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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 11 November 1907

JIONDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1K)T. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEU. PAGE FIVE. J E TTTITTXXXTXTXTXTItlTTTTTI CLUB HOUSE GOODS WILL P! SUIT : Club House Goods will N R suit yon exactly. Yon will find them the best H yoxs ever used. Club h H House customers never 3 change. SPECIAL a Fresh Dairy Butter twice week n 4 from Matthew't icney farm. 3 o i 3 A. J. MALOYf 274 Central Avenue xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx HOME-MADE PICCALILLI and TOMATO SOY with your meals at the Columbus Motel French Bread and Gakes ARE GETTING FAMOUS That's the Kind Your Mother Was Trying to Make Edwards & Nickel 202 East Central Sips and Decorations Work well done no delay At prices you can surely pay. State your plan and he will fit It And you'll be glad that "STACY DID IT 1 Phone 741. 325 South 2nd St. 00Cs0000CsCO0CO Bakery The Home Restaurant 207 West Gold Avenue Large, Well Lighted Room Prompt, Courteous Service Muiic While You Eat Patronized by the Best People Number One Meals $25.00 - - Per Month $6. 50 - - Per ...

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. — 11 November 1907

PACK SIX. M,BUQUERQOT3 EVEJHKfl CTT17.K.N moxd.vv, xoviiMnnn 11, iot SCENE HE MID BUY 10 CARS OF PiNONS New York Syndicate Agent wants New Mexico's Fav orlte Delicacy. East Las Ve&as, N. M., Nov. 11. (SMH'bu.) New Mexico is to be awakened to the fact that It has within Its borders a product of un dreamed commercial possibilities. The plnon has been not only the lesrt and luxury of the natives for many year., and at times their only food supply, -but it has been enjoyed by countless tourists as they have wandered over the mesa and walk through the Indian villages. Hut it has been left to a company of New York commission men to take up the matter of exploiting the llltte nut and introducing it to the plcurean east as a delicacy which they have long been denied. !H. Goldstlne. of 102 Melrose ftreet Brooklyn, is Interviewing the whole sale men of this city and of other towns in the territory looking to ward the purchase of, not pounds, but carload lots of New Mexico's In digenous nu...

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. — 11 November 1907

MONDAY. NOVEMBER If, 100T. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CIYIZEH. PAGE SKV3L THE KEW CRYSTAL THEATRE D. H. CCRDIER. Manager. 112 W, Gold Avenue ALBUQUERQUE'S PERMANENT HOME OF MODERN CONTINUOUS YAUDEYILLE I'or Jjulle, (ienth'meii niul ChlUlflcn Every afternoon at 8. Every even s'" liiit nt 8 mill :l.V IjidieV Souvenir M Matinee Tuelay nl Friday after niMMiH. Children's Toy Matltieo Saturday. Change of Mil every Monday and Tliiimdny. ELKS' OPERA HOUSE MONDAY j ovember 11 1EO. M. COHAN'S reat Musical Play Little hnny Jones PEOPLE 80 ' o Carloads of Scenery Most Fascinating Music Ever Written Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75 No Breaking-in ? needed f with the foot" ' The flexible sole Red Cross Shoe is comfortable from he start. The burning and aching Cruised by stiff soles .nd the pvils of thin soles aie pre sented by the Red Cr ss. It enables a woman to be on her Feet for hours at a time with ;omfort. A stylish shoe that's absolutely comfortable ft. St, Rid Om Pauml Cell Blutkwt S4.00 )xfords, I...

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. — 11 November 1907

'ALBUQUERQUE E1ENTNQ CITIZEN. PAGK EIGHT. MONDAY. NOVEMBER It. HH7. H - U CS31 strTTX 11 TUfmS&isE RAILROADAYE REGAL SHOES ;For Men. No other shoes at anywhere near the Regal price are so thoroughly well made, comfortable, perfect fitting, stylish and generally satisfactory as Regals In fact, few shoes at any price possess in an equal degree all of the merits of "THE SHOE THAT PROVES." That's why Regal wearers are satisfied wearers that's why you'll never know what all around shoe satisfaction is until you wear Regals. See our line of fall and winter models and let us try on your style and size. Shoe, Lace or Dulton - - - $3.50 to $4 00 High Top Outing Shoes, black or tan - $5.00 Nothing But LATEST STYLES MISS LUTZ 208 South Steoad ioooooooocoooooooooo DENNETT'S CURIO STORE 109 North Flrat St. All Kinds at Indian and Mexican Goods. Tba Chaapast Plata ta bar Kara Jo Blaakala and Moxlean Drawn Work Mali Ordora Cmrotullr and Promptly rillod. mini v THE v DIAMOND PALACE Railroad Ave...

