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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 24 December 1907

ALBDQTORQUE EVENING CITIZKS. TIEKDAV. DECKMREK 24, 1907. HAiE fiYlfc. Toys, Dolls, Engines, Lanterns, Gams, Games, Juvenile and Humorous Books, See our $1 Painting Play Book at 35c Moving Teddy Bear Books at 25 cents Telephone 1104 Bill Nye's Comic Histories, Peck Bad Boy Series and many others Bibles, Catholic and Protestant Prayer Books, Calendars, Pictures, Leather Goods, China, Brie a-Brac, Toilet Sets; in fact, a Full Santa Claus Outfit. Next Door to Postoffice Panic ?j WMMCmiUJIPT II I i i ihiii i mm iiiw i win !! . 1 1 QKomKommmx3m)momoma ooooooooc)oooo 1 E 'ga : ' j Buyers . il i" v'TT- " -jrurtfM. But no one need suffer as long as he can get Our Famous Bread and Cakes NONE BETTER ALL TOILET SETS AND MANICURE SETS AT NET COST FRENCH BAKERY 2I2 E. Central, Phone 597 OCXXXXXttOOOOOCOUOOOUOUGOOO Christmas Dinner Top Notch of the Year i 35 CENTS Columbus Hotel OCXXXXXXXIOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXJ HENRY'S : Cleaning.and Pressing Works The most up-to-date cleaning and pressing parlors in ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 24 December 1907

TTESDAY, DHCEMRER SI. 107, BANKS HURT I Clews Says the Stock Market Panic Cannot Obliterate Farmers' Profits. Cv'ew York. Dec. 24. The only way to meet the present situation Is to at once recognise changes in fun damental conditions which have taken place during the cloning year. We have descended with unpleasant violence from an. abnormally high level to an exceedingly low level, and the succeeding process of read justment Is painful but Imperative. The more promptly it Is recognized and the more promptly arrange ments are made lo go ahead on the pew basis, the quicker will be real recovery. While there are silil many unsettling element In the ituation. It is satisfactory to ob serve some compensalons, which may be too easily lost sight of In the prevailing gloom. It must not le forgotten that our farmers are In strong financial condition, the happy result of a series of very profitable harvests. This season Is sure to be a good one for all en gaped in agriculture! pursuits. No uch...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 24 December 1907

ALBUQUEKQUE EVENING CIYIZKN. hkmv, December n. iw)7. PAGE SEVEX 1 cxxxx3cxxxxxxx)ocxx)cxxxx)oo Christmas Day Services The Christmas exercises at, 4he Immaculate Conception church will be held tonight and will consist In the main ol music, which will be rendered by a strohn orchestra, a full choir of thirty-two volcea and ten or twelve alcoytes. The altar will be decorated with flowers, can dles and electric light. Solemn high man will be celebrated and the en tire congregation will receive com munion. Father Mandalarl will be assisted by several other priests. The musical program will be as follows: Preulde ."Cujaa Anlman" from O. Rossini's "Staibat Mater"', ar ranged by The Moses, violin, clarinet, cornet and Organ. Chorus 'We Have Seen His Star Simpler Choir. "Kyrie" "Hayden's Sixeenth Mass", soprano solo and chorus Glorld "Hayden's Third Mass" Alto and bass eolos. and chorus. Credo "Mozart's Seventh Mass" Choir. Kl Inearnatus Et" Quartette Offertory "Adeste Fedeles" .... Choir. S...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 24 December 1907

TCKSDAY, DECKMIiKn 21, iM7. r tace riGnT. 'ALBUQTJERQUE EVENINc CITIZEN. 1 , 314 WEST KA1LRUAPAYLJ'. For Chri&tma There are aps in your Christmas List You can easily call to mind several people whom you want to remember, but don't quite know how or with what, Tnat's the problem. Here th oiutton. SANTA FE PEOPLE WED INALBUQUERQUE Miss Mahlp Conway. lstr of Prof. John M. Conway, miperlntend fni of the public school of Santa Fe and William D. Arrljrhl, connect ed with the Santa Fe Vent and Sup ply company. one of the leading but cher firms of the Cnpltnl City, were mmi-led In this city last niRht by John R. Craig, Justice of the peace. Mi KliKabeth t'onwoy, a elater of the bride, and Frank J. Wilson, of the Itlanchard Meat and Supply Co., of thia city were the, only wltnaws to the ceremony. Mr. Aright waa an employe or tne Blanhcard Meat and Supply com pany In thla city two years 8RO, and haa many mends In Aiounuerque. Ml.t Conway la well and favorably known In (Santa Fe, taking an...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 25 December 1907

