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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 19, 1898.
Speaker Reed's Rulings Sustained
Efforts to Brine op Cabas Belllrer
ency Resolution Failed.
Cksliaiaa Hltt Made Eitcndca Statcmeat
to Cabaa Stiaattoa.
Washington, Jan. 19. When tba doom
eonveued to-dty the leaders on both sides
were arraying their forma tor a renewal
of tba battla over Cuba.
Mr. L-nney (rep. North Carolina), from
the committee on elections No. 1, report
ad that at G. L. Coiner bad abandoned
tha content agalnrt II. 0. Clayton from
tba Third Alabama district, and reaolu
tloo was adopted declaring air. Clayton
ntllled to hi aeat.
Groat (rep, Vermont) reported the Dis
trict ot Columbia appropriation bill.
Mr. Laeey (rep, Iowa; aeked unaulmoua
eonwut for tha eoueideretlon of a bill to
itend tha homestead law to tha terri
tory of Alaska, and to grant the right of
way to any railroad under the lawa of
Mr. Laeey explained eereral applica
tion that were made to bit committee
by aereral companies projecting road
Into Canada and the committee decided
to report thle general bill.
Mr. 8 1 Dip) n laid the bill was too Im
portant to ronelder by unanimous con
sent and ot jxcted.
Mr. Brucker (dem. Mich.) asked unani
mous consent fir the eonelderatlon ot a
rerto'utloa to Instruct the committee on
foreign affairs to report without further
delay the senate Cuban belligerency re
solution. Mr. HUt, chairman of the for
eign affairs commutes, raised a point of
order, which the speaker promptly sus
tained, aud wai about to recognise Mr.
Hltt to call np the diplomatic and consu
lar appropriation bill, wben Mr. Bailey
"Let ui Qrst dispose ot thin question of
order," be aald. "The chair sustained
the point of order," retorted the speaker.
Then 1 appeal," called Bailey acroee the
ball to Brucker, who eutered an appeal
from the decision ot the chair. A dosen
members were on their feet demmdlng
recognition to debate the appeal, but the
speaker recognlied Mr. Dalcell, who
moved to lay It on the table. This cut ( ft
debate. On a rising vota IhsTepubllcan
stood firm aud voud 107 to 94 to lay ap
peal on the table.
The bouse went Into a committee of
the whole and resumed It consideration
ot the diplomatic and consular appro
prlatton bill. Aa soon as the first para
graph was read Williams (dem.. Miss.)
offered au amendment to direct the pree
Ident to appoint three eommltudonere to
proceed to Cuba aud If possible to nego
tiate a treaty of peace, amity and com
merce with the republic ot Cuba and ap
propriating 115,000 tor defraying the ex
penses ot the commissioner. It was
ruled out of order.
Lewis (dem., Waeh.) offered another
amoudmeut providing to emphasize the
fact that a state ot war existed in Cuba
the consul general of Hawaii be with
drawn and the Koverument notified of a
suspension of diplomatic relations at
Hltt raised a point of order, which Hep
burn, In the chair sustained.
"I appeal from the decision of the
chair," said Lewis.
"I make a point that the appeal 1 dila
tory," exclaimed Dalzell (Rep., Pa.)
"The chair sustains the point," de
clared Hepburn, who directed the clerk
to proceed with the reading.
Kxcltement was at a boiling point
Terrv (Dem, Ark.), shouted a protest,
'Van It be possible that we have reached
a point where this side ot the house can
not appeal from a decision ot the chair V
Hepburn directed Terry to take bl
Lewis found a parliamentary way of
dlcutng bis amendment, however, by
moving pro forma an amendment to
strike out the laet word.
Chairman Hltt, of the committee on
foreign affairs, made an extended state
ment on the Cuban situation. He re
viewed the course ot the administration
In the successful demands for the release
of American citizens, Its pro tent against
the Inhuman methods of war resulting
In the removal ot Weyler. This showed
what spirit animated the president and
what might be expected of him. He ap
pealed to all to uphold the band of the
president uat aa all voloee united In up
holding the president In the Venezuelan
crisis at a moment when hi action was
fraught with profoundest responsibility.
