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'ALBTJ QTTTT.QU ft CITIZEN. THURSDAY, JULY SO, 1908. Closing Out Sale OF SUMMER FOOTWEAR For Men, Women and Children Every pair included in this sale Is from our reg ular stock and guaranteed to give satisfaction. We will fit you carefully and willingly exchange or refund the money if you are not pleased with your purchase. SHOES ARB ON DISPLAY IX OCR WINDOWS. Women' Low Shoes Women' Low Shoes Women' Low Shoes Women' Low Shoes Women's Low Shoes Men's Low Shoe . . . Men' Low Shoes . . . Men' Low Shoes . . . Men's Low Shoes . . , Men' Low Shoes . . , . .11.60 now IMS ..11.86 now $1.46 . .$2.60 now $1.16 ..$3.00 now $1.46 . .13.60 now $3.86 ..$1.60 now $1.16 ..$$.60 now $1.76 ..13.00 now $1.46 ,.$3.60 now $1.75 ..$4.00 now $3.16 Clearing-Out Sale orr nrn ; oummer lviiiunery When we tell you that this announcement means Stylishly Trimmed Hats as low as 7 y cents and $l.Oo, you should make a bee line for our store and save half on your purchase. ' OUR HATS LOOK WELL AND WEAR WELL Miss Lutz 208 South Second Street ' REFRIGERATORS AT COST $ 9.00 Ice Box , J 5.00 Refrigerator J 9.00 25.00 $.7.00 n.60 J 5.00 . 20.00 J. L. BELL CO. 5.7 S. First St. Whitney Company WholesaleHardware Stoves, Tinware, Enameled Ironware, iron Pipe, Pumps, Valves, , Fittings, Belling, Mine and Mill Supplies, etc. WAGONS. IMPLEMENTS AND FARM MACHINERY MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED - ALBUQUERQU T, N. A. Wl DATTFDCON livery and boarding stable J. I f I I Ll JUll 311-313 Watt Sliver Avenue TELEPHONE 37 Albuquerque. N. U. do rouit ens trouble rout Our Vast Experience in the Assures you absolute comfort in Glasses Ground and Fitted by usj BEBBER OPTICAL CO., EXCLUSIVE 0P1ICIANS 110 South Second Street. Established 1901 Lense Grinding Done on the Premises PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Hew Fall Q wining for Men and Boys is now being placed on sale. All the newest creations di rect from STE1N-BLOCH CO., of Rochester, A. Y. are now awaiting your disposal. IT WILL PAY YOUto call and look them over. Suits 18 to 30 Walk-Over S3.50 and $4.00 Shoes John D. Stetson Hats, $4 and S3 E. L. WASHBURN CO. 122 S. Second 119 W. Cold Insure In the Occidental Life. II. R. Putnam of Texlco Is in the city on a short business visit. Miss Bertha Keck left today for California, and will make her home there In the future. Mr. M. L. Stern left Wednesday evening for a vllt with friends and relatives at Denver. Suit for divorce was filed ln the district court today by Anna Sheldon against Charles Sheldon. H. F. Ellard, accompanied by hiJ three children, la in the city from Silver City for a short visit. Extra supply of sour pickles which will be nold out at Zi cents a gallon. Are you In love? Richelieu Grocery. William H. Andrews. Republican nominee for deli-gate to Congress, will return from Santa Fe this even- 11. K. Wilson, in charge of the San ta Fe exhibit at 11k- National Irriga tion congress, left lust night for Chi cago. Mm, 11. B. Holt of Las Cruces was ln Albuquerque yesterday en route homo from Santa Fe, where he attended tile convention. New Shipment of Swiss and Roque fort cheese at the San Jose Market. Ueguiar meeting of Anona council No. 1, Degree of Pocahonlats, ln Hed Men hall, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Belts were In the city for a short time ktsl night en route to their home at Silver City from Santa Fe. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. U'Kiully, accom panied fcy his sister left last evening lor Kansas City, Mo., for a visa of several weeks. ,Mr. and Mrs. R. A. French of Indi-' anapolis, lnd., are guests at tho pleasant home of F. K. Litton, of Kanchos de AtrUco. Mrs. John W. Elder left this mor.i Ing for an extended pleasure tour through California and points of In terest along the coast. Amado Chaves hns returned from a pleasure trip ln California. His fam- llv will nan return tn thftlr homo ' here in a few days. Col. W. S. Hopewell, chairman of tho board of control of the Irrigation congress, returned