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PAf.ll KIOHT. 'ALTttTQtTEHQITF. CITTZEN". j west Central AvesS) I Our Winter Clearance Sale of Felt Slippers and broken lines of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes commences SATURDAY, JANUARY 16th Included in this sale are Patent Colt, Vici Kid, Box Calf and Gunmetal Shoes, as well as several styles of dainty Oxfords. They are all new, up-to-date goods, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. We have not all sizes in every line, but out of the whole assortment can suit and fit most everybody. Here are a few of our offerings $4.00 Shoes for $3.00 $3 50 Shoes for $2.75 $300 Shoes for $2.25 $2. 50 Shoes for $2.00 $1.50 Felt Julietes for $1.20 $1.25 Felt Julietes for 95 RRtUmery for Waif With the Winter Season nearlng it end and the. Spring Season still several weeks off, we find we are overstocked, and to dispose of this stork in order to make room for Spring arrivals, we offer high class Trimmed Ilats at prices which will move them In a hurry: Value from 10.00 to 15.p0 for , $5.00 Vaiuos from $7.60 to $9.75 for S.50 Values from $5.00 to $7.25 for $3.00 Values from $3.00 to $4.75 for $2.00 Values from $1.60 to $2.75 for $1.00 Proportionate reductions on all 'other hats and on our Winter .stock of trimmings. MISS LUTZ 208 S. 2nd St. Phone 832 M. W. Flournoy, Pres. D. K. B. Sellers, V. Pres. HJ. C. Flocbsoy, Sec. Whitney Company WhoiesaleHardware Mail Orders Solicited. Wholesale Prices 401-403-405 North 1st Street ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEX. WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES THE. BANK OF COMMERCE OF VL.BUQUERQUE. N. M. Extends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation and Solicits New Accounts CAPITAL. S150.000 OFFICER a A NO DIRECTORS SOLOMON LUNA, President W. S. STRICKLER, Vice President and Cashier W. J. JOHNSON, Assistant Cashier William Mcintosh, J. C. Baldridge, A. M. Blackwe X, O. E. Cromwell. I SalsEeglps January 2 Ends January 23 The Mtf-Winte Clearance Sale 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 " " " 16.00 22.50 " " M 13.00 25.00 " " " 20.00 27 00 n " 21.G0 30.00 " " " 24. OO All Overcoats at same prices Monarch and Wilson Bros. Shirts, Your Choice 80c. Cluett Shirts $1.25. I III Hi miiiM l'Mn NOROOY Itl'.l t'SKS A present of a box of eandy, mpp- rinlly when It oonvn from Sehutt's, If ynu have never tried the experiment, we advise you to buy a box. Take It to your wife or sweetheart and nee Tlio Smile That Won't Omw Off. And If you have a sweet tooth In your head a taste out of the box will mnko you our steady customer for ever. SCirCTT CANDY OO. Second Door North of P. O. PERSONAL P A RA GRAPHS Should jrott fail to racalva Tha Bvenlnr Cltlxen, call up the Portal Telegraph Co., telephone Mo. If, and your paper will ba delivered by apeclal uiaasenger. Insure In tha Occidental Life. $3.00 hats now $1.00 at The Hub. Fresh smoked rhite Fish at the San Jose Market. Thos. S. Hubbell returned to the city last night from a short visit to Santa Fc. Fresh shipment of Flnan Haddie at the San Jose Market. It. E. Twitched, attorney for tho Santa Fe at Ias Vegas, is registered at the Alvarado. S. Neustadt. postmaster and gen eral merchant it Los Lunas, was a visitor In the city yesterday. Smoked Finnan Kiddle at the San Jose Market. Arthur Holz.man, who has been vis iting here for the past few days, left last night for his home in Corona. T. C. McConncll, Internal revenue collector, is In the city from Santa Fe and will remuin for a few days business connected with his position. Regular meeting of Adah chapter I brother No. 5 will be held at 7:30 o'clock this J""e evening ot Masonic hall." Iiy order of the worthy matron. Nora Putnam, secretary. Printers and others Interested In the printing trades will b Interested to learn that they can secure the In land Printer of O. J. Kraemcr, at The Citizen office. Superior food products at the Rich elieu grocery. Our fifteen years' ex perience in selling groceries in Albu querque is to your advantage. Make use ot your advantage. if. O. Bursum, mayor of Socorro, N. M. passed through the city thin morning en route to Snnta Fe. Mr. J lturwiim wait Joined here by Solomon ' l.unn of I, I.unas. 1 Auction at 315 P. Second street. I at 2 o'clock Sutui-iliiy. January 16.1 Furniture, stoypx, beds, chiffoniers, sewing machines, ('nine anil get bnr- i gnlns. J. B V.ilmer, Auctioneer. