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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 15. 1890.
The Albtouebqde D
Senate Wants Information
Sale of Kansas Pacific.
Bill Passfd RfrulaWnc Loans
Officer of Banks.
Home to Consider Laid Bill on Sccoad
Class Mall sutler.
COTTOI KILL STSIXS.
Washington, Feb. 16. Pettui (Ala.)
asrurtd th pssssg of a rssolnllon r
quoting th president It not Ineompst
lbl with the public Intercut to Inform
the senst what action had bna taken
In reference to the murder ot Begnndo N.
Lnpra, a ellltcn of the United Stat,
April lltb, 1 In Cuba, br ths armed
soldiers of 8pln commanded by CoL
Kittrncli. The resolution Introduced yea
terday by llarrta (Kane) directing the
attorney general to furnish the senate
with Infornmtloa a to the asrremont
reached by the government wlih. the re
organisation committee of the Union Pa
clllfl railroad concerning the Kansas
Pacific branch waslald before the seuate.
Harris aald the Union Pacific for a long
time attempted to Influence congress aod
officiate of the ' admlulstratlou to knI
down the debt, that the company mlgt.t
glv 60 per cent. A year n last Jann
ary the company made arrangement with
Cleveland'! administration, by which Ihe
road wm to be disposed of with a low to
the government of about 2H 00j.no.
Public Hentlmeiit wan aroused from
Maine to Cttlifornli, the dsmtntot th
people, he all, being that they should
not lie swindled out of the enoi uioua sum
The resolution ot Senator Ilarils re
lallug to the Kan Pacific railroad
passed the senate a-i M!ot-:
"Kisolved, Thiit the alloriny general
1 directed to Inform the seuMe If he i0
thorlsed the abandonment ot hla ei
pressed lutet.tlou to rediera the first
iwortgnge bolide Issued by the Union Pa
c.B Kallroad oompaLy, eastern division,
now the Kaneaa PaciUu division of the
Union Paoillc railway, and ak Ihe post
ponement of the aale thereof and for the
appointment of a receiver therefor in the
interest of the government of the Pulled
State; and aim If he authorized the
agreement by which aald property ia to
be sold for the face value of tt subsidy
bonds, resulting iu a loee to the govern
ment of 0,n24,107, and If the government
baa agreed not to bo a bidder at suld
IN Till hui-hk.
Hy a vote of 10 to 3 the honse commit
tee on military affaire, return! (o favor
ably report the Odell bill authorlalng
any denomination, aect or religion to
erect a building tor rel'glous worrhlpou
any military reservation.
, In the house Psyno (rep. N. T.) chair
man ot the roniuiittes on merchant ma
rine, called up a bill to amend the navi
gation lata of the L'liiU d State. Payne
explained that the bill had beeu prepar
ed by the treasury department and was
designed to protect our eeava"t trade
along the TurlUc coa.-t with Al.w ka The
bill paeeed without division.
Cm (Dem., Tt-nu ), from the committee
on blinking and currency, called up
bill to "better col trol and promote the
safety ot national uuuks."
The bill provided tliut no national bank
shall make a loan to the presldeut
or any other officer or employe of the
bank until such otll-er or employe ha
submitted a proposition for the loan In
writing to the director and It had been
approved by a niji rlty of them and In
no case shall the loan exceed the amount
permitted by law. The bill tan pawed,
The house agreed to consider the Loud
Mil relating to second-clam mail matter
March 1, 2 and 3.
COTTON mills STumr.
luilHallou. Tht It Will Fall rutin
Lowell, Uses., Keb. IS. From present
indications the recommendation of the
conference committee advocating a gen
oral strike In the cotton mills will fall
MU In this city. President Klnselia, ot
the Weavers' union, says: "There will be
uo strike here aa long as the professional
agitators keep away and allow us to man
age our own affairs."
