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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MOM DAY AFTERNOON, MAY 2, 1090.
IN MANILA BAY!
American Ships Win a Complete Vic
tory Over Spanish Squadron.
THREE BIQ SPANISH WARSHIPS DESTROYED I
Heavy Loss of Life and Ships on
the Spanish Side.
GREATEST NAVAL FIGHT OF THE CENTURY 1
Now Tork, Ms; I. A -lapsteh to ths
Herald lium London nmyr'. The Asiatic
siurtr.n ol tli. Uuitcd Mute, Commo
dure itoway conimainllUK, no Bitndny .u
K ifjfd ml oxuipletely dnfoHtcd tt Al
tie rqiiHdt on ot ttpalD la the harbor ils
ti 11 a, l'lilllplue IhIbuiIs.
All ol Uie gtrut Daval battle thue
fur In eomiiiff trrnn Ppnulab sourrr
Till allows roticlunivtlv that the eahle
Iiiimi are mill iwnr the Control of t-pnlu.
Vrom the l- t that even the advice re
ceived (roiu M.ulrid allow thai the Amerl
Cu warHhipe tared beet, there is hardly
any doubt tuat wlien Uie complete detail
are obtainable that It will be learned
ttial It waa crushing defeat to Hpnln.
During the two engugiMiMiiU Hint Uaik
pi", Uoinrmaturt Mnuu-jii, comiii-iiittiig
the Hpanlnh fl-et, lwt thres of bis Urg
ent abip. Hia OtgHhlp, the tetl cruller
Keiua Cbrtetliia, aud the armored rrulser
( aetllla Wf re burued, and the eruiaer
Ikw Juan drt Austria, were blowa up.
Several i there ol the HpatiUh veeaele
were badly damaged. One report aids
that iievei al ottier bpaui-U slaps were
unk ty f'etr emuuiandeia tu preveut
their fallllg luto the baud ol the Amer
icana. There waa a beavy Inea ol life among
the 8puiMh. Captain Dsrtto, oowtuaiid
In the Klna t ririnttua, waa killed.
Moiiteji, comtuandlng I lie fl-wt, slilfwd
hie Aug from in. Keiua I'tiriHllua to the
Inla de Cuba, a much entailer ateel pro
tcted ciuiser, Juki before the Chrhtiiua
The blowing up of tia Don Jnan de
Austria was alteuded br great loea ot
life among ber crew, her commander
alo being killed.
Commolore Dewey's iquadron, leaving
Sublg bav, few ml lea from Manila,
about 4 o'clock yeeterday afternoon, pro
ceeded toward kiaulla.
Under cover of darkueea be entered the
barbor of Manila, the batteries located
there announcing bla arrival.
Both flet lined up for battle about 6
o'clock Huuday morning. The gaueof
the American warehlp began Snug on
the fortrrm Civile aud the arnenat Man
ila. l'nler protection of -the gun of
theae fortlQcatluna the Spauleh warship,
op ned Ore ou the Aiuerloau fleet. Kor
eeveial hnurit the barbor reenundid with
the roar of guns, the eranhlng of ateel
and timber, and the shrieks aud groan
ot the wounded. Thick elouda ot smoke
at times almoet obscured the opposite
tlwi from each other.
A well directed shot reached the Iron
ernWr Don Juan de Auatrla, vessel of
l.Kio tone, f ud a terrific eiploelon fol
lowed, and (lie ship blowu up.
All the time during the ilrnl engage
ment the American nblps wers under
way, their niai osuverlng beiug Intended
to render the DjarkumauHbip ot the Hpau
lnh gunner lees effective.
The American squadron about W o'clock
drew off to the weet side of the bay and
took rtfuse behind some foreign "nip
ping. The ship bad evidently suffered
eniiHtilerable damage After hanly re
pairs they returned to the conflict.
Lmihig this engagement the guns of
Cavlte maintained a steadier and
stronger lire upon Commander Dewey's
hip than In the first encounter, but the
American guns wers being oaed with
A the emoke lifted It was seen that the
fUgMlitp Rein ( hriatiua was on Are. and
the vet-eel was completely burned. Iu an
Interval between the two eugsgemeuta
t ommndore -lont'lo moved hi Dig from
the Kelna Chriettna to the smaller
cruleer, IhIs de ( nba.
