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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 17. 1890.
TOE SPANISH REPLY.
Answer to American Demand in
Hands of the Commission.
National Quarantine Conrent'on In
Session at Memphis.
WashtDfton Official! Co.flJ.nl That
Spala Will Agrc lo All Drn.n4.
AMIIICAI TlOorS 60IH0 TO CCH.
Farls, Not. 17 The clerical force or
th. American peace commission n t ujr
nearly all Dight translating the Spnnl-h
memorandum piemiled la yesterday's
J.tlnt session. While the translators and
typewrit ir'e were ruddering the ftpiitileh
argnmeut Into printed KnglUh, thee-iin-tl
of the American coinrat-lin stn llt-d
It sheet by sheet, making notes ot Hie
records to be exatnlusd and of the li
potnte bearing on the matter In band
A a result. wlien the American gathered
for the dally eesloa txlay, the Spanish
presentment lay before them In Kuglieh,
aeoompauled by data hearing npon II.
No nnufDolal person knows the con
tents ot the document present- d by the
Spanish commlsetoii'Ts yeatntay. but it
Is safe to assume thnt added to her In
sistence on the reseivatton ot ths Philip
pine sovereignty and a prop I. Ion to
arbitrate the construction ot the th'r.l
art Idle ot the protocol. H;aln made two
other Important statements:
First That on the high ground of
financial probity, shn cannot allow any
dtsctiwlon here on the Talldity of her
action plelglng the resources ot the
rtillipplue for t!ie payment of the
Second That In connection with the
American proposal to reimburse Hpain
for her Paddo expenditures In the l'lill
lpplnee, she cannot admit any Inquiry ae
to bow alia spout the proceeds ol the loans
based on th Philippine pledges.
If Spsln has aeuiufd thU attitude el e
practically empU the A.nerlcan com
nitssloners to ewMiW at leant the entire
Philippine debt and U assumption by
the United Slates or the Philippine
Hands as a condtlluu toS,aiu'a amicable
surrender of her sovereignty over thow
It Is dllllcult to nnderatand how the
American e-tn reply to 'bis In 411 y other
manner than by strictly outlining their
position, giving the Spaniards a time
limit In which to accept the proposition
ot the United Stales. B it the American
commissioners may patiently continue
their endeavors to arrive at au amicable
understanding of the suhj -t
with the Mercantile Trat and Deposit
company, Haiti more, by the Johns Hop
kins 1'nlverslty. State of Maryland and
othsrs. The pnrehwrs are ths mmv
grs ot the New York re-organlittlon
Cart of Inqnlrjr.
Waehiniftm, Nov. 17. The secretary
of the navy has ordered a court of In
qntry to rueM st the navy yard at Nor
folk cu Tnesy for the ptirpoe of Inves
tigating th cirenmstanrea attendlrg the
abindonmi'iit it the Spanish cruiser
Maria Teresa, with a view to determin
ing tho necessity and responslbllty there
ChlMn Mtorh Marfett
Chicago, Nov. 17 Cattle Receipt.
7.5il head. Market eteey.
Heevee, I1.0O..J5 75; cows and tMfere,
fl.7!ft ; westerns. (3 5.t t.oO; stork-
er and feoders, 3.004 HO; Texas steers,
Hh-'p-Keot'tpte, 12 ,000 head. Market
2.'e to 6' lowr thtn Monday.
Nstlv-s. aiir0; westerns, 2.10
34.60; lamb. l&( (io.40.
CMmrv Oral! Marftit.
CMcago, Nov. 17. het November.
r;'ci Decembr, i'.ts,vr,',i'?.
("orn Novenilnr, Zii-; Ueoemtr,
Out November, 24'gc; December,
New Wa, Nov. 17. Bllvw. ivn4c.
SPAIN WILL M il MIT.
and ol lha lullml !! Will IU
AecfiptMl by Ihil Counlrj.
