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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FKIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 13, 1898.
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Destructive Attack for Three Hours
on San Juan Batteries.
ONE MAN KILLED ON THE NEW YORK.
Washington, Uay 13. At 7:80 thli
morning the Davy department received
the following from Admiral Bampsoa.
dated at 8k Thomas, Mat 8:
"A portion ot lbs squadron onder tnj
command reached San Joan at daybreak.
No armed rsasels were found In the port.
As aoon aa It waa sufllclently light I
commenced aa attack opon the batter-
lea dsftndlng tba city. Thla attack Unfiling of 29.087 volanteera at Chlcka
laated about three hoom and reenlUd In maoira. This .mkr ......
fljhtlng until Ita ammunition waa ex
haaeted. The bombardment waa begun
without notice and according to official
dispatches, foreign rsslrfsnts can com
mand compensation from the United
AMmhlt at Chlaaamaasa.
Washington, May 13. The war depart
ment to day beard order for the as-
to the batterle and lncl-
dently to a portion of the city adjacent
to the batterle.
"The batterlea replied to oar fire, but
without effect. One man waa killed on
board the New York and eeren were
wounded In the squadron. No sorlons
damage to any of the ships resalted."
CASUALTIES AT BAN JVAH.
Nanus of Killed Bad Wmailid oo Halted
New York, May 13. A special from St.
Thouia. eaya : 1 be casual ties on the Uni ted
State fleet lu the bombardment ot Baa
Juan were aa follow:
Killed Seaman Frank Widimark, of
the New York.
Wounded Samuel Feltman, leg broken ;
and four other aeamen on the New York;
Marine U. 0. Merkle, elbow broken; Sea
men B.C. Ulll and John Mitchell slightly
aaa Jaaa Hat surreadtirad.
London. May 13 The Ktrenlng Newj
publishes a dispatch from 8U Thomas
aylng that San Juan de Porto Rica stir
reudertd yeeterdaj evening. . -
DETAILS Or TBS ATTACK.
Shora Gsae Fliwd Huaitr1. r Shot., Hit-
tla( iha Hmw York aad Iowa.
London, May 13. All the American
warships, says a dispatch to the Kvening
News from St. Thorn, except the Mont
gomery, steamed In au elliptical forma
tion before the fortluvulluns of San Juan
de Porto Rico, which llrsd from twenty
to thirty guns, seven of which were
The tlet Unit fired too low, but at the
second discharge got au elevation and
aoou slleuced Morro caxtle and set Ore to
the town, driving the Spaniards from
the guns repeatedly.
The shore guns fired hundreds ot shots.
The New York was hit once and a seaman
killed and tour wounded. The Iowa was
bit once and two men were slightly
The dlepatch adds that Immense dam
age was done to the city and important
buildings collapsed. The Iowa and De
troit nred 430 shots with terrible effect
The Americans did not attempt to take
possession of .or destroy the town, beyond
razing the fortification.
INVASION OF ri'HA.
P.lajrad bjr FrM.Dc. or Spanl.h riasl la
Wat ladlaa Watara.
Washington, May 13. The war de
partment's plans tor the immediate In
vasion of Cuba baa been materially
changed by the news of the presence of
the UpstiUn flwt In the West Indian
waters. It will delay the movement for
Prouilo.ut Maa Killed.
Tripeka, Kan., May 18. J. 8. Collins, a
well known real estate dealer, was killed
In bed this morning by an unknown per
sou with a shot gun belonging to Col
lins. Two shots were fired In rapid suc
cession. Mrs. Collins was slightly
manga. This embraces twenty regt
menls and five batteries from Wisconsin.
Michigan, Minnesota. Indiana and Illi
nois, Maine. Missouri, New Hampshire,
New York, Maeachusetts, Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Rhode Island and Vermont.
BKCONO SPANISH FLVKT
Btlll at Cadl.-Majr Kanort Military Eipa
dltloa ta PhlllpplnM.
