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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 14, 19.
Mastered Oat of Their
Gen. Wheeler Discuss. Conditions
in Cobs, and Porto Rico.
Jip.a Want the Unltea Stales to Hold
ad Gorern tbe Philippine.
1III00I ITIIII ItTUATIOX.
Camp WjkolT. Sept. H. Notice was re
calrnd tit the h(a1o,nart.r" thin morning
for the rcuioral of Ave tuorn reglinnnta
of cavalry from Camp H jknff at once.
Those orders Indicate the rittr ml nation
ot the war department to at'amlon the
camp ae rapidly ai pomllile. Nearly all
tli" Rough RldxrK remaining will he
wintered out to day Col. Itcxwevelt will
leave to morrow.
PAINT NKW YOItK Hit).
Ni w York. Sept 14 Rooeeelfi Ronxh
Ridere were yery nioch Id evidence In
No York to day. The trooper lout no
time, on being mattered out of service at
Camp Wjkoff, making their way to town,
a. number from Arizona and Wyoming
went down to Coney Inland on the trolley
ear. On I)rookl)D bridge they flrert a
volley from revolver, which caiineil a
ruHh of policeman from all over the
tiridge. Some of them went direct to hotel,
come to toe Waldorf -Aatorla, eoiue to the
Hoffman, other to cheap lodging honae.
due of the latter fell anleep on a window
all), from which he toppled Int'i the
etreet, breaking hi i leg. Much atten
tion waa aUrai'trd up town ly the
epertncle of three K.nih Hldere and a
enlrr In an electric cnb The Kotigh
Htili-ra enj ivcil the horseleaa vehicle tin
liieLeely. The nallor acted ae guide to
plaee ot lutereet In thd tenderloiu
Kver; where the men were treat.! itli
tio-it l tli : t '
THIXM'S l, H AM) A.
Trorp 0 and II and ait ot A, Hough
Klilero, were miHli rcd but to-day ai.d
left at once for New York.
tenlay are Incomplete, tint Indicate a
light vote. The race for governor 1 cluee
with chance ellghtly In favor of flnv.
Rllerhee. Featheretone, hie opponent,
may poeelhly win. The dt-T'at of Kller
bee would end the dlepeneiry eyetetn In
etttrTKR and WHrr.i.r.K.
Arrlva In Nw Vork-j.ltr DUrniwil Cu
ban and Form Hlfaa. atltiatlon.
New York, Sept. It (leneral Hhafler
Bil l Heneral W heeler relumed to New
York to day on the eauie train. Neither
knew the other waa abovd. Hhaftereaid
he would go to Montnuk to morrow.
Wheeler ald: "I will letum at once
to Miintnuk to reennie command of the
cavalry diviHlon. There are five regl
mtiU left, the Kiret, Third, Sixth,
Ninth and Tenth. They will tie aent to
their varloue elation a rapidly ae poe.
Wheeler denied that he eald In an In
terview, during hi J mrney south, that
Preeident UcKinley had otiwrved to hliu
that the war waa not over. "It la true,'
he eald, "that In answer to queetlona aa
to the mil I wing out of the vountaer
troop. 1 eipre-Rfd the opinion that a
conelilerahle portion of the volunteer
force will he retained until the treaty of
pence In elgned."
Wheeler added that In hi opinion the
Cuban and Porto Kicana would be found
tractable to tin wlehee of thi govern'
menu "i learned, he eald, "yon can ae
complhh nothing by dealing harahly
with the Cohan, but by reanonlng with
them jon can get them to do anything.
I do not believe a large etandlng army
will be required either In Cuba or In
Porto Klco." .
Hlrlraea Willi I'araly.l,
Cleveland, Hept. 1,4. Henatur Kvle, ot
3outh Dakota, waa efrlcken with paraly
se at th Koreet City hotel to-lay. It la
umleritMi1 the eeuat r Is not In a eerl
(tNIKOH J a I' AN.
Wanla Thla ouatry la Hold and lor.
