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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 12, 1090.
PEREi'S BIG MAJORITY.
His Majority is Increased
Election Returns Received.
Populist Jerry Simpson Beaten for
Congress In Kansas.
Freight Blockade en Central faclflc,
Caascd fcy Fire In Tnonel.
WIIIIT BASE ITATIMEWT.
Two year ago H. B. Kergnssou had
boot I.UOO idkJ'hUj for congress. This
majority we. wiped out last Tuesday by
republican gain la Socorro, Don Ana,
Sierra and Urant eonutlea. Mr. Fergus
oo hM majorltlM la Colfai, Baa Juan,
Sierra, Grant, Chaves, Lincoln and K I iy
eiontles. These mnjwltle are less than
two thousand. Mr Perra has majorities
In all the other counties of the territory
Clo'e estimate and actual return ihnw
that he hue over 4,000 majority la the
eoantlM tbat be carries, Riving him a
net majority of at leat 9,000. This In the
greatest republican victor; la the history
of New Mexico, and Is a Waterloo defeat
to the democrat. The votes in ths sev
enl eountlee will be canvosed on Mon
day. ICverybntty lavlteil.
Special to The Citnen.
Banta Ke. Nov. 12. Publish notice of
grand ratification nieetiug at Las Vega
on Monday. Iuvite all gO'sl cltls-na
who believe In prosperity to come. Ev
erybody will be there.
John S. Clark.
Chairman Republican Committer.
Blerra Cuunljr Vol,
Socorro, Nov. 13 Dnreum carried
Blerra county by thirty-one. Kergnssou
carries It by oue hundred and eeveuty
eight, which U 311 lesa than hlsuiajir
Itv two years ago. Trnjlllo lose Blerra
bv flftv Ave. Wlu-ton carries by over
one hundred majority.
rout HA IX.
Rodlh anil Tetoble College
Princeton, Is". J., Nov. 13. K more
beautiful day for the annual foot bill
game between Princeton and Yal could
not be Imagined. Pilncetou le crowded
with foot ball enthusiasts.
Princeton made a sensational play at
the very start, Poe running ninety Ave
yards for touob down. Princeton wins 0
Chicago, Nov. 12. University of Chi
eago A, Wisconsin 0.
Detroit, Nov. 12 Ktrst half University
of Michigan 6, I'uivsrslty of Illinois S
Phlladeluhla. Nov. 1J University of
Pennsylvania 35, Carlisle Iudleua 5.
Cambridge, Miss., Nov. 12. Harvar
17, Brown 6.
Ithlea. N. Y.. Nov. 12 -First half-
Cornell 20, Lafayette 0.
Ileatmi'llve firs In Tunnel
Ban Krunclsco. Nov. 12 Kireln a tuu
nsl on the Central Pie. tic railroad. Went
of Truckee. caused a serious frelgh
blocka de. Three hundred cars of freight
are waiting on the west Hide of the tun
nel. Kaet of the tuu.u 1 over 5:i0 cars of
freight are held. With much lucon
lence to passengers, the bagrsue. express
and mail are being transferred at tin
tunui'l, which, however, will be repaired
New York, Nov. 12. W.tkly ban
statement: Burtiltis rfsirve. decreasd
$,011,2"0 loins Increased. '.i, "2.300
specie deer-ased. tl,c2?.Bti; legal tender
decreased, fl.OlO.ftM; depoel's Inereafed,
t7,Ul,t; circulation. Increased. lf5,
800. Banks hold $15,011,1)00 lu excess of
Tronpe to He Kewtiv.d.
Carllnvtlle, 1:1.. Nov. 12. Adjutant
Geusral Reese to d ly not.B'd Sheriff,
Davenport that the remaining troops
guardiug the Chlcgj VirJen Coal com
pany's shaft at Virden will 1 removed
to-day, aud aak" him to eeud deputies
to guard the plant.
Bluiiou U Soor.
