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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 30, 1H90.
Nine Hundred Spaniards and Six
teen Priests Perish at Sea.
Insurgents Drote Them to Sailing
Vessels, Then Cams a Storm.
The Tale and HarrarJ Will Now Go
Back to rMMDter Traffic.
BAD TIIATMMT OF MIXICAM.
Tacoma, Waah., Ang. 30. Tha Hung
K ing Dally From t authority for tha
atatement that WIO BpanlanK Including
alxteon prttttH, lout tholr Htm fvral
works ago when the Spanlxh frunhoat
L'jta waa raptured by a vatwol Monglnn
to Ailmlral Dewej'a kju Iron. The ljrta
tin 1 bHn atatlonixl In an adjoining Inland
whara the InatirgHnta were unruaroti and
airifres-ilve. Th lattor waa gaining
ground rapidly, canning UOO Spaniards to
bnurd throe nailing vMla In an finlravnr
to escape from the native. The gunboat
L'jrte undertook to tow the tranaporUt to
Manila bay, where the Bpaularria aboard
were surrender! to Admiral Dewey, If It
did not encceed In landing somewhere
and reaching Manila under diver or
darknewi. After Leyte towed them down
Pampangaa river and aim a dialance
along the coatt a heavy alarm came lip
making It neeuwarrfor the gunboat to
rut the town lixwe and to proroml to Ma
nila for aMrtlrttanott. Before getting
there aha waa captured by the Aiuprtruia.
The next day an American venue! waa
dl-pitched to tlnd fhe three tranepnct-i,
but failed to discover any trace of (hem.
The tutivea on the aljulalng eoaat eay
they haw nothing of auy veewlrt.
The Chlnene Kmperor had lamipil an
edict that Kuropean and AmerlCHU lula
aionartea and converts will ha fully pro
VAI.K AKI) HAKV1HI).
Mu.trr.d Out and Will Ha I'ut In toD.ll
llosi fnr rtBir TraiHo,
New York, Aug. . A d It-natch to the
Trlttina from Washington Rata: The
auxiliary eruixerH, Yaln mid Harvard,
which have bren under army jurliviictlon
tlii) lant two weeka aa traiitiiorta, made
their laet voyagea for the preeeut a-i gov
ernment veMaeU ami are to be rcatorel to
ownera of the American line ita axm aa
they run be put In condition for p4aen
l.laul. Mlaillay lral.
AtUnta, Ha., Aug 30 Kirt I.leulen
an! John 11. Bradley, of the Fifth in.
fautry, died to-day of typhoid fevrr in
the general hofpitul at Kort Vcl'hir-Miu
Yukon with t l.nno.mm In gold dunt from
the Klondike. The Roanoke alao carried
a full lNt of pawnirera.
Drnlil That llrattia at lump Wlknff Wara
from Vallow vr.
New York, Ang 30. The medical offi
cer at Cat'p Wlkoff, Montauk Toint, deny
that there have been any dentin at the
camp hopltI from yellow fever. Two
men, whoee death yeeterday la aald to
have been attributable to the dlaeate
uairn. 1, were, according to the anrgenna
in charg, victimaof lemlcloua malarial
fever, which those unf imlllar with yellow
fever In qneutly diannoee aa the latter.
Territorial ralr Nta.
lecr'tary Crawford hna written 005
lettera In replying to Iniinirlrw and In
sending Invitatlous to the territorial
All the mining dlntrlctn of New Mexi
co ahould have eome Due exhibit of
their urea at the territorial fair. The
Cochltl and Hell canyon dit-trirt have
already been heard from and will be
here with large and varied exhibits.
Amateur photographera from all parte
of the territory are going to make ex-
Ir.biU of their productions at the fair.
J u in and lMmetrlo Silva, of Laa Vegas,
are the latest to notify the secretary that
they will make an exhibit of this kind
nsnrgent Leaders Will Attend
Peace Conference. '
Several Reported Killed In Hanlli
Battle Are Alive.
