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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 29, 1890.
President McKlnley Favors Their
Annexation to Tfcis Country.
The Administration In Faror of
Bnlldlnf the Nicaragua Canal.
Spanish itj Ihty Cinnnt Gel Out of
Cuba trior Fcbriary I.
CI. IAWT0R AT WASBISSTOI.
New York, Oct. A special to the
Horald from Washington my: PrefluVtit
UcKloley I coltIiicwI that there I. do
way in which the United Stat f in
wit pa the reeponalhllity of Uk!ug all
the Philippine. The prwdilent ha tn
deluged with lultr and rewlutlnne from
commercial and rllglou boillee, urglnj
American sovereignty should be main
tallied whererer the flag la planted; anrl
in the same line the preMldenl' recent
weetern trip wa a rerelatlon to Mm and
the menibera of the cabinet. The further
ha Went went the stronger ha found ti e
aentlment In favor of holding the Philip
pine and eetftlillHhlng American go?
eminent over them. It ie (j'lite probable
that the American eomiuifwlonera will
go ao tar a to offer to pledge the l'nlid
State to aeeimie the Plilllpplne debt, or
at leaet euch portion of it a ha been
ipended on public works. The nmnnni,
It la believed, will be lee than 1 10,
U00.000. EVAIUAIIO or Cl'BA.
Tha apanl.h la.lat Tht They Cannot Clot
Oat Halnr rlrnrv 1.
New Yolk, 01 TJ. A dlnpatch to the
Derelil from Havana eaja: After a Joint
aeealon laHtlng two houra te fpaulxh
and American oommieelonera are a far
off aa ever from an agreement on the
data of evacuation. The Americane
atrongly urged that the flnnl day shall
be January 1, and the Kpntilrih comiuln-
alonera a atrongly inxleted that the
evaouatlon wan Impneeible before Keb
roary 1. A member of the American
coin mlMlralou eald: "I fnel eure that
onr demand will be acceded to in a tew
day", and that the American occupation
will take place January 1."
Tb. Nloaragaaa Canal.
New York. 01 A pedal to the
Unrald from Washington says: It la the
lntentluu of the administration to urge
the construction of the Mcnraguan
canal by the government and In accord
anoe with the onnceenion of the Maritime
on which their former regiment will
be muxtred ont provided their aervlcee
hare been honest and faithful.
Work of a Comiulalnn to Raorg-anis th
Trtbe of Hi Initlan Territory,
Washington, Oct. 211. Annual report
of Dawes Indian eommleilon work of the
reorganisation of the Indian territory
was made public to day. It urges that
the main call for govern inut aid will be
"Fraught with dlNtetrous couotqueucea
if delayed " The need of proviHlon by
the national government for education
al purposes Is urged for the new terri
tory. As the United Btatee has not an
acre of public laud or other property
beyond that In public uk if the white
residents are to receive any aid from the
Tutted Btatee it miittt be by direct appro
Lanrtun In Washington.
Washington, Oct. 31. Major General
Henry VY. Lawtcu. recently arrived from
Santiago, was at the war department to
day, (ion. l.awton rame for consultation
with the authorities. He called on ti e
preeldent. Lawton eiprenwd satisfac
tion at the ruunner In which affairs are
moving in Santiago rrovlnce.
Washington. Oct. 2U. Secretary niW
has been Investigating alleged scandal-,
in Connection with the sale of timber
lands of the Chippewa Indian and wll
treat on the ml.J-'i t In bin forthcoiuiUK
report. '1 b i charge are shown to be
Utterly without foundation.
To rl luvaattgatrll.
Washington, Oct. 2'.i, The civil service
eommtselon has onW"d an luveetlgntion
of the charges preferred by ei-Movernor
Burnel, of New llituipihlre, against the
republican state coinmlltfe of New
Hampshire for making political aes
ment upon United States i IIU'IhIh.
Kargo. N. D, Oft. 2U.--H. K. Miller,
presldeut of the defunct Citizens' Na
tional bank tried lu the United States
court on charges of rmbetzlemeut and
mUapproprialion of the tuuds of the
bank, was acquitted to day.
Tuskogee, Ala., Oct. 2!i Nearly the en
tire busluees portion of this town, In
cluding the telephone exchxnge and
opera houte, was burued early to day.