Topska. Kan , N v 14 Congressman
Jerry Blmpwn, who was defeateil in the
Beventb district for re-election, says: "I
hall seek ouV-e no more. I shall at
the expiration of my term lu congress
retire to my cattle rau'.'h at Medicine
Lodge, and participate only to help out
the populist paity wbeuev r my services
are In demand."
Carllnvtlle. III.. Nov. 12.-Differences
between the Chicago Virden Coal com
pany at Virden anil lubum and the strlk
Ing miners have been se tied. The com'
pany has agreed to pay the state ecale,
40 eeuts per tou, but did not want to tear
down the atocka le. Xtually the com
pany eccepted the offer of the miners to
take It down and charge the company
nothing for the labor.
fVahlntnn, Nov. 11 The president
made the following appointments: Rich
ard Onenther, GanthT, Wis, consul
general, Frankfort, Herman y j Frauk II.
Slison, 0'iio, citi"Ul general, Berlin,
Denver, Niv. 12 Lieutenant George
Brrnm. Klrst Uulted Bute Cavalry,
ho was wo'inded at the tattle rt 1
Q iailma has beon appiduted Ju 'ge ad
vocate of the military department of
TIU POHTO RICO REPORT.
Aiti'lrel Setilep treente the Mme to
Washington. Nov. U. Admiral Hchley
t -day preMeiited to the president the re-
rt of the irto Klc evacuation com
mission. In the main It Is nothing
more than a transcript of the daily re
end of the proneedlng of the emmls
ion. winding up with an account of the
eenuMiiie attending tho end of the
B-.miiUh eovt-relgnty and the aMtiinption
of control by the l'nlle.1 d'.ates forcee.
The admiral Is liKiking thin aud warn as
a re-ult of his lub rs etljat and ashore
during the past suuener. He Is dcslrons
of Ukinj rest In the mountains a few
weeks before undertaking any active
Wreck of the Met-tit Tereen.
Nassau, N. P, Nov. 12. The tug IV
tomae from Santiago, which has been
vi.sUlug the stranded cruiser Infanta
Varla Teresa off Cat Island, arrived here
to obtain permit to work on the ship
Bhe will return to Cat Island. Tbe
cruleer Is lying mile off shore In two
fathoms of water. Tbe natives destroy d
the temporary deck and carried away ev
Reneae City Market.
Kansas City. Nov. 12. Cattle He-
ct(:tH, 100 head. Market, unchanged,
Native steers, f 3 .10,45.25; Texas steers,
)2.5ott4 )0; Texas cows, 2 603 10; na
tive cows aud heifers, $1.0004 CO; stock-
era aud feeders, t'i.0Oul.2n; bulls, 2.2o
Bheep Recslpts, BOO. Market steady
Lambe, 4.8''e5.2o; muttons, S3 00O
KIOHV KIMO Of JUSTICR,
A Rentnrhjr Joile end rroeeentlaa; At-
toraef Hoaor Tbemeelvee.
Fraukforl, Ky., Nov. 12. Cdanty Jadge
Moore dismissed the murder charge
agaluat Sergeaut Perkins, who killed bis
son iu law, J. W. Newton, Thursday
night. County Attorney Polsgrove made
tie statement that the proof showed that
Newton betrayed bis wife before marry'
lug ber, aud recently betrayed ber young
sister. Polsgrove aald be would not
prosecute any niau under similar cir
cumstances. A large crowd broke Into
wild applause when Judge Moore said the
case was plainly justiuabie nomiciue,
and told Perkins to go to his family
Penitentiary ror Lire.
Santa Rosa, Cat, Nov. 12. Hugh
Griffin. 1U tears of age, was sentenced to
life imprisonment to day for train
wrecking. Orttllu had been steallug
ride anl In order to get even with con
due tor broke the awltcb, throwing tbe
engine aud coaches from the rails
Orillln Is the son of eminently respect
New York, Nov. 12. Money on eel'
steady at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile
paper, 'Mi per cent
turned to Uratk.
