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ALP.nQUEKQTTE CITIZEN. TIKSUW. Al'im, 27; ll9. Dainty Shoes for Spring THE FACT that you see so little of your own leet is no proof that they are not noticed by others. The shapelier they are the more closely they will be watched, and it is your duty to dress them to the best of your ability. The easiest and most satisfactory way to do this is to let us fit you to a pair of our hand some shoes or oxfords. Men's Shoes, patent colt, gunmetal, vici kid or calf per pair $2.50, $3.00, $3-5. $4-. $5-00 Men's Oxfords, patent colt, gunmetat, vici kid, calf per pair $2. 50, $3.00, $3. 50, $4.00 Women's Shoes, patent kid, vici kid or calf per pair $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3-5". $5-. Women's Oxfords, patent kid, vici kid. suede or calf per pair $1.65, $2.25, $3.00, $3.50, $4 00 Shoe Department Carries Mmm stylish lasts, Insuring honest wear at the most reasonable prices. It is your privilege to demand the best footwear for your money. In order to do this we f-uRRept you try our standard makes, surh as HANAN, SELBT, and IKHtOTHV DODD for women; PACKARD & EXCELSIOR shoes for men. They will bear every comparison to those sold by our competitors. Give us a trial to demonstrate this to TOO, Mcn'x Shoe or Oxfords, all style and leather. . . p . l.7." to $4.00 Women's Shoes or Oxfords, all styles and Icatliein. .$1.50 to S6.00 Oilldrcn's Shoes or Oxfords, all styles and lcntlwrs. . 75c to $3.00 ! CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Stoves, Ranges, House Famishing Goods, Catlery and Tools, Iron Pipe, Valves and Fittings. Plffmbing, Heating, Tin and Copper Work e : 318 W. Central Ave. Phone 315 PLACE YOUR ADS III THE E. L. WASHBURN, Pres. E. L. Washburn Company (MoOKI'OKATKn) Complete Outfitters for Men and Boys You Are But Part ly Dressed When your clothes do not fit you with style. Few tailors know how to bring about both. Under $50 you can't get clothes from tailors as you can from Stein-Bloch. Brains and wise expenditure figure in Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes; and they are made to fit and have style. They are tailored, not manufactured Brains are in them, not machinery Suits from $18.00 to $30.00 i 444444444444444444444,444444444444444,444444444 K the Best Assortment New, Stylish Footwear FO R Men, Women and Children The bent way to test shoes Is to buy them at a reliable store, then you remove nil doubts as to quality, style and economy. Our shoes are made over ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN C. O. CUSIIMAN, Sec. 4 Treas. i I mm A Fresh Egg Drink ut our fountain Is nutritious, whole some and perfertly delicious. Made In all llnvor. Try one. Only pure fruit Juices and syrups used. Ours the most sunltury fountain in town. SCirCTT CANDY CO. Second Door North of P. O. PERSONAL. PARAGRAPHS Should you fall to receive The Kvenlng Citizen, cull up the Postal Telegraph Co., telephone No. 86, and your paper will be delivered liy special memcnirer. Insure in th Occidental Life. Try Qlorieta beer.--rir.one 4 82. Box factory wood $3.50 full load W. H. Hahn Co. C. E. Harriet in in the city on a short visit from Clovis. W. II. Hair, of Hunin Ke, is spil ing the day in the city. Attorney C. C Cation was in the city yesterday from tiunta Fe. K. G. Hills was a business visitor in the city yesterday from Carthage. Air. -and Mrs. K. A. Manza uarcs, of Fort Sumner, were visitors her.' yes terday. C. 1j. Mackenzie, superintendent of the Wells Farjro Kxpress Co., arrived last night from Denver. Mrs. S. K. Aldrieh. of tiallup, is a visitor at the t?L Joseph's hospital, where her husband m a patient. J. B. McMahon, train master of Las Vegase, arrived yesterday and is spending tha day , in th i city. We have stirred the town with our big "hoe sale. Reductions in all styles of shoes for men and women. Chaplin, 121 West Central avenue. There will bu a regular meeting of the Woman's llelief Corps ut 2:3u to morrow afternoon in Red Men's hall, by order of the president. Sadie How dlfh. secretary. There will be a regular session of the Royal