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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 20. 1090.
FAILURE OF GILLK
Whereabouts of the Kansas City
Cattle Dealer Uokoowa.
Pilnce George of Greece Appointed
Commissioner of Island! of Crete.
Spanish feicc CommlMlontri Trylor to
StCuit Aod.flcailaa of Dcmo4t.
MAttACIOJETTI BADC 1018x0.
Ktnaa City, Nor. J5 The whre
about of (iranll(iiil(.u, the big h.ii
a I lly calile titvler. mlinee (allure na
BIIIH.IIIIO.J yrwtxrday, arei-ull un.uowu
I'rohahly tariity live Kn-n-t i n iv
ft ick coin ai l i id limn are aii'loreer of
0 llu'ftpptr,whlcri In null tobrv-a(tretl
Inroiigh Ilia bank from Denver to .New
Yurk. All the local Urm d'laie ttuil
trie paper they I o:l la amply nei-uri-d. of
Cattle lu feed low, orrr I'l.'KV k-nrl were
purehaaed from a llwuver Urm, Daka A.
heeler, to wtmui Mlllett la ai.l to have
given a inortgage (or ajfc.inio, The
cattle are three year old etwr. Cattle
men aeaort that a low eat I mat of their
value la $:) a head, or about $ HI a head
more than the lut'ireat In the rattle held
by the Oeuver Urm. Another lot of cat
tle t about 8.&0J head which Glllett and
ainthr dealer own in Oklahoma, lhee
areae'dto he nirtgtgd for ai2o,uoo,
and worth a third more,
A remarkable thing aboiit (Jlllett'
method of doing buelnem was that he
kept no t onk. and took no one Into hi
coiiiMence. All the detail or lilt enor
miiua dealt were carried to hi head.
Glllett la deecrlbed at a camletm Ouan
oler. Thoee who knew him beet aay that
eheer lurk carried hi in through many of
hit heaviest dealt. Many local atockinen
derlare that he would not run away even
when he knew hla debt would wipe out
Ma herd and ranch, becanee he be
Have lurk will alway attend him
Nevertheie, there ww talk to day that
lie had mortgaged hla cuttle and left to
The deal that forced GIMett to the wall
waa a $1.6.1X10 loan held by a Karma
City live atrk firm The money wa ad
tinned on tl.ioj head of feeduig cattle la
Oklahoma, and the mortgage fell due laat
week. The Kama City tlriu declined to
xitnt the loan. Glllett tried hard to get
the money, but for the Brut t me In hla
career waa uuable to get t ar k lug. Clone
npon the heela of that came a deal that
he had made with Vail and Gate. Art
tma rattle magnate. Glllett hat paid
1 10,000 aa earneat money on 4,om head
of rattle In the Panhandle of Teiaa,
which Vail and Gate owned on the
tamou "J. A." ranrh. Theee rattle
were worth $120,000. Glllett waa unalile
It ralae the money to take them. Aa
xinaaltwaa learned here that Glllett
wat being preened by one or two credit
or, other aeut their representative to
ma rancn to protect their loan. Mean
while the plunger took hi leave. Kwt
ern holder of Glllett' paper, which had
tiaaaed through th band of Kana City
nrina, began teiegraphintr, and to day a
few Kanaaa City houaea are trying to veil
live itork paper.
Good Jon for a Prlnoa.
Athen. Not. ID The minister of
Great Britain, Kraiine. Kuaela and Italy
today formally announced to King
George the appointment of hi eon,
I'rtnce George, to be high coiumloHlouer
of the power In Crete.
Ol.JecU to Hrlee George.
Conatantinople, Nor. 2i The tultan
telegraphed to the riar entreating him
t abandon hla Intention of eendlng
I'rlnre George of Grewce to Crete aa the
high eouimiiMlouer of the power
Tha ianl.n Mltaatlun Dlwuuwl aud aa
aiteualon of Tllua Kfu.il.
