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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 1G, 1898.
No Hope of Early Vote on the Resolu
tions by the Senate.
SPANISH TORPEDO FLEET
Washington, April 18. Ia accordance
with an agreement reached Iat night
the senile convened at 10 o'clock.
Cannon (Utah) spoke la faror of Imme
diate decisive action and for recognition
of Cuban Independence.
Allen (Neb.) referred to the call of the
representatives of the sis great powers
npon the president and the eiehange of
notes oq .the Hlspano-Amerloan sit
uation. "I want to register my
protest," said Allen. "I cannot un
derstand why tb president did not
Inform them that this country would not
tolerate any Interference from them; yet
he Is first In steps toward breaking down
the Monroe doctrine and th destruction
of the nation. Within sit months these
powers will be urging the United States
to agree to arbitration la order that our
liability for Spanish Cuban bonds may
Burrows (Mich.) supported the position
of the president and argued against rec
ognition of the present republic of Cuba.
Piatt, (Conn.) who, In aecordanc with
an agreement reached last night, was
accorded half an hour, devoted it to an
eloquent eipresslonof his hope for peace
and In defense of the president Piatt
believed that peace might have been pre
served had It not been for th Intemper
ate utterances of those bent on plunging
the country Into war. He said, however,
It our determined porpoee to Intervene
should result In war the United States
would not bs recreant to Its duty.
A strong appeal for recognition of the
Independence of th present Cuban re
public was made by Bacon, of Georgia.
Wellington (Md.) said there was no
good reason tor tb United States going
to war with Spain. "W have nothing to
do with the rebellion going on In the
Inland," he said.
-. Wellington argued that th president,
Instead of appealing to congress to sanc
tion, did ciaotly th reverse, but the war
treaty was abroad and congress wu
rushing hopelessly Into hostilities. In
oonoluding, he said: "It war must be,
Maryland will be with you, but In this
fateful hour, sh Is tor peace."
Hawley said he could not vote for th
declaration that Cuba Is tree, because as
matter of fact she Is not. .
tlawley offered a Julut resolution an
thorlatng the president to stop tb ax-
port of coal.
Hawley mid coal was being exported
from the country and Spain was securing
much of It.
Pettus said that such action, If taken,
must be by law, and not by th presl
Hoar moved a substitute directly pro
hibiting the exportation ot coal or other
material need In war, relieving the presl
dent from the action.
Gorman objected to the Immediate
consideration of the resolution, and It
White anked the senate to pause and
reflect upon the Issue Involved before
casting the die. II asserted that
neither the Main Incident nor th cruel
ties in Cuba should be sufficient to Incite
Will mlm Ta.KI.kL
Washington, April 16. It la not prob
able that the senate will vote before 8 or
tt o'clock to-night, and it may be mid
night or later before a final vote will U
Caaanlata Vmdmw fiui
Cadis, April IS. Students at a school
of medicine, carrying a flag, attempted
to make a manifestation here last even
Ing. The police interfered and arrested
two students. The United States consul
ate has been placed under guard.
Inland St. Thomas, West Indies, April
10 a report is current that ove war
ships passed this Island yesterday to the
northward. They are said to have been
going In a westerly direction.
Nl(nal rTlo. Carp..
Denver, Colo., April Id. Captain Glass-
ford and the signal service corps have
been ordered to proceed at once to Fort
W adBWortb, N. Y.
Dying ol I'oaanmptloa.
Denver, Colo., April !. Kdward Bel
laroy, the famous author, Is dying here of
coneumptlon. The end Is near.
Took a Umcmm
vt asmngion, April 10. At 1:40 p.m.
the bouse took a recess until 10 o'clock
Southampton, April 19. Spanish tor
pvdo flotilla Is reported In the channel.
M.aioaa Troop for lb Bord.r.
Laredo, Texas, April 16. In view
imoendlnff war between ths United State
and Bpaln th Mexican government has
Money to Burn.
Do you want a new Watch? Unless you have money to burn write us for
one. W are selling Hamilton Watches, 17 Jewel, at $92.50.