WaehlngV'n, Nov. 17. The adniinintra
tlon feels encouraped ovo Hie outlook tor
asnccHtelul ti rinlntttlon ot Hie Ulxim of
the peace couiinlnnlon at Pan Whether
thle renewed conUdtuci la bitxed upon
ths aliitract of the Cpanlxh reply eubmlt
ted at yesterday's meet lug or founded
npon pilvate advices Indicating th
weakening of the Rpmilnh position Is not
known, bnt It Is prohahle that both the-M
bad an Influence In brightening the
Troop to do lu Cubtt,
Waehlngton, Nov. 17. The mnvem nt
of Uulted HtatM triMipa t) Hnvana
province will bgln within ten da
'1 he occupation of CltnfuiOi Is alno re
ceiving attfutlon. Grneral Snyder will
command the flfHt brigade which lau.U
In that province, to be followed soon af
terwards by Gu. Wilson and the First
Ul ABANTINfc KINVKNIION.
RrTurll lo II MkIi lo Provr-nt Vulluw
rTr la tho Soutii.
Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 17. The 11 a
tional quarantine conve:.tl.u iw-mhlrd
today wi'.h l'al delvgitee preMUt. an'
others ai riving oil eeeli Irniri. A mejorlty
are from tUe K iut'i. rn x'a'.M more et
fected hy vl.lt ainim of je'lo.; f.ver. The
sul ject with which fie convention Is to
del l-i how to iir.1v.1l ; an 1 ill 'lent qtiar
anline to r't-et the slain from luva
sione fr. m li.f.vtnl countries an I con
raloiwui-M-a-ei ( liilniiiii J. 8. Men
kl'l. of tho I'M' ll C iii'iitMee, csll.-d the
eiuveuli.m to ir'.r (i.'"cral I.uke K
W right, ot Tei.ue-i ee. wart named p. rai
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 17. The execu
tive committee of t'i W C T. V. to-day
decided upon Koattle as the place for
holding the next convention lu October.
New York, Nov. 17. Money on call,
nominally 22t per oent Prime mer
cantile paper, Hoi 4 per cent.
Paris, Nov. 17. lr. Stephen 11. Tyng,
president of the American Chamber of
Commerce. Is dead.
A Lively Maoftwajr.
Ous ot Trimble's teams, etandlng In the
rear of Bachechl A Co's place lu Paradiee
alley, became frightened this morning
and ran away. They collided with one
of ths Whitney company wagon, wlileh
was badly damaged In ths collision. The
team crossed Hold avei us and I an do, u
the alley between W hltten's second hand
store and Duller' b;irbr shop. The de
livery wagun ot The Macs was standing
In the alley and how the runaway man
aged to get by It without colliding Is the
marvel of all who wltnesed It. The
team turned down First etrei t, where It
was stopped without doing any more
liar Hooin Flitnroo.
These fixtures originally oosl over !'M)
They are lo good condition, and can be
b.mght nt a very low Ugure. Just the
thing to flt op a nice little saloon with
There Is one eighteen-foot, walnut top
front bar, elghti-en t ot back bar, large
mirror, foot r II, and a large six door Ice
box. Inquire ot or write to 11.8. Knight,
or Sohuelder At Llx, Albuqnerque, N. M.
Pran new Smith Premier typewriter,
The latest No. 2, machine with every Im
provement. 1 rice so. Address p. o. box
Ferns, rubber plants, etc, for bouse
IVKS, TBI FLORIST.
flalttmoro anil lllilu Koad.
Baltimore, Nov. 17 The last obstacle
to the re-orgaulzatlon ot the Baltimore
aud Ohio railroad will be removed by the
sale of the first preferred stock pooled
Hon. Thos. A. Finical, the popular
prosecuting attorney ot this district and
Ooiincllmau elect of Bernalillo county,
will leave In a few days, possibly Satur
dty ulght, for Cadiz, Ohio, where be will
viHlt his old home for a short time. Mr,
Finical needs a vacation, having worked
hard through one ot the bitterest and
nieaneet campaigns sgalust a candidate
ever Inaugurated in this county, and
cime to the front with the large majority
of Hio votes over bis opponent.