May b Muil.rrd Out.
Waehlngtou, Out. 2U. Major General
Mile to-day issued a circular to the
army announcing that enlUted men of
the volunteer regiments transferred
during the Spanish war to the hospital
corps of the regular army, will be dls
charged If they so request upon the day
Kail road Wri.
Middletown, Pa, Oct. ZU Sit mem
bers of the Ninth Ohio colored battalion
were injured In a railroad wreck at
Hnmmeletown last evening. Major
Yjnug, a West Point graduate, who com
mands the colo'fd battalion, claims that
ths accident was caused by the sheer
Ctrelrssnrss of those who had charge of
A Snnthsrn rna.ll.
Atlanta, On., Oct 211. Allm D. Chan
dler was Ina'iKU'att d governor of Georgia
to diy. In his Inaugural add re he op
powd the etpanelon and colonisation
Rniiaaa City Mark..
Kansas City. Oct. 28 Cattle He
Call's. 4I0 head. Market, unchanged.
Native elixirs, S3 tnjjt4.; I exas steer,
I2.50JUW; Texas cows, 1110.43 TO; na
tive cows and heifers, f'itmttl.'o; strik
ers and feelers, 2.7i(-4 30; bulls, $3 40
Mheep Receipts, 4 )0. Market, strong.
I.ambs, 4 0Oft3"f;niuttous, S3 IXC4 50.
Chleaao Rlm'k Markal.
Chlcngo, Oct. 3 -Cattle Receipts.
2 ) head. Market, dull, weak.
beeves, :!8V.f5 4S; cows and heifers,
il.?Cj4uO; wenerns, : ro(,M 50; slock
era and (oeders, l"oOI 6o; Texas steers,
Hheep-Kecelpts, 15,000 head. Market
Natives, t2MO1.70; westerns, 3o0
(gt.60; lambs, f4.(X'(i00.
ChlMa (train Markat.
Chlcngo, Oct. 2H. Wheat October,
Corn October, 81c; December, 3:juc.
Oats October, 23!i'; December, 23 t.
New York, Oct. 2ti. Money on cull
steady at 1!'2 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper, H,'"i !' per ceut.
Suva, ui lau.
New lork, Oct. 28. BUver,l?,c. Lead.
BOBSOM IS I1KAHD.
Ha WanU a Bl A pnroprlatlon to Knlaa
Washington, Oct. 2D. Naval Construc
tor Hobson this afternoon appeared before
the board of naval bureau chiefs for the
purpose of explaining the condition of
the Bpanlsb ships wrecked off the coast
of Santiago, and the progress and pros
pects of the efforts making for their re
covery. It is said that over (1,000,000
will be required to continue the opera
tions. The at cretary of the navy desires
to know what chance there la of succees
before authorlxliig the expenditure of so
large a sum.
Roses, 'mums, carnations, etc.
IVkS. THB riO HI ST.
M re. K B. Learned and son, who have
been vieiltlng friends lu Wichita, Kan.,
returned to the city on the delayed pas
senger train lost night, and will visit
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kox, parents of Mrs.
Learned, for a few days, after which they
will continue to Las Cruces, where Mr.
Learned Is the Santa Ke railway agent.
This afternoon W. P. Metcalf, the real
estate and insurance ageut, who has
been ill with pneumonia tha past week
or ten days, was out driving. He states
that he had no relapse that ha knows of,
and, with the good care and attention be
la receiving, he expects to be at his cilice
attending to bis duties in a few days.
The teachers of the city schools are
trying very hard to get all the pupils to
be punctual and to be In school every
day. THK C'iti.kn is glad to report that
thre wus uot a c-we of laidtnesx lu the
Klrst ward school this week. Wonder It
the other wards will do m well next
President Waehhurn, of the Wheel
club, reports that the bicycle path to the
unlv.'rHtty Is Qulnhed past the first hill
and is opeu for u-te. An inspection Is
luvltcl, as the officers wish to show
what cau be done in maMug a perfect
path for wheels.
The United States gtuger, John Jacob)-,
wits called to Socorro this morning
to do some gauglug. He took along with
him the "famous" valise and set of In
struments that have been lu service In
New Mexico for the past fifteen years.
