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riUDAY. VXK M, IMS. PERSONAL. onrnoK ptttzf.it. . I Regal Oxfords for Men IT IS LOW SHOE TIME No need to tell you that but we want you to know where you can secure the height of Oxford style, the latest custom patterns, with every feature of modelling that is correct this summer, where absolute comfort and a smooth creaseless fit at ankle and instep is assured. That describes the new Rivals and we have a stock of thsm that allows you to select your pet style He sure ami see them before you purchase your footwear. Black or Tan Prices $3.50 and $4 MILLINERY AT UNUSUAL PRICES We are continuing the Price Cutting Sale of Milli nery, Trimmed and Pattern Hats inaugurated at this store last week. Among the new arrivals which go on sale at these Special Prices are a number of MERRY WIDOW and BAND SAILORS Nothing is exempted in this sale. Everything in Fashionable, Seasonable Millinery at Bargain Prices Miss Lutz 208 South Second Street PA KA GRAPHS Let's Irrigate! What Will You Have? Rubber Hose, $5 a Coil Up Lawn Spras, 25c, 50c, $1.00 SEE OUR WINDOWS J. L. BELL CO. S. Pint St. Montezuma Grocery & Liquor Co. COPPER and 1HIRD Imported and Domestic Groceries and Liquors Pure Lucca Olive Oil a Specialty, Liquor by the Glass or Gallon. Beer by the Bottle or Case, Family Trade Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed. HalKton Breakfast Food at Riche lieu Grocery. Mnynnni (Sunput left ln.t I'votilnK for a buxiinfs trip t Denver. Frank I) bert of Santa Fe arrive. 1 In AllHi'iiiePii'e lajt evening fur a short vi.-'t. He accompanied th An drews party. Mr. and Mrs. Cleghorn, of Went Central avenue, are enjoying a sev eral weeks' vacation In southern Cal ifornia. Mi.sjt Cot a K. Moffatt, formerly a resident of th city. Is expected here Sunday anil will visit with friends for a few day. When you go. on that trip to the mountains buy your lunch goods at the Richelieu. Persons arriving from the went this morning said that the rain of last night reached about fifty mile-s In that direction. Special review of Alamo hive No. 1, U O. T. M., at Odd Fellows' hall, Saturday, Juno 27, t 4 p. m., for the purpose of obligating. Herbert M. HowImoii, of North Right h Ktreet, ha rrturned from Oberlin, O., where he attended the Oberlin conservatory of music. Bulk Pearl hominy ai Richelieu Grocery. Thomas Ishenvood returned to the city last evening from a business trip to Winslow In the Interests of the Hewitt Manufacturing company. Mr and Mrs. J. F. Brandon of London. Knglnnd, who are enjoying a pleasure trip through the Cnited States, are registered at the Alvarado. Sidney A. Huhbell is p. ndlng a few daya In the city as the guest of friends. Mr. Jlulibell is manager of the Perea fruit ranches In Bernalillo. Harry Coddlngton, Kheriff of Mc Klnley county, arrived In Albuquer que this morning in charge of two men alleged o be Insane. They will be examined by the district court. There will be a Ten Cent Tea given Saturday afternoon from 2:30 to 6 o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. I. Fox, 7l6 S. Arno St., the proceeds of which will go towar dthe home for disabled engineers. Why be bothered cooking this warm weather when you can Becure already prepared cooked roast pork, pork loaf, veal loaf, boiled eggs, cottage cheese, tongues, potato salad from the Sun Jose Market. Harry Douglass, arrested yesterday on complaint of his wife, was found guilty in police court this morning of conduct unbecoming a married man and sentencd to pay a fine of $15 or apend fifteen days on the chain gang. John J. Tlerney returned to the city Lmt iVtnlntr frm, a fVir... u..ul,a' . - 1 - . - 'cation in California. Mr. Tlerney i expert accountant In the master me chanic's office In the local Santa Fe shops, and during his trip visited Los Angeles, San Francisco and the Grand canyon In Arizona. Mrs. Alice Jones leaven this even ing for her homo in Oklahoma City. Mrs. Jones will stop at St. Louis, Mo., for a short visit with her father be fore returning to her home. She has been a visitor in this rlty for the past two weeks and