The democrat made frequent Ineffec
tual attempt to amend the bill so as to
meet the Cuban situation in some shape,
but all amendments fell under point of
IN THK SENATE.
In the senate Mr. Vest gave notice that
he would at the conclusion of the morn
ing business move to take up the Teller
resolution, reported by the finance com
mittee yesterday, air. Hoar offered a
resolution relative to a receut order ot
WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware.
the postmaster general, mincing the
number of letter carrier In some large
cities on account of a deficiency In the
free delivery abpmprlation. Mr. Wol-
ctt, chairman of the pot Mil nee and post
roads committee, objected to a reference
of the resolution to bl committee. He
said the commltt1 was utterly power
lee to afford lelief for the trouble at
which the resolution wa directed.
The debate in the eeuate over the let
ter carrier' service continued at come
length. Hoar strongly appealing for an
additional appropriation to prevent re
ductions of deliveries
A resolution wa passed asking the
postmaster-general what money wa
needed to maintain the excellence ot tb
Tbe senate weut Into executive session
on the Hawaiian annexation treaty.
KD1SON TtN TO UULD MIJMJK.
Will Hall a Mill la Maw M.ilea ThatWa,
Wars a Haw Kra,
Denver, Jan. 19. A special dispatch
from Hants Ke to the Republican aays:
8bould all the good thing come to
pass that are now lu sight, the mining
iliMirlet of Dolores, Kau Pedro and Co
chin will this eamn bloenoru ont with a
season of Industrial life that will give
them rank among the leading camps In
At Dolores, as already briefly announc
ed, Thomas A. Kdlson, the Inventive gen
lous propose to erect a plant that will
revolutionize the milling of low grade
ore in New Mexico, It not Indeed,
throughout the whole country. lie hope
to aoooinpllHh tor tbe gold Induxiry
equally as much aa be he. don for iron
milling in New Jersey and New
Mexican are rather proud of the fact
that he has selected this territory a the
field for bl operations. For more than
a year Mr. Kdlson ha been experiment
ing in his laboratory with the gold ores
of south Banta Ke county and word Is
now at band that be has so far succeeded
as to Justify bim building a mill ot SMI
tons' daily capacity, which i to be plant
ed at Dolores, near the center ot the Or
tiz mine grant
BOCUUT THI ORTlX GRANT.
And In doing this Kdlson ha not over
loaded hi personal business Interests,
for he ha wisely got on the ground floor
of a big mining deal which promises to
add largely to his seal in constructing
the nioel complete gold mill ot the times.
It is said that Kilison, lu company with
H. fl. Burn, an Kugllxh mining engineer,
Jaoies W. Perry, of New York city, and
other, bave organized a syndicate and
taken a two years' lease and bond on
the Ortiz miue grant There are M.ooo
acres In this tract and the price is $1,
qoo.ooo. The lease, which is made to
Perry by L. M. Lawson, of New York, and
the New Mexico Mining company, was re
cently placed on record here, and It
working I snch that amount practically
to sale ot the grant property, though
the bulk ot the money Involved will not
be paid until few eqnattera who now
hold claim on the graut are ousted or
settled with, and this may require two
years' time. Under the lease Perry binds
himself to diligently explore and develop
tbe property, and one ol hi Qrst enter
prise will be the erection of Kdlson'
mill. Tbe Atchison, Topeka A Saute Ke
railroad Is also to be extended through
the grant from Madrid to Dolors, dis
tance of six mile.
PLENTY OF ORB IN SIGHT.
As for exploration, that la Dot at all
necessary to begin with, for there Is
scarcely an acre of tbe entire M.Oiio-acre
tract that doe not carry gold. Kxpert
Burn ha been over the ground time and
agalu and made exhaustive tests. Tbe
gulches are filled with placer gravel and
the mountain reveal great dikes, hun
dreds of feet wide, that yield ft and up
ward lu gold to the ton. The Ortiz mine
workings are taken as a test of the gold
hearing rock o far as depth Is concerned.
