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AT,TUTQTrKUQtTE CITIZEN. T3 Tl'BKDAr, Jt'LY 29. itOt. Women's Oxfords and Slippers for hoiine, dress and street wear. Just the kind of shoe you need for the hot weather. They are stylish, fit well and fee I comfortable. Their rost is but f, nominal compared with the siitisfut' tii m they give.' Vici Kid Oxfords, Patent Kid Oxfords Canvass .Oxfords, Vici Kid'Slippers, - $1.65 to $3.00 2.50 to 4.00 - 1.50 to 2.00 1.10 to 3.00 Big Sacrifice Sale of CHILDREN'S HATS UntrimmJ shapes from isc up. Sailors an J School Hats, 25c, 50c, and 75c. Trimmed Hats from 75c up. We are offering bargain equally as good in all other Millinery. Miss Lutz 208 South Second Street DOVE SEASON IS NOW ON ! Get one of our Game Law Cards. We carry all Popular Brands of ' SHELLS AND SHOT GUMS Have you seen the new Remington? J. L. BELL CO. "5.17 s. Fir.tst. do you erts trouble rour l-5s3k Our Vast Experience in the Optical Profession Assures you absolute comfort in Glasses Orouud .mil. Fitted by us BE8BER OPTICAL CO., tXCLlSIVt UPHCIANS 110 South Second Street. Established 1WM Lense Grinding Done on the Premises PERSONAL P A KAO RALPHS Montezuma Grocery & Liquor Co. COPPER and 1HIRD I Imported and Domestic Groceries and Liquors X Pure Lucca Olive Oil a Specialty, Liquor by the J Glass or Gallon, Beer by the Mottle or Case, Family i Trade Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call, Phone or Send for Solicitor. Phone 1029 W P ATTFDCnM LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE J I ft I I LIJlll J j;j Wt Silver Avenue Albuquerque, N. M. TKIMPHONK 87 THE GREAT MID-SUMMER Bread from six bakeries at the Rtchellru grocery. Two drunks paid $5 each In police court th!s morning. , J. McBrldo of Kslancta spent yes terday in the city on ouKlnesa. Clark M. Carr left yesterday for a short bu.ilne.-w trip to Guam and Gallup. B. H. Newlee of Las Vegas arrived In Albuquerque laat evening to look after personal Interests. Before you get Hungry place an or der with the KlcheUeu Grocery. D. J. Leahy, United States attorney, Is in the city from Las Vega on legal matters. Vernon l Sullivan, territorial en gineer, is In the city from Santa Fe i n ofnetaJ business. Mrs. V. S. Hopewell and children, who huve been spending the summer at Camp Whitcomb, are expected home this week. K. L. Medler, president of the Commercial club, is wllghtly ill this week, being confined to his room and under the care of Dr. Pierce. E. A. Bode of the Underwood Type writer company leaves In the morn ing for Santa Fe and other points In the territory on a business trip. Ivan Grunsfeld left this morning for Ocean Park, Calif., to Join Mrs. Grunsfeld and children, who are spending the summer there. Ir. C. E. Lukens, superintendent of the New Mexico Children's Home so ilety, returned last evening from Ros n ell, w here he was culled on business. K. L,. Beyard, of Denver, Colo., connected with the Equitable Life In surance society. Is spending a few days In the city attending to business attaint. H. (). Bursum, chairman of the territorial Republican central com mittee, arrived from his home at So corro this morning and is spending the day here. The State National bank brought suit against J. M. Archileta and M. G. Gomes today to recover on a note for $1,442.78 made January 14 of this year and due July 1. Miss Cecilia Alexander of Hlllsboro, who has been spending the past few weeks in Albuquerque the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elols Lucero, has re turned to her homo. Miss Lisa Oleckmann has returned from a few days' visit at San Lo renzo Springs, where she was enter tained by the Misses Keleher, who arj enjoying a law weeks' outing at that place. Providing It doesn't rain, the Grady band will play a concert at Robinson park this evening. The program will be the one arranged for Sunday even ing, but which was postponed on ac count of rain. Special communication of Temple lodge No. , A. F. & A. M., this even ing &t 7 o'clock. Work in the M. M. degree. Refreshments. Visiting Ma suns welcome. By order of the V. M, Frank 11. Moore, secretary. The Fraternal Brotherhood held a special meeting lost night for the pur pose of Initiating a class of twenty five. W. J. Haneock, state manager, hus been in the city for the past week and Is doing s me valuable work for the local lo.tno and the order univer sally. Another meeting will be held next Monday night, August 3, at whlrh time a class of forty or more will be Initiated. Mrs. E. J. Mahaffey, matron at the Albuquerque Indian school, returned to the city this morning from a pleas ant visit to California. Mrs. Mahaffey visited San Francisco and Los Ange les and all the adjacent watering places. Palmer Social camp, M. W. of A., will