Owosa, Mich., Nov. 12. Ii Perry,
south of this city, to lav Rows Co s. largi
livery tmrn was burned to the ground,
Charles I'ajlor one of the proprietors and
family ilve.l over the barnOirs. lay
lur's datihter and a mill named Uai
tteie 1 urled tHUieath the falling root an
hnrnel to il.utt). Tatlor got out but
frightfully lniind and cut.
Cincinnati, N.iv. 13. John C. Roth
county treasurer.millionaire pork packe
was found on the third tlool of his pack
Ing house dead, with his heed crushed
between the O.tot aud the elevator.
Vicente Raldnnido, was eomplMel before
Jatii'e D.iran In old town this mnrnlng
and the two prlsmsrs were botinl over
to await the action of the grand jury
I . t A V I es A A a a I A
airs. A. H. Martin rcrnislilDg succeed inputting oP, ,rong
Sbe Denounced Lain? bat tbe Next
Meastnt Interview With Bert Darts,
of Clrcat Fame.
A Mil SHOW AID A 110 CI0W0
No. 113 Couth First street
Our otii ct is lour satlefaction. Huy
from us If you want the best for the
lenst mouey. We have a tine assortment
of lamps, notions, toys, queensware,
graulte ware, "servant girl proof china
ware In Individual pieoee, sets or com
piste cinpleineiit. He a friend to your
purse; waste if you will, but don't spend
money with your eyes shut, iry
ouce and you will come again.
Lieutenant W. K. Dame, who went to
Cuba as sergeant of Troop K, and was
afterwards promoted to be shoo ml lieu
teuant of Troop K, Rough Riders, has
been appointed the New Mexico repre
sentative of the New York Block K
change. He bas started a "Roug
Riders' fund," to be nsed for the sick au
disabled soldier of this regiment.
B.J. Wilson, manager of the Coutiuen
tal Oil company s local olllce will leave
t) night for a few weeks' frlp through
the territory. He will vielt Biker City,
Roswell and other points.
On these chilly eights nothing Is bet
ter for the system than a glass of good
whiskey, such as Is kept lu stock at the
S'l icll our Klilriml Watclit-a Willi an alnoliite iiiiarantee tlu-v will .is r.mng iiisjrc ti
'1 In- Itilluwinii we ton.Itlrr Ihr lr.l wati ht-. ftir iilrcu'l 1,1-1 v. e :
17 Jewel Hamilton, $25.00, Heavy Silverine Cases.
21 Jewel Elein, 30.00, "
The Van2uard 40.00, u
Gruen Precision Watch, 65.00, M " 44
YUl K MONKV HkTLKNEI) IK TIIIV KAIL VH PASS.
E V E R I T T
Mrs. A. 11. M irtln and G. W. Lalng.
ho achieved such uneiivlabls noUinel
In Alhiijii'iiii'i a few months ago, are
ow fiiiulsiiing the resiling public til
lx Angeles with llieir eenalloual palm
ids follow lua artlol.-s. which appeared
in the Los Augelee Kxpre-s, speak fol
Wig ROASTS LilNU.
Among the passengers on ths Bants
Ke overland this morning was Mrs A. H
Uarlln.uf AUruijiirrqiie, N. M., who coiut
to l.os Angelee to '.'J and sltaUhten out
tiur affairs, and at the earns tune set ths
maciit jery of J jstlt-a iu ui .turn to serure
reparallou for a grievous wrong that has
been perpetrated upon her.
It Mrs. Martin s story is true, aud she
tells It like a woman who is telling the
ulli, she has been subjected to an out
rage for which the law provide uo ad-
equ tte remedy.
in June last, lira. Martin sais, ane
sine to Lns Augeimt wlih her two chll-
dri n and her muiti r, the latter being Id
delicate heutUi, luteuiling to sptuid the
luter. They tlrxt sloppml at the ilroad
way hotel, wheie they rsmaluea for a
nils, and thn removes! to tlie Uolel
Liu.l.say, ou south M.lu street.
