON EARTH. A. J. Morelli MERCHANT TAILOR Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned, Pressed, Repaired I0S NORTH riRST STREET Our window an, door screens are lietter tlian any others made or sold In Allitiquerqiie. Hupnrior Planing Mill. OLD CLOTHES HATS PHONE 480 We Call and Deliver HENRY'S CLEANING WORKS 109-111 West Silver 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 VAN'S JEWELRY CO. One Door South of Drug Store. Perfect 1 luuiuing J Is essential in every home that) aspires 10 db neaunr, comfortable and pleasant. We do Plumbing that always gives satisfaction Try us next time. Standard Plumbing and Heating Co. 412 West Central Ave. FHO.VE 61 :OCXXXXXXJXXXXXXXXXC , For First Class Work and Promct Dlivrv C CALL. HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. WHITE WAGONS Simon Stern THE CENTRAL AENUE CLOTHIER oxmoooocoooooc; oooooooaooGoL m ' , . . REFRIGERATORS You can't beat ourpricein equal quality You can't beat our quality atany price. Our Refrigerators are selected with judgment They consume the mini mum of ice. They produce the max- lmum of cold air. Their food compartments are dry and sanitary. Prices, $9.50 to $30 WAGNER HARDWARE COMPANY Central and Fourth ill Carriages New Stock Just In BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, SURREYS, STANHOPES, SPRING WAGONS Harness and Saddles Albuquerque Carriage Co. Cor. First St. and Tijeras Ave. 090U0000000000 ( : oooOttOooooooftOc or EXKRCISE 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 a tit faction you will get from this and our other "XTRAGOOD" Suits for boys is bated upon their long record for greatest service and durability . . . . M. M ANDELL Manhattan Shirts Dunlap Hats We illustrate today our new 3 button sack, showing what your clothes will be like if you buy them where clothes making is considered an art and not a trade. Suits at $12.50, $18.00 $20.00 to $30.00 After you have bought a Suit here and worn it awhile, you'll be just as well satisfied with it as when you first put it on. Money back, if anything goes wrong.