during her stay here made many friends who regret her departure. An excellent program was given at the Masonic hall last evening. Sup ptT was served In the lodge rooms In charge of the Sturgen cafe at 6:30 o'clock, after which a musical pro gram was enjoyed. Messrs. Bullard, McDonald and M-aynard ung some beautiful selections and the Male Temple quartet sang s veral selections in a most comme-nd.'ole style, accom- Call, Phone or Send for Solicitor. Phone 1029 W DATTFDSftN LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE J. I ft I I LtVJUll 311-313 Witt Sliver Avenue TELEPHONE S7 311-313 West Stlvr Avenue Albuquerque, N. M. Stein-Bloch Clothes are acknowledged the best on the market. They fit and wear better than tailor made clothes and carry a listinctive style which cannot be equalled for twice the money asked. Men's Suits, $18 to $30 Men's Working and Business Suits $10 to$15 Dutchess Pants Guaranteed never t rip ioc for a but ton, $ for a rip. The best guarantee on any medium priced pants, $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4,001 do tour ens trouble rout Our Vast Experience in the Optical Profession Assures oii absolute comfort in Glauses Ground andiKitted by us BBBIR OPTICAL CO., tXCLUSIVE OPTICIANS 110 South Second Street, Established 1004 Lense Grinding Done on the Premises O I1MOT LINK )!' HAIR I1IUTSII- ks in tiii: tin. wurovs I'll Alt.M.VCY. TIMItO M CKN-THAI New Rink panled on the piano by Mrs. 1). D. McDonald. The evening was uti en joyable tne and one not soon to be forgotten by those present. The cltliens' committee of Santa Fe Ifl sending out highly colored posters extending a general Invitation to the public to go to s'anta Fe July 4 and 5 and take pai l in the- grand midsum mer carnival which will take place there those two days. The features of the affair will be baseball games be tween the leading teams of thu terri tory, a gun shoot, horse races, band concerts and a grand display of fire works which will be let off In front of the capitol Saturday night. All the railroads entering the Ancient City are making low rate for the oc casion. The local lodge of Independent Or der of Itetl Men have elected officers for the en.-uing year as follows: Prophet, Martin Kyan; senior saga more, John Fredericks; junior suga m ore, John Hicnnon; second junior sagamore, Fred I'earce; trustee, J. W. Uilllard. The ladies' auxiliary of the Ued Men recently elect .d new officer and a Joint Installation of ih" t.v ) orders wi.l be hel ' the evening of July 8. The KIk' convention, to be held fet Dallas. Texas, in July will not be at i tided bj a very large number of the hiila r d i res from Niw M n in. Pa-t Exalted Kuler Mickey of the local lodge will be the only one going from Albuquerque. The rates offered by the Santa Fe from New Mexln points are as follows: ,lbuiuerquo, $.! I'll. Las Vegas. $26 5; Santa Fe J.!l 00; Katon, 121.70. Dr. George O. Keek, surgeon and physician for the local Indian school, left last evening for a several weeks' vacation at Greenville, Pa. Dr. Kerk Is planning to take a post graduate course at a medical institution at Chi cago. He was accompanied by Mra. Keck. The vacancy at the school caused by his absence will be filled by Dr. W. G. Hope. A prisoner In the county Jail, whose name could not be learned, fell from trie top of the large cell In the county jaii yesterday while asleep and re c.e'ved Injuries that required the at tention of a surgeon. The cell Is so arranged that prisoners confined In the corridor may sleep on top of It. Tne man made his bed too near the edge and rolled olT. Mm. Mary Ueed and daughter Mayme .for the past few years resi dents of this city living on North Sixth street. leave this evening for To- ledo, O., where they intend to make their home in the future. Miss Mayme J g I v ten win rcriui .1 in mis euy mis liin, , however, to attend the University. The fire department was called to the residence of Maynard Gunsul, 514 West Coal avenue, this afternoon at about 4 o'clock, where a defective electric switch was the cause of some . of the woodwork In the house catch-! Iiik fire. The department made a i hurried run but the small blaze had ! been distinguished before they ar rived. No damage was done. ' TImisc desiring treatment for the ( liquor illwase bail best see Dr. Mc- ; CorinU'k before lie leaves for New York. Itooiu 5, N. T. Annijo build- , ing. Most Popular Place in Town CHARIOT RACE TONIGHT Good Music Open Morning, Afternoon and Evening. 