Mrs. W. A. McClaekey, wife of the
I tall road avenue tinner, bft Tuesday
evening tor an extended visit with rela
tives aud friends In New Yoik state. She
was accompanied by Mrs. Lewis, mother
ot Mrs Karl Snyder, who will visit rela
tives in Pennsylvania.
BROKEN KimS BANK
Reason Why th3 President ol
the Concern Suicided.
Testimony RcearJirf Condition ot
Soldiers at fluctauk Point.
flucn Skkafsi R -ported Amonr the
Amerlcsa Tro'.pi at Manila.
CirTtJII OF A MtJIDItll ntBIAtli
W aldington, Nov. 17. A telrg am ha-
been receiv. d by Mr. IiAea, comptroller
nt tl e currency, from the receiver In
charge of the First Nations! Bank, nt
KuiiKirla, Kaupas, enylng that so far the
Investigation hail developed li regular
ities lu tho reserve agent's account
amounting to rxi.mo; and that at&.iMi
lu cash aoconnts of the bank were In
Vite1 In doubtful euterpripes routiollert
by Preeldeut Crone. It Is tbniiglit by
olllcials ot the comptroller's cilice, al
thoUKh the capital aud surplus of the
hanker Is entirely wiped out. the bank's
depositors will suffer little, If any, lose.
si'it'iiiR or phvhiuknt (.-.
Kmporla, Ka., Nov. 17 The str-'ete
were crowded to day with depositors of
the closed First National b ink, whose
president, Charles 8. Cross, yesterday
took bis life, soi l, after that Institution
was taken charge of by the r.ve'.vnr,
Thero was little excitement, however,
The coroner's Inquiry develo-ed a fai t
that w.'Uld Indicate that the collapse of
the bank came as a surprise to President
Crus aud the resolution to taks his life
was formed and curried out within an
hour. Cross carried from $iiJ,ox) to 7V
imio life Insurance. I lie bank will not
resume business. The assets left by
Presldeut Cross are the Sunny Slope
stock farm aud cattle worth probably
1150,000 at forced sale.
Coodltl.io of tbo HvaplUI Told uj Ilio
Cblf Sorgsen or tho Coiup.
Washington, Nov. 17. l)r. Forwood
testified before the war Investigating
commission to-day concerning the con
dltlons at Montauk Polut, wl ere he was
chief army surgeon, liurii g the first
thirty days history of the camp tl.niO
patients were treated. There were al
ways BOO vacant beds. Speakli g ot the
shortage of nurses, said there was a
considerable number of hospital corps
men trained In post hospitals before the
female nurses arrived. This was limited
tralulug but It rendered the men much
more ellklaut than they otherwise would
SIC KMC HX AT MANILA.
Mallguant flmalloox aod Fevar Provaloot
la tho Anisrlrao Army.
Vancouver, Nov. 17. Cbiuese advices
by the steamer Kmprese of China say
that disquieting news has been received
as to the health of the American troops
at Manila. In addition to the great
amount of fever prevailing smallpox has
appeared. The deaths In the hospital
average about one hundred soldiers
month. Through neglect ot the Spanish
olllcials nearly two hundred lepers es
caprd confinement, and for a time this
was unknown to the American nuttier!
tie and the outcasts were allowed to
wander at large. Orders have been Is
sued that all lepers be arrested and sent
to tho small uninhabited ls:ands on the
southeast ot Lux m.
W. J. McDonald, the uight man at the
posttnVe, will leave for Los Angeles this
evening, exchanging positions with C
II. Saub rn, who Is expected to reach the
city lo-merrnw night.
Alex Bowie, mauager ot the Caledo
uian Coal c nipany.jit Gallup, late candl
date of the Independents for territorial
ooiineil, Is registered at the Hotel High
Krai.k Harris, who was down south on
'pedal business for the Santa Fe. return
ing to the city last night, aud Is around
among railroaders to-day.
Joe. (ioodlamler, the well-known drug
commercial tourist, Is here to-day with
his samples, ami among them are some
exlia line holiday goods.