Its main shaft I down 800 feet, to the
water level. Contract have just been
let for sinking 300 feet lower. Two 80
ton H mi ting-ton mill are now treating
the ore from thl mine and Superintend
ent Karle has ordered a third mill.
Near the Ortiz mine, which enjoys the
distinction of being the oldest gold pro
ducer on American soli, the new Kdlson
plant Is to be established this summer,
and It is eats to assert that it "blowing
in" will be heralded with joy from all
over the mining world, since Kdlson is
not the man to go tar in such enterprises
before he bas thoroughly mastered bis
Hattar Thaa 1 Per Ceat
Buying clothing at Simon Stem' at
fie price quoted beat any Investment
to be bad In town, even It you bold the
good until next season. Prices are lit
erally cut to pieces. Bimon Btern,
The Kallroad Avenne Clothier.
For a good job go to K. J. Post & Co.;
they employ competent mechanics from
TBI MAZSJ SELLS
Genuine New Orleans niolsHwe In bulk
tor 75c per gallon.
Tbe Citizen yesterday afternoon, In
It article of the "Silva Resort" Are,
stated that there Is an Insurance of
11.700 on the property. Mr. Culley, of
the Arm ot Culley & Armljo, who held
the policy In the Royal company, state
that the Insurance wa divided as fol
lows: (1,000 on the building; $500 on
the liqnor and merchandise; $100 on
the store and bar room fixtures, and $100
on household and kitchen furniture. Mr.
Culley drove out to the ruins aud states
that It was a very complete fire and easy
to be adjusted.
The great underwear aale at tbe Keon
omlst U made np ot the finest line of
muslin and cambric to be had. No trash
and full width and length In every gar
ment. Read notice "bid wanted," by J. H.
Frlsby, clerk ot board ot supervisors,
Holbrook, Arizona, In another column.
You can make $3 an hour by reading
K. L. Washburn & Co.' add. and acting
BLACK JMS GANG!
Surrounded Near Mexican Border
and One Killed.
Four Captured tad Afterward
Killed la Trylnc u Escape.
Colorade Coal nt.net CIom Dowa aa Ac
count of Miners' Strike.
COTTOS WlaTIir STUXB.
Tuosoo, Ariz., Jau. Is. It la reported
that Black Jack's gang was surrounded
In the mountains near the boundary line
by several posses. Including posse sent
out by the Mexican government, and a
fight occurred In which om robber wa
killed and four captured. Two at
tempted to escape and were shot la flight.
Tb other two were In the hand ot the
Mexican o (Beers and It 1 claimed met
death in like manner. Tbe remaludet
ot the free hooters went In a southerly
direction and are supposed to be In the
Sierra Madre mountains.
coal mnamr st&ike.
Nartaara Oeloraoa Caal Mlaat Class
Xtawa aa. !, lata.
Lafayette, Colo, Jan. IV. At the joint
meeting ot tb four district coal miners'
anion, comprising Marshall, Louisville,
Krle and Lafayette, resolutions were
unanimously demanding Increased wage
and all miners were ordered ont This.
practically close down the entire north
ern Colorado coal fields, and 1,200 men
Tha ttaaawlaa Ulvaraaa.
New Xork. Jan. 111. Justice Pryor, of
the supreme court, to day confirmed the
report ot ex-Judge Donahue a referee,
recommending that a decree of absolute
divorce be granted Nellie R. Goodwin,
wife of Nat C. Goodwin, the actor.
Goodwin I authorized to pay hi di
vorced wife $75 a week alimony.
rail, la Oalo-Ta.1 Vol Basalt SS ta SO
Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 19. Ia the bouse
tod-ay a test vote on re-organlzatlon re
sulted 68 to 60 against tb proposed
change. Speaker Mason, In giving some
Hanna men the best cbalrmansptps,
quieted the reorganisation agitation.
Ha form la civil Sarvlaa.
