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FRIDAY. MAY 7. ISOt. tJUlK EIGHT. I imnMaw.i' iuyiwiyiif.Mp. -sityf'r'iry.',"-' 'v w'"-tF.'gi""''-,l'va 7"W'j the kind of hxM you can get riglit here at out itore. The Resal Shoes we tell are exactly the lame ryle that are being worn in INew I otk, rNewpott ana au me Dig lasmon centers. The new REGAL OXFORDS we are showing have all the distinctive smart ness of expensive custom shoes, and they give you the same perfect fit, because they're made in quarter-sizes. Examine these Regal Oxfords and compare them with any other shoes in town and remember that Regal quality u standard all over the wonu. C. MAY 314 W. Central Ave. 350 fpx $400 vMd $5 &mm!M4 LOW SHOE SPECIAL Per Pair House Slippers Special Per Pair Do you need A Low Shoe or House Slipper? if so, now la the time to avail yourself of an opportunity In shoe buying, that will bring comfort to the feet and a saving to your pocketbook. This assortment consists of Women's Low Shoes worth up to $2.00 per pair, but we have not all sizes of a kind, yet enough diff erent kinds to make up a complete line of sixes, so you will be able to make your selection without being disappointed. Don't put It off, see them today, while we have your size. Re member the place is Rosenwald's Shoe Department and the pric-i 98c per pair. In Case of Emergency One of our Three Registered Men may be found at the following Telephone Numbers: c. o. r. nor r man i4S4t r. w. schmalmack 1442 GEO. B. WILLIAM 1199 The WILLIAMS DRUG Co. 117 West Central Arcane. Blue Front. Phone 780. Mbuquerqna. E. L. WASHBURX, Pres. C. O. CUSHMAN, Sec. A Treas. E. L. Washburn Company (T.NCOItPORATEIt Men's and Boys' Outfitters Quick, Convenient and Fair to you We hide nothing; we try hard to serve you with intelligent understanding of a r. odern man's needs. Our STEIN-BLOOH SMART CLOTHES in Summer weights . r3 ready for you to try on before our I- ng glass, in our cool Btore. You see waat you buy, and you do.not have to re turn it for alterations. The clothes fit with style. Add to whicb, you are charged a price based upon reason and fairness. SUITS $18, $20, $22.50, $25, $27 and $30 TIIK FCH'NTAIX OF YOfTII Is no myth. It Is a plensunt reality Ktrttioncd right here. Come and pur toko of Its sparkling waters. Come If you are weary and fnicirc'l out. ofH SODA WILL RESTORE your tired energies. Come if you want a beverage that has all the sweetness of sugar, all the flavor of your fa vorite fruit, all the sparkle of cham pagne. You can not Imagine such a beverage; you must taste it to know it. BCIIUTT CANDY OO. Second Door North of P. O. PERSONAL. PARAGRAPHS Should you fail to receive The Evening Citizen call up the Postal Telegraph Co., telephone No. S6, and your paper will be delivered by special messenger. Fleteher Cook has gone to Iowa, her old home, for a Try Glorleta beer.-fTone 482. Insure In the Occidental Life. S. H. Grlmshaw, coal oil inspector, is spending the day here. Mrs. Clinton visit. Paul Dalies, of the John Becker company of Belen, Is in the city on business. A. Vandewart, the wool buyer, has returned from a bunlnessi trip to Wil lard and Roswell. C. P. Heaton, general sales agont for the American Fuel Co., spent yes terday in the city. Last call on the big shoe sale now going on at William Chaplin's, 121 West Central avenue. Florshelm shoes for men at cost. Edward Farr, the cattle buyer, ex pects to leave this evening on a busi ness trip to Phoenix, Ariz. W. P. Garslde, traveling freight and passenger agent for the Santa Fe, is In the city from El Paso. Territorial Treasurer Miguel A. Otero arrived from the capital last night, and will spend the day here. C. Stewart, sheriff of Eddy county. left yesterday for his home in Carls bad after spending several days In the city. Mm. Albert Grunsfeld expects to leave tomorrow evening for New York, where she will embark for Eu- ). H. Conner, M. D. D. 0. OSTEOPATH Specialist in Chronic Diseases Office: N. T. Armijo Building. r0,P-i he exacts to be absent six month. ' " Kirk Cron moyer, a prominent In dian grader of llouck. AH.. Is in the oily trading with local is riolesdle merchants, C. P. H"Rtn, nks agent for the American Fuel Company, returned to his headquarters at Oallup this af tirnoon on the limited. Uev. Fletcher Conk, rector of St. John's Episcopal church, returned to the city last night from attending a conference at La Vegas. J. H, Uobertnon left last night for Engle, X. M where he will receive a number of cattle in the near future for shipment to Colorado. James K. Hunt, of Raton, superin tendent of the big Maxwell land grant, whs In the city yesterday at tending to business matters. Regular meeting of Ada Chapter No. 5. O. K. S., this evening in Ma sonic hall. .Uy order