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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 14 November 1905

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1905, ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAO rive ANNUAL FAIR MEETING LAST NIGHT But no New Officers Elected, This Matter Being Left to a Committee of 15. ANOTHER MEETING THIS EVENING J'ui'fiiiynt to call. Issued In Thet'itI sen a few dnys ago, the annual meet lnR of the New Mexico Territorial Fair association met Inst night up! Btairs over Zelgerg cafe, and while not as laraelv attended as a previous 1 innnttne at lonuf flffv renrnarnt.it Ivn ! citizens were present and much en thusiasm was manifested. W. H. Greer, president of the twenty-fifth annual fair, presided, and n. K. B. Sellers officiated as secretary. After order had been observed the secretary arose and addressed the meeting on the subject of Incorporat ing the association. Ills remarks were to the point, were opportune, and elicited favorable comment from those present. The suggestion was discussed by othrrs, and It was finally agreed to Incorporate as soon as possible, or rather Immediately following t...

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. — 14 November 1905

PAGE SIX. ALHUQUKHOUK EVENING C1TIZE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1905. BEFORE THE PILGRIMS GAME THE JEWS, SEEKING LIBERTY OSCAR STRAUS TRACES THE HIS TORY OF THE COMING OF THOSE PEOPLE TO THIS COUN TRY FIVE WERE WITH COL UMBUS AMERICANS AND LOVERS OF THEIR COUNTRY. Tin kcUIiiicm of the Jews mi t.ie Anicriran continent antedates liy fully century the settlement of -Jamestown Mini the coming of Hie PIlRrtms. The world's history in linked to iieiher Tar closer than appears upon the surface. When the crops supplanted the crescent on the glittering cupolas of Orenadit. the same month thai their Catholic majesties Issued from the Alhamhra the decree for the expul sion of the Jews from Spain, they commissioned Columbus en his first voyage, of discovery. The treasurer general of Aragnn, Luis Santangel, whose uncle was burned at the stake and whom the historian styled the Heaconxfield of his time, was the patron of Columbus, and It was he who Interceded for him with the queen, and when she pro tes...

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. — 14 November 1905

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1905. A IH UQ U EWQ UK EVKN1NG CITIZEN PA6E SEVEN. WORKING PLANS FOR TIMBER SALES AND THEY'RE STILL MILKING IT forest Officers Prepare Them Carefully Befote Sales Have Been Made. ALWAYS WITH EYE TO FUTURE The increased demand for Ale pur chase of timber from t;n forest re serves has railed for detailed working plans for the more imiiortant timber ed area within them. In order tn avoid delay without jeopardizing the future welfare of the forest, and that these worklnK plans may be well con sidered, they are being made as rap idly a.i possible for those forest area, from which the sale of timber is prob able in the near future. In many I cases they are made before the actual application for purchase is received. Those who purchase timber from the government are required to ob serve forest service regulations In logging, which guard against wrte anil provide for the reproduction of the forest: Considerable variety ex ists in the character and requirements of the f...

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. — 14 November 1905

ALI1UOUEUOUK EVENING CITIZEN PAGE EIGHT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1905. R 314 WEST RAllROADAVE.Ji. Good Shoes There am some rliiap !hosthat '.K)k well. luitdin't wear woll.Good shoes houhf at our plareronBti shoes that wear well and jtive satlsfartjon. We charge moderate prices, but you can riopendtipon the style, quality nd fit f our font wear. AT Babies' Shoe B0cto)1.g5 Glrl't Shoe 85c to $2.25 Boy' Shoe $1.00 to $2.50 Women' Shoe $1.65 to $4.00 Women' Slippers 65c to $2.75 Men' Shoen $1.65 to $4 00 Men' Slipper '.. .75c to $2.50 Right Prices A FALL IN CANNED GOODS. Especially as to prices Is certain to please you. With the Incoming tide of fresh vegetables and fruits, ire must get rid of our canned stock fine as It is and our reduced prices will make them move In a hurry. Mark you: they're Just as good and sweet as the day they were "pat up," but out they must go, to your great bene fit. Hurry up If you want any. x F. F. TROTTER Nos. 118 and 120, South Second St. 00tX3O0O0ttO000O0 L...

