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nr.sivv. .vrniii , It Makes a Great Deal of Difference SS!VW vNtVJ ALBUQUERQUE CITIZKN". Clothed in Glad Raiment It an o!d but suggestive quotation, particularly appro priate at Easter time, when the sombre winter garments are displaced by the more cheerful spring clothing. And that means SHOES and shoes means US if you want the newest, up-to-the-minute styles in Patent Leathers, Vici Kid, Gunmetal or Suede. And you will be surprised, too, at our low prices, j D ! ml ?-'.V I Easter Styles for Men .... Kaster Styles for Women.. Easier Styles for Children, , .$2.00 to $5.00 . . $1.65 to $5.00 .$1.00 fo $2.75 New Spring Oxfords for Men. NOW READY Spring Ox fords for men A newspaper cut can mere ly announce them. To be appreciated must be seen 0 latest Shapes In patent colt, tan, oxblood, vici kid and velour calf. Lace or but ton styles. All moderately priced. Our Men's Oxfords are here. We want you tg see therm before buy ing elsewhere. Then make your selections while our stock. is com plete. We guarantee them to have solid leather counters, inner soles and outer soles of pure oak tan, which means your money's worth of com'ort and honest wear. Buy your next pair here and get a shining; ticket which entitles you to ten shines free. MKVS OXtXfflOB $1.50 TO S3.50. MEN'S SHOES S1.50 TO S5.00 TEN" SHINES FKKK WITH EVEKY PAUt SHOES S2.50 & OVKIt RRFSRFNT HARM'JARF RR. ; I Stoves, Ranges, House Furnishing Goods, Cotlery and Tools, Iron Pipe, Valves and Fittings. Plumbing, Heating, Tin and Copper Work I I ! 318 W. Central Ave. Phone 315 ! Wl PATTPDCHrM livery and boarding stable J I I I LliJvll JU-JU West Silver Aweaae TELEPHONE 9? Albuquerque, N. M. oi i'r.it vol DitiNK from our f.nint;in of Joy without (u si nuont rcgri ;s. TIi'tp . nothlnst tluit . will refresh mid fiilivn you like b I rI;i. of Our KimIii. To s.-iy it is de lirious Ih hut the okiin truth. It i ouIiI J not hp otherwise. We use none out the bewt nnrt pure.-t mnterldls, which. ; combined In a leVer-SRe. make tn? i favored nectar of the Rods a pretty poor drink. I HCIITJTT CAXDY CO. I Srcotiri Poor Nortli of P. O. PERSONAL. PARAGRAPHS Insure In ths Occidental Life. W. O. Aunt-raft in u visitor in the city from Vaughn, N. M. '.. V. Knfford, of Santu Fe. Is in tlic city spending a f'-w clay on huni- Mrs. L ti. Ituminel left for I.oh tvrrlllos. X. M., thiw morning for a few days' visit. Jerry Di lscoll ha.s h it for II t Springs, where lie nill leiiuiin .ni" time visiting. Mrs. 11. M. fin insta r 1 ft last night for Santa 1-Y and will return Thurs day night. John T. Kogerty. manager of the Itoyal Insurance company, arrived in the city last night from San Kraneie co, Cal. Don't forget the big shoe tale now going on at William Chaplin's, 121 West Central avenue. l-'lor.iVi'.'im shoes for men at cost. Karl Knight, building Inspector, for the Santa Fe railway company, left or Topeka, Kan., this morning to be gone about ten dajB. There will be a regular meeting of the Fraternal Order of Kagles in Ked Men's hall at 8 o'clock tonight. Visiting Kagle welcome. Colonel J. S. Kldrldge, who Is di'ill- ng for artesian water In the Suwanee valley forty miles west of the city, is In the city on business. There will be a regular meeting of Albuquerque Kncanipment Xo. 4, I. . O. F. this evening. All members re requested to be present. U. C 'nylor, scribe. We have etlrred the town with our big tnoe sale. Reductions in all styles of shoes for men and wom-;n. Chaplin, 121 West Central avenue. f2loyf s I'HOXE 72. Strong Brothers IVE MORE DAYS TELL EASTER And have you sent off those cards nnd novelties that you intended, or have you overlooked it? Well It is timo yet? Here are a few sngges- rsoaooooaooqK3oCHso ooooosooKMoonaoo WHEN YOU BUY CUT GLASS ASK FOll C HAWKES, OR LIBBEY We have both makes. Our stock la large. Every piece marked very low in plain figures. We will give a 10 per cent discount on these goods to reduce stock. The Leading PPDITT Central Ave. Jeweler 1 V L.IV1 1 1 Albuquerque SK)K3K)K3CCK00O E. L. WASHBURN', Pros, C. O. CUSUMAN, Sec. A Treas. 1 E. L. Washburn Company lI.NfOlil'OltMEl)) Complete Outfitters for Men and Boys EASTER CLOTHES ForBoys We have the largest assort ment of Boys' and Young Men's Spring Suits ever shown in Albuquerque. Wash Suits White, blue, grey or fancy, $1.25, $'-5 nd $! 