of the worthy matron, Nora Putnam, secretary. Mrs. T. L. Delaholde, sister of J. A. Blondin, the celeolst, arrived In the city last night from Phoenix, AHr.., and expects to make her home in Al buquerque. Divine services at Temple Albert this evening at 7:45. The subject of Rabbi Chapman's discourse will do "Filial Affection.' Everybody Is cor dially Invited. T. D. Allen has returned from a three months' visit to friends in Portland and tonight will resume his duties as night chief clerk at the lo cal freight house. There will be a . demonstration of the 20th Century Ice Cn-um freezer tomorrow at Sollie & LeBreton's, 117 West Gold avenue. Free lee cream from 9 to 4 o'clock. Frank McCabe is back in Albu querque again after an absence of several years spent In tho lloosier state. " He eays that "New Mexico Is gcod enough for him. Miss Elizabeth Garret, of Alamo gordo, accompanied by Miss Emma Bush, are visiting here. Miss Garrett is a talented vocalixt and will be much appreciated in musical circles. W. A. Dow, formerly city salesman for Gross, Kelly & Co., at I-aHS Vegas, has purchased the merchandise stock of Lester & Co., at Colmor, N. M., and will take . personal charge of the store. John Napier." special of fleet for the Santa Fe, is back on duty In the lo cal yards after an absence of several months. Officer Babhltt has been sent to Las Vegas to succeed Mr. Napier there. La. Gradl, of Copper avenue and Third street, has been appointed to act as Italian consul In New Mexico during the absence of Dr. Nacamull In Europe. General Consul Rossi gave Mr. Gradl his authority. Mrs. Belle Pike-Austin and sister, Mies Luclle Pike, who have been living at 706 South Arno street, ex pect to leave this evening for San Bernardino, Cal., to Join their broth er, an architeetual engineer In the services of the Santa. Fe. Mr. Pike was recently transferred from this city to San Bernardino. "A Road to Love" will be the fea ture picture at-" the Colombo theatre tonight and form the principal at traction of the best programs ever offered at this popular picture show house. 'The Road to Love" Is a drama of unusual merit. A young American engineer Is the principal of a romance in Mexico. There are sev eral very thrilling situations In the story. The annual alumni banquet last night at the Alvarado was a great success. Fifty guests attended and marched into the dining room to the sweet strains of "Alma Mater" played by Miss Mata. Tway. The table was I MALOY'S 2 ,"' Our llerries are shipped to us direct from the patch the same day they are picked. They are ar riving in fine condition. Give them a trial :: A. J. MALOY Phone 72 I J.A.GARDNER I t Hand Tailored Clothe for Gentlemen asmpo Room--Nmv Mmx 100 Clamnlng Work racotKonccco 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 CUCD ITT Central Ave. Jeweler 1 V aL.Ivl 1 1 Albuquerque Stylish Millinery "WE are not advertising any big sales but our goods will bear inspection and our prices comparison with any in the citygive us a call before buying. Miss LUTZ 208 South 2d Street Phone 832 I 319 West Gold Avenue You Will be Surprised i This Fprlng to ses how many fartatl irti tnere are in models of SuiS Sti'l Overcoats. Sn kinks In pockets, cuff, on sleeve and. cut of tha klrts. We'll ' show . von t!.e 'at' t . things in . . Hart Schaffner &' Marx Rest models here; chey-vi produced . some very . stun ning, smart things; we have - something for every man's taste, from the quiet dresser who sticks to conventional Ideas, 'O the swell young chap who will "go the limit" of fash ion. All-wool fabrics in all of Hart, SchaPTner & Marx clothes; and all the othr good points. Suib, $18 to $40 This store Is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. SIMOM STERN the Central A venue Clothier Colburn's Employment (Mice West Central Ave. WANTKT) at once Kdgerman. set ters, lumber graders, two laborers, also good carpenter. Long steady Job; good wages. in the form of a "L"' and was very tastily decorated In the University colors. A sumptuous dinner was served, after which the guests re paired to the Woman's club, where a very pleasant evening was spent. For the month of May we will offer unusual reductions in all styhe of shoes for men and women. Chaplin's, 121 West Central avenue. The speedy arrival of the fire de partment this afternoon about 3:30 o'clock prevented what would no doubt have been a disastrous tire in the John Lee Curio store on West Central avenue. The blaze was evi dently started by a barrel of hot ashes which set fire to the roof of the rear part of the Clark building. The fames were extinguished, how ever, lipforo much aamage had been done. Wright and .his remarkable airship was put on at the Crystal theatre last night to run two nights, and it is without a doubt the most worthy picture from an educational point of view ever offered by an Albuquerque moving picture house. The machine is shown distinctly. Kvery wire and stay, in the wonderful machine was clearly visible to the spectators. The film wan 800 feet long and shows the machine in flight. Manager Robin3 cn. of the Crystal, has established a system of fans which promise a cool bouse all summer long. One largo fan suspended from the ceiling, forms a draft along the ceiling through the building from end to end, and two stand revolving fans placed on tho sides of the theatre keeps the air animated, constantly. SATI HIVWS SI'KX IAL SMjV.. 3 cans Corn . . . 