Highlanders In K. of C. hall this evening at S o'clock, and all members are urgently requested to be present. A. W. Wilson, secretary. James MeCarty, an attorney of Chi cago, who has spent several days here the guest of J. P. McShane, of 10 i Forester avenue, left last night for the C.rand Canyon and southern Cali fornia. The baseball gunte at Kl Paso Sun day between the Pass City White Sox and Socorro, N. M.. resulted In a 10 WHEN YOU BUV CUT GLASS ASK FOR HAWKES, OR LIBBEY W h both makes. Our stuck is large. Every piece marked very low in plin fig-urea. VVe will give a 10 per cent discount on these goods tHloc stock. The Leading PPD ITT Central Ave. Jeweler I V L l 1 1 1 Albuquerque mjmomj9umo9omjmom?0900oo m Come m and See What we are showing in trimmed Mil linery. Shelves and cases are crowded with all the season's best offerings. If you can not be suited in a ready-to-wear hat, our capable force of trim mers is at your disposal. Miss LUTZ UCXXXXXXJOOOOOUOOUUCXXXXXXJ For First Class Work -1 HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. WHITE OCJf 7XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJV' In Case of Emergency One of our Three Registered Men may be found at the following Telephone Numbers: C. O. F. HOFFMAN t454f T. W. SCHMALMACK 1442 . GEO. B. WILLIAMS 1199 The WILLIAMS DRUG Co. 117 West Central Avenoa. Blue to 5 victory In favor of Kl Paeo. The (lem City t.-nm remained In El Paso over Monday and yesterday played the Fort 1:11s t' nm. Don't forget the big shoe talp now going on at William Chaplin's, 121 Wfs Central avenue. Florsh-jlm shoes for men at cost. .T. 11. MeMiihnn. vice president of the Fnlrbnnks Soup company, accom panied by his. secretary. Leroy Pogue. is spending the day In Albuiucriu, visiting with It.' H. Lester, tile local representative. Mr. McMahon was the guest of it. ,. Putney In a ride 0 bout the city. (Jrnnis Ch:ip'l. A. M .K. church, will hold a aerie of meetings this week, coniiii.'iieing on the ittitli under the Icitdersli'p of Mrs. Mamie Jack son, nn evangelist from the Piiget Sound conference. Song sni vice at 7:.1l) p. in. .('reaching at X p. tit. Rev. James Washington, pastor. CJooi Re MtCuInn, the colored chauffeur who came here with Mr. Itlchmoiid the Dominion Construc tion company, wns sentenced to thirty days In the county Jail yesterday af ternoon for lighting with H. Tucker, another negro. Tucker was let off with a fine of $15. The mayor's automobile made a run op the Highlands today while hard mirfuclng a block of newly tilled street on Iron avenue. It Is the only machine In the city that uses the highways without a license and the only one that has not violated the speed ordinance. The ladles of the (1 . A. R. en tertained t the Knights of Columbus hall last night in honor of Mrs. O. L. Lane, national president of the or ganlzaion. A huge number were present. A program Including mu sic and speaking was given and re freshments were served. The ladles of Albuquerque presented Mrs. Lnne with u souvenir spoon. nil' iorest service lias Just an nounced the following appointments on national forest in this "district Robert S. Hhjtchford, asuistant forest runger and lleorge k. Buyer, forest guard on th" Da til national forest: Raymond Doinino. forest guard on the Coconino national forest; George M. Nyce, forest guard on tile Sit greuves national forest. The Carthage Mercantile company team defeated the Fuel company team in a fast game of base ball at Car thage Sunday 1 a score of 8 to 5 for a purse of $100. The Fuel team led by .1 to 2 until the ninth inning. Kdwards and Oliver were on the fir ing line for the Mercantilcs and Wil son nnd Snlslda formed the Fuel company battery. Roy A. Hunt, representing the In surance Field, one of the best known insurance periodicals in the United States, left last night for the west, af ter a pleasant visit in the city. Mr. Hunt was accompanied by Mrs. Hunt. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. O'Rielly in an automobile tour of the city yesterday. Mr. O'Rielly is manager for tho Occidental Life. Albuquerque friends have received announcements of the approaching marriage of Miss Frances Ruth Greg ory, of Kettner, N. M to Dr. Volney S. Cheyney, surgeon for the American Lumber company at Kettner. The wedding will take place May 19 at Mountainvlew Ranch, the home of the bride. Dr. Cheyney was - day clerk at the .Alvarado before going to Kettner. The C.old Avenue Realty ixniNiny, J. M. Sollio and I'.dnard Icltrttoii, proprietor of the new real estate of liee ut 1 17 West C.old avenue, are pre IMtred to serve tlie puhlln aloiijj nil real estate lines. List your proM-rt' with us. oOwC)weocoOwC)wC)w3Ko 208 South 2d Street Phone 832 and Prompt Delirery r. att ...... r wAGONS g XX KXJOOCXXXXXXrXXXXXJOtXJ Front Phone TBS. 4Jbnqnerqae. t THE AUTOCRAT OF THE BREAKFAST TATJLE 1 Chase &, Sanborn's COFFEES MALOY'S Phone 72 t t ! I.A.GARDNER Hand Tailored Clothes tor Gentlemen imp( Room--Nmw Mox- Ico Cleaning Work 319 West Gold Avenue i TRIED FOR ASSAULT 'no fiuin-t llii:iiM Is IU-Iii Ih-nrd In the Oistrict Vnin This Afternoon. The famous fiRht of Dr. II. i Hendricks anil forni' i- Police Olilcer William Phillips had in the olliee of the Sun Juno 4 last was being fought ov.r UBain in the district court this afternoon. The hint territorial grnnd Jury re turned an indictment aain.st Phll liiis, charging him with assault and hnttory, and thia morning lie was placed on trial. Owing to District Attorney Klock having been attorney for the pros ecuting witness in u civil suit last year, he was disqualified to prosecute tho case today, and Attorney Modesto Ortiz was appointed to represent the territory. Ortiz was .assisted by Dr. Hendricks. Attorneys Hlcker and Moore represent Phillips. 1. A. Macpherson of the Jour nal Publishing company, was the first witness. Mr. Macpherson said that Phillips came to his office ths morning of June 4 and asked for the editor of the Sun. Phillips curried a copy of the day previous, containing a story about a police officer holding up a girl on First street. H. N: Packcrt, who was in the Journal office when Phillips went there, was the second witness. The prosecution attempted to show by these" witnesses that Phillips was looking for the prosecuting witness on the morning of the alleged ussault. Packert said that ho talked to Phil lips and the latter said that h was looking for the editor of the Sun or the person who wrote the story and was goiiig to get satisfaction. Pack ert said that he told Phillips to let the matter drop. Jessi Kelleher, an employe of the Sun office, said that Phillips came there and asked for the editor anil was shown Hendricks' office. Ortiz led the witness over the conditions under which Phillips met Hendricks. "What happened then?" asked the prosecutor. "It all happened then." was the answer. Tin- case may be finished this even ing. The prosecution had the most of its testimony in at 3 o'clock and th defense had vory few witnesses. following is the jury. James Doolittle. Kirieterio Sidillo, Maximo Sanches, Salvador (iuriile, fieorg.-, lAbato, Augestine Chaves, Nayola Chaves, Manuel I.opez. Elun terlo Anaya. IV Vigil, Jos. I.uls Homero and Uuadalupe Nuanes. ROMK IT.MWAIXY K1 Ol'FKK IGS FOK THIS WKKK. A plump two pound 16x22 anitaiy feather pillow, covered with soft fin ish, handsome art ticking only... 60c Now don't that price sound good to you? Then here is another unusually good offer, a 20x4 4, hemmed, bleach ed turkish towel 17HC 1 1-4 hemmed white bed spread, very pretty designs $1.35 We will place on sale this week one of the nicest lots of ladies and children's undervests to be found In the city, our prices are absolutely right, so don't fail to see them. THK MAZK. W.M. KIKKi; I'roprU lor. o Comfortable slippers and Julietes for women. They rest your feet and make housework easy. At the same time they look neat and dainty. Price run from $1.10 to $2. C. May's shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. o Our shirt and collar work la per feet. Our "DOMESTIC FINISH" to the proper thing. We lead others follow. IMPERIAL IiACXDRY CO. o ' ;y won't suffer five minutes with cr i if you apply Dr. Thomas' Ro ll : ie Oil at once. It acts like magic FOK SALK. V No.