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. — 15 November 1905

0t Confc AlLBUaUEBaUE EVENING CITIZEN. VOLUME 10 ALHUQUEKQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 11)05. NUMBER 280 INSURANCE IS INVESTIGATED Former Governor Odell Wants to Contradict Mr. Hyde. HYDE tXPLMNS TESTIMONY Harriman Goes to Stand But He Does Not Tell Much. TESTIMONY IS ABOUT OFFERS New York. Nov. 13. Former Gover nor B. B. Odell, Jr., today requested Chairman Armstrong of the insurance Investigating committee, to call him before the committee and give him opportunity to testify under oath In reply to the testimony of Mr. Hyde yesterday. Hyde testified that Odell threatened to have the charter of the Mercantile Trust company revoked un less he was Indemnified for. losses he sustained in the ship building trust, and that $75,000 was paid Odell after he had the bill Introduced In the legis lature to repeal the charter. HYDE GOES AGAIN ON STAND AND EXPLAINS. New York, Nov. 15. James H. Hyde today aked to correct his tes timony of yesterday before the com mittee on Insu...

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. — 15 November 1905

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, fAGE TWO. ALItUQUKKQUK KVEXI-Nfa CITIZEN. EVENING CITIZEN Pabllahts Dally aaa Weekly ay fhc Citizen Publishing Company V-tarsJ at PotAffte for tmnaroi km through th M ! U MCOTld ClftaW irattor. y N 1 0 N L A B E L ORIeUI Paper of Bernalillo County paaadataj f raw Aflwnoaa Dlipatrtiea. Larpt City and County Circulation. Tna Lirgaat Nrw Maxico Circulatln. Largwt Northern Arliona Circulation TIKMI OF SUBSCRIPTION: teaflr fer mail, an yaar In advanca l-r.f" br man. on month - 6 Weak W Mil ana yar t pcy 6y Carrier, 60c per month 1 Tn Vravmra Citom will ba oVItrarad in th. Mv a tka kow rata of 90 eanta par weak, or for 4b pmr asaata. whan paid monthly. Ifartlilnj KtUt Made Know, cn Appllratloi, I wfll aanfar a farar by aatifrtaa u tatai? an any oa-daliery of tha paper. tattara aad rami ittancaa ahould b addraaaad ti PtiBLaHrwa Company. Drafta. paalaffea and axpraae money ordera ba aaada prWa ta tha ordar etf tha M'ln-Ht I A3. Boll 15. SPORTING... ...BREVITIES them ...

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. — 15 November 1905

V WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 103. AlaUUUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAQB THREE. HARROVIAN'S HISTORY FROM BIRTH TO DATE HOW THE GREAT RAILROAD MAG f.ATE FROM SMALL EEGINNING BECAME A LEADING WORLD V.' )WER. f9 years. 'in in New Jersey, s father was a poor rh-rayman. ent ta New York In his 'teens, , became a broker. ' watlsflpd with the scope of his V Tate business, he became a prl- c banner. . p bank tiad a profitable client, In "W :. Vanderbllt. 1 .iterert the board of directors of the Illinois Central railroad, when iRiiill E. H.HARRIMAN. Stujvesant Fish became Its president". In 1882. Was a decided factor In the exten sion of the Illinois Central and the trebling of Its capitalization. Became a director In the Union Pacific. Got Rockefeller, Gould. Fish and Schiff Into a deal with him to pur-, chase the control of the Independent , Al in road for 42,000,0O0 caRh. Refunded the old bonds of fhlsroad, and sold new ones, clearing $6,000,000. for his syndicate. Was placed at the head of the ex...

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. — 15 November 1905

AIJIUQUEKOUK KYflNING CITIZKN. PAGE FOUR. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1905. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN By The Citizen Publishing Company Published Daily and Weekly W. . 8TRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT President Business ManiiKf-r jXVIL, OF CARELESSNESS One of the thinns that i-xen a tn-nnn4ii.s Influence in life is carelessness. It is more iminuMi than stu pidity, more disastrous than InroinpcU -in j . The chief of the Pennsylvania bureau of mines and minim; has Just reiiorted that of the f.'J5 lives lost In the past year In coal mines of that state 2S2 were lo-t through care lessness of the victims ami ."G through the carelessness or other tron. Ana'jnU of the statistle-i of railway accidents shows that an astonishing proportion of the deaths and injiirks are due to carelessness of the 'vic tims. When the commoiir.es of trespass ami disre gard of the simplest rules tor, safety Is tukn into the reckoning the wonder is not that 80 many ate killed and Injured, but that so many seem miraculously to...