2iic Honey Dew Preserved Blackber ries ISc Honey Dew Preserved Cherries. . 1,1c Libby's Plum Pudding lc 3 pkgs. Kuril Kinks 10c 3 five cent cans of milk 10c 'ftatlin's Roasted Coffee. :'lb pk f0c Hires' extract of Itoot I'eer 20c Pint bottle of Haass Island lrape Juice 30c 6 pkgs Sensation cut PIuk to- baeco 2MC Horse shop tobacco 40c A good, whole grain rice, lb 5c Tapleo. per pkg 8c Vilb of Qoeoanut 15c 2 cans of Cal. Pears 25c Cal. Cherries, per can 20c 3 cans of Owl brand of String lleans 25c .1 cans of Chill Con Came 25c Gallon cans of Pie Fruit 25c Qt cans of P. V. Maple Syrup... 30c 31b can of Hominy 10c If you need a new garden hose, e think we can interest you In iboth grade and price. TIIK .MAZK. i Win. Klekc, PrlrloMr. The Hotel Grange Alfred Itciijmiilii Co's. CorreOC Clothes for Men do not follow ttie aslilons they lead them. i ltenjaiiiln Bros., 218 Wcsf, Central. 118)4 West Silver Avenue. X CatT;-, only, to a nice and respectable class of trade. None other need apply. Consumptives not accom- 2 modated 1 J. A. Wood, Prop. J Choice Onion SetH, 15e Miunl. Add 10c per lb If desired by mail. E. W. I'ee, UO'J-601 Koutli lirst. Plume 16. I will sell at auction Wednesday, May 12th at 1 p. m., the entire fur nishings of a 6-room house, corner 5th and New York streets on the car line, consisting of bed room and par lor suites, carpets, linoleums, kitchen and dining room furnishings, refrig erator and many other articles. Goods In good condition and no siekne J. M. SOLLIE. Auctioneer. o AIUIIVAL. The 20th Century Freezers that are guaranteed to freeze your cream In fifteen seconds, are now in stock at Sollie and Le Breton's store, 117 West Gold avenue. As to the truth of this assertion, we propose to give demonstratfons every Saturday with free ice cream from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Our elHMsy neckwear and licdmaii , Collars are a cool and correct com bination for hot summer days. Benjamin Ilrow., 218 West Central. I o Very low prices on garden hose to ! close out stock. Come In before we I are sold out. I. H. Cox, 706 W. Cen-j tral. 1 tollable shoe polishes In black, tan white or oxblood, 10 to 25c. Shoe laces In linen, mercerized, or silk, 2'4 to 21c at ('. May's shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. Tennia shoes in black and white for men, women and children. Prices run from 60 to $1.50. C. May's Shoe Store, 314 West Central avenue. NOTICE. The public Is hereby notified not to extend credit to my wife on my account, as I will not be responsible for any debts she may incur. WM. H. SHOAT, 606 North Arno street. VWVW If fl Stoves, Ranges, House Furnish- ing Goods, Cutlery and Tools, Iron Pipe, Valves and Fittings T Plumbing, Heating, Tin and Copper Work I Crescent Hardware Co,, 318 W. Central Ave. Phone 315 WW A New Line of Canned Fruits i Sliced Peaches 0 Sliced Apricots : Pears J Yellow Free Peaches Grapes Plcms SKINNER'S j 205 South First Street Trimmed Hats at Half We Mill Iwavo'a large assort inoiit ,,f Trliiuned Hats, ull new stock; most of them having liccii put in Block within the pnt week. A out of nearly one-half si ill prevail on the entire lot. Economy KUgealM an liiKpeellon. Fo First CUm Work and Prompt DeBt-try CALL HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. : Shoes Shoes Shoes J SELLING OUT AT COST Every pair of Shoes on our shelves must be sold within thirty days from May 1st. nothing reserved every pair must go. I NEW SEASONABLE STOCK-No Trash Now is your time to get a pair of shoes cheaper than ever before in this city. . I SIMPIER CLAPK SHOE CO. First; Door North of Postoffice, South Second St. Coal Coke Wood BEST AMERICAN BLOCK OOAIi ALL LENGTHS CEDAR AND PINION WOOD. MILL AND FACTORY WOOD. LUMP, S5.M. NUT, M.U. We'll Please or Bust We will meet any eompttMom ! AZTEC FUEL CO. Phone 25L Office, Corner Granite and First Strong Brothers Mrs. R. B. Patten Lady Auutant You can Clothe Your Family here oa $1.00 PER WEEK Men's & Ladies' Suits a specialty E. MAHARAN tit West Central WHITE WAGONS - TocrxcxxxxxToooaacxxxxxxxxj7 xjocxxxxxcxxoorrxxxioaaao'