Mrs. Nathan Barth, wife ot the exten
I've Hheep raiser lu the Zunl mountains,
Is reported on the slek list at the Burth
home In this city.
Col. John Becker, the big general mer
chant aud Hour miller ot Helen, Is lu the
city. He Is well pleased with the election
A. K. Bourne, of Watrnus, N. M.,
etockmau up north, Is here to-day, stop
ping al Bturges' Kuropeau.
0 A. Mateo 11 has gone to Mexico, and
while absent W. C. Montfort is the man
ager at the stationery store.
Officer Frank Rossi is taking a few
days lay off which he Is spending in the
vicinity of San Antonio.
M.T.Uorlarlty.the Chlllll sheep raiser,
Is In the city from his ranch, aud will re
main a few days.
... W A V CL-LIZ
We trll our Kallntad Wit, lir a-itli sti absolute u'l.inntre tliev will Ktt r.iting ini,r. tun
'i hr l.'lht itig ioh ilci lli? U-t W..L f.T rtiln4.1 t-rvi e:
17 Jewel Hamilton, $25.00, Heavy Silvtrine Casts.
21 Jewel Elgin, 30.00, M "
The Vanguard 40.00, M
Gruen Precision Watch, 65.00, " " 44
Vtll'R MONKV KUl KM I) IK TIIEV KAIL TO I'A-V
e: v b: 1 t t
Leading IcwtUr, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuqurqu(. N. M
dqurii lor DIAMONDS, VATQIES, Etc.
Arroot or Mardorer.
Ottumwa, la., Nov. 17. Joe Wolvertun
after eu H'essfully eluding for two years
the 0 Ulcers who wanted him for the mys
terlous murder of Mary UllUllau, was
lodged In the Osceola jail to day by Slier
IS Luklubllls, who cuptured bim at
Maynard, Nebraska, l.vlng under the as
sumed name ot (iroatt- Wolvertou was
s.-eu with the woman late on the uight
ot the crime. Ue says that be kuew he
was suspected but had no way lo prcve
his luuiM3euce and so ran awuy.
U. H. HilHI.l H UAUI.I II.
Uoollonioa Vraiil Hniiu Tll lbs Story nl
ltobert M. Fulton. rssHollice Inspector,
B. C. MI'chner and C. II. Imldu, attorneys,
represeutiug K. (I. Nuileau, the bai.ks aud
other creditors, who uro out ultogether
about llo.iKD) on B II. Mack'-y, whojs
now lu the county jail lu this city, came
down from Topekt lost night and are
speuding the day In the city luv.-stlnat
lug the case. From these genlleiueu the
full lil-dory of Macksy's career was
learu-d. He first appeared ill Hamilton
O.'ilo, whire, as pn-viou-.! staled In Tui
CiTiK.s, he was engage.) In the Insurance
liusiusns and lucldsutally shaved notes,
bond, etc. He worked his swindling
scheme there by writing insurance on
big factories aud reporting it ou small
dwellings. He beat the lusurance com
panies lu this manner out ot about J'i.u-o
or $7,(KK) before be was suspected aud
obliged to Use. W tills lu Hamilton I f
became a popular aud lutlueutlal cltiZ'U
and was a candidate for mayor of the
city one year.
When be tied Hamilton, Ohio, In IStio
Macksy went to Kaunas aud eutered St
Mary's seminary lu thut slate, where he
remained for six months. Wheubeleft
fiat Institution lis went to work for K
li. Nadeaiiit Son, Indian traders at Nu
des u, Kansas lis here went uuder th
name ot B. H . Kkiiaui, which was B 11
Mai'ke spelled backward. Nadeau is a
halt brte l Indian, and ha t ths greutest
coutldeiice In Maekey, making him hi
partner about six uiontlH beforu tl,e
alleged (Mubezxlemelit t(sik pises The
Indians are paid off by the g,Vi ruu.nt
every six mouths, and in the Intervening
time N ideau & Co. would trust them for
whatever they ueeded. W ben the govern
ment paid oft the Lidlaus In orders, the
Indiaus would go to Nadeau & Co., pay
their b' 11m with tl,ee orders and rrre'V
hatevtr char ge was coming to them.
