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WEONMsftVV. SEPT. . 1 90S. r r, sw&4J BOYS' SHOES! Hoys will be boys asd it is quite a problem to shoe them. We have the footwenr that stands the racket, with plen ty of style and comfort thrown in: made of wekr de fying leather with good, strong soles and stitched to hold. Built on lasts that are natural, neat and trim If you ran not come yourself send your boy. We will fit him properly. 8 to ij $1,15 !j 2,00 1 3 V to 2 2', to 5 St 25 to 2.25 $1.50 ta 2.50 Miss ILmtis) 203 South Second , announces her formal Millinery Opening Saturday, September 12, 1908: Afternoon and Evening THIS GIRL has a chance to be clean. HAS YOURS ? Let us Figure on Putting in That Plumbing Work. J. L BELL 00. 115-117 S. FIRST STREET Whitney Company WholesaleHardware Stoves, TiBa;e, Enameled Ironware, Iron Pipe, Pumps, Valves, fittings, BeL..g, Mine and Mill Supplies, etc. WAGONS. NPLEM NTS AND FARM MACHINERY MAIL OROCRS &OWZITCO - ALBUQUERQUC, N. . WI DATTFDSON L,VERY AND boarding stBU J. irl I I Ltv3Ull 311-313 Watt Sllvar Avow Albuquarqua, N. U. SAM PECK'S NOBBY SUITS 1MV. AUK KKCI.IVING THK new fall and winter suits for boys and young men These will please your boy, having fancy cuffs on sleeves Trousers with with wide turned up bottoms Vest with white edging and all the natty fixings uch as patch pockets and long lapels. Knee Pant Suits, - J 5.00 to 5 7.50 Long Pant Suits, 12,50 to 18.00 School Suits. Well Made, - School Suits, Long Pants, - 3 00 to 4.00 8.00 to 10.00 THE, UBSEST STOCK THEBEST BMS SEEJHEM- E. L. WASHBURN CO. 122 S. Second 119 W. Cold DO YOUR EYES TROUBLE TOUT fljSSSl 0ur Vast Experience in the 'iXiLJi Optical Profession Assures you absolute comfort in ("3 lasses Umund and Fitted by us BE66LR OPTICAL CO., EXCLUSIVE OPTICIANS 110 South Second Street. Established 1H04 'J Lense Grinding Done on the Premises PERSONAL, l A K A O KAPH S Insure In the Occidental Life. John Stein, connected with the Har vey yystfin, Is lit the city on business. Charle.t Mitchell of Las Cruets to in the fcity for a few day on per sonal business. If the butter doesn't suit you, try Richelieu butler. Two shipments a week. Hichelieu grocery. Mrs. L. 11. Thompson of North F.iglith street left last evening for an extended visit with friends In Los An geles. Mi.-ts Nellie Urangle of St. Louis Is In the city a guc-Ht at the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. O. Brangle, of North Hi Stun street. K. Kuppe, president of the New Mexico bourJ of pharmacy, ii ex pected home Friday from uu extend ed trip east. Mrs. Tuny Ortljs and Mrs. William Wagoner left Tuesday evening for Ls Angeles, where they will spend sev eral weeks vixltlng. O. J. Kratmer and wife leave Sat urday evening for Jst. Louis, Mo., where they will spend a few weeks with their relatives. Hi.-hop J. Mills Kendrlek, of the Episcopal diocese of New Mexico and Arzotia, arrived in Albuq.uerq.ue yes terday from anta Fe. C. P. Heaton of Uibson, sales agent of the American Fuel company, spent yesterday in Albuquerque looking ft. r personal interests. Anaatacla Padillu left last evening for Cub'-ro and will remain several days overseeing work on hs large sheep ranch at that place. Miss Vivi Grlsham left last even ing for Los Angeles and an extended trip through other points in southern California. Mrs. D. D. Coverdalu wishes to an nounce her fall and winter millinery opening for Thursday. September 10. Music by orchestra. Harry Bohlman Cornell leaves Fri day evening for Lexington, Va., where he will take up the taw course at the Washington arid Lee college. Dr. Nacamull has returned from Europe and will be pleased to greet his patients and friends at his offices In the X. T. Armljo building. H. E. Davis, of Belen, passed through the city this morning en route to tils old home in Wisconsin for a month's visit to relatives. reter Gloml and William Granneu- muocl left last evening for points In Italy, where they will visit relatives and friends for the next six months. Samuel Blair of South Third street has returned to the city from a sev eral weeks' absence at Chicago, New York and other eastern cities on busi ness. The committee In charge of ar rangements for the