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Friday, AVGt'sT si, ios. Special Sale of Summer Shoes We are closing out the balance of our Summer Foot wear at greatly reduced prices. Kvery pair is from our regular stock and guaranteed to give satisfaction. The sizes are sorrewhat broken, but we may have your size in just the style you prefer. Won't you come and find out? It certainly means a great saving. Women' Canvas Low Rhocw $1.50 nit to $1.15 Women's Dongola lxny Shoes $1.85 rut to $1.45 Women's VIcJ Rid Ixvy Shoe $3.00 rut to $2.45 AVomen's Patent Kid Ijow Shoe $3.50 cut to $2.85 Men's Ouitm Kin km $1.50 cut to $1.15 Men's Yld KM Oxfonls $3.75 cut to $2.00 Men's Calf Oxfords $3.60 cut to $2.85 Mini's l'atent Colt Oxford $4.00 cut to $3.10 Clearing-Out Sale of ri nr-ii ; oummer lviuunery When we tell you that this announcement means Stylishly Trimmed Hats as low as 7 cents and $l.0o, 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 DO YOUR tYCS TROUBLE YOU? Our Vast Experience in the Optical Profession Assures you absolute comfort in Glasses Ground and Fitted by usj BE8BER OPTICAL CO., LXCLUMVt OPTICIANS 110 South Second Street. Established li04 Lense Grinding Done on the .Premises PERSONA L PAKAOKAI IIS Insure In the Occidental Lite. L. K. McQaffey of lloswell is In the City on business. James Keller of Centervllle, Iowa, Is In Albuquerque arid intends to lo cate here. K. L. Washburn returned to tho city yesterday from a several week' trip in California. Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Moran and chil dren of Doming were in Albuquerque yesterday on a visit with friends. New Shipment of Swiss and Roque fort cheese at the San Jose Market. ed her voice. The change proved ben cf clal. Mrs. Kerry Is singing on thu Keith & Proctor circuit with great success. K. Maharam has returned to his lxi in..' here after a several weeks' trip to New York and Chicago, purchas ing fall and winter stocks for hU establishment. There will be a regular meeting of Adah chapter, . K. tl., this evening at tl o'clock at the Masonic Temple. Hy order of the worthy matron. Tem perance VVhitcomb, secretary. Mrs. Francis K. Wood returned to her home here lust night from an ex tended visit to her former home at Corning, N. Y.. and popular summer resorts in the Adirondack. Remember the Old Folks' concert, Thursday, August 27, at Elks opera hou.se. Mrs. Collins. Mrs. Frank and Judge W. C. Heacock and family other well known singers will take REFRIGERATORS AT COST $ 9.00 Ice Box J 5.00 Refrigerator 19.00 25.00 $ 7.00 n.60 ; j 5.00 20.00 J. L. BELL CO. H5-I7 S. First St. returned to the city yesterday from an outing at Jemez Springs. Dr. V. S. Cheney, surgeon for the American Lumber company at Kett ner, is an Albuquerque v.s tor today. lion. II. O. Ilursum of Socorro ar rived in Albuquerque last evening from Santa Fe, where he attended the convention. W. A. Keleher returned last even ing from St. Paul, Minn., where he attended the National Editorial asso ciation meeting. James II. Smith has returned from a business trip to Las Vegas and Ka- ton. Mr. Smith Is deputy United States marshal. W. K. Maromon, of Laguna, spent yesterday in Albuquerque en route to hlg homo after a several weeks' visit in South Dakota, Miss Chi nun Garcia, aged 18, died at her home lu Albuquerque yester day at 6:25 p. in. Funeral announce ments will be made later. S. Anderson, timekeeper for tha .Santa Fe at the lo'ul Hhops, has re turned from a short vacation spent at Kansas City and Chicago. Mrs. J. K.' DeKhodes and Mrs. part. Tickets at Strong's and Mil son's bookstores. Mrs. A. B. McOaffey end children. uccompanled by Dr. J. W. Elder, leJt last evening for Dong Becah, Calif., with hopes that the change will ben efit the health of Nelll McCSaftey, two years old. J. A. Skinner has removed his gro eery bulnets from (J old avenue to 205 South First street. The new store is well stocked, clean and well ap pointed and presents a very attractive appearance. James Peters and Thomaa Carney, formerly connected with the Ameri can Dumber company here, were In the city for a visit with friends yes terday, en route to Los Angeles fro:n Chihuahua, N. M. Lawrence Iifeld returned yesterday from a most enjoyable outing and fishing trip at Trout Springs and Lu Vegas. After spending a sho time ut his home here he will return to Cambridge, Mass., to resume jii course, at Harvard university. Mr. and