Gihraltar, May 13 The second Bpanleh
fleet Is still at Cadii and It Is reported
will escort a strong military expedition
to the Philippine islands.
OAMAUK INCONal DBKABll,
Baj. Spanish Official Haport or tba Horn.
vard ot.ut r Baa J uaa.
Havana, May 13, via KiDgxton, Ja
maica, May 13. The SpauiHb official re
port of the bombardmeut of San Juan,
Porto Rico, says the damage doue Is In
considerable and the loss insignificant.
Caa Commaad C.np.ui.11..,
Madrid, May 13.-Offlclal details of the
engagement at Cardenas say the gunboat
Autoulo Lopes, bulonging to the Cam
pania Trans-Atlantic, mouutlng one gun,
was struck twelve times, but continued
BOMRAHD CABUKNAS. '
Hrportad that tha Wllailn(toB Will
Arena tha Window.
Key Went, Kla.. May 13. The Winslow
arrived last night in charge ot Rnsign
Bailey, ot the Wilmington. One of the
crew on the Winslow says that when he
left Cardenas It waa understood the WU
mtngtou would go In and bombard the
Tha Spaa l.h squad ma.
Washington, May 13,-The Spanish
Kjuartrou, so far as knowu, Is made up of
seven first class ships, of which four are
armored cruisers and three torpedo
SPAIN'S CONDITION OESPCRATK.
Havalntloa Ortala to Follow tha Nut
Madrid, May 13. Spslu's condition Is
desperate. The rioting everywhere ag
gravates the political crisis. Martial
law has been proclaimed throughout the
In view ot the probable revolution the
next news of a dlxaster the liberals and
conservatives have promised the aueen
to support a dictatorial militia cabinet
uuder Marshal Campos, should events
KomoTS Woni.a aad Children.
Boston, Mass., May 13. Orders were
received at Fort Warren from the war
department to remove all women and
children at once.
BON BAUD M KNT OI MANILA.
laimla.al If Bpaalarda Attack Americas
Berlin, May 13. The North German
Gaxette saya it learns that the insur
gents ot the Philippine Islands have se
cured all the arms stored at the Cavlte
arsenal and a bombardment ot Manila Is
Imminent should the Spaniards attack
the American blockading squadron.
HAS LKFT BAN JUAN.
Bamowa Has Goae to Moot gpaaUh Float
New York. Mav 13. A SDecial from Ht
Thomas to-day reports that Admiral Sanin
son bat left Han Juan to meet theUpaulsh
umi saia 10 ue ai toe isiana of Martinique.
SHOT BY TI1K MPANIAHDS,
Juba Parchaa., Mata aa cj.aol. B. Ilatl.r,
Klllad at Cl.nm.io..
Boeton. Mav 13. The schooner Jennie
8. Butler, from Cienfuegos, reports that
ner niave, joiin rurcliaae, or fortland,
Maine, was killed by the Spaniards. It
Is thought that Purchase attemnted to
pass a trocha and was shot to pieces.
Ordar Slrlrtlf Malataload.
London. Mav 13. Llovd's araurv at
Manila to-day cabled from Hong Kong
that order In the capital of the I'hillp
piues is strictly maintained and the ca
ble is aboard an American veseel.
Several local steamers are reported
Pra.ld.at af Iha till.
New Orleans. Mav 13 John Galvln of
Cincinnati, was selected president ot the
Taking Oa Coal.
WaHliiliffton, Mav 13. It Is learned
that the bpauish fleet was sighted In the
morulng, day before yesterday, off the
north coast of Martinique and again
sighted yesterday on the west coast, hull
down. 1 lie Ii dlcatlons are that It is tak
lng a full snpplv ot coal at Martinique
to replenish the bunkers exhausted by
i ue trip.
Hardly m Shot ma Iha Fart Sirarh tha
Ship, at Baa Jaaa.
(Copyright Aaauclated Pren.)