Montezuma ball to be held Friday evening, October 9th, has held several meetings. The com mittee Is getting matters well In hand, and will be able to make de finite announcements very shortly. It is promised that this affair will eclipse all events of former seasons, and that It will make a mark, hard to equal, as a society event. There will be a rehearsal of the Irrigation, congress chorus this even ing in Convention hall at 8 o'clock. A full attendance of the members Is desired. United States Marshal W. R Forbes has returned to hla headquar t. i s here after an absence of a month spent at his old home at Portage, Wis, Stated convocation of Ulo Grande Cnupter No. 4, It. A. M., Thursday evening, September 10, at 8 o'clock, All visiting companions welcome. By order of the 11. P. Harry Uraan, secretary. Joseph Walsh of North Second st et left this morning for St. Mary's, Kan., where he will resume hia work in the classical department at St. Mary s academy. W. C. Kennedy of Pueblo, former night marshal In Albuquerque, Is In the city for a few days. Mr. Kennedy is now connected with the Santa Fe with headquarters at Pueblo. K. G. Abraham departed last even ing for a trip through the southern part of this- territory and Texas. Mr. A'uaham represents the Evans-Smith Drug company of Kansas City, Mo. Kvv, Fletcher Cook, pastor of the St. John's Episcopal church, left last evening for W iislow, Ariz., to con duct the funeral services of E. D, Haney, alio died there Sunday after noon. H. Mandell, a brother of Mike Man- dell, left last even ng for his home in New York, after a short visit with relatives In this city. Mr. Mandill has recently returned from a trip to China and other Oriental countries. The Albuquerque police department 1 looking for the owner of a sorrel pony and a buggy. The rig was found by Officer HighbargaJn Tuesday morning et 8 o'clock on North High street and taken to Trimble's livery stable for safe keeping. "The Frontlerman's Bride" la the title of the feature picture at the Co lombo theater tonight and tomorrow night. It Is on the same style as "The Cowboy's Eaby" and promises to have a successful a run. It Is one of the best pictures gotten out by the Edl company. George Hauser, the mining man, has returned to the city from Cop perton, N. M., where he haa been do ing assessment work on some pros pects he owns In that district. Mr, Hauser was abjejnt from the city two months. He says that some very promising strikes in both copper and gold have been made In the Copper- ton district recently. Lorenzo Rodrlquez, who last night sto'e a bicycle from In front of the K co cafe on First street and tried to sell It at the At cade saloon, also on First street, was sentenced to serve sixty days In the county Jail by Judge Crclg this morning. Rodrlquez was arrested shortly after the theft by Officer O'Grady. He pleaded guilty when brought Into court. C. O. Padlllo, the man who struck Officer Cooper with a stone Monday night when the Utter attemoted to rest him, Wfw, taken Into custody rt the lumber mllle vesterdsv afternoon y a member of the police force, and Iverf a hearln bafore Poliee J oil no raig at & o'clock hurt evening. Pa- Wlo was founl guilty of fighting and Isturblng the peace and f ned $16, hlch he paid. The Irrigation Congress chorus will meet this evening in Convention hall or rheaisal. Members are earnest ly requested to give these rehearsals their foremost attention for the time short. They should al.o bear In mind that this congress is an eoch the history of Albuquerque, which may never occur again. The oppor- unlty to manifest to the world what Albuquerque singers can and will do, hould appeal to and inspire every Inner with seal to assist Individually nd collectively, thereby demonstrat- ng their pride In glorifying our beu- ful city and upholding the honor of the board of control In their prom ise to make this chorus one of the leading features of the congress. All Ingers In our city are cordially in vited and will be welcomed heartily. An old fashioned, way down east log rolling is taking place at Trac- on park, where the Forestry build- ng Is being set up. cnaries Letter, n experienced lumber man from the pine ridges of