Ths enstom was for Nadeau ft Co. to bor
row money on their notes from ths han't
at St. Mary tor the pnrpose of paying the
Indisns the rtnngeth-y htd coming and
t'lou psy back lh bsnkt as eoon as they
hat ths md rs ea .he.1 lu St. Joseph. In
Mty, IM7, M tckey borrowed about t
VK) from ths biik tor this pnrpise, glv
Ing the notM of K U. Nalean A 'o. f.
the a-n'Hiut. He returned to Nad mo,
paid t'S the Indians and Ihen Wdd
Nadeau he was going to 8t. Joseph, Wo,
to get ths order ci-liel. B fore leaving
he emptied the drawers of their cah cm
tents, and he never cams back. Nalean
wis r ul ,ie 1 by M.icky't action.
As the poitollW was loctt'd In th
store hs bapp ned tl g't away with
IH IJilof Uncle S.i'u'e in !iey. and hre 'r
w'le.e he made hit fi'il mlstaks. He
wai Indicted 01 tins clurga by th Unit;
grand 'iry last May, ao I Ills it
this Indlctm iit that he Is being broight
hvk to Kan -as now. The banks have no
cr1111l11.il ce again t hloi. and Ills
doubtful If the charga ot embfttl-ment
ean be make to stick, for ttis ret ion that
lie was a partner of Nadeau when ths ul
leed emb ixlement occnrre.1, and it Is a
settled principle of ItW that a mo can-
0 A enils tr, from his own partner.
Hlic-rtly after Mackey fled a reward of
IVWXI was offered by the banks for bis
arrest, In the expectation that the money
could be recovered from him. 1'ii.kerton
detectives were put to work on the case,
but fallnd utterly to capture Mackey. al
IhcUKO It Is said that ha aud Bis wits
paid a visit to Kansas last March aud
registered at the Union fact do hotel In
fope k a as Austin and lady, from the City
ot Mexico. The offer ot fo.OOO has been
withdrawn, but Attorney! Mitctner and
Dobba say tt at the banks have slue of
fered louo, which the chief of police ot
fopeka will probably bring down with
him when be arrives to night to get
Unck'v, and he will turn It ovtr to Mar
shal McMllltn, who will make an equi
table division of It with those who is
sisted him In making the capture.
Mrs. T. A. Bayer, the mother of Mrs.
Mackey, arttvrd In ths city 'H night
from Los Angeles, and Is stopping at the
Highland. She and her husbau l lived at
Nadeau when Mutksy was the but left
with Mrs. Mackey soon after bis flight.
It Is believed that there will he no dif
ficulty experienced lu taking Mackey to
Kansas for the reason that Judge Crnm-
packer yesterday onle ed him turned
over to the proper authorities from that
state. Mackey a'so stated to the court
that he Is now willing to return without
requisition papers aud that he elmply
ironght the habeas corpus proceedings
in order to make the otlliers in this city
-.how their hand, which thev veers able
1 0 do as a copy of the ludlctuie..t agalDet
Muckey reached the city from Topeka in
the flyer yesterday forenoon.
Mackey now seems very confident that
he will be acquitted and claims that he
never took a penny of I'ucle Barn's
Mackey'a three little children Lave
wou the sympathy ot all who have aetn
them aronnd the Highland hotel where
they are stopping. They ars remarkably
well behaved and are very bright for
Postoinoe Inspector Fulton will leave
with Mar key for Top. ka on the flyer this
afternoon. Slate authorities ot Kansas
will be here this evening with a lequUl
tlon, but nuder the rules of the postotlloe
department the Inspector Is nut allowed
to delay the transfer rt a prisoner.
We have agaiu purchased from Persh
ing X Co. all of their this season's re
turns aud misQts. Tney are the nicest
lot wo ever ha I aud would average M
to t i Per suit originally. We are qnot
ing them Ht Sit per suit and guarantee
ti-m the bigg st clothing bargain ever
ihon lu the city. Simon htkhn,
The Kailroud Avenue Clothier,
SllUATION AT HAVANA.
