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'ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. WKIISI)AV, APRIli 7, 1!9. ; It Makes a Great Deal of Difference Clothed in Glad Raiment I an old 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 loir prices. Better look them up. f Kaster Styles for Men .... Easter Styles for Women. , Eascer Styles for Children. .$2.00 to $J.oo .$1.65 to $5.00 .$1.00 to $2.75 Reliable Shoes and Oxfords for Boys Try a pair of our New SpringI;, Oxford, for m$$ boys. They are stylish and serviceable. Why not try a pair of our Inde structible Shoes for boys. Guar anteed three 'months. Whi-ii you buy a b.iy's slue yu want a reliable nhoo that will wear and look well; don't you? Then let us assist you in getting thenj right. Our boys" shoes are .selected with great care; they wear because we do not experiment in buying a boy's shoe from a manu facturer that makes all kind of fihoes and t specializes none. Our boys' shoes are made by specialists, who make It their business to make boys' shoes and boy's shoes only. That's why they stand the test, and we guarantee them. We do not have to guess whether they are going to wear or not; we know. ,,jiittfil , BOYS' SHOES OR OXFORDS $1.75 TO $3.00 TKX MItlXKS HUE WITH EVEItY PAIR SHOES $2.50 & OVER 2 2 i 5 CRESCENT HARDWARE CO, Stoves, Ranges, House Furnishing Goods, Cutlery and Tools, Iron Pipe, Valves and Fittings. Plumbing, Heating, Tin and Copper Work Oin 111 x 1 a .. ni nr : 010 w.uerurai ave. rnone oio UlttiHf WI P ATTFDSftN L,VERY AND HOARDING STABLE Irtl I LllJUll 311-313 Witt Sllwr Awan Albuquerque, It. It. TELEPHONE 97 E. L. WASHBURX, Pres. O. O. CUSHMAN, Sec. k Treas. E. L. Washburn Company (iMXlltl'OIt.lTKn) Complete Outfitters for Men and Boys EASTER CLOTHES For Boys We have the largest assort ment of Boys' and Young Men's Spring Suits ever shown in Albuquerque. Wash Suits White, blue, grey or fancy, $1.25, $1.50 and $1. 75 Wool Suits $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and up to .$7.50 SPECIAL A large line of Boys' School Suits with 2 pairs of trous ers, $4.00 and $$ 00. j Mail Orders Promptly Filled, j Urn . 0 A AAA I ITAO rTHlililVlfcjLAft : : ! w 1 ,mV 'tM in) ' V orrr.it vr dhik from our fountain of Joy without sub sequent reRretx. There i. nothing tliiit will refresh ami euliv n you like a Klass of Our MmIii. To .ny It Is de licious Is hut the pliiin truth. It could not he otherwise. We use none out the best and purest mat' rials, which, combined In a lieveraite. niake th? favored nectnr of the go. Is a pretty poor drink. See our novelties for live Kaster novelties. scircTT c rY co. Sc-niid lhxr North of P. O. VACNOVS CHASES PERSONA Li PA RAG K AP1IS i felwuhi you fall to receive The livening Citizen, cull up the I'oMtnl Teletfrupli 0., telephone No. 80, and your paper will IX) delivered liy wpeclal ineiseiii;er. Insure In the Occidental Life. Try Glorleta lierr. Phone 4S2. A. W. Akers arrivi ,) last night from Santa Ke. Ir. H. T. Hail. y. of Clovis. is in the tlty spending a few day. V. S. Mlera arrlvi-d last nicht from i.'ulm ami will visit here for a short time. Simon N''U"tmlt. of Iis T.unas. is In the city ultcmliiiK tii businesH mat- ti rs. Kev. K. .l(jiieii Hijy arrived In the city this motniiiK and will rpend several days lu re. ileoiKe A. Smith, who was hurt re ently. is HliKhtly Improved. lb- is a neplu w of Mrs. c. n. Smith. J. IleiiHon Newell, deputy I'nited tates marshal, returned yesterday morning from u business trip to San Francisco. Don't forget the big shoe sale now going on at William Chaplin's, 121 Wch Central avenue. Florshjlm shoes for men at cost. ( O. Ilucker, representing the Wyeth Hardware company of St. Joseph, Mo., Is in the city culling on the trade. C. KY l)avls, territorial manager of the Itnyal Highlanders, is conlinej to his apartments suffering with a J- vere attack of tonsiHtis. R. U. I.arkln, superintendent of the city schools In Iis Vegas, arrived In the city last night and will remain a short time visiting. Frank Ralph, the contractor, Is re ported confined to his home with a slight Illness. He Is expected to e about against In a few days. We have etlrred the town with our big '-hoe aale. Reductions in all styles of shoes for men and women. Chaplin, 121 West Central avenue. The Royal Neighbors of America will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the Odd Fellows' hall. Visiting ladle welcome. Jessie 11. Clifford, recorder. T. S. Woolscy, Jr., chief of the de partment of silviculture of the United States forest service, returned last night after a short visit to the Mount Taylor national foreet. An evangelistic service will be held at the I'resbyterlari church at 7:45 tonight. Prof. H. C. Montgomery and wife, noted evangelistic singers. will assist with the music. The Royal Highlanders have post poned their regular meeting from to night April 7, until Wednesday even ing, April 