Wa hiniitnii, Sept H.- NewjpnporH
reaching the htat depurtineut In the of
ll'.'ial inull from the eaat hliow that al
In let the universal expression ot the pub
lie pie of Japan Is In f.ivor of the
t'uttel State holding permanently and
g wernlng the Philippine.
CUBAN Aflll 119,
Tha AulhorlllM rally Acrrpt Ha.prnaliia
or Military 'Ip.ralluu..
Waehlngton, Sept. H. Secretary
Queaada, of the Cub ui legation, to-day
gave out several document relating to
Culm i) affair. They Include the follow
log letttr. written by Oemiral Mile,
v.li l. in Porto Rico, to (leneral Nuurx
"I congratulate you on the ceueation of
hoetllttlea and the proepect ot a Hucceta
ful teiinliimloii of the atruggle of yiur
oountrtmen for thrlr llbertle. I met
Oeu. Oarcl very plcoeautly, but was so
much occupied that I did not have time
talk with him a I wauUdtodo. After
we second the surrender of the Hpanieh
troop I went Immediately away, aa I
wis anxlMi;) o move on to Porto
Kico a eron a pocHlble, and wa
deeply engaged In moving triiniport
With troop to this place. I deeply
regretted not seeing more ot (ten. Garcia,
a I wlehe.1 to thtink b in ag iin for the
g iol eorvlce he aud th nu under hi cm
ma id rendered. Pleaxe send biiu a c py
r.f tlile ut your Drat opportuuily.
Truly y iiir. Nkuson A. Milm "
l i -Hitda hi recived a procluiuulum of
annuity iued by the Cuban aulhoritie-.
at Caiuaguey. yii-eaiU eay the amnet-ty
proelamiillon ehow'i that the Cuban an
thorltlfa fully accept the suspeiiaion of
military epnutii iie.
1IIK MINI Ha' NTHIKK.
Nt-ru.a lo Kaplan tba atrlaera An Out
Pitthhurg, Kept. 14. Serlou trouble Is
feared ut (he third pool before the ntrug
gle for the enfiircenituit ot the Chicago
mining agreement la ruled. The mines
are g'la'iM ty deputies and the Htrlker
are enc tmpid in the neighborhood. Ar
raogemeut are biiig made for the Im
p r. tlon of tiegroe to take the place of
the Htiiker. An outbreak 1 then ex
pected Thi morning striker mnrched
t the Gallatin mine, where a few men
were wiTkiug and Induced them to stop.
Myor Wilson, of Mouongaliela Cil', In
sued a proclamation coiiiniandlug all
person to abstain from congregating on
the public street and Interfering with
the peace ot the city. Preeident Uolau
says every pit ot the third pool I now
Idle and the fight would be extended to
the fourth pool.
OnUrfd lo Camp Ih.miaa.
Waahlupton, Kept. 14. The Hlxth In
fai.try hu been onlernt from Montauk
Point to Camp Tiioiiih. Ky
TIIK I'MlK Jl III u :!:.
CuiumaraliU ( lull Will Tab II. Mult Ac
tion at Mooting No-MghU
At the meeting of the director ot the
Commercial clun laet uighl the matter of
holding a grand pi ace Jubilee lu Albu-qil-iiue
during lair week wa the chlel
lupio lor diHivalon. Allot Ihedirector
pretienl were lieariily in favor of the
nctieuie, but it wu thought best to defer
action uutil tli.) matter could be submit,
ted to a full meeting of the club this
evening lo make the jubilee a Miocene
a Coii-1 loruble outlay of money Would be
uectaary. which make It eaxeutlal that
(he project should have the enthusiastic
NUpport of all the buttlneae uieu tf tbe
city. For thi reaeou it I urged upon
ev. ryoueto alteud the meetlug ,f the
club this eveuiug, wlicu Uual actiou will
hhould the club decide to lake hold ot
the matter, a it lu all probability will,
committee to look after all of the ar
ratigouieuta will be appointed with pie
uary power to take whatever actiou may
be ueceeeary lo make the jubilee a grand
If it Is decided to have a peace jubilee
here the ladle of the Holilier' Aid ho
clety will be ankej to co-operate with the
Commercial club and make their recep
tion to the Hough Riders a part of the
program. A dlnputch from Captain I, una
ntale that all the Rough Rider will be
uiuetered out by Thursday of till week.