The union ot drawing In girls, warp
cs and spotters decided it nnadvlsuble to
consider the recommendation and all
tfforts should be concentrated npon the
strike at New Bedford for the present.
Chloata NtunB Mai k at.
Chicago, Keb. 14. Cattle Receipt,
3.500. Market, steady.
Beeves, 3.W0ijo.30; cows and heifers,
12.104.60; stockers and feeders, 3 60(4
4.60; Texas steers, f 3.604 40.
Sheep Keceipt. 13,000. Market steady
Native eheep, 3.1(tej4.50; westerns.
lIMiyji.CO; lambs, (4 5OG5.60.
Aa arlatocrat riMtli Oallljr.
London, Keb. 16. In the oeutral crlm
lnal court to day Lord William Neville,
fouith son of the Marquise ot A bergs v
auny, charged with fraud tn connection
with the suit of "Sam" Lewis, a money
lender, against Spencer Clay, to recover
IES WIEE IES IT U1LU uJiu
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
11,118 due on two promissory notes
cashed by Lord Neville, pleaded guilty to
trend, but claimed he was not guilty of
forgery. He was sentenced to Cve year
Marlea! In nttaaara; Mala.
Pittsburg, Pa., Keb. IS. The south
wall of the Union Storage company
building, destroyed In the big fire last
Wednesday, fell today. A number of
boys at ploy about the rains were burled.
Two were rescued alive. Part ot Ihe
wall are extremely dangerous and the
searchers are In danger of being burled.
Defeated la Iowa, To.
Dee Moines, Iowa, Keb. 16. The bill to
ubmlt the suffrage amendment was de
feated In the nppor house of ths general
assembly Unlay, 40 to 47.
Ths Sotilal Daaaa by ths Yoanf Ladlaa'
Llbrar Aaaoolatlaa a aaemaa.
As previously stated, the fourth annual
social by th Young Ladies' Library asso
ciation of the Catholic chnrch took place
at the Armory ball last night, and proved
one ot the most delightful affair held
at this hall for some time.
There was present a large crowd; the
floor was In excellent condition tor danc
ing; the music by Professor Dl Mauro's or
chestra was grand, and everybody bad a
M. 8. Tlerney was the gallant floor
manager, and P. J. Murphy and J. P.
Prestelle the committee. K. Qulnllven.
J. Donahoe and J. Boyo were the ex
cellent reception committee. The society
was ably represented by It president.
Mis Mamie Donahue, Mis Agne Quln
llven, secretary, and Misses Dora llell
weg, Josephine Haium, Bertha Bonefleld,
Nellie White, Ida Mason, Margaret Kg-
g. r, Josephine Hants, Kllnbeth Powers,
Mattle Couliodon and others.
The programs were very attractive and
pretty, representing St. Valentine.
HI ASSUAL CONTRIBUTION,
Prad. Raira Laaaas Taa Dollar for U
This afternoon, Kred. Burrus, the old
generous Albuquerque prospector and
miner, called at ThuCititjcn office, and.
In a trembling voice, said: "I waut to
loave my annual contribution for the
Non-Sectarian Benevolont society. God
help the good ladles.''
With these words, this gray-haired old
gentleman pulled out hi pocketbook, and
the reporter took from hi quivering
hand a 10 bill, aud any lady, In author
ity, can call at this offloe and get the
money, leaving a receipt for It, so Mr.
Burrus can see that It "goe for charity,
aud for charity alone." as expressed by
the old gentleman.
"Last year," eontluued Mr. Burrus, "I
gave (15 to this worthy Institution, and
Intended to give the same amount thl
year, bnt two ladle called on me for
help thl morning, and I helped them."
Charity, when properly bestowed, is all
right, and the annnal contribution from
Mr. Burma are received with praise by th
ladle of the society.
$10,000 TO L04N.
An eastern party offer to loan $10,000
at 7 per cent. Security must be gilt
edged. Calvin Whiting.
