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aiMuquEHQUE citizen. TlimiI.V. MAY ST, IW9. YOU NEED A PAIR OF LOW SHOES To make your feet comfortable doting hot weather. Come in and inspect our new models. They are a combination of the new and snappy, fit snug around the an kle and over the instep, and feel easy right from the start. We guarantee good wear, and you will find our prices sur prisingly low. Oxfords for Men, black, tan or wine $1.50 to $4.00 House Slippers for Msn, black or tan $1.50 to $2.50 Oxfords for Women, black or colored $1.65 to $4.00 Tumps and Slippers for Women $1.50 to $3. So Low Shoes for Boys nnd Girls $1.25 to $2.75 f?5 n a Jr m -. 11 . MM mj k T. 2 ... m m Shoe Department the Most Complete Shoe Stock Canvas Shoes Rest Your Feet During the hot spell there Is nothing so comfortable and cool as a canvas oxford. We are showing a nice assortment for women and children. In.- both light and extension soles. WOMEN'S CHILDRENS CANVAS CANVAS OXFORDS f OXFORDS $1.00 to $3.00 75c to $2.00 The inexpensiveness of a canvass shoe Is one of their charms. Thpy are stylish in appearance and fit with every degree of per fection that Insures comfort for every moment worn. Come In and see them while you can have first choice. Can you resist them? Ten hlil ik's free with every ialr PRESCRIPTIONS? The WILLIAMS DRUG Col 11" W. CENTRAL AVE. DCXXXXXXJCCXXXXJCCOCX For First Class Work and Prompt Delivery CALL HUBBS LAUNDRY . CO. WHITE vaoooaoauarxxxxxxxxxxxxxxjc'' E. L. WASHBURV Prss. E. L. Washburn Company I IXCORPORATIO Men's and Boys' Outfitters Modern, American and Stylish! (r efforts in procuring for you lightweight, comfort able v 1 thes for Spring and Summer have been directed to one il: The Stkin-Bi.och Smart Tailor Shops for Mi We believe no clothing man can be rightly entitled to I - ublic's regard unless he makes it his serious business to f; ' out for them what they are too busy to find out for then. . Jves: The real style of the season, the tailoring that is the best, the tone that is the truest. Our style rooms are at your disposal, and you can see fin ished uhat you are buying. Suits for Men $18.00 to $30.00 Panama Hats $5.00 is I of shoos $2.50 ami over. M.IK FHOXT. niOXE 789. VAGONS nam C. O. CUSHMAN, Sea 4 Treas, ".MM WES- . ."17 K ::-yj AH VOl 'Mi ltlt.M T1IKM O. K. IVcnuso Tlicy lnr-rv" Ynir IYhI. Everybody who tries thrm Is will Ins and anxious' to put, their mark of approval on our celebrated brand of pure candles and confections. Their very appearance and exquisite aroma suggest purity and tempt the palate. They are made of pure sugar, and the positive purity of every other In gredient Is guaranteed. Very high qualities but by no means high prices. SCITCTT CANDT CO. Second Door North of P. O. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Should yon fall to receive The EvenLiifC OiUzru, call op the Postal Telegraph Co., telephone No. 86, and your paper will be delivered by special messenger. Try Glorleta beer. Phone 482. Insure In the Occidental Life. Dance tonight at Klks' ball room 5c per dance. tJregory Page was in the city yes terday from Uullup, transacting bus iness. Mr. R. 3. Mnnahan, a well known mining man of Butte, Mont., Is visit ing in the eity for a few days. Kdward tSrunsfeld and H. Welller, representing New York concerns, are In the city calling on the trade. Miss Louise Hull, of St. Louis, Is In the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Wrangle, of North Klglith street. Charles K. Kiinz, a member of the faculty of the New Mexico Military Institute at Koswill. Is in the city visiting relative. Alfred Stephens, of the office force of tho Hahn Coal Co., left on th.; limited toduy for u month In south ern California. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright, of West Homu avenue, left last night for Kansas City, where they will visit for a short time. Mrs. P. A. MePherson and son left last night for Chicago, where they will remain a few weeks visiting rel atives and friends. Mrs. Chas. H. Connor and daughter Keba, will depart Saturday morning for Texas, where they will visit tho parents of Mrs. Connor for a month. John Taylor, a land owner and wool grower of Sunnysl.le, N. M., ; in the city for several days looking over the wool market. Churles K. Hill, u bollerinakcr In the local kIioum, departed last night on No. X for Newton, Kan., accompa nying the body of his wife to her for mer home. Mr. Monte HI lievine, salesman for the wholesale firm of L. 15. Put ney, returned yesterday from a sue censful business trip through Ari zona. Mrs. K. H. Forbes will leave Sat urday for Los Angeles, Cal., where he will visit a hort while before continuing to Ocean Park for the summer. Welvart. millinery, 312 We.t Cen tral, utters some exceptional low prices on her beautiful huts of latest styles, as a clearing sale. Kt member her stock is