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t A) Kiowf. 'ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. ! ! I ! Children's Shoes To buy Children's Footwear with the idea that any .shoes are Rood enough for the youngsters because they outgrow them so fast is a great mistake. The feet require particular care at this age, and a poorly fitting shoe will cripple them for a life time. Our Children's Shoes are made over lasts that give plen tvnf toe room and prevent corns. At the same time they fit close over the instep and around the ankle and look dressy. We guarantee satisfactory wear. GIRLS' SHOES. Vici Kid. Box Calf, TatentKid, black or tan, lace or button - - $1.00 to $2.50 KOYS SHOKS, Vici Kid. Calf or Patent Colt, light, medium or heavy soles - - $1. 15 to $2.;5 Winter Millinery AT COST We do not say "at cost" simply to attract your attention, but we mean exactly that. We are greatly overstocked with winter goods and they must be moved to make room for Spring Goods. Hence we are selling them at actual cost. MISS LUTZ 208 S. 2nd St. Phone 332 1 AY! Before placing your order for COAL call us up. We may have a surprise for you. 1 tiik candy for Tin: ;iuh. must be candy that ig pure and fino (Trade and well flavor. We make and sell the required article, and she will be sure to like It and thank you for your selection. ASSORTED KINDS AX1 FLAVORS packed In pretty boxes from one to five pounds at S per pound. Just ths thing for an Informal gift. KCmJTT CANDY CO. Second Door North of P. O. naooocccocxxocxjoocxxjcxoooo MALQY'S Club House Ked Kidney Beans. 2 for 25c. Club House Baking Powder A liih grade baking powder equal to Trice's or K j nl 16 oz. can 35c PERSONAL. PARAGRAPHS Should you fall to receive The Evening Citizen, call up the Postal Telegraph Co., telephone delivered by special messenger. Mo. 8, and your paper will to the John 3- Beaveev RHONE 4 802 SOUTH FIRST STREET rxxDooooucxxxocxxxxxx For First Class Work and Prompt Delivery .....CALL.... HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. WHITE WAGONS xorxxxxxxyicxxxxxxxxxxxxxj'- -xxxxxxxiocoooorocouKxxxxx Insure In the Occidental Life. Railroad mvnV unif.rins ut Hub. Mrs, H. S. Jack.n and huh. Lt-ster Jackson, of Willard, nn- guests at thu fturgi e. Herman Lutheran church tea at Mrs. A. HudMori'a, Thursday after noon. Airs. .Solomon Luna will be at honi'i Thursday from 4 to 6 p. ni. at 703 West Silver. Carl Paulsen will leave thl.s evening for Fort Worth, Texan, where he ex pects to make hU home. A meeting of Triple Link Rebckah lodge will be held at 7:30 o'clock to night at Odd Fellows' hall. Miss Hllson will have charge of Madam Steward-Lamb's millinery store during the latter's absence. L. F. Van Cleve, of Meeker, Colo., Is the guest of his brother, Mr. J. W. Van Cleve. of 110 North Edith street. MLss Leila Armijo, daughter of Mrs. N. T. Armlio, returned to the ty last night after a short visit to Denver. The Willing Workers, of the Bap tist Sunday school, will meet this evening with Miss (labbard, S02 West Vntral avenue. President W. fl. Tight, of the Uni versity of New Mexico, Is In Santa Fe to attend a meeting of the board of education. Miss Nellie Uae, of 413 Hunt Huss- eldlne avenue, left last night for Pu eblo, Colo., where she will make her ome with relatives In that city. 1. F. Woodward, representing the Brown Shoe company, is visiting lo cal shoe merchants. Mr. Woodward expects to leave for St. Louis tonight. Ueuiihir meeting uf the V It. C. will bo held at 2:30 tomorrow after noon at Hedmrn hall. By order of the president. Sadie Bowdlch, sec retary. H. Darlington, advance agent for the "Why Olrls Leave Home" com- ianv. which will be at the Elks' the atre next Tuesday, was In Albuquer- nue today. Mr. Darlington s snow is a drama with a moral. The attrac- W.J. PATTERSON TELETHON 97 LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 311-313 Wtsl Silver Aweaee Albuquerque, N. Ml. r Men's Hat We are exclusive agents in this city for John B. Stetson's Special