Michigan, is superln- eiuling the work ond the air is filled with the odor of pine bark and the olsp of straining pine timbers, as the heavy logs are rolled and hoisted Into position by a score of men. The building will be 109 feet long and 50 feet wile, and built with the sides CHAFING DISHES Just received a large shipment. Haven't room for them, and are making special low prices this week to move them Th?Srd EVER1TT Central Ave. Albuquerque- MADAM STEWARD-LAMB M ti If i ANNOUNCES That her apartments at 212 South Second Street are now opened and she is displaying an elegant line of street hats for U:Ithe inspection of her patrons. Ik . H. COX, The Plumber pen except for the great uprights of j J PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING Clitmx Garden H-se, guaranteed the most durable. Latent things in Knamel Bathroom Fixtures. . . . Phone 1020 401 West Central Ave. i For'FirstlJClass Work and Prompt Delivery 5 .....CALL. , HUt BS LAUNDRY GO. VHITE WAGONS CJOOOCXuCXXJOUOUU pine logs. The rafters will be pine logs with the bark on. The exhibits f the American Lumber company nd the Superior Lumber company will be located In the building. Tin logs out of which the building Is be- ng constructed were brought here rom the Zuni mountains. J. A. Welnmann. proprietor of the Golden Rule Dry Goods company, who has Just returned from a busi ness trip to New York, said this morning that he would bet any part oi J 1,000 that Tatt would be elect- 1 president of the United States. Mr. Weinmans, said that New York was or Tart and the east was for Taft nd that Bryan has no show outside the absolutely solid Democratic states nd the majorities of the Peerless Leader will be badly cut In thoe tates. The regular annual meeting of the Ladles' Aid society of the Presbyter- Ian church will be held at the resi dence of Mrs. F. L. Myers, 319 South Third street, Thursday afternoon, September 10. The election of of ficers for the ensuing year will be the principal business, after which there will be a social hour and re freshments will be served All the ladies of the church and congrega tion are urged to be present and a cordial Invitation Is extended to all ladies who desire to affllate with the Presbyterian church. That the Santa Fe officials expect an unusually large crowd in aidu- querque during the Irrigation con gress Is evident from the preparations being made for the storage of bag gage. Though the original oaggage room of the local station was en larged lees than a year ago, extra storage space Is being prepared on the court Just west of the depot large enough to hold twice as much bag gage as the depot room will hold. Upon opening the store this morn ing. Walter Jaffa, of the JatTa Gro cery company, was greeted ny an odor of burning wood and upon in vestlgatlon found that the box in which bread Is kept was on Are, The blaze was extinguished with a loss of $200, which Is covered by Insurance Mamn White, who was an employe of the Atlantic & Pacinc Haiiw-ay company In this city eleven years ago is in the city shaking hands with old fr.ends Mr. White is wun me It. F. & T. railroad at Richmond, Va., and still single. A regular meeting of the Elks will he held in lodge rooms tonight at s o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. Hoy McDonald, secretary. Ruth E. Millett, who has spent the past two months on a trip through Pacific coast states and the nortn west. has returned home. It has been suggested that the Al buquerque Commercial club be deco rated with 1 ghts the same as other large buildings In the city. There will be a meeting of the of ficers anl directors of the Young Men's Republican club tomorrow eve ning. 132 YEARS ACQ TOOAY six score and twelve years ago to day this great nation was f rst culled the United Statea oi America. mm ( ii .what has occurred la two life time From 13 sparsely settled bor der statea to 4 3 mighty commoii wealtiis, and two more lambasting Uncle Sam's front door for admis- ...... - c . I t I s on. nom a popuiai on oi mice mu- lion to over 5 million. As to ma terial development, space U too short even to draw a comparison. Yet we grow and grow and who knows whit another century will bring forth: We are trying in