75 Wool Suits $2.50, $3.00, $3 50, $4 00 aiid up to $7.50 SPECIAL A large line of Boys' School Suits with 2 pairs of trous ers, $4.00 and $5 00. Mail Orders Promptly Filled Mrs. R. B. Patten Lady Assistant Hons for your selection: Kaster ISabliit. Kaster Baskets. Kaster K.rt;s. Kaster Booklets. Kaster Folders. Kaster Merlianieul Xoveltits. Paiier. l'elifrlous Canls. And as for Kaster l'ost Cards, we have the largest and best selection In Albuquerque. Two for, 5e; 12 for 2r.e; 5c eaeh; 6 for L'Sc; 10c each; 3 for 25c; 15c each, 2 for $25c. STRONG'S BOOK STORE, Phone 1104. Next door to P. O. AUCTION Friday morning, April 9, at 10 o'clock sharp, in the ureenleaf build ing. 12- West Silver avenue, near the postotlice, I will sell the handsome furniture of Mr. Chas. K. Newhall'a home. Goods are high class and fit for any home. Sale consists In part of kitchen utensils, dishes, dressers, piano lamp, banquet lamp, glass ware. Kavlland china. lace cur tains, beautiful Jardinier, birds eye maple furniture, portielres, two chiffoniers, couches, china closet, handsome buffet, piano. Iron beds, center tables, hall tree, writing desk, many fine chairs, carpets, two fine sets of harness, etc. Oh. well, call Thursday before1 sale and 'convince yourselves. SCOTT KNIGHT, Auctioneer. Your Easter Hat You cannot do better than come here for it. We never had a finer or more extensive display than we have to show you this week. We are showing the large, stunning, drooping brims, with loads of flowers; the toques, white chips, the quaint and simple pokes; the beautiful all black hats and the very popular turbans. In fact, if it is correct, it's here. ' Miss LUTZ 208 South 2d Street Phone 832 JUUUUUUUl JUUm. XXA.HX Um-v JJOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3 3 For Ftrst Class Work and Prompt Deliyery I HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. 1 WHITE WAGONS a if"' -- S." f :3Mr3S" VJ5 Copyriht igop br rS Hart iscbttfner U Mirx to you where you buy your clothes; because, unless you're a good judge, you don't really know what you are getting; there's al ways a lot of cotton-mixed stuff on the market. That's one of the strongest reas ons for coming here; you'll get here Hart Schaffner & Marx vT clothes; and they're always all-wool; the lioest tailoring in the world, the most per fect style; we'll fit you right both your person and purse Suits $22 to $35 This store is the hoxe of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes 1j jh The Central Avenue Clothier THE CASH MILLINERY STORE Offers Some Exceptional Values for the Coming Week in TRIMMED HATS For the conveniece of those who can't come in during the day will Keep Open Evenings Until Easter Retrimming only 25c. No charge made for trimming when our materials are used. The Cash Millinery Store 210 SOUTH SECOND STREET Richelieu Grocery and Market In Case of Emergency One of our Three Registered Men may be found at the following Telephone Numbers: C. O. r. HOMHAN 14S4; T. W. SCHMALMACK 144 2 Geo. B. WILLIAMS 1169 The WILLIAMS DRUG Co. I Fresh Groceries and Meats Richelieu Products Richelieu Canned Goods Home Dressed Poultry Finest Steaks and Chops 116 West Gold Ave. Phone 23S i SALE! SALE! OF WANTABLE SPIUNG GOODS. Men' Suit $10,$1S.S0 and ll Boys' Suits 12.25 to UH Men's good shoes J 1.50 to $4.00 Boys' good shoes $1.10 to IJ.iO Men's hats 11.00 to SMO Boys' hats 25c to $1.11 Men's work pants $1.00 Men's dress pants $2.00 to $4.00 Boys' Knee Pants. 40c value lie Good, stout school pants 10c Men's odd vests 60c to $1.21 Mn's odd Coats $1.60 to 12 it A 'i J hundreds of other bargains. FRESH FRUIT is about gone Try for some of your pies MONARCH APPLES 20c, 2 for 35c BLUEBERRIES, 20c BLACKBERRIES, 20c Another Shipment Salt Fish SKINNER'S 205 South First Street B. II. Briggs & Co. DRUGGIST A.LVARADO PHARMACY ' Corner Gold Ave. and 1st St. HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Building Bring Us Your Prescription ASH BUYERS' UNIOfi It2 Ntrlb itotud WM. DOM) 11. Prop. 117 Wert Ontral Avenue. Blue Front. I'lwme 189. Mbuquerque. You will And today's news in the Ovening Citixen. Colon's Employment Of ice at Joe Richards' Cigar Store 113 West Central Ave. Wanted Good husky workers. Steady Job. (lood wages. Wanted Nurse girl. MINNEAPOLIS Rooming House SS4 South Second St, orner Iron. 11 new iron beds. Kmdi for ousakeeplng. Single room, $l.tt r week. Ne invalids receives. Attend the.. Grand Easter Ball at Armory Monday, april 12 Given by Modern Brotherhood of America Admission $1.00 Ladies Fkkk REMEMBER The Home Restaurant 207 West (lold Avecue Is the hest PJace in 1 own to Mat TRY US wnen you come to Albu querque for the show, stop at Hotel 118 Wewt Silver Avenue, 4 i Finest rooms, clean, re- $ snert ahlf. liatp ri'aonallf J. A. Wood, Prop.