J. II. Drury, who has been In the em
ploy of the Katon Coal & Coke company
for ths past eighteen mouths, came in
from the north lust night and will visit
hit f .mily here for a few days. While
here, he will have some dental work.
Miss Edna Leavltt is In the city to-day
from Los Corrales. She reports that her
school Is prospering; there were only six
pupils when the school opened and the
uuinber has now increased to forty.
Mike Mandell, formerly leader of the
local defunct democratic party, is wear
ing a Roosevelt badge. The colonel will
b elected goveruor of New York on No
CJnlck. 1 & Ilottie have made eiteunlve
preparations to royally entertain their
guests at the 7.4tt rate this eveulug
and a cordial lnvit ktlou is extended.
A. 1'ogue, the telegraph line repairer
on the S'Uta Ke between this city and
Kl I'a-to, is In the city to-day.
For reliable shoes see Geo. C. Galnnley
St Co , 1-2 south Second street.
-.W A.T C I-IES-
Wtf 11 our Kaitruud hri with un alis.iliiu k'iur:tnti-i thev w ill p.mr mna in-t.eiliun
'1 111- tut U lit- l chub lU-l the lit-.l dti ht- lin luillii.ui m-ivi. c ;
17 Jewtl Hamilton, $25.00, Heavy Silverine Casts.
21 Jewel Elgin, 30.00, " "
The Vanguard" 40.00, "
Gruen Precision Watch, 65.00, 44 " "
YOl'K MONliY KETI UN'I l IK Tilt Y KAIL To l'AS.
is v is i t t
Ua&ng JrwcUr, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M.
HiquArUr lor DIAMONDS, WATCHES, Etc
Evidence Regarding the Sanitary
Condition of Camp Thomas.
The Governor of Georgia Opposed to
feace Commttslnn Determine to Bemud
the rmilrploe lilaadt.
Chattanooga. Tenn., Oct. 2il. Major
E lward T. Comegjra was the first witness
before the war investigation commission
to day. He was the medical surveyor
here during the life of Camp Thomas.
He stated that thre had never been delay
In filling requisitions. He accounted for
the sickneis at Camp Thomas by string
that ths men did not know how to take
care of themselves.
Lieut James M. Arramith, chief com
missary of subsistence at Camp Thomas,
said th tt while in the beginning of the
war there had been some conaiv-t'.on on
transportation lines, there had never
been any shortage of euppll. Arra
sinith said that the camp was badly
cared for and the stench at night was
simply stifling. The discipline was very
Caa or ItUmlaaal.
BprlngOeld, III , Oct 2. The Injunc
tion rases against the miners of Ylrden.
brought by the Chicago-Vlrden Coal
company, were to day dismissed in the
circuit court by the complainant. It is
believed that this Is preliminary to an
effort to arbitrate the differences.
Autarlcan Commllnn lMllaa to Ornianil
All or th I'hlllppla lalaiicl.
Washington, Oct. 2U. Advices from
Paris say there Is no change In the peace
commission situation. The statement Is
reiterated that the negotiations will be
brought to a speedy termination.
A determination seems to have been
reached by the Culled States government
to retain all of the Philippine islands,
aod the question for controversy will be
over the allowance to Spain for the
islands. This feature of the case la be
ing carefully considered by theadrulnis
trillion aud the American commissioners
In Paris. '
lira j In Caa
Paris, Oct. 2 The court of cassation
decided to grant a revision of the Drey (us
case and will Institute a supplementary
inquiry. The court, however, declined to
order the release of Dreyfus.
Oeenpatlon of Coba.
Washington, Oct. 2D. I he president.
Secretary Alger and Adjutant-General
Corbin, had an exteu'ded conference to
day, the principal topic under considera
tion being the occupation of Cuba. There
is no disposition to change the date, Jan
uary 1, fixed for the assumption of con
trol by the United States.
Foot hall Galua.
Philadelphia, Pa, Oct. 2.l.-Uiilverslty
of Pennsylvania, 2.1; University of Chi
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 2',l Harvard,
II; Carlisle Indians, 15.
