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FAOBS EIGHT. AT.TTTOTf?OTTF rTTT7ry Women's Oxfords and Slippers for house, dress and street wear. Just the kind of rIiops you need for the hot weather. They are stylish, fit well and feel comfortable. Their cost is hut nominal compared with the satisfac tion they tfive. 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 Untrimmed shapes from isc up, Sailors an J School Hats, 25c, 50c, and 75c. Trimmed Hats from 75c up. We are offering bargains 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 GUNS Hive you seen the new Remington?, J L. BELL CO. 5-t7 s. Rt.rsg WHITNEY COMPANY WHOLESALE HARDWARE Stoves, Tinware, Enameled Ironware, Iron Pipe, Pumps, Valves, Fittings, Belting, M ne and Mill Supplies, etc. WAGONS. MPLEM NTS AND FARM MACHINERY MAIL OROCRS 90LICITBD - ALBUQUERQUE", N. AT. Wi DATTFDtnM LIVERY AND boarding stable J I rt I I LlAJVll 3U 3I3 Witt Sllvr Avau Albuquerque, N. M. TCLKRHONK 97 THE GREAT MID-SUMMER 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 $1.25 E. L. WASHBURN CO. 122 S. Second 119 Cold DO YOUR TkOUBLt YOU t 7 m at F.Tnrlnnia in ill 4' w Optical Profession Assures you absolute comfort in Glasses Ground amlJFitted by us BERBER OPTICAL CO., EXCLUSlVt OPTICIANS 110 South Second Street. Established I'.KH Lerue Grinding Done on the Premises PERSONAL. PARAGRAPHS Bread from six bakeries at the Richelieu grocery. Hev. Hugh A. Cooper has returned from a short visit at Jemea, Horn to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dwln ni'll, of West New York avenue, a girl. VV. E. Mauser Is spending several days on a business trip to Helen and Socorro. E. A. Davis, connected with the Pul.man company, is enjoying a short visit at Orand Canyon. Mrs. F. L. Walnath of Helen came to the city this morning and Is spend, ing the day visiting with friends. Frank K. Harris, of the Bank of Commerce, has returned from a visit in Los Angeles and San Bernardino. The Bernalillo county and city Democratic clubs w'll meet tonight tor the purpose of affiliating with each other. Col. R. E. TWitchell, secretary of the Sixteenth National Irr.g.Ulon con. gress, was a passenger for Las Vegas this morning. M. I). Lincoln and C. A. Lacy will make a trip in a few clays to the mountains, looking for locations for prospecting purposes. Mrs. F. J. Houston has returned from' the east, where she has been visiting relatives at Lansing, snd other large cities in Michigan. Fresh salmon and small channel rat fish at the San Jose Market. Augu.it Zenz, an engineer on the Santa Fe, left yesterday for Gallup afti-r a few weeks' visit with his fam ily on South Third street. Train No. 10 of this morning car tied two cars filled with imported Mexican laborers brought into the country to do railroad work. A. A'atteuccl, proprietor of the Champion grocery store, expects to leave the first of the month for a four weeks' visit In California. Jos. Hadarraco is having a brick building erected on Fourth street be tween Copper and Tljeras avenues for business and dwelling purposes. before you get nungry place an or ier with the Richelieu Grocery. J. A. Miller, principal of the Cen tral High school, has returned from a visit at Taos. Prof. Miller conduct ed the Taos County Tcachera' Insti tute. Major W. H. H. Llewellyn of Las Cruces, who attended the Taft nomi nation ceremonies at Cincinnati Tues day, is expected to return the latter part of the week. Mrs. R. E. Wilson will arrive to night from Las Vegas to Join her husoand. Mr. and Mr. Wilson will make Albuquerque their place of res idence during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ament and daughter Florence, of Deming, passed through the city last evening en route from a visit In Denver, where they also attended the Democratic conven tion. L. C. Aubrey, representing the Van Houten coke nd coal works of Ra ton at El Paso, spent several hours In the city today while waiting for a train to carry him to southern Ari zona. Fred Dennett of Washington, D. C, commissioner of public lands, accom panied by Frederic Newburgh, hla secretary, of Belolt, Mo., are In Santa Fe. Mr. D-'iniett Is making a trip through Ww Mexico and Arlaona, and paying official visits to all tfc United States land offices In the two territories. A. M. Dett''lbach, secretary of the New Mexico Firemen's association, is In the city from Santa Fe to discuss a firemen's tournament to be held In connection with the Twenty-eighth Territorial fair. T. L. McSpadden and son