o they will all be here by fair time at
any rate. Colonel Rooaevt It will be ex
tended another preeeiiig Invitation to at
tend the jubilee and If he I unable to
leave New York at till time, some other
uotHtde character In the lale war will be
iuv.led, together with the governor and
cotigreHHioual delegation of neighboring
elates and territoriea.
Lettheie be a full attendance ut the
meeting of Commercial club tonight.
TIIK SlaltKa' MANITAKlt'M.
i'aaa da Oro to lla Killed I n and Lraaad
riir rin Vaara.
The cornm ttee appointed by Father
Muiidcliiri to make arrangement for the
locution ct a Hunititrlum of the uieter of
Mercy tn Una city met at the cdllee of
Collier & Marrou laat night. Mayor
Clancy, Judge Collier, Iir. Wroth and
Wallace HeaeeldiU, the uiouiboraof the
committee, were all ureeent. Wallace
lieeeelden wa elected chairman.
A letter wa read from Mother Paul
staling that the order hail accepted the
proposition submitted by the Commute
to lease i asa rje tiro for live year and
ut it up luio a sanitarium, the citr to
guarantee cxpensce for tbe Urat two
year, atter which the slater would
aitime a i r aiuslbtltty.
1 he committee baa until October 15 to
make Its tlnul answer to the slaters, ami
ha couclmled that It would be best not
to lay it plan before the neonle until
after the fair so a not to have too many
t.uiin tu uiH urp oi oue tune.
NA AM) JAPAN.
Will Enter Into OrTensiie and
Tbe Turkish Government Protests
Against Bombardment of Candla.
Injurgentt Evacaatc SubarM of M mill,
Sboutlnr "Viva Americanos."
IMriISS Or AUITRIA'S ftJHIIAl.
Pekln, Sopt. 14.-(I)elayet tn trsna
mUslon) Margnl lto. reenntly premier
of Japan, arrived at Tien Tlu yesterday,
and I expected here shortly, ilia visit
I regarded a likely to result In an of
fensive and defensive alliance. There la
no doubt that there ha been strong bias
lat'ly among the leading Chinamen
towards Japan, whoae reform the em
peror of China ha been attentively
studying. The Imperial edict Just Issued
order Lu, a director of the Northern rail
road, to Commence branch line to the
western hill. Rii'Ma recently attempt
ed to obtain a Contract to build thi road.
I tone away on a live days leave at one
I time. Ordinarily the number on fur
lough at one time la 5 per cent. It Is
.thought the change will relieve much of
I the discontent among the men who want
their discharge. MJor General Davl
disapproved the finding of the fonrt
martial In the case ot Captain Duncan,
Twenty-eeeind Kansas, convicted of tain
paring with the grave of confederate
a.ddler at Man, and ordered the
captain released from arrest and restored
Indianapolis, Kept. M.-The One Hun
dred and Kitty eighth Indiana volunteers,
who returned from Knoxvllle last night
on a furlough and slept In the car,
marched through the street this morn
Ing en route lo Camp Mount. The ova
lion tendered along the line of march
wa moet enthtislafile. The men looked
Inaurceat Shout "Viva Aniarloanoa,"
Vla rillpiaaa Mlirea."
Manila, Sept. 14. The Insurgent
evacuated the suburb ot Manila to day
In a grand march. ' Nearly 8,000 men
took part, carrying rlilo with color
waving, band playing and shouting
"Viva Americanos," "Viva Filipino
llbre." Merchant here expect heavy
loeaea if the new tariff 1 enforced at an
early date beta use the present stock,
valued roughly at .",0(H), nn paid higher
A ntl-1 talln Demonat rat Inns.