Washington, Jan. IV. when the In
vestlgation ot the civil service by the
senate committee was resumed to-day,
Chief Clerk K, 0. Bailey, ot the chief ex
aminer's office of the civil service com
mission, advised a general re-elasalQce-
Uou ot government office. The pres
ent grouping be described as accidental.
based on salaries, while he believed it
should be based on the kind of work
done, which would be of great advantage
In preparing examinations.
Of Saathara and WaaUra StaU. la b U.ld
at Tampa, Via.
Tallahassee, Kla, Jan. 19. Governor
Bloxham Issued Invitations to the gov
ernors of southern and western states
to send delegate to tha fifth annual see
Ion of the South and West Commercial
congress at Tampa, Kla , Feb. 8, 9 and 10.
The principal object of tbe congress are
to consider mean to Increase Inter
change ot all merchanlse and manufac
tured articles between the south and
west aud to promote the movement ot
grain and all other product ot the west
ern stata to southern distributing mar
ket and through southern port for ex
port. Stria Sllaatlua Uaobanfad.
Boston, Jan. 18 At the eottou manu
facturing centers, New Bedford, Bldde
ford and Lewleton, In which strike ar
In progress, everything Is quiet Secre
tary Hart, of tbe New Bedford anion,
looks tor no particular change for at
least two weeks.
Chirac Stoca Maikat,
Chicago, Jan. 19. Cattle Receipts,
16,000; market steady.
Beeves, $3.0O(6Jt; cows and belters.
$2.101X0; stackers and feeders, $3,363
4.35; Texas steer. $3.60tf4.35.
Sheep Receipts, 30.000; market weak
to 10 cent lower.
Native sheep, $2.904.60; wciterna,
S 504.40; lambs, $4 oo5.70.
Maryland aaaatortal Vnatast.
Annapolis, Md Jan. 19 The first bal
lot for senator to-day resulted: McConias,
36; Shaw. 11; Shryock. 2; Mllltken, 8;
Barber, ; Fourner, 1 ; Gorman, 46; Find
lay, 3; Parran, 6; Lowndes, 1. Total,
113. Necessary to choice, 67. Absent, 4.
Not a flllbaator.
Wilmington, 11., Jan. 19.-Captaln
Murphy, charged with filibustering In
eouoiyt'on with tbe steamer Laurada,
wa to-day declared aot guilty by the
Calaaaa Urata Marka.
Chicago, Jan. IV. Wheat January,
91 'e; May, tM&c. Corn January, SHe;
May, ZH'.e. Oat January, 22c; May
New Tork. Jan. lV.-Sllver,
Lead, $3.65. Copper. lOc.
New Tork, Jan. 19. Money on call,
easy, at 2g2 per cent Prime mer
cantile paper. 834.
Old ITrlaad. Mast.
T. J. Helm, the popular and wide-awake
general agent ot the Denver & Rio
Grande railway, with headquarter at
Santa Fe, la In the city, coming down
from the north laet night and register
ing at Sturges' Kuropean. This morn
ing hs met an old friend in Hon. A. W.
W lunar d, who Is here from Los Angeles
on hi way to bis boms In Indianapolis,
Ind. A number ot years ago, wben Mr.
Helm was a power In politic In India
napolis, Mr. Wlshard was bit right baol
bower, and they mad the old twentetti
ward of that city bum when they wert
about Mr. Helm now represents a Brsv
class railway company and la on a visit
to central and southern New Mexico la
the Interest ot bl duties.
"At Oaf Caaa lalaaa."
Notwithstanding the fact that the om
pany playing "At Gay Coney Island" at
tbe opera buuse last night were greatly
handicapped from the fact that their bag
gage and scenery did not reach the eity
on account of the fire In the tunnel near
Ash Fork, they furnished the play-lovii.g
people of this city with one of the cboia
est entertainment that hava - wtt
a. i brie lor many a day. A
large audience wa present and from tbe
beginning to the cud ot the play It was
kept In one continuous roar ot laughter.