ALBUQUEIMJE CfflMT TRAIN ARRIVALS No. i 9. 15 p. m. No 4 5. 50 p. m. No. 7 10.45 P No. 8 7. lo p. m. No. 9 t. 3 S a. m. WEATHER FORECAST Denver. Colo., Dec. ;24Wilr laJ warmer tonight and Wednesday. WE GET THE ..NEWS FIRST", VOLUME 22. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 25. 1907. NUMBER ZOO iSSV Lk?5ITvr - MILITARY INSTITUTE IS CREDIT TO SCHOOL SYSTEM : Cadets Drill Like Regular Sol- dlers and Must Be Profi cient In Their Studies as at West Point. DRESS PARADE PLEASED ' GOVERNOR CURRY GREATLY Told Boys When They Wanted to Enter Army Service ot Country He Would Aid Them In Every Way-Llttle Chaps Handle Big Guns With Ease. One of the best Institutions In tlie country and one of which New Mex ico has more than ordinary cause to be proud, Is the New Mexico Military Institute located near Roswell, where a battallion of young men are now undergoing a. training which should make them fitted for an oc cupation in life. On his trip to th6 Pecos valley. Governor Curry, w-hos...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 25 December 1907

ALBUQUERQUE EVENING OITIZE. TfttKIViY. DIX-EMIIFR 21, J007. COL A1NSW0RTH LOSES BEST SUIT w 5) tt iet ma 1X1 ON SMALL INVESTMENTS AND WITHOUT REQUIRING ANY PERSONAL ATTENTION, M la" - ' A Valuable Prize Dog Also Destroy eel by Fire at .eligman. Friday morninff the house occtt' pied by M. C. JoJly and (Jul Nail In FIIjrman caught on fire and wm Jburned la the ground with Its en tire contents. Including Mr. Jolly"! prise dog "Dick," three revolvers two shoUruns. a rifle and a suit case containing Judge. Q. A. Alns worth's be. suit of clothe, besides roany valuable articles of furniture In the building, pay the Prescott Journal Miner. Tho cause of the fire is unknown. The fire appears to have started from a defective flue. The lose Is estimated at 11, S00. It was not learned whether there was any - Insurance on the building. The place caught on fire after the occupants of the building left for their daily employment, aDoui 9 o'clock In the morning. When the alarm sounded the volunteer ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 25 December 1907

TUESDAT, DRCEWBEn SI. 10T. ALBUQUERQUE EYEOTNO U1T1ZKTJ. HE DID SERVICE WITH KIT CARSON Captain Smith A. Simpson. Oldest of Living Indian Scouts of New Alexlco. of the surviving scouts and In dian fighters few are more widely renouned than Captain Smith A. Simpson, of Cimarron, the. friend and associate of Kit Carson and Aloys Scheurlch. Cant. Simpson was born in New York City In 1833 and came over to New Mexico In IS 6 2, when 29 years of age and settled in Taos county when that county em braced what is now Colfax coun'y and very much more. He served through the Ute and Apache war, spent a year as government express rider, went to old Mexico and mixed up in many revolutions, and then returned to the United States to fight the Apaches. As captain in the American army, he was the main agent In the taming of the Apaches in Arizona where he came In close -contact with King WoLsey of Pre cott, an unsung hero of the border who did more than any other. Indi vidual to prevent theentire ext...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 25 December 1907

ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN, THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME? There ara about as many conceptions as to what constitutes a "good Chinaware, Rugs, Draper ies and Furniture Christmas Favors In fine, substantial furniture are al ways pleasing and always welcome. From our elegant stock you can se lect any piece or pieces needful for any part of the house, whether an entire suit or any one piece. We carry none but furniture of the best and most superior make, and we guarantee every bit of it. time" as there are Individuals, but there Is one place In New Mexico, not very far from Albuquerque, where 99 out of every 100 people find what they are looking for. That place Is the Valley Ranch, at Pecos, New Mexico. Fresh country produce in abundance, horses to ride or. drive, dogs. guns, traps, tackle, all at your dl:poaal. The finest hunting and fishing In the territory. Tou can live In a h...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 25 December 1907