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. — 15 November 1905

ALHUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1905. paoc rive NEW OFFICERS CHOSEN FOR THE 1906 ANNUAL FAIR Report of Special Committee Unanimously Ratified by General Committee at Meeting Held Last Night. SIX NORTH SECOND STREET LOTS SELL FOR $16,500 From W. L. Trimble Buys Valuable Property the Late L. S. Trimble Estate at Executor's Sale. t There will lie a fair in this city next fall ana it will be a stem-winder from start to finish. This conclusion was fully demons trated at the meeting last night of the general committee of fifteen, which was called tOKether for the purpose of hearing the report of the special com mittee of threo appointed at Monday nishfs meeting to formulate some plan for the next annual fair and to select gentlemen who would act ayhe new officers of the fair. In accordance therewith the general committee met upstairs over Zeiger's Cafe last night, and the first business transacted, which is of general Interest to everybody, was that of hearing and rat...

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. — 15 November 1905

ALHUQUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE SIX. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1905. CHINESE EMPRESS DECIDES FOR A GOVERNMENT DY THE AN IMPORTANT OFFICIAL AN NOUNCEMENT MADE BY THE SECRETARY OF THE CHINESE EMBASSY AT WASHINGTON. TO THE STAFF CORRESPONDENT OF THIS NEWSPAPER. Washington, I. C, Nov. IS. What is likely to he regarded by history ns one of the most Important events vii the present century Is contained In the announcement, which comes offic ially from the Chinese embassy here, that the celestial empire has decided to follow the lead of Russia and adoit a constitutional form of govern ment. Mr. Chang Chuan. serretary of the embassy, aaid to a correspondent of The Citisten today: "China has decided to adopt a more advanced and popular form of repre sentative government. The embassy has been adv'sed that the empress dowager ha appointed a distinguish ed commi'sion to come to the United Suites to study the American consti tution and form a popular govern ment. "The commission, which will com p...

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. — 15 November 1905

ALHUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE SEVEN. GEORGE CURRV ON HIS MUSCLE He Licked the Stuffing Out of Filipino Official for His Disrcsect of Women. CURRY A NEW MEXICAN. Governor George Curry of Saniar, in the Philippine Islands, threw hi wine in the face of a Filipino olllcial, Cruz Herrera, president of the muni cipal board of Manila, and then took him outside anil wiped the earth up with him. At the banquet tendered Secretary of War Taft and party at Manila, this Filipino spoke disparag ingly of American women and Curry proceeded to" work him over. After whipping him he made him apologize. American blood will tell, no matter in what quarter of the globe you find it, and there never was one of them born under the stars and stripes un less it might be the "Astor" who wouldn't attempt to lick a regiment if he heard it abuse the good name of our women. Governor Curry in known in every hamlet in New Mexico, and took part in suppressing lawless bands in Lin coln county when he was sheriff. B...

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. — 15 November 1905

1 ALHUOUEHOUE EVENING CIT1ZE.N PACE EIGHT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1905. '5 Good anoes There are snm'1 rheap shoes JA? look well,but don't wear weUGood shoes bought at our plare mean shoes tli.it wear well and Rive saUsfactton. We charge moderate prices, biit you ran depend Jipnn the style, Quality and fit of our font wear. AT Babies' Shoes 60c to $1.25 Glrl'e Shoes 85c to $2.25 Boys Shoe $1.00 to $2.50 Wamen'i Shoes $1.65 to $4 00 Wwntn'i Slippers 65c to $2.75 Men's Shoes $1.65 to 14.00 Men'i Slippera 75c to $2.50 Right Prices LOCAL AND PliJiSONAL WEATHER INDICATIONS. A FALL IN CANNED GOODS. Especially as to prices 4s certain to please you. With the Incoming tide of fresh regetables and fruits, we must get rid of our canned stock fine as It is and our reduced prioes will make them more In 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 bene fit. Hurry up if you want any. F. F. TROTTER Nos. 118 and 120, South Secon...