to the city laat evening from Santa Fe. Saturnino Baca, representing Va lencia county at the convention at. Santa Fe, was ln the city yt bterday en route to his home at Beien. M. S. Groves of Eddy county, a del egate to the territorial convention, was in the city for a short visit yes terday en route to Carlsbad. W. E. Llndsley, a delegate to the convention from Roosevelt county, spent a short time In the city yester day en route to his home at Portales. Dr. John W. Elder left on the lim ited today for a short professional visit to Los Angeles. He expects to be back at his office by Tuesday next. Dr. R. A. McBrlde passed through the city last evening en route to his home at Las Cruces from Santa Fj, where he represented Dona Ana county. Mr. and Mrs. George Sehade expect to leave Thursday evening for a trip In the east. They will stop at Den ver, Chicago and other large titles jn their way. The monthly missionary meeting of the 1'resbyterian church will be held at the home of Mrs. S. Wolking. til j North Eighth street, Friday, Au gust 21, at 2:30. Stated communication of Temple lodge No. 6, A. F. & A. M., this even ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting Masons welcome. By; order of the W. M. Frank H. Moore, secretary. Isidro Armijo and Major W. H. H. Llewellyn, delegates to the Santa Fe convention from Dona Ar.a county, were in the city last evening en route to their homes at Las Cruces. There will be a regular meeting of Adah Chapter. O. E. S., at Masonic Temple at 8 o'clock tomorrow night. By order of the Worthy Matron. Temperance Whltcomb, secretary. Mss lone Reynolds and Miss lirace Ilobbs, teachers In the Albu querque schools, are expected to re turn to the city this evening after a several weeks' vacation In Michigan. F. C. Losland of Oskaloosa, Iowa, Is spending a f w days on a visit In the city. Mr. Losland Is an old friend of K. Z. Ross, manager of the Bluewater Development company. Miss Lulu May Palmer is arranging a concert to be given at the Congre gational church Tueday evening, September 1, at which some of the bft local musical talent will partici pate. S. E. Aldrlch and Gregory Page of Gallup were In the city for a short time last night en route from Santa Fe to their homes. They were dele gates to the convention from McKin ley county. Frank Trotter has been more years in the grocery business than any other Albuquerque grocer, and he is still serving the publio with the best food products obtainable, at th Richelieu, Gold avenue. Thomas B. Carr, connected with the Santa Fe railroad for tlia past thirty-rfeven years, was here yester day on route to his home at Demlng, after attcndinif the Santa Fe conven tion as delegate from Luna county. The Alvarado museum, adjoining the curio department, is now In charge of Mis. Freda Jackson, wno arrived recently from Dallas, Texas. The museum was formerly in charge of Miss Hedwig Mlschke, whose resig nation was recently accepted. George H. Webster spent yesterday In Albuquerque on business. Mr. Webster Is a prominent business man of Cimarron and is taking an active part In the interests of the Colfax county exhibit at the Irrigation con gress. Mr. H. C. Kircher and Mrs. H. F. Klrcher of I'eorla, 111., arrived in the city this morning on No. 9, whlcn was six hours Jate. Mr. Kircher is proprietor of the Kircher Buggy com-p-any of Peoria and will remain 'n the city indefinitely owing to poor health. The Woman's Home mission of th M. K. church. South, will hold their regular monthly social at the Scull and Minnis hme. 220 South Edrth street, Tuesday, August 25. There will be an Interesting program con sisting of readings, poloi apJ 'nciru montal music. Everyono is Invited. The hours are from 6 tc 11 In the evening. The usual large crowd was at the rink last night to see the perfect moving pictures. The crowds are steadily growing as the management is sparing neither time or expense to get the best for its patrons. Tonight is couples night with an entire change of program. Couples' night has always 'been one of the most pop. ulnr