On board the Associated Prees boat
Daiintlees, St. Thomas, Danish West In
dies, May 13. The forts at San J nan ds
forto Kino has been bombarded bv a por
tion of the II et under the command of
Hear Admiral Sampson. The remarks
ble feature of the bumliardmenl was the
bad niarkmanHfllp of the Spanish gnn
ners, nanny a sihh irom tiie for la sink
ing the ships. Most ot the projectiles
en rery wine, ai tue clone ol tlie bom
oanimeni ine formications had a very
aiiapiuaiea appearance, cut toe gun
boats were as active as evt r.
The United Stales monitor Terror bad
a maguluVent halt hour duel with the
furls. The batteries bravely threw shot
and shell by her nntll shs seemed to oc
cupy a geyser basin. Spinleh gunners.
erased tiy the excitement, sometimes
dropped shells a mile awav from the ler
ror. The latter Urei oue shot to the fort's
three and alien the monitor retired, she
nil so slowlvand CnntemnttimiHl. mill
tiring at the Spanish torts. 1 he Spaniards
continued their fire on her nntil she was
miles out of range.
After the enuairement the Danntl
steamed anions- the fleet, whose crews
were cleaning the decks and pollehlng
the guns. Thy only marks on the Iowa
were a dent on an exhaust Dine and a
H'Kin injury loine railing or ner bridge.
foe iew inrk had several small holes in
one of her ventilators. Kach veeael In
the action carried two laro-e American
"Doctor" Flomlaf Bsd.
Flaintaff. A. T.. Mav IS. "line tor'
Graves Kiemlnr. a QUack medicine vrn
der, was egged here last night by the
unja siier gelling many people to buy
his medicine, lis lead them to believe
I net he wonld return them their money
with other money with It.
FROM I. I'D A 'B BANCH.
Jadgo Crumpark.r aad Sh.rlfT Hahhall
Mnara Front a Trip
Judce J. W. Crnmnactpr and PherlfT
lliouias liulilwll returned last night
tioiu Msa.lalena. after snenilino' a lew
day vltiting with Hon. Sol. Luna, whose
ranch is situated about sixty live miles
from Usirdalena at the Dines where the
old fort, OJo Callente, was located. This
is a pure of considerable historic Inter
est in New Mexico, an it was there that
the Apache chief. Victor lo. headed an In.
xnrrection of the Apaches In IhhOl when
the government decided to remove them
The lamblnff this vear on Mr. I.nna'a
ranch has been extraordinarily good,
and. In fact, a record breaker. He has
16,000 lambs, which means about 106 per
Mewrs. Hubbetl and Crumpacker re
port having had a most pleasant trip.
They spent a portion ot the time hunting
but the scarcity ot game prevented them
doing much damage. Kuougb shootlug.
however, waa done to convince Sheriff
Huhbell that the Judge Is a crack shot as
well as an expert at rough riding.
They returned to Socorro yesterday af
ternoon en the same train with Sheriff
Hureum, who had Mcllermott in charge.
rue train fuovlng very etrrwiy al foe
time aud It was stopped before Mcller-
niott FOt Verv far awav. (Ina alint Arad
over bis head was all that was necessary
Mf pwiy 11 1 1U.
a , a
to the Kventnv News. Is outside ot Ran
Juan ds forto Klco awaiting the arrival
01 tue npanisn neei.
romaiodora SrhLT'a Ord.ra.
vta.hlngton, May 13. Commodore
Vhlei's orders are discretionary to move
ncrinng 10 me movements of the Spat
tea n vi uiat ne is anvisea ot,
Commodore Schley in Pursuit o:
Say the Latter is
Rloe Handred Spanish Rt ported 1111(4 la
Fight With laiargcota.
locatioi or umi got mi.
Washinirton. Mav 18. Secretarv lins
inn rwwii ouiciai anvices iroiu Mar
unique, Windward Isleuds, that the
Spanish fleet has been Blghted to the
westward of that Island. Martinique la
about two mlh a In a southerly direction
irora oan duan. wnere the American
squadron onder Admiral Sampson was In
atlnn yesterday. The Bnanleh vessels
off Martinique compose ths ormllalls
wjtiadroii recently collected at the Cape
1 rnm miaiius, wuivn sauea irom there
two weeks ago.
rpon receipt of this Information the
secretary Immediately ordered Commo
dore Schley, at Hampton Koads, to pot to
sea at once wltn ths flying squadron. It
ueneTen ma sqiiauron nas oeen Bent in
pursuit ot the Spanish squsdrou.
