MONDAY. JANVAJIY II, IMft.
CHEAP SHOES will not give satis
faction, and we cannot afford to sell them as
our success in business depends entirely on
pleasing our customers.
We guarantee every pair of our shoes
to be the best value obtainable for the mon
ey and have you gladly examine and com
pare them with other lines.
Mori s Press Shoe $2.50 to $3.00
Men's Work Shoos $1.50 to $3.50
Women's High Shoes $1.50 to $5.00
Women's Low Shoes $1.25 to $3.50
Shoes for Hoys $1.00 to $2.50
Shoes for Girls 85c to $2.25
Shoes for Ilablcs 50c to $1.50
Start the New Year right by learning liow to economize on your
Come to us and we will l-elp you. Our store is crowded with
TRTMJCED IIATS, FKLTS, ST IS I JOT HATS nnd UXTULMMED
HATS. We have twice as many as we should have at this season
of the yeas, and we ore going to dispose of them U price cutting
will do it.
Come In today and buy a Imt nt your own price.
208 S. 2nd St.
M. W. Plournot Pres. D. K. B. Sellers, V. Pres. J.C.Floitrnoy, Sec.
Mail Orders Solicited.
401-403-405 North 1st Street
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEX.
WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
OF VLBUQUKRQUK. N. M.
Extends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation
and Solicits New Accounts
or rice ft a a no directors
SOLOMON LUNA, President
W. S. STKICKLER, Vice President and Cashier
W. J. JOHNSON, Assistant Cashier
William Mcintosh, J. C. Baldridge,
A. M. Blackwe I, O. E. CromwelL
Sals Eeglns January 2 Ends January 23
vi; ATTRACT T1IK attrtivi:
Ynuntr luill'-s of Albuquerque, f"r.
like all other young Indies nil over
the world, they ore tonil of good
things ltd thev eanno: pass Dy
Our Sndn l'oitntiiln
There are all kinds of drinks tlint
will tempt thop who like hot drinks
nnd those who like cold drink. All
d:iinliiy pervert, arM very delicious.
RCIIUTT C.MY CO.
Second loor North of I. O.
Inaura In the Occidental Lift.
$3.00 hats now $1.00 at The Hub.
Fresh shipment of Flnrin Haddie at
the San Jose Market.
E. It. Taiil, of Panta Fe, la in the
city on a short business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Katzensteln of Socor
ro, arc in the city visiting and shop
ping. A fal.r alarm at 2 o'clock th.li
morning brought both flro companies
to the Santa Ku station.
T. J. Curran, of the Mogollon cop
per company, in In the city on busi
ness from Conney, New Mexico.
Smoked Finnan l;f.nlle at tho San
Miss Fauna Dunne, of 306 South
Kdith street, ha. returned from San
Mateo, where she has been visiting
Regular meeting of liallut Abyad
Temple, A. A. O. X. M. S., thin even
ing at 8 o'clock. Li. II. Chamberlain,
Dr. t II. t'onnor has purchased
four lots at the corner of Twelfth
street and Roma avenue where he
will erect a bungalow.
Best coffee in town for the money
Xo. 37 Blend. Richelieu grocery.
Curtis McCain, log scaler for the
American dumber company at Kett-
ner, la In the city on a ahort visit tJ
his mother and Bister.
The ladies of the Lutheran church
i will elvo a "coffee Werlnemlnv nfter.
'noon, Jan. 13, in the cnurch parlorR,
corner Sixth street nnd Silver uvenue.
Superior food products at the Rich
elieu grocery. Our fifteen years ex
perience In selling groceries In Albu
queruue Is to ydur advantage. Make
use of your advantage.
1 W. Gore, of Albuquerque, suc
cessfully passed the civil service ex
amination for customs service at El
Paso and la eligiblo for a position as
clerk or customs Inspector.
Inman Eldrldge, forest examiner,
IS IN FULL SWING
Clothing and Furnishings at
Prices That Will Interest You
REVISED BILL OF FARE
Stein Block and Kuppenheimer Suits as follows:
$18.00 SUITS Sale Price $14.40
20.00 ' " " " 1Q.OO
22.50 " " " 18.00
25.00 " " n 20.00
27 00 " " " 21. GO
30.00 " " " 24. OO
All Overcoats at same prices
Monarch and Wilson Bros. Shirts, Your
Choice 80c. Cluatt Shirts $1.25.
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
119 W. Gold 122 S. Second
connected with the forest service !n
the third district, ha returned to
Ihl city after spending a three weeks
vacation with friends arid relatives In
Fresh smoked 'White Fish at tha
San Jose Market.
Mi-s Carrie Clarke, of Seymour,
Texa., la In the city on a visit to her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Fnrr. Miss Clarke Is a niece of Dep
uty Sficrifr Fred Heyn.
. E. Kennedy brother of the Santa
Fe secret Service ofllcer Kennedy, was
n visitor In the city yesterday from
Thorcau, where he is connected with
the Mctiaffey store of that city.