sessions since the rink opened, and tonight will be no exception. Miss Blanche Glover, formerly of this city and now a resident of L)i Angeles, Calif., passed through the city this mortilfig en route to Van Wert, Ohio, where she will spend a few weeks with friends In that city. Miss Glover was quite popular among the younger set In Albuquerque and many of her former friends were at the station to meet her. The replacing of the tile on the roof of the Alvarado hotel la rapidly nearlng completion and when the job Is completed quite an Improvement will be. uoiictd in the temperature of the Interior of tho structure, making much cooler sleeping apartments dur ing the summer months. Before the repairs were made each rain and wind storm caused rain to blow !n under the tiles, spoiling Interior plas tering. Boards have now been placed under the tiled so that all this will now be eliminated. After a most enjoyable visit with Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Lewinson ff 312 South Seventh street. Miss Nell Stern of St. Louis, Mo., departed this morning for Las Vegas, where she will be joined next Monday by Miss Jetta Rosen v. aid and Mrs. Seymour Lewinson. Together the party will j tour Colorado, from where they go east visiting some of the principal ; elt.es on their way, stopping at St. i Louis, Mo., on their way back, where they will spend a short time as the , guests of Ml' Stern. i Mrs. Dolores Arias, proprietor of ! a small restaurant in the rear of the I saloon owned by Charles Grande, I while crossing the Santa Fe tracks in a buggy at what is known as the Woolen Mills crossing, was struck by passenger train No. 1 yesterday even ing. The horse was killed and the buggy demolished while the woman was caught by the engine pilot and carried almost a mile to the station here. The engine crew was In ig norance of the accident until the train came to a stop in front of the station and spectators carried the woman from the front of the engine. i She was removed to St. Joseph's san- itarlum and la under the care of Dr. J. II. Wroth, who says that she will recover. The extent of her Injuries Is not known. The United State civil service com mission announce examinations for eligibility for the following named po sitions, same to take place during the month of September: Assistant la dairying, for men only; topographic Jraftsmen, copyist topographlo draftsmen, both men and women will be admitted to this examination; ttlng engineer, Philippine service, examination for men only; Lanston operator, both men and women being eligible.; negative cutter and lltho graphla draftsman, deaf mutes may fill this vacancy if otherwise quali fied; engineer draftsman, supervising architect's oftlce; fermentation chem ist. Applicants should apply at once to the United States civil service commission, Washington, D. C, for application forma and special forms. No application will be accepted un less properly executed and filed with the commission at Washington prior to the hour of closing business on a set date, found on printed forma Is sued by the commission. In applying for these examinations the exact title as given at th head of each an nouncement should be used In th application. GRAYS WILL PLAY SANTA Ft SUNDAY Tliey Expect to Win the Gams and Uot In Shac for tlie Proposed ;ames Willi Browns. Owing to the refusal of the Albu querque Browns to play with them next Sunday afternoon, the Barelas Grays have accepted a gam with th Solomon Grays of Santa Fe, and de part for that city Sunday morning. They also received a telegram from Belen this afternoon asking for a game but It was too late as arrange ments with the former had already been made. Many of th local fans will accompany the boys to the An cient City Sunday and a hot contest la being looked for and as usual. Danny Pad ilia, manager, for the lo cals, Is more than confident that they will be the winners in their game with the Ancients. The games be tween the Brownies and the Barelas boys will soon be commenced, the outcome of which will decide as to which team