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. — 12 November 1907

J TRAIN ARRIVALS No. i 7.4' p. m. Albuqueeque C nnir ZEN WEATHER FORECAST flow, Colo., Kor. 1 2. Fair Icnfg&l; Wednesday fair and warmer. xmo. 4 c v. m. 7- lV V m. No. 8-6.VV. No. 9 11.4V WJ GET THB rEWS FIRST" VOLUME 22 filOVEMENT OF GVul FROM EUROPE ITI $56,000,000 In Coin Engaged to Date by Banks of This Country From London. STOCK BROKERS ARE AGAIN BUSY Orders For Solid Industrial Shares From All Sources-Chicago F1-, nanclers Pleased With Prospects For Prosperity. .New York, Nov. 12. The move ment of sold from the vaults of European banks to the United States, which hasb'een in progress for sev eral weeks, still continues. The total which passed the flfty-flve million mark yesterday, was Increased today when the Illinois Trust and Savings Hank of Chicago completed negotia tions ror tne Importation of a million aoimrs, ormging tne total to date up 10 f tt,uuo,ooo. Broker Very liuny. The brokerage houses, which make a specialty of dealing in small lots of standard Industrial an...

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. — 12 November 1907

Tli:sl).V, NOVK-MBKU 12. 1907. PfJF TWO. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. 1 RAILROAD DEPARTMEHT TRACK LAID ON LINE TO RIO PiJERCO Mixed Passenger and Freight Service Now Operated on New Ralls. both the roails nnd the people. Cer tainly niHi In the country which I. ....... l,r.t 1t nffnlrm hnnptlv need fear the Inauguration of such a Louis. plnn a Is proposeil hy the president PERSONAL PnrarapHs cboocxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxj Chan. W. FairchlUi. of Fanta Fe, 1 In the city on business. Judge J. H. JIcFIa has gone to Altec to hold court. w A Rlnlr has returned to his home at Itaton from a visn m Attorney A. n. Tlenehan. of Santa but even honest roads are sorioumy Fe. was an AlDUtjuerquo j- n.ennce.1 hy spasms of leirlslntlon I teiday which have been no numerous of lute In various mates. Alex Wersonlck has returned to Katon from a trip to PutDio anu "The trouble Is that people graw otner points." clte.l over the rfve,a.:ni or some ... . H ,, nf tsantft Fe, nave neen . - -- z,r -,.,.,. . h Has ...

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. — 12 November 1907

DtLBUQUEHQUE EVEJTCNQ CITIZEN. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 107. PA OH THRRR. ass WHERE TEACHER HAS TO USE TO SO PER G AVED O EOT NERVE Backwoods Districts of Indian Territory Are Fiercest on Earth. Mufkopee, I. T.. Nov. 12. Is it more than the luw should permit to allow a well bred, well educated girl to teach school In the rushed auc tions of Indian territory, where she has to live In a house with two rooms occupied by a large family and teach children, half of whom are Indians and cannot understand Eng lish until she teaches them? For pure grit the girls who have come from Missouri and Kansas to Indian territory and taken positions aa teachers of some of the day schools for the government, have given striking example. lit Is the policy of the government to extend Its educational system In to the back woods sections as much as possible. This means that schools are sometimes thirty miles from a Tallroad and In a section where there has been practically no development. Half of the people I...

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. — 12 November 1907

ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. Tl i:-IV. OVFl!KU 12, 190T. LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME? There are about as many conceptions as to what constitutes a "good THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company ot Albuquerque, New Mexico. ARGA time" as there are Individuals, but there is one place In isew Mexico, noi 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, ivew Mexico. Fresh country produce In abundance, horses to rldo or drive, aogs, guns, traps, tackle, all at your disposal. The finest hunting and fishing in N mmy- i . i- ....... ' , ' ' """" """"' ' ' ' " 1 1 ' - W. S. STRICKLER WILLIAM F. BROGAN PRESIDENT MANAGING EDITOR he territory. You can live In a house, a cabin or a tent, and come ana go as you please. You'll find plenty of company there, agreeable and refined, lr you are I N sociably Inclined, a favorite resort for ladles. Conditions Ideal ror re cuperating...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 12 November 1907