HKAW SPANISH LOSS,
Nino Hnndrad Klllad la aa iDiuinul
Iiondon, May 13 Accordlna to a dis
patch from Havana, there has been an
eiiKsgemeut between ths Spaniards and
Insurg-enls, during which nine hundred
nr the roriuer were ki led. Ihe location
of the battle Is not mentioned.
iHwtlaatloa I. I'ekoawa.
Fort Monroe, May 13. The flylna
squadron has orders to put to aes, lteell
At Fort da Praaoa.
London, May 13. Lloyd's arent at
Vlartlulqiie conilrms the advices that the
Spanish fiuet Is at fort de If ranee.
Nat How Chaap, But Ha
Hereafter our strawberries will be
picked from ths vines when ripe, and
shipped In refrigerator crates, arriving
here as fresh as when picked, aud free
from duet. Those wishluir something
cuoiw, win oo wen 10 can on
- K. U. Pkatt & Co.
Som.lhln( Now, .
Msjestlc Klondike ranie for nse dur
ing the warm mouths.
Safer, cheaper and better than sras or
All steel, no danger of break no- or
getting out of order. No smoking.
Cowl of oue large enough for a suial
family, from $ uo to fl-.iX).
Lull and see them.
lHlMHOK IUhdwari Co.
A PATKIOTIC MOVIC
Tha lll.tarla FlaritaS' la Old Tawa Plaaa
lo Hmolra Attention.
Albuuuerqiie. May 13. In thwe excit
ing times of war it looks very sad, in
deed, to see our veteran flagstaff lu the
middle of the park of the old town, uu-
paiuted, unhonored, unsung, and without
the emblem ot liberty proudly tlnating in
me breeze, coveriug, protecting aud lu-
spiring lis sous.
1 reuiemoer lu my early childhood, at
the beglnniug ot the 'M. aud from that
time to the close ot the war, that I aud
all the school children every moruiug
awaited with Interest and pleasure guard
mount with its attendant music, gun
and Hag raising, also the same program
at sunset; and that memory has beeu iu
delibly marked In our minds, aud has
created a profound love aud respect for
the stars aud stripes.
Having consulted with Hon. Jesus Ro
mero aud several other citizens ot old
town, I will circulate a subscription 114
iu the old town tlrst aud afterwards in
the new, for the purpose of defraying the
expense of painting, Uxlng and repairing
me historic uagststi generally, and when
that Is done we will set a date to raise
'Old Glory" to the mast-head with proper
program for ceremonies, firing of batter
ies, speeches, etc lours truly.
Hamilton 17-Jewel Railroad Watchee $52.50
Elgn 21-Jewel Railroad Watchee $28.00
These are adjusted and rated In three positions, and are eased In open-face
Bllverlne screw bevel eaw. We guarantee them to pans Inspection or refund money
Leading Jeweler, R. Ft. Avi, Albuqnerqo. N. M.
Watch Inspector for Santa Ke Ballroad. We make a specialty of Watches for Rail-
B.sala Soorh and llaarlng.
Tom liarrett and John Heed, while
working the deaf aud dumb racket, were
arretted lust ulght by Ollicers Bsrnhlll
and Martinex. They were brought before
Juxtice Crawford this morning and hav
lug recovered their speech and hearing
lu ths meantime, they were given an
opportunity to partially repay this favor
of providence by working for Ufteen days
on the streets of Albuquerque. Barrett
Is an old acquaintance ot Marshal For
nod, having been a boarder at both the
city and county jails in times past.