Trieste, Austria, Hept. 14. The anil
Italian nemousiraiions here were re
newed last evening. An attack upon the
Italian cluh Is being feared. Two hun
dre.1 policemen were on guard at the
building. Tbe polio and soldiers ar
rested 120 rioter. Many had arm.
THK l-OHTfc' CI III L LA K.
Rar. aa la Wltbdraw Troop and Protest
Constantinople, Hept. 14. The Tnrklsb
government ha aent a circular to the
power, alleging that the Rrltlsb pro
voked the disorder In Candla, claiming
tbe present situation due to the measure
adopted by the power In Crete and pro
testing agalnal the bombardment of
Candia. The Porte announces it re
fusal to withdraw Turkish troop from
Crete In spile of the decision of tbe
Admiral that such a step would be nec
essary. The circular made a bad Im
pression In diplomatic circle.
Buldlffra for Porto Kleo.
New York, Sept. 14 Klve hundred sol
diers of the Sixteenth Pennsylvania vol
unteer trenched Jersey City from Camp
Meade to-day. They sail on the Obdain
for Ponce, Porto Rico, where they do gar
rison duty. .
KuiprrM' runral Train.
Geneva, Bopt. It. The funeral of the
empress of Austria left here to-day. Au
enormous concourse witnessed the de
parture. The casket wa hidden beneath
II iral tributes.
Had Hlatorlfi Ainalon.
lloston, B pt. 14. -K. W. Llucoln, who
served seven terms a mayor of Ihla city
is u.-ad. Lincoln wa born in Boston in
INI7 and I a grandson of A. M. 8. Liu
coin, a men,i.er or the "ta party." who
married a daughter of Paul Revere.
l lab llamorrata.
fralt Lake, Sept. 14. The democratic
state convention wa called to order this
morning by R. W. Sloan, chairman of the
state committee. C. 8. Varian wa made
temporary chairman. The committee
were appointed and a recess taken until
Tba Carlo Prominad.
Madrid. Sent. 14. Premier Hio-aata ha
ooiaineo me queen signature to a de
cree proroguing the eorlee and wi'h It
ended the stormy stormy aeration of
liayard Vary l.ow.
lvdhuiu, Mass., Sept. 14. Thomas K.
Rayard was much weaker this morning.
The doctor say it will only be a matter
of a few day.
DUpcD-mry Hystaiu at Stall.
Charleston. 8. C, Sept. 14. Return
from the second state primary held yes-
A IIvImI Vnralun.
The report of the shooting- which oc
curred near Haliinal. in Socorro county,
on Sunday, was badly twisted when It
reached this city. The son-in-law.
Vivian Chaviz, shot his father-in-law,
liiouicio Ortiz, instead of vies versa as
first resrtet. li tlx was not instantly
killed, but was shot in the top of the
head and in the left arm and mar Vet
die from bis injuries, lis is now at
Helen, where he Is beinir treated bv lir.
Radclirte. ir. Hurdick. of this citv. was
culled to Helen yenterdav ami assisted
l)r. Radelifle In amputating the shat
tcred arm at the shoulder. He aav that
(irtl.N condition was still critical wh n
he leit for home yesterday afternoon, but
It he rallies from the shock he will
Chavez is still at large.
To Ilia l.adltt.
Mrs. Oaks has left for New York to pur
chase her fall stock, tthe leaves compe
tent sople to attend to her business.
Her trimmer is from the far east, aud I
am conlldent will give satisfaction.