War In Ejypl as Carried on by Anflo-
tVrll known llalryman fasaail Away at
Mlrtnlahl l.aat Nlalit.
.Iaun4 M. Champion, the dairyman
died at about mldulght laxt night at the
residence of tils brother, (leorge Cham-
ilon, No. 413 south Arno street. Mr.
Champion had been suffering for a long
time from ulceration of the stomach and
had become rapidly worse during the
pit few days. He waa removed from
the ranch to his brother's home yester
day morning so as to be where be could
si cure more regular medical attendance,
ut the disease had pn?rewd too far
and h" failed to rally.
Mr. Champion was about 42 years of
age at the time of bis death aud had
spent many years In Albuquerque and
other portions of New Mexico. For the
pant few yeara he had devoted bis entire
attention to hU dairy farm about three
mllea northwest of the city. A wife and
four children, two boys and two girls.
survive dim They have the sympathy
of a large number of Borrowing frlende
In their bitter loss.
Mr. Champion waa a member of the
Woodmen of the World, and tho funeral
will take place under the auspices of
this order to morrow afternoon at 4:30
o'clock. The services will be held at No,
413 south Arno street, llev. K. Bennett
will ollk-lhte and Cudertuker Strong will
have charge of the funeral.
(luaUiinalan Armj Oltt?t Airiieil of
TapHchula, Mex., Aug. 3D. Many out
rages have been perp 'tr ited on Mexlc tus
by tiutttemalan army oltlcrt. The wont
Cain Is that of Trinidad Voga, aa honest
furni-T, who h told by the Guatemalans
tint they wanted to buy h irsts and be
accordingly croi-sed the line with a largo
number of horaea to meet ieu. Barrtlas,
who eeizod bis animal i and had hlui
beuteti. Other similar actions are re
ported and are under investigation, aud
due iuformation will be given the gov
eminent of this republic'.
Col. an llorua Head.
Wellington, Aug. 30 Ti e war depart
meiit waa not' tied to day of the death of
Col J. J. Van Hume, of the Kighth
I lilted Btatte infantry, at Kort Bussell
HNioiir.t ur en ii I. ah.
Keport FrouiUad -Nuraiua Valeria
llaralli'l lu lutla.
Indiai.apollH, Aug. 30 The committee
apiMiiuted to Investigate the admlulHtra
tlon oill.'et) of the supreme lodge of
Knights of Pythias will make its report
to nnrrow. The report will ba lengthy
an I will show the supreme lllisera dere
lict iu duties but not guilty of wrong
The re-leectlou of John A. liluzley, of
C'li -agi, Irenurr of endowment rank la
The loige pasHd a resolution asking
co:igreis t make the uniform rank re
serve of the army necin I ouly to the lia
tional guard of the dilTrent states.
Ml Itrll TAI'K rK HIM.
Mixeuiri.l lo Admit Hull Solillrra
( ouuly HuKpllal at I'hlraao.
Cbicuiio, Aug 30. A movement Is on
foot to admit to the county hospital here
l.'xu.t th" sick soldiers of the Kirnt 1111
nois ruvalry now at Kort Hierldau. I'res
ideiit llealy, of the county board, says,
though the step is irregular.be will uo
stand on red tape, and Is ready to act llrst
and get authority.
Mai hod Ut HI laalonarlva
(ireeley, Colo., Aug 3D The Methodist
conference to day named A. A, Hyde, mis
sionary, New Mexico, aud 8. W. Downs,
no tiaci op nor. akdrii.
Manila. Aug. 30. The I'nlted Slates
transport China left here to-day, having
on board Major lieneral Merritt and staff.
The general la bound for l'arls to take
part in the Spanish- American peace con-
ereuce. Major General Otis la acting
governor of Mauila.
(ienerals (ireeiie and Bubcock, with
staffs, are also bound for Washington.