Elgn Watches, 21 Jewel, at $2S.OO. These are the very best
Railroad Watches mads. They are adjusted and rated in three posi
tions, and we will refund your money It they tall to pass Inxpeotion.
W BSE IES IT H? t2P
Leading Jeweler, R. R. Ave Albuquerque. N. M.
Watch Inspector tor Santa F Railroad. W make a specialty of Watches for Rail
IN ENGLISH CHANNEL
ordered the Eleventh regiment of lnfsn
try and on regiment of cavalry to pro
ceed to the United States border at Mata-
moras, Laredo and Dial to prevent any
rising In Mexico against tb United
Washington, April 10. Senator Teller
h Introduced a resolution substitute
for the pending Cuban resolutions. It
reeognlxes the "republic ot Cub as the
true and lawful government of that
Islsnd," provides for Immediate armed
Intervention If Spain doe not withdraw
from the Island, and expressly disclaims
any Intention of conquest on the part of
the United State.
ATTACK BO MY A MOB,
AaMriaaa Caa.alata la Spala Attack
aad Flat; DMratl.
Malaga, Spain, April 10. Th United
States oonsulate here ha been attacked
by a mob.
There was a serious disturbance here
to day. The demonstration began with
parading ot small crowds through the
street shooting patriotic cries. The
mob eventually attacked the United
States consulate. Stone were thrown
and the leaders procured a ladder, tore
down a shield havlug the arms ot th
United State and dragged It along the
streets. The prefect addressed the people
begging them to disperse.
Afterward the streets were parolled by
gendarmes. As this dispatch la sent ex
Col, laiuiw Will Camntad.
Washington. April 16 Col. K. V. Bum
ner. Seventh cavalry, now at Fort Grant,
Arizona, will command the departments
ot Missouri and Colorado, In the absence
ot General Copplnger aud General Otis.
CoagMM wilt Paaa War Itemaaa Mm.
ura la Um of HoMIIIUm.
Washington, April 16. The republican
members of the ways and means commit
tee ot the bous have practically com
pleted the preparation of a revenue meas
ure which will be passed to raise revenue
sufficient to prosecute the war. The
member bare prepared a bill that will
raise between $100,000,000 to $130,000,000
additional revenue per annum. It will
provide an additional tax of a dollar a
barrel on beer, from which $30,000,000
will be raised. On manufactured to
bacco and snuff the Internal revenue tax
will be Increased on to six cents. A
schems of Internal revenue taxation slni
lar to tbe act of 18fi, which Includes a
stamp tax on all checks, drafts and all
Instruments ot business (mortgagee, loans
aud bonds), tax on patent and proprie
tary medicines and a tax on telegraph
messages and express packages is also In'
eorporated In the bill. A duty of ten
cent a pound Is placed on tea and three
cents a pound upon coffee.
For pressing needs the secretary of the
treasury Is given general power to issue
certificate of Indebtedness payable In
one year, and to bear not to exceed 8
per cent Interest. The secretary Is also
authorised to borrow on the credit ot the
the government by popular subscription a
loan of $300,000,000. This loan 1 to be plac
ed through postoffloes, sub treasuries aud
government depositories to be cold at
par, to bear three per cent Interest and
to be redeemable after five years at tbe
option ot the government and to be due
In twenty year. The principal and In'
terest are to be payable In coin.
Tbe meaeure will be presented to the
tnll committee probably on Monday and
be brought into the house as soon as th
war resolutions are signed by the presl
D.mb of Ki-MlaUUr.
Washington, April 16. The state de
partment has received a cablegram from
Ambassador Porter, stating that Robert
M. McLane, former minister to France,
died at Paris this morning.
rOW CHS WILL BE NIU'TKAL.
EuropMn CouatrlM Will Mot Mu la tb.
War With Bpalu.
Berlin, April 16. It Is learned from an
authentic source that Germany took the
lead In pledging tbe continental powers
to maintaining absolute neutrality in
ease of war between the United Btatee
and Spain. The greatest resistance of
tered to Germany's proposals was from
France and Austria, who acquiesced ouly
with the proviso that Europe should have
something to say toward the end, or
after, in settling tthe peace conditions.