new. A special train of live, cars will ccme through here on June 3, carry ing about two hundred passengers from the Kadnor College In Illinois, er route to Los Angeles. Will A. Phillpps. one of the post- office clerks, who is spending his va cation at the Octoroon mining camp in Hell canyon, started on the trail of two mountain Hon that were seen Sunday morning, got two shots at r -w , ' ft BIG REMOVAL SALE We are making a big sacrifice sate of Our Entire Line of Hats and after June 1st we will be in our new location, 120 South Fourth Street, just opposite the new Federal Huilding, with a complete and up-to-date line of mid-summer styles. Miss LUTZ ;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. W will give a 10 per cent discount on these goods to reduce stock. The Leading PCD ITT Central Ave. Jeweler L. V L.IV1 1 1 Albuquerque them at long range, but failed to land th gam p. :. He tthintr he will bring them In when he returns. Mr. Phil lipp will nturn to town about June 1st. The limighetrs of the ' American Revolution will hold their regular monthly meeting al the home of Mrs. Ann) liunlns. West Central avenue, Friday afternoon, May 2S. C. T. Pose, who recently nrrlwd from North Carolina, has taken charge or Watch Inspector Kvcrltt'n Jiwelty store at Pelen C. C. M't- hell having returned to Albuquer que. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sehaefer have arrived hire from iartleri City. Kan sas, and expect to locate permanent ly. Mr. Sehaefer was formerly a res ident of this city being employed by the William Farr company. J. W. Finch, a noted mining geo logist, with offices in New York and Denver, arrived last night for a stay of several days on important mining business. , Mr. Finch was formerly state geologist of Colorado. Organizer Schuyler and Col. Kd ward Johnson, a veteran of the Civil war, are busy today arranging for the organization meeting of the Sons of Veterans, to rake place In the Elks' lodge rooms this evening. I.ec Stem, a young man brought to St. Joseph's hospital from the Farr ranch, suffering with a broken leg, Is reported slightly Improved this morning. He was kicked by a horse and his leg broken Just above the ankle. ' J. M. Jaco'oson. of (tallup, is In the city to accompany his wife homo from St. Joseph's sanitarium, where -he has been the past three weeks recuperating from an attack of pneu monia. They will return to Gallup In a few days. While making her way from one room to another in her home at 300 North Broadway, yesterday morning, Mrs. Ft. flrande missed her footing and fell In such u manner that her lift hip was badly fractuied. Mrs tirande is 76 years old. On account of a disabled engine in the power roonm. the Traction company will be forced to suspend service tonight from 9:40 until 1 The needed repairs are slight, but necessary, and traffic will be resum cd tomorrow morning us usual. Rufus C. Jackson, of Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., Is a new resident of Albu querque. Mr. Jackson Is accompanied by his wife and family, and will make his home here, it being hi Intention to build a residence In a few months. He is connected with extensive busi ness Interests and expects to Invest In Albuquerque enterprises. Hoy F. Hall, of (iallup, N. M., ha? entered the practice of law In the city and has opened offices In the Stute National hank building. Mr. Hall is a native of Illinois, but for many years past has been a resident of Texas and New Mexico. Mn. Hall accompunies him here. They re side at 516 Kast Grand avenue. A force of men Is at work on the Iji Luz mine in the Sandla moun tains near Alameda. A shaft In be ing sunk in a gorge three hundred feet deep, the present depth of tho shaft being fifty-one feet. The me dium that is being worked through now Is coarse granite, In which are good indications of gold and copper at a greater depth. The Modern Woodmen of America will hold a short business session in the K. of P. hall, Klkd' building, at 7:30 tonight. A social session will follow and the Woodmen will enter tain their wives and also the mem bers of the Royal U Itfhbors at high five. A'l members i.t totr organiza tions are cordially inviud to the af fair. The Harvey curio rooms service will not attempt to put in a display at the Seattle exposition according to a statement of Hermun Sweltzer today, as the offering of Indian ex hibitions is somewhat out of thei' line. The splendid nhow of Indian Roods under their care at the St. lAuis fair was arranged at the solici tation of New Mexico people. K. W. Orr. assistant superintendent of the local Santa Fe office, has been appointed to the supcrlntend eney at La Junta, Colo., and will be succeeded here by Mr. Ewlng, an old time station man. at present cnlci clerk in the office of General Super intendent Parker. Mr. Orr will have charge of the river division. Mr. Orr and his family