Opacible, the Insurgent leader, la going
to Hong Kong to confer with the Insur
gent Junta there. He will receive Agui-
oaldo'a Dual Instructions by cable.
Agonillo, another Insurgent leader, is
going to Washington.
It la considered probable the Insur
gent junta at Hong Kong will aend a
delegation to the Paris peace conference.
Agulnaldo will remain at Bakor.
Hundreds of unarmed Insurgents visit
ed Manila yesterday.
Bear Ailmlral Dewey declined to per
mit coastwise steamers to resume running
(tending the settlement of the Philippine
Gen. nil's, the Spanish governor of the
Yiscaya Inland, Is reported to have pro
claimed hlmlf governor general of
Spanish dominions In Philippine islands
aud has Invited adherents of Spalu to
rally at Ilolo.
Mora tiold from the klundlka.
Chicago, Aug. 30. Word waa received
here to day by the North Amerlcau Trans'
portation company of the arrival at
Seattle of their steamer, Boanoke, from
At a regular examination called by the
superintendent of schools, B. K. Perea
and the members of the board, Brother
Oahriel and U. B. Whiting, lu and for the
county of Bernalillo, to take place at
Albuquerque court house ou Monday, 3th
lust., and following days, fifteen candi
dates presented themselves nn the first
dny, of whom nine apply for a first grade
and aix for a second grade. It la the
w ii-h of the members of the board that all
desiring to take part in the examination
come as soon as possible. Kxaminatton
hours are as follows: From U a. m. to
1 1 A' a. iu., aud from 1 :30 p. m. to 4 p. in
The slu lies for Humiliation are orthog
raphy, grammar, t'ulteJ Statee history
arithmetic, geography, penmanship, the
ory and practice, physiology aud bygleue,
reading, both Kngllsh aud Spanish.
The following Is the list of applicants
for first grade certillcates: A. K. Hag'
gerty, Bland; Miss S. C. M. Hubbell, Al
buquerque; Miss Matie Pearl (Talk, Kel
ley, Socorro couuty; Miss Margarot A,
Shackeltou, Albuquerque; Miss Kittle
Kyan, Albuquerque; Miss Klizabeth Pow
ers, Albuquerque; Ansa Amelia McKay
Albuquerque; Miss Laura I.utz, Alhu
querque; John J. Kyan, Albuquerque.
The following applied for second grade
certillcates: Misa Kdna B. Leavitt, Alhu
querque; Mlsa Klla M. Byam, Alhu
querque; Miss Lulu Perea, Perea, N
II ;; Antonio Ortiz, Pena Blana, N.M
Lorenzo li. Henderson, Albuquerque; Ku
rique P. Yaldez, Albuquerque.
At I'uMlc Auction.
Krom the warehouse platform of M. P,
Stiimm, corner First street and Gold ave
nue, on Saturday morning, September 3,
at 10 o'clock, 1 will sell, without reserve,
to the highest bidders, a large lot of
goods that have ben stored, consisting
lu part of kitchen utensils, refrigerators,
cook stoves, sideboard, bed room seta,
chairs, de-k, upholstered furniture, par
lor sets, baby's bed, wardrolie, organ, two
trunks ami contents, Que phaeton, lu fact
everything needed about a home.
11. 8. Kmi.HT, Auctioneer.
Yeudere toda class de inuel.les de cusa,
coino tambien otros articuloe en venta
piildlca, en la plntaforma del almacen de
al Heuor M. P. htainm, el Hal. ado dia 3 de
8 'ptlembre, a las dies de la m mana.
H. 8. Knu.iit,
Covered jelly glasses, per doz 3ic
A neat water glass, per doz 40c
tireen and gold glasses, each. lite
La Bastie chimneys loc and 15c
bach of the Thirteenth Minna mla volun
terra who wi re given In soma reports as
among the dead. Inquiry at the war
department developed the fact that no
report of such death have b'en received
Governor (Tough c ilde Colonel Beere.
of the Thirteenth, and to-day received
the following reply: 8eb:Ach, FJorn
stadt, Carleton, Williams, Crowd I nearly
all well, and Little Improving. Bunker
and Lawrence of Company C, and l.eoh
man are very sick."