The cruixer Oaetllla, next to the &e
elitp the largeet aud the mont powerful
of the Hpauleh equadron, waialtw burned
The crulttera Dun Antonio de t'lloa aud
Altndlnao were alio badly damaced.
Karly reporteaay thatflvaof limmdore
Dewey alilp bail been sunk. Later ad
vice from Madrid put th number at
There were undoubtedly heavy lonee
In men on both aldee. One apparently
iru'twonny report male mat me ripau
Inh hnd i killed and 0u wounded.
Truet worthy detail of the American
loee of life will bardly beohtalualile until
rommodore Dewey ha taken Uaullla or
ha eut veeeels with dlHpatohes to Uoug
SPAIN ADMITS DEFEAT.
Madrid, May 2, 8 a. m.-A special to
the Liberal from Maul la says that Ad
miral Monteio, the HpauUh oomniauder.
arkuowledgeM that the Spanish fleet has
beeu completely demollxbed. lie adds
batteries of artillery are concentrated at
Tampa, making the force r.f about 7,luU
men. It ts generally believed that thl
force will be augmented in the nr
Walll.i far LlkcHf.
Hong Kong. May I Ths insurgent
Junta uers mv that the Philippine lunur-
geute are orcapvlng all hliin urroand
ing Manila w.illug to Co-operate wttb
the American flt.
that ths erew of the Ppanlnh warsblp
Miiioumo nave oeen saved.
The Bntleh conmil at Manila, K. II.
Rawaon-Walker, eoiilerred with Commo
The l ulled 8tate fleet has taken op a
position lu front of Manila aud estab-In-hed
'I he population of Manila is fleeing and
a tu nil arduienl 1 expected.
The Hpauleh minleter ail ml t that the
but ile ended In ths utter rout ot the
dpauleh fleet, but they are resolved not
to -p ire any effort in the detenus of the
1 he American ftot is believed to be
Chlrago, May J A special to the News
rrmn w axmuKion say: ins preeident
aud ralilu-t have received Information
that lbs bpaninb governor general of the
rtillil'pine lelauoa has sent a rJig ot
truce to Commudors Dewey.
This act la Interpreted to mean the
Capitulation of the Uaiiih forces.
TU! VICTOHT CUNriHMID.
London, May t. A eatils ujeNeage has
been received at the foreign office from
the brttleh eoneul at Manilla, K 11.
Kawson-walker, auuounclua that the
bombardment lented an hour aud a halt
and that Bpauleh flet wa -prsrtleally
annihilated by ths flet ot ths United
MAD! A GOOD TIGHT.
Pari, May Z A diepatch from Temps
says according to the latest dlepatchee.
the British consul at Mauila, In bis Tlxlt
to Commodore Dewey, mads repreeenta-
tlous in behalf ot ths couHuUr corns
agamai ins uimnaromeui oi tne town.
ine dmpatcb a no say: "o Himninh
warxmps surrendered and a maliirtty per
lehed. I wo BpaulHh commanders wers
killed while rexUtlng to the last moment
Hpitnlsh loMHes are eetlmated at 400 men
killed. The American squadron attacked
furlouwlv both ths Hpauiah squadron and
Cavils fortrees, where It caused great
MAT END THI WAR.
Waehlnston. May i At forelan era
battel ee aud legations intense interest i
shown In ths news ot ths decisive victory
of the American fleet at Manila. It was
slated by a high diplomatic otllrlal to-day
mat another such victory would end the
eanss ot Hpaln and fores ber to seek an
armistice aud pesos. Ths universal be
lief of the diplomatic quarters ts that
this stroks at the Philippines will be fol
lowed immediately by aggressive action
London. May K. The bombardment of
Mauila bas begun. The inhabitants are
fleeing to the oountrv. The operators In
the cable station In the midst ot ths forts
fled to save their lives.
CAN BOM BAUD.
Washington. Mav IS. Commodore Dew-
er's Instruction permit him to bombard
Manna It neceesary to take possession of
the ielauds, bnt be will not do so uulees
ths city troops operate offensively against
London. May a. The bombardment of
Mauila, it is supposed, is now proceed
Spanish err Tm rmii.