At this latter place Mrs. Martin aays
sIih met a man uanied George W. Lalng,
who has beeu the cause of all her trouble.
Lalng Is a married man, having a wife
and lour chllilreu, but he begau almmt
at once pat lug a great deal of alu uilou
to ber mother, Mis. Lena Miller, ami soon
acq ilred a great Inlliieiice over her, abso
lutely 0 'Utiollliig ner actions.
Ou asoerlalnlii ' that lire. .Miller na.i
somt means lu Albuquerque, Lalng, Mrs.
Martin says, at once commenced scnem-
lug to get posnes-duu of her money, re
presenting that the opportunities for In
vestment were uiuch le.ter lu Los An
Ksles than In New Mexico, aud that tj
going into ths grocery business here she
could e-et tils' returns lor ner capital.
Mrs. Miller Dually yieiued fci L.ainge
perauaslou, aud Mrs. Marttu, leaving her
children here, went back to Albuquerque,
la Beuteuiher. to settle up mailers and
collect ths mouey, when sue was to re
turn. Lalag, she aays, Weill back to as
sist ber in the busiuess.gulngou the same
On arrival at Albuquerque, the nonr
being late, Mrs. Martin says she weul to
the hotel, as she did not notify ner una
baud of ber coming. Lalng went to lr,e
same hotel, aud Mrs. Vartluaats, regis
tered ber as his wife, though she nu a
separate room, and kuew nothing of It at
The next day when ber husband heard
of the matter, there was a big row, and
be swore to a complaint agaiusl ner lor
adultery. He would listen to uo ex
u anal one. aud the result was sue was
arrested and mrown into juu, Liug, id
the meantime, maklnihls escape.
Or course when the ease came to trial,
Mrs. Martin eats she had no dtlllculty iu
establishing her luuocenoe, and aha was
A reconciliation witn ner nusoann
followed, and. after settling up her
adalrs. Mrs. Martin at ouce returned to
Los Anueles to get her children aun
remove her mother from Laing's Influ
ence, arrlvlui here this morning.
Mrs. Martin fays that tne reeling
airalnst Lalnff Is verv si rot, j lu Albu
uiiriouo. and that he would fare veil
badly It ber trleuds could gt noiu .i
him. Bhsdoes not think tlmt si th
most Lalng got mere than t2 from l.i-r
About noon Mrs. Martin Called at the
police station, aud Captain Roberts ls
tailed an oinrer to go wllh ber to l.ntltg's
house, where her moiher now is, to pin
toct her lu case he should atlmi t lu do
her IkhIIIv harm.
Mrs. MartlU lias letters iroiu me au
thor ties In Albtiunernus couinieiiitiiig
her to the people here, aud voucV.l'ig tor
A rKCl'llAH MOTHKU.
Mrs. A. H. Maitlu, ho arrived lu the
clw rcslenlav from Alliti'iuerou N. M.
as nUe staled, 10 lescue ber uiuu.er, nr-.
Lena Miller, from a man uuuind (ieur4
L. W. Laliiff. did not eucceed lu hi r
mission, at least Uot tet.
After telling her story to au nxpree
reporter yesterday Juet befnre wtou, -hs
went out to l.auigs nouse, ro. jiui
Hisiver street, encorted by an ollhvr iu
plain clothes, to see that she was not mo
Mrs. Miller was not overjoyed to si
hr dauuhter. aud flatly refused to l
rescued, aay in g that elis prefe.red to re
main where she was. Mm alo told nr
daughter, wheu the lutter refers,
to hur irom les, mat ere nrougi
them on h. rue It and had only her
self to blame. Kinally. when Mrs. Mar
t ii said that she would take h-r children
and so back to Alhuqueliiue, Mrs. Ullle
reolled that that was about the ttn
course for her to nursue.
