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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 2 November 1905

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1905. AlJiUQUEHQUK EVENING CITIZEN. PAQfi FIVE. 1 SHEEPMEN CLEAR THREE MILLIONS HEIR TO MANY MILLIONS OF DOLLARS Col. II. II. Metegar, of Pa jarito, is Looking Forward to a Fortune SHERIFF ARMIJO SAYS SALOONS MUST CLOSE UP TIGHT ON SUNDAY New Official Expresses His Determination to En force the Law Regarding the Observance of the Sabbath. The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. THE BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES Lambs at $3 Per Head Soon Count Into Big Money. STATISTICS TELL YOLUMES FROM THE HOLLAND GOVERNMENT The movement of ' New .. Mexico spring lambs ,to feeding pens of the states has begun in earnest. From every part of the territory comes stories of large sales and large ship ments, and a great scarcity of cars. Apparently, th railroads cannot any where near supply the demand for cars, although railroad men claim that every tit of equipment they have is In service. Hon. Solomon Luna held several thousand lambs In the neighborhood i of Estancia several days waiting fo...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 2 November 1905

ALUUQUEKOUi: EVENING C1TIZEX PAGE SIX. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1905. RAILROAD TOPICS OO0C0COOO0OK50 Manager 1). Benjamin of tho Harvey system loft last night for tho east, after spending scvcra days In t lie cltv on olllcia business. J. T. Jncobson, superintendent of the Harvey eating house at Ash Fork, wa here today conferring with Audi tor McCreary of the system. Mantmor J. F. H'leklo, of the liar Tey curio department, spent the day Jr. Alim jjorciuo, attending to Imsinoss crn:ieteil with Mia department. John R. Orant, of the Grant Broth ers Construction company, which has A contract on the Heien cut-off. passed through t.h? city last night on his way to tho coninnny's headquarters at Ixs Argons from a trip over the cut-off. An average of 173 passenger cars a day passes through Newton, Kan. In the nelghlwirhood of OO.imn) coaches, chair cars, and Pullman cars pass through that iMiint every ye-ar. This Is surely an immense passenger busi ness. At San Francisco a number of rail way co...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 2 November 1905

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1905. ALliUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE SEVEN. LEGAL BATTLE HAS OPENED Many Acres, Involving Title Thereto, Now Before the Courts. HISTORY OF INTERESTING GRANT The case of the Protective Associa tion of the town of Costilla vs. the United States Freehold Land and lni- migratlon company had Its ffrst hear in yesterday morning before Judge John It. McFie, of the First Judicial district court, at Santa Fe. This case is one of- the most Important that has been up for trial In the district court for some time, inasmuch as the land Involved In the suit amounts in all to almost 2iVi,ooo acres. The land in litigation Is situated in the northern part of Taos county, and is a part of tne Manure do cristo land grant. History of the Grant. In the year 1844. the Mexican au thorities made . a grant, containing l.uuu.uuu acres, to cer;aln Mexican : n zens, in the northern part of Taos county, which then included what is now part of southern Colorado, for colonization purposes...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 2 November 1905

CL AIJ3UOUEHOUE EVENING CITIZEN' PAGE EIGHT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1905. o 0 0 n 314 WEST RAILROflDAYL JP MEN'S WORK SHOES MEDIUM HEAVY, JUST THE THING FOR FALL WEAR. THE UPPERS ARE MADE OF KANGAROO CALF. THIS IS A SOFT LEATHER, EASY ON THE FOOT, AND WILL NOT CRACK OR SKIN. THEY HAVE HEAVY SINGLE SOLES AND ONE-PIECE LEATHER INSOLES. THE VAMPS ARE CUT FULL LENGTH AND LASTED UNDER THE TOE. HEAVY TWILL IS USED FOR THE LINING. THIS PREVENTS WRINKLES AND MAKES THE SHOE COM PORT ABLE. ALL SEAMS ARE STITCHED WITH EX TRA STRONG THREAD, AND IF THEY SHOULD RIP WE WILL SEW THEM UP FREE OF CHARGE. Cap Toe Lace Plain Toe Lace PRICE ONLY 2 .00 cooooooooooog a fall in canned goods. Especially as to prices Is certain to please you. With the Incoming tide of fresh vegetables and fruits, we must get rid of our canned stock fine as it is and our reduced prices will make them move la a hurry. Mark you: they're Just as good and sweet as the day they were "put up," but out they must go, to your great ben...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 3 November 1905

