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WraXEMAV. jvxv. i. io. Bay a Pair of Oat LOW SHOES YOU can pass through the hot season very comfortably as long as you keep your feet cool. Our dainty Oxfords and Pumps will 'do this most effectively and economically and besides this they wear well and fit perfectly. Men's Canvas Oxfords Men's, Vlel Kid Oxfords Men's Velour Calf Oxfords Men's Patent Colt Oxfords Women's Canvas Oxfords Women's Vlcl Kid Oxfor.ls Women's Patent Kid Oxfords Women's Pumps Oxfords for Boys and Girls . Shoe Department Carries the Best Footwear. 1 Hanan's for Women, 5.00 to 6.00. Varan Shoes are made so skillfully that style and comfort are united made bo well that their graceful shape Is permanent. That they are superior to the average shoes costing anywhere near the price, you can Bee for yourself. These suberb shoes cannot help but ' commnd themselves, of this we are positive. A trial will convince you of their individuality. Once tried always worn. TEX MIINES IIIEK WITH EVKKY Crescent Hardware Co... 318 W. Central Ave. Phone 315 'TTTTttttttttttttttttttllMMMMMMIMMHMl JUNE CLEARANCE SALE gf -And BmnHHHHamHHwnHHM Boys Clothing Shots, Uudei weir, Dry Goods, Ldie Waists, Dress Goods. Underwear io faci every article In the store will be marked down. The Lemonade is free. Cash buyers utiion. 112 N. 2cd St. Win DoldO tor First Class Work and Prompt Delirery t CALL..- HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. WHITE WAGONS J E. L. WASHBUPV Prss. E. L. Washburn Company Imori'ok.vtf.d Men's eni Boys' Outfitters Please You More Every Day ycu have 'em on you Stein-Bloch light weight Spring Clothes. They fit you right - -at the neck, over the flat space below the neck across the shoulders, in front over the b east. They are stylish- a line here, a i :rve the e, an unusual slant to the lapels - -the little points that Stein-BIoch brains thought out and knew how to put there. Two Piece SUITS $11X0 to $25 00 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED .' $1.50 $1.65 to $S.50 $2.60 to $3.50 $3.00 to $4.00 $1.50 to $2.u0 $1.65 to $3.50 $2.60 to $4.00 $2.50 to $3.50 $1.25 to $2.50 wmMf Hanan Footwear Is MOST RELIABLE IWIH SHOES $2.50 AXD OVER. Stoves, Ranges, House Furnish- t ng Goods, Cutlery and Tools, t Iron Pipe, Valves and Fittings $ Plumbing, Heating, Tin and Copper Work J C. O. CUSHMAN, Sec. fc Treas Business Suits $20.00 to $30.00 IT ISN'T AIJj FOAM that you (tot in a glass of our coda. Just enough to give It a fizz and a sparkle. The rest is all kh1 solid soda. You will find one glass enough to quench any thirst. Hut you'll not find one glass enough to satisfy your beverage. If you could drink 'ns much as you wanted to you would never stop. SCHtTTT OAVDT CO. Second Door North of P. O. PERSONAL. PARAGRAPHS Should you fall to receive The Erenlng Citizen, call up the Postal Telegraph Co., telephone No. 8ft, and your paper will be delivered by special messenger. Visit Faywood Hot Springs. Try Glorleta beer. Phone 4 82. Insure In the Occidental Life. Don't fall to read advertisement on page live of the Ideul Shoe Co. Attorney Heneral Frank W. Clan cy returned lat night from .Santa Fo.1 Faywood Hot Springs cures rheu matism. Best hotel accommoda- I tions. C. W. Holman, a merchant of Cabezon, is in the city on a short business trip. W. P. Je(Tri''s, president of a largo Los Angeles printing house, pe:it yesterday here. J. K. Sheridan, territorial mining inspector, accompanied by his daugh ter, arrived yesterday from Silver City. J. F. Huckle, one of the heads of the Harvey system, arrived here yes terday and will spend today In this city. F. B. Schwentker, manager of the Pacific Life Insurance Co., left last night for a short business visit in Silver City. Simon Bibo, of Grants, X. M., and Ben Hibo, of Bibo, N. M., are spend ing a few days In the city, guests at the Sturges' hotel. N. M. Rice, general storekeep'ir for the Santa Fe railroad, with head quarters In Topeka, Kan., is here on a short business trip. The ladies of the Gorman lodge will hold their meeting tomorrow aft ernoon In the Red Men's hall. Alt members are requested to be present. Mrs. John Cuneo, of North Sixth street, received a telegram this morn ing, which brought the sad newa of the death In Denver, Colo., yester day morning of her brother-in-law FOR SALE 300 acres of alfalfa and agricul tural land under 3 large ditches. IB mllea from Albuquerque. Must be sold at once. 7-room brick, modern. nearly new and close In, netting lor near ly half of its vu'.ue. 7-room brick, six lots, '50x142; beautiful lawn, orchard, alfalfa and many other improvements. At a rare bargain. 