Last evening, however, she had appar
ently rhaiiired her nilnd. aud was douii
Cl led at the luting resilience for an Indrt)
i, lie stav, all parlies having made u
their differences and being ou very goo:
Just what further developments there
will be lu this slrange case can only I
surmised, but at present there are no In
dtcallou of any trouble.
est ll It Y 811 K hl'llKI.
Mrs. Martin Is sorry she told her story
to isilics ot cia Is aud a reimrler. Bi
knew, ot course, wheu she was talking t
il.e Kioress renorter. that what she was
savtiiir was for Dubllei.lton, for she was
told so. but after eeelug and taikln
with the Laltigs and her mother, she
changed her mind, and now doss not
seem to think that Ml. Lalng is such
had man after all. as will bs seeu by the
following letter received from the "In
lured" wnmau from Albuquerque this
To the Kdltor o( the Eii rrts.
Dear Blr I mails a statement whit'
appeared in last eveulng's paper, all of
wh'ch I want to comrauiri ain iieny, i'
af'.-r Investtgiltloli 1 nild that the Mtnf
ments were untrue, especially as to vr.
i.alug's dealings with my moth r, he not
having heard of Bald money or any other
sum. and ths amount was iiitf.tn mete id
of tint), as I supposed. Ho I deny one
and all the statements which appeared
last night. Plsass publish this in justice
to Mr. Lalng. Mits. A. II. Mahtin.
Los Angeles, Nov. 6, 1V.ii.
The "Owl" Social!
The "Owl" social at the Congroga
tlnnal church last night tarnished
Urge number of young people with
abnndicos of fun and entertainment.
The soxlal bad been skillfully planned,
and was one of the most oiilqtis that baa
been given la thin city. Ths youug
ladle were put to work ( rawing like-n-sof
the bird In whose honor the
octal wii named. The yo ing men at
ie seme Huh were employed In wilting
pnle of the enie bird In pro-e and
stry. Messrs. Havlsy, Vsrre I and
lng were tbe j idg-ss ot thedra.v'u
nd awarded the Drst prS to Miss Kt In I
Ray aud the booby prtx t ) M:sllntts
Misses Craikei, Osgood and Fox acti'd a"
Jndges ot ths literary pioductlons, and
trdsil the Drst prise to Chariest Hen
ing aud th booby prist to Thomse
u lies, Jr. "Owl" In the most approved
sMe was retved for refreshment.
Ths only disagreeable feature (f tha
social was the presence ot a gang of
mug hoodlums, who showed no appre
latino of the kind treatmeut which they
received, and by their misbehavior made
beoisolve obnoxious to all.
leading IcwcUr, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuqutrqu. N.
Hdiurtr for DIAMONDS, VATCHES, Etc.
A bio concbrh.
nek Is Ike Wallaeo Clreaa la tko Me
tro vol la To-Day.
