TiaRSIAV, APIUIj S. 1909.
It Makes a Great Deal of Difference
Is on 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 low prices.
Better look them up. 2
Easter Styles for Men ....
Easter Sty!es for Women . ,
Eascer Styles for Children,
. .$2.00 to $5.00
. .$1.65 to $5.00
. .$1.00 to $2.75
Easter Showing of Hanan's Footwear
We suggest Han-
an's for every oc
so for Easter.
We suggest Han
an's for style, com
fort and economy.
Once tried, always
We have secured and control the sale of women's "Hanan
Shot," because we believe them to offer the best value and sAls
factlon for the money of anywomen's shoes made. Hanan Shoes
fit the foot, not partially, loose here and tight there, but exactly
as a shoe should fit, with a light, gentle, all-over touch that's a
genuine foot comfort. The Intelligent consumer recognlr.es Hanan's
as in r safeguard against substitution and bogus quality.
We invite your early Inspection.
HANAN'S PERFECT FOOTWEAR $5.0QiTO $6.00
TEN SlIUNKN FllEK WITH EVERY PAIR SHOKS $8.50 & OVER
CRESCENT HARDWARE CO.
Stoves, Ranges, House Famishing Goods,
Ctrtlery and Tools, Iron Pipe, Valves
Plumbing, Heating, Tin and Copper Work
318 W. Central Ave. Phone 315
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UVERY AND BOARDING STABLE
311-313 West Silver Aweaue
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E. L. WASHBURX. Pres.
C. O. CUSHMAN, Sec. A Treas.
E. L. Washburn Company
Complete Outfitters for Men and Boys
We have the largest assort
ment of Boys' and Young
Men's Spring Suits ever
shown in Albuquerque.
White, blue, grey or fancy,
$1.25, $1.50 and $1.75
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00
and up to $7.50
A large line of Boys' School
Suits with 2 pairs of trous
ers, $4.00 and $5 00.
TIIK OY KII
A well 11s his big slsti-r knows when
Candy suits. It's the good taste, de
licious flavor and careful attention t
minutest details that hn mnrte our
imiiMi syniiiiyiiviiiH with high griido
EA ST F.It SI'l X 'I A I T I ES,
Put our candy dow n as one of the
important Enster gifts yu have to
scnruTT CAXTY CO.
Sot-mid Door North of P. O.
S-' our windows for live Faster
Should you fail to receive The
Evening Citizen, call up the
Portal Tclrgrapli Co., telephone
No. 30, and your paper will be
delivered by special messenKPr.
Insure In the Occidental Life.
Try Olorleta beer. Phone 4 82.
Fresh salmon at the San Jow1
W. A. llrown, of Cenlllo', is a
Horn, to Ur. and .Mrs. W. S. Hron-
son, of North Eleventh street, a girl,
Wport a new vi'st for Easter. A
gi cat array to choose from, Benjamin
liorn, today, to Dr. ami Mrs. John
Rogers Haynes. 614 South Broadway,
nine pound boy.
The Ideal Lenten Food is Kealwhli.it
Oysters we get em fresh constantly.
an Jose Market.
R. W. Hunt, general merchant of
Mountainair, was In the city trans
acting business matters yesterday.
Mrs. George II. Frost, wife of Con
ductor Frost, returned last night af
ter visiting for some time In Indiana
Don't pay 50 cents for a 35-ccnt
tie. Come where you don't need to.
K. li. Booth, who for the past two
months has been enjoying an exten
sive trip through Old Mexico, arrived
In the city last night.
We have stirred the. town with our
big "hoe saJe. Reductions In all
styles of shoes for men and women.
Chaplin, 121 West Central avenue.
A. E. Powell, assistant superin
tendent of the Wells Fargo Ex prees
company, arrived In the city la3t
night from Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rankin of
70S Xorth Second street, left last
night for Sablnal, N. M., where they
will reside in the future.