Captain Seebach'e bonis Isat Bed Wing,
and the news waa Immediately sent
there as his wife has been In a critical
condition since word was reciv.d of his
urn riuT AMMIVrHS AHV.
Mrs. Hnmnirll Will errra a riaa Dinner
to mmvninrata It,
On Thmsiiay next Mrs. Bnmiuell will
ave cor.ducte ' the m t popular dining
parlors in Albnqiierqne tor just one
year, and she rpf4 to celebrate that
event In rummer which will make the
fond memory of It live long In the recol
lections of her l ".trim and friends. Hh
III serve the 0e"t dinner which the
ulinary art Is rnpiMe of priMlncIng,
from 12 o'clock l 3 n m nn that day
All who have ever tried any of Mm. Bum-
mell'i rooking know that this means a
dinner which would taste delectable even
to the stomachs of the god. Plenty of
everything will be prepared and a cor
dial Invitation la extended to all.
war in Ktivrr.
Itrla-adeor Krlrlirtly Arana Meat and Fight
Cairo, Kgypt, Aug. 30. A brigade of
friendly Arabs, commanded by Major
Stuart Wnrtley, It Is announced In dis
patch from wad Kl Ohetd, dated yester-
lay, which baa been pushing around
Omduran, a Dervish camp, near Khar
toum with view of cutting off the re
treat of the force of Klultfa, hail the
Urst brush with the enemy ou the east
bank of the Nile aud captured five men
aud a grain laden boat. The Dervish
acouts, the dispatch continued, were fre
quently sighted, and the whole Anglo-
Kypttau army lias reach Omteriff, thirty
mllea from Omduran. It will move Into
a new camp ten mllea further south to
day. The gunboat Mellk waa wrecked
while recounolterlng ten miles up the
river lu a terridc atorm.
Jral.h Hoaah Rldera.'
In hla Interview with Bev. Dr. Kraus
opf on Cuban aoll, Colonel Booaevelt In-
firmed him of the exceptional valor of
hla eight "Bough Bidera" of tha Jewleti
f ilth. He said: "One of them, bv name
f Samuel Grpenwall, from Preitcott.
Arizona, entered aa a private on April 30,
aud Is now second lieutenant, promoted
for fighting by the side of Hooscr-lt for
two days and nights under constitnt Ore,
amidst the most daring heroism. Col mel
Hoosevelt saying that the nation has as
much reason to be proud of them a-i hn la.
Another, by name of Samuel Goldberg,
from Albuqueruue, N. M 32 years of aie
waa wounded lu the hip. aud for two da.
and nights continued fighting at Buose-
veil's side, under murderous lire, a lib a
bullet lu hla wound, which wai not -
trHd until the Oght was over, .in
showed me the maehel bullet. Another,
br tl e name of Samoel Fishell, of
Chicago, troop D, First cavalry regiment.
is ouly IS yeara old, and proved hlmeal'a
brnvn lad." Clnclnnttl American Israel
41 ran' Kauomlnatd.
Peoria, III., Aug. 30. The republicans
of the Fourteenth district to-day renom
lnated Joseph V. Graff, of Pckln, for con
gress without opposition.
TIIK M 11 Nit HAI.IIONIST.
arrh for lrof. Andraa I'rovad Fullla
llia Walluian Fart.
Tromsoe. Norway. Aug. 3D. The steam
whaler, Fridljof, having on board Walter
Wellman and uiemtsrs of his expedition
to Greenlaud, returned after landing the
expedition at Cape Tegathoff, on the
southern point of Hall's Island. While
the Wellman party was returning they
met the expedition to Franz Josef land
under Dr. A. 0. Northorst, at Koening-
skar Island, and were informed all search
tor Prof. Andree, the missing baloonist,
had proved futile.