Th iucctat of our SfxcUl Bargiiru In Vatch but wuk induct!
us to oiler another, "we hive jut received a lupply of pull Jeweled
(I5Jeweli Nickeled Movement, absolutely accurate timekeeper.
we nave noea inee tn Warranted Oold tilled
lave tilted Iheae In Warranted Oold pilled tt A O O O
and oiler them complete lor jf r
Only a dozen of them on hand. J X
r- ncr LAIiihS- WAIttthS at Ml-Dl CLI) PWCtlS lor a I KW DAYS.-! f
Uading JeweUr, RAILROAD AVENL'E, Albuquerque. N. M. H
ia rrmr imnimnrimnrrmrnmrmn r rrm
IMKHNATIONAL XI I. VIC II COWHANY
)r(snlird In New .lry With a Tapllal
of a. 10,000,000
New York, Sept. 14 -'The Meriden
Hrlttanta Co., aud the Wilcox Silver
Piute company have Issued circular to
the stockholder stating that an Inter
national Silver company had beu
formed under the law ot New Jersey
with a capital of tlo.O Kl.Oiio preferred
and (Io.ooii.iioo ommon stock Most
stiK'khol ler In the Meridan company, it
is said, agreed to accept f.T) cash, 'pO
preferred HtiH'k and 23 common stock of
the consolidated coiupaniee for each
shure of stock. The Wilcox company
director voted to accept il 50 c iaii,
$:ii.50 preferred slock and 4118 73 Co u
mon stock for each share. II i nude -stood
that most ot the slock has beeu
offered on those term. Tbe Rrltta'ila
company will receive l,l'HVo for It
plant and the Wilcox company about
111 :i7o,ll. C. Roger A liro.of Mer
dan, will gel t.iUJ.miO. The Meridan
Sliver Plate company and Mi.niilng &
How ii a a company will also be sold.
COLONIST ri)K ALAMO OORDO.
IVhlla m Koa, of IKirar, Itoclda to Ha.
main and Otbara Will roluw.
General Superintendent A. 8. Grelir. of
the Kl Paso Jt Northeastern railroad.
wrive norretary aililer, or the luireau ol
llillilgrHlloll. mat Mr. It W hite ami aim
or Deuver, who visited the Sacramento
country a few week ago, have decided to
remain there and will erect some build
Ing al Alamo Gordo.
They are well pleased with the country,
and llislr determination will Influence
ijulte a number of home seeker. The
Me-srs. White are good citiz-n and
Alamo Gordo may well feel proud ot
The bureau Is receiving dally Inquiries
from colonists, ami the secretary I now
in correspondence with the advance
agent of colony of home-seeker at
Mprlng Hill, hail. The bulletin laend
ny the bureau are doing good work. The
natural resource of New Mexico cauuot
be surpassed. Peop'e are anxious to
come Here, and those coming will remain
If the owner of tbe large tract ot laud
will indulge In a llttl enterprise and
prepare the many rich valley for their
There are scores of rich valley In thi
territory jusi a inviting a Ills Sacra
m "u to country, but to develop them a
little push and energv are requisite. A
few more ( has. B. Kddv and New Mex
ico will be among the most productive of
siaies. one ii get mere, anil that poco
TIIK IT A IK.
Time I money. Yon can save botb
time and money by trading at the Kalr.
If In need of anything In the lamp line,
or chlnaware, glassware, kitchen uten
sils, tin, granite, wire or Ironware, you
cau alwaya do better at the Fair than
any other pluce. W e just got in an In
voice ot ll mr bins, tiihs, oil cans,
hamper, Hour pole, bread board, coal
hods, milk can, etc., which we sell at
regular eastern price. Kvervbodv la
cordially invited to visit u at No. 113
south First street. THK FAIR.
TIIK 8TOKK THAT IK AD.
Fox's gloss starch lo
I pound paratlue i
ii liar soap .$1 00
1 piut blue jjia.
TllK Ma.K. Wm KlfcaK, Prop.
Chloagu aioiik Markat.
Chicago. Sept. 14 Cattle Receipts,
l.'fMiOhead. Market, steady.
H-eviw. :i!Hiiri (U); cow and heifers
ft M"l4 ); Ten us steers, $;tO(i:t h;
westerns, $;t :ti44.!J ; stocker and feed
ers. t.U(jl 45.
cihe-'p-ilteelpta, 18.000 head. Market,
best, linn; others, wak.