Mrs. Dlspham and children of Needles, Calif., are the guests of pleted a gorgeous sight will ba dis played to Aibuquerqueans and visit ors to the city. V. P. Rendle, In charge of the coal chutes and water service on the Eastern Hallway of New Mexico, was quite seriously Injured this week. H'i was lirotiKht to Albuquerque last evening, suffering from several pain ful brul.c and a badly crushed leg, caused by thp overturning of the rail- ay motor car In which he was riding. Orogory Page, a prominent citizen of fllup and one of the largest prop erty owners of McKInley county, re turned to his home at the Carbon City last night, after having spent severil days In the city. Mr. Page was one of the delegate who nominated W. H. Andrews at the Republican con vention. RAILROAD MAGNATE IS II" Ho Cum s Out But Has All the Com fort of Modern Li to. Including Ice Water. Klamath Falls, Ore., Aug. JL Edward H. Harrlman. railroad king, has gone camping. He has left dull work-a-day cares and the worries In cident to directing the destinies of some 45,000 of steel highway behind him more or less and la rough ing It. How would you like to go camping in a tent with hardwood walls and floors, sleep In an Iron bed upon the finest mattress that money could buy, read by electric light, have enough ice water to float a ship and have a private bath? That Is the way Harrl man "camps" when he "roughs It" at Pellcal Bay, near Klamath Falls, Oregon. To the common camper who packs a dog tent on his back and "hikes" through the mountains to his favor ite trout stream, cooks his meals over a smoky fire, and fairly revels In dirt for a couple of weeks each year, there Is not much "roughing It" about Harrinian's outdoor life. Pelican Lodge, which It located on an arm of Upper Klamath Lake, In Southern Oregon, was formerly a public pleasure resort conducted by Capt. Holoblrd, who Is now In Har rinian's employ, his duties being to supervise the caretakers at the prop erty he once owned. The Harrlman estate Is anything but public now, the boundaries fairly bristling with notices warning the curious traveler WWW WWWWW VV Ve WW WSJSFSP wwwwwww 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 tine-tried and worthy. Hart Schaffner & Marx Make the Standard High Grade Clothing of United States Our fall lines are arriving and being placed on sale. the are 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 Shoes-Douglas 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 1 1 Mr. uud Mrs. A. J. Richards, of South I that no one Is allowed to trespass. rno street. Mrs. Bispham and Mrs. Lewis Hearn and children of Tyrone i uu.nards are sisters. Mr. Blspham is Whitney Company WholesaleHardware Stoves, Tinware, Enameled Ironware, Iron Pipe, Pumps, Valves, Fittings, Belling, Mine and Mill Supplies, etc. WAGONS. IMPLEMENTS AND FARM MACHINERY MAIL OZDZfSS SOLICITED - ALUUQuERQU ?, H. Af. Wl DATTPDniM LIVtRY AND BOARDING SI ABLE Je in I I LIJlll J JJ Wait Sllvar Avanua TELEPHONE ST Albuquerqua, ft. M. Mw Fall Ol&thMg for Men and Boys is now being placed on sale. Allthe newest creations di rect from STE1N-BLOCH CO., of Rochester, A. K. J are now awaiting your disposal. IT WILL PAY YOU, .to call and look them over. Suits 18 to $30 Walk-Over S3. SO and $4.00 Shoes John O, Stetson Hats, $4 and $5 E. L. WASHBURN CO. 722 S. Second 119 W. Cold spent yesterday In the city visiting friends and shopping. Under the direction of Miss Lulu May Palmer an interesting concert will be given at t ho -Congreuation.il church September 1. Mrs. Robert Cassidy of Laguna was In the city for a short time last even ing, en route for a few months' visit with her parents at Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh, of South Third street, left last evening for Los Angeles, Calif. They will re main In California Indefinitely. Prof. J. A. Miller, of Central High school, returned last night from Ber nalillo, where he conducted the San doval county teachers' Institute. Hoy Benedict and Will Hartley, connected with the local Santa Fe shops, left last night for San Diego, Los Angeles and other points in Cali fornia. Frank Trotter has moved his gro cery store to the next store east, 116 Gold avenue, where he Is now pre pared to receive old and new custom-era. Mrs. Oreen and daughter, Miss Green, family of Captain Qreen of the Santa Fe penitentiary, have re turned to the capital city after a month's sojourn at Jemei Springs. Fred Wernlke left th a morning for Melrose and other points in the I'eeos valley In the interests of the i luuwaier Development company, which h represents. The Young Peoples' City union will hold Its regular meeting at the Con gregational church Friday night at 8 o'clock. Each church is expected '.o be well represented. Friends In the city received a let ter yesterday from Mrs. Rom Berry, formerly of this city but now of New York. Mrs. Berry went to Europe several months ago to secure relief from a throat trouble which affect- one of the oldest engineers on the .