hold a regular session In I. O. O. F. hall, on South Second street, on Wednesday at H p. m. All parties taking part in team work are request ed to attend, as there will be drill practice. Buy your chickens at the San Jose Market. All stock shipped In alive. Mrs. Mabel Himoe has returned from Whitcomb Springs, where she was entertained as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Frost, who are enjoying a few weeks' outing at that place Mr. arid Mrs. Frost will return to their home In this city about Thurs day, J. M. Martinez, postmaster at Fol som, left for his home last evening, after a few days' business visit in Albuquerque. Arrangements were also completed for a ball game to be played in this clty soon between the Folsom team and the Barelas Grays. Be sure and stop at the San Jose Market and take home a pound of that Colossal Cream Cheese, for it Is the finest cheese that was ever in Al buquerque. A special meeting of the Fraternal Brotherhood was held last evening in the Elks' building. W. P. Hancock, state manager, conducted the Initia tion and twenty-five new members were taken In. A meeting la sched uled for next Monday evening when forty or more new members will be taken In. The directors and officers of the Young Men's Republican club are re quested to meet at the club rooms at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening by a call of the president, C. O. Cushman. The purpose of the meeting is to dis cuss nays and means of maintaining the club and to consider future pol icies of the organisation. The ladles of the Sacred Heart church in Barelas are preparing to give a bazaar on the 19th of August for the benefit of the new Catholic school which is being erected In Barelas. The money raised will be used for purchasing desks, black boards and (Other necessary furniture for the new school building. Speaking of classy baseball, the doc tors and lawyers are preparing for a game to be played at Traction park Saturday afternoon. The game will be for blood and suppers at the Alva rado, each player of the losing ag gregation being required to put up the sum of i to liquidate for the feed. To guarantee a large and admiring crowd, the players of both teams voted unanimously to charge no ad mission. The game will be called at 3 o'clock. The funeral of Mrs. Sarah J Martin, who died yesterday at her home In University Heights, will be held tomorrow morning. The cortege will leave Borders' undertaking par lors at 8:30 o'clock, the funeral be ing held from the Immaculate Con ception church at 9 o'clock. Inter- mmmBerAmBe'e'Bmmm'mmm m. fmif'mtf'mef'A)AmtmAfAm I me m9 Bmem9 m.JeWmW.m..mWJ V eAe-e9.m.9MemmABpA-m ew CHAFING DISHES Just received a large shipment. Haven't room for them, and are making special low prices this week to move them CLEARANCE SALE is in full swing. Genuine bargains are being given to the public on all SUMMER-WEIGHT CLOTHING for Men and Boys. We advise an early pur ' chase as the best patterns will not last long. EXTRA SPECIAL ! 100 Boys Wash Suits, Sailor and Russian , Blouse Suits, Worth $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 Your Choice SI. 2 5 . t-- E. L. WASHBURN CO. 122 S. Second 119 W. Gold The Diamond FXIT PITT Central Ave. Palace C V L.ivl 1 1 Albuquerque 0QCCOC0K)O0OOtt0 00C000XXKJ0000 (JOOUUOOUCXXXXJOCXJO 2 Pnr Pi ret (Place Wrrlr anr( Prnmnt f)1ivrv M.CAI.l..M HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. WHITE WAGONS 3 OOOCXXXXXOOOCXJCXXXXXX REMOVAL BING ncmuvHL MAN. JULY 97 i m mm tw m i v mWm ..SALE.. Anl Continuing For EIGHT DAYS a w r r "v w rv i I I T!i flnlH A vpnnp IV1KS. IUVEKUALE, milliner uill evcrvthinir at 25 Cents on the Dollar Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, Flower, Ostrich Plumes, . Fancy Feathers, t Wings, Ribbons, Wire Frames, and in fact, everything at One-Third usual prices, . To avoid the burden of moving, V STOCK MUST BE REDUCED AT ANY PRICE ment will be maie at Santa Barbara cemetery. The pall bearers will be: Dr. Keldy, J. 11, O'llellly, Prof. Tight, K. Parker, H. O. Snyder anl r. W. Sal I en. Mr. K. H. Rartl.