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t PAGTR IT.HJHT. 'ALBroiT-:norF pitizen. (aO000000000 ' til LJ Jrg We ST Central AvetjS) HOT WEATHER KEEP your feet cool and avoid the discomfort of the hot season. Our low shoes will do this to perfection be sides giving you lots of style and wear. Their prices are but insignificant as compared with these advantages. MI'.X'S CXXVAS S1IOKS (Ml OXIRDS $1.50 MKV8 VICI KIO OXrORlrS S2..V0 lo $.1.50 MKN'S TX OXFORDS to ts.oo MEN'S PATENT COLT OXFORDS Sil.OO to $1.00 womf.vs canvas oxfords $1.50 to $2.00 WOMEN'S YKT KID OXFORDS $1.65 to $3.00 WOMEN'S TAX OXFORDS $1.75 to $3.50 WOMEN'S PXTI.NT KII OXI'OIIDS $2.50 to SI.00 OXFORDS FOR HOYS AND GIRLS $1.25 to $2.50 PRICE REDUCTIONS on all MILLINERY GOODS Daring the month of June we will offer some of the biggest b.irga.ns ever se n in Albuquerque Kverything in our most complete stock of millinery is included in this sale. Miss Lutz 208 South Second Street TEASING Must we tease you to s?e our ice Ore am Freezers $J 50 Up Refrigerators $10 Up J. L BELL COMPANY 115-117 S. First St. Montezuma Grocery & Liquor Co. COPPER and THIRD; Imported and Domestic Groceries and Liquors I'ure Lucca Olive Oil a Specialty, Liquor by the Glass or Gallon, Beer by the Mottle or Case, Family Trade Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call, Phone or Send for Solicitoi. Wi DATTFDSON J IflIILIjUll TELEPHONE 87 Wear Insured Sox An: your 4ockf injured Our "Hole proof" Sox are insured lor six month. lrtiH I thvguarantrr Buy six pans of "Holeproof" Sox for iZ 00 and If any or all of them come 10 boles or Deed darning in six months ' will replace tbcui with new sox lll-r Holeproof Sox are dtfed with hbolutely Mimm-4 JrtHt coloi s. They will not "crock," rust" nor f.tdo. Hole proof So do not shrink nor stretch. ou can buy them in assorted colors six pairs of a lue and weight iu a box. We ir "Holpproof" Sox onc and you will m-vt-r wear any other kind. Kt.'menjler they are guar ant, td to tr mi months or you jfrt new box 1 Ut U. Lftt u bell you a bos today. Pi4ce $2.00 For Box of Six Mail Orders Promptly Filled E. L. WASHBURN CO. 122 5. Second CORflFQRT Phone 1029 L,VERY AND B0ARDm ble J-J J W$t Sllvr Avnaa Albuquerque, M. M. Tiy a Box of Six Colors blue, black or light weight blue. For Sale Only By 119 W. Cold PERSONAL V A HA ORAPII8 Fresh spring lamb at the Sari Jose Market. Rev. P .1 Pol.er of San Marcinl -triinrtu t.nir luciiicna in the city. Tli. mm., Ros of HIllHbnro a a business v.-Mt.ir In Albuiiucrque today. Mr. .1 i :. 1 1 Ml loft today for a few week. vis.t with relatives at Colorado Springs. Mrs. V. P. pulckler loft to-lay for Atlantic City, where he will upend Hie fummcr mon lis. R.ilsum l!ieakrst Foo 1 at Riche lieu Grocery. 1). ,T. Lenhy. Fn tod States district iilKiincy. arrived from I .as Vegas last evening on business. Mrs. A. Ii. Stroup returned to her homo last evening after a Hhurt pleas Lie trip In the west. K. H. Sweet, cnuny rlork of Soror ro, spent to.lny in Alhmiucrque look ing lifter personal business. Mlssi-s lOdltho and OHva Everltt leave this evening for southern Cali fornia resorts for the summer. Amado C'luivcs, A. It. McMillan and 11. P. en spent Tuesday and Wed nesday In Las Vegas on legal business. Miss Lillian Hossoldon left todiy for Denver. Coloiauo, where she will spend the coming weeks with rela tives. Lieut. Arthur Wllll.ims returned to the 1 .ty this morning from (Irand canyon and other poln's of Interest in Arizona. Hulk Pearl homtny at Richelieu Grocery. Ralph S. Dunbar left last evening for .St. I. Mils. Mo., on business con nected with the Standard Plumbing compnny. Mis. Charles A. Ppieas returned to I.as Vegas yes, onlay afternoon after soveral days vis.t with Mrs. Neustadt of this city. 1 Hon. A. Ft. Fall of Throe Rivers. X. !.. f-u-merly attorney general for this lorr'toiy. arrived In Albuquerque to day on business. Miss l.ulu Ronedict returned to her home on South Fourth street last evening after a short visit with friends at PlaciMs. The re-ular mooting of the V. C. T. t". will be hold at the home if Mrs. H Downs, fjini South Arno street. Frl-1 I d i.v. June 12. at 2 . Are you interested In obtaining good ; coffee? If so try Hills Pros." Bran j .,f Vieiinm I'.iffee nai'ked in cans Sold by the San .lose rrnrket. Mr an, I Mrs Charles A. Kenpeler .1 ,i,i..