14, at which time all mem bers are requested to be present. Jchn W. Wilson, secretary. The body of Robert Iienelleld. the negro who was beaten to death by a fellow prisoner In the city Jail yes terday morning, is held by Under taker Borders. Up to the present time HIGH r.ft ACS Coffee FJ a Soy's PIIOXK 72. Strong Brothers itetfl Ml in N SECOND STRUT Mrs. R. B. Patten Lady Assistant no relatives of the dead man couid lie located although it is understood that he has nti uncle living at Chi cago. Xo disposition will be made of iot- uooy nunc m-iruciions an ed from hi relatives and possible Is bciiiK mad receiv- all effort to locate them. A clever bimgag droe throug:i Hold o'clock this morning with u waoii- wag n driver avenue at 10 o clock this morning with u wagoo load of ashes from burnt paper. Th th pedestrians the wav. When tin the city dump south of the city, the af-hes had all blown away, so the brilliant wagon driver turned around and drove exultingly back to the city. FIVE IRE DAYS TILL EASIER was blowing and ashes filled air much to the dis.omfort if Alio happened to be in wagon reached Ami have you sent off those cards and novelties that you Intended, or have you overlooked It? Well It Is time yet? Here are a few sugges tions for your selection': Kaster Rabbits. ' Kaster Ruskets. Kaster Kggs. Kaster Ropklets. Kaster Folders. Kaster Mechanical Novelties. 1'aper. Religious Cards. And as for Kaster Post Cards, we have the largest ami best selection in Albuiueriue. Two for 5e; 12 for 25c; 5c each; 6 for 25c; 10c each; 3 for 25c; 15c each. 2 for I25e. STRONG'S BOOK STORE, Rhone 1104. Next door to P. O. AUCTION Friday morning, April 9, at 10 o'clock sharp. In the ureenleaf build ing, 122 West Silver avenue, near the postofllce, I will sell the handsome furniture of Mr. Chas. K. Newhall's home. Ciooils are high class and tit for any home. Sale consists In part of kitchen utensils, dishes, dressers, piano lamp, banquet lamp, glass ware, Haviland china, lace cur tains, beautiful jardinier, hlrds 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 before sale and convince yourselves. SCOTT KNIGHT, Auctioneer. rooooooooooo WHEN YOU BUY CUT GLASS ASK FOR HAWKES, OR LIBBEY We have both makes. Our stock is 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 PPD ITT Central Ave. Jeweler I V L.fvl 1 I Albuquerque aoocoooooocooo oooo(coooocooa 5 For First Class Wortr and Prompt TUV,vrv Q ; HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. WHITE WAGONS In Case of Emergency One of our Three Registered Men may be found at the following Telephone Numbers,: C. O. r. HOrrMAN 1454; r. W. SCHMALWACK 1442 GEO. B. WILLIAMS 1199 The WILLIAMS DRUG Co. Ill West Central Avenue. Blue lYout. Phon78. Mboqoerqnc. ' J tfy 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 Schaff ner & Marx clothes; and they're always all-wool; the linest tailoring in the world, the most per fect style; we'll fit you right both your person and purse Suits $22 to $35 f This store is the hone of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Copyright lp"9 fcr Hart cbrfner & Man The Central Avenue Clothlor 9 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 Fresh Groceries and Meats Richelieu Products Richelieu Canned Goods Home Dressed Poultry Finest Steaks and Chops 116 West Gold Ave. Phone 235 SALE! SALE! OP WANTABLK SPRING GOODS. Men's Suita 110,111.50 and til Boys' SulU $1.25 to IJ.7I Men's good shoes 11.50 to 14.00 Boys' good shoes $1.10 to Il.tO Men's hats $100 to $150 Boys' hats l5o to $111 Men's work pants $1.00 Men'a dress pants $2.00 to $4.00 Boys' Knee Pants, 40c value lie Good, stout school pants I0 Men's odd vests 60c to $1.11 Men's odd Coats $1 10 to tl.il A ad hundreds of other bargains. SWIFT'S . PREMIUM LARD - ----- 4 The purest, cleanest and best of all lard 3 lbs 50c 5 lbs 80c 10 lbs $1.50 Better lard can't be made 4 - t Swift's Premium Hams : 16c. i Swid's Premium Bacon 24c. SKINNER'S 205 South First Street B. ii. Briggs & Co. DRUGGISTS A.LVARADO PHARMACY Corner Gold Ave. and 1st St. HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Building Bring Us Your Prescription CASH BUYERS' UNIOS 12Z N0rtb iieoaa WM. DOLDE. Prp. You will And today's news In the livening Citlsen. Colburn's Employment Oifice at Joe Richards' Cigar Store 113 West Central Ave. Wanted Good husky workers. Steady jub. Good wages. Wantd Nurse girl. I m Attend the. Grand Easter Ball at Armory MONDAY, APRIL 12 Given by Modern Brotherhood of A merle Admission $1.00 Ladies Fkkk 8 MINNEAPOLIS I Rooming House 34 South Second St., orner Iroa. 11 new iron beds. Reoma for oosekeeplng. Single room, 11.11 per week. Ne invalids receive. REMEMBER The Home Restaurant 207 West Gold Avenue Is the hest Place in 1 own to Kat TRY US ... wnen you come to Albu querque for the show, stop at Hotel Craige : U8H West Silver Avenue. J : Finest rooms, clean, re- spectable. Rates reasonable J. A. Wood, Prop.