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wnlsh and laughter. Muml", of 911 South Third blreet, returned yesterday from a sev eral months' visit to the Pacllic coast. The health of Mrs. Walsh was slightly Improved. Dr. H. K. Wllsey a prominent homeopiitlc physician of Parkersburg, Wist Virginia, Is In the city in the city In the Interests of the American Homeopathic association and will re main In the city fur a few days. 1,000 pounds prunes to bo closed out at 3 cents a pound nt the Kiche- lh u grocery. v ('. Hlngland, chief forester, and J. K. Campbell, also of the forest sirvlec, have been detailed to repre rcnt the United States forestry serv ice at the national live stock conven tion to be held in Los Angeles Janu ary 26 and 28. The ladles of the M. E. church an nounce a tea. and home cooking sale at the homo of Mrs. F. II. Moore, 1115 West Tijeras, from 2 to 6 p. m. Saturday, Jan. 16. Enjoyable pro gram will 'be rendered. Everybody in vited. Rest coffee in town for the money. No. 37 Blend. Richelieu grocery. Dr. F. R. Romero, formerly of this city, but for the past two years lo cated at Estancla, has returned to Al- 1 buquerquo and will open an office I in the building over Rosenwald's dry I goods store. Mr. Romero has moved tils family back to the city and will make his home here In the future. 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. Strlckler. Rob Walker, the Denver fighter, arrested Wednesday night in the Mont.zuma hotel for lighting and breaking a glass door, was sentenced to fifteen days in the county Jail yes terday afternoon oy Judge Craig. The sum of $4.50 for the breaking tho glass was also assessed against Wal ker. He had not been able to pay Ills fine at noon today. "The Tenderfoot" is the very ap propriate name given a new picture to be put on at tho Colombo theatre this evening. This picture is a com edy In one long act creating a spasm on of laughter. The cowboys of Rod Gulich have fun with Bertie, tho of the New York manager. is lots of shooting and some very ludlelous Munitions, ciever in creation, make the picture one of the most entertaining ever seen in Albuquerque. "School Days" and the "Tyrant's Dream" complete the new program, which goes on tonight. After an illness of three months' duration, Thomas F. Walsh, aged 62 years, died at tho Santa Fe hospital this noon, death resulting from heart failure. Ha was a native of Ireland, came to this country 41 years ago and had been a resident of this city for the past 23 years. Three months ago, finding that his (health was failing him Mr. Walsh, accompanied by his wife LXXXJOCCXXXXXXXXXXJOOOCJOOOUO COMPARE OUR 25c COFFEE w'th the 30c or 35c cof fee you are using. You will find it as eood, 'K7 TM BAIL q and probably better. c K And it is always the X o same. Try a package. o H You won't regret it. U M ALOY'S 8 PHONE 72 end daughter Mayme, went to Los An geles from which place ha returned yesterday morning. He was in a critical condition and was immediate ly taken to the Santa Fe hospital, death came to his relief at 12:30 this noon. Mr. Walsh, for many years past has been employed as a boiler- maker at the local shops and his demise la deeply regretted by his many friends who have known him for many years past. Deceased is sur vived by his wife and six children, William, Lawrence, Thomas Mayme, Arthur and Mrs. H. C. Roehl. IK llUjllHWS mi m (hiiAM X The prudent buyer makes his purchases when the seller 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. SUITS&OVERCOATS $17.50, $14.75 and $10.75 Worth one-third more; all this season's make, strictly up-to-date. TeacJwr of piano, mandolin and Kiiitur. Itatct reasonable. lr tenim 'PI')' Wlntson Music Co. o A vote against tlie somt tKimls Is a rot against