The play abounded In ludicrous equa
tion and the humor was always fresh
and sparkling. Tbe singing was excel
leut and wa on ot the most pleasing
leatnre ot ths entertainment. That
Matthew and Bulger in their line ate
ttar ot the first magnitude Is the verdict
ot all who heard I hem last night
HDOtUUT TO HOet-ITAL.
For rata Matthaw. Jamas Vataw aail
rfaaaaa Mart Hara for Traataaaat.
Foreman C. R. Matthews. Jams Hart
and James Votaw, three of the Injured In
tbe tunnel wreck near Villi lams, were
brought In from tb west laet night and
taken to the company's hospital on south
Hart la suffering from several bad
bruise and burns on leg and back.
Votaw, whose parents and wife reside
In thl city, baa a scalp wound and his
back I (trained.
Matthew' left hip I badly dislocated,
and there are several small burn about
hi head and face. HI wife and brother,
R. A. Matthew, earn in with him from
Williams, aud ar registered at Sturges'
Short, another victim ot the tunnel
fire, and who was brought In on the de
layed train yesterday afternoon. Is rest
ing easy to-day. He has a scalp wound
and I badly burned oa one of his leg.
Hsthaway, a shop employe, this city.
has been alck at bis room at the Ruby
house tbe past few days. Hs was re
moved to the hospital this afternoon.
District Coart Mawa.
In ease No 4919, AIjiizo B. MrMlllea vs.
BL L. Keaggy, Judgment by default was
entered sgalnst ths defendant on a prom
issory note for $417.66, with It per cent
Interest, aecordlog to the terms of the
Case No. $404, Uujh Sulllrei vs. T. A.
Anstln etal, raa dismissed by plaintiff.
Case No. 4V67 bas been filed by Fledad
Montoya vs. Louis verhart The plain
tiff sues for $5,000 damages for Injuries
sustained by the plaintiff being blttru,
torn and lacerated by a vicious dog b
longing to the defendant Judge B. P.
Adams and Tomaa Montoya are the at
torneys for the plaintiff.
There will be a birthday party given
by the Ladles' Aid society of the Lead
avenue Methodist church on Thursday
evening, January 20th, at the horns ot
Mrs. Matson, No. 611 south Broadway, to
whleh everybody is Invited. There will
be a literary and musical program; eake
and eoffe will be served. Please come.
bringing a many cents as you are old.
Bugs fur tbe money will be furnished at
the door to all who hare not already been
Tbe first ot the tri weekly flyers passed
through the eity to day. It weut west
over tha Demlng route. The fljer from
the west came in by way of Demlng at
3:5 this afternoon, which Is thirty min
utes ahead of time. Thl was due to tbe
tact that It bad no stop to make alrng
the new route. The regular train go
over the Santa Fe Pacific route and the
passenger aud baggage are transferred
at tbe tunnel.
Louis Imbert, tbe Los Corrates fruit
raiser and brandy manufacturer, brought
his "till" to tbe city this mornlug to be
repaired. He states that the Los Corrale
farmer and fruit raisers bave already
commenced preparing ground tor the
Prof. James Henry Ward may now be
found at K. of P. ball every week day ex
ceptlng Munday, from 9:16 a. ra. to 10:18.
The change ot houis ha been necessi
tated by tbe large Increase of puplla.
Kinil Maun swore, A. D. Johston cried
and K. L. Medler prayed while being
offered as a sacrifice ou the altar of Pa
triarchal Odd Fellowship In AUmque-que
Kocampmeut, No. 4, last night.
Otto Dleckmaun, the Third street real
estate and Insurance ageut, left last
night tor Show Low, Arizona, on bus
iness. He will be absent about a week.
As previously msutloned lu this paptt
Mr. A. Arplo, accompanied by her
mother and two children left this morn
lug for Kl Paso.
GEO. C.GAINSLEY &C0.S
Red Letter 5ale
We Are Offering Some Bargains in
Footwear. Sale Lasts Until Jan. 25.
Geo. C. Gainsley & Co.
12S South S.cond Street.