-l black gentle driving hers; t harness and nearly new burn MUlre Room it. Armljo block, ! ;o Baca. Phona 417. mm jpyp ft FOR THE MAN of quiet tastes in clothes, who doesn't care for the frills of fashion, we have the best models io the regular styles. : Spring Suits Hart, Schaffner & Marx have made them for u, and we have a great stock for you to select from. You can look at some of the ultra-fashionable models, also, if you choose; we'll sell you whatever you want; it's here. Suits $20 to $35 This store is the home of Hart Schaffoer a Marx Clothes SIPJION S ' Coiburns Efriployirent Office at Joe Rithirds' Cigar Store West Central Ave. Cood, all-round white cook; also woman for house work. Good baker, feood pay. 111 iiiiimiiiii1 Why Don't You ST AMR IT With one of our Rubber Stamps? We make them In sizes to suit you and as time savers to the busy office man or merchant they are almost indispensable. Handle stamps, moulding: stamps, self-Inking stamps, dating: stamps, pocket stamps In fact, can supply you with almost any kind of stamp on short notice, as we make them right here. Can suit you on the style of type to be used In them, too. Send for catalogue or step Into our office and make your selection. H. S. LITHGOW BOOKBIXDER llCBBEli STAMP MAKER 314 W. Gold Ave. Phone 934 AUCTION SALE At 16 Kast Grand avenue. Friday April 30. at 1 p. m. Furniture open for inspection Thursdnv .Iftrrn.inn Furniture of a 5 room house consist ing of a Walnut set of parlor furnit ure, leather covered couch; new Vernls Martin bed: 312 maitrr den ouk dresser. tables, linoleum. parlor Move, mission oak hn.v eaao Smyrna rut? nnd many other articles too numerous to mention. J. M. SOL.UE, Auctioneer. "Dunn's ointment cured me of ec zema that had annoyed me a Ions tune. The cure was permunent." Hon. S. W. Matthews, commissioner 1.4) bur Statistics, Augusta, Me. ENGAGE. Simon Garcia' horses, rigs, sad dles and spring wagons for country trips. Call at my store, 102 North Arno street. Coiton M ttl iiit-al, a concentrated feed m a low prior. Wll tf-ulure bran or corn chop much cheaper tlian tlie grain rutton alone will. This we bran or corn chop muWi clw-apcr than we claim for It, It's your for nothing. e. w. it:e, 6(12-601 H. Itrwt St. IHione 16. Ia'karil Shoes for Men. When you want a Rood shoe go to Rosenwalds. They carry the famous Packard shoes for men in all leathers, luce or button stylos. Every pair guar anteed to wear and give satisfaction. Try a pair and be convinced. Wo iinve exclusive right of sale. Rosen wald s (hoe department. Any part or all or tha first flaor at U Luna and Strlckler building Is aow raady for occupancy and will b ad to responsible parties. Any alterations desired will be mad to uit tenants. Total floor space, II. 00 square feet. Basement same di mensions. Steam beat and all other wodern ImpraTements. Apply W. ft trickier. . o Impure blood runs you clown makes you an easy victim for organic diseases. Rurdock Wood Hitters puri fies the blood cur.u the cause builds you up. Bee I. II. Cox, the plumber, for gar den hose. . All grade and price, from SS to 18. Garden lioe repairing. 70S West Central. Thone 1020. It tl ' 1 ! l t5 Copyright 1909 by Hart Schiffner It Mat i H444t f, r fcfc ROOMS AT THE a X : ll(f4 West Sller A-iine. Not only tike the cake, but tluy take the whole bakery, with the baker thrown In. Tom, Dick and Harry say so. So there must be something in it. Come and see for your self. I t I J. A Wood, Prop. I Si Flower and Vegetable i 4 4 : 4 4 4 4 4 t 4 La it call on our new -shipment 5c Package 6 for 25c SKINNER'S) 205 South First Street ho Central 4 venue wwy,4TaT,y,yy'y w w www w ftttf f ?y 9 iSeed Coal Coke Wood BEST AMERICAN BLOCK COAX. Alii LENGTHS CEDAR AND PINION WOOD. HILL AND FACTORY WOOD. liTJMP, SS.5t. NUT, S4.t6. We'll Please or Bust We will meet any oompctltloi AZTEcllJEL CO. Phone 251. Office, Corner Graolta and Firat Strong Brothers -TV w .... . Ki-i H KtQNO. tT. Mrs. R. B. Patten L&dy Assistant Vou can 1 Clothe Your Family here on $1.00 PER WEEK Men's & Ladies' Suits a specialty E. MAHARAN SIS West Central.