London. May 2. Ths flrat ot the cable
miags ends with the statement that
tne Hpanleb officials were conferring with
the British coueul and the telegraph
company's ageutaud pending the decleioo
the cables were not permitted to handle
means ires Ths second eahls dlsoatch rs
enlved by the colonial ollloe auuounced
that ths SpanlHh governor general bad
refused to surrender the torpedo guns
ana cams mnoes aud bad prevented
the agent ot the telegraph
company from conferring with
iouiuiHiore uewey. The mesaage
ends with the statement that ths Brltieh
government of ths Htraits Hetllemeuts
eipeoted the bombardment ot Mauila to
begin Monday morulng, when the Hpan
lard would cut ths cable. The first of
these messages Was received at V o'clock
yesterday evening, the second at mid
night. No other messages on the subject
have been received in London, although
the foreign office expects news from the
Britlxh consul at Mauila. Therefore, It
is supposed that the expectation ot the
governor of the Straits Hettlement ha
been fulfilled and that the Hpauiard
have cut ths cable.
Invasion ur USA,
Oaa. Alr Say. Cuba Will Ba Ceptar4
la rw Uaja.
Washington. May 1 n ben asked if
the army waa preparing for the invasion
of Cuba at au early dale. Hecreiaiy ot
war Alger replied) "As are preparing
for luimeilisle action, and will try to
keep m prepared; but the plans mails to
day may of necesnliy have lo b changed
lo-morrow, aud that Is why we art com
pelled to keep such absolute sileuce, for
every detail that becomes doubllul ne-
reNNiui another change."
The president has decided that there
hall bs Ave army eorpjot three division
Maral Hill KaaSf la Men.
Washington, May B Th bouse sgreed
to llieoonference report on the naval ap
propriation bill, and It goes to the presl
At 1:25 p.m. the senate, after execn
live seNHlon, t H'k a revaa nnlll s o'clock,
after which It ptsecd ths emergency wsr
May I la a Maaaasr..
Hong Kong, May J. Advices from
Mitnilaasv a mwacre there is fenred.
The Brltleh conaul cabled for warship.
DlMTKUttU THK MAINK,
ThiWnrk or th Mala Ie.tny4 by
Mfflrlala at llaiaaa.
New Tork. Mav 2 -A dlnpatcb to the
Jourual from waeblugtou saya: The
mat- dcpsrtnient bas learned throngh
ths secret agents thst ths wreck of the
tialtleehip Maine, Ijlngat Havana bar
bor. has beeu destroyed by lbs ttpauisb
It I supposed by th officials of the
administration that this action has been
taken to prevent rawing ths wreck alter
the capture ot Havana.
A cabinet nietuher said: "We shsll
mske It a part of our firt bulne alter
taking poeeenelon of Havana to dud out
who were the perpetmtois of that crime
on the night ft Ken. 15.
"If we Hud thi T have eacaped from ths
Island and gone back to Hpaln, we will
follow them there and will tell Hpaln the
war shall not slop nntil they arc deliv
ered up to us for pmitfUme uu"
Keow Thay War Llekad.
MHdrld, M-y 2,-Ths putdicatlon of
the Liberal's dlepati'b from Manila ha re
moved the last hope ot lh Kpaulard. It
Is admitted on all .ides that the Spanish
fleet has been completely destroyed
and it Is ouly a question of
a few hours when ths Americans will
occupy Manila. Ths fact that the Lib
oral I Bahama' organ give additional
significance to lu trsuk announcement.
It Coat. Heahlii( to W hip Spain, bat II
la Wurib th Monty.
Washington, May 3. The bouso eoni
aiitt. on approt.rlailons reported an
nraent deficiency appropriation (if $'J6,
720m5forthe nupport of the army. It
Includes $l&o,(3t for the expense ot ths
Cuban expedition, aud 3ft0,ooo for tor
Dec Moines, Iowa, May 3 Jain fa 0.
Day, tx-chlel justics ot Iowa, Is dead,
Soprani Court Decide that It 1. Hrgular
WaNhlngton, May 1! The Baca grant,
la the Han I.uis valley, Colorado, was to
day decided by ths I' lined Hlates supreme
court to be legal and regular. The graut
comprtHea lun.OOC acres of land, selected
under the act ol W, la lieu of part of
the old Baca graut uear Las Vegas, New
This act provided that the lands selec
ted should be non-mi ueral, nil It appear
that receutiy mineral lias been round ou
a portion of ths land. Justice Brewer,
who delivered the opinion, held, how
ever, that thl dlHCovery at so late a date
could not affect the legality ot the graut
HAVANA WILL UK NEXT.