There will be a regular meeting of
tho Congregational Ladles' Aid so
ciety Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. J. A. Skinner,
WI SH iTstcoNo strut
Mrs. R. B. Patten
SOU South Arno street. All mem hers
are urged to lie present at this meet-
"A Brave Irish I.," and "A
Friend in the Enemy's Camp," will '
be, the two new pictures put on at '
the Colombo theatre tonight. I
Clarence W. . .McClintoek. for he
past two years with .Simon Stern, left'
this morning for Chl.ago, where he
will take up the study of Medicine.
F. II. Kundcrmuu, the well known
fish salesman, representing the Proc-tor-Connell
Fish company of St.
Louis, Mo., is In the city calling on
Nathan Jaffa, secretary of the tev.
ritory, accompanied by hU family,
returned to Santa Fe last night after
having spent a short time in the city
visiting friends und relatives.
Don't forget the big shoe sale now
going on at William Chaplin's, 121
West Central avenue. Florshjim
shoes for men at cost.
Tomorrow' is Oood Friday and you
can not dif better than ' place your
order for fresh fish at the San Jose
Market, they will have many variet
ies to select from.
Mrs. C ft. Coleman, a former resi
dent of Albuquerque, but who has
been residing In western Kansas for
Ihe past year, arrived In the city last
night und expects to remain perma
nently. .The ticket sale for the Rursoniae
ter will open at Matron's book store
Saturday morning. The attraction is
one of the best booked for the sea
son and will no doubt draw a crowd
Robert I.aw, president of the New
Mexico Central Railway company, ac
companied by his son, Morrell, ar-
Copvrlfht looo fcr
Hart Sctuffner 6c Man
to you Where y ou buy ypur. '
clothes; because, unless
you're a good judge, you
don't really know what
you are getting there'a al
ways a lot, of cotton-mixed
Btuff on the market. 4 That's
one of the strongest reas
ons for coming here; you'll
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes; and they're always
all-wool; the tinest 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 ho r e of
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
The Central Avenue Clothier
WHEN YOU BUY CUT GLASS ASK FOB,
HAWKES, OR LIBBEY
We have both makes. Oar 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 PVPD ITT Central Ave.
Jeweler L. V L.IV1 1 1 Albuquerque
ti l A-j n it-, r !ll . J
fu) man uroeis rromDiiv ruiea.
Trimmed Hats for Easter at Bargain Prices
We are overstocked with Trimmed Hats for Ladies and Misses and ' '
we are offering tbem at extremely low pricos until Easter. ::
THE SAME CUT APPLIES TO CHILDNEN'S HATS
rived in the city from Santa Fe this
morning and will spend several days
In the city.
Fred If. Shaffer, chief dispatcher
of the Xew Mexico division of the.
.-Unfa Fe, arrived last nlffht from I-is
Vf ga ami w ill remain several days
visiting. Mr. Shaffer was accompa
nied by his brother, W. A. SiialTer, of
W.' F. Hherfesee .superintendent of
the treatment of timber in all na
tional forests, arrived on the limited
fioni San Francisco last evening.
nd will remain here today the guest
of District Fonwter Klngland of the
I'nited tJtates forest service.
States convocation of Rio Grande
Cnapter No. 4, R. A. M., this evening
for regular business and work In ths
P. M. and M. K. degrees. All visiting
ci mpanlons are welcome. 'Hy ordor
of the high priest. Harry Braun, sec-
There will be services in the St.
Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church
tonight beginning, at 7:45, and also
on Oood Friday. On -this day the
morning service will be in (icrmati
at 10:30 and the evening service will
be In English and begin at 7:4j. All
are cordially Invited.
H. E. Asmus. a cigar and tobacco
dealer at Oreeley. Colo., is in the
city looking for a busine- location.
Mrs, Asmus is suffering from ill
health and a warmer and dryer cli
mate than that found at Oreeley .s
recommended for her. Mr. Asmits
may locate at Luh Cruces.
Elaborate preparations have been
made for the smoker to be given to
night at Odd Fellows' hall under
the auspices of the local labor unions.
Ihe Cavanaugh orchestra will fur
nish music and lunch will be served.
YV. P. Metcalf and Judge Ueo. H.