Derby, Price Youman's New Spring styles are now on sale. The stylish hat for dressy men, price $5.00. New spring goods are arriving Watch our windows for nobby clothing. CLUB HOUSE COFFEE in 1 and 2-pound cats. Try it 40c lb. MALOYi PHONE 72 tXXXXXXX)CXXXXXX)OCXXXXXXXXJO WAN DREA Palmistry Parlors Old Oxford Dining Room 116 N. Second Street FOR MEN'S & BOYS' GOODS Fricdberg Bros. DAY LIGHT BTORT 31 6 West Central Ave. Crowds are visiting Madame Wan Drea and Juanita, and ex press perfect satisfaction and de light with their readings. Are you one of them? If not, why not? Advise given In Speculation, Love Affair, Business Changes, Journeys, Marriage, Divorces, and all the ultalrs of life. Th'-y have helped thousands to henlth, happiness nnd prosperity, and will be glad to help you. If life seems dark to you, see them today. T)o not mis thU wonderful op p i tunlty. Hours from 3:30 a. m. to 9:30 p. in. Rending 23 and ,",0 cents. ! Headings given for surprise par 1 ties, lodges, church socials, etc. i ii : : tion Is now enjoying its fourth year of successes, having met with par ticular favor with theatre goers of the better class. The company car ries considerable scenery and will present the same performance here that made good in New York. Printers and others Interested In the printing trades will be Interested to learn that they can secure the In land Printer of O. J. Kraemer, at The Citizen orfice. . J. B. Pardee, .r Tampa, Fla., Is In the city Belling cigars. Mr. Pardee will remain several days, placing ad vertising and installing his brand of cigars with local merchants. J. I. Orear, manager of the Key stone Lubricating company at Ber keley, Calif.. Is a visitor In the city. Mr. Orear was a former resident of Albuquerque, being employed by the Whitney Hardware company. President W. B. Garrison, of the Agricultural college, and President C. M. Light, of the Silver City Normal school, were visitors In the city yes terday en route to Santa Fe, where the territorial board of education meets. ' , W. F. McKinny, the Vetera con tractor of Gallup, passed through the city this morning en route to Santa Fe to watch the territorial legisla ture. Mr. McKlnney sayfl that he Is not particularly interested in the law makers, but he just wants to see how they do It. E. i W. Roberts, supervising archi tect for the government, detailed to superintend the building of the Al buquerque federal building, returned to the city yesterday from a business trip to Fort Stanton, where the gov ernment is engaged In making Im provements. J, V. Key, superintendent of con struction on the Santa Fe cut-off, who has been confined at St. Joseph's hos pital for some time suffering from a severe Illness, was able to be down town today for the first time in three weeks. Mr. Key Is now on a fair road to recovery. The officers of the Non-Sectarian Bcnovolcnt association will hold a meeting In tne offices of Attorney F. W. Clancy at 2 o'clock Wednesday af ternnon, February 10th. This meeting will bo called ut 2 o'clock Instead of 30 as urtua! and the ladies are re quested to be prompt in attendance. Any part or all or the first floor of the Luna and Strlckler building is now ready for occupancy and will be teased to responsible parties. Any alterations desired will be made to suit tenants. Total lioor space, 12. CUU square feet. Basement same di mensions. Steam heat and all other modern Improvements. Apply W. 8. Strlckler. Isaac llarth and wife arrived in the city this .morning from St. Johns. Arizona, and will In the future make their homo In this city. Mr. Barth is a prominent attorney of St. Johns and Is well known throughout this terri tory and Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. llarth will make their home at 510 West Tijeras avenue, which Is the property of Mr. Barth. Giovanni del Grande, the Italian taken from a Santa Fe train a week ago suffering from the insane idea that ho was going ti be robbed, and who wus confined in the city Jail, has about regained his normal state