New York, Aug. 30. Copper, 11c,
Sllvar anit Lawn,
sw York. Aug. 30. Silver. 8SV Load
New York, Aug. 30. Money on call
steady at 2(' per cent; Prime mercan
tile paper, 3 'iv(l!g' per cent.
t'l.luauo flrsla Marfcat.
Chicago, Aug. 30. Wheat August,
rt7 'C; Sept., t',4 .
Corn August, .' V; Sept., MiH
Oats-August, l'.i7B '!'(.; Sept., P.r
Hauaaa t'ltj Markat.
Kansas City. Aug. 30. Cattle Be
celpta, H.Oti.J bead; market, best steady
others weak to lower.
Native steers, t3.7iU 0; Texas stiers
:l loot i.l."; Texas cows and heifers
$l.7Stt3.'2o; native cow- and helfera,
f j.oo.rt.7o; stocK n and feeders, $ l,V(g
I '.ci; bulls, fi:&it I (Hi.
Sheep Becipts, 4,(X a ; market steady,
Lambs, -.:k),.io vJ; muttons, :t.0nt(
Clilracu Ntoi'k MarknC
Chicago, Aug. 30. Cattle Becetpta,
1, 5i ki head; dull and weak.
Beeves, t4.uMS &'; cows and heifers,
12.00(31. bo; Texas steers, ):("!
westerns, 3 l5ii .ii; stix-kers aud feed
ers, l:Ui4 tK).
Sheep Becelpts, P.OOti; market steady,
Natives, Jih0nr4.HS; westerns, 3.ol'c(
4 5.",; lambs, t:i.70u' uo.
I.IVK TO Mt.HT AI.AI.N
The tucw of our Special Bareaim in Witchra last wck inducci
us to olftr another. t have just reorived a supply of hull Jeweled 3
US jewels' Nickeled Movements, absolutely accurate timekeepers. H
We have fitted these in Warranted Gold rilled ft O OO 3
Cases and oiler (hem complete toe Tf t Q.
Only a doxen of them on band. x " t?
rV.a oiler LAIllliS' WATCMI S ,t Kl:lil CKll I'klCI S lor a FtiW l)AVS fr
Leading Jeweler, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque, N. M. R
iurri.l of lha K-pnrlvil Ulllril lo Maull
lUllla I'rrllr 1 lv ly Nolillrra
Wa hington, Aug. 3o - Orders hav
been sent by the war department to
Manila d I reel i in Gen. Grte'ie, of the
I nitw: States volunteers, to Iki sent to
Sail Francisco to be mustered out.
lien, liabcock will return to Sau Frau
elect for duly as adjutant general of th
department of California, and Maj
Siuipsou will report to Washington f
duty iu the adjutant general's olllce.
The announcement of promotions for
gallant service lu the battle of Manila
Included Captains Hjorustadt and See-
Conditions at Chickamanga Not
as Bad as Reported.
Deaths at Camp Wikoff Not From
ttj West and ualvrston Free of Yellow
BIO mi AT liSBVILLI. Tilt II.
Chlckamauga, Chattanooga National
MiliWry Park, Tenn Aug. 30 General
II. V. Boyiilon, chairman of the Chlcka
mauga Chattanooga National military
(ark commiaslon, ordered by the war de
partment to thoroughly Investigate the
conditions of Camp Thomas, completed
hla report and forwarded It to Washing
ton. The report Is favorable In nearly
every matter Investigated. The water
waa said to be good; ground well adapted
for camping purposes; hospital well lo
cated, and attention given to the sick as
good aa could be expected. Numerous
statements are contradicted by high
v allow ri.v:ti.