Clarence have returned from a several weeks' visit in Chicago, Kansas City and To peka. Mrs. McSpadden, who was with them In the east, will remain with friends in Topeka untU fall. Charle. V. Safford. traveling terri torial auditor. Is absent from Santa Fe on an official visit to Rio Arriba and San Juan counties, for the pur pose of examining the records of the financial offices at Tierra Amarllla and Artec. Two Ken cars nrade the first suc cessful trip to Camp Whltcomb lRst Sunday. The cars were driven by Messrs. Dutt. r and McMaln. This Is a very hard trip and heretofore all attempts to reach the camp by auto mobile have failed. Buy your chickens at the San Jose Market. All stock shipped In alive. F. L. Vandegrlft. special corre spondent of the Santa Fe system, will establish his headquarters In Albu querque the early part of August for the purpose of devoting his time to writing articles on the congress and advertising It along the lines of the San tat Fa road. Be sure and stop at the San Jose Market and take home a pound of that Colossal Cream Cheese, for It U the finest cheese that was ever In Al buquerque. The Santa Fe limited train No. 3 due here at 12:30 o'clock tomorrow was wrecked at Wakarusa. Kan., this morning, according to a private dis patch received today at noon. The engineer and fireman and several pas sengers are reported killed. Among the guests registered this week at Cliffdene on the Pecos are: Mr. Crandall, superintendent of the government Indian school; Mr. Con ner, superintendent of deaf and dumb school at Santa Fe; Mr. Conner, Sr., from Atlanta. Ga.; Mrs. Roarbon, Las Vegas; Mr. Knote and brother of Wheeling, W, Va. Harry Fouts, the Irresistible day ticket clerk at the local passenger station, Is on duty again after a leave of absence of over two months. Mr. Fouts. accompanied by hla family. during his vacation visited In Kansas, Indiana. Pennsylvania and New YorK, and picked up two pounds and a half at each stopping place, making a to tal of ten pounds. Mrs. Guy Lumraer died yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Lummer has been a resident of Albuquerque the past four years, and Is survived by two children, three sisters and one brou er. Tho funeral was held this after. noon from the residence of Mrs. Joh Clarke. 4 09 South Hunlng avenue, a slater of Mrs. Lummer. Burial was In Falrvlew cemetery. The Alvarado curio store has been rearranged and given a new Interior dressing. Two deep and broad seats have been placed on either side of the big Are place, the partitions separat ing the Navajo blanket room from the main building, and the gates to the departments in the south end of tne building which hitherto have been nrlvate have been moved past the place where the blanket collection CHAFING DISHES Just received a larjje shipment. Haven't room for them, and are making special low prices this week to move them The Diamond' EVER1TT Central Ave. Albuquerque (Palace XsK3CO0000OC000 oooocoooooooo ban.. The blanket collection has been surrounded by a low fence. This enclosure will also protect a silver collection from too close Inspection by the public. A. J. Porter of Mexico City, an owner of extensive land In Mexico, Is visiting in this city for a few day. A marriage license was granted I.ula Marlngton, age 33, and Patrick T. Mahoney. age 49, today by Probate Merk Walker. Both parties gave their residence as Albuquerque. Miss Sena, a sister of Mayor Sena of Santa Fe and her little niece ar rived this morning from Santa Fe. Miss Sena has placed her niece, who s III, under the care of Dr. Tull for treatment. Carlos Aragon and A. Leyba, two native employe of the Santa Fe yards, were slightly Injured yester day afternoon In an accident which occurred In the yard. Neither of the men was seriously Injured, Aragon escaping with a slight Injury to one of his arms and Leyba's foot was slightly lacerated. They were both sent to the Santa Fe hospital ror treatment. W. C. Kennedy, ex-pollce officer or Albuquerque, now connected with the secret service of the Santa Fe, re turned to the city last night from Brookfleld, Mo where he was called two weeks ago by the sickness of his baby, w ho was taken to Brookfleld by Mrs. Kennedy on a visit to relatives. The child died suddenly and was bur. ied t Brookfleld a week ago yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy have a large number of friends In Albuquerque who sympathize with them In their bereavement. For First Class Work and Prompt Delivery ? ... .CALL. 