Ithaca, N. Y, Oct. 2U. Cornell, ;
Provider ce, R. I , O -t. 2 -Princeton,
i'; brown, 0.
Kmacutlon or Mitiauliiikna.
Camlia. Island of Crtrle. Oct. 2J. Kive
more Mussulmans convicted of takinir
part In the massacre of Hrilish soldiers
on September 6 were exei-u.ed to day.
hour Basui KJZ'iuKi nave neeo sentences
to tweuty j euro' Impihoiim. nt Since
the rienurture of the lurkish trooos ad
ditional guilty MuhmiIuiuii have been
K.; tlii iitke.
Cleveland. Ohio, Oct. 1!'..-Tliree dis
tinct earthquake shock were felt In this
city early to-day, each being about ten
secouds. The trend was north to south.
A Campaign FalsslioiMl.
The democrats and sorehead are cir
culating a malicious campalgu lie, to
the effect that A. Kichi nwald, a resident
of the Nuciamlento country, bid been
waylaid and cruelly assaulted, some of
the more vicious democrats and sore
hemls declared that he (Kicheuwald) had
been killed. The parties rsnpouslble for
the reports, no doubt, have forgot ten
thut Mr. Klcheuwald was lu the city less
thuu a wvt'k ago, and that the alleged
ast-ault is supposed to have occurred
while that geutleuieu was undoubtedly
away from bis how, lu their madness
to work the race issue, the democrats and
soreheads will resort to auvthlng, evmi
that of having a man assaulted or killed
at their pleasure.
Spouuvr Orauiatlc Cuuipaujr.
Tli Bpoouer Dramatic company played
to the largest audience of the week at
the Orchestrion hall last night. Oa each
succeeding night there has been a larger
attendance tliau on the previous evenlug,
which speaks strongly for the dramatic
ability and entertaining powers of the
company. Last night "The Midnight
Trial" was played, the scenes cf which
are laid In the Hluck canyon of ths Gun
nison. A nuiubjr of fine kim tescpe
views were presented. Louis Cramer held
ticket 1 which Wnu the watch which
wus Hired by the company.
This afternoon a matinee was given f r
ths benefit of the school children and l' fi
pictures were showu. This evening the
c impatiy will close Its engagement in
Albuquerque by presenting the play "For
Honor's Sake" for the first time upon the
J.iliu K. Willi, llend
Mrs. J. 1). Vt I hi -i, a well knowu resident
of this city, yesterday received the sad
Intelligence of the death of ber son, John
K. Wilds, In tlenlerson, Minn. The be
reaved family and heart broken mother
knew that tha boy wae well only about a
week ago and the news of his andJen
death was therefore a terrible shock. A
telegram was sent here on Wednesday
night asking "What Is to be done with
the remain?" but It was not delivered
here until Friday morning when It was
too late to have the body embalmed fur
shipment His remains will be shipped to
Kentucky In the spring for permanent
burial In a cemetery where other mem
bers of the family are burled.
Ths deceased was the eon of John D.
Wilds, the attorney, who died here in
IS'.si. and was 18 years old. He was a
young man of exemplary habits and his
many friends tn this city and Gallnp
grieve with tha family In their great
An Impottaat CurfssMtok
"Tha Br.t flyer will pas through tl.e
City neduesilay, October g. Democrat.
Tbe above ts Incorrect. In the first
place October 2 has past, and If the
writer, who Is gifted for his Inaceura
clist. Intended to write November 2 he
would still be misleading the reading
"By reference to the columns of Tun
Citi.kn of Oct. 25," said the obliging
and tfllclrnt day ticket agent at the de
pot this morning, "It will be aeen that
the first flyer for this winter cauuot even
pass through this city en Nov. 1 The lim
ited pawenrer train, west bound, leaves
Chicago at 8 p. m. Wednesday, Nor. 2
and will reach this city on Krldsy, Nor.
4. at 11:00 or 11:20 a.m. Please make
the correction, ao the public will not be
mislead by false publications.'
Will Play saadar XI. til.
The Spooner Dramatic Company, hold
ing forth at the Orchestrion hall this
week, wl I remain over and render "An
American In Cuba" at the above hall to
morrow (Sundaj) eight The piece Is
full of war scenes, end la exciting froo
"e end to e end," In the language of old
John Uurper, the famous Kentucky
horseman, now dead.