D. I). Ilrons.in, general inspector of
the L'nited State forest service with
headquarters in this city, has left for
(ilobe and other Arizona cities on
Arthur H. Tcssler, s.in of Mr. and
Mrs. U A. Tender, left Saturday for
i;i I'iiMO, where he has accepted a po--iliim
with a large Jewelry establish
ment in that city.
Tiavel to California l on the ln
itcuhi; Ju-it now. It Is reported that
on three duys between now and th'i
lirwt of February the California lim
ited Will bo run In three sections.
E. L. Doheny and party pass-d
through the city last night in private
car Estellc, en route from Ijus An
geles to the City of Mexico. Doheny In
xtensively Interested In Mexico oil
Frank Lamnu rs, formerly w ith the
Vann Drug company of this city,
haves for Seattle, Wash., this evening,
where he has accepted a position as
head pharmacittt with one of the lead
ing drug stores In that city.
Frank Clark, a prominent real es
tate dealer of Portland, Ore, and his
bride are the guests of Mr. und Mrs.
VV. U Hawkins, of 224 Wirt New
York avenue. Mrs. Clark Is a niece
f Mrs. Hawkins and visited hero two
P-. W. Garvin and wife arrived in
AlbiKiuerque from the Uranil Canyon
and will make their homo In this city.
Mr. Garvin has accepted a position In
the Harvey Indian building. He has
been with the Harvey system at the
Grand Canyon for iwmi: time.
The Royal Highlanders will meet
Wednesday evening, January 13, i:30
in the new Knights of Columbia hall,
located at 211 West Central ave, over
Central Mei.t Market. All members
are requested to be present. Important
business, J. W. Wilson, secretary.
Vance Ebarts Felkner, aged 32
years died at the St. Joseph's sanitar
ium yesterday morning. He came to
this city about a year ago in pool-
health and resided at 505 South al
tir street. He Is survived by a wife.
Funeral announcement will be made
Any part or all of the first floor of
the Luna and Strlckler building Is
now ready for occupancy and will be
leased to . responsible parties. Any
alterations desired will be made to
suit tenants. Total floor space, 12,
000 square .-feet. Basement same di
mensions. Steam heat and all other
modern improvements. Apply W. S.
The election of Justices of the peace
and constables Is taking place In Ber
nalillo county and some of the con
tests are really close. There was a
three cornered fight in precinct 12,
while in precinct 13, Old Albuquerque,
there was but one ticket. In the field.
W. W. McClellen and W. H. Durke
Chase & Sanborn's
High Grade Coffees
Hecau.se the best
cook in the world
can't make a good
cup cf coffee out
of poor material.
at Maloy's because
they're sole agents
for this city.
WHEN YOU HUY CUT CLASS ASK FOK
HAWKES, OR LIBBEY
We have both makes. O.ir stuck is larc. Kvery niece marked very
low in laia figures. We will rive a 10 per cent discount on these goods
THE RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT
The greatest Clairvoyant and
Palmist of today. She will tall
you Just what you want to know,
what you came for, or make no
charges. The future can be fore
told; find out what the future ha
in store for you. You can be told.
Do you know what you are best
fitted for and what gifts you pos
sess? Did you ever atop and think
over the unfortunate turns in life?
Do you know that knowledge Is
power? She gives advice on all
matters of Interest in business, law.
love or marriage. If you care o
j know what business you should
follow to be successful, where
you .-hould go, whom to ovoid, if
you Intend to make any change
or start a business, buy or sell
property, you will make no mis
take to consult Madame Halle. She
gives exact and truthful revela
tions of all love ufTairs, settles lov
ers' quarrels, enables you to win
the esteem and affections of any
one you desire, tells If your hus
band, wife or sweetheart is true or
false. Reads your life like an open
book. There are two roads in life,
seek the future and know the right
Rooms 19 ami 22 Grant liuilding.
HOURS: 9 a, m. to 12 m.
1 p. m. to 8 p. m.
to reduce stock.
FVFRITT Central Ave
jL-VL.ril I Albuquerqin
FOP ItlC lE W YEAR e are sow'n2 a l'ne ot Kpecial-
-- - : ly Pretty Hats this week. The
prices range from $1.50 and up and there is variety enough to
suit most any taste.
Corner Central and Fifth Phone 944
uality and Quantity
We give you both. Coripare our coal with
others as to QUALITY and TEST WEIGHTS
as to QUANTITY, and be convinced that ours
is the best and cheapest. We also handle
mill wood, mountain wood and kindling.
802 SOUTH riRST STREET
were fighting hard in precinct 12. Op
posing George R. Craig, ihe present
Incumbent of tho oftlce in precinct 26,
is J. F. Palmer. In precinct 13 David
I'erca waa the only candidate In thj
titld. The Indications at noon were
that Republicans would be elected in
all the city precincts.
A banijuet will be given by the
llrotherhood of St. Paul In the church
parlors next Thursday evening at 7
o clock which will be followed by an
interesting; paper on "The Sewer Sys
tem," which will bo read by Dr. James
H. Wroth. This reading will be Illus
trated by Btercoptlcon views which
will fully describe the various situa
tions of which the doctor will speak.