Washington, Nov. 20. Regarding the
cabinet me- ling held late laxt evening,
It la mid that lu an informal way au ef
fort waa made to ?cir niodillflatlone-of
the term of the ultimatum and lurl
dentally an eiteUHlon of the time limit
tieyond neit Mouday. Aa to the charac
ter or eilent of the conceeHloii eought
tif the Hpaulard. olllclala are extremely
cloee, but a declalnn waa reached to day
that they could not be granted. It la re
garded probable that a llnal reply to the
ultimatum will not bo aubmltted to our
rotunilselonera before oeit Monday.
Want tua Bala Archipelago.
London, Not. 2tl. Hpeclal from Mad
rid ay that enor Montero Rlra, preel
dvnt of the RpHnixb peace counulHalon,
ha Informed hla government that the
Americana demand the eeaaion of the
811I11 archipelago. Kurther advloea from
Madr d aay that the Hpauiab cabinet haa
decided to Instruct I la commlHatonera,
after tha peace treaty la signer, to treat
for a ravlalon of the treallr existing be
fore the war.
Went Oitlclal Correapondeaca.
Berlin. Nov. 2D The In I ted States em
bassy hat received a fyX) word cipher du-
fatrh from Judge Day, preeldeut of the
lilted htatea eaoe rommlaHlou, Parla,
aeklng fur conddentlal corrnepondence
of the Crilted Male ambaaaador here,
Andrew U Vt bite, laat summer, at being
of Tltal Importanre. The correripond
eiiCA waa Immediately forwarded to
tpaoUh orntiUla Koalgo.
Havana, Not. 2rt Marahal Blanco, the
retiring captain general of Cuba, will
deliver the Couimaud to Geueral Caatil
lano, hi eucceaaor, to day. The civil
governor of Hanta Clara and Matanzta
aud tli mayor of Havana have resigned.
New fork, Nov. !iV Money on rail,
firmer at 3'J' per cent. 1'rlma ner
eanllle paper, aaV per rent.
Tba Taroaa a HopleM Wrcrk.
taaehiugton. Not. 2i Conatruetor
Iloliaon arrived In H axhlgton to day
from Norfolk aud delivered to the navy
dwpartmeut the reMrt of Captain Mc
Calla upon the conditnm of the Tereaa,
whlrb Biakea the wierk apiiear hopelee
Thla atatamnt wa atrnnglv re Inforred
by Conatruetor Uobaon'a verbal report.
captain rari;itii renrnl nl dnllea a
captain of the Norfolk navy yard. Con-
atrnrt ir Hob on goe t- Annapoli to
a up reuinnption or ni ronraela oaval
Thoojht It W ChlaM l'lan.
8an rranrlar.i. Not. 2H. A few dava
ago a Ciiineee died o( a dmeaae which waa
aid to reaemh'e the bulmnio plague.
1 he matter waa reported to the board of
heilth and ( hlnatown la being eearrhed
fer further raae. fi i far none haa Inwn
found. At the h 'Blth office thi morning
It waa elated thai the auapicloua cane
mrna oui to nepriruia. An au'opey
waa neia on me Dmiy or tne fleail tlhlnean.
and lir. Ppenrer, olliclal barterbdcgl!
for the bord. etated to the Aorlatrd
rrea inai mere were positively Do
trace of the drealed plague.
ran if tha ahlpwrrrk.
Indon, Nov. 2V The board of trade
liqiilry Intu the lw of the Atlantic
tranpnrt rompunv'a etam-r Mohean,
wrecReii on trie i.tiard, ti -t. 14 concluded
today. The Jiidgment of the hoard'
Comniiaalon waa that th a' ip wa In
good condition and " aptalii Griffith In
g'iod health, the etrandlng being caiweil
itj a wrong conre being eteered after
l'i Mohegan paaed K'ldyetone light.
T')coninilloii expre-eea aln.lratlon at
t ieefTorU made to aave thon board
Mhlp rrnm Maulla.
Rnn Franrlnco, Nov. 2l. The trana
port Ctty of Para, arrivft till morning,
thirty one daya from Manila Tla Naga
aki. Among the paenger were evan
ollloera and forty-four private.
Rolibad tha H ,k.
Walpole, Mane., Not. 2U. The vault of
thewrenlham National bank, at Vrn
llmm, wa blow open by burglar thi
morning. Alvont ti.Cm in caah and
note valued at $i,Kuo I aliening.