Jackson, Tenn.. April 16.-A. R. Rey
nolds shot himself through the head In
the supreme court room to-day, after
Judge McAllister had alllrmed the sen
tence of the lower court ot six year for
Mnlwrtlmnont. Reynold Irft letter
mjlng h wu Innocent and the railroad
bad killed him. lie bad been roadmaoter
for the LonUvllla NashvUI at Paris,
Ifa Hop. nt Mmltatloa.
London, Ajrrll Irt. The diplomatic
corps ban abandoned hope of alTeetaal
mediation. The Spanish and Austrian
ambaenadore again attempted to-day to
pannade Great Britain to Join the pow
er In farther representation!, recelrlng
CbIIIbs th. Vltitlm Ham.,
Paris, April 10. Spain has begun call
ing borne all able-bodied Spaniard.
New fork, April 10. Silver, 6fle;
New York, April 16. Copper, 11 Ho.
rot'NTAIN MI HUtl CASK.
Tka rroMalloa CImm lu TMtlmoa la
Special to the Cltlien.
La Cruce, April 16. Yesterday tb
prosecution in the Fountain ease closed
Its testimony. James Gould worked for
McNew at the time of tha murder. Mo
New was absent at th time and just be
fore Gllllland came and got cartridges,
and he said that it anyone asked for him
to say that he bad gone to Roe well, but
headed towards Lee's ranch at Dog Can
yon. Afterwards Gllllland showed the
witness where Lee, MoXew and himself
watched the searching parties through a
On cross-examination Gould admitted
being on bad term with tbe defendants.
Riley linker and James W. Gould told
ot similar conversations with Gllllland,
In one ot which Gllllland eald the old
s of a b left Texas In a hen coop and
raised h everywhere he went and that
tbe country was better off since he was
killed. At another time be said the child
was only a half breed aud no better than
On cross-examination Fall asked Gould
it he had been sent to the penitentiary
in Texas for three year for burglary,
Witness refused to answer aud was sus
tained by Judge Parker.
John Meadows told of Ills experience
la following trails on the plains.
Jack Maxwell was recalled and told ol
Lee's altsence from bis ranch on the day
of the murder and his return In company
with other defendant. He aald he bad
been offered a share ot the reward If he
would give evidence to eouvlct the de
fendant. He was somewhat rattled, and
many believe be 1 afraid to tell all h
know. Be admitted having told con
flicting stories to different parties before,
but said he did so for fear of bis lite.
The defense made motion to dis
charge the defendants on the ground of
Insufficient evtdeuce and argument be
gan this morning.
II. M. Dougherty opened for the de
fense. He said four grand juries bad as
sembled since the crime was committed
aud all the evidence could have been had
then, but no action had beeu taken
though the defendants bad oourted In
ve litigation. He argued that they had
not p roved the corpus delicti aud though
believing himself In Fountain' death
be malutalued there was no evidence to
District Attorney Bryan replied In a
bitter, eloquent aud impassioned spefch.
H by, If ths defendants desired InveetlRa
tiou so much, had they not bad It when
all the machinery ot the courts was, In
their friends' hands, he aiked, and whv
were Lee and Ullllaud then fugitive
from jusiicer in an eloquent stralu
Bryan traced the history of the crime aud
answered tne argument of Uouirnertv.
Mr. Catron followed In answer, making
a strong and forcible argument, covering
tne law aim racis in tne case very fully.
Court then adlournrd until the after
noon when further arguments will be
A r.w "Dua'u" for Maadar Afteraooa
Dou't stay away from the races because
"you're not much on borse raring " You
"don't have to be" to enjoy the prettiml
sights Albuquerque will witness tlilf
Dou't revive th know-nothlnglsm ol
out-of-the world settleuieutd that racing
Is only enjoyed by the "sporting com
muulty. If you do you are a moss baok
ami will never no for AiuumieMue,
Don't foriret to set a urogram at the
grounds or you wou't know I'atsey Dugan
from a yellow cow.