IS I'hiiUs for BOs.
Four positions; short time only; come
after school. Comx now. 110 Gold
THK REPORT DftNIKO.
J. . Marl Knew of no Promotion for
Mini nt Praaont.
Yesterday afternoon Tax Citi.kn pub
lished an Item from the Raton Range,
wherein It was elated that Division
Superintendent J. K. Hurley would be
promoted to the Important position ot
general manager ot the Santa Ke Pacific
aud prefaced the Item by stating that
such rumors had been put In circulation
every fall and winter for several years
piat, but, after investigation, the reports
were found to be false.
Mr. Hurley, who Intended to go south
but remaiued In the city yesterday, was
seen this morning at bis D spot" and In
regard to the annual tall and winter re
port about his transfer said:
"I am pleased at Tut Cititun for
stating that these reports ars aunually
given circulation. The fact that none
of them have materialized stamps the
present one as false, and when 1 was re
cently at Raton I called on the editor of
the Range aud tol l him, as I now tell
you, that I anticipate no change or pro
motion from my present posltiou.
"I have not laid In a stock of supplies
aud do not Intend to go west to ulght,
aud dou't remember ot teliiug any one
such story, I will return north to
night accompanied by W. K. Hislges,
general purchasing agent of the Santa
Ke railway, who has been In California
and who will arrive from the west this
evening. The geutleiueu will stop over
ut Los Vegas."
C. M. Taylor.divtslon master mechanic,
with heHilqurtrs at Ruton, was also
f miihI ut Mr. Hurley's csr. He staled
that he was called to this city to deliver
over to the Hunta Ke Pacltlo six euglnes
frt.ui iff tbe Santa Ke road, and thut one
more engiue would be delivered to the
same company lu the uext few dajs. He
will also return north this evening
O. 8. Cole, of Chicago, Is expected to
arrive to-night. He will visit his m' ther
aud sister here for a short time arid theti
continue on bis way to Central America.
Don and Fred Kankiu are over In the
Kddy country, where they are Interesting
themselves in the establishment of an
ke factory at K ldr.
Fonr Excellent Changes In Santa
Fc Connty Ticket.
Shipload of Sick and Wounded Sol
diers Arme In New York.
Heath af Grorgt E. Wsrlnf, thi No1c4
Yellow Fever Ixp-.rt.--
WIIKLT BARK ITATIMIIT.
Special lo The Clllirn.
Santa Ke. Oct 2tf Four changes have
been made in the Santa Fe county re
publican ticket. C. W. Dudrow la noml
nated for sheriff; Telesfor Rivera for as
sessor. James D. Ilnghra for county com
tulseli nr, and Jose Amsdi) Lncero for
Arrival or Slrk aod Wonndwi.
New york, Oct. 2 The United States
army hospital ship Missouri arrived to
day from Porto. Rican ports with 271
tick or wounded patients, most of whom
are suffering with malarial fever, ty
phold aud dysentery. Three died on ths
New York. Oct. 2l. Weekly bank
statement: Surplus reserve, Increased.
l2.G7u.32ti loans Increased, 110,221,300;
specie Increased, f5,21lo,70O; legal tender
Increased, 11,238,800; deposits Increased,
f 15,681,100; circulation Increased,
U00. Banks bold 2o WU.6&0 in excess of
DEATH or WAKIHA,
Tha Hotod Sanitary and Pavar X I part tla
of follow rvr.
New York, O -t. 2t.-Coloael George K.
Waring, Jr., died ot yellow fever to-day
at his borne In this city, where he has
been slues he arrived from Havana on
Tuesday. He was 07 years of age. Colonel
Waring was sent to Havana as a special
commissioner ot this government to as
certain the exact sanitary condltloi sot
that city and lo form Ideas for the best
methods of puttiug the place In first
class sanitary shape. The plan ot the
commission wae to place Havana and the
coast towns of Cuba In such good sani
tary condition that a recurrence ot the
ystiow lever and Its entrance Into the
gulf cities of the United Statee would le
prevented. His father, mother, brother
and three sisters and Mrs. Waring died
of yellow fever In New Orleans some
1 18 Bonth Pint atraat.