A MKRaATIOH IrL 1KD.
Cans Did Mot M order th JapaaoM
Womaa la Thla City.
Beveral article have appeared recently
In the New Mexican connecting Kequl
Cauo, a Kauta Kb murderer, with the
crime of murdering the Jupaunee woman
In till city eeveral y-ar ago, and (or
which murder K. C. Trout, the woman'
friend. In now tervlng a life sentence In
the territorial penitentiary.
When the horrible crime wa com
mitted Tun Cm.K.y, after a moat search
ing Investigation, believed with the olli
era then that the actual murderer waa
Trout, and when hla trial came on at the
following term of tha district court and
a verdict of gulltv reached, thoee who
had heard the evidence were nulveraal to
their approval of the action of tha iurv
and the preeidlng Judge.
Beveral weeka before tha Jananeae
woman waa murdered aerie of petty
robberlm had occurred, and Kred. Kor
nuff, who wa then marshal, final ly
lannea tano a tne author or tneae rob
berle. When tha woman wat murdered
fano wa In the county jail waiting for
trial, ana me record or tne criminal de
partment of the court house bear out
Cano Is a very bad Individual about
a dangerous a man aa one would cars to
meet, out mere is no evidence
whatever to convict him of murder
ing the Japaneeo woman In this elty.
1 ft Arm Brokaa.
This morning, the Karr'a meat market
appeared on the etreet with a new dellv
ery wagon, with Jimmy 1'o-grov a
driver. However, Jimmy I now laid op
for repair. He wa delivering order ou
outh Broadway, at about V o'clock thin
morning, and In getting off the wagon
rail to the ground, attempting to check
the fall with hi left hand. He was
picket np and taken to the railway hos
pital near by, where lr. Klder discovered
that the arm Juat above the wrist waa
broken, temporary relief waa afforded
the voting man while at the hospital,
after which he wa sent to the home of
his parents, No. 413 north First street,
and Dr. Wroth, the family physician,
summoned. Word reached Th Citi.kn
otllce thi afternoon that Jimmy is rent
ing easy, hut that the break will prevent
him from r-entnlhg his dutlea as an at
tache of Karr'a meat market for several
AtCTKIN KALI POSTPONED.
Owing to the disagreeable weather the
big auction sale of household furniture,
advertised to take place ou weat Kail
road avenue this morning, was postponed
till MoNDAT MoHSIMi, NOV. 2. AT 10
o cuxa. The goods are In hue condi
tlon, and a general Invitation laeitended
to housekeeper to attend this sale.
U H. Knk.ut,
Ceremony of Christening tb
Wisconsin at San Francisco.
President McKlolty Favors a Cable
to the Hawaiian Islands.
New tun atartad.
tirnnsfeid Kros. have oommencel an
attachment suit against Bam T. Toner
and John r. Toner on two notes for
tYX) W each.
hrancinco Armtio y Otero haa started
suit against Andrea de Sandoval et al
for (2.6UO ou a note.
HBCKEK'a CAIU ITOKR.
Best Colorado tlimr 11.20
Hugar, 18 pounds for 1.0(1
Coflee, 10 packages l.oo
8 bars while K. soap 2S
packages Hootch oats 2.i
8 rana sugar crn 25
UtiHlirooiiis, per can 20
Im Crucea tomatoes, per can 10
nil a men ne o
W e have a complete line of the finest
teas and coffeea obtainable aud our price
aery competition I ry us.
Ubtkkh, the Cash Grocer
Reserved seats on sale for the
Louise Brehany Opera and Ballad
Concert company Tuesday. No
vember 29, at 9 o'clock a. m. at
"Htwley's on the Corner."
Another big hot lunch at Mclini
Cc takan s Saturday night.
As a pointer to strangers In the city It
may not be out of place to state that the
elgrr Cafe keepi the ttneat line of
liguors and cigars kept by auy eetabllnh
meut In the southwest.
The Alhuijueriiu Foundry and Ma
chine shops received several Carloads of
pig Iron from Pueblo, Colo., last night
and work l-i being rushed at the fouuilry
Hawaii lobe Glvn Farm of Govtrnmea
Similar to Mew Mexico.