In honor of the New Mexico depart
ment. Grand Army of the Itepulilic, the
territorial veterans holding their fif
teenth annual encampment here to day,
the Bank ot Commerce hung to the breeze
this morning the handeome l ulted States
flag of the Guards, whils from room 35,
Grand Central hotel, another large flag
of the 1 11 Ion is prominently dleplayed.
A Cuban flag is hung from the front win
dow of the olllce of Mayor K. W. Clancy.
Altogether, the N. T. Armlji building
looks very pretty.
The warrior of the Booth family, Frank
Booth, ha written another interesting
letter to his brother, Wilmnl Hooth, from
Han Antonio, Texas. Fruuk states that
the boys made the trip all right, but
some of theiu are feeling bad since their
arrival on account of ths fact that ths
camp at San Antonio Is located on
swampy ground. He states that the
troops will undoubtedly get away for the
front sometime next week.
Agalaat Fraana (or Its Prohibitory Duth
00. Lord aad saaaaaa,
Washington, May 13. Senator Cullom
presented to the senate a petition signed
bv twenty-oiie leading packiug and ship
ping firms of Chicago, asking for retal
iatory legislation against France on ac
count of the ralos nfduty on the Impor-iaiiun-ut
itrd sod crtiAfe. r.ten.r im
puand by that Kovernmeut which will
have the effect of absolutely prohibiting
the shipmeut ot those articles from the
Location Not til.oa;
Loudon, May 13 A special from Ha.
vana says nine hundred Spaniards have
been killed In a fight with lusurgeiita.
ine location ot ins battle la not given.
Official laformalloa Kaeal.ad.
Washington, May 13. At 0:40 Secre
tary Long gave out the statement that of
ficial information has beeu received that
Ihe Spanish aqtiadrou has beeu sighted to
the westward of Martinique.
Capo V.rda Float at Martlaliiaa.
Washington, May 13. While the navy
department will not officially admit the
fact, a strong intimation is made that
the Cape Verde fleet Is west of Mar
tinique. Ta lave Martinique.
Madrid, May 13.-10:30 a. m.-lt is
said the bpanleh fliet are to leave Mar
tinique immediately for an unknown
A SEMI.OrriCIAl. NOTK.
Fraach Artlll.rr Man Wara not ladad la
Havana liy Iha Laray.tta.
Paris, May 13. A seml-olllclal note
was issued this afternoon denying that
French artillery men were landed In Ha
vana by the Lafayette, which was allow
ed to enter recently. The note adds:
France will not depart lu any way from
the rules ot ths treaty."
Sllr.r aad UM.
New York. May 13. Silver. CO7.
Lead, 13 BO.
Waiting for tha SpanUh Float.
London. May 13. Ths American fleet.
according to a dispatch from bt. Thomas
Poatorsno A pproprlatlaa Bill.
Wellington, May 13. Ths conferees
n ths peu nine appropriation bill agreed
to eirixe out ine senate provision limit
ing the number ot deliveries In cities to
HI It FLI'ISU BUtlAORON.
Prepare! to Sail a a Momantf Natl
"Wo aall Ta-Uay"
Fort Monroe, Va., May IX The flyln
aquaiiroD is prepared to sail at a nin
no iit's notice. Ut night launches were
insen aoonru ine ships, and at 4 0 clock
this morning letters came ashore. The
clllrers gave a farewell greeting to their
wives, ana private telegrams say: "w
BAG ABTA'B HARD TASK.
Trylae to Farm a New OaMaot Broad
Bapnly Alnaat KahanMad.
Madrid. May 13. Senor Sagasta Is ex
pertenclpg an unexpected difficulty In
mniiiug a uew cauinet.
There Is much uneasiness on account
st me rnmor that bv to-n ht the bread
tupply of all the bakeries here will be
A BPIRITRO ENUAUBB1KNT.
otwaaa Kspodltlaa with Bappllas for
Caba aad Spaa lards.
Key West. Msv 13. Ths trsjiannrt
.wauier unwie, which left here wllh a
oig expedition for Cuba Wednesday
oight, hsd a lively engagment with the
Spanish at Cahaiias, I'lnar del Kin, yes
terday, but succeeded In accomplishing
The Giissie carried 7.000 rifles and
large qtiantlly of ammunition Intended
ror ine Cuban.