TVESOAY, NUVKMnK.ll 12, 1907. ALBtTQ UKR Q OE EVENING CITIZKHL pack iron. 1 TTXTXXTXXXXXIXXXXXXXXXXXTX K E 0 H CLUB HOdSE GOODS WILL BSUIT : H Club House Goods will K H suit yo exactly. Yoa E Z will find them the best G h you ever used. Club S House customers never B change. HOLIDAY GOODS Keep Watch of Our Seven Show Window Keeping step with the most progressive lmir Honso of the Country, ve nre carrying complete line of cmhIs suitable for Holiday. Wedding, and AnnlYcrsnry Girts. Ilrilllnnt Cut Glnvs Italnty ITnnil Painted Clilnn, Ulcli I,etlicr Goods, Dainty ivr funics In Cut Glnss HottJos, Toilet Sots. Slutting Sots, Toilet Wnters, llrnslios, Mirrors find Toilet Articles In single pieces or nets. Handl ing these goods In large quantities we are able to meet any com petition. N. B. Our Prescription and Drrnt Departments always In charge of export registered plmrmnclsts. SPECIAL H Frtth Dairy Butter twice a week C from Matthew' jeney farm. h 214 central Avenue A. J. MALOY E M xxxiri...

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. — 12 November 1907

PAGK SIX. ALBUQUFROfTR KVF.fTmo .'ITJZKW. TVKRDAY, NOVEMnKIt 18, iftdt. IE IS THE FAST GOLD IS THEIR irrra amttje means AND rNSCIlPASSKD FACILITIES GROWING CITY OF SOUTHWEST ONLY GOO" SAYS HE BANK OF COMMERCE of ALBUQUERQUE. N.'M. There Will be 30.000 People Residing Here Before 1910. Geographic Location Is Perfect and Climatic Conditions Cannot be Excelled Anywhere on Earth-Railroad Ad vantages Include Transcontinental Train Service. Big Shops Employing Hundreds of Men ;and General Offices and Other Institutions of Santa Fe. With Prospects of Another Road to the East-Great Manufacturing Industries, Including Wool Mill. Wool Scouring Plants. Ice Plants and Breweries. Foundry. Gaa and Electric Plant Are Features of Industrial Life-Commercial. Social and School Advantages Are Unexcelled, and City Is Amply Provided With Churches. ! - .-' r- id' - w . .1. v V tft;l"&mT. - !Jlil!.li j PI ! linn v; ... ' .. . i. , ' ... Huninjj Castle, picturesque residence of Mrs. Franz Huninp, locat...

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. — 12 November 1907

Tt'ESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1(M)7. ALBUQUEltQUE EVENING CIYIZEK. PACK RKTE. BETTER FEELING Eras in COUNTRY Henry Clews Says Better Times and Cheaper Com modities Are In Sight. New York, Nov. 12. A much bet ter feeling exists In New York owing very largely to two circumstances; flrot, the engagement of over 1S, 000,000 of gold, and second, the sav ing of two big trust companies from sunpenslon. Other factors also tond ed to give relief, such as the clear headed control of the situation exer cised by strong financial leader?, and the timely asHlftance rendered by the government at Washington. In consequence of these develop ments the security markets, though quiet, have shown a substantial re covery, thus materially facilitating the liquidation which has been ne cessary In various quarter. While the strain upon New York has thus been moderated and the .crisis ap parently passed without further dis aster, the financial pressure has ppread to all parts of the country with varying severity. I...

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. — 12 November 1907

RLBTTQUERQUE ETEKINO UlTIZKU. r HOW EIGHT. ; TtKsn.w; November u. loof. 1 f s If!: . A Durable Shoe I Saves The Purchaser Money It Costs More to Make it Than Others Tust as Stylish Looking. This Is the reason why nn many iihoes are not durable. They are only to sell. If you want to be sure of Ret ting durability as well as style, buy our unties. They look well, fit well, wear well and are closely priced. Men's Dress Shoes H2.50 to $1.00 Men's Work Shoes $1.83 to $3.00 Men's Hunting Shoes :t.5o to $.voo Women's Dress Shoes $2.50 to $5.00 Women's Street Shoe $1.75 to $3.50 Women's Slippers $1.10 to $3.00 Children's Shoe 8.V to $2.50 OOQCXXXXICXXIOCXX Nothing But LATEST STYLES MISS LUTZ 208 South Saeond n I n 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOO DENNETTS CURIO STORE 109 North Flrtt St. All Kinds at Indian and Miaxlean Goods. Tba Cbaapast Placo to bay Navalo Blankots and Mtxlcan Drawn Work. Mall Ordarm Carefully and Promptly nilad. ITEIITT THE DIAMOND PALACE Railroad Avenue Diamond. Watches, Jewelry, Cu...