Don't forget to cheer gallant littlf
Mexican Sleepy Dick if he uulshee unar
ths thoroughbreds In the flrst running
Don't foriret to notice Mary Rarnee,
with "Tod Sloan" Joues up In the second
Don't go with the Idea that the races
are "tlxed." Louis Baer Is tu tbe judge'
Don't kick at the 60 cents admission
When you see the hornes running their
heart out for the gate receipts, you'll
wlab you'd paid more, and you would
have to par a dollar at Deuver.
Don't go to marching off somewhere
elite with your girl Sunday afternoon In
stead or taking ner to tne races, ir you
do you're "not tbe man for tialway" uoi
for Albuquerque either.
Cougr.aalloual Aaaoclatloa of fc.w M.alro
The Ufth annual meeting of this body
will tie held in this city ou r rlday, bat
uurriay aud Sunday ot next week, April
Ki-H. llier rlilay amnions win be held
with the Mexican churcb at Los Ranchos
de Atrisco. Those of Saturday aud Sun
day at the Congregational churcb In this
city. Hi la aMHovlallou is composed of not
ouly tne churches or till denomination
but the schools, also; aud Its seselous will
be ot lutereet to all who care to know
what Is being dons to further the beet
thing within our boundaries aud to belli
solve the problems of Americanization In
this new country. I lie program in de
tall will be found in these columns lu I
tew days. Amongst other interesting
talkers. Rev. A. C. Wright, principal of
one of our training schools at Kl Paso,
will speak Sunday evenlug. The hwhIhiik
of this body are not judicial but for mu
tnal coufereune, and all Its dlscusslous
are open to every one.
A good dinner is one of the essentials
ot life, aud as the Dining Parlor of Mrs.
Ruiuuiell, on Went lioid avenue, have
gained a deserved reputation, the lady
again invites the public to try her Suu
day dinner to-morrow. Kverything ulce
lu the local market will be served.
American Brewing Company Bohe
mian, the fluent pale beer ou the market;
clear, pals aud sparkling, lu quarts or
pints, at Loweuthal & Meyers', ill Rail
WAITING 0N SENATE !
House Leaders Will Confer With
Senators This Afternoon:
Archbishop Ireland Gives Up All
Hope of Fetce.
Troop Prom Saa FrsacUco Will G t
tram aim e-istiot a Tow.
Washington, April 1(1. The house lead-
era will confer during the afternoon with
leading member of the senate a to the
prospect ot an early vote on the Cuban
resolutions, and If there Is prospect of
action thla afternoon, It Is possible that
the house may remain in session In order
to secure Anal action to night If the
resolution paused by the senate provide
for recognition ot the Cuban republic no
attempt will be made to act upon them
to-night It Is generally believed that
the speaker will hold that the resolutions
must go to the committee on foreign
affair before being considered by the
house. Member of the committee say
that the resolution will be reported back
Immediately. It will then be In order to
move concurrence In the s.inate amend
ments. Stopped th. Shipment.
Norfolk, Ve.. April 10. Ths Spanish
government haa been for some time pur
chasing coal shipped to southern porte
from Newport New. An order Is said
to have beeu received from the war de
partment at Washington this morning
stopping the shipment of coal ooniilgnef'
to the Spanish government
No Hup. for !'.
Washington, April 10. Archbishop
Ireland has left tor New York. He will
have a conference with the meu In New
York who are In touch with public af
fairs, but Is convinoed that any further
efforts to induce the United State to
postpone action will be In vain.
Tow a lMtroy4.
New York, April 1. A special to the
Herald from Manila say that Cebu has
been bombarded by the Spaniards aud
t'alUil Staloa Traopa.
Ban Francisco, April Id. Tbe United
States troop preparing to go to New O
lean from California, lufantry and light
artillery combined, number about 850
men. It ha been determined to start
this afternoon, or to-morrow, If possible.
They will travel over the Southern Pa
Itwmer Hmm Vorh.