Th Amartraa ril Will Tab That Town
(Copyright Animated I'reaa.)
Oil Board AttMiiCialed Press Diepatch
BtNtt, via Key Weal, May s. A demon
slrallon by the 11 -wt off me coast of Cub
Is bardly expected to-day, but It Is under
stood tuat a movement has been planned.
There was a long conference on the
fligshlp yeeterday between hear Admiral
sauipaou; Captalu Kvans, of ths Iowa;
Capiat n Taylor, of ths ludlana, and Cap
talu Chadwick, ot the New York, ths pur
ports of whlub could not be ascertained
Those on the flagship, who were ignorant
ot the object ol lli conterenc, eonu
deully expected that the receut bombard
menl of the Hpnuish batteries at Matan
taa aud the Bring ou His troops of the
Hpautsh cavaliy at Cabauas were to be
repeated upon the formidable batteries
near Havana. Ths weather conditions.
however, were unfavorable for au attack,
tor a fortv knot rale was blowing.
The tltgHhlp dually drew away from
the others and steamed slowly pant Morro
caMIe without Incident aud the re
maluiler of the ll t returned to their
various stations along the coast.
THE EAGLE SCHEAMS !
American Niyj Wins t Glorious
Yictorj at Manila.
Sptnlsh Fleet Wiped Oat of Fxl-
ttnee la Two uouri.
No Amcrlcso Tcsseli Lost, sna tbt Eic
It ScrcamlDf All Over All.
ai glows tu u WBirrin.
(Copyrl.hled Aaaoclated Pra.)
Uiuitoit. Mav I. DeUiis of the battle
if Manila have beu recelvetl at the Brlt
leh colonial uQlk. I hey earns in two
cable meeeage received yenterday even
I ii if, the auixtsiics ot whlcn bas Oeen
furulehed Wi ths Associated I'rees by the
ufllcials of the colonial ( dice to day.
I he Dot cable dlNpatch announces that
ths Aoiericsn fl et euterrd Manila hsrbol
at daybreak. Stationing theuiaelvee oppo-
alte iheelty. Th furl opened firs noon
His Amertcsn snipe, wuerenpon iney
thifted their siel',loa to one near Cavil,
Manila bay, engaging in a Berne fight
sgnintt both fori and the epanieh fleet.
Theenirairemeni laaiea two nonrs, r
soiling lu the annihilation of ths Span
ish fleet This dixpaich adds that the
Amertcsn shins withdrew to their msga-
ii lis vessel lu lbs center ol lbs roadstead
tor the purpose ot coaling.
One American vessel, the nam of
which Is not mentioned, is said to have
been dienhled. Commodore Dewey re
quested ths British coueul, K. H. Kawson
Walker, to convey a message to tne
Spanish rover nor general dimsudlng
the surreuder of ail torpedoes and guns
at Manila, and rtawmlnii of ths cable
dicers, saying that unless the term
wers complied with ha would proceed to
KIWI OV THI H ATT LK.
'pnnlab Central th. Manila End nf tn
Hoax Kong Cabla.
Washington. May 8 Secretary Long
up to V:lu o'eiork had received uo word
irom ths AHlatlc tquadrou. It would take
the MrCullnch three days to riach Hong
Kong. It Is believed that British cou
uit have orders to keep their govern
ment Haded and the that news of the
baills not from apautah sources will be
received by ths Britiab foreign oUice.
Indon, May . Tlis queen Is said to
have declared that ber spirit ean uever
lis daunted as long as she can rsly on
iie patriotism aud courage ul the bpnu-
DkKTHOItU II V tU'LOSX,
Army for Caba.
Tampa, Via., May 1 Kleven regiments
ot lufautry, oneot cavalry aud ten light
Hamilton 17-JawcI Railroad Watches
Elg'n 2i-Jcwel Railroad Watches $28.00
These are adjusted and rated la three positions, aud are cased in open-face
Bllverlns screw bevel cases. W guarantee them to pass Inspection or refund money
Leading Jawelar, R. R. Avs, Albuquerqua N M.