The event promises to be a mot en
joyable one and a large attendance Is
R. E. Wilson, industrial agent for
the Santa Ke, is in the city italking
sugar beets for 1909. Mr. Wilson says
that while New Mexico growers did
.lot have much success last year, tho
New Mexico crop, what there was of
it, was far superior in quality to that
of Colorado and he believes that with
a good year, the farmers here would
tin J beet growing very profitable.
J. A. Rose, aged 31 years, died in
his apartments on East Coal avunuo
al 10 o'clock Saturday night. He
came to this city about two months
ago for his health and Is nurvlvcd by
his wife and one child both of whom
were at his bedsido when death came.
Mr. Rose was a native of Memphis,
Tinn., to which place his body was
snipped last night for Interment, an
escort of Woodmen of the World ac
companying the body to the train.
The funeral services for Adam D.
Smith who died last Wednesday night
after a residence of ten days in this
city, were held yesterday afternoon at
2:30 from the French and Lov ber un
dertaking parloiM, Rev. liryson of II
ciatlng. Air escort of Kagles of which
Smith wad a member,' accompanied
the body to the Fairvlew cemetery,
where interment was made. Mr.
Smith was a resident of Louisville, Ky.
and leaves a wile to mourn his loss.
The prudent buyer makes his purchases when
the selle- is anxious to dispose of his merchan
dise. We are exceedingly anxious to dispose of
all winter goods, and therefore call your atten
tion again to our GREEN TAG SALE.
$17.50, $14.75 and $10.75
Worth one-third more; all this season's make,
Broken Lines of Underwear
95c A GARMENT
Worth up to $2.50; some very good things
which you cannot afford to miss.
Boys Suits and Knee Pants
Suits at $2.90, $3.90 and $4.90; worth up to
$7.50. Knee Pants 45c, worth 75c.
OTHER SPECIAL VALUES
50c Suspenders at 25c 35c Neckwear at 25c
35c Hosiery at 20c
$3.50 Douglas Shoes at $2.90
$6.00 Hannan Shoes at $3.90 (broken lines)
IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL AROUND
alOmilll Illtl(,lli7 itrh-i
The Central Avenue Clothier
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLF
311-313 Watt Sllvtr Aveaot
Albuqyrqui, N. ,
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For First CUss Work and Prompt Delivf ry
HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. :-
WHITE WAGONS '.
STRONG'S BOOK STORE
Haw you men our "Duke City
Until?" Hire is a lot of nico iiaper
f-t 25 cents I'cr pouinl with envelopes
to mulch at 10 cents per package.
This stock sills to nearly every one
w'li mills paper hi kind which
Is- tho lust I'viilrn.'e of its value. Then
of cour. e, wo havo higher graded,
lunn nff in price f rm 35 cents to
il Tii) pi r I) x.
Ju.-t received, a t-hlpmont of those
"Kiasns." for erasing ink. They are
aid to he the "real thing." l'rlce IS
icnts. two for a quarter.
One-third of on:
Fra :m d l'icturea.
'laus. Shiars, S.is.surn and Uazoris.
Leather I'i!!v Tops and
IK you ni ed Sales TVioks with your
niprint hikI advert semelit? We ore
iiftciits for Adams liros., Topeka.
Kan. $23.60 per 1 000.
AVe curry all the standard magn
rlnes and take your orders for sub
scriptions. stuosq's hook stork.
Thone 110. Next to Postofllce.
at the ...
GALLUP LUMP COAL
GALLUP EGO COAL
MILL WOOD ANQ KINDLING
AZTEC FUEL CO. 251
B. I!. Briggs & Co.
Corner Gold Ave. and 1st St.
Bring U Your Prescriptions
I DUKE CITY
I HATTERS AND CLEANERS
Ladles' anil Orntlemrn'a cloth-
Ins of all kJiula, ruga and
dntpertea, ck-aneid bj Uie
t VACUUM MKTUOD.
Hals Cleaned aud Ilepalrcd.
224 Vc4 Gold Awnue.
WWWWWWW WW ff f f f 7?f?f
Kod:k uevelophgand Finishing
Personal Attention Given
to All Work.
Mail Orders Solicited. Satlifactioa OuaraBtecd
Ilawley on the Corner
Horses, cowa. burros, mulea, aheep
or any livestock, at 109 North Broad-way.
It Is not what you pay for advertis
ing but what advertising PAYS
YOU, that irakea It valuable. Our
rates are loweet for "! arvica.
Our work la 1UGIIT m every de
paruneut. llubba Laundry Ou.
UI-U H MCONO. TRKT.
Mrs. R. B. Patten
Half Gallon Cans of
We are almost out of
quarts and gallons but
. I I
nave more nan gauuns
than we can cany.
205 South First Street
Champion Grocery Co.
Handle tMt OUve OU, quu 75c;
Imlf pnlhm, $1.50; irullon, $3;
"trlclly pure, from Luct-a, Italy.
All kinds of fancy iniMrUd
Ifmitflu and bct meat in the
All Kinds of IYoli Meat
Let Ts Iluve a Trial Order.
ejL'-e.M W. Tijeras.
e clean ruga nnil draperies hy
vacuum eystem. Puk City Hattcra
and Cieanvra. Phona 44.
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