Craig wll be the principal speakers,
but short addresses will be asked
from members of every union. It is
expected that 1!"0 union men will at
tend. The meeting of the Woman's club
to bo held in the club rooms tomor
row afternoon will be in chuigc of
the literature department. The roll
cull response will be patriotic quota
tions. Music will be furnished by
Mr. Abbott, violinist, accompanied by
Mrs. Seward. A talk on "The Santa
Fe Trail" will be given by Miss Pes
sie Haldriilge and Mrs. Long
.-At end the. .
Grand Easter Ball
MONDAY, APRIL 2
Admission $1.00 Ladies Freb
PREMIUM LARD I
Richelieu Grocery f
Fresh Groceries and
116 West Gold Ave. 1
OF YVAVTABLE spiuxg goods.
I10.tll.60 and til
will I Boys' Suits $2.25 to $3.71
The purest, cleanest and
best of all lard
3 lbs 50c 5 lbs 80c
10 lbs $1.50
Better lard can't be made
Swift's Premium Hams
Swill's Premium Bacon
1 205 South First Street
Colburns Employment 0 flee
at Joe Richards' Cigar Store
113 West Central Are.
Wanted Good husky workers.
Steady job. Oood wages.
Wanted Nurse girl.
B. H. Briggs & Co.
Hpeik on "Railroads und
tion." Tho meeting will doubtless be.
an interesting one und all members
ar urged to be jirenent.
For First Class Work and Prompt Delivery
1 HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. I
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In Case of Emergency
One of our Three Registered Men may be
found at the following Telephone Numbers:
C. O. r. HOFFMAN 1454; r. W. SCHMALMACK 1442
OKO. B. WILLIAMS 1169
The WILLIAMS DRUG Co.
117 West Central A venae. Blue Ftaat. Phone TS9. tlbaqaerque.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
('iviliza-?Men's good shoes,
Boys' good shoes .
Men's hats .......
Men's work pants
Men's dress pants ,
Boys' Knee Pants,
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W. P. J.1KTO-YIj1 821 Wl-ST MM
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SlEIAIIiLE It. SUMMEHS, Aeor.
$1.60 to $4.00
....$1.10 to $2.10
....$1.00 to tltO
26c to ti ll
.'...$2.00 to $400
40c value..... tic
Corner Gold Avo. and 1st St.
Bring Us Your Prescriptions
Oood, stout school pants 60
Men's odd vest 60c to tl.tl
Men's odd Coats $160 to $2.6$
And hundreds of other bargains.
Three More Dans Till Easter
And 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 suggea
tions for your seltM'tion:
I inter Mechanical Novelties.
And us for Easter I'ost Cards, we
I - e the largest and bct selection In
. 'Hiuerque. Two for 6c; 12 for
! c each; I for 25c; 10c each;
. .or 25c; 15c each, 3 for $25c.
STRONO'S BOOK STORE,
Phone 1104. Next door to P. O.
CASH BUYERS' UNWh
m Martb iaecad
WM. DOIJJE. Pro.
Friday morning, April , at 10
o'clock sharp, In the ureenleaf build
ing, 122 West Silver avenue, near
the postoftice, I will sell the handsome
furniture of Mr. Chas. K. Newhall's
home. Goods are high class and fit
for any home. Sale consists in part
of kitchen utensils, dishes, dressers,
piano lump, banquet lamp, glass
ware, Haviland china, lace cur
tains, beautiful jardinier, birds
eyn maple furniture, portlelres,
two chiffoniers, couches, china closet,
handsome buffet, piano, Iron beds,
center tables, hall tree, writing dewk,
many fine chairs, carpets, two fine
sets of harness, etc. Oh, well, call
Thursday before sale and convince
yourselves. SCOTT KNIGHT,
Itching .piles provoke profanity
but profanity won't cure them. Doan'i
Ointment cures itching, bleeding or
protruding plies after years of suffer
Ing. At any drug store.
614 South Second St.. corner Iron.
All new iron beds. Ream for
housekeeping. Single room, tl.tl
er week. Ne Invalids receive.
The Home Restaurant
2(77 West Gold Avenue
Is the hest Place in Town to Eat
When you come to Albu
querque for the show, stop at
118H Wert 611vw 'Araae.
t Finest rooms, clean, re-
X spectable. Rates reasonable 2
f J. A. Wood, Prop.
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