our humble way to keep pace with this great develop ment. We are bu ld:ng up each Una that we carry to be a "topnotcher." We do not intend to feebly imitate a department store and carry a lino of everything: but try to have a Good Book Store. If you are a reader, you should aee our stock of books; not only the most complete assortment in Albuquerque, but prices are right. Just as cheap as you will buy them In the eastern cities. We carry the most complete assortment of Post Cards In the town. We also have an excellent assortment of Post Card Albums, and are adding to the present assortment. No one need be disappointed In our stock of Stationery. We have an as sortment to suit everybody. STRONG'S BOOK STORE. Phone 1104. Next Poor to the P. O, v Our shirt and collar work Is per fect. Our "DOMESTIC FIXISU la the proper thing. We lead other follow. IMPERIAL LACXPRY CO. I tf I S Kit J&J&1 mm nr( mi Jul CopvrUht 190 lr Hut Schaftner It Marx Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Are the BEST ever offered for men to wear, EVERY FAI1RIC all-wool, the tailoring- done in a way to keep the pood style looking rijrhtj you'll find these clothes the best io'r your wear, the most perfect clothes made. We show you just for example one of the new twobutton styles; a very snappy, stylish suit. In addition ti a great lino of fancy weaves and colors we want , you to have one of our fine black suits for dressier-than-business use. $22.50 to $32.50 We'll show you all sorts of good things to wear besides clothes; shirts, neckwear, hats and all the rest. SIMON STERN The Central Avenue Clothier 444M Genuine American Block $6 50 per Ton Handscreentd Cerri ios Lump $6.50 per ten Quality ana Qutotlry Cuaraataatt woe B. H. Briggs & Co. DRUGGISTS I'Kl.tLl'HU.Nfc. W. H. KAHN & CQ. "FOR CASH 0.LYM THIRD STREET Meat Market 111 Kinds of Fresh and Salt Me Steam Sausage factory. EMIL KLK1XWOKT afasoolo Building. North Third CAN YOU IMPROVE ITT We have tried, are trying, to Im prove the quality of our bread and rolls not that we are aahamed of it but that -we want to make It ercn better than It Is. That's why Wm as rood aa It la. When It'a better II ever It can be It won't be higher la price and you will set the benefit. Pioneer Bakery, 207 South First St. THE CHAMPION EROCT CO. Mmtfucel Bros., Proprietor Grocery and Meat Market.Staile an i Fanoy Groceries ALVARADO PHARMACY Corner Gold Ave. and 1st St. HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Building Bring Us Your Prescription Finest Ice Cream and Coldest Soda in the City Vann Drug Co SKINNER'S GROCERY SWEET OOUN, d 250 MAIDEN BLUSH APPLES, lb. 2 Ho WINES AP APPLES, lb 40 PEARS, 10 lbs. or more, lb.. So WATERMELONS, lb 1)40 CANTALOUPES, dozen 20c and 25o Saturday Spool! Spring Chlchtn iSZ-saWoot TJerm: Phono SI Engage Simon Garcla's Express Wagon for City and Country Trips Stand at Cor. Central Ave. & 2d M SKINNER'S 205 South First Street BEST SHOES IN TOWN FOR THE MONEY pairing Our Specialty P. MATT UCCI 1U") N. l,t. Street Itlo Gran. le Valley land tin. JOHN BORKADA1LE Real Estate and IntMmmU Colleect ItfiiU of City Realty OffUw, Cunier Third auu Uold A Phuue S45 AlmMiurrqiMi, K. k Tliuro la a reason why I sell on credit for lee titan oiIh'ih w.-U for t'usli. 1 have no rent or other liigti expend- to pay. Therefore I ?cll iolhiii, dry good4, carpets, ruga and everything; In ready-to-wear garment for men, women and children at $1.00 Iter week. K. Malittrum, BIO W, Cen tral. 1 o For the txwt work oo atiln watt-. natroiiUe llubba laundry Cat. FEE'S GOOD ICE ritKAM AND CE CHKAM SODV WALTON h UfG STORE. Standard Plumbing and Heating Co. 412 West Central Ave. PHONE 61 Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE FLAKING MILL THE OLB-EST MILL IN THE OITT. When In nerd of rath, door, fnuna, etc Screen work a ttpeoialty. 4M South tint street. Telepliuiie 41. Highland Livery U AM BROOK BROS. Phone 698. m John aU rp-to-date turnout!. Beat drtrara in the city. IToprletora of "Sadie," the plclno wagon. "THORNTON IHE GLEANER Cleans any and everything and does It right. Th beat in the southwest. All he ak U a trial. Clothe cleaned, repaired and presawd. Juat ceil BB 10. Works, 77 8. Watte 400 Watt Railraad Awaoaa