Greater Albuquerque WHEN YOU BUY CUT OLAS3 ASK FOR HAWKES, OR LIBBEY We have both makes. Our stock is larpe. Every piece marked very low in plain figures. We will give a 10 per cent discount on these goods to reduce stock. MADAME HALLE THE RBLIARLK CLAIRVOYANT AND PALMIST. Tho greatest Clairvoyant and Palmist of today. She will tell 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 has In store for you. You can be told. Do you know what you are best fitted for and what gifts you pos sess? Die" 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. ove or marriage. If you care o know what business you should follow to bo successful, where you should go, whom to avoid, if you Intend to make any change or start a buslnesa, buy or sell property, you will make no mis take to consult Madame Halle. She gives exact and truthful revela tions of all love affairs, 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 one. Rooms 10 and 22 Grant Titiihling. HOURS: 9 a, m. to 12 m. 1 p. m. to 8 p. m. 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 X $7.50. Knee Pants 45c, worth 75c. I OTHER SPECIAL VALUES t 50c Suspenders fit 25c 35c Neckwear at 25c t 35c Hosiery at 20c X $3.50 Douglas Shoes at $2.90 I $6.00 Hannan Shoes at $3.90 (broken lines) I IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL AROUND tern The Central Avenue Clothier j A STACK OF FAVORITES WWWW WWW WW WWWW WW WW WW www cypn jtt central Ave. I Champion Grocery Co, d V L.ll I I Albuquerque f I Matteuccl Bros. The Leading Jeweler i w i ivi i Albuquerque FOP lIlC ISEW YEAP 6 3re sow'n2 a 'ine lsPecial- . 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 E. L. WASHBURN CO. 1 1 9 W. Gold 1 22 S. Second Quality and Quantity We give you both. Copjpare 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. JOHN S. BE A VEN B02 SOUTH FIRST STREET W.J. PATTERSON TELERHONF 7 LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 311-313 Watt Sllvar Mwanua Albuquerqua, K. U. Phone 51 SPECIALS 4 Itiinrti rggs. por doz 40c 4 ('use OK(js, per loz 85c J Sauerkraut, pr qt 10c Sour pickles, pt qt 10c 4 lireen Olives, pr qt 20c J Chow Chow, pr qt 30c 1 Sweet oranges, all Hizcs, per box $3.75 1 All Kinds of Frc!.h Meat and J Groceries. . J Let Us Have a Trial Order. 822-621 V. TIJeras. J - 4 Another Shipment of Crackers From National Bis cuit Co. Give us your order and you will receive only the very fresh est. All kinds of bulk Cookies and Crackers as well as a full line of package goods. SKINNER'S 205 South First Street COOOOCXXXXIOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ JUUUUUUUm JOUUUtXXJUUCOJOs-, S For First Class Work and Prcmpt D!ivery I HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. VHITE WAGONS VM Developing and Finishing Personal Attention Given to All Work. Mall Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed Hawley on the Corner K 3f w Mil 1 V' ! 1 1 a -(a w u am "-m mm w m 19 1! with the great arm of pen users frtigrT rii 1he Parker Pen Fountain yon tirrl of using oens? Are you cot even tired of using inferior fountain pens? A poor is a nuisance. A good pen is a blessing. sell the pen that has the Lucky Curve It md behind tba wmrrtut. Coma la and let III tbow you bow imoocb Ad Mir tbM pen will writ. A V 11 FT steeijli v m H a w . a m.s v i 111 JL I 3 t!1 u W u OUR "DUKE. CITY LINEN" Is an excellent paper for 25 cents a pound. Envelopes to match, 1 cents per package. STRONG'S BOOK STORE, I'honc 1104. Next door to PostofHce. The BEST GOAL at the.... BEST PRICE GALLUP LUMP GOAL GALLUP EGG COAL MILL WOOD AND KINDLING AZTEC FUEL CO. mom 251 Strong Brothers iOl-i H KCON DUKE CITY HATTERS AND GLEANERS Laullea' and Gentlemen's cloth ing of all klmls, ruga a. ad Umpetiea, cleaned by tine VACUUM METHOD. 11a U Cleaued and Repaired. 234 Went Gold Ane. Phone 441. Mrs. R. B. Patten Lady Assistant B. H. Briggs & Co. DRUGGISTS ALVARADO PHARMACY Corner Gold Ave. and 1st St. HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Building Bring Us Your Prescriptions We clean ruga anil Graperies by vacuum ystem. Dults t'lty Hatters and CUan rs. rhone 441. ) i