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 SUIT Finest Ice Cream and Coldest Soda in the City Vann Drug Co BASE BALL SUNDAY AFTERNOON Traction Park BAR EL AS GRAYS vs SANTA FE GRAYS Game Called at 2:30. Good Gamg Assured. nn i lane a PLUNGE in the SWIMMING POOL 504 N. First St. OPEN DAILY JO to 10 neoeomcavmomcmcmrmotcmosQ oooscA:mcmcmomomcAymcmcmcm CHAFING DISHES Just received a large shipment. Haven't room for them, and are making siiecial low prices this week to move them The Diamond C,C,L?3T"T Central Ave. Palace C VLlrvlI I Albuquerque oooocsooooooco voacwuaotuaorjiKJcotow E. L. WASHBURN CO. 122 S. Second 119 W. Cold For First Class Work and Prompt Delivery E call : HUSBS LAUNDRY CO. : l WHITE WAGONS C OOOOOOOQCXXXDOCXDOOC Millinery Sale Just received new summer styles which we will sell at a Great Reduction. All Trimmed Hats AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE this week to close out large stock. Aiss C. P. CRANE Aillincry and Dressmaking Parlors 512 North Second Street Phone 944 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. ItKN'T Lirgo cool room for jrwitli'man. 410 K;ist Central Ave WANTKli Good all aiounU Apply l'iti-.i-n of flee. cook. FUU SALE Several good ponies at bard lime price. Also two buirog. Huberts' Wagon Yard. 200 North Kroadway. 25 1'Klt t'KNT IMStUH'XT ON ALL II VI 1C AMI CIjOTH mtl SHKS. WALTON'S 1MIAUMACV, T1IIKD AMI i:XTltAL. tIMON STFDN THE central avenue g nii'ivn LLUInltK OV09090VOVOOVOVO09000 V I oscscososcosososososos osososcaxy&ososososcmomomom 5 J US IFF On All Our REFRIGERATORS THE Wagner Hardware Co CENTRAL AND FOURTH oooooowooooooooooo SATI KDAY'S KPi'X'lAL SAI.K. 4 lbs. soda crackers 25c 25c oan of dry chipped beef 20c Chow chow, per bottle 8c Fancy evaporated apricots, per lb. 20c V4 lb. pktt. of coeoanut 15c 6 pkgs. (lf Korn Kinks 25c Tapioca, per pkg 10c 15 bars of laundry oap 60c Cereal coffee, per pkg 15c 20c can of molasses 15c 2 pkK. of Apltezo 15c Fancy almon in flat cans 15c Farina, per pkg 8c sliced bacon In cans 10c Sell on Sight scouring soap 5c 6 cans of California tomatoes. . .56c Gallon can.s of pie. fruit 30c cana of corn 45c 3 cans of soup 25c Little neck clams, per can 11c 3 pkK of "Kusto" custard pow der 10o Till: MA.K. VM. Ki:iKK, Proprietor. Si ill bare s few tons of rood ma ture alfalfa from last )cr. A jx-rfextly safe luiy for fc"l. Also a limited quan tity tif old crop native Kannn and Ok. luboma liny and bent native white bran. 1'. V. Fee, 003-80 South lint Street. Phone 16. foh itKXT- itrcsinrrvcE AT 202 VOHTII F1HTII. APPLY OLl TOWN POSTOF11CK. Our hl'l and collar nor Is per feet. Uur "DOMESTIC FIMSH" I he proper thing. We lead othen follow UfPEitMi LArxiwr cxi. The reason we do ao much ROtt.lt OHY work U because we do It right and at the price you cannot afford to have It done at home. IMPKR1AL LAUVDRY. r I We have just received a carload of : n Larriages I Open and Top UUglCO $ Light Spring Wagons j As we are crowded for floor space we are making I SPECIAL LOW PRICES We can save fou money on any style or jrade vehicle you want. ofdnReiiawee SMikv Wagon SfcJftU ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO. FIRST AND TIJERAS T 44) 4444444444X4e$ Good , ROOM and BOARD $4.00 a Week Up MRS. M. E. NORR1S 110 East Coal Avenue B. II. Briggs & Co. DRUGGISTS Standard Plumbing and Heating Co. 412 West Central Ave. X PHONE CI ALVARADO PHARMACY Corner Gold Ave, and 1st St. HIGHLAND PHARMACY A. J. Morel Ji MERCHANT TAILOR Ladies' and (ientleraen's Suit Cleaned, Pressed, Repairec 10S NORTH FIRST STRZZT .uorr.n drv nnniflPntal Rllilrfinir . A 150 T0 "now what thu meanat It vaniumiiui uHMunig f not i4k .our driver to .iplaJo It to Bring Us Your Prescriptions IMPERIAL LACXDHT.