We wish to Impress you with the fact
that THI Kiln sells better goods for less
money, then any other store. We urge
an Inspection of our stock. Ths bettor
voti are posted, the better It will please
us for the our values will be more fullv
appreciated. Me guarantee that the
price on our chlnaware, glassware, tin
ware, toys, tools or notions to bs full?
2ii per cent lower than anywhere In the
territory. Dou't miss visiting us.
Kerns, rubber nlants. etc. for biin-e
IVhH, THK Pt.OBI-T.
Kloor oil cloth, per yard 2fir
Six foot llnnleuui, per )aid (I Ui
Stove eqiiarm H.
Heavy Ingrain carpet, per aid 4.c
THK .VIA. K,
Tbe Cut Price Cosh Store.
Finely furnished list for light house.
kerxliug; hot and cold water aud bath.
Vt . U. liutuiau, airenl.
J. W. Sulllvau.ttieblg cattle raiser and
buyer at Sellgman, A. T registered lust
night at the Kuropean.
Mince meat, home made and the very
best, at 10 cents per pound at Karr's
W. W. Cuuipbell and wife, of Toledo,
Ohio, are at the Hotel Highlands.
THE SAN JOSE
X-Zavo Toa. Seen Tlo?
We w ould he pleased to ahow
thrm to you
rqual to S5.00 Goods
J'or wear ar.d looks. All stylea.
Mail orders Solicited.
Ilring your repairing to us.
CEO. C. GAINSLEY Si GO.
able 8lioe Dealers,
8. Second St.
MAIL, OH. It KM) tllVK tAttrPIL. ATTtSIIOI
. Bps 4 . r y-x rrsir tti-. w
WJ- nave a Large stock ot uwu zvxjjpiu
HAND WATCHES, costing new from
$10.00 to $30.00, all in perfect order and guaranteed
which we are doting out at from $3.00 to $10.00,
H. E. FOX, z"
Leading Jewelry Houm of th Southwul.
ieiv rorxrevyvvrrVV rrevvvvrrrr vvvvvvvv
Of Oar Grreat Removal Sale!
The crowds that have throngd our store ever
tnai lie people appvclate and k low HKI, HAU
Alioniueriiue pitlilln, t
KIKK .sALK I'Kli KH.
very day since we laangurated this Oreat Sale rs ample evldfnce
MINS when th IT sss them. "Kak Sl" rti.n't on orllh tha
that's why Oi;K STOKK it continually erowdei. H's useless for other stor to buck against
If we sell roods for one-half or ons-auartvr of re liar nrira. It'a Imwu tha Inmrinu
ompanlfs albw-i us that ni 'h. Can other stores sell their goo Is for one half or one-nnarter what thev par for
mem. not ii xney expoci to stay In business and pty their creditors. 'To yorj catch tho polutr"
is. K !' ! !'
We will continue the Dreag Goods aale
another week. A lot of other pieces of All
Wool good added to our 25c counter.
On- lot Wool Mixed, plain, plaida and check
Drew Goods at. . . .-. 10c
Lailiet' veils 10c
Grod qu lity Ladies' coraet 15c
Sp'erdtd quality corset ,.5C
Ladit s' Hose, hhek anl clcred, 6 pair 95c
fen,a Hose, bl ick and colored, 8 25c
Heavy Ribbed Boy's Hose, 2 " a$c
Larg.; 8iZe Men's lfandketchiefs 5c
Men's good quality Suspenders 10c
One lot tan and white Biby Cloiks,
lightly dtm ged by water, choice. . .50c
Boys' A'l Wool Suits, slightly damaged
by w nit r, at only $ t.OO and $2.00
They came a little too eaaly for us, as
we expected to be in ournewbuil ding when
thy arrived, ao that we will mark them
awfully ch ap-to keep from moving them.
Special Prices This Week
Men's Suits aod Winter Underwear.
Ladies' Tailor Made Suits.
Ladies' and Children's Capes and Jackets.
Ladies' Ready-made Skirts in Silks and
Ladies' Silk and Moreen Petticoats.
Ladies' Fur ColUrettes.
Ladies' and Children's Winter Underwear.
Ladies' Walking Hats.