Southampton, April 10. The steamer
New York sailed this evening for Amer
ica under urgent orders from Washing
ton, havlug beeu chartered by the gov
Vhlao Krala Marhat.
Chicago, April Id. Wheal May,
fl.OU; July, 80,7,0. Corn April, 30i,e;
July 31 e. Data April, JB'iC; July,
A very happy marriage was performed
at Gallup, at o'clock this morning, at
tne reeiuence or nr. and Mrs. K. v. Har
per, the contracting parties being Harry
p. iee, or tins cuy, and mm Km hi a
Huikley, of Gallup. Tbe ceremony was
perloriued by Hev. P. A. Slmpklus, of the
Congregational church, aud, on ac
count of ths sickness of the
mother of the bride. Mrs. liarner.
ouly a very few friends were invited, Al.
Codington, a young friend of the happy
groom, lie lug the ouly one rum abread
Mr. aud Mrs. Lee, accompanied by Mr.
Codingtou, arrived Irom Gallup on the
dyer this afternoon, being met at the de
pot by Frank aud Miss Maggie Lee ami
wveral friends, who offered their con
gratulations and best wishes for a happy
aud prosperous married lire.
The marring certificate ot Guillermo
Vargas and Manuela Mont fort, who were
married by Justice A. J. Crawford yes
terday afternoon, was died In the effier
ot the probate clerk to day. The young
couile are natives of the Argentine Re
public, and were married by a prleet In
Old Mexico. The laws ot that republic
require every eccleeiaHtlcal marriage to
be preceded by a civil marriage before It
becomes legal, and the prleets are unable
to Isaue marriage certiorates unleea the
civil marriage has first been performed.
This was the reason why the young peo
ple were unable to get a certificate Id
Mexico, and remedied the defect by being
remarried In this country. , They are
well educated young people, and Intend
making their home lu Albuquerque.
Mrs. Vargas has organized a Hpanlah
class, and Mr. Vargas Is endeavoring to
get a clerical poeltiou of some kind
la l'rr..a To-ftlgtit.
The Catholic hi mils will be continued
to-night, and a good crowd Is expected to
attend. Hie interest in the eon text fur
ths Bremen's medal Is Increasing, and
Chief Ruppe, ex-Assistant Chief C'uudiff
aud ex-aHMiHtaut foremau of the books, W.
It balrd, have some staunch friends work
ing for them. Several young girls are
The arerave man. who Uvea to be amy yeara old and who la not a prnfeaalonal urdra
trlan, walk. I I'J.miu milra In a lif-tun. Mn irf the way li. wear, ahuea Whether Uila lui.tf
walk i. taken lu the ctimfurt It ahuiild be deiit-nda un where he ifeia hu ahoea.
We make It a bu.ineaa of aelllna the illa kind uf ahuea at the unlit kind of iiru ea. We
have ahuea lor every ahii. puipiw.. They air aiyliah, wearahle and low priced. Kur your loiif
walk it will take Irn. ahoea if you buy them hei., becauu each pan lasia lu.ik-er eapei tally if
they are atainpuu "rinaie. A. Hmith. '
GEO. C. CAINSLEY
AIL OMlKat JlVk
making a gallant race In the content for
the brunette doll at the booths presided
over by Mine. Uallorau and Collier,
while a bevy of pretty nil me, who are
an i Ion to capture ths pretty hat to tie
given by Mr Mct'reight, and the solid
gold ring to be given by Mrs. Maloy, are
ludiixtriointly at work selling tickets for
the blonds bisqus doll at the Irish booth.
Son SfirTloa at St. Joha'a,
The Easter morning program ot song
service will be repented to-morrow morn
ing al Hi. John's Kplscipal church. The
church I to be congratulated on having
such a superb choir and Miss Kellogg, the
dlrentreuM, dexerve great credit lor the
splendid effect of three months' training
of ths churleters. Mlse (retiring and
Miss bhuckhart will take the solo part
and Prof. Kennaar will play tbe prelude
and accompany th Voice In antheiu.