1 he expedition was directed k Hant
i. 11 Uorst, United Statee cavalry, who
King over a hundred men of the First in
fantry ana ten Cuban scouts.
The tinsels was met off ths Cnhan
coast by the auxiliary gun hosts, Weep
ami auiiiug, wuicn escorted ner in. As
they approached the shore thsSnanlah
Miioiers openea nre. ins gunboats re
plied with effert enabling the expedition
to land. On the shore the battle was re-
the Spanish troops retired to tha works
ana wools and directed a constant but
Inaccurate fire upon the landing party,
men was reinforced by armed Insur
gents. Then under the Ore of the gun
boats ths Spanish force was compelled lo
(rue of the American nartv waa shot In
the back. lheSpanishlosa U not kuown,
but must have been heavy.
'. olflMuul Rmum Bask."
Madrid. May 13 The official version
hers of the bombardment ot San Juan de
forto Klco Is that the American fleet waa
gloriously beaten back .
F.placnpal Itl.hoa Uloa.
luhuqiie, Iowa, May 13 William Slev-
lis Kerry, ths hplsoopal bishon for tha
.11 . 1 , j . . . . -
niwaa 01 low, niea io-oay.
Cm'i!m.I niiraMi SiMi, .
Wa-Iitngton, May 13. The bouse to day
considered private bills.
WORK FOH SCIILKT.
Will Ha Ordsrad to C'loaa I'p aa Haraaa
TrooM la Uaadlasaa,
Washington, May 13. It Is now be
lieved to be the purpose of the govern
ment to order Schley's squadron to close
up 011 Havana ana troops meanwhile will
be kept In readiness for a forward move
ment as aoon as the time Is thought
New York. May 13. Money on call,
nominally at 1 '4 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper, 6tt'.
Ohleaaa Oram Market.
Chicago, May 13 Wheat May wheat
fl bOper bushel; July. 1.04'4. Corn
May, 3o4c; July 3S.'.e. UaU May,
3oc; July, -Mt.
A portion ot the shoes ordered by A.
Simpler last fall for tha spring and sum
mer trade have Just arrived aud persons
in need ot footwear can get the latest
styles at greatly reduced prices at bis
Judge Crumpacker to-day set the hear
ing of the ditch irrigation case fur Wed
nesday ot next we'k, when testimony
will he taken to show whether all the
Klo U ramie is appropriated ou not.
Key. Sutherland, ot San Marclal. will
arrive in the city to morrow and will
S reach at the Highland Method let church
nudity. He will also bold services ever;
night next week.
Officer Frank Rossi fell down yeeter
day and sprained his ankle so that he
will be laid up for some days.
Hon. W. B. Clillders returned from So
corro laet night where he attended the
Lulted States court.
Too Bad About
. . Those Shoes
The ones that hurt you lor three weeks after
you bought them tai then went to pieces.
THOSE ABE THE ORES
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21 jeweled W.lihuiu
21 and 23 Feweled tlampdeni
1 7 Jeweled Hamilton!
17 icwetcd Elgin.
1 7 Jeweled Walthams.
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We have just received an elegant line of
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Fine Watch work. Stone Mounting- and ar
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Mall Order- Solicited and Hat Inaction Otiaranteed.
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b. ii. ners-man. ivo wara lULler. II. M
iniTia, nsnia re; Haiim U. binipsoa.
' sn?Bow' iraupiuie.
J. T. Kldor. Kansas Pit! C. W.Trimhla
Kort Collins, Colo.; J. Ai. Gerard, New
ork; L. II. Beholla, Hsnver; J. A. Brown,
ort Uolllns. Colo.: K. A. Kramer. Kla.
taff; V. a Kadell. Chlcairo: W. N.
Turner, Now York; J. W. Llnlitbody, Bt.