0 H, HU&BS LAUNDRY CO. jj WHITE WAGONS OOCXXXJOOCXJOOOCXJC REMOVAL i i S ALtt i i BEGINNING MON. JULY 27 Anl Continuing For EIGHT DAYS MRS. COVERDALE, mnTr will sell everything at 25 Cents on the Dollar ; Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, Flowers, Ostrich I; Plumes, Fancy Feathers, Wings, Ribbons, Wire ' ' Frames, and in fact, everything at One-Third usual prices, o ' To avoid the burden of moving, STOCK MUST BE REDUCED AT ANY PRICE X eneu i.Hcoit ikylfji dead. Denver, July 30. Simon A. Llf- aehitz h weaithv liauor dealer, was found dead on the floor of hla bed room this moriilnsr. Some bruises un der his chin excited the suspicion that he had been murdered but physicians declared death was probably due io natural causes. The coroner will In ALTOIST IS KILLED. Vew York. Julv -AO. Alfred Lauter oach, a son of Edward Lauterbach, a nromliierit lawyer and nollticlan. was killed this morning in an automobile accident, the machine colliding Wltn the guard rail on the approach to the railruad bridge on Williams bridge road. LAX 1SI,I1U; DESTROYS AN ENTIRE VILLAGE Innlsbruck, Austria, July 30. The village of Merh-Les-Bains has been destroyed by a landslide. Sixteen per sons are reported killed. KX-GOVEUXOR IS DEAD. Stockton, Calif., July 30. James H. Budd, former governor of Cali fornia, a prominent Democrat, died early today of uraemia, aged 68. SALE OF HOME COOKINO. The ladies of the Presbyterian church will hold a sale of home cook ed food, Including bread, pies, cakes, doughnuts and other good things, Sat urday, August 1, beginning at 9 o'clock in the Gleckler building cor ner of Gold avenue and Fourth Btreet. 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. $15.00 and $18.00 Suits NOW 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 PRESERVING SUPPLIES. Paraffin wax, per lb....... ISc 3 lbs of sealing wax 250 Heavy rubber fruit Jar rings, 8 dos, 25c pine jelly glasses, dos 40o 1 qt tin cans, dos BSC Pint fruit jars, doi 80c Quart fruit Jars, dos ..95c Half gallon Jars, doz $1.25 TILE MAZE. VM. KIEKE, IToprtetor. STAGE TO JEMEZ LEAVES 211 WEST GOLD EVEKY MORNING AT 5 O'CLOCK. For the best work on shirt waists pntronlze Huhbs Laundry Co. The reason we do so much ROUGH DRY work Is because we do It right and at the price you cannot afford to have It done at home. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY. Highland Livery n AM BROOK BROS. Phone f96. 113 John St Up-to-date turnouts. Best drivers In the city. Proprietors of ''Sadie,' the plclnc wagon. j New Rink I Most Popular Place in Town TONIGHT New Moving Pictures Weird Symphony, Lady Bar rister. (Irciiiit-itantial l'vhlivice or An Innocent Victim, V1ri Ui')' Joim I lie. Ijixlge, Songs: "Om Ka Ixx) So lrxt," 'and "Dmitiiliig." Good Music OPEN MORNING, AFT ERNOON and EVENING Finest Ice Cream and Coldest Soda in the City Vann Drug Co GOOD &ZTiQOtfS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY THB GREAT MAJESTIC THE GREAT MAJESTIC. V. m I I J MAJESTIC I MJfSTK B 1 Inraca IfSP Mrs.cs. I MALLEABLE AMD CHAR 4 COAL IKON RANGE ' Jjj Lasts ' Longer, Heats More Water, Heats it jjj Quicker, Uses Less Fuel, j bakes Better, and gives better general satisfac tion than any other range on the market. our THE GREAT MAJESTIC. q If you will call at store, we will prove tluse facts to you. Wagner Hardware Co CENTRAL ANDUFOURTH . '-"r,, ' -. f- asirlfsTii T- v"aTTrsii 'SiTTfrtiirf'i-jrY-Tir f i n r 1 ff We are now prepared to turnlsh you snop made team harness. lor leM money than you have been accustomed to paying for factory made; we know the workmanship and quality of every piece of leather used and can sava you some money. Our line of buggy harness Is very complete, ranging In price from 18.00 to 140.00. Saddles from $4.50 to $40.00. -We also do all kinds of saddle repairing. Agents for the "PETER SCHUTTLEU WAGON." ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO. FIRST AND TIJERAS Good ROOM and BOARD $1.00 a Week Up MRS. M. E. NORRIS 110 East Coal Avenue B. 11. Briggs & Co. DRUGGISTS ALVARADO PHARMACY Corner Gold Ave. and 1st St. HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Building Bring U Your Prescription Standard Plumbing and Heating Co. 412 West Central Ave. PHONE 61 4 44)4 THIRD STHEET Meat Market ill Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meat. Steam Sausage Factory. EM1L KLEIVYVORT Masonlo Building. North Ttilr Street, IIOUGH DHi. Do you know what tbi means T It not ask our driver to espials It U IMPERIAL LAUXRT. ,