- Mi.,, i.-, la left this morning for llonr Canyon, whore they will camp during the summer. Mrs. Gem-go Abel and Miss Janle liye have returned from Pines, near I innilng", where they have been en- Joying a vacation the past two week Territorial Secretary Xathan Jaffa ,'ieoompiimeu uy Airs, jana nno uauHii- ter. returned to Santa Fe Tuesday 1 veiling after a short visit In Denver. When you go on that trip to the mountains buy your lunch goods at the Richelieu. Mi.s Clarii P.lueher leaves this morning for Clovls, N. M., where she will be the gues; of Mrs. C. Qumn. Slie will be gone about a month. J. a. Manning and wife of New York are registered at the Alvarado. Mr. Manning is a mining engineer having interests at Parker, Arizona. P.roilers, pound ami half average. at the San Jose Marke:. Hon. H. M. Holt, floor loader of the last legisla ive house and a promi nent attoin of Las 'rui.es. spunt to day In this city on legal business. T. C. Hays, grievance agent for the Hrotherhood of Hallway Knginoers. with h-. 1, 'quarters at Newton. Kan.. Is in the city on oflioial business. About forty Mexican peons passed through the city this morning on their way to Topeka. Kan.. where they go to work on the Santa Fe railroad. Charles Iwls. Charles Crossman and K. W. Mrow 11. ranchmen of San Maroial. arrived In Albuquerque to iliy and attended U personal busi ness. The ladii of the First Methodist church will give a lawn social this afternoon and evening. Refresh ment, consisting of Ice cream a nil cake, will be aerved. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Law of Den ver are .spending a few days in Kanta Ft. Mr. Daw will be the new presi dent and general manager of the New Mexico Central Rallay. Misses Bea rtce and Ruth llfeld will entertain their young friends with a dance at the Woman' Club I uiiding this evening and the young f.,lks are looking forward to a good tune. Mrs. A. H Dixon and family of ll.'l West Hazel. line avenue, left this lio inlnn fur Tui umeari, N. M., where they will reside. Mr. Dixon i.s an en giiieei mi the F.I 1 'aso-So u t h w estei railway. Mrs. C F. Mver moved into her new residence at No. 505 West Fruit i.nuo yesterday. The house has Just been recently finished and Is one of tlie prettiest lit' le residence In th. i uy Sheriff Perfecto Armljo has re turned from Santa Fe, where he ac ciTii nanie l Henry Turner and Plas Ward both colored, who were con vu let ,.f burglarly and sentenced to serve term ia the penitentiary. Kr. end' In Albuquerque of Mrs. Horace Vewell, who formerly resided in tbi.s city, have received word of her marriage to a Mr. West, which rrmce-Jercmr)9jcmo9nmo CHAFING DISHES Juit i-ei'i iveil a lai-ife sliiiiment. Haven't riKitn (or lliein, 5 and ui-e inakiti spei-ial low prices this week to move lliein r ! The Diamond rTWFTDJTT Central Ave. i I Palace L.V L.ll 1 1 Albuquerque DO YOUR IYCS TROUBLE YOU f iMWRaMaaMaaaMHal Our Vast Experience in the r-.: i c. r Assures Jim nl'nilute oimifui t in ( ilassos (Jnmiid amlKitted by BEBBER OPTICAL CO., EXCLUSIVE OPTICIANS 110 South Hcconil Street. Kstalilished 1!KU Lense Grinding Done on the Premises took place at Los Angeles yesterday. Mrs. Ye well resided here for a num ber of years and iiHer the death of '.lor husbind went to Caiiloni i. Phe Al',1 reside with Iut husband on hi fruit ranch -icar Los Angeles. Ldwin llusher of the Detroit 1'iioto Mfg. Co., of lieiroit, Mich., Is In the city spending a few days on bus i, ess. This concern is the largest of its kind In the country and doe most of the postal manufacturing for the Harvey system. Mrs. J. W. Thompson died Friday, June 5, at ilie, li one of her cister, Mrs. Connor, Pittsburg, l'a. 