Jos. Mo.; fleorirs K. Ksterlin, Ilenvsr;
John . Hewitt. YYhlt Oaks; F. Hnoti
anan, Bocorro; W. 8. Little, t'in
cinuatl; Jiswiih Gardner. Brooklyn:
)o. P. Davidson. Louisville, hr:
Benhardt. Bt. Louis. Wo.:
tieo. L. Wood. Denver: II. 8. Clanrr.
SanU Ke; W. K. Doyle. Pueblo, Cola;
m. Baker, Dodge Cltv, Kan.; J. C. Kitt
en;, Los Angeles; M. T llsarey, Ban
ranrlsoo; Nis-ton Kelson. Denver; J. K.
awson, Bt. Louis; U. W. (Irllllth. Kanws
Ity; 11. 0. Vavoirent. Der.ver: J. W.
Dickiuson, L. II.; L. K. Bteiunieta, Den-
Crooksry and glasawara. Whitney Co
Donahoe Hardware Co,
Corner Railroad Ave. and Third St,
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
1, " f"""!' '
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE.
John Decro Flows,- Fish Bros'. Wagons,
Waltpr A. Mood Mowers, Majestic Hanses.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
ST. T. Annljo Ilulldlng:.
Ooxatrealljr Itooatad IXotal.
AH Paltcms 10c ana 15c
204 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
Day m Received.
111! i m
Bctn fourth the argument of our SoIIIiiht ft'iittireH. No fllmy lmltatlona
are tolerated In thix utore for the imrnoMo of iianilnj; alluring prlce-flgrurea.
No value overlooked in the BUYING affairs of this business. Its success
is due to in efforts to buy aad sell the best quality for the least money.
FOR THE COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
All colors China Silks cnly. . ,'.Wc a yard
White China Silks with white figures and
sprays; very nice and dainty, only
(JOe ii yard
White undCrei-m Satin, all widths and quali
ties, upwards from -lOo a yard
yards wide, upwards
. ...oOe a yard
Fine White llatiste in a large range of prict s
upwards from 15o a yard
India Linens in all qualities upwards from
So a yard
A big line of Fine White Checks and Snipes
in Open Work, Grenadines and Nainsook.
Must be seen to be appreciated. All prices
from 5c a yard upwards
White Kid and Satin Sandals, in heel or
spring heel, from $1.25 to $3 a pair
llig line tf Fine White Empire and Feather
Fans upwards from W)c each
White Gloves in Chamois and kid in all
sizes and stales; also Silk Mitts la all I. n'h",
upwards from ,.'A5e eaelt
In fart we have everything nroita'y
for Commencement toll ta for i he Young
La ties, and at Moderate Price.
A Black Silk Ribbed Hose, in size 4 .5
and $, at only ffOe a pair'
7. 74,8 and Stf at only .....75c a pair
These goods are worth just double the
money we are asking for them, but it is oa ac
count of not having all sizes that we are sell
ing them at these prices.
JtlHKON SPECIAL "
Our entire stock of Fancy Ribbons in all
widths, which to'd from 35c to 60c a yard put
on special sale at oHy '4 Ho a yard
A new line ju t received made of Percales
and Dimities, nicely trirnmtd and well made,
in ull colors and all sizes, only $1.25
See window display of a new full line of
Men's Golf Shirts, special at...., J5o
Full line of Men's Golf Shirts, with extra
cuffs at 85o
Full line of Men's Stanley Golf Shirts, with
ex'ra culls, at $1.00
Full line of Men's Silk Stripe Golf Shirts with
extra culls and tie, at , $10.0
These a- the beit values In the city fnr ths quality.
Genl'i Shirt, with attached collars, Ihe regular Sue, Sc an4
7ic tliirt, lu cIumi out! only 26c
Mfn'i Rilbrifi;an Underwear, special, per garment. . 25c
M .-n't Two-tn'd Balbr:gia Underwear, worth iOc a
g.irmnl, specitl, this wt-k only 25c
Se our ituck ol Gejl'i Furnuhinga, the moat complete ln
in the city