Watch LuBpector (or Banta Vs Eailroad. Ws make a specialty of Watches tor Ball
Town In Tvaaa Tulally Iatruytl
Caiittilian, Texas, May 2. The town of
Mi beetle, iexas, was alnioet Vitally lie
siroved by a cyclone at 2:li o'clock Hun
day mnriiiiig John Htocker. Mrs. H
w right, Mrs. Kufus Kitchen and baby
Matteraon wers killtvl. Mrs. Kxuiu
baby Palmer and Mr. Anderson wers
fatally Injured. Kifleeu ars paiufully
injured. All county building wers
wrecked. Property loxs l;t5.(M
Ths town 1 the county seat ot w heeler
count r and has a population of 2n), aud
I thirty miles Inland from the Cana
Chltmsu stoca Mat bat.
Chicago, May 2.--I'attle Kecelpts,
2.xs ; market, weak, generally lUceu's
Beeves ti IS) 5.S5; cows and belters,
".2'al.o!; Texas steers, fUouji.lU;
stiM'kers and feeders, t i WH ib.
hlieep- Keoeipts, ...URi; murket steady
to 10 Cents lower.
Native sheep. III. ttftut 4.50; westerns,
s:Uucjl 4J; lambs. (..700(6.411,
Tuuuaa Taa blluiluatad.
WaahlDutoii, May S The seuuts com
mlttee ou finance has practically decided
lo eliminate the tonnage tax feature ot
the war revenue bill to avoid irritating
Silver aau UU,
New fork, May 2. Sliver, W,
MAMTIAL LAW IN SPAIN.
Mattl. ol Manila H Thfew th
- InrSt laim o i'am.
lisdrid. Mav t-llartlal law will be
proclaimed H there ars any hostile dem-
ouatratlolistn ths streetn.
Crest dlnctiileut prevails and "lack ol
foreelght" of the goveruuiuti Is blamed
tor the disaster.
At the Wriulnatlon of the cabinet coun
cil at 8 a. in. ths minister ot marine de
clined to turnlih paid information tor
lis government is aovnieo oy me news
paper to arm all available shipping and
attack American merchantmen.
heuor Komeeb y hobleilo. couservatlve
eader. Is expected to Inaugurate a sen-
aatnuiai debate la the chamber to mor
row, lu which he will be backed by the
Carlisle and republican.
(ieiieral weyler,wbiN popularity is in-
creating, will also provuks a debate In
Washinirton, May 2. The senate
tin a nee committee Is couriering the rev
enue measure panted by the house last
Propl or th. lnoarnt Nawapnawr Strip.
Will It Null INS Ui knot I p.
Washington. May 3. The presideut has
In pieparation a prociaiuuiiou wnicn
will tat Iseued within a day or two, fixing
ths status ot Hpaotsh subjects iu this
country. Ueneially speaking, ths pro
clsmatlon will make li kuowu that such
Hiitijecls are under suspicion and, it is
lielievetl, will announne timl strinveul
mesHUres will be taken to prevent their
hindering the speedy aud successful con
duct of the war.
UOl EKSMKNT or TUB 1'UILt IPINES.
laiurgeuU aad Anierloan rit Will Con
trol th. lalaatla.
New York. May 8 A cablegram
from Slugutre to the World says: L'pon
hi ..l.i tf.. t.' n --t i ..l
u1 iiotbi rioiifi fv'iia nruriBi npni
nalbi, the lnaurgeul leatlar ot the l lill-
lyytyv l-ianti-, win pntoauty na Ifanitivi '
! inn Aiiieiirnu itietmiru matt
join Commodore liewey at Manila. Agnl-
.. - I ... . I I .. . .IP... Ih. Ilhlh.. I..V.
UHiwn i j mi m lit ui i.iii-fi u
Kn a trip, rl tmhtBMa Ika InJan.nrl.
f nee of lbs Island and the Internal at-
iitti id c iiuroiit-i uiiuer Auiupeau
acd American advisers.
Ta Mold th. I'hlllppln.
Denver, May 1 Adjutant General
Vol! mar, ot the war department Of Color
ado, said 11 U likely that the Volunteer
raiaed Wtet of ths Missouri river will be
sain acroes ths PsciBe la transport to
hold Important poets ou ths Philippine
Aaatrlan War Ship.
Vienna, May 2 The Austrian cruiser
Maria I beresa has been ordered to Cuba
to pirtect the luivreeis of Auslro liun-tJ-
New Vork. May ..lbs United 8Ute
eruiMf Toaks, formerly ths Diogenes,
bas arrived here.