Blankets, Comforters, Quilts and Sheeting,
Table Linen, Napkins, Towel, Etc
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
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Heavy Weight Ribbed Underwear, $1.00 a Suit. :
Heavy Weight Fleeced Lined, $1.25 a Suit.
Heavy Weight Natural Wool and Camel Hair Underwear $2.50
Men's Grey Melton Overcoats, $7.50 each.
Black and Blue Kersey, $10.00.
Boy's Overcoats and Blue Chinchilla Reefers, $2.50 to $5.00.
Wo Buy in Case Lots and Can Discount
all Competitor's Prices.
E. L. WASHBURN & CO.
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All Patterns 10 and I5c
Day as Received.
201 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
Ijln;Lto Store lxx tlie aity."
We Have Recognized
all along that in advertising
announcements the people don't
want to be humbugged by Fake
The People Want Facts I
And they want them told li plain, simple language. That's what WE do in our advertise
ment, and it is probably one, if not the principal, reason why judicious
shoppjrs invariably crowd our store.
Autumn Dress Goods
IS ,n-i t r'jm y Mneil Suitingn i In 84 mi a wiila, will
le on wtv tin. wetk at loc. a yard.
9 ijlrce. I'Uiil iJrt.. (iiHiil., alitu Fmn y Wor.iel llieat
UimmU, mi ami an hu ll ule, guml valur at l&cv
8s an t I') mi ll all wimiI covirt Suiting, l.ailit-a' Clmll Wool
Clie.kt ami Fancy Mi&ture. price till. Week 23c.
40 iiu It Silk Mucil Novelty Dicm (iimmU, (4 In lllack and
white check ami Fancy Mmiire., Scotch TwenU and
wiMil (ilald lires. (iiHiil.. kxcellent value till, week
at 8 dc.
So intvejof Hilbcn'i S.icYiiiuk anil Ladle.' Cloth 54 Inch
wide in a lull r.niKe ol Near Coloring-n, price (Inn week only. 60c
61 Im h Jaciiuard Siiitiiia. all wool, all new color., It lllacka,
Si HI i vtireeiK, I'lnin, Hruwu, worth up to SI a yard,
Special tin. week only 75c,
Dress Patterns Special.
In uriler lo move our tn. k of tame more rapidly we will give
witheterv lrr.. t'atturu :
4 yacl. WaiM I.minif. 45 fit)
5 y.ir l Skin l.inmn., lu ro
4 y.uiU l.incu racmu, 15 ao
1 Spool Silk io
I Spool Thread U5
I I 'mil Hooka and liyca 05
I pair Shield. 40
I Set Ircn Steel. 15
1 yard lleltlli' 06
6 Vard. Velveteen 40
Kn e witli all drew p.tiama t i lu
Underwear and Hosiery
The 8eaiwn I. ripe for riianmnv. The
opportunity to huy and Save in T.nyinif
I. presented here- Judge the Talue by
Dr. Dc'iton- Hltwilii Gariii'Dtit
for Clilllren, all hg from
1 year to Vi yearn old. ma le
JuMt alike Cut. 1'rii-u
6uc. each up, ac
Children's Combination Suits.
l'artwiHil, all .Uea. 1 to5, apecial tin. week, only 46c
Ladies' Combination Suits.
Ourita and Florence nuke ut 6oc a .nit up to the all-wool al
f 4 On t. h; all color, ot giey, lute and black.
Ladies' Separate Garment.
Veata. luiih nc k lunK ali-evet; pant, to match, ankle
length; pei ial lli.a Week. ea.-h .15e
Ladies' Vest and Pants.
Heavy l.gyptuu cotton, Ih eceJ baik, apecul thl week 40c
Ladies' Vest and Pan's.
FirvptidU cotton, et'ra heavy and heavily Heeced, nicely
ti unified, our J.ic gaiineut, apei ial Ihia wtek 45c
Ladies' Merino Underwear.
Color-white, grev an I tail. t-p irate veat. ami p.mta, all
iea, Itoin !M to t'J. I he ve-tn aie hah n.-, k and long
sleeve; the pauta are ankle length; lhee alw ty. .old at .sJC
etna; out puce tin. week only 40c .garment.