will represent the city during the tournament this fall at the time of the Irrigation congress. Both teams are confident of being the representative organizations and each will have their limit of three men from out of town In their regu lar team, the names of which are as yet being withheld. CHAFING DISHES Just received a large shipment. Haven't room for them, and are making special low prices this week to move them The Diamond; ITiITD .T"T Central Ave. 3alaceI 1 V L-Il 1 I l I Palace l V I 1 Albuquerque KOJKOCCCSC0CCO OSXJ4rOCgCCUSX0SKO cxxxxxxxxxxxxx3ocxaxx xjodb - . - K - For First .Class Work and Prompt Delivery HUBBS LAUNDRY Col CXXXXXXXXXXXJOOOOCCOOL COLOMBO THEATER The Colombo management has se cured for Its patrons for tonight and tomorrow night a new film recently issued by the Vitagraph company en titled "Just Plain Folks." the story of a simple country girl who re nounces the love of the young village parson for the smiles and promise of a young man from the city, who with his fine clothes and smooth man ners succeeds ln Inducing her to elope. As soon as they reach the city he renounces all his pledges and in troduces her to the gay life of the big city. The minister follows and finds them ln a drinking parlor. He arrives just in time to prevent the bewildered girl rrom drinking a glass of champagne. Then follows the old story of the insincere villain, who casta her off whon he has tired of her and her aimless wanderings through the streets. At last he finds the minister from home con ducting services in a mission. The villain Is found and punished. They then return to the old home, where the father grants his forgiveness and gives his daughter to the minister with his tlesslng. Another good film is entitled "The Merry Widower," showing the trans formation of an old and recently be reaved widower after making the ac quaintance of a gay young woman. He keeps the barbers, florists and confectioners busy for a few days but loses out :n ti" e.d. inite other good pictures, "The Dressmaker's Surprise," "Artificial Brooding" and "Foothill Final," with two new songn, make a very plearng bill. IIOTF.L ARRIVALS. Sturgea. W. C. Irwin, Belen; W. R. Love lace. Mrs. J. L. Lovelace, Sunnyslde; M. Hill, Santa Fe; Will Robinson, F. Miller, Roswell; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ayers, Kansas City: J. M. Mc intosh, Is Animas; Riley Edwards, Carthage; W. Herger, Belen; J. J. Fullerton. Roswell; Mrs. J. E. Rhodes. Mrs. L. Hearn, Tyrone; Jno. Warren. Helen; Chas. Lewis, San Marclal; Wm. F. Reed and ion, Carlsbad; S. L. Deerell, J. P. Chanes, Flagstaff; W. II. Delane, Louisville; J. B. Dant, Louisville; J. H. Herman, Wichita; S. E. Aldrlch, Gallup; II. B. Hetlln. Roswell; G. H. Leonard, Den ver; J B. Marston. Bland; W. K. Moiinan, Lag una. Savoy. H. II. Shepperd, Denver; J. W. Klrkpatrick, Louisiana; B. Spears, Tonque; J. E. Pennington, Santa Rita; Mrs. E. C. Granger, Ft Worth; L. D. Phillips Chicairo; C. W. Ram bo, Guthrie, Okla.; R. Grady and wife. El Pai; J. A. Gleasner, El Paso. Quality OUR FIRST CONSIDERATION in offering merchandise to our patrons is quality. We therefore confine ourselves to the leading lines of the country lines which are ti ne-tried and worthy. Hart Schaffner & Marx Make the Standard High Grade Clothing of the United States Our fall lines are arriving and are being placed on sale. Knox Hats-Stetson Hats Have been on the market for half a century and are fully guaranteed. Prices within the reach of all. $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 Hanan ShoesDouglas Shoes The old reliable in their respective classes every pair replaced free of charge if they fail to satisfy. SIMON STERN THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER FOR SALE A Ranch of 4 acrts, 4 room bout, wagon and farm tmpltmtntt, fruit treat aori truck garden. Close In. A bargain. SI.CSO. JOHN M. MOORE REALTY CO. Highland Livery BAM BROOK BROS. Phone 590. Ill John St. Up-to-date turnout. Best driver In the city. Proprietor of "Sadie," the plclnn