-anta Fe coa-t lines. Mr. T. JJ. Baldwin wishes to an nounce that he is not connected with the Daily Sun in any capacity and has not been with that paper since August 7. This notice Is for the ben efit of subscribers and advertisers in tne above mentioned paper. Adv. Antonio Uarcia was sentenced o pay H fine of $60 or serve sixty days In the county Jail for toting a gun. liarcia was arrested last night at the corner of Copper avenue and Third street for drunkenness. When search ed the ofllcer found a p'stol in his pocket. While responding to two alarms which were turned in early this morning, both of which were falde, one of ihe fire department horses fell and was dragged some thirty feet by his mute. The accident occurred "n Tijeraa avenue, near Sixth,, and was due to the horse stumbling, the streets in that vicinity being poorly lighted. While badly bruised the animal was righted and the wagon proceeded on its way, only to find that some fright ened persons smelled smoke and turned In the alarms. The horses were driven by Ed. Donahue, ro whom was attached for the accident to the horse. The large twelve-foot sign, bearing the Santa Fe monogram- thereon in tlu-ir official colors, blue and white, and which will be placed on the two domes of the Alvarado hotel for Irri gation congress week, la being erected this morning. Over 650 small lights will be used In Its illumination and promise to present a most beautiful as well as attractive ornament. It will face Central avenue. Mr. Tucker, the official electrician of the Santa Fe system, Is In the city superintending the work of wiring for the 2,800 lights which will adorn the Alvarado hotel In honor of thu meeting this fall, and when his work Is com Some few favored mortals have been ermitted to Inspect the place, how ever, and have rouna it a veruaDie paradise. The sport at the lake Is fit for any ing; even a monarch, of railroads. There Is abundant Ashing In Upper Klamath Lake and In the trout streams In the mountains nearby. but this was not enough for Harrl man. Hundreds of men worked throughout the summer building a new road from Pelican Bay to Crater Lake, so the magnate's automobile might be taken to the unsurpassed shlng grounds there. The expense of rebuilding this highway was borne olntly by Harrlman and the county. Th lodge itself Is a large house n wmcn are arawing onu uiiuug rooms, wltn tne servants- quarters ocated In a wing. Near It Is a small- r log house, the boudoir of Mrs. larrlman. about which are clustered number of tents,' the sleeping apartments of other members of the party. These tents are wonderful atrairs. They are equipped with all the con veniences of a modern Hotel, electric ights. running hot and cold water, private bath In connection and tne hardwood floors are covered with heavy velvet rugs. The electric lights are supplied with power by a small but perfect electric plant upon the grounds and thi'iu lire ii I. so an Ice plant and a first class water system among the modern conveniences at the lodge. Camping, yet; but "roughing If well, hardly! WRECK KEPOUT CXim'VDEI). Clarksburg, W. Va.. Aug. 21. The report last night of a wreck with several fatalities on the Pennsboro and Harrlsville narrow gauge rail road at Pennsboro, proves unfounded. OO0000000C000 0COCOOtK)OtOOOOO CHAFING DISHES Just received a lure shipment. Haven't room for them, and are making special low prices this week to move them The Diamond CpDTT Central Ave. Palace . .L-VEirviI 1 Albuquerque mowjm.mow)090wKJwjy.m oojO ococ'jkjcjoooo OOOXJO(JUCXXXXXX)UOOXXX JOOOCJ UOCOXXJCXXJOOOCXJOOOUtJC X TJUUC For First; Class Work and Prompt Delivery J J CALL.. .J ! HU3BS LAUNDRY CO. i WHITE WAGONS ! OCX XXXXJC XXJOOOOOUGOOC XJUOOUOCCXJOCXXXXXXX30 " Your Opportunity to buy Summer Millinery at a very low price is now. We have a limited number of very pretty Trimmed and Pattern Hats which we are closing out this week. Our Hats carry with them the assurance of being "correct." -t ' 4 MISS C. P. CRANE MILL1NKRY AND DRESSMAKING J'ARLORS Corner Central aud Fifth : : Fhone, Ml 1 .f FOR SALh A Ranch of 4 mcru, 4 room hous: wagon and fa' m Impltmtnls, fruit iraas mad truck gardan. Clot a In. A bargain, f 1,0 SO. JOHN M. MOORE REALTY CO. Highland Livery H AM BROOK BROS. Phone 5. 