Th Wallace ehowa, having regaled the
people along the Bant F Pacific with
excellent performance sine leaving
southern California, arrived from Gallup
early thla morning, and after unloading
and the various department bosse ba t
gotten thing Into ship shape, th elrcue
company gave on of their finest and
most elaborate procession ever een In
this city, the parade demonstrating three
brass bands, a "Midway Plalsanc" band
and the old time Inspirator, kuown as
There was some tslk, In the morning,
that ttmrn would be no parade, but th
rumor wua dlesiuated when tbe brass
bands, the caLlope, clowu and big ele
Capt. Bert Davis, the genial press
agent of th big ehows, was pleasant
nailer at this ollioe this morning. After
telling u that the circus company would
vlitually disband her, that th big list
o( employes would be paid off, and tbat
the cars with their freight of animate,
would be Immediately shipped to Peru,
Ind., where they would go Into wlntt-r
quarters, Mr, Davis aald:
Bom elderly people declaro that thsre
Is nothing new in the clreus: that tbe
circus of to-day is about the same as they
saw when they were young; that. In (act
it la not aa eood as lbs old one rlna
circus that cam to tbe village forty or
urty year ago; mat even the picture
that announce the coming ot the event
are uot as brilliant a those at which
they gaxed In open-mouth wonder, as
they Hashed In the sunlight from the side
nr , t a t n 1 1 .... u 1. 1
After getting to a full point, the re
porter who had llsteued to the word
"We will tnrn a rule now, and when
the carriers ot Tut Citizkn return from
the show thla afteruoou we will give
The hint was promptly accepted, arid
when Ilsrrls aud "Polly," two of the
arrlers returned to the olllce, they said:
"That the show was tbe grandest they
had ever attended; that the animals were
there as represented In flsmlng posters
that the traprte performance could nut
t e excelled or even equalled in any other
show on earth, and such bareback riding
aud hippodrome racing was never seeu
In the early davs of the Romau empire,"
Ths circus will sh-iw to-night, after
which W. R. Brown, traveling frelgl t
and assengor agent cf the Batita Fe
nutho has been with the company
the ptst two dajs, will see tbat a large
number of the managers, (erformers and
others, Including Capt. Bert D.vla, leave
r r their respective homes over the bunt
F li. Houghton, the genial geueral
"geut ot the Banta Fe at Kl Paso, Is aho
h re to assist Mr. Brown 1 1 getting the
how people to take the great aud popu
lar Banta Fe route.
Spanish Government Given Time
to Answer Demands.
Peace Commissioners at Paris Ad
journ Tt'l Next Tuesday.
Rac Troubles In the Sotth Hay Ctui
' Fderal lotrrtertace.
IOWA WSLCOMIS A M IK KIM AC KI10.
Washington, Nov. 21 A special rahi-
U' t Uieetlirg was hrl t to day to consul, r
a Ulapiioli tereived from Judge Day a,
Pails, in which he luformed the presl
dent that the 8panlsh commission aekel
vtilitloiial tuns to prepare a reply te the
pd position submitted by ths rnltcl
Sia.es. AUh.'Ugli the president and cab
Inst are exceedingly auxl.ius that nego
tiations proceed as rapidly as poaelbie,
the request for additional tints wl I b
gratitnti and the .Hi aulsli commissioners
given until next Tuesday to prepare a
It l relieved that at the next mofiinir
they win, at laa tacitly, by begtnnii.K
aa argument vt ths question, rerasle f roi.i
ihs refusal to allow sovereignty of Bpalu
over the I'lilllpplnes to be questioned. It
thla surmise Is wsll founded, then tl.e
two eominlssslon will be brought face
to face witn ins adjustment or the de
talis of the proposition for the transfer
of tbe l'blllpi lues to the United Btalee,
sufllclently complex to warraut the ex
peetatlnu that several mora aeseions of
ths Joint eommlselon may be required
Rae RloU In the Sooth,
Washington. Nov. 11 Kxcetitlng fur
th nu looked-for event of recurrence ot
race riot in Booth Carolina, It la alto
gether improbable that the government
wilt Interfere by force or otherwise. The
altoriiey-gener! bad another conference
llh ths uresldsi.t thi morulug In re
gard to the matter. The conclusion wa
promptly teas' lied that as the ileinonstra
lions were not directed against the col
b-ctor of customs In tlie performance of
niadullKs as eucli, tlie government had
ni authority under the c institution or
law to exercise federal authority.
Race War Unlet.