Riot3 May Occnr at Any Time in
tbe Cnban Capital.
Emperor William fives Up His Pro-
pjscd. Visit to Spain.
Alabama Democrats Want Oae of Tadr
ttumhtr For Co-jrealonsl Bat.
TiAcita or atarjouiRQni ispiaiicioou
Mesdsmes Jonet and Vutaw, who have
0 'copied the Talbttt adobe houses on
Ttilrd strset between Railroad aud tinld
avei.nee, will remove to the two story
brick bouse on north Second street, oppo
site the Trimble livery stables, as soon as
ooesible The place they will varate will
i occupied by Mrs. Helen Hawley. who
till restart her boarding bouse there.
Havana, Nov. 17. Th prompt renn.val
of 'be irreater number of the Order Tub
I'co leaders In the revolt last week, has
res tor. d quiet, temporarily at least. Still
ths feeling among the soldiers against
the government Is very bitter. Tney will
kill General Aro'ai at the first opportu
nity. Another outbreak Is entirely prob
able. Should one occur, the Cuban In
surgents nnder Menoral will march Into
the city to protect the Americans, who
are Indignant atthedoleyof American
occupation of the city with troops.
Fai.oror William Going Horns.
Berlin, Nov. 17. An official telegram
from ValetU, Island of Malta, says that
the emperor and empress ot Germany
sailed for Folate, the northern end ot the
Adriatic sea, from which point they will
trivel overland direct for home. The
rmperor decided npon this course be
cause the temperature ot the Mediterra
nean had become considerably colder
and dangerous to the health of the em
Montgomery, Ala , Nov. 17. The Ala
bama congressional delegation met here
and decided to put forward Itepresenta
tive John II. Baukhead for the democratic
leadt isl.ip of the next house.
Trantrorrod iv tbls City,
Washington, Nov. 17. J. W. Travis,
teacher at the K-ems Canyon, Arlxius,
ludlan school has been transferred to the
llbuquerque, N. M.. school, to be princi
Pvdro Poroa'a Vlolory.
Thx ClTIKN presents below the Cor
rected county majorities for Perea aud
Fergnsson, showing that Perea was
elected delegate by 2.2:10 votes.
MAKISlTISS rOM rSKSA.
I ona Ana t-ouoly
Uuaila utHf county
Mors county ...
Km Arnoa connty ,
San'a It county
S.n Miyuel county
MAIORITISS FOR riKUDSSON.
Colfsi county.... too
C'liavoi n.unty U71
Urtint c.tunty bt7
Lincoln county HO
San Juan county !"
hirers cuunty IT
Mliurlty lor I'erea.,
Wc will furuleh your house ou the in
ttallmeiit plan W hitney Co.
A fine Vose piano (square)
A gissl phaeton, horse and harness.
Three nice horses, harnesses uud bug
Magnificent nail sate, both burglar
and fire proof.
1 do a general commission, auction
aud abstract busiuess. Hud can suve yon
money. iropmea card or note and
will call. Inquire 11. b. kim.iit.
Send lu your orders for flowers foi
Tbolr Loaaloor Oalu
B inn anxious to qui t'ie ciistom t it
lorlug business, t'ie K. N. & F Co., of
Chicago, have aithorlxsl us to sell Kiel,
suits and overcoat 1 at what was formerly
our cost trice, this Is a chance ol s
lifetime. Cull and see t'ie line. Slmoi.
rt ern, the Kailroud avenue clothier.
No. 113 Kouth Flrat atreet.
OnrolJ-ct is your satisfaction. But
from us if you want the best for th
least money, w e have a Uue nssortuieiii
of lamHt, notion", toys, queens are,
granite waie, "servant girl pr.sjt" chlnu
ware In liidivldnal pieces, sets or com
plete complement. Be a friend to youi
ours. : waste if vnu Will, but ilou't spenc
money with jour eyes shut. Try in
duct aud you will coma again.