No Naw lellow aar at Ray Waal
Washington, Aug. 30. Dr. Wymau.
surgeon general of the mat Ine hospital
service, has receive I encouraging yellow
fever news both from Key West anil
Galveston. At the former place no new
etea have developed within the last four
days, and he la of the opinion that no
fever catei exlsta there now. There are
l.o new cases reported at Galveston and
the quarantine established against that
City has been ral-ed, but it Is continued
agnlriHt Kort Point where the troops are
AN ECONOMICAL OPPORTUNITY!
One of our r-roatt-st tflnrls w.i.a crowned with antTcan. We were fortunate enough to
oht.iin II.FKU) HROS.' KNTIRIi WHOLliSALU DEPARTMENT AT OUR
OWN PRICE. We intend to give the public the benefit of this Mammoth Purchase.
Don't buy anything elsewhere before examining Our Big Bargain in every department
Everything in our establishment goes at FIRESALE PRICES.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
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One Hundred Dozen Negligee Shirts.
5 Zz Cents tdch, actual value 75 Cents.
riiiitls, Checks and Stripes, latest Color Combinations.
Bainuel Vlucent. a blacksmith aged 44 I MJ damaged,
yeara, aud employed at the local chops, r covered by Insurance.
ni firm ml naahvlll.
Nashville, Trim , Aug. IU Klre broke
nut at 2:KP this morulng on the Oftb
fl air of the eetaiillshment of the Phillips
Kutthoff Manufacturing Co., stoves and
tinware. College street, destroying the
building, aud those occupied by A. J.
Warren, furniture deal rs; Phillip A
Stevenson, atovea and tinware, aud the
Davie Printing Co. The building of the
American National Hank waa consider-
Losa estimated at I'iCO,-
succumbed to the heat Saturday after
noon and died at the company hospital
According to the application for employ
ment tilled out by the deceased, hla near
est relatives are at Wlgan. Kngland.
which place he left about five yeara ago
lie was blacksmith at Winslow for tha
Santa Ke l'aclllo railroad for two years
prior to April 1st of this year. Since that
time he has been working at Tucson.
Arizona, and only came hare a few data
preceding his death. The excessive use of
alcoholic drinks waa the prime cause tt
his being overcome.
The body of the deceased was placed lu
its last resting place In the cemetery for
the shop boys. The Kngllsh service was
read and the choir sand at the grave -Needles
I have twenty four head of first class
Jersey cows for sale. They come In milk
in October and November. Price, from
Ji'iti to i0. Can be eeen at any time on
my ranch near the mouth of Hell can
y in. Solicit your patronage.
0. W. CoMllr.H.
tirw rrlnrllial Appliit(l.
The board of education hel 1 a special
meeting last night. The resiguattou of
Prof. J. K.Hiullh waa accepted ami Prof. J.
K. Me-tseuger, a graduate of the Kausaa
u ilversity, was appointed pr'nclpal of
the high school In accordance with the
reci nmienilatlou of the teachers commit
The board decided that the city schools
should open ou Tuesday, September tl
aud that Krlday of fair week should lie a
Trustees Kox and Huyder were ap-
poiuted a committee to confer with the
hoard of health for the purpose of de
vising means for protecting the health
of school children.
KIKI AT ATSTIN, TAX alt,
Ht. Louis, Aug. 80. A special to the
Post-Dispatch from Austin, Texas, says
The dry goods store of Phillip Hatstlebl,
tie largest of lta kind In this section of
the state, waa completely destroyed by
lire today. Loss, tl&Vom; Insurance,
IriUr Maatlna; Ti.-NIcht.
There vti.l be a meeting of the exe
cutive c iinmlttee of the fair association
at 7:..0 o clock this evening at the olllce
f the president, lion. T, N. Wtlkerson
Aa the committee on a program for the
Ulr la to make Ita report and other lui
I 'irtant buslnees la to come up, it ia de
eired that the full committee should be
l i attendance.
Leon B. Stern & Co
S S20 RAILROAD AVENUE.
Gold Band Ham.
Cold Band Pfpkfast Bscno.
Gold Band Chip Beer.