CORDIIIOR or TBI MfttTAKT CAMPS.
Han Kraticlw, Not. 3 The battle
hip W imvnma wnnnnccoasiullv launch'
thi morning. M hen th big vmel slid
iluwij ins wy, the warnlitp In th har
hor llre.t alut- and there waa a terrtuV
Jin of steam whl-tlea. The controversy
ov r in kiim or wine to tie ued tn Chris
enlng was settled by the use of two hot
ties of champagne, one of French make,
proviile ny tun Wisconsin chrlntenln
commttUe. and another of California
champagne, provided by the Union Iron
Mine Lucille Gage, daughter of the
governor elect or the elate, removed by
means of a guillotine and electric button
the last blfs k.
Mis Klitabeth Stephenson broke the
two bottles of cuauiotgne noon the bo
of the Tassel.
CAULK TO HAWAII.
FOR A THANKSGIVING OFFERING
WE OKI Kit or
Triple Plate Knives, the very best
" " Korks to match
" " Tea Hpoous
KOGKKS' SDI.IO hlLVHR .VU'K'U
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Lcaiing UwtUt, RAILROAD AVENUE. AIboqurqu. N. M
mdquartcn for DIAMONDS, WATCHES, Etc.
bent by mail or vitrei on receipt or piua
The PrMlriant. It I aala, Wilt Raeoin
moad It la HI Mmu,
New York. Not. 2rt A SDeclal to the
neraiQ rrom tne vtahlugton Herald
oorreepondent saya that he I Informed
ny au ouicial close to th president
inai iu nn annual message trie president
will suggest the advisability of cable
connection between Han Francisco and
Honolulu. The Bennett-Hawaiian cable
bill now pending before the house com
nil l tee on Inlemtate commerce Is looked
UKn with favor, and tha probabilities
are that It will be passed. The Bennett
measure 'provide that the government
guarantee tne bond of the company In
oouaiueraiinu or rree transmission of
government uieesagea over the Hue for
Philadelphia. Nov. 2iV.-lr. Mark II
Lincoln, a well known physician of this
city, commuted tulolde to day by lnhal
ing illuminating gaa.
TERRITORY Or HAWAII.
Il Will Ba Olvsa a Oovaramaat om-
what lra liar to Mow Mozlao.
Chicago, Not. 3d. Special to the
Tribune from Washington aaya: Senator
Culloiu la preparing a report of the
Hawaiian commission. The report will
provide tor a senate of fifteen member.
and a house of double that number,
The member of the house will be elected
by the Toter on the base of educational
test alone, and the member of the sen
ate by the voter possessing both educa
tional and other proper qualification.
The tariff law of the United 8 la tea will be
eitended to the Islands without alteration
The Immigration, labor and general
election laws of th United Hla lee will
be specifically eitended to the Island,
These will keep out further inroad of
coolie. The Islands will be given e dele
irate to the bouse of representative who
will have the same privileges a the rep
resentative of Annua, New Mexico
and Oklahoma, Th governor and
higher territorial oflicer will be ap
poiuiea oy me president.
Pueblo, Not. 20. Jams H. Ueechem
a prominent attorney of tills city, au
year old, fell from a train on the Den
ver At liio Grande railroad near Hwallows
to-day, when attempting to pass from
one car to another. Hi neck was broken
and he died in a few minutes.
OuitdUloa ol tha Caujp.
New York, Nov. 2d. The war Inveetl
gating commission to day asked Hr. M,
K Terry, surgeon geueral of the National
Guards of New York, to tell what he
knew about the various camos ha Ttstted
l'r. Terry said that the Camp Alger site
waa gooa ana everything appeared to be
in proper condition. Ihe water was
clear but had a bad odor. He found the
camp of the hlghth New York regiment
al ihickauiauga in a very unaaultarv
condition. The camps of the Ninth aud
lweifin iew iork were lu good con
Ur. Terry said that the Sternberg ho
pital at Camp Thomas, under charge of
surgeou-Major iloti. was in eiceilent
condition and the best of order prevailed
The alck were given every attention. In
Huutsvllle, Ala., Ur. Terry aald the olll
eers and men appeared to be lu excellent
KfTurt to Ha Mad to Check tha IrTlae-
Uu Ooiupaala of Colorado.