In addition to the above attraction Miss
Claude Albright will render a special
solo for the occasion.
Soldier It. ma.
Four troop ot the Secend cavalry, sta
tioned at rort w In gate, have been or
dered to the sea ooaai. The troop will
pae through Albuquerque some time to
morrow, but the exaot hour Is uot known
among locAl railway officials.
Capt. W. 11. W. James, of the United
States army, cam in from Saota Fe last
ulglit, ucoompanled by Gov. Otero and
Ailjulaut General Hereey. These dis
tinguished ollicial luspected the Albu
qtierqus Guards, after which the gov
ernor and adjutant-general returned to
nanta Fe ou me 10 o'clock p. m. train.
The Unards were then put through a
rigid drill by Capt James.
Uov. Otero w beard to remark, oo
observing Corporal Johnson' manly
stride, that the Guard ot Albuquerque
can be depended upon In ease nt war
with Spain, for tha corporal himself
can lick halt a doseu of Weyler' aud
Hlatico's butchers, who are not true sol
diers. In rase of war with Spain Captain
Jmn Will be ordered to hi regiment
now in Florida. Th captain I now lu
Ln Lunas, Inspecting Lieut Uertxog's
It Is now likely that the Albnqnerqne
Guards will be called upon by the gov
ernment since the troops are being re
moved, to take charge ot Fort Wlngalw.
Meal total. Traa.r.r.
James K. Propper to Walter G. Hope,
mining deed to ' interest in the "lum-
ton i.bd "Maimuolu" claims, Hell ran
you mining district,
AlK'reaS. de baudoval to Martin Car-
rilio, wnirauly deed to a piece of laud lu
preelact consideration, ioo.
M. n. Mournoy to vt llllam u. rlletcner.
relent to one-sixth Intereel in the "Lone
Star"ntlue, Cochltl mining district
w. a. Birickior. trustee, to Kunice mc-
Ciellau aud husliaud, release to lot In,
DitM'K letter K, Maudell Bros', aildltlou.
aleo Uie Pottery strip la front of said lot
Alice Kyan Lowe ana nusoand to
Thft., ... is r m a ,ir .
deed to part ot lota 7 and 8, block 6,
Highland addition, consideration 91,1X0
Juan Gutierrr and wife to Beulgno
San . m, warranty deed to a piece ot land
111 .M. 1111.1.
James K. Proriper to Walter 6. Hops,
mining deed to "-a Interest ln the "Rot
ton" aud "Mammoth" mining claims,
Hell Canyon. Consideration $100.
Charles Harper to Walter G. Hope
quit claim deed to all grantor's Interest
ln the "Cuba" and "Havana" mining
claims. Hell Canyon.
Juan Lopei aud wife to Aurello Nava
and wife, warranty deed to a piece ot
laud lu precinct 12 1 consideration 940.
James Maloney, trustee, to George H.
Meyer and wile, release to land lu Gal
lup. Jess M. Wbeelock to John Mallen, quit
claim deed to lot 16. block 37. N. M. T.
Joseph 8. Kagle and wife to Thos. W.
Rrtggs, quit claim deed to one-fourth In
tercet in the "Monument" and "Viuks
burg" lodes, Cochltl mining district.
Take your family to morrow to the
Metropolitan restaurant for an excellent
Dinner, 13 m. to H p. m.,
r or Hn r.uu.
Ox Tail a I'AnKlaliK-.
Dill I'll klea. I .tern Union..
Kruifaen HnirheUe Ith Huron.
C'tnckrii Sautr a la Tatritiioii.
bpitftiettt a la Neapolittuiie.
Huaot Tnrkev. ly.tri Dreaalng. .
Piatache Ire Cream with .Strawberry.
.A It.lloata Itoin Ixuloa.
A few day ago M1n Cresceuola Ruix
called at this ollice and left a note to the
effect that she was engaged to Santiago
Uutlerrea. I he alleged prospective groom
denies the allegation in the following
note to this paper:
"The report about Santiago Gntlerret
going to marriage Cresceuola Ruix Is
false. I never intended such a step.