Old papers cheap at Thk Citi.kn ot
Vo.iinay Walk thes T -a ii Over but until you
visit Goo. (J. (.iiiiicloy at (Vs St coml
Street Shoo Store,
Von uiuy miss t':evluea tliu' you can liKPK.M)
UPON IN FALL FOOT WF. A II.
IA0IES' SHOES, all 1. a'hr and
t'lidh tops Pa'et t Leiitlier and Kid Tips.
New 1 ists and all lie v gissls this Full ut
Have always mi Id for :i.'m.
Mull Orders given careful attention.
WE CAN PLKASK iKl'.
CEO. G. GAINSLEY & CO
I.truct dlioo Draleri,
122 8. Second St
& vl5 & i!5 $ iU 0 0 $ U & U 0 0 & & & $ 0 ?5 0 $ 0 0 0 &
A Wirlwind of Reductions !
Every day a Bargain Day . We are g'ad tj aSnri a good thing with our customerg
and wi nt to cnll your particular attention to the good things thrt ve nre offering this week
Our store i chock fu'l of att activt neas. Everything that is new and np to da'.e we can
b'.ow you, aud at prices which will unlock your j Kkttbook. All g odt left over fro:n th
lire nt FIRE SALE PRICES, Don't be in the too late c'as.
OUR TRADE WINNER.
I.sdieV Corsets In black, white and drab, worth
loe. now 2oe.
Peautlfnl a s-rtment liress(i'ids,wortbnpto76.
Ladies' Ibeie In Muck, tans and fancy, Spain for.2ur.
Heavy Ullds'd Chll Iron's Hose, worth 25c. now 12e.
Fi urlois Satin Rlbbiin, worth from lBc to&Oc,
now .1c, tic, and 10 cts. a yaul.
I. idles' Linen Collars, slightly soiled, now 6c.
Lidis' Linen Cnffs, s'lg' tly st lled, now inc.
Men's Hipe In black ami c lors 8 pair for 2iic.
Men's II avv Camel's II lr Fleece lined Under
wear, now fx.
M 't.'s Suspended, worth up to 80c , now 10c.
Mi'liV Handkerchiefs, world up to 3oC. now 6c. and 10c.
Sax ny Yarn, fie Spanish Yarn, I0c, German
town Yarn, inc. Ice Wool, per box, 10c.
Ladles' Tailor Made Uowns, Newest Style cut.
Beautiful all wool goods, worth $15. Now..7.50
Ladles' Shirt Waists In Ootlng Flannel.
La-lies' Cloth, and Black Fancy Silk Wa'ste for lesa
mouey than you eta buy ths material,
8 e our Fine Plush ('apse, the Finest ever shown
la New Mexico.
A new line or Silk Skirts and S'lk Teltlcoats, just
All the late.t stvles lu Lailies' Neckwear, Don't fall to
have a look at them.
Ladles' Walking Huts In all the New Shape.
'Ot. ur Ladles' Jackets have arrived. If yon
are In nred of a Jacket, r til and sea tlie prettiest line
t.xw iu 1. ...... ......... H nu . , rr...u.i.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
Heavy Weight Kibbed 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 aud Blue Kersey, $10.00.
Boy's Overcoats and Blue Chinchilla Keefers $2.50 to $5.00.
Wo Huy iu Caso Lots and Can Discount
all Competitor's Prices.
E. L. WASH BURN & CO.
vi 4 4 4 f f 4 4 f y T ? ? T T ? 4 4 4 T T T T T T l t T T T T T T T T T T V T
All Patterns 10 and 15c
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jm n 1QW WjW B 1.1 WI m II B Tt? far as iviTra.
iQl Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M
XLallxtGcl 2E5tor3 lzx tlie Olty."
wait, osiiKaa wivicia tiastwria. ttctio.
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....November Space Making Sale is Now 0o,,
Our Cliristmaa Gooda are bciuuinp; to crowd ua (or room.
forelock and sell ooda ao low as to tempt
and justify our motto:
"Always the Pest Yaliies at the Lowest Pr'ces,"
TO HELP US MAKE BOOM...
mt nave a Large Mock: ot Ot-rUlJ atl-UINU
HAND WATQ1ES, costing' new from
$(0.00 to $30.00, all in perfect order and guaranteed
which we are closing out at from $3.00 to $10.00.