Committee oa Territories
Yote on Them Wednesday.
Fire at Randsbnrr, California,
Caotc Loss of $100,000.
President DU Goci to Waihlorlea la
HanilnriOB't Special Car.
Washington, Jan. 19. The house com
mittee on territories to day, after eon
eluding the bearing ot argnmepta fixed
on next Wednesday a meeting for to vote
on the statehood blU ot Oklahoma, New
Mexico and Arizona.
Om Ola Maa SaM ta ha la rear Baal la
London, Jan. 19 Tbe rail Mall Ga-
xstte announces Gladstone's poor health
which cause great auxlety.
Cannes, Jan. 19.-Th health ot Mr.
Gladstone la fairly satisfactory.
WaaalaatM la Oa ar Rsatlaf
taa's Prtrata Cara.
Ban Francisco. Jan. 19. President Ban
ford & Dole, of Hawaii, reviewed tha
troops at the presidio to-day. He will leave
here for the east this evening in a special
eoach provided by Mr. Huntington.
Thirty Straatara. Baraaa CatalllasLaaiaf
Raodsbnrg, Cat, Jan. 19. Fir broke
out this morning in a vacant building on
Rand street aud thirty structures were
cousumed within an hour. Everything
was swept clean on both side of Rand
street from Btaley avenue to above tbe
Kilt theater, and one portion ot Broad
way. This Includes ths postome and
sum of tb largest (tore of the camp,
tod will entail a lost close on to $100,
000. The fire was checked by tearing
down building and moving them.
Kaaaaa City Marhat.
Kansas City, Jan. 19.-Cattle Receipts
VXX); market steady to lower.
Texas steers, $36004.20; Texas cow
t?.63.26; native steers $3 75g6.O0;
native cows and heifers, $2.o4.10i
aiockera ai,d feeder, $l&O(gt.0O; bulla.
bUeep RaceiptB, 8,000; market weak.
Lambs. $4.26416.60: muttons. aj.60ol
Km Sa.r.tary Valrohlld Baar.
Washington, Jan. 19. Secretary Gag
did not go on with hi hearing before the
house committee on banking and cur
rency to-day owing to a cold. Kx-8ecre
tray Faircblld was heard further on vari
ous currency features ths purpose being
to develop the probable effect of the pro
posed currency legislation. General War
ner, president ot the Bimetallic associa
tion, Representative IlarUnan and other
sliver leader were present
Accompanied with plans and specifica
tions for a court house and jail, In one
structure, to be built of brick or stone.
In the town of Holbrook, Arizona. Cost
not to exceed $!-,noo. All bids to be In
by February 18, 1WH. The board reserve
tb right to reject any and all bid. Ad
dress all communications to
J. H. Fhihbt,
Clerk Board ot Supervisor, Holbrook,
Til K MAZB 1 SKLLINO.
Good velveteen for 17Hc.
Lace curtains that would be cheap at
$l. for 7."c
Ladies' corsets slightly soiled, 26c.
Ijulies' kid gloves, 60c to (sic.
Positively the loweet prioed house In
For a good Job go to K. J. Post A Co ;
they employ competent mecliauic from
JNO. VAN MANUKA,
R. J. Post tc Co. bave them in stock.
Get their price aud av money.
Kustaqnlo Padllla, accused of the mur
der of Faustln Ortla In Santa Fa In
March, 18U0, la on trial at the capital.
Judge Smith 1 hearing the ease, Judge
Laughlin being disqualified.
Gas fitting. R. L. Dodsnn.
S le AKfiiu
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 S. Second St.
llvat on f.ditih.
Reliable Shoe Dealera.
Mall Order" Given
and I'romptly Filled
Stocktaking Is Over...
Now to get rid of the odds and ends that wero culled
from the various departments. Wo aro selling them
fast. Still, we havo a good many Special Bargains
lefty but they will not last long jit theso
It will pay you to como in and look over our Bargain
BARGAIN NO. 1
One lot Imported Novelty Dresa
Patterns, worth up to $15.00, on
bargain table, at $3.SO
BARGAIN NO. 2.....