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. — 13 November 1907

Albuquerque Citizen WEATHER PORECAST renter, Colo., ot. 13. Fair IcnlgM; and warmer In tha sirtii and east portloa of the ferrttorj; Thursday fair. No. 8-9 3: No. o imsTvW WE GET THB NEWS FIRST Of VOLUME 22. ALB UQUEliQ UK. NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 13. 1907. NUMBER 275 DRIVERS ACCUSED OF STEALING HALF IS. BRADLEY ON TRIAL Woman Who Shot Senator Brown Because He Would Not Marry Her UNEARTU BIG LOTTERY IN HEART OF Scene of Tragedy and Man Who Was Killed Because of Alleged Perfidy FOR KILLING li TRAIN ARRIVALS No. I 7.45 p. m. No. 46.40 p. m. Nu. 7 10. 5 m. BROWN New York Police Have Thir teen Supposed Express Thieves Under Arrest on That Charge. WORKED SMOOTH GAME TO OBTAIN VALUABLES Changed Addresses on Packages and Sent Them to "Fences" Where They Were Safely Disposed of--Consplracy to Corrupt Employes. New Turk, Nov. 13. Two drivers of the Adams Kxpress company and three other prisoners. accused of conspiracy wiih the driver. to rob the corporation were arraigned thi...

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. — 13 November 1907

WKnxKsn.w. Nov. is. 1907. rnr! two. XLBTJQUEEQUE EVENING CITIZEN. II II RAILROAD DEPARTMENT 1 X CMS MOVED E DAY Santa Fc Is Handling an Enor mous Quantity of Freight Now. That the stringency In the money market has not alTected the freight business of any of the railroads Is at tested by the fact that the Santa Fe is handling- approximately thirty per cent more business In Its yards In Al fcufiuerque than Is handled on a year ly avernge. In the last week there has been an average of more than 1.0U0 cars of freight In the yards daily. And on an average of 25 to 30 big, heavy train loads of freight leave the yards daily. Of course there la the usual Incoming freight. It takes nine switch engines and ten engine crews to han dle this enormous freight trafllc. When the yards have only the usual run of tratllc but six nwltch en glnea are needed to handle the busi ness. The number has varied from lx to eleven, the eleven engines be ing used one day when there was an extraordinary amount of...

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. — 13 November 1907

-WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13. 1907. XLBUQUEKQTTE EVENING CITIZEN". PAOK TTTOCT! TO SO PIER CE AVELB. BY SPIRIT 01 TAKEN ft ft POWER Young Woman Worked Smooth Occult Fakir at Tuscon. by Tucson. Nov. IS. "The Wonder Worker. Sheldon, the Great Clairvo vant." Is Kone. He l nowhere to be found', and thereby hHHB a tale of a pretty srtrl. the loss of $800 worth of diamond", a mysterious trunce, and a search by the police or the mlsslns clairvoyant. During the first week In October "Sheldon, the Ureat," atruck Tucson. Ho was a liberal advertiser In the local papers. stopping at the Santa Rita hotel about this time was Miss Mayme Keefe, whose home Is In Detroit, and who Is spending the winter in Tucson for her health. Miss Keefe was a constant reader of the alluring advertisements of the much-heralded clarlvoyant from Los Angeles, and, unknown to her friends, secret ly resolved to have a reading for her self. She looked up the address, 317 North Stone avenue, and one dark and cloudy afternoon hailed...

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. — 13 November 1907

fTLBUQUEEQUE EVENING CITIZm m iksiav. xov. ia, mo;. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME? massssssEaSBSSSiSasssE There nre about as many conceptions as to what, constitutes a "good time" an 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 PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company of . Albuquerque, New Akxico. are looking Tor. That place Is the valley Itanch, at I'ecos, New Mexico. Fresh country produce in abundance, horses to ride or drive, dogs, guns, traps, tackle, all nt your disposal. The finest hunting and fishing In the territory. You. can live in a house, a cabin or a tent, and come and R G A N W. S. STRICKLER WILLIAM F. BROGAN PRESIDENT MANAGING EDITOR go as you please. You'll find plenty of company thoro, agreeable and refined, if you are sociably Inclined, a favorite resort for ladles. Conditions Ideal for re I N cuperating, reading, hunting or lonflng. ...