MJtUQtTJCRQUE EVENING CmZZH VKIX KHIAV. 11X1. t5r 1907 PAftK FiVfc. Panic? But no one need suffer as long as be can get Our Famous Bread and Cakes NONE BtTTER FRENCH BAKERY 212 E. Central, Phone 597 OCXX)OCXXXXXXXXXCXXX)OCXXXX)0 Christmas Dinner Top Notch of the Year 35 CENTS Columbus Hotel CICOXXXJOCXXOXIOOOCXXXXXXXX) HENRY'S Cleaning and Pressing Works The most up-to-date cleaning and pressing parlors in the city. J. A. Gardner, Prop, 109-11 West Silver Ave. OTOTOOOOOOOOOOCX300COXOC)00 Board and Room $16.00 Per Month and Up or by the Week, Day or Meal. MRS.M.E.NORRIS I (0 East Coal Avenue WHAT SANTA CLAUS BROUGHT HOPEWELL Six Albuquerque Merchants Add $500 Each to Con gress Fund. Col. W.. 6. Hope well,; chairman of the board or control of the Irrigation congress, hung up his sock before retiring last night ' expecting that Santa Claus had some handsome - gift for the big national Irrigation con Kress. And fianta did. mix of the leading merchants of Albuquerque assured col. Hopewel...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 25 December 1907

ALBUQUERQITE EVENING CITIZEN. TI'EsnAV, 1EE.MHKH a I. I907. CHICAGO WHEAT PIT IN WILD FRENZY AGAIN hlcago. Iec. 26. J. Brandt Walker, prodigal plunger, who re rontljr captured his own $8,000,000 fatted calf in the Wall street stock market and was chlded by his fath er when he brought his fortune hrme, l plunging again. This time h is & central figure Jn the wild wheat market In Chicago. "I.urky Jim" Patten is wild to have chawd the fatted calf over Into a corner and hewed off large. Juicy steak. According to board of trade reports Walker has been "stung" for nmout 2.000.000 buxhela. Although ho has not previously figured in wheat to any extent, Walker I a. "bear." Reports are that he sold Abort, and when Patten and other began to manipulate the market until wheat went up around $1.05. hla brokers bought in his line. "I believe that prices are going up to 3 1.25," Pa; ten says. 'Thla Is chiefly due to the decrease in th visible supply." At present the world's stock of wheat, aflo...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 25 December 1907

1 i 'ALBUQUEItQtr EVENING CITIZEN. IVKfiDAV, DECEM BER it, 1907. P4GE 6EVE2T. t APACHE KID'S" SKULL IN YALE Chicago Story of the Killing of One of New Mexico's Worst Outlaws. Chicago, 111., Dec. 25. (Dramatic stories of the death of "Apache Kid," the most notorious outlaw In the southwest, a murderer thirty times over, horse thief, raider snd the terror of Arixona and New Mexico for the last twenty years, who had a government .price of 19.000 on his head, are told by Chi ca (roans. Though "Apache Kid" was killed September. 1908, having been shot In a last-stand fight In the foothills of Sierra Madre mountains, his fate was kept secret until today. The bullet which ended his life was tired by one of the .party of Chlcago an. For legal reasons the men who shot down the desperado never claimed the rewards. The skull of the outlaw will be presented by them to "Skull and Bones" society of Tale university. Bach summer a number of board of trade men spend their vacation on a ranch In Sierr...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 25 December 1907

ALBUQUERQUE EVENINQ'' CITIZEN. r TAGE EtOHT. WF.I.rDAV, IKU. 25, 190T RAILROADAYE.y w There are taps in your Christmas List You can easily call to mind several people whom you want to remember, but don't quite know how or with what. Teat's the problem. Horo la the solution. WIND SWEPT TRAIN FROM TRACK (hie IVtn IIim t'Vnm Injuria ViltUt IMImts lUwlly Hurt, Bay a Pair of oar Shoes or Slippers As longjasthey are worn your friend will think of you and yo'r kindness. Isn't this a great advantage over all ordinary useless presents. Men's Hkhh, from $3.00 to $5.00 Men's Slippers, from $1.50 to $3.00 Women's Miorw, from $1.75 to $5.00 Women's llone flippers, frr.m $1.10 to $2.00 Womrn'l Press Slippers, fr.n $3.00 to $4.00 Children's Shoe, from $1.00 to $2.50 Children's Felt Slippers, from 75 to $1.00 ilxmipnont. Coin., Dep. 25. J. O. (Jarreit, who died at Boulder Inst night of Injurle received In ths Mnrahnll wreck j-esterdny, was an Wik of this city. He was 40 years old. J. C. Garrett was...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 26 December 1907