The Young People' eocletle of the
city held nulon service at the Highland
Mttthodlst church Sunday night A duet,
entitled "Bella ot Couscleuce," by Mrs.
Dunlap and Mis Maud Summers,
wa one ot the most attractive
feature of the evening. President Lith
gow, ot the City Union, called np the
matter ot holding Sunday service at the
hospital and jail. A committee was sp
pointed to investigate the matter and re
port at the next meeting.
II. A. Mont fort, alderman from the
First ward, and hi most estimable wife
ill enter npon the thirty ninth year ot
their marriage to-morrow, to-day being
the thirty-eighth anniversary of that
Joyous event That the coming thirty
eight years may be replete with domestic
joy aud felicity I the wish ot Tm Cm-
D. J. Abel, the cigar man and ticket
broker, will move from hla present quar
ters on the south side ot Railroad avenue.
He has rented one of the Borradalle
buildings across the street, where he ex
pects In a very short time to be selling
hi flue brand ot cigar to patrons and
supplying travelers with reduced railroad
Yesterday afternoon, City Engineer
Pearson completed the survey of Gold
avenue, from Kdltb to lilgh streets, and
laid off the stake. Thl morning W. L.
Trimble & Co., who secured the grading
ewtitct from the elty, started their
t am at work.
Capt. W. W. Sleight, a well known citi
zen of Albuquerque, will leave to-nlgbt
for Denver, where he goe to attend the
Gen. Booth Salvation army meeting.
The captain will be absent several weeks.
John 6. Kittle, representing the Indi
anapolis Lock company, was In the city
yesterday looking for business tor hi
house, and left for 811ver City this morn
The program of the Philharmonic en
tertalnment will first be seen in Tut
Citizen of Saturday, February 30. Watch
Braids are the proper thing for drees
trimming. Iltuld's have all kinds.
Don't mis those new outings at th
Floor matting. Whitney Co,
SANTA FE RAILWAY
SPAIN ENRAGED !
Spanish Cabinet's Apology to
this Country Resented.
Populace Prefers War with United
States to Apolofy.
EmlU Zola's rrotpecti at Acnalttal la
Parti are Brlghtealag.
MiaswaLAts siuotrsLT at.
London, Feb. IS. A special from Mad
rid eay that the populace la greatly on
raged owing to a belief that the Spanish
cabinet ha apologlted to th United
States. The populace la bitterly opposed
to such a course.
The people prefer war to apology, think
ing that Spain will suffer least thereby,
as a war would be exceedingly disastrous
to th large commerce of the United
aaiila Cola's Trial.
Paris, Feb. 15. The crowd present at
the Zola trial to-day wa not ao largo a
yesterday. While some people are al
ready discussing the extent of the sen
tences, others regard the acquittal ot the
defendant as certain, as It la vtdent
that the court la becoming mora favor
ably disposed toward Zola.
Imports of Amorleaa Vralfc.
Berlin, Keb. 16. The Retchsanaelgsr Is
about to publish Instructions for carry
ing out the decree regulating Import ot
American fruit. The Bremen senate ha
already published Instruction going Into
effect yesterday, aud other porta and
revenue stations will follow suit
Contravention restrictions an punish"
able by confiscation ot good and a fln
of 1,000 marks. Infractions of th po
lice regulations are punishable by a fine
of sixty mark.
Tha Uaolaloa SUivoraait.
New Orleans, Keb. 15. The federal
court of appeals to-day decided tb ease
of the government against the noted 011-
bueteCThree Friends." The decision re
versed that of tb lower court, and ia
therefore against tha owner of th ves
sel. blamlaaed From tho Navy,
Washington, Keb.l 6.-Luther 8. Bil
lings, a pay director in the United State
navy, baa been fonnd gnllty by court
martial of falsehood and scandalous eon-
duct and sentenced to dismissal from the
ChloaaTOJ Urala Starfea.