' Library of Corgretl ' ALBUaUERaUE EVENING CITI VOLUME 10 ALHUQUEKQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMHEK 11)05. NUMHEH 280 REACTIONISTS RECOVER STRENGTH HEAP BIG INJUN; HEAP SWIFT CORRESPONDENT CHRYSANTHEMUM LAND IS GLAD TRAIN DID NOT KILL MRS. TODD AND DEMAND STRONG REPRESSION rr: ZEN. Russia's Empress Wants Autocratic Authority Trans , mitted to Her Son-Emperor on Anniversary of Accession Grants Amnesty. RIOTING CONTINUES IN SOUTHERN PROVINCES Mikado's Birthday Cele brated With Great Enthusiasm. , German Embassador to Give Emperor's Views on Reciprocity. PRESIDENT OF ARMOUR LIMES Last of Five Grand DuKes is Asked to Step Down and Out. Jews Continue to be Murdered and Robbed. REGULATIONS FOR NtWSPAPER GUIDANCE WITHDRAWN St. Petersburg, Njv. 3. The nation-1 al holiday today iu celebration of the anniversary of the emperor's accea- j elon to the throne, was marked by a formal closing of the general strike 1 in St. Petersburg. The populace la calmer here, but rioting in the provin...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 3 November 1905

AIJttUQUEItQUK KVKKING CITIZJCN. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905. THE EVENING CITIZEN Psbllshea Dully and Weekly by frhe Citizen Publishing Company PLUCKY LITTLE FELLOWS DO YOU WANT HELP OF ANY KIND? If so, we can secpre it for you by a small BANK INSTITUTIONS WHO FIGHT THIS EVENING X h 4 x ; want ad. In The Evening Citizen. It only costa One Cent Per Word Insertion and you can rty upon it, as we have not failed before, that your money Is not thrown away. We have also t-ented hundreds of houses by our want ads, as well as sold nearly everything we have sdver- tised through them. TFIEPHONE ,n WM"Prn Union or Postal Tele- via sra,,,n oJHcps, rftr A p. Ti messenger boy, ami s-ml your ad with the cas.lt to The Citiien ofTlce, or tele phone direct, or call, and the ad will appear according to your wish. It Pnetofflce for trmntmiMion through th mail ae eecond rtaae matter. Montetima Ttxtst Co. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO OJnTMITlasel Capital and Surplus $J00,00b PAGE TWO. Official Paper of Bernalill...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 3 November 1905

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1905. AJLUUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PACK THREE. HUSTLING JAPAN SEEKS PARTNER TO DEVELOP SUNDMY MORNING THE OLD ELEPHANT ROUSED FROM SLEEP OF CENTURIES CHINA DICTATOR OF ORIENT LOOKS TO AMERICA FOR COMMERCIAL AL LIANCE JAPANESE OF HIGH STANDING DEFINES POLICY OF ISLANDERS TOWARD WEST. By EKI HIOKI, (First Secretary of the Japanese Lega tion.) Now that the Japanese-Russian war 1 ended, the world seems to bo vig ilantly watching the next art which will be produced on the stage of ori ental politics. Some preach the "Yel low Peril;" some question the ambi tion of Japan; others apprehend Japan's designs upon the Philippines. Some people go so far a to assert that Japan will control China, "pro claim the Monroe doctrine for Asia." and drive out from the east all "the "white devils" and exterminate the western Influence within Its borders. I can simply say that such an Idea haa not entered Into the Japanese tttttlKifTI S CHINA DANGEROUS? ( V) mind and such a policy haa ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 3 November 1905

I PAGK FOUR. ALHUQUEHOUK EVENING CITIZEN, THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN By The Citizen Publishing Company Published Dally and Weekly W. 8. STRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT President Business Manager FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905. POWER OF THE JEWS Kxtenslve preparations arc on foot for the celehrn tlon, beginning November 25, of the Sfiiitli anniversary of the settlement of the Jews In the Cnited States. The year 1655 was noteworthy for the Issue hy the Dutch K'ast India company of a grant of privileges which pave the first legal recognition to the immigration of what was then almost a universally proscribed race. A party of twenty-riirve Portuguese Jews, which had fW from Brazil' to New Amsterdam, was allowed to stay, with civil and political rights. From this Utile germ has grown the greatest Jewish eoloney in the world, New York's Jewish population t72,77t Doing larger than that of any other city. I-odz, lu Poland, conies next, with 150,iio, and Vienna Is third. I-oiiT.m has 138,8K0, which Is hut ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 3 November 1905

AUJUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905. PAG FIVE. SOUND WARNING TO EASTERN PHYSICIANS Indigent Sick Will be Sent Home if They are Net Supported. PERMANENT OFFICERS ELECTED "Resolved, That the physicians and authorities In other section be strong ly censured for sending healthseekers to Albuquerque and New Mexico when they have reached a stage where they are beyond help from climatical ad vantages, or are without sufficient funds to support themselves for a per iod of at least six months, and that the press be urgently requestetTto give this resolution the greatest publicity." The above resolution offered by Maynard Gunsul and adopted by the meeting which yesterday effected a permanent organization of the Asso ciated Charities of Albuquerque, is directed to the eastern physicians who have for years and still persist In sending indigent patients in the last stages of consumption, to New Mex ico and Arirona for the people of the two territories to support until they even...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 3 November 1905

PAGE 8IX. ALHUQUERQUi: EVENING ClXrZJKSJ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905. 0OCO00OO00C0CC0C RAILROAD TOPICS boooooooj)ooooi Superintendent A. Barmann, of the Santa Fe water service, with head quarters al I.os Anseles, Ib In the olty for a few days on one of his regular trips. Tlic work of luilldlna the telegraph lines on the cut-off will liepin In a few Hnva a ,wl liWu ftriirtrlhlno ulju ...... ... v . . ' .'mimij, i vt urijiia i e.l with the building of that line, It will be done In a hurry. Superintendent R. .1. Parker, of the western grand division of the Santa Ke. with headquarters at. l.a Junta, arrived in the city lant night and spent the day here on official husincss. The depots at Willard and Texico, with the exception of the one Rt He len, will he the largest on the cut off line. They will he freight and pas senger combined, frame structures, 4ox8o feet, exclusive of platforms. The Estancla News says: The steam jbf the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe shovel at Mountainair and the r...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 3 November 1905

PAGE SEVEN. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN SPORTING... ...BREVITIES NEXT PRUDENTIAL LIFE INSURANCE TO TAKE ITS MEDICINE Fnnk Chance has Blamed a three year contract to manage and captain the CnlcagoCubs. Chance Is spend ing his Idle moments watching the ponies in Los Angeles. Coacn stagg ot the Chicago Univer sity has demonstrated that the open style of game can -be made superior to the close formation, grinding style which has become so prevalent. While he has not discarded the line breaking plunge, yet the plays most relied upon to cover ground are the open or trick plays. From the spec tator's standpoint there is no Ques tion as to the interest In the game when it Is played in open style or In close formation. President Johnson puis the kibosh on the rumor that the Petrott club is to be transferred to Louisville. The Colonels will have to worry along with minor league base ball, suit, fo' some time to come, by gad. Sprinter Duffy's admission of pro fessiona...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 3 November 1905

ALIJUOUEltOUE KVEN1NG CITIZEN PAGE EIGHT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905. 2 1 1 0 0 ytf J. . 2 V?rt YVtSl KAILIiUfllAu.jH Tin 1 1 1 iw -it-- - i --"."- STYLISH SHOES They fit unwothly, keep the heel from slipping support the instep anil give comfort to the too. They show to advantage th' beauty of ynur foot ami single you out as being well dressed. Only the bei-t material anil workman ship 1 used In their con struction, and therefore, they wear well and hold their shape. Our prices ire very reasonable. Men's Patent Colt Sheet, $3.50 to $4.00 Men's Vicl Kid or Box Calf Shoea, $2.50 to $4.00 Men't Work Shoea, $1.65 to $3.00 Ladies' Patent Kid Shoes, $3.50 to $4.00 Ladies' Vicl Kid Shoes, $1.65 to $3.50 Shoea for Boys and Girls, $1.00 to $2.50 'A FALL IN CANNED GOODS. Especially as to prices is certain to please you. With the incoming tide of fresh vegetables and fruits, we must get rid of our canned stock fine as it Is and our reduced prtqes will make them move In a hurry.' Mark you: they'r...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 4 November 1905