JOLOt Htlll or HAVANA.
lh. Amarlraa rieal I. lying- Tan Mil
off Morro t aat Iw.
(Copynalii Aaaoclutrd Prraa.)
Uu bs.nl Magahlp New York, off Ha
vana, May 1,4 p id., via Key west, Kla.,
Hay 8. I h ItiiM'.katl i ot Havana contin
ues. The I'ulted htstes flset I some
what toiiceiii rated, lying about tea miles
Tu. lliltlslt steamer Strathdes, Cap
tain I jrne, from Progress to Sagna la
'trsnt s tn ballast, was matte to hears to
si 10 W this innriilng, arter two shots
had bsn tired from the fltgahlp. Ths
Hiratli Ve whs tsstrdeti, proved ber Iden
tity irl wa allowed to proceed, as the
4gua la Grand Is not a blockaded
( Fraatdeat. fro rlauatlo.
Waslngbin, May I Th preeldeut
oou vlll lsaiie a proclamation In re
strain; ot Hpan inh subjects In ths United
Uav. Otrs lll.hly rnnipllmant. Captain
Thofc llushra. C lm-n:
Sanu re, May X. Ths Albuquerque
men ars all right, adverse criticism lo
lbs contrary notwithstanding. Out of
tlfleoii ei4iniiied thirteen wers accepted
nd mustered In. Your son panned.
ilapL Cuiper compliments ('apt. Luna
tint suvh the proportion will bs belter
this evi-plng. M A. otkru, Uovernor.
Only a Two Moura Job.
Inndrin, May 2. The British govern
msnt of t.'ie Hlraiis Hetilcment cables the
American lltwt "anulhllaird the Hpaulsb
lieet lu a two hours eugagemeut,"
S V.LOflS ARB .ICaiLANT.
Uwy' Uraal Trolory frala by tb.
, Atlantl. asinadron,
Oa twurd ths flagship Brooklyn, rift
Kort Itoii rtia. Ms UtAhan a rt-oy-luia
brooght the sprcfal edition ot the paper
wiiu nr .K ui in name ni aiaoua, on
tx.ard t: .it in ruing, titers was great Ju-
! l,a ti ..Vivo wsa ths first ship to
ly t'f iiotnif lewy s hg. and
ihroucb the Asnocinted Press these mes
sages were seat:
Tn Ile-.o-.Tha Rru,ltln oihlnh fr.l
flew your flag, glories in your vietorv."
inigneo; urrituis asb i bsw.
"To Dewey The flying equadron say
to the Asiatic suiiailrou. 'Hull v. bovsl'
Coiigratulatlnns." (signed) "HcHLET."
Call for War Transport.
Mobile, Ala., May 2. Calls for trans
ports have beeu received here. The war
lepartmeut wired Major Pond to secure
at nuce Iwo lighters and one boat cauable
of carrying (Vki men wltb baggags. It Is
bellevea Inst I be intention Is to msks a
lauding somewhere along the Cuban
coast outside ot any fortified port.
WashlliKtuu, May 2. Ths preeident to
day sent theee nomliistlon lo ths senate:
The name of Minns! H, Wsluole, of Col
orado, to be agent at the Pueblo and Jl
carilla agency, N. M., and John 0.
Pritchard, postmaster at BUbee, Arlxona.
Washington. Mav 2. The senate nasa-
ed the lull providing tor the enlist
ment of lO.OUJ yellow fever immiiues
aud a brlgads ot eugineers.
Wa a now It.
Washington, May 2. -The rendt tvous
ing point for volunteer tnsips has been
changed In New Mexico from Albuquer
que to r-a nta Ks.
Will Kihauat Khmiwi,
Ixndou, May 2 A dispatch from Ma
drid saya thst the Hpauish minister are
"determined to ei banal their renources tu
deleuaeof ths national honor."
Gingham sun bonnets, 26 cents.
Two giughum aprons, & cenls.
Choice lot of flowers, lo to 76 cents.
Children's Irghuru hats, 35 to &." rents.
Ia Quality, Style and Price
Is Ocr With.
The Kind of Ladies Shoes We Have
and the Pricn We Are Selling
Them at has Placed ui ahead ot
Competitors. We arc trying- to
Give the People of Albuquerque,
the Best Shoes that are Made at
Reasonable Prices. We Warrant
Our Goods to be Just as represent
ed. Our Shoes will cost you a
little mire than shoddy stuff, but
they are the cheapest in the end.