Chicago, Fsb. 16. Wheat May. WH
dte; July, 860. Cora February,
ve;May, SOjya'je. OaU February,
Wealthy Capitalist Ltoad.
Cleveland, Keb. 15 George B. Hopper,
well known aa a large stockholder of th
Standard Oil company, died to-day at 60
years of ago. lie wa noted for hla liber
ality. Miss Wlllard III.
New York, Feb. 15. Mis France R.
Wlllard, president of the W. C. T. U.. Is
seriously 111 with the grip. The doctors
entertain hope of her recovery.
New York, Keb. 13. Money on call,
nominally, IiglJi per cent Prime mer
cantile pafwr, 3(g4.
Sllaor and Uu.
New York, Keb. 15. Silver,
Daath or Charlaa Z.lg.r, Jr.
Mr. D. Rudolph to-day received a lei
ter from Mrs. Charles Zelger, at Congress,
telling her of ths death ot ber oldest son,
Charles Zelger, Jr., at Ihe residence ot
bis grand-parents In Los Angeles. Mrs.
Zelger has been sick herself at Congress
for some time, ao that she baa been un
able to be at the bedside of her sick boy.
Mr. Zelger has had the body embalmed
and laid away In a receiving vault. UDtll
Mrs. Zelger is able to go to Los Angele.
Charles Zelger was th oldest eon of
Mr. aud Mrs. Zelger, and waa nearly
nineteen year ot age at the time of bis
death. Ue will be remembered by a num
ber of Albuquerqueana aa a handsome
aud healthy looking boy, who will be
surprised and pained to learn of bis early
That da Hasa Taa Suit.
A local In this morning's Democrat at
tempts to convey the Impression that In
bringing suit against Joes C. de Baca tor
taxes, District Attorney Finical uot only
began suit for taxes that have been paid,
but also waa Influenced by Improper mo
tives In beginning th suit Th Citi
'.in scribe examined the declaration on
file in the clerk' otllce, and found that
the suit was begun for taxes for the years
18U3-'U4 and '05, which bare long been
delinquent, and which are still unpaid
or, at least, th records ao show. It Is
mad by law the duty ot the district at
torney to bring suits tor the collection
of delinquent taxes. The board ot county
commissioners In August last passed
resolution Instructing Mr. Finical to
begin suite against all delinquents.
and this, after giving every one
six mouths to pay In, he 1 doing
without prejudice or showing partiality
In a single case. And on nice
thing about It la that he ha begun
a suit against no man who could not
bav paid at the time his taies
were duo It be had desired to do so.
Every man sued to date ha been amply
able to pay bla taxes as they became due,
and If they are sued they bav no one but
themselves to blame.
A Valaatlaa Luuchaoii.
Mr. J. It. Hayuea, wife ot the county
and city physician, eutertelued the wives
of Albuquerque' physician at a "Valen
tine Luncheon at ber residence at 334
North Walter (treat yesterday afternoon
Those present wert Mesdame Hope, Wall
Hlmoa, Wroth, Cornish, . Eaatenlay,
Pearea, Harrison and Pbelsn. A deli
cious lunch waa served, after which bas
ket filled with candy were passed around
that contained a slip of paper, with th
fotur of the receiver Inscribed. The
ladle next amused themselves at a guess
ing contest a glass jar tilled with coffee
beans being tho object ot their g 11 eases.
Mrs. Harrison proved th cleverest gnesa
er, and wa awarded th first prlxe, a
cup and saucer. Mrs. Wall mad tn
poorest guess, and received th booby
prise, a Chinaman made ot peanut.
Vaaaral or fraaa Oatlarraa.
Tb funeral services over tb body of
Frank A. Uutlerrea, who was shot and
killed by Manuel D. Uoosalea Sunday
morulng, were held In th church of th
Immaculate Conception at 10:30 o'clock
thl morning. Father A. M. Mandalarl
officiated. Tb church wa packed to It
utmost capacity by th friend and ac
quaintance ot lb deceased. The street
In tb locality of th church were
crowded In all directions with convey
ance of people who wished to follow the
body to It last resting place In Santa
Barbara cemetery and to wltoess the last
sad rite over ths remains of their dead
friend befor tbey were consigned to drtst.