Greenwood. 8. C. Nov. 11 Advices
from Phoeulx City report everything
quiet there to day. It lias been decided
to not take Tolbert back there, con
eouentlv no further trouble la autlcl
pt'd. An tuquest over the dead negroes
iu oe neia to-morrow.
low Welcome Home a Hero.
iitdait, Ijwa. Nov. 12 Oslsirue Delg
nau, oo ot tha men of Merrlmae fame,
arrived her to-day and was met by btsj
peipie wno escorted Dim Dome, hiub
teeu or twenty girls surrounded him at
the depot aud attempted to kiss him, but
b pushed them all back, aaylng there
wt r handsomer men In th crowd than
be Th municipal authorities pre.
aei ted Delgnan with a eword and Gover
nor Bhaw aud other prominent l.iwane
made speeches. Delguau ran away from
nome ner year ago.
They Adjonra Till Meat Tneaday Wltkonl
CaalR to Agreement.
Paris, Nov. 12. It Is now believed that
the next meeting of the peace com
mission will be postponed uutll Tuesday
next, out no neuulle decision waa ar
rived at, tbe Spanish commissioners bs
Ing still bu"y In the prepaiatlou of doc
umnnts that they will submit It Is
understood that thla presentation wll
cover matter which renders their careful
preparation unusually Important. Borne
original paper and transcript ueceseary
at the next aessiou tor the presentation
of tne Huanlsn casj will probably noi
arrive here until too late ou .Monday to
permit a meeting that day. Ths health
of Judge Day, president of the America.
commission, was much Improved this
ispringueld, III., IViv. 12. Advices re
ceivetl from Hit mbers of ths KlgMh
Illinois vol 11 n leers, colored, l ow In nan
tlago provinces, Cuba, stats that fully 30
per cent of the regiment are In hnepltals.
la the camp ot ths Twenty third I nlUd
States Infantry, across the hills from tl
Kighth llllulos, yellow fever has mad
It a; pearance.
Washington, Ncv. 12. Col. Knoch
Totl-n, a prominent lawyer, died last
night, aged 112.
Rend In your ciders for flowers f
ivks), tub noHisr.
Ferns, rubber plants, etc., for hou.-e
I VP., TUB Pl.OKIsT.
If you are Interested to learn ths re
suit of electloi bets, drop Into the '. diie
Cafe this evening and hear the latest.
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Shces th it are Extra Strong,
made t ) s'.anrl the
of the Hoys,
Sixet 2i o H.O a fair,
The I3cst Shoe Ever Maile
gt the prit e.
GEO. 0. CAINSLEY h GO.
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Largt.t !Sh.e Dealers,
122 a. Second St.
GRAND REMOVAL SALE I
Still ces merrily on. Everything in the store at specially low pricei. We still have some
of the goods left ever from the Fire which goes t
FIRE SALE PRICES!
You Know wha that mi an. We must move a little of the New Goods as posihle, so have
made Special Pi ices for this week. Now is the time to lay in your Winter Supply
of Dry G.-od and this is the placi wh-;re dollars d double djty.
LaditV Tkilor-M tr e Suits, I test style
tut A strict'y up to-'ate Frick,
w. i th $15 co. This wet k only., .$7.50
Lnrti's' Figured Brilliimite SklrtL.fi.15
Lndiex' KibS d Vests aoc.
Ladiea' J.-rsey Ribb. d Uni in Suits.... 502.
Ladi s' Hose, black and colors 4c
Ladies' Corsets in bhek, white and
drabs, worth 75c 25c.
Misses' Combination Suits ajc.
Hoys' and Misies' Ribbed Hose, w.rth
aoc. and 25c I2c.
Men's Camel's Hair Fleece Lined
Men's Hose, black and tan, per pair.. .3c.
Boys' All Wcol Suits, slightly
damaged by water, thai sold up to
$500; now $1.50
Boys' Overcoats damaged by water. . ,50c.
Special pricoa this week
Lice Curtains for less rtiOiey th in any
other stores can buy them for.