Natives, IJ.Wk.rt.rx): western. i3 50.J
4 ltd: lamlsi, :t.70t(H.lo.
CI Ivatfu Oraia Mam.t,
I'hleatfo.Het.Ut W heat-Hept , fit V;
Corn hept., U'-'We; Iec., 2.i Sc.
Sept., ao;.yr20'4ci Dec 20
C'.il Hay Coiuln' Hum.
Loudon, Sept. 14. Col. John Hay, re
tiring I'm tod S:tc ambassador, u.d
Mr. Hay left London to-day for Liver
pool, whonce they sail for New York.
Moua of Vetrralia.
Omaha, Sept. 11. Detroit wa this
morning selected by the Sons of Veteran
as the place for holding next year' an
nual encampment. The principal op
puient wa lienter.
A mow ritual, more simple aud Im
pressive thau the one now iu use, was
adopted. It provide for only one degree
Instead of three. Attempts to restrict mem
bership to male descenaut of those who
saw actual service In the civil war waa
voted down. A resolution wa adopted
favoring the continuance of military
tactics lu the public school.
A PATAL AXI'l.OSlON.
Murrny, Ssnta la flra.iian. Iututly
Klllnl Two lnjurad.
Ottawa, Kau., Sept. 14.-The engine of
a freight train out ot Kinporia on the
Sunta Fe wa blown up near iieneino,
a few mile west of here, to day. Fire
man J. J. Murray wa kil'ed Instantly.
Head Hraksinau Ren W elst and Kiiglu-
jer Tom Grady are both injured, the
I Huliliora on a Kurloiiylt.
I Camp Meade, Pa., Sept, II. Major
(ieiieial Graham has uiodilled the army
regulations to allow 10 per cent, of the
uillcer aud men of the various regiments
Do yon wish to sell your house and lotV
it so, call on J. M. Moore. 121 south Sec
M1V BATILESIlll'S. !
Tiirce Mammoth Ones are to be
Built at Occe.
Stormy Session of Spanish Senate
Ended by Prorof atioo.
foi'to Rlcaa Evacaitlnn Commlssloa Mel
To.Day lo Arrxtif e Detain.
' TBI MOklTART CORVIRTIOR
Washington, Sept. li.-A contract for
three new battleship ha been awarded.
One vee-el goes to Cramp, another to
the New Port New Ship Hiilldlng com
pany, the third to the Colon Iron Work
San Francisco. They will be 12,fi0 tone
displacement, with coaling capacity of
!,UX) tons and speed of in', knot.
KVAIIATK l-OHTtl KICO.
NpanUh Trot.pa to !. ai Onv
an a at or Yellow ar.
Sao Juan. Porto Rico, Sept. It. The
t'niled State Porto Ilican evacuation
commission met thi morning. The re
ply of theSpanlhconinilloner,eettlng
forth their position la accordance with
their Instructions from Madrid, waa re
ceived last night. It U eald to
be satisfactory to our commissioner.
who hop the main detail ot the evacu
atlon will be arranged within a few
day. It I understood that a Spiulah
steamer I expected here In a few day
froiuCadlxto embark the Drst dtach
mont of troop.
Tbe Spaulan soldier dread yellow
fever. This fear may hasten the evacua
tlon ot the Island. Over a thousand
Span I n troops perished during the epl
domic ot IHI.
Capes! Capes! Capes!
4 ne a k',u' 'n,t 40, tw -''ri't from. The
LATKST STYLES at FIR15 SALE PRICES!
CORSETS AND HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS
-'B. ILrFELD & CO., Proprietors.
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llTr ( hamplon Have no Innlna at
Omaha, Sept. 14 At the morning se
sinn ot the monetary conference Chair
man Towne, of the silver republican
national committee, delivered an address
In favor of ellver. Former Senator Ca
rey, ot Wyoming, replied to Towne.