of mind and may be allowed tomorrow to continue his Journey eastward. City Physiclun Pearce said thia morning that the man was very much Improv ed. Ho talked yesterduy with L. Gradl, a local Italian, and said that he would like to get out of jail. Gran de owns a vineyard near Bakersfleld, and was on his way to Lura, Italy, to visit his parents, .when he lost his mind. He says that he has not eeen his parents for six years. He expects to stay in Italy three months, and then return to Amorlca. PRICE REDUCTIONS ! We have just finished taking our annual inventory $ t and find quite a lot of desirable merchandise still on $ I hand, which must be sold quickly. $ X 100 Suits and Overcoats, worth up to $30, marked $17.60 100 Suits and Overcoats, worth up to $22, marked $14.00 100 Suits and Overcoats, worth up to $16, marked $10.50 g We also have some big values in Furnishings for Men and Boys. Study these Prices; we will save you mon- I ey all the way through. 100 dos Men's black and tan hose, worth 13c, now 8c X 60 doa Men's fancy hose, worth 35c, now ,....20c J 60 dos Men's wool underwear, worth $3.50, now $2. ."O t In our Boy's Department, we offer seme particularly J X good things at very low prices. We have a big lot of J X Knee Pants, Boys' Shirts and Waists, which must go, X 0 200 pair knee pants, worth up to 90c now 4!o 20 doz assorted shirts worth up to 75c, now 35c X 20 doz assorted boys' waists, worth 75c, now 35c J X These Goods Are Well Worth Seeing ISIMON STERN! X THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER X Tennis shoes for gymnasium or outdoor exercises. All sizes for men, women and children. "5e. ti5e, 0c and 60c. C. May's shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. Strong Brothers Ki'liable KvrH, 8 ptu-kagvs for 2.V I tegular wl.e Unit arc ri'Uilleil nl 5 each. S Acme Tomato. ! Netted Gem t antaloiiiH'. Crimson Giant Kadlsli. Black Nivded SinipMui I.ellnee. Blood Turnip Beet. 1-Mrst and Host Iea. Harly Cluster C'ucuiiiIht. Mwwt Peas. I lllereil any part of tlic city or wilt postpaid anywhere. Ktamiw tnk- v. it- jtn.,..ni j..fll. l-'l..:. ' Street. o DIRECT FROM THE MINE TO YOCK niX GALLUP EGG. $4.25; ALL COAL. 1LVHN CO. P1IOXE 1. . J'jm I :. A J. i Jr:'3)? 0,- SECOND STRUT. Mrs. R. B. Patten Lady Assistant There's nothlnir so good for a sore throat as Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. ! Cures It In a few hours. Relieves any pain in any part. Cotton Kwd Meal Is llie Rreat cow fM"l. Will linTeaso flow ot milk at once. One pound of cotton seed meal is eoual in value for fcnl four pounds or bran. E. W. Fee, 602-601 South First Street. Phone 10. ' o WHEN YOU BUY CUT GLASS ASK FOR HAWKES, OR LIBBEY We have both makes. Our stock it large. Every piece marked very low in plain figure. We will give a 10 per cent discount on these goods to reduce stock. The Leading PP R ITT c?Jntral Ave Jeweler L-VL-IVll 1 Albuquerque ocooooooocoojo coecoooooooowsw WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES THE BANK COMMERCE OF LBUQDERQUK, N M. Extends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation and Solicits New Accounts NOTICE To the qualified voters, of Precinct, No. 13 of Bernalillo County, Territory of New Mexico, please take notice, that a meeting will be held at the court house on the 14th day of Feb ruary, A. D., 1909; at 7:30 p. m. Business of a jcreat Importance will come before the meeting, of vital Importance to the voters of said pre cinct aforesaid. JESUS ROMERO THOS. WERNER DAVID PEREA MDDTSTO C. ORTIZ Committee. CAPITAL. S150.000 OmCERS AND DIRECTORS SOLOMON LUNA, Tresident W. S. STKICKLER, Vice President and Cashier M, J. JOHNSON. Assistant Cashier William Mcintosh, J. C. Baldrldge, A. M. Rtackwe U O. E. CromwelL January 19, 1909. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that C. H. Kapple, one of the member- of the Kutrelle Furniture Co.; has this ay severed his connection with eaid firm and his liability for any debts, con tracts, or transactions of any kind whatsoever of said company hereby ceases. The remaining members will assume all debts and liabilities of eaid firm and will collect all outstanding accounts due said firm. W. V. FUTRELEE, C. H. KAPPLE. Don't forget that no matter how becoming tfie rest of your apparel Is, your shoes must be right or the ef fect is lost. Our footwear will set off your new suit or dress to the best ad vantage. Prices are very reasonable at C. May's Shoe Store, 314 West Central avenue. o HERE WITH THE GOODS A IX THE TIME. GALLUP AMERICAN MiOCK, $3.50 TON. GALLUP EGG, $1.25. W. II. 1IAIIN CO., PIIONK 1. o Ground jtrnin rKs one-fourth far tliT an horse feed than whole nn KrxMiud train. Acme Ml.xod Ground Grain Is the cheaper, healthier and most ditfCMlibie feed that can be bought. COit less than oat. Give It a trial and be convinced. If after a fair trial yon think it Is not better for the horxe and doe not save a (rood lnrt of the t.t of ki-ep4ii(j a licrsc, you may have your money by asking for It. E. V. IVe, 02-H01 Honth First Street. I'lione 16. B. H. Briggs & Co. DRUCGISTb ALVARADO PHARMACY Corner Gold Ave. and 1st St, HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Building Bring Us Your Prescriptions Kodak Developing and Finishing Personal Attention Given to All Work. Mall Orders Solicited. Satlsfactloa Guaranteed Hawley on the Corner OOOOCXDOCXXJCJCXDOCXXXXXXXXXXJO CROWN FURNITURE AND AUCTION CO. M. II. KENDIS, Prop. We buy, well and exchange Furn iture, Stoves, Carpets, Etc. Our Motto: Quick sales and small profits. 114 West Gold Avenue Phone 606 yxxxxooooocjcxooooooooooo Champion Grocery Co. Matteuccl Bros. i'hooe ol . SPECIALS X Ranch eggs, per doa 40e Case eggs, per doa S5o Sauerkraut, pr qt ISo S Sour plcklea, pt qt 100 Green Olives, pr qt SOc J Chow Chow, pr qt 80c X Sweet oranges, all sizes, per box $S.7S 1 All Kimla of Fresh Meat and 4 Groceries. X Let Us Have a Trial Order. 622-621 W. Tijeras. E. L. WASHBURN CO. 1 19 W. Gold 122 S. Second Our Increasing Prescription Business bluing that our methods and facilities are becoming better known and appreciated. We liave TlUtluK KEGISTEItKD men for this lniortuiit work, the HKST APIMJAACKS AND MOST CAKE- riUA' sFJ4xm:i sixjck. A I I ! ,1 ( ? AT I S FOK GKAZIXG liaOUTS. Notice Is hereby given that all ap plications for permits td graze cattle, horses, xheep, goats and hoga within the JEM KZ NATIONAL, FOREST during the stuson of 1909. must be filed at nry office at Santa Fe, New Mexico, on or before March 1, 1909. Full information in regard to the grazing fees to be charged and blank forma to be uned in making applica tion will be furnished upon requeet. rtows McMillan, Supervisor, The WILLIAMS DRUG Co. 117 West Central Avenue. Wuo Front, riione ,789. Albuquerque. J " Ilalr Dremer and tTilropodLst. Mrs. Bambini, at her pariora op poBlte the Alvarado and next door to Sturges' cafe, Is prepared to give thorough scalp treatment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and Ingrown nails. She gives massage reatment and manicuring. Mrs. r'amblnl's own preparation of com lexlon cream builds up the skin and nproves the complexion, and la uaranteed not to be Injurious. She Iso prepares hair tnlc and cures ..nd prevents dandruff and hair fall ng out, restores life to dead hair, re moves moles, warts and superfluous hair. For any blemish ot the face, ' call and consult Mrs. Bambini. Richelieu Grocery I and Market Fresh Groceries acd Meats Richelieu Canned Goods Richelieu Blend Coffee Nothing Better We have pleased with gro ceries Try us with your next meat order. 1 118 West Gold Ave. Phone 235 Salt Fish Fresh Shipment of Milker Herring Mackerel Codfish Bloaters Boneless Herring Give ug your order on these goods, and have the best as well as the freshest. SKINNER'S! 205 South First Street 1 Coal Coke Wood BEST AMEIUCAN BLOCK COAIi AIJi LKNGTHS CEDAR AND PI MON WOOD. MILL AND FACTORY WOOD. liUMP, $5.50. NUT, $1.85. We'll Please or Bust We will meet any oompe.tltloa AZTEC FUEL CO. Phone 251. Office, Corner Granite and First i 1