5-room brick, 8 lot, orchard, ehleken yard, barn, etc., on car line. $3,000. 11,200 down, bal ance at 8 iier cent. Renting and care of property a specialty. 4iOIJ AVKM'K ItUAIVY CO. 117 Went (iold Avenue, r4KW54O4O4KT4O4C0404K)40 ;WHBN YOU BUY CUT GLASS ASK FOR HAWKES, OR LIBBEY We have both makes. Our stock is large. Every piece marked very low in plain figure. We will give a 10 per cent discount on these goods to reduce stock. The Leading PPP TT Central Ave. Jeweler I V L.IY1 1 1 Albuaueraue 00KJ4K304K304K04OK4K34K3 Special Millinery Sale As We Will Positively Remove to our new location in a very few days, we have made a sweeping reduction in all Millinery Goods. In order to give you an idea what this reduction really means we men tion only TRIMMED HATS which have regularly sold for $5 00 to $12.00 we now offer at $3.25 All other goods in proportion. 7WS SALE WILL CONTINUE BUT A FEW DAYS Miss LUTZ Joseph TvjTy.v'i Mr. ;Turrey la well known In this city ami at one tlmo vas a property owner her'1.' The- Woman's -Home and Foreign Missionary society of the Presbyter Ian church will meet with Mrs. W. M. Cgrlne at 22 South Walter next Thursday afternoon at 2:30 p. nv Thomas Ianahy. traveling repre sentative for the 1. II. Putney com pany, reiuvred l;i"t evening from a week's Hut rf tie- northern part of the territory in the interests of his llrm. The Hoyal Neighbor. of America will meet tonight in Odd Fellows' hall at 8 o'clock. All members are requested to be present. Refresh ments will be served. Jessie H. Clif ford, recorder. Mrs. Edwird I.e Breton received a message this morning stating that fire enfly this morning destroyed out ruildingH on the property of W. H. Howard, her father, -at San Marcial. Mr. and Mrs. Howard are in Chi cago. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Williamson, ac companied by their two daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wellman of Conroe, Texas, will leave tonight for Log Angeles anil other const cities, where they will spend several weeks visiting. It's just like hatiUng you a fcunch of money. Our knowledge Is yours for the asking. A reduction of $1. on men's and 60c on ladies' oxfords. All marked n our window. Come and take a look. Chaplin's, 121 West Cen tral avenue. The commencement exercises of the Immaculate Conception school will be held In St. Mary's hall at 8 o'clock this evening. An elaborate program of vocal and instrumental solos and drills him been arranged and the general public Is cordially in vited. The graduation exercises will be held In the Immaculate Coneep Hon church Friday morning. On an average of 21 eara of logs have been received each day this week by the American Lumber com pany and the strike which recently went into effect at Camp 9 In the Zuni mountain region is now evident 1 a thing of the past. The strike re suited when the superintendent re fused to change the menu of the meals served to the employes at the cum p. FOOT BALI TEAM HAS BRIGHT PROSPECT l'nivcrlty Manager Arranges for Gome Willi Arizona and Colo rado Team". Manager Lawrene Lee of the Uni versity of New Mexico football team, has succeeded in completing ar rangements for the game between the University team and the Arizona University team, to be played at j Tucson next Thanksgiving day. Mr. Loe has arranged with the Santa Fe I railroad for a ' kitchen car for this trip. The car 'will contain seventeen j berths and is arranged so that the I players and their friends can dine on I the car. The local aggregation. through their manager, has been guaranteeil ) $650 on the game. Mr. Lee also an nounces that papers will be signed in ithe course of the next few days for 'a game with the University of Colo , rado at Boulder. Colo., w hich, in all j probability will be played November 6th. The Boulder boys have offered jthe local team their option