went out on No. 10 this morning, and Mr. Ewlng is ex pected to irrive at oi'!e. Dr. Ralph N. Van Sant is planning an extensive auto trip, on which he will have as guents several popular 208 South 2d Street Phone 832 IMALOY'S n -II . . c J uene jprings : j Butter ! X 30c. pound : California and Native Vegetables i Strawberries for preserving. A. J. MALOY X Phone 72 ! J.A.GARDNER i Hand Tailored Clothe for Gentlemen mmpla RoomNew Max. CO Cloanlng Work X 319 West Gold Avenue i a Watch This Space GO for our Semi Annual Piano Bargain Sale Mr. Gash Buyer you Will be Interested oo Learnard & Lindemann young men of the city. The tJur will follow an overland route through Colorado to Denver, thence to Kansas City, continuing to Chicago and ter minating at Peoria, 111., where Dr. Van Sant formerly resided. The journey If attempted will be made in a Chalmers-Detroit car and the party will set out in about a ni-inth. Kdward P. Joyeo and Miss Sarah Clough, of this city, stole a inarch on their friends and Acre married by Justice of the Ia.e David Perea in the court houe jvaierday afternoon. Mr. Joyce has for tome time oeen employed as clerk in tiie Sturges ho tel and the bride Is a popular young lady employed by the Pell telephone Co. After the marriage had L " m? known the newly married couple were flooded with congratulations and good wishes. A horse ridden by tieorge Chav -8 became unmanageable and ran into an automobile driven by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heyn at the corner of Second street and Coal avenue shortly after 6 o'clock last evening. The boy was hurled through the uir. striking the curbing with his head and rendering him unconscious. The boy was takn to St. Joseph's hospital, where a wound on his forehead was dressed. The auto was damaged and the oc cupants had a narrow escape from injury. Mr. Heyn made an effort to avoid the clllsslon but It was Impossible. SIMPIER CLAHK SHOE CO. First Door North of Postoffice, South Second St. 5tSSgrS& Yo;Wni be Cprrlh t99 hr Hi ScktlTntr Ic Mir SI MOM S I . X SCRISNER'S Dancing Academy Elks Ball Room:: i REGULAR DANCES Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday at 8:30 P. M. 5 Cents Per Dance Classes Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8:00 p. m. AKTION. liig auction sale of furniture Sat urday. May 29. in front of Sollie & LeBreton's store at 2 p. m., consisting of beautiful art squares, dressers, steel couches, beds, springs, ranges, base burners, heaters In fact, many things. J. M. SOLLIK, Auctioneer. rtU K.VLK. An oMuhli-licil business. Small in veMiiicnt. Inquire at A. I 'lelsrlicrX It Is not what you pay tor advertis ing but what advertising PAYS YOU. that makes it valuable. Our rates are lowest for equal service. AICTION. Monday. May 31. 1S0!. 2 p. m. sharp, at 420 .South Edith t., com plete furnishings of a six-room housj, consisting of dainty oak and mission pieces, gas range, linens, etc., in fact, everything. J. M. SOL.LJK. Auctioneer. G. A. R. Reunion Alamagordo, N. M. t June 8 9, 1909 I For the above, tickets will be sold to Kl Paso and return at the rate of $10 and to Ken nedy. X. M.. at the rate of 2.i0. Tickets on sale June 6. 7 and 8. 1H09. Return limit, June 11, 1909. T. E. PURD , Agt. 1 i : GOOD MUSIC ; I Our at Cost Sale Stock is still cornpleti and plen ty of good shoes to select from. We have just received a large in voice of Gentlemen's Low Cut Tan Shoes ot the latest design, and they will go at cost. m$wm our or is ed . This Spring to . e. how nany varlatl un ' tiire r in models of Suit n1 Overcoats. NV kh.ks In pockets, cuff on slevet and cut of ths skirts.. We'll show you the atoat things In Hart Schaffner & Marx It models here; fisy- produced some very atun nlng, smart things; wt have i.'neth!ng for every man's taste, from th quiet dresser who sticks tn conventional Ideas, to the swell young chap who will "go the limit" of fash ion. All-wool fabric la All of Hart. Schaffner A Marx clothes; and all the other good points. Suits, $18 to $40 This store Is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. TERN h Centra venue Clothier i . One "f those nice, pleasant li rooms at Note! Tho X'X Weul Silver Avenue. : Will keep you cool and cause you to wear a contented smile all summer. An Ideal home i X for busy people, whether local X or traveling. Try It and be con- vinced. X Consumptives not accommo- dated. ! J. A Wood, Prop. Pre-Inventory Sale MAY 15 TO 30 Navajo Blankets AM) CfHIOS. MIAMYO PILLOW TOPS. Got4 WRIGHT'S TRADING POST Corner Third & Gold PHONE US ABOUT OUR J Everything that can be had on the market will be found in our store. SKINNER'S t 205 South First Street FOR SALE I'ive-riHim modern Iiiim-, rally fur. H-lx-d. 71 feel rroiitagi. on Hfih St. Splendid Kliade. 4 Ilea p If takeu at once. Strong Brothers n KcgMv.srauT. i FRESH fH ! X AND ill! Mrs. R. B. Patten Lady Assistant