H. E. FOX, 1--
Leading Jewelry Houat of tlx Southwest. 5
We will elvs this HKKK ONLY a 10 per cent
reiliictlrii mi all Dres.-i (iiNsls, bilks, Trluiuiings,
Kt , IioiikM ol us
BLACK DRESS (J001KS...
Hi'iiis new arrivals lu this department.
Sh Inch liirured Mnliair )
Hi Inch KiihHhIi Cashmere V Cboiue, per yard 2'e
as lneli I'elilila Snitlni )
UH inch IlKiired llrllli intlnes. . . . )
HH-lnch Novelty ,)aciiisrds Choice, per yard. ..45o
IW inch Novelty Hiililnya )
44-Inch llgured rlrllllalitlnes. ) t.,,..!,., 75. ooodH
fiu-lnch Kreneh Here dm.ee ner rard Me
60 inch ( lay lJiair.oni.ls ) UMLt' ra -,M"
6J Ineli Novelty Krenoli Serge 7r,
All colors aud lilaek. i '
A full line of gold medal uoveltlee, In all the new
effaets for Tailor Made Hulls, Novelty Crepons,
only one pattern to a utile.
Our ir.'m patterns rrduced to I 8 00
Our 17 r0 patterns re.luee.1 to. 15 00
Our i'iO.ou patterns reduce! to 17 CO
WAISTS AND SKIRTS...
A new line of Hllk Waists, iu plain satin and
duchess and plaids; colors, green, red and new blue.
Made In newest style, only ft 60
Black Satin Ducheea VNal-t. ouly 0 60
Hllk I'etlliNiats, In all colors and black,
made of etianireahle and plain tatMaa
A full Hue of Kim, lu Nutria Rear, Coney,
Astravhau, Iniltatiou Mink, Krumer Angora,
Tlilliet and linitat.ou Kriulue.
1'pward from l&o per yard
..Only $6 60
Additional test will be given to the ThanksKtvlng
meal by huvlng your tabl eiiulpml wlthsoiusot
our simwy linen. (Hee window display aud note
We are irnin.r In Inlv lima lu it. f '4
a w l' J r-
e.orom'cal buyers i4
THANKSGIVING LINENS anted.)
64 Inch bleached Table I.lnen at 2"e
M Inch blea'hel Table l.inen at Hoc
72-lUch bleached Table Linen at 60o
I'utileachsd Table Linens, all widths and all
prices. We guarantiee to sell you the beat 7.1 Inch
6 Table Linen lu town for Cto.
Its) dozen to make a selection from.
Fringed Napkins, eli.red, per dma 2Se
Krluged Napkins, all white, per dozen fe
Kite-eight hizu Nupklus, all linen, per dox. up from 7 60
Three-uuarters s.n Kapklns, all linen, per dozen.
from i 00
Seven-eights stzi Napkins, all linen, per dozen, up
troiu 1 25
Hemmed euds lluck, 17x113 Inches, only 15o
Cringed euds Hnck, lxxilil Inches, only i7o
Hemstitched ends lluck, I!UM Inches, ouly 2oo
And the best Colored border Dauieek Towel,
open worked euds aud kiiott fringed 25e
TABLE LINEN SETS...
With napkins to match, lu plain white, colored
border and hemstitched, from l-Liii np, according
to size. "
.6 s- to ,1 (X)
The weeks ars slipping by. The demand Is great
for dainty new things that are to be converted
Into gifts by eklllful lingers. Come early for your
supply of these.
The new hofa 1'iliow Tops
Bumped Sofa Pillow Tops, with backs.
Htamped Linens of all kinds.
A uew stock ot Art hllks.
A uew Hue of Art Hilkolliies.
New designs in Art leulrt v
A full llus of Hllks, Carouatlun Cord, Krl :ko and
Finishing Cords of every description.
(See window )