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. — 16 November 1905

, - " WWMP.-JKHwid., 9 AflrftaMrtWn' ! I J ,UERQ,UE EVENING CITIZEN. ALliUQUEKQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY EVENING. NOVEMHEH 10. UXr. NUMHEH 2M) Btra MISSOURI SHOWS 'EM RANCE IS OUT WITH CASTRO FALSE EMPEROR HAS APPEARED Again Venezuela Rubs His Following Numbers French Fur the Wrong Way. 50,000 Men, Says Startling Report. INVESTIGATION IS V AFTER THE TALL TIMBER . )r Odell Denies That He Withdrew Legislature Against the Shipping Trust rtw $75,000, AND ASKS GOD'S HELP 9o 04?. 'f. Even Eloquent Afternoon Speaker, Chauncy Depew, Asked President to Send Hyde as Am bassador to France. PRESIDENT SAID. IT WOULDN'T BEGIN TO DO AT ALL New York. Nov. 1G. B. 13 Odell, Jr., former governor of New York, and at present chairman of the state re publican committee, wag the first witness before the insurance investi gating committee today. Odell was auLj .v,..,- ,., ,., ,v.,Q , n political influence or pressure brought'?11 desirable as I be- to bear on the Mercantile Trust com- '"fved legislation woul...

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. — 16 November 1905

AIJiUQUEltQUK KVKNIN O CITIZEN. Thursday, November 16, 19C5. PAGE TWO. V Ilir EVENING CITIZEN Pifcllihei Dally ins Weekly y The Citizen Publishing Company at PoatofTlcc for trnmlaaioa throuf h th wilt m Meond claM mttr. LABEL cyNiQNj "Official Paper of Bernalillo Count) fUtfcUtd PraM Aftren DlipatcliM. largait City ii Ceunlj Clrcvlut on. Tfca Lirfwt Mnico Circqlitle. llrgtit Northern Ariiona Clrculnrn TKNM OF SUBSCRIPTION: hNi ar ml, ana nu In advanea 15 -fx paJaj hr axIL an month Bf WaaaJr kr "U. ana raar pally by Carrier, 60c per month Tu tvwnira Ctttzhm will ba Mlrmed in thi Mr at Um h rata of K eanta par wtek, or for 61 gmmtrn car Mat., wtan paid monthly. $fartiti Rte( Hade KnowB on Application I arOl aonfar s favor by notifying u 4tatab any aoa-dallvaiy of tha aapar. mmd lamirtancaa ahoaM ba addraaaod U Oitimk Pvblbbwo Company. Draft. aaatarflaa and asaraaa Montr ordara ka made pajrabla a tba ordar of Um but evidently sbe made the best of, tho situation." I SPORTING... ...BREVI...

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. — 16 November 1905

THURSDAY, NOVEMDER 1, 1905. ALIJU QUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAQC THRU. yp ? WAR.BJHNG ? RAILROAD TOPICS I'hll r. Hitchcockgeneral ai;'nt of tl, o Woinuh rllig In Denver arriv ed in tho city from the north last n!;ht I ami spent the day here Iookmk up business fur his road. It. D. ftibbons. division foreman, lias issued instructions that employes of the I.as Vcsas shops must not smoke during working hours. Anyone caught smoking will he dismissed from the service. The notice is posted on the water barrel at the Las egas round house. Owing to the changes made In the schedule of the Santa Fe November Uth, Conductors Qulnn and I.eseney have been transferred to the norm end, and one more crew, composed of Conductor Shaffer, Hrakeman Tripp and Porter MeOray have been placed on the south end, between Las Vegas and Albuquerque. General Manager Arthur G. Wells, of the Santa Ke coast lines, arrived in the city last night from Los An geles In his private car attached to No. 8, and left later for...

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. — 16 November 1905

Y 1' i ALHUQUEHOUK E fiNING CITIZEN. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1905. PACE FOUR. Till: ALBUQUERQUE UTiZtNJ Published Ially ami Weekly 0 liy The Citizen Publishing Company 00000000X)X)XK000XXOC0000 JUDliL lilirtUK ur ItW IUK1V w. S. STRICKLER Pn s i il cut W. T. McCREIGHT Business Mutineer WEALTH OF TSHIi SOUKI Those of the north whose estimate of the industries of the s.itith is basej on rapid surveys through car win dows will lio surprised to loam that of the total exports of the country last year 41 per cent was oMiribu'-'tl by the smith. Kor a Ions time after the war, which prostrated Us industries, the south was regarded bs pai:ozed an 1 pov erty stricken. Comparisons botwtocn tli fertile larms of the north, its smoking chimneys, humming factories and heavy railway trai'.ic, with the lotiu stretches in the Bouth where the soil looks thin ami barren and the towns desolate, have created in ihc northern mind a decidedly wrong Impression which only official figures of produc tion can se...