wagon. Cralge. B. B. Waeker. E. W. Barnes, Huckberry, A. T.; E. E. Smith, Los Angeles; F. E. McEvory, Denver; L. Stanfleld. Denver; J. F. Johnston, Los Angeles. Grand CVntrul. It. F. Fothergall, G. F. Moye, J, A. McKeller, G. Logan. Las Vegas, N. M.i J. H. Burns, R. McDongall, R. A. Krane, S. W. Wright. San Mar clal. Place an art., lu The Citlien and watch It work for yon. Oor work Is IlltiirT every de partment. Iluhtw liiflrj Co. f TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR SALE Cheap, cast off clothing, suitable for carpet rags. Call at 111 Iron avenue. City. Susertbe for The Evening Cltlsen and get the news. A WORD 10 THE MECHANIC There is no royal road to success In any field of action. Ninety-nine out of every hundred achieve it. Tou see men climbing right by you every day. Do you wonder why? Oh you aay "they have a pull.." Don't delude yourself the chances are they are studying the technique while getting the practice. They know why, and hold the high salaried positions. If you still do the hard work and get less pay, nobody Is to blame but yourself. Quit knock, ing and get busy. Our stock of Me chanical Books will be the most com plete In New Mexico. A number or dered are not yet In but here are some that came today: Standard Hand Book for Electrical Engineers. Kent's Mechanical Engineers' Hand Book. Steam Engineering, Pullen. Supplee's Mechanical Engineers' Reference Book. Modern Steam Boilers. Alternating Current Wiring and Distribution. Prevention of Accidents. Illustrated Technical Dictionary, Vol. I. Elements of Machinery and Tools Most Frequently Used. Vol. II. Electrical Engineering. Including Tel egraphy and Telephony. 4,000 Illustra tions and numerous formulae. Building Construction for Beginners Building Construction Part I. Complete Modern Carpentry. Complete Treatise On The Steel Square. Brooks' Automobile Hand Book. We had shipped ln by mistake a lot of Popular Mechanics' Shop Notes Vols. I. II. III. IV; a complete set. These are worth $2.00 We will sell the sets while they last for $1.25. STRONG'S BOOK STORE. Phone 1104. Next Door to P. O. DISSOLUTION' OF PARTNERSHIP. Copperton, N. M., Aug. 1. 1908. The partnership heretofore existing between H. R. Taylor an 1 Cyrus Mo DRrlel Is hereby dli'J'vei. "'ther ore be nt' responsible fir a'y debts con tracted by the other. 1 make a specialty of Jobbing In I. rick work or plastering. II. Angclo Cardette, lirlck nioson and plasterer. Phone 1491. Jut recrtvetl a carload of gla.Hn. Iet us quote you H-lee. Superior Lumber and Mill to. Our shirt and collar work U per fect. Our lHMESTIO FINISH la the proper thing. We lead others follow. IMTKRIAL LAUNDRY CO. For Ute beMt work on aldrt walsu patronize Hubba Lanndry Co. IXH'IKN'S JERSEY FARM FOR PURE ICE CREAM. Do yon know Uiat we operand SO machine In our plant every day? That'a wtiy we can make and sell window frames for brick at tt.&Oj screen doors at $1.00; porch suing at $5.00. Superior Planning MUX Want ads prlnud In the Cltlsen will brine reaolta. Standard Plumbing and Heating Co. 412 West Central Ave. PHONE 61 THIRD STrtEET Meat Market All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meat. Steam Sausage Factory. EMIL KLEIN-WORT Masonic Building. North Third Finest Ice Cream and Coldest Soda in the City Vann Drug Co B. H. Briggs & Co. DRUGGISTS Subscribe for The Cltlsen today. ALVARADO PHARMACY Comer Gold Ave, and 1st St, HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Building Bring U Your Prescriptions WHY NOT BUY BREAD? It is the staff of life, and whlla meats are so exorbitant in price th difference in the cost alone should make you eat good, high grade, nu tritious breads such as you can al ways secure here. Our breads will fupply more nourishment with less waste than any other food. It la made of superior flour when made at Pioneer Bakery, 207 South First St Good ROOM and BOARD $4.00 a Week Up MRS. M. E. NORR1S 110 East Coal Avenue ROUGH DRl. Do you know what Uu. meaittT U not ak our drivers to explain It i IMPERIAL LAUNDRY. STAGE TO JKMKZ LEAVES Sit WEST GOLD EVERY MORNING AT B O'CLOCK.