112 John St. I p-U-da turnout. Mest drive In Uie city. Proprietors of "Sadie, the plclntj wagon. Standard Plumbing and Heating Co. 412 West Central Ave. PHONE 61 THIRD STHEET Meat Market KU Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meat. Steam Sausage Ffcctory. EM It, ltLEIXWORT Masonic Building. Xorto Third Btiwi KEXIGIOUS F.VNATIC GOl TO ASYLUM Adolph Croder, for whom Mrs. Aria was searching Wednesday when she was run down by a Santa, Fe train near the Albuquerque woolen mills, was adjudged insane by Judge Ira Abbott yesterday and sentenced to the asylum for the Insane at Las Vegas. Croder was possessed of the idea that he was endowed with su pernatural powers and had been sent forth by God to save the people. lie was a religious fanatlo and had been mentally affected since nine years of ag. lie is now 22 years old. Mrs. ArU Is still at St, Joseph's hospital and will probably recover from her Injuries. However she was not considered strong enough to with stand the shock of being told that her Eon had been sent to the asylum. The young man was taken to the Meadow City this morning by Deputy SherlJf .Coulter. Our shirt snd collar work Is per fect. Our IKJMKSTIC FLMStl 1 the proper thing. We lead otners follow. 1MPKIIIAL LAUXDRY CO. Suwrlbe for The and get the news. Evening CUIien IMace an ad. lu Tlte Citizen watch It work for you. Our work Is HMillT every pnrinieni. Ilnlih Ijinniiry O ind ile- SKINNER'S! GROCERY i I : w ! We are now located in our new store at 205 South First Street Everything Spick and Span i t CHOICE DISPLAY I Fresn Fr ;I!s and t Vegetables j Call and Look Us Cver 1 205 SO. FIRST STREET SATURDAY'S SPECIAL SALE. 1 pkg. of mincemeat and 1 pkg. of Zest 15e Extra standard cherries, per can 201 Extrn standard pears, per can... 150 1 rikpr. of Arbuckle coffee and 1 pkg. of Zest 23c 5 bars of White Russian Soap and 1 pkg. of Zest 1 5o 2 cans of ft. Charles milk and 1 pkg. of Zest 25o P!ckle, per bottle 8c 2!c bottle of plckes 20c 10 lbs. of Cottolene 21.00 4 hn. of Cottolene and 1 pkg. of Zest 6O0 2 cans of Curtice Bros. Jam and 1 pkg. of Ze?t 25c two pound cans of tomatoes. . .651 12 He grade of pork and beans... lOo H lb. pkg. of cocoanut 15o pke.. of Jellycon I SC pkgA. of Ice Cream powder... 2Se Cleaned currants per pkg lOo pkg. of pitted prunes and 1 pkg. of Zet ISO 1 pkg. of pancake flour and 1 pkg. of Zest 150 1 large pkg. of oatmeal and 1 pkg. of Zest 200 We carry a ful line of school books for the ward chnola. TTTF, MAZE. WM. KIEKE, Proprietor. Finest Ice Cream and Coldest Soda in the City Vann Drug Co B. II. Briggs & Co. DRUGGISTS ALVARADO PHARMACY Corner Gold Ava. and 1st St. HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Building Bring Us Your Prescriptions It 1. not whet you tv ad' ln. W what 1vertU'Ti P" rate IatmI .. o'il meitne .Tn received nrll of t-lnw. l n qnnte yon price. Superior TAimV n Mm Co Eoe he beet wort on hlrt wajtl oatronle llnhha Laundry Cs. i ornoN"s JERSEY FRM FOR PURE ICE CREAM. rwi Ton know that we operara M machine In onr plant eiery davl Ttuit'a why if ran make and "ell wlnilmv frame for brick at SI.Wt wrcen door at SI 00: porch awing at S.VOO. Superior Planning Mill. Want ad printed wl'l bring renlt- In tne Cltli Rhmild yon fall to reoeiya The Evening Cltlsen, call up the Poatal Telegraph Co., telephone No. M. and your paper will be 4 delivered by KDeclal messenger. WHY NOT BUY BREAD? It Is the staff of life, and while meats are so exorbitant In price th difference In the cost alone should make you eat good, high grade, nu tritious breads such ns you can al ways secure here. Our breads will supply more nourishment with leia waste than any other food. It ! maile of superior flour when made at Pioneer Bakery, 207 South First St. Good ROOM and BOARD $1.00 a Week Up MRS. M. E. NORRIS 110 East Coal Avenue Kor;ii imv. Do you know what tni means f ti not ask our driver to explain tt U r1 IMPERIAI f.ArVHRY. STACK TO JEMEZ LEAVES til WEST COLD EVERY MOHXISQ AT ft O'CLOCK. V