'r i-h.., i, ,i,i her home at Al- ., o.... i..,., wast ouquiiquc llie i.i--i - well know n in this cit. The Misses Ada and Kate Vaughn, of South Aino sirej, left yesterday for Black Rock. New Mexico, where they will visit their sister. Mrs. W. J. Oliver, wife of the superintendent of the Navajo reservation at that pice.. Hon. li. Bradford Prince, ex-governor of New Mexico, left Santa Fe Monday and Is now New York, where he will deliver a Masonic address at the laying of a cornerstone or a new Maonic temple to be erected at Flushing. Long Island. A pair of badly burned lace cur tains and a slightly damaged window casing resulted from u .small bluze at the home of Mrs. John Hart, of 306 West Coal avenue, las; evening. The tire department was called unci quick ly put out the fire. The Ladies' guild of St. John Episcopal church will give a tea at the home of Mrs. W. J. Johnson, 820 West Tijeras avenue, Saturday, June 13, from 2:30 to 5.30 o'clock. Home eookinir table In connection. Every- I body is invited to attend. j j The gold medal to be awarded to I ' ii, ,. eh, inn, ion roller skater at the roller skating rink soon lias arrive.. and i.s being engraved by the Hickox Jtadry company and will oe on h h.t;jon at the rbove store about to mot row ll Is a beautiful trophy una worth going after. Col. W. S. Hopewell, chairman of the board of con rol of the Sixteontn National Irrigation congress. Interna tional Exposition and Twenty-eighth Territorial fair, received letters thia morning from the governors of Ohio and Illinois. Both executives accept- od invitations to attend tne cungiuss. chat-lea Mohan was sentenced to The tire department was called to I one year In the penitentiary today by the viaduct at 4 o'clock this afternoon , Judge Abbott for Interfering with and by a telephone message, saying the - obstructing United States mall, structure was' on lire. A man exln-, Mehan was Indicted at the March guished the bluze with a bucket of j term of United States court on sev water before the lire wagon arrived. eral counts. The case was made The lire is thought to have started; against him by Postoftlce Inspector from a spark from a passing engine. T!mm desiring ironuiitMit fir the liquor dl'a luiil host we Dr. Mc cormick iK-forc lie leaves Cor New ork. Room 5. N. T. Armljo bulld H'g. DICK EAGLE HELD ..' Ill JAIL HERE TUu Milfoil Murderer llroujrlit t City for Sufc Kit-phist Re fuse) to Talk. ' Dick Eagle," the alleged slayer of Santiago Vallo. who was killed at P.lu. water, N. M., a week ago, was brought to thb) cltj la-t night by Sheriff Baca of Valencia county. Eagle was captured in Arizona near the California line Monday by Sheriff Wood of Anache county. Arizona, anil turned over to Sheriff Baca at Hol- brook, Aril., yesterday. Eagle app'urs much the worse from left hnrdsliiiis cx iM-rletlced since h Uluow.it.-r the ntght after the snoot ing. He was in the mountains neai ltluewator for several days after his sea no from the deputy sheriff at Orants and without food and shelter. While he is sullen after tin- nature of his half brothers, the Chei-oKooa, he has talked some to the ofilo-rs and it Is believed that he can be connected wit the assault upon J. W. Moss at Chaves last week. It Is believed that Kaele committed the latter crime for the purpi'ie of securing money which to leave the country. with TOO IiATK TO CLASSIFY. FOR SALE Fine young registered Jersey cow. 315 Copper avenue. FOR RENT S room hnu.-'e, 501 North Second. Xo .Need of Suffering From Rheum tlsni. It Lo a mistake to a'low rheumatuns to become chronic, as the pain c always be relieved, and In mort c a cure effected by apply ng C'.tambr Iain's Palm Balm. The relief fro pain which It affords Is alone wort many times its cost. It make lei and rest possible. Even In cases o long standing this liniment shoul be u..