-tt and Mr. L,. M. Uaxin of TiH'k, Kan., ami Mia Tol- lvr Qlllman of fan Bernardino, Calif., arrived tin morning from California, a in! are gut-Ktd of AAauquerque frienda. Mrs. Bartlett will Tie remembered a being a clerk In the Newcomer book tore on South Second street, where the strong- book store U now located. Mrs. Gailn Is wife of the rtanta Fe's chief electrical manager, who fre quently comes to Albuquerque. The Topeka ladles are on their way home from an outing in California. The Irrigation congress headquar ters Is In receipt of a new magazine under the name of "The Call of the Desert," which is a handsome little publication, gotten up by the Swastika Publishing company of Phoenix. The June Issue, which was sent to the congress Is a souvenir edition of Tucson and Douglas, and gives scenes in and around these two places. Some very fine illustrations have been used In getting up the magaslne, and it xhous oil the good points of Tucson and Douglas to a great advantage. There are some especially fine views of Irrigation scenes. i-oxxfxrrs uuttk with Chicago Butte, July 28. The last spike on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul line connecting Butte with Chicago was driven last night. It is expected that throuKh trains will be running In September. . INVITIO IHIYAN A XI) TAPT. Denver, July 28. Invitations have been wnt to W, J. Bryan and W. H. Tuft to attend and make short ad-dressi-s at the Inter-State fair In this city the week beginning September 7. llltVAV WAS PI-BASED. Lincoln, July 28. W. J. Bryan ar rived at home today and expressed gratification tat the reception accord ed him In Iowa and Nebraska. MIX KKS CILAXGE TIIEUl liAWS. Denver, July 28. The convention of the Western Federation of Miners today voted to change the constitution so that ten locals Instead of five shall be required to unite in a demand for submission of a question to a referen dum vote in order to secure such ad NKW VOUK c;ilXI JiritY IXDICTS TIIIKTY-SIX. New York, July 28. Thirty-six men were indicted by the Kings county grand jury today on charges of vio lating the anti-gambling laws of the race track. Included are some of the most prominent men who formerly oc cupied stools In the betting ring. STAGE TO JEMEZ I.EAVIS 211 WEST GOLD EVERY MORNIXQ AT 5 O'CLOCK. A mcHKasro from Nw York, sent bjr K. Maliaram to sell all goods poiwlhle, liicluillng tilioes and clothing, regard lenH of price, as lie to now In New York and will bring a new and up-to-date fall and winter stock, and wants room. Tills Is your opportunity to get good at your own price. 516 West Central avenue. THE MAZE 211 South First Street Offers jrou plump values for your money. 4 quart galvanized sprinkMng cans 45o 2 burner coal oil stoves $2.00 Mrs. Potts sad Irons, per set... $1.80 M, pint Jelly glasses, per dozen... 40c 1 quart tin, preserving cans, dox. fiBC 5 lbs. of sealing wax 25c Paraffine wax, per lb 15c Llpton's teas, per lh 60c WM. KIEKE, Propr. For (lie let work on sltlrt walnts pntronlze Iiulihs Ijtundry Co. The reason we do so much ROUGH IUY work Is because we do It right and at the price you cannot afford to have It done at home. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY. Highland Livery B AM BROOK BROS. Plione 56. 113 John St. Up-to-date turnout Best drivers In the city. Proprietors of "Sadie," the plrlnc wagon. CLEAN-UP SALE ! Some of the best bargains in Summer Goods can be picked up now. We are de termined to close out all our light-weights and are quoting extremely low prices. $(5.00 and $18.00 Suits MOW Q11.75 We also have a few H. S. & M. Suits left over which will go regardless of former cost. Big Reductions in Price of FURNISHINGS You can now buy Underwear, Shirts, Hosiery and . other Furnishings at greatly reduced prices. It will pay you to call now. SIMON STERN The Central Avenue Clothier j New R ink GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY THB GREAT MAJESTIC THE GREAT MAJESTIC. 5L U NJFSTIC MUESTIC I -i I mre. co. (Sgg srs. co. I lenn.ne ll.UUI5.JI L 1 coppcs . J ilfWl THE GREAT MAJESTIC. MALLEABLE AND CHAR. A COAL IKON RANGE jj Lasts Longer, Heats q More Water, Heats it jjj Quicker, Uses Less Fuel, Bakes Better, and gives better general satisfac j tion than any other range pj on the market. (A H q If you will call at our stors, we will prove thase facts to you. Wagner Hardware Co CENTRAL AND2FOURTH Rem Most Popular Place in Town TONIGHT - New Moving Pictures 1E HOLY CITY AM The Cowboy Sports and Passtimes Good Music OPEN MORNING, AFT ERNOON and EVENING Finest 'Ice Cream and Coldest Soda in the City Vann Drug Co r H We have just received a carload of j Liarnages anTrop Buggies Light Spring Wagons As we are crowded for floor space we are making SPECIAL LOW PRICES We can save you money on any style or grade vehicle you want. SFK&S? Peter Shuttler Wagon ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO. FIRST AND TIJERAS Good ROOM and BOARD $1.00 a Week lip MRS. M. E. NORR1S 110 East Coal Avenue B. 11. Briggs & Co. DRUGGIST ALVARADO PHARMACY Corner Gold Ave. and 1st St. HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Building Bring Ut Your Prescription Standard Plumbing and Heating Co. 412 West Central Ave. PHONE 61 THIRD STREET Meat Market Ml Kinds of Orah and Salt Mr. Steajn Sausage Factory. KM I Li KXELYWOHT Maml Bulbllng. North Thlr4 Strk ROUGH DHl. Do you kpoar what tbis m.aosT U not ask our drivers to azplalo It i DCPERIAL IAOTDRT.