It wa one of the largest funerals ever
witnessed In Albuquerque.
A KILLINU RKVORU.
Vast Stall aolao. No. 5, Slau.htar.
atock sad Raaaalaa aa Trark,
When Engineer Kd Jolly left K ansae
City a little behind hand with the fast
mall Thursday night be bad no Idea of
the narrow escape ho and the other oc
cupant of the train would have from be
ing wrecked, says the Topeka Stat Jour
The train of two cars, a mall car and a
coach, waa behind hand, and Engineer
Jolly polled the throttle open a soon as
he had a clear track out of Uolliday, and
th train flew at a record breaking speed.
When Lawrence wa reached ha was still
some behind the schedule time. A short
stop of about a minute was mad at
Lawrence and "the mall" pulled out for
Topeka. It wa a vary dark night and
nothing could b seen except the stretch
of track that was Illuminated by the
head light Th (mail station at Lake
View flew by like a flash, th train was
going at th terrlUe rate of slxty
flve mile an hour, when sud
denly Engineer Jolly and hla fireman wer
horror stricken to aeo by the glare of the
headlight within a hundred feet ot th
engine a bnnch of horses standing right
In the center ot the track. It waa useless
for Engineer Jolly to try to do anything
but whlstl and bsfors tb whistle had
blown a second the engine had strnck the
foremost horse and then the rest The
fireman and the engineer could feel th
shock a thssoglns struek each horse
and they could feel the aalmala being
ground to piece under th engin and
could see them being hurled to the right
and left Expecting every minute to
have ths engin go Into tb ditch and the
two cars after It the occupant of the
engine aat on their seats unable to do
anything but to wonder bow soon It
would bo before they weut down. But
tbey did not go oft tha track, and th oc
cupant of the coach probably did not
know bow near they came to being in a
most disastrous wreck. It wa fonnd
that tli engine had killed all ot the
stock, aeven large mules and one horse.
Disastrous wrecks have been caused
from an engine running over one horse,
large, heavy ten wheel engines at that
with a heavy train, but for engine No. 5,
the lightest engine In tho service, eight
wheels and weighing about Uiirty tons,
with a light train ot two cars, to striks
eight and not go Into the ditch Is a nitr
ide. The engine Is kuown as Ths Five
Hpot," and makes the run with the fast
mall from Kansas City to Topeka, with a
running time of ous hour aud thirty
minutes. In charge of Engineer Jolly.
This Is probably a record, as no other en
gine of the weight baa ever been knowu
to strike eight head ot stock and get
through without leaving the track. The
euglue crew are not at all anxious to ex
perieuce such a record breakiug feat
Chaaae la Huftlaaaa.
This morning, Keb. 16th, the dry goods
firm of L. B. Stern A Co., doing business
on Railroad avenue, changed bands, L.
B. Stern purchasing the lutersst of
his partner, Sol. Welller. "The
name of the Arm, however,'
said Mr. Stern, "will remain
the same, L. B. Stern & Co., and will con
tiuue to do bustuess at the old stand.'
Mr. Welller does not know, at the present
time, what business be will engage In,
but he says that Albuquerque will eon
tlnue to be his home indefinitely.
The body of Mrs. Twain, who died at
ber borne on South Broadway, has beeu
embalmed by Undertaker Strong, aud
will be shipped to her old borne In
Hoopeston, III., to-night. Dr. A. C. Welch
will conduct the funeral service, at the
undertaking parlors, to-night at 7:30
We would like to show
NEW BICYCLE SHOE
Of tho Celebrnted
N0HMAN & BENNETT MAKE.
The finest line in Albuquerque to
select from at Popular Prlcen.
GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO.,
Reliable Shoe Dealers.
Raging Along tbe Alaska Coast
Steamer Clara Nevada Burned and
Forty Men Perished.
Mardercr of Herbert A. lay, o Mk's
rak, Found Gnllty of Murder.
woaurs ivrriAot sirtATin.
Juneau, Alaska, Feb. 8, via Seattle,
Wash.. Keb. 15 During ths last four
days a terrible bllxa ird has been raging
along th coast from the head ot Lynn
canal to Fort WrangeL Th account
differ aa to the number ot victims, vary
ing from 17 to 17.
forty Maa Pertah.d.
Victoria, a C, Feb. 16. Th steamer
I-Oander brings newe that th steamer
Clara Nevada, of Seattle, had burned on
tt Lynn canal, and forty men on board
re supposed to have perished. Th Ne
vada left Bkaguay for Juneau on Feb
Mantar la firM Ia;roa).
Colorado Springs, Colo, Feb. 15. Shir
ley D. Chamberlain, charged with tbe
murder of Herbert U. Kay on Pike'
Peak, th night of Aug. 18, was found
guilty of murder In th first degree.
Womaa aaaTraco Iiafaatod.
Boston, Feb. 15 Tb bouse of repre
sentatives has defeated an attempt to
amend th state constitution aud glv
women the right of suffrage.
Kaaaaa Clif Mark at.
Kansas City, Feb. 16. Cattle Receipts,
10,000; best steady, other weak; market
Texas steers, 3.aCQ4J0; Tsxaa flows.
It 433.35; native steers,' "3 78.80;
UAtlv cow and half era. J2.26oj4.15i
tecker and feeders, 3.COj4.90; bulls,
Hlieep Receipts, 4,000; market firm.
Lambs, t4.60O6.46; mnttona, 3.0O4 SO.
New York, Feb. 14. Copper, 1074.'
St. BL Charak aoppar.
To-morrow evening. In th store build
ing opposit Dr. Hope', corner Third
street and Gold avenue, the ladle of tb
M. K. church will eerv ths following
bill ot fare:
Turkey with Cranberry Sauce.
Cold tlam. salad..
Baked Hran. aud Brown Bread.
Apple and i'unioklo Pies.
i tlmkm and l.'nlf fa.
flupptr all be aarv1 rrom p. at. antil
p. at. -rn., .dc.
Chart ad With Laraoa or Catlla.
On Thursday, Burt Lilly wa brought
befor Judge Bayne charged with the
larceny of fonr head of steers, two be
longing to Fred. Roth and two th own
er of which are unknown.
Tha hearing occupied the ontlr day,
aud a largo number ot wltneseea were
examined. The testimony on the part of
the territory waa to the effect that on
January 9 Burt Lilly and James Wil
liam went to th 8ugarite country, about
eight mile from town, and brought In
tour steers. The steers wer taken to the
slaughter bouse of Robert Vogl at 10
o'clock at night, and there killed. Tbe
heads ot the steers were eeen titer by In
spector Patrick McKlroy. He testified
that they could not have been killed over
Lilly denies going out on this day to
the Suagarlte, but a large number ot
wltuesse testified to having seen him at
points along the road.
Justice Bayne fixed the amount of bla
(mil at (600 for hla appearance at the
next term ot the district court to await
the action of the graud Jury.
- Considerable Interest has been nianl-fe-ted
iu ths city In the facte brought
out In the hearing. Raton Reporter.
Grant's Opera Houe,
Washicg:on Birihdaj Night
ay Night nn
Orchestra of 30 Pieces.
Ladles' landolla and Guitar Club,
(First time in Albuquerque.)
Prof. James Hervey Ward,
(First tlms In Albuquerque.)