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. — 13 November 1907

ALDUQUfcRQUE EVENING CITIZIQt. PACIF FIVK. J TTXXXIITXITXXX1XXXXXXXXXH cmcmcmcocmcmoocmcmcma9 WEDNESOAV. NOV. IS. 1007. ft TOO DAY GOODS CLUB HOUSE GOODS WILL SUIT : Clob House, Goods will soft you exactly. Yo will find them the best you ever used. Clob House customers never change. SPECIAL Fresh Dairy Butter twite week from Matthew's jersey farm. A. J. MALOY 214 Central Avenue Keep Watch of Our Seven Show Windows Keeping Mop lti the miwe progressive Drue Houses of the Country, we are carrying a complete line of pixxli suitable, feir Holiday, Wedding, anil Annlvorniry Gifts. Itrllliant Cut, ilnv, Dninty llnntl Painted Clilnn, Itlcli leather .mmIs Dainty Per funic In Cut Ikrttlea, 'lVil-t Set, shaving Sot, Toilet Waters, ItruslioH, Mirrors niul Toilet Articles In single pieces or Handl ing tlnc gols in large quanUiic e arc able to meet any com IM'lltl(ll). N. II. Our Prescription nnd Drug Departments always In charge of expert registered pharmacist. Jm N. O'RIELLY CO. The Busiest Dru...

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. — 13 November 1907

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13. 107. TO USE AIRSHIP AS AID TO WITH AMPTJE MEANS AAD UNSURPASSED FACUiTTlES ALBUQUERQUE IS THE FAST "n 1 Tk.l : BANK OF COMMERCE of ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 2LLBUQUEKQ fTE ETETTfNO CITIZE1T. MIKITY OF SOUTHWEST r There Will be 30.000 People Residing Here Before 1910. Geographic Location Is Perfect an J Climatic Conditions Cannot be Excelled Anywhere on Earth-Railroad Ad vantages Include Transcontinental Train Service. Big Shops Employing Hundreds of Men and General Offices and Other Institutions of Santa Fe. With Prospects of Another Road to the East-Great Manufacturing Industries, Including Wool Mill. Wool Scouring Plants. Ice Plant; and Breweries. Foundry. Gas and Electric Plant Are Features of Industrial Life-Commercial. Social and School Advantages Are Unexcelled, and City Is Amply Provided With Churches. Owing to the fact that The CHI- (traded. The Santa Fe h:ia n pay roll zen is constantly receiving Inquiries i in Albuu.ueru.ue of 185.000 a month. for information ...

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. — 13 November 1907

WEDXESOAV. NOV. 13, 1907. ALBUQTl;)Ut K K.V KN I N( CfiTZE'S. PARE RKVKIt. THE NEW: CRYSTAL THEATRE D. H. CORDIER. Manager. 112 W. Gold Araa ALBUQUERQUE'S PERMANENT HOVE OF MODERN CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children Every afternoon at 3. Every even ing at 8 ami 9:13. Ijal(- souvenir Matinee Tuesday and Friday after noons. Children's Toy Matlncu Sat urday. Clinngin of 1)111 every Monday and Thursday. " 4ti flOKSE BLANKETS HORSES NEIGH for SA Horse Blankets. They are mighty strong, they are lone of wear, X they are warm, they are f handsome. i So. ton. are the 5 A Lan i Robes. We Sell Them We Also Do Fxpcrt Horse Shoeing J. Korber & Go. 212 NORTH SECOND ST. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx x ritlSOXEKS RECEIVED FROM QUAY COUNTY. Trio Convicted at Recent Term of District Court in Tiicunieari Aro Placed in Penitentiary. Santa Fe, N. M., Nov. 13. The first consignment of prisoners at the territorial penitentiary under the regime of Superintendent John W. Gveen, was recei...

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. — 13 November 1907

ATHI QUE RQUE EVENING CITIZEN. Wl:i)KSI).V, NOV. IS. I0?. " lACK ntO ITT, - wir -mi "3VI 8P' PERSONAL, PA KAOKAl'IIH A Durable Shoe Saves The Purchaser Money It Costs More to Make it Than Others lust as Stylish Looking. This Is th" rason why on many shoes are not durable. They are onlv to Bell. If vou want to be sure of gel ting durability a well as style, buy our shoes. They look well, fit well, wear well and are closely priced. j Men's Press Shoes 92.30 to $1.00 Men's Work Shoes $1.85 to $3.00 Men's Hunting Shoes ..; :l.50 to $5.00 Women's Dress Shoes $2.50 to $5.00 Women's Street Shoes . ..$1.75 to $3.50 Women's Slippers $1.10 to $3.00 Children's Shoea K.m- to $2.50 ixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxwocioooocxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx;. Nothing Bat LATEST STYLES MISS LUTZ 208 South Sooond rexxxxooocoooooooooo DENNETT'S CURIO STORE 109 North Flrat St. All Kindt at Indian and Uaxloan Goods. Tba Cbaapatt Plaoa to bay Navajo Blankott and Uoxlean Drawn Work Ml mil Ordoro Carolullv mud Promptly rillod...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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