One lot Fine Broche and Brocaded'
Silk Vtlevta, worth up to $3.50
per yard, on bargain table at .... . 7 So
BARGAIN NO. 3
One lot Fine Cloakingn, worth up
to $3.50 a yard, on bargain table
at, per yard $1.00
BARGAIN NO. 4,
One Lot Linen Towels, worth 15c
to 35c each, on bargain tables at
9c, 15c and 10o
It will pay you to consider.
FIRST. We have just received twenty-five dozen Fleeced
Lined, Camel-Hair Shirts and Drawers, which '
will be sold at 50c a garment
SECOND. A consignment of fifty Ulsters and Overcoata
that coat $6.00 to make, only $5.0O
THIRD. Fifty fine Keraey Overcoata and Chinchilla Ulstera,
worth $13.00 a garment, to doae out at $7.50
FOURTH. Our Boya' Overcoata and Ulatera, $5.00 and
$6.00 grades, all going at $3.50
E. L. Washburn Si Co,
AO Pattern 10c and 15c
1 898--ADVANCE SALE--1 898.
Ladies' IVInsliii Wear.
Every Garment brand new and made precisely in the mode that will prevail this Spring. Better
G xxh and LOWER PRICES than those offered at January," "Alteration,"
'Clearing,H "Inventory" and aay-anything sales.
.. We Mluatrate a Few of Our Many Novelties In Thle Great Sale-.
W mr WiSVMiWm 5Q
.t.4.IjY --a&TJU t
Gown, Bklrtrf, Chilli, Drawer,
LOT NO. 1,
Pcrfwt fitting Embroidered Comet Corers. .
Clillilreu' Valt aad Drawer. ,t aud 8 yr.
LOT NO. a...
Ladle' full Rise night dreme
beautiful Htylea la tins Kuibroldered Corset
Ladle Manila and Cambrlo
LOT NO. 3...
Novelties In Ladle' eitra flu
Ladle' full alte Kmbroldered
Ladle' wide and milled and
ana iiuureim Drawer
Lot 7 at VM, Lot 8 at U'J and Lot 9 at $1.08 eoimUt of eople from the Krench ot Flu Umbrella Drawers, high
grade Kreuch Mgut Uowua, Lace Kuibruidered UklrU.
204 Railroad Avenue, Albuqu"iuo, N M.
THE HKST LIMITED STOKE IN THE CIT7.
Coraet Covvrs, also Ctilldreu' M'lxlln Wear
see wtnaow uispiay 1 oaie uegine Monday Morning.
LOT NO. 5...
Agent- for Hutter
Ick's Pattern and
Dr. Jaeger' Un
ilerwear. ijj :
25 Per Oont Discount on
All Capes and Jackets.
$20.00 Wrapa, now $13.00
$10.00 Wraps, now 7JJO
$5.00 Wraps, now 3.75
$3.00 Wraps, now 2.2 S
BARGAIN NO. 5......
One lot of Woolen Dreaa Goods in
Beautiful Plaids, Lovely Broradca,
Handsome Plain Colors and Fancy
Weaves, worth up to $1.00 per
on bargain tables at 25c,
Any Ladies' Walking Hat in the
house at Actual Cost (Nothing
Day aa Received.
In great rarlety dlvMed Into 0 lot.
r''vi'''i'V'i"'1 J i'i t !
LOT NO. 4...
Ladle' Marffoerltee. floe aloalln Cambric
(Kiwna, Kaiirjr Comet Cover
LadW Heiiintlohed Lac aud Kuitroidered A Qn
Umbrella Drawer 'TwU
Ladle Kmbroldered bklrta. ;
Kmbroldered Night Oowns, Lac Umbrella
aud hmbruldered Imbrella Draw
LOT NO. 6...
Kxceiittonal value In Kuibttiidered Gowns,
Drawer, bklrta aud Ladle' Kmbrold fnf1
ered extra luug Marg-ueiile I WW