Please correct this lu your paper and tell
her to keep quiet.
Y'eeterday afternoon Albuquerque en
joyed two lively runaways. K. H. Becker's
milk wagon team and the delivery horse
of Uxendine's rau away and made it
lively for awhile.
Frank le has secured hi old poeition
at ths cluthlng store of K. L. WaHhhurn
A Co., where he would tie pleased to see
his many friends.
Kmll Klelnwort's residence has been
connected with the Automatic telephone
system, having No. '2i8.
The cornet will lead ths singing at the
Congregational church to morrow morn
ing. Go to Mrs. Wilson's to make your pur
chases. 2iH south Second street.
Mrs. 8. K. Newcomer aud children left
on the afternoon (Iyer tor Topeka.
Kee the beautiful shlrtwalats at 11
felds'. Ths Rubins Infant shirts are now lu at
Children's hats at Mrs. Wllsou's.
Reliable Shoe Dealeia,
122 S. Second St.
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
Our Saturday Special
Is always looked forward to as tho Event of the Week. Why?
Because it always is attended by hundreds of eager
buyers who appreciate a bargain. How do
you liko these two items for to-day?
MEN'S SHIRTS. AC
Mtn'i Fancy Laundricd Negligee Shirta in all the popular tmta in Figured,-!" ! O
Stripes and Maids. These are cheap at 75c Haturday's Price IVVSl
One Lot Men's Ties, Teck and Scwfs, in all the latest
evening wear. Worth up to 35c. Saturday's Price
These Prices Are for Saturday Only.
On and after May t, we shall discontinue giving Tickets for
win please call and let us know what they want so that we can order Premiums. Parties
who desire to take advantage ol our present plan ol giving tickets with
cash purchases will have until May x to do so.
A word to the wise is sullicient.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture,
Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps.
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Goods in New Mexico.
Miner's and Engineers' Supplies.
All Pattern! 10c and 15c
THE 11 EST
Purse Protecting Bargains
A10 tho kind peoplo seek, and they have come to know that tho
Economist is tho Storo and place to find them.
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laiaiia OlllrV VV CUOlOiK8l Detachable Collars In Plain and
Changeable Taffatta, also Roman Stripe Silks, made to sell lor $6, special this week, only $4.75
Clljlr'c foT fc O t C See window display lor variety and exclusive
AA lvyl V V Clio LO styles. These new styles have just arrived and
we will give a special inducement ol 10 per cent reduction on any Silks bought ol us this week.
Prices range Irom o to $1.75 a Yard
UTVI V'iY". 1 1 PI Q. 100 aomch Gloria Umbrellas, in 20 Variety ol Handles. These
LllKJL CllaO umbrellas sold Irom $1.35 to $1.75 each.
Hpeelal Thin Week Only $1.10 Each
Vo f C ur Special Corset Sale left us with quite a lot of Broken sizes. Amongst
OO IO the lot are P. D., C. P., Thompson Glove-Fitting, Ball's Corset, Warner's
Corsets and Waists and W.C. C. Corsets, Goods sold up to $3 00. II we have your size take any
in the lot lor , ; Ouly 75o
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204 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque,
LKH1TE1) 8T0RE IN
SHIRT WAIST SPECIAL.
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LOT No. 1. 120 Shirt Waists made ol Nice Quality Lawn, De
tachable Collars, made like cut, sizes 32 to 34 Only 35c
LOT No. 2. 100 Shirt Waists made ol Chintz in all the new
2C'J checks and stripes, Detachable White Collars, sizes 32 to 4a. .Only 41)0
LOT Nil. :t. Shirt WaiHt is midi!
A Madras, also the new Check Madras, Sell
ALL ABOVE MADE LI KB CUT.
SHIRT WAIST SPECIAL.
Made like cut, in all Colors and Ulack, Detachable Collars.
Thin Week only $2.00
Agents for Batter
lck's Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
shades lor street and
Premiums. Those having tickets
Day as Received.
of Unman Strined anrl PlaiH
- Detachable Collar. Only 95c