Under the management ot L. FKNNAAR,
Mull Order" (Jlveu
and Promptly Filled
LOOK AT THE PLUMS
This week which thu Big Store is ollering. Nover before worn
such bargains offered in Seasonable Up-to-date Dress Goods, Kid
Gloves, Men's Trousers and Negligee Shirts, Linen Towols, etc., in
fact tho careful buyer will find Plums in Every Department of
our vast establishment during our
Great February Sale.
For tho latest modes and newest novelties always follow tho crowd
and go to the Big Store. Every train brings us now Spring Goods.
Dress Goods Plums.
50 pieces Dress Goods ia illuminated, two
tone, plain and brocade goods, lovely plaids,
handsome checks and beautiful brocades.
All seasonable up-to-date styles; just the
thing for early spring wear. They are worth
from 50c to 75c per yard, but we need the
room more than we do the goods. Take
your pick while they last at per
Kid Glove Plums.
LOT 1 Our regular $a.oo Mouaquetaire
gloves in bla' k and tana; while (b- OCT
they last they go at CjpXJuO
LOT 2 Conaiata of dressed and undressed
kid glovea in oxblood, tans, browns, greys
ana wnue. inese are uie
giove; w nue tney last they go
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture,
Carpet3, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps.
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Goods in Now Mexico.
Miner's and Engineers' Supplies.
All Patterns 10c and 15c
ueiia, new IN ec
Thii week there are many opportunitiea for Economy. Note
gains ii Reasonable Merchandise. Everything' w Advertised.
Hhlrt WitlHtH Ladies' Shirt Waists in
lavM , Dimities and percales, worth up to $1.50
rath, on sale this week 25o each
Wrappers Fkece-lined wrappers, new
style, fast colors, if we have your size, on sale
this week 75c
Towels A lot of Huckaback and Turkish
towels, odds and ends, regular 20c values, on
sale this week lUo
Underskirts Comprising French Satine,
silk embroidery rulHes, were $1.75, on sale
this week $1.25
Good Satine, with rutile, were 75c, on sale
this week 55o
Wool skirts, were 75c, on sale 50c
White Goods Comprising white lawn,
figured Nainsooks, dimities, etc., worth up to
15c per yard, on sale this week Ocyard
New Wash Fabrics, Now Shirt Waists, Now Liuou Collars
and Cuifs, Now Belts, Now Outings.
they go 1
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Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque.
THE BEST LIGHTED STORE IN
On the Move to Make
Room for New Stock
b It's Good Business to carry a Generous Stock, a
jj wide variety, even up to the very end of a aeason
5 We do it. It'a Good Business to sell such a car-
ried-over stock before the opening of a new seaaon
We are doing- it. Jleiniiuuts and Odd Lots
3 in Every Department Must Go to make room
tor the new blurt
Aftenta for IJatter
ick's Pattern and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
check crash towels with fringed
3s inches) ; while they last fr n
Negligee Shirt Plums.
Men's Laundered Negligee Shirts, all sizes ;
handsome assortment of patterns;
while they last they go at, each . . . O J
Special bargains in men's fine trousts this
week; handsome patterns and well-made,
goods, at S1.25, 91.SO, $2.00, $2.25
See Window Display.
Day as Received.
Waists, new Wash Goods, new
it wear, tic. bee window display.
the followliiir for Genuine Bar
Children's underwais's, odds and
up to 35c each, on sale 8c
811k Waists Comprising changeable
Taffettas, new plaids, fgured Taffettas and
Chinas, have been selling at $5.50 to $8.50
each, on sale Lot No. I $3.i)()
Lot No. a $0.00
Corsets W. C. C. Royal Worcester cor
sets, odds and ends, worth up to $1.50 each,
on aale this week CUo
Underwear Ladies' fleece-lined ribbed
vests and pants, on sale ...22c
ltemnanta An accumulation of remnants
of all kinds, choice per yard 5o
Embroideries Thia is the last week of
the embroidery sale. It will pay you to look
at the goods and the prices. Such valuea in
embroideries are not likely to be offered again.