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. — 16 November 1905

f 1 Vv V. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1905. ALHUQUEKQUK EVENING CITIZEN. PAG riVK. i) ; 4 ! S I MORE PRIZES FOR ORATORICAL CONTEST 0. A. Matson and Lcarnard and Lindemann MaKe Generous Offers. RILES GOVERNING CONTL, SCHOOL TEACHERS GET TOO LITTLE MONEY Cause of Great Scarcity Pedagogues in New Mexico. COUNTY SCHOOLS j IN BAD CONDITION! of Superintendent A. B. Stroup Returns From Trip of Inspection. THE MARKETS tTOCK - MONEY - ME.il r 00l HADLtY FAVORS HIGH SALARIES WINIfcR StSMONS HAVE BEGUN The efforts towards forming an or atorical association of I lie high mIiooIh and preparatory departments of the higher fdiual tonal institutions of the territory are meeting with great Fiicce.-s, and the coming con test to he held In this city on De cember 27, during the annual meet infE of tho New Mexico Educational asocial ion. promises to he txceeu Jngly Interesting. In addition to the rash prl.e of $10, which has been offered ly Dr. 11. H. Brings, a member of the school hoard, two more prizes hav...

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. — 16 November 1905

iiiinMiMiwwiirf iiuiMwr-"ri ' " " " ' - .11 in 111 111 11111 ' it .aH... n 1 nasi at mimbm mi wwi ,JM jrt'''"1" 4 'Hr ""'"T t"' k , -. ri t .4" . v ALBUQUEUOUE EVENING ClTIZEy PAGE SIX. . THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1905. 'A FRANCE NOT LIKELY TO ELECT A PRESIDENT LIKE ROOSEVELT l'aris. Nit. Ifi. To judge from outward evidences, no one couhl pos sibly guess that France is to have a now president In three months at the latest. The electioneering, the speech making, the newspaper activity, the genera! animation which proclaim American presidential elections for months in advance, are singularly ab sent here. Perhaps tlie reason Is that In America the people choose their president, while in France It Is done by the two houses of parliament, In Joint session. And while the pub lic Is taking quietly what It Is power less to prevent, there Is no doubt In parliamentary circles a vast amount of buttonholing. When the new French president is to be elected to succeed Emlle I.oubet. all the member o...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 16 November 1905

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1905. PAQ SEVEN. AL1JUUUEKUUE EVENING CITIZEN RESERVOIR WILL RECLAIM INDIANS Government Work on the Reservation to Have a . Double Effect. HARPER DISCUSSES WORK out. The men probably thought thplr victim was deal when they threw him from the bridge. Mr. Witt Is not dangerously wounded. He cannot give any reason for the attack. He fays his assailants were white men. FROM THE SAGE BRUSH "THE TEMPLE OF BACCHUS." I. Just down the street and. across the wa)-. A temple has stond full many a day; And Hacchus looks out from its dome on high, 1 With a drunken smile,- to a cloudless sky; j And the sills arc worn by the tramp I or feet, I , In the temple of Bacchus, across t tie J. B. Harper, superintendent of Ir-i street, ligation In the Indian department at I II. Washington una In Denver the other! And the high priest there, In vest- day from the Zunl Indian reservation,; menta white, New Mexico, where 'ne Is In charge of i Swiiigcth his censor the livelong the count m...

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. — 16 November 1905

ALHUOUEHOUE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE EIGHT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 190S. Good c onoes Tin ro nr" smiiP cheap sImips that lik veil, hut don't wenr woll. Good shoes lioiicht at our plare mean shops that ar well anl Klve satisfaction. Wp chare moderate prirof, but ymi ran depend upon thp stylo, quality fit of our foot wear. AT Babies' Short . , . B0cto1.25 GJH' Shoeg 85cto2.25 Boy' Shoe .$1.00 to $2.50 Women' Shoeg $1.65 to $4 00 Women's Slipperg 65c to $2.76 Men's Shoes $1.65 to $4 00 Men's Slipper 75c to $2.50 Right Prices 00OC"000a0 OOOOOOOOO . . .... f ex. ooooooooooooo Remember Thanksgiving! It's rapidly approaching, and re member also that our store affords the beRt facilities for the selection of the beat groceries and table deli cacies. Everything that tends to make your Thanksgiving dinner a source of gastronomic delight, will be found in our stock, which lias been most carefully provided for the Thanksgiving season. F. r. TROTTER Nos. 118 and 120, South Second St. IA)CAIj and PKK...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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