on either a guarantee of 400 or one half of the gate receipts. The Houlder aggregation is reput i d to be one of the best in the wvst and a large number of people will probably witness the game. Manager Lee is also arranging for a number of other games with various well known western college teams and judging from communications receiv ed by him from the captains of eome of the teams, a good football season will result. mtoYM.s ixuxi t;iii.TV. Socorro. N. M.. June 16. J. N. Broyles, ex-bunker of San Marcial, who was tried yesterday afternoon for obtaining money under false pre tenses, was found guilty, the Jury be ing out only twenty-eight minutes. This wa the tirst of several charges again.'t Hroyles to be tried at this term. Itching, bleeding, protruding ,r blind piles yield to Poan's Ointment. Chronic cases soon relieved, finally cured. Druggists all sell It. 04K34K3K34KM04K)4SO4K)4KS4OtK)(i 203 South 2d Street Phone 832 f MALOY'S Club House I Salad Dressing 1 . 3 SIZES X 15c, 35c and 65c. I TRY IT-IT'S FINE Sylmar Olive Oil I 4 SIZES 30c, 60c, $1.00 and $2.00 I The Pure I California Oil I A. J. MALOY 1 Phone 72 44 GREAT SINGERS TO WED IN JUNE OERALDINE FARRA ft. ANTONIO SCOTTI, Although the exact date has not yet been ..made public- friends oft Ueraldine . Fairar, the famous young American diva, say that her wed dirii to Antonio Scotti, grand opera tenor, will occur at the Madeline In Paris during the first week of June. I L' . . 1 V. . . I . . . ... . i : i nan ukl'u ttiieiiiip iu ;viis Farrar for a long time. In fact, their engagement was admitted by the cantatrice over a year ago. Miss Farrar is the 7 -year-old daughter of Sydney Karrar of Mel rose, Mass.. at one time a famous ball player. From the time she made her debut in the Royal opera ' house. Merlin. as Marguerite in Faust, In 1S01, her success has been phcnnomer.nl. Doan's Reguleta cure eonstitpation without griping, nausea. nor any weakening effect. Ask your druggist for them. 1!3 cents per box PROPOSALS FOR DAY SCHOOL MUILDIN'OS. Department of the In terior. Office of Indian Affairs. Wash ing ton, D. C. May SI. 1909. Sealed proposals, plainly marked on the outside of sealed envelope. "Proposals for Day School Buildings. Santa Fe. New Mexico." and addressed to the ComrnlMsioner of Indian Affairs. Washington, 1). C, will be received at the Indian office u.itil 2 o'clock p. m.. June 25, 1909. for furnishing and delivering the necessary ma terials ami labor required to con struct and complete houses, quarters and outhouses at the San Juan and Taos Pueblos, in strict accordance with plans, specifications and instruc tions to bidders, which may be ex amined at this office, the offices of the "Improvement Bulletin." Minne apolis. Minn., the "American Con tractor." Chicago. 111., the "Citizen." Albuquerque, N. M., the "New Mex ican." Santa Fe, N. M.. the Builders' and Traders' Exchanges at Omaha. Neb.. St. Faul and Minneapolis. Minn., the Northwestern Manufacturers' As sociation. St. Paul. Minn., the IT. S. Indian Warehouses at Chicago. 111., St. Louis, Mo Omaha. Neb., New York, N. Y.. and at the Santa Fe school. For further Information ap ply to C. J. Crandall, Superintendent Indian School, Santa Fe, N. M. R. O. VALENTINE. ...rtlng Commissioner. Fur any pain, from top to toe, from uny cause, apply Dr. Thomas' I'eleetric Oil. Pain can't stay where it is used. If a woman Is a sincere admirer of her doctor, she Is always telling that lie "really performed a miracle in llu cure." " iu will not. as a rule, acquire n- h Interesting information from t' - man who is willing to t.ll all he I . ses Isn't the only one who puts i -frills. I The woman who makes her own V -4 &J$F ; You men who put your confidence in us in this matter of clothes "are entitled to know the truth about I what you buy here; have you know it; that we're afraid to Hart Schaffner& Marx clothes are all-wool; and all-wool is the only real, full value in clothes. We have some clothes that are not all-wool; we'll tell you so if you select my of them. We don't ad vise you to buy cotton mixed goods' they're mottly disappointing, and that's bad for us as well as you. We have them here to sell to men who are not yet wise enough to insist on all-Wool. V I We'll try to