AlbuqueM TRAIN ARRIVALS No. l ?-45 P- m No 4 5-50 p. m. No. 710.45 p. m. No. 8 6.40 p. m. No. 9 11.5s P-m. TIZEN WEATHER FORECAST renyer. Colo., Dec. , 26. Fair mil warmer tonight ar.d WE GET THE NEWS FIRST" ALBUCJUEUQUK. NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY EVENING. DEOKMUEK 2G. 1907. NUMBER tflO VOLUME 22. EE A: I. V i) t f it SAN ERAHC1SCQ HAS S2(ftrsDAYLIGHT n X One Entire Block Irf .ctory District Goes Up In Smoke. With Valuable Mer chandise BUILDINGS MOSTLY TEMPORARY STRUCTURES Quick Work of Fire Department Prevents Repetition of Confla gration Attending Earth quakeOrigin Not Known iSan Francisco, Dec. 26. A Are to day destroyed nearly the entire block bounded by Mission, Jessie, Forst and Second "Strets. Several factories and store were ' burned. Incurring a loss that will amount to more than S200.OU0. (Most of the building destroyed were only temporary structures, so the loss was principally In stock car ried by the firms. The Revere Rub ber company suffered heavily. The factory of Mangum &...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 26 December 1907

&LBTJQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAC3 rvt. 'niritso.w. iix se. 1007: S I AN OPEN LETTER From Col. R. E. Twitchell "East Las Vegas, N. M. , Dec. 18, 1907. K. B. Sellers, ADA M 3 WHOLE They Always Tell Him Their Troubles This Red Had Ideas Phoenix, Pee. 2. The Indians In the central part of Arizona seem to think that Deputy Sheriff Jell Adams is the president of the Unit" ed states having the power of life nd d.ath over aU his subject. Whenever anything happens In nihlch an Indian Is concerned he comes to see Mr. Adams about It or writes to him. Those who have not the pleasure of his acquaintance go to those who have and procure tes timonials directed to him. Jim Kate, an Indian, a few days ago brought a wildcat skin to town and In order to provide against a contingency that the supervisors might not pay him for It he procur d from his friend Charles Dickens another resident of the reservation, a letter to Mr. Adams In relation to the pelt and all the circums-.ances surrounding the d...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 26 December 1907

TmJRKDAY, TVX S, 1M7. WHAT DROVE TO 5 PER CENT SAVEB. AM HOUSTON , , j::zziz3Izizzzzi i i io ps Told By Friend of the Family A Love Affair Was the Cause. AuHtln. Tex:is, Dec !. The itiyii tery of that chapter In Gen. Bam Houston's life which caused him to suddenly resign as governor of the state of Tenessce and go Into the wilds of the west, where he joined the Cherokee Indians, leaving: behind a bride of three months, has been n ever fruitful subject of discussion among the people who are familiar with the life of that strange man. who did so much In later years to win for Texas her Independence. That there was a romance behind bis mysterious withdrawal from civi lization Is well known, and many have been the surmises as to the de tail:". Thomas Boyers, an aped resi dent of Gallatin, Tenn., who was a friend of both Houston and his bride, has Just thrown light on the ro mance. In an Interview today he said: "In the life of the celebrated Sam Houston, which Is as romantic as any In t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 26 December 1907

&LBTJQUEHQUE SVKNLNQ DTTIZEU. FAUB FOUH. TlirnsOAY, DKO. t, i99T. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME? There are about as many conceptions as to what constitutes a "good time" as there are Individuals, but there Is one place In New Mexico, not very far from Albuquerque, where 99 out of every 100 people find what they are looking for. That place Is the Valley Ranch, at Pecos, New Mexico. Fresh country produce In abundance, horses to tide or drive, dogs, guns, traps, tackle, all at your disposal. The finest hunting and fishing In the territory. You can live In a house, & cabin or a tent, and come and go as you please. Tou'll find plenty of company there, agreeable and refined. If you are sociably Inclined, a favorite resort for ladies. Conditions Ideal for re cuperating, reading, hunting or loafing. Tou CAN'T SPEND MORE THAN NINE DOLLARS A WEEK ANT WAT TOU FIX IT. Inquire at Th...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 26 December 1907

ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CI7IZE2L PAGE FIV. THURMAV. IKX1 2. 10T. Panic? But no one need suffer as long as be can get Our Famous Bread and Cakes NONE BETTER FRENCH BAKERY 212 E. Centra!, Phone 597 rXXXJCXXIOCXXXXXXXJOOOOCXXXXW Christmas Dinner Top Notch of the Year 35 CENTS Columbus Hotel CXXXXKXWXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXj HENRY'S Cleaning and Pressing Work. V; The most up-to-date cleaning and pressing parlors in the city. J. A. Gardner, Prop, 109-I t West Silver Ave. Board and Room $16.00 Per Month and Up or by the Week; Day ,. f or Meal. Hi GIVE CHRISTMAS CANTATA Show Splendid Training and Some Talent (or Singing and Acting , RUTHLESS MURDER OF DEER SHOULD 8E STOPPED Indians Kill Animals by Hun dreds Merely for Their Hides MRS JMLE. NORRIS 1 10 East Coal Avenue TO BROKE $60 GLASS STEAL CHEAP JEWELRY A darlnjr burglar thrw a stone through one of the plate glass win dows of the store of K. Koury, 107 Mouth First street, about . 1 o'clock this mornlns; and reaching through the opening in the glas...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 26 December 1907

ALHUQUERQITE EVEJTTTTO tTri.KW TIU'IIKIAY. I)Kt 28. 1907. 1CH FOREIGN 5 OSSSSl Investments During the First Year of (Monetary Reform Were $86,500,000. C'Uy of Mexico, Dec. 26. The de partment of Fomento of the Mexi can government has Issued a bullet in nhowlnir thnt during- the first year of Mexico's monetary reform, by which the country was placed on a (tmlft basis, approximately 286, 600.000 was Invented here by the United States, France, England and Germany. The Investments were as follows: In banks (57,000.000; mortgages, $2,000,000; Industries, tit, 000. 000; mines $7,500,000; real estate, $3,500, 000; railroads $6,000,000. By far the greater part of the $86,600,000 came from the United States. This heavy investment was during the fiscal year 19O'R-06, and It Is eti mnted that during 1906-7 nearly double the Investment of foreign capital was made as Is shown for the first year. Country 1.4 Prosperon. "The volubility of such an am ount of capital should be attributed to the pros...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 26 December 1907

PAGE SEVKX. J THMISDAY, Dm 2, 107. ALBUQUERQUE AETENINQ CrtlZESt. CATTLE RECEIPTS LIGHT; MARKET STEADY Price of Sheep Declines. Re gardless of Small Supply. Kansas City, Dec. 2. Total cat tie supplies were light lajrt week, al though a. fair representation of Colo rado, New Mexico and Panhandle offerings were included. The mar ket held steady on steer, beef grade from the rnnare country selling at 13. RO to $4.85, but cows and heifers Buffered a Ions of 25 to 85 cents. Top 'olorado cows sold at 13. SO to 4.t medium era dp cows $2.50 to $3.25, heavy calves 25 to 50 cents lower for the week at J3.Z5 to .uu, range bulls $2.25 to $2.75. tockers $3,000 to $3.90, feeders from Colorado $3.65 to $4.20. Stockers and feeders sold lower uo to Thursday last week, but many buyers appeared late In the week, and everything was cleaned up with closing prices showing little loss. The run today Is only 2500 here, and email at all points, as usual during the holiday week, but nobody expected quite suc...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 26 December 1907

r PAGE ETGIIT. 'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. 'iucksd.w, mxt j, im. Holiday Goods I III u -CXSBESXI v f 314 WEST RA1LP0ADAYE. rl For CmriiSTm-AiS There are gaps in your Christmas List You can easily call to mind several people whom you want to remember, but don't quite know how or with what, Tnat's the problem. Nero Im the solution. 13 i Bay a Pair of our Shoes or Sappers As longjasthey are worn your fri'4d will think of you and ycr kindness. Isn't thi. A great advantage over all ordinary useless presents. Men's 8hoea, from S2.00 to $5.00 Men's Slippers, from 91.50 to $2.00 Women's Shorn, from t 91.75 to $5.00 Women's House Slippers, from $1.10 to 93.00 Women's Press Slippers, from M.OO to $4.00 Children's Khoca, from $1.00 to $3.50 Clilldren's Felt Slippers, from 75 to $1.00 BSBIBMaBHaHtWaMHH 000X0003000000000 MISS LUTZ 208 Soatb Soeoad CKXOOOOOOOCXXXXiOOOOOOOaXOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXX ALL HATS AT H PRICE UNTIL XM AS ! EVER THE DIAMOND PALACE Railroad Avenue Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Cut...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
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