Omaha, Sept. 14. In taking the chair
to preside for ellver day, Senator W. V,
AlleD, of Nebraska, voiced a hearty wel
come on behalf ot hi state to the chant
pion of all side of the money question.
who had met to dtaensi th merit of
their . inactive claim. He said: "I
cannot conceive now a man can be a
gold mouometullist who want Jus
tlce aud to see men enjoy the
fruits ot their labors. It a man
deal re to nee small Volume of money
and the resultant spoliation of business
by the creditor class, I can understand
why he should defend the gold standard.
I wish this debate could be repeated lo
every city, village and hamlet In the
country, but to me It I hard to conceive
that there should be any controversy over
what cous'.ltutee money. Money la the
creation of law (loud applause) and this
ha been the doe'rine of all authorities
on finance from Aristotle to the present
Tbo Faiioa CoiunilMloo.
Washington, Sept. II. Senator Davis
and Whitelaw Reld, ruemliera of the
peace commission, had a conference with
President McKlnley. The full commie
slou will be here tomorrow eveiilnir.
when they dine with the president lu
company with member of the cablimt.
At that lime It 1 expected the Instruc
tions to tbe commission will be gone
Ilaabl rtasoltba to Disarm.
Candla, Crete. Sept. 14. The Raehl
ilazouka have consented to disarm pro
vided their arms are delivered to the
New York, Sept. 14 Money on call
firm at 4 per cent. Prime nier-
anttle paper, 4(D per cent.
BIMar aa I Laan
in York. Sept. 14 HlUei. GO',' Lead
York, Sept. 14. Copper, Ho.
Hive You examined
the REGENT Line of
MtVS SiaO SHIF
If not we will be glud to show you. they are e.ual to i.1 ti Hue's, for style
wear mid lltliug, all the Latest Toes, and in Jllack Wax Calf, lllack Hox Calf aud
Kai gariKi, ati'l in Tan
and lirowu Willow
Calf We can plea-e
you and offer you the
Largest S'lsk of
MK.VS KINK MltiKS
South of Denver to
100 Fur Collarettes in all the Latest Styles,
AVorth from $5.00 to $10.00 Each.
Your Choice of the Lot for
Leon B. Stern & Co.,
220 RAILROAD AVENUE.
FOR THIS WEEK !
Special Sale of Boy's School Suits.
E. L. WASHBURN & CO.,
200 Fine Suits only - &1.50
200 Extra Fine Suits, only $2.50
500 Boy's Shirt Waists,
regular price 75c. only
Ask to seethe "Marvel," best $1.50
Boy's School Shoes on earth.
Age ntl for
All Patterns 10 and 15c
201 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M
Boat Iip;lxtEcl Store lzx
We Never Were So Well Equipped f
To 3feet any demand that may be made
in the way of Wearing Apparell...
ii.. Mall I Irdorl
ItriOK ynor Slim' Hi'iJdiriiia to
CEO. C. GAINSLEY Ik GO.
K oil. Lie Slioa Dealrr.
183 S. Second St.
Nail, omiikhw wivkh i tKriix amrnim,
i Cut Glass
VE have a L.rge Stock of GOOD SECOND
T HAND WATQIES. costing; new from
$10.00 to$30.00, all in perfect order and guaranteed,
which we are closing out at from $3.00 to $10.00.
H. E. FOX,
Cbiff Watch Inpclor,
s. r. p.
Leading Jewelry Houu oi tlu Soulhwt.
We Also Lead !
Dar aa Received.
In the Quality, Style and
rnce oi ury uooas.
So that to trade at this store is to be a satisfied customer. Heinjj very busy markiog
and checking off New Goods we simply call your attention to our
Window Display of New DRESS GOODS,
Now Silks, New Capes,
New Jackets, New Underwear,
And a Now Lino of doweled and Plain Ueauty Pins.
Sale on the WHITE BLANKETS
is still on and is an nimnrfiinitv in Imv .1 V'ma tiu,mli