Tl fsrt a as-A
Kutnea scr.m CurUius
A good Nottingham Cut tain
A Vt yard Nottinzham Curtain.
worth $3 50 $ 1.50
We wish to call your particular at'ention
to our N w Silk Waists, Silk Skirts,
Capes, Jackets. New Styles ia Neck
wear, all the 'atest novelties. Ascot Ties,
the latest fad. TaffetiS lk Petticoat ,
Walking Ha's of every style, Fur
ColWeties. See the new Crush Belts,
NOTE. Srecial Birgaios thia week oa
Men's Suits, Overcoats and Furnishing
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
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 Huy in Case Lots and Can Discount
all Competitor's Prices.
E. L. WASHBURN & CO.
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All Patterns 10 and ISc
tip mp. nra st
1 EOGa fiUt'JilSilJ
llennd 0.r Wllhoot Hell.
The prslluiiuary hearing ot Miguel and
Celso Sedlllo, charged with the murder of
E have a Large Stock of GOOD SECOND
HAND WATCHES, 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.
TT T7 V" Chil Vatch Iiupctor,
lit As Jl Aw, S.F. P.
Leading Jewelry House oi the Southweet.
, Dar. as Received.
201 Riilroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
Ii:la.taT3cl storo in tlxo Otty.
R ad these Item'. Gall and compare them WITH KijUAL QUAUTIKS OKKEKED KLSEWIIRRK, and wear
poslllvs tlie seitil will be, a eus'.omer of our for ever after. Home peop Imagine goods cau be bought cheapr
than the e ml of miiiufacture at fake sales iuasiueiaillng under various names they take It for granted and lose
uionsy by doljg so. Judge for yourself that there Is economy as well as satisfaction la buying here.
Silk Sale St-e wimlow dmplay of llie latest im
Black Brocaded Silk and Satin.
31 inrlir witlc, all .ilk nl ntw dvsiign it mall )id
tlfcturrw.art'KuUr 7 In ilk, nnly 6
New draiMns. thia fall'a etyla. all ailk sad all new enoiel
natioiia ol colorings, onlr nne p.liein ( Hjle, reg-ulai
$1.5 (uality, tlua wet-li'a apeeiel.oQly 7Sc
Corded Taffata Silks.
All nr itooila ami the laieit ehadiaf a In IS atylra ef
corU eoiiiL- aingle Hatiu corla up I a cluater of four cords
In every iiiuh u.iljle color. il w.jrtb up to $1 7 a
yard, tlua wci-k'e price only WUc
Another new line of
ladies' flannelette wrap
pers made of a good qual
ity. Heavy fleece back
ll.nnektte in all colors
and all sizes from 34 to
44, made like rut. This
week only... 99c
eani " 1 we"ll""1
en 11 ' S'" a
Meal el Sewle Silk.
Oae pair la Sea.
50C-. 75c, $ l.OO.
Made like rut at
ivo.-, 7.,i- t ami
! Wft. Kactl pair
ill .uiifie boiea
aitd luuie botu
eilk Itiir-.J .nd
wuul 1 lied.
In all It. wool and
llecce lined at
1 .V. U04-, -jih: and
eot a pair.
Boy' and Girls' Head wear.
See winduw display i,t
Tarn fst,antrr, big variety at.
buys' military cui tt ,
ltitys' cudt-l rapattt ,
AHurtsjl cteloi s wtMl ruiflora ftr boy ttnd girlst.
lVCt Catl'B fur IniVH attltl It III Mt
Ami. a miiitrrti It tie ( infaiu'
wool from 4Ch: cm Ii upwardi.
Hoc and 4.1c
ticadwcdr IU SJIilajt-tuWO, mitt uud
Otitita I'm on Suit ju-t hk rut forrhitilttrn, tn in-f. mil U-di-
I tiiltlfen ! n down thr (runt, all umvh, a.'.L. 1 ..id itV,
nieida like cm. upwjid- from fc "J he al.tivc ta.i t i i-iitituly
el-ttic i evajiy rcpfft and then'tnre ifi-ct fi ting 1 nd asjlf
uaturuiiuaj- 9 ull Uua ta all gtadca aJwaya iu ttotk.