Gold Basd Boiled Ham.
Itostou Ileaiilles Mackerel.
New stock of llrlck aud Amerlcau
We expect to-niurrow Importet Swiss
If you want to put up fruits use our
Heine X Co. Pickling Vinegar.
We have 10 varieties of M m' a and Java
Coffee, from 2 cent to 50 cents per
Our stock of Groceries is complete and
our pricoe the lowe.t.
Fine Merchant Tailoring; !
FOR A SUIT TO ORDER
E. L. WASHBURN & CO.,
THE ONE PRICED CLOTHIERS.
lir the PALL of '98 JUST ARRIVED and comprise One Thousand Samples for Suits;
Two Hundred Samples for Overcoats; Five Hundred Samples for Trowsers;
One Hundred and Fifty Samples for Silk Vests.
The Try-Qn System!
toiler to try on.
It costs you nothing extra but a little time.
We forward a careful measure to our
house in New York, then the garrren's are
cut and baistcd and returned to us for the cus-
The garments are then sent to the cutters with necessary alterations sug
gested, we nave no mtsiits irom tins system.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
Ill W)l TH SIXOM) STkll liT.
NOW FOR SCHOOL.
Vc art prrparcd lo shoe th school children and quoit tlx following prittsi
Children's Donjol Goat Shoes; Uce
and button, sizes II 1-2 to 2, at -$1.00
Same Shoes, sizes 8 1-2 to 1 1, at - SOc
Same Shoes, sizes 5 to 8, at - - - - 65c
Children's Kangaroo Calf Shoes,
sizes II I 2 to 2, at $1.25
Same Shoes, sizes 8 1-2 to II, at - $1.00
School Tablets given with every pair
Thee shoes are new tock and wiil not go to pieces in a week.
Hring your Repaiiin to us.
GEO. G. CAItlSLEY & CO.
mail uanraa .ivk laststrii.
Hrllsljlr Shoe Dealers,
122 S. Second St.
fl OOOOOOOO OOOOOOCKX)XGX0000
OCrpfi.ll $ W E are alreaey preparine to put in the finest and Q
rr y VV - - - - -
most complete line 01 goods tor the holidays p
ever displayed in our line in the territory, and from
now until October 1st we will close out many lines now
in stock absolutely below cost, as we would rather
have the money to buy new goods. We offer this
week our tntire line of BELTS and GIRDLES at ex
actly half regular price. Come and get them.
Leading Jewelry House of
I tie Southwest,
X a 4 t 4 4 4 44 4 4
All Patterns 10 and 1 5c
20 1 Railroad Avenue, Albuiiuerqne, N. M
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!
A Great Midsummer
If in Heed of Any Blankets Buy How and Save Money! 7
H. E. FOX,
MAIL ORDERS $
Filled Same rl
Day u RccdTcd. M
Tlio Hoat XLail fj;latocl 9toro in tlao Oltvj
ISO pairs ot 104 WhitfArdmore Cotton IllauKfts, sppci;
20 pairs of 10-1 (iroy Creed more "
20 pairs of 104 Tan Soinermore '
20 pairs 104 .Mottled (key Heavy Cotton lllankets, ;
20 pairs ot 114 Mottled Tan, wt. libs.
20 pairs 114 Peach (irey, wt. 51hs.
20 pairs of 114 Apple White, wt. 51hs.
20 pairs of 104 Sitka (irey Wool, wt. 51bs special -20
) airs of 104 Klite (Jrey, all wool, wt. libs, special
15 pairs of 114 Klite Grey, all Wool, wt. 51bs, special
A 1 above have heavy assoi tcil colors, fancy borders, anil are very much under their market value.
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Special This Week 5S Cents per Yard.
Ribbon Special ! A,'2!J;K:ZS Specal Sale Qply 10c. per Yard!
Ni'w Kali (in'-ils ArrhinK Paily. t nnn- In iin.l i 1 1 -n 1 them.