GEO. C. CAIHSLEY & CO
Keliabl. Hltoe Dralera,
122 S. Second St.
MaII Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
Agent lor Bntter
Ick'a Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
Our Saturday Special
Extraordinary Bargains for this Saturday. Unheard of
Valuos in Men's Pants and Shirts. Thcso aro all odda and
ends and Drummer's Samples. Oomo early and have first
pick, before tho sizes am broken.
Eight Dozen Odds and Ends, and Drummers' Samples of
Negligee and Working Shirts, in Outing Flannel, Madras
Cloth, Duck, Etc., in checks and stripes. Worth up
to 75c mid $1.00. Our Saturday's Price only 35
Seventy-live pair of All-Wool Pants in Cashmere and
Choviot. Theso are Odds and Ends and Drummer's Samples,
consisting of Stripes, Checks and Hairline Patterns, which
sell regular at $8.00 and $3.50 a pair. Our
Saturday's price only. $2.00
These Prices Positively for Saturday Only. Boo
TTTT,'jI3Tr TTT) IESIESCDCSo
Furniture and Carpets.
Shales and Curtains.
Prompt and Careful Attention Given to Mail Orders.
II SISlSIIM IIWlllM
I AGENTS FOR
AU P-ttcra 10c an- 15c
Day a Received.
204 Railroad Avsnue, Albuquerque, N. M.
THK WVST LIMITED WOKE IN THE (ITY.
1411. ssiiKsa Jl tti r4rn I, vttisi
. . H. E. FOX, . .
Comer 'id St. and ioll Ate,
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTO" SANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
Railroad Watches Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
21 lcwU4 E'.itit
21 Jc weird alth.nu
21 and 23 Irw.lrd tiampderu
17 wI- Klifini
17 Jeweled Valthsrruu
Fins Cold, Gold lUd, Silver
snd NkkU ces.
Wt have just received an elegant line of
18k Wedding; Rings in Tiffany, Oval
and Flat shapes.
Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting; and ar
t is tic engraving; promptly done.
Is shopping headquarters for all economical people of the Territory. A '
regular supply center for people. We use every effort to make this store
exct 1 in 'its stocks," "its qualities," "its points of accommodation" and be
yond a 1 question ,lits very low prices."
Priflo That Arguo Stronger Than Words
JIall Orders) Solicited and BatUf.tctloa Guuruuteed.
loo dczi n C hi'Jrens' black hose, all sizes
from 5 to 8j4 mid extra long. This Week.
Speciil 4 pa Irs for 2fto
25 dozen Ladies' muslin gowns, made long
and full with rufll ! and tucks. AU sizes,
Ti is wrek at :,5c Each
25 pieces (f Lawns and Organdies, nice de
signs anil rherr goods. Regular 15c quality.
Spi:al this wei-k lOo ti yard
25 pit-ces of pen ales -in new cheiks and
stripes. Special wh'lf thev last. , ,7 a yard
One lot cf India Linen Remnants. Piec s
run from 2 to 10 yard. Regular 15c goods.
Spec! il to dear out. only 80 a yard
Another lot of ladies ribbed vests in white
and ecru nicely made and taped. Special
only 5s imh Ii
A special lot 12 pieces of Dress Goods, all
new Spring designs bought to sell for consid
erable more money than we ask, and to maVe
them more lively we place on them a special
price of only , , . . ,'4So a yard
A new line of Metal Iteltx.
A new line of Velvet Ileitis.
A new line of Silk Itolt.
A new line of Army lWltn.
The Fine! Lint of Ladies, Mian sad Cbild'ens Fancy
Psrssub In the West In sll Colors and Fancy Combio-tiona.
See IUustratioa for on of our Novelties. Prices ranging
from $1 00 up to $15.00.
Received ano' her lot of 25 of these $175
Gloria Umbrellas. A late shipment. Special
while tr-y last SI. 10
A new line of Velvet Stocks with Cut Steel
A new line of L tdies Neckwear in ail new J
stripes ard colrinvs.
Anew 1 ne of Suahes and Neckwear in
Roman strpes. Plain and N tvelty weaves
wih knotted fiinge en.Js from 23o each