AUBUaTJERaUE EVENING- CITIZEN.- ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER I, UK)." VOLUME 10 NUMBER 281 BAD WRECK ON AN S. P. TRAIN ENTERPRISE . ' BANK FAILURE RETREAT OF THE CZAR, WHERE LIBERAL MANI- . FESTO WAS SIGNED ANGERED WOMAN KILLS CHILDREN Quarrels With Husband vand Shoots Her Two Boys and Girls. CARDS WERE CONFISCATED QUITS STAGE FORCONCERT Mme. Emma Calve Abon-, dons Operatic Career for Humbler Calling. IS IN !EW,Y0RK TONIGHT Manager Insured Against Con tract Breach in $42,000 V by Lloyds. THE MIKD0 AND (ZAR TREATY Passenger Train Dashed Causes Examiner Mattern Into Train of Tourist Cars. to be Deprived of His Good Job. NINETEEN HURT, TWO DIED Reception and Dinner White House for Prince Louis. at LATTER TO COME OFF TONIGHT San Luis Obispo, Nov. 4. The Southern Pacific coast line limited passenger train dashed Into a train load of tourist cars at Santa Margar ita station, fourteen miles north of this city, yesterday. Nineteen people were hurt, several seriously, ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 4 November 1905

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1905. PAGE TWO. ALJiUQUKKQUK KVKXIM CITIZEN. V: THE EVENING CITIZEN Pafcllakea Dally and Weekly hjr Yhc Citizen Publishing Company t Fotofr fnr tnuisminkm thrtmrh ttif mails u Mrond r.lMa matter. N BE L fff1elal Paper of ItarnaNllo Count) fkMvc'atnj tret Afternoon Dlptrhi, largest City Ind County Circulation. Th Larfrett Nrw Monica Circulation, lrgnt Northern Arizona CirculaTon TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIO Bally by mall, on year in advance. represents, until the Indian have rome to the conclusion that their children are at such a premium that they ran dictate any conditions thry please. A short time ago a superin tendent of ono of the pueblos had fifty boys ready to go away to school. Representatives from different schools went out to receive them, hut Just at thai time there appeared cn the seen an Important Inspector, wlfo assured iho olil narents tluit they must not s.'nd their children to any school. 1 he J n stilt was tiiat over forty went baek j to a life of Igno...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 4 November 1905

AMiUaUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1905. PAGE THREE. HEW YORK FASHION LETTER ooo-cO'ee-o,''N'' New York, Nov. 4. The two de partment which are most Ir.toitsing to women at the present time, the costumes and the millinery, are full (if possibilities for the woman who aims to dress well on a limited in- :. --V L -s " k "s -H ivw k - 1 IH ; - b vj 4 ? r ' I JW?I !",4' ' t"A- 1 y ? t7 , Z I FRENCH COMBINE KIMONO AND EMPIRE MODES. This long garment Is a compromise between the mode of the Occi dent and that of the orient. It Is regai in its fullness and length, and yet has a touch of the kimono. It Is made of bronze green broadcloth, and the trimmings are of a lighter tone. A touch, of the empire is given with the waistcoat, which ends sharp and, curtly at the waist line. This 'vest, the collar and the broad, flaring cuffs are of the lighter hue, and are embroidered with a dull gold briad. Handsome buttons of emer ald, set In the dull gold, come through" folds f green velv...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 4 November 1905

,W4 ALHUQUKKOl'i: EVENING CITIZEN, PAGE FOUR. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1905. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN By The Citizen Publishing Company Published Dally and Weekly W. 8. STRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT President " Business Manager WOMEN AND STAGE The Clilcart Woman's club believes I he way to re form the stage Is to reform It. This flub has started a movement for the opening of an Independent theater in Chicago where a stock company will product; flramas of Rood moral tone. The theater is to he supported by ub Bciiptlon and subscribers are 10 he represented by a lxard of directors whose duty It wfll bo to bar any p!ay that does not. reach the standard in morals. The club Is composed of thousands of representative women and there Is no dotibt It .can, handsomely support the theater. Women's Clubs elewhere. especially in the large cities. Habere there Is a chance of success, may take up the Jnatter. The movement serves as a .reminder of the fact that reform of the theater must come from those in...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 4 November 1905