-d on account of the relief whlcV, It affords. Do not be discourage' until you hue given It a trial. MW sufferers have been surpr'sed and d lighted with Its pain-rellevlng quail ties. 25 and 50 cent s zea for sals bj all druggists. coxroxorioo-oo New Rink Most Popular Place in Town Good Music Couple Night Tonight Ladies Admitted Free opkn oxi.v i:vi:.MX(is itu A SHORT TIM K WIIILK nui DiXG is nriNu wip.kd Finest Ice Cream and Coldest Soda in the City Vann Drug Co MAIL CLERK GETS YEAR IN PENHRY Mclian Kouloiiool fur liiieilVrhii? With Mailt Srntoiwo: Considered Light. I Smith. The evidence went to show (that he had appropriated letters con . tainlng money sent to the local oftlco j by smaller oflices In various parts of . the territory. The total atiount of Mohan's theft amounted to more than $1,000 Mehan was a confiden tial clerk at the Albuquerque post I oflice at the t.me of the thefts. His ! sentence is considered a very light I one. Judge Abbott listened to a motion ! for a new trial in the cae of the United States versuj Toti, charged wltn selling liquor to Indians. Totl was convicted at the March term of court. The court took the matter of granting a new trial under advise ment. I'ROSM-XTIVK IMNO Ill'YI-'.RS Are showing an interest in the big piano sale advertised by Learnard & Lindemarin, a number having called at the store and Inspected the stock on hand. Not a piano will be sold until Saturday, June 13th. D'Os. Call and be convinced of the piano buying opportunity presented by le arnard & Liiideiiiaim. 20 West tlold avenue. xtyru-i:: I". Xlcolu.t-1, ulxj for tlu past five jrars luis Ikvii working for TctsitT ttnd Kcvoml oilier liarls-r shops), lias cqs nctl a shop for himself. He inn lie t'luMsol a-i one of l lie boosters for tlie good of Albuquerque and evtendt an invitation to the public to mil an I mi liim In liU new I.M-alion on Ci'ii- li-al uveiuie next lo l.veiiu's jewelry store. Ijoaguors and friends are Invited to a cahoot social at the parsonage of the MethodiMt Episcopal church siuth 4M2 Sou'. h Walter street. Tuesday aft ernoon and evening. June 13. 3 to 1 1 o'clock. FOR REM III.MIIi;r, AT 802 vnRTII EDITH PPI.V OLD TOWN I'OSTOFI 1CF.. Our shl' feet. Our the proper and -oil h i work Is per DOMISIIC FINISH" I thing We lead othi"- follow. IM I'I'RI XI ItlMHtV CO. I'F.E'S r;ooi ICR ntMJI AND CE CltK M SODV W ALTON'S .HtKi STORK. Native wlilt bran. All sliorls Is left In this bran. One pound is of the same worth a three pounds of Hie Colorado red bran. Very small dif ference In the price. Milk stock will Improve rapidly in milk production when fed I hi rich bran and aborts. K. V. IVc, 602-001 South Firat. Phone 16. The reason we n so mucTi ROf i.il DliV work U because we do it right tnd st the price you -annot sfford to have l done t horns IMPFRIM. LrXDRY. I ISIUNG TACKI.r. They are catching plenty of trout In the Pecos and Jemez rivers. Isn't It time you wee getting your fishing tackle together? Come In and look over our stock. We have what you want. Don't forget the Kodak. Phons F. J. HOUSTON CO. For the Boys We have just opened up a line of Boys Wash Suits They are the latest things in Linen, Duck and Pique. We have them in Russian or Blouse Styles and invite inspection of this line Our prices are reasonable and the goods first class. They range from $2.00 to $3.50 PER SIMON STERN ntjxooooooo O00000C)000000 REFRIGERATORS You can't beat our You can't beat our Oar Refrigerators jrs a.lprrrl with hiiHo-mnt " ' ' j--t, i They consume the mini mum of ice. They produce the max imum of cold air. Their food compartments are dry and sanitary. Prices, $9.50 to $30 WAGNER HARDWARE COMPANY Central and Fourth K)VK00000CaCK) We have just received a carload of : : Carriages anTrop Buggies Light Spring Wagons As we are crowded for floor space we are making SPECIAL LOW PRICES We can save you monty on any style or grade vehicle you want. ! SfMubk Peter Shuttler Wagon 10TU ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO. f I FIRST AND TIJERAS Good ROOM and BOARD $16 and Up MRS. M. E. N0RR1S 110 East Coal Avenue 6. II. Briggs & Co. DRUGGISTS ALVARADO PHARMACY Corner Gold Ave. and 1st St. HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Building Bring U Your Prescription SUIT THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER prlceln equal quality quality atVany price. Standard I ! i! Plumbing and Heating Co. 412 West Central Ave. moNK ci ! : : i I ooooooooooooo A. J. MoreJli MERCHANT TAILOR Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned, Pressed, Repaired 103 NORTH FIRST STRUT itorrai drv. Do you know har tm. mana? ff not aak our drivers to ezplaio It to rou. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY. I S,