persuade you to buy Hart Schaff ner & Marx all-wool clothes; they'll cost more because they're worth more. Suits $20.00 to $35.00 i SlfWOiV STERN i: BUY Y0U IIGKtl . FOR AMI CI1Y Kcjxirt Will he Made to liallroud Xinmn.v Tomorrow to Show NimilH-r or t'urs Xeetled. All thos" intending to take the trip to Santa Fe .next Sunday for the Joint purpose of seeing the baseball game and attending the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the St. Michael's college, are urged to pur chase their tickets at once as a re port will be made to the railroad company tomorrow afternoon. Tic kets are still on sale at Matron's sta tionery store, Houston's stationery store and the Benjamin clothing store, while each of the players is supplied with tickets. While many tickets have already been sold, it is expected that many more will be disposed of. The rail Iroacf company will make arrange ments for as many as are reported to them tomorrow afternoon. Should that number be exceeded it will mean a delay until extra cars can be ac quired and attached to the original train. The hoU'ls and restaurants of Kan ta iFe are making all necessary prep arations for feeding the large crowd expected and everyone will be well taken care of. The CJrays are prac ticing daily and expect to come home with the scalps of the Capital City team. I.MIii:ilRl) IX IUXK. Great Falls, Mont., June 16. In a coal mine near here yesterday M'ises Martindale, a miner, uncovered a liz ard about nine feet from the surface and imbedded in the solid rock. There is no conceivable method by Which the lizard could have filtered the cavity, since nature, closed the gap thousands of years ago. When first discoered the reptile was torpid. When brought to light, however, it showed more signs of life. There is no evidence that it has been tiflected Injuriously by its long fast and imprisonment in the solid rock. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR RENT Two front rooms with all improvements, including tele phone. leiitlemen only. Mrs. Con nolly. 4 19 W. Marquette. SALE ON BAStBALL GOODS You all know there is one price on Standard Baseball Goods. No dealer does cut the price on regular goods. We, however, have bought in two Sample Lines of Catchers' Mitta, First Basemen's Mitts, Fielders' Mitts Fielders' (.Moves, Catchers' Masks and Baseball Bats. We are selling the whole lot at one-third le.ss than you can buy them any other time or right where they are manufactured. Thitse goods are as good as new. Many of them you could not tell from new stock, but they are sam ples, and go at sample prices. Of course, none, of these can be dupli cated at our cut price. If you wish to take advantage ,f this ale don't let the other fellow get there first. It's up to you. STRONGS BOOK STORE. Phone 11IH. Next to the Pustoffice. ENGAGE Simon Garcla's horses, rigs, saddles and spring wagons for country trips. Call at my store, 1202 North Arno street. Could Not lie Hotter No one has ever made a salve, oint ment, lotion or balm to compare with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the one perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers, Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, Cold Bores, Chapped Hands, It's su preme. Infallible for Piles. Only !5c. at all druggists. HAMMOCKS Nothing better made in Ham mocks than "The Acme." See our 2 00 Special. STRONG'S IUMK SPOKE Next, to the Postoffice. and we're glad to there s nothing here tell the truth about. Tio Central A venum Cloth I or I ; SCRIBNER'S : : Eftks Ball Room Big Electric Party I SATURDAY, JUNE 19 A Beautiful Sight R?orular Dinrti Tuoclie W 1 ' j .,vjf I hursday and Saturday J 5 Cenls Per Dance GOOD MUSIC PHONE US ABOUT OUR Everything that can be had on the market will be found in our store. SKINNER'S 205 South First Street 4X444X44444H4H4 Hotel Craige llSVi West Silver Avenue. Finest rooms, best location, clean, cool, comfortable. Special summer rates. Come. J. A. WOOD, PROP. Strong Brothers tOfti. H KCONO krsuT Mrs. R. B. Patten Lady Assistant W. L. TRIMBLE A CO. I.IVKItY. K.ll.K AXD TKANSFEK STAHU3S. Horses and Mules Bought and Ex changed. ! IIKST Tl'HN-Ol'TS IN THE CITT. Second Street between Central and Copper Ave. i Hum FRESH ITS AND IllIS A.