ALHUQUElQUKv EVENING CITIZEN. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1905. PAG FIVE. ALBUQUERQUE CHINESE MERCHANT THREATENED WITH DEPORTATION Quon Lung, of the Firm of Sam Kec & Co., is De tained at San Francisco by Govern ment Officials. Sam Kee, senior member of the firm of Sam Kee & company, dealers in Chinese and Japanese fancy Roods and merchandise, located at 217l4 South Second street, is a very much worried Chinaman these rtays. It is all because his partner, Quon Lung, is detained In San Francisco by the government officials, who threaten to deport him. ' The troubles of Qunn I.ung have been brought about by that Celes tial's desire to visit the land of his birth. Five years ago Quon Lung went .back to China, and that his visit has been an extended one, is seen when it Is known that he has Just ar rived at San Francisco on his return to Albuquerque. Imagine the Chinaman's surprise when he was taken in charge by Un cle Sam's officers upon the arrival of LOCAL WHOLESALERS ARE LAYING IN...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 4 November 1905

ALBUQUEHOUK EVENING CITIZEN PAGE SIX. ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1905. RAIILROAB TOPICS SiifxTinlf mlont, Russell, of the New' Ins; boon from $1.25, pays the San Mexico tii vision of the Santa Fo, ro- 1 torn a nil no Pun. f turned to his headquarters at ?.bs Vp- Along will) this cut wont Into ef pa last night, after spending yes- J foot a now regulation that Is arousing terri.y hereon business, some antagonism among the grocers 1 of the city, as It Is Mated that in fu- tan1a Fe train No. S from the west ture the Santa Fe company will stand last night was delayed several hours pood tor no grocery bills contracted by a slight, wreck. ' A log train en romp to Albuquerque from the Ztinl mountains mot with an accident, one of Ihe cars jumping the trark. and traffic was tied up for several hours as a consequence. No one was in jured. The New Mexican says: Charles Rnpsell. division superintendent of the Santa Fe railway, together with his party, who spent yesterday seeing the Bights tf the Capit...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 4 November 1905

PAGE SEVEN. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1905. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN SPORTING... ...BREVITIES FIRST CABINET OF PREMIER WITTE The fine work done ly Ollle richer lng in minor league during the past season' may recall him to major com pany. Ollle fielded in old time form and clouted the ball with' commend able regularity. Bulletin 'Mike Ponlln has not whipped a waiter for a week and Rube Waddell la acting like a normal human being 1 The ranks of the vegetarians has lost its only satellite "Kid" Parker, who eschewed meats of all kinds for months, having broke II over and rptnrnp.rt to thick. Juicy steaks smoth ered with mushrooms. l'arker was one of the most promising lightweights in tho rnuntrv when he suddenly gave over hi old style of training and be came a vegetarian, wnetner it was the vegetables or something else, he lost hi prowess and received several unmerciful beatings. Now that he has to red blood producing beef his friends have hope that he may regain some of his lost prestig...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 4 November 1905

8ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1905. PAGE EIGHT. ALUUOUEHOUK KVKNlfcG CITIZEN fj 31 Wtdl nfl I L Kurt L1 AY STYLISH SHOES g They tit smoothly, keep the heel from slipping, support the Instep and They show to advantage tli beauty of your foot nnd single you Jk o.it as being well dressed. slruetion, and therefore, they -wear well and hold their shape. Our prices are very reasonable. Men'a Patent Colt Shoe, $3.50 to $4.00 Men Vicl Kid or Box Calf Shoe. $2.50 to $4.00 Merit Work Shoe, $1.65 to $3.00 Ladies' Patent Kid Shoes, $3.50 to $4.00 Ladies' Vici Kid Shoes, $1.65 to $3.50 Shoes for Boys and Girls, $1.00 to $2.50 Sat :-Hdt. i. . C:f: ocooooooooooo A FALL IN CANNED GOODS. Especially as to prices Is certain to please you. With the Incoming tide of fresh vegetables and fruits, -we tnust get rid of our canned stock One as it is and our reduced prices will make them move in a hurry. Mark you: they':e Just as good and sweet as the day they were "put up," but out they must ko, to your great bene f...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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