Denver, Nov 2d. Tha Time aay that
Ihe people of New Mexico, especially the
farmers, are euragsd over what they
Claim is robbery on tne part of Lolo
rado of the water righto of New Mexico.
Ihey have appointed a com m It tee to look
into the affair and a representative of
tins com nil ties, f. k. llarroun. Is now lu
Colorado getting data fur a fight. The
engineer called upou Heputy blate Ku
giueer fellows and eecured a report of
all water commissioner lu the southern
part of the state. If necefNtry, they in
tend to take the case luto the courts of
the United Htate. The light Is being
made on account of the water of the Itio
Washington, Nov. 2d. The postmaster-
general has appointed W. K. Cochran,
s.stiiillcri lustMcior, In charge at th
Miver, to be chief inspector al the poHt
(illlce department. He succeeds George
H. Hauiuiltt, who Is assigned to service
in the field.
Kiankfort, Mich., Nov. ad. fa a heavy
snow storm the steamer Hi. Lawrence,
loadad with corn from Chicago, went
ashore a uula south of Point Betsey, in
tuning on ins crew one man was
drowned. The steamer la hard aground
and lu a bal condition. The steamer
was Insure 1 fur f .i ,ii aud the cargo for
Illllll.ll rit ItHlMMt.
London, Nov. 2'1 According to a dis
patch from bhaughai to the News Ageno
the British admiral has hoisted the i nlon
Jack over Ting Hal, the capital of tin-
Island of I hiisuii, and over several other
islands of the archipelago.
Working ou Ihe Hill..
Waehlngton, Nov. t K. nreseiilative
Cannon, of Illinois, chairman of the
aiiro rlatlons ciiiiuiHlce of the limine
has arrived. Today Ihe sub cmiunltUe
ou deficiencies will begin cousldi-ratlou
of Ihe estimates for the extraordinary
expenses of the army aud navy, growiug
out of tha wr with Rpaln and In th
preparation of a bill covering the de
fi"lerirles. Cannon will push Hie regular
appropriation bill a rapidly a possible,
but area no reason now why any should
fall tn I thus necessitate an ixtra tee
tlon. Waa a BialiMM department.
Chicago, Nov. 2)1. The National Bust
nesa League to flay sent President Me
Kinley a long letter urging th estab
lishment of a department of commerce
aud Industries which would make In
vesllffutiou and retkirt before laaiMlti.m
on any eontenmiated rhanira In in tariff
sciieoui la oiaue.
Waehlnuton. No. 2ft Praal.litut Me
Kin ley had au extended couferenra with
i resilient igiesias, or i.oaie Kir to-i ay
Kollowlug this conference Presldei t Ig
leslaa hadaloug talk with rWcretary Hay
MoldlerV Me-eorlal Iy.
ratli-r Mande arl haa received a mm
tlKinlcalion from tha nutlonel
tient rommlttee ankiug bim. on Sun lay,
iwoioer a, to pay to th memory
tt e soldiers, who died in their conn
I t defense, the pub i tribute which la
Cielr due and to devuta tha church nlT..r
rltr Of tflSt dsV In a.M enine elnnMe In
th shaft which I to make their rurmorv
lasi In if
1 en on her 4 will be soldiers' memorial
ay In ail tha Catholic Churches of the
country and Fther MandeUrl I uow
aking arraiigemente to have it rvln
ated III this city In the beet Drlble
manner. 1 here will be a Meei-1 addretw
leiiTprni at in rnurcn or tna immun
late Conception on the morning of that
nit on etre. noiiiics le riner np.n.ri ,.n
B elaborate nrnoram of mniln for that
TWO DISOKDKHLT RATON ITBS.
They right Raeh Other and Terrerlae
laeenaera a Train.
Among th people of Raton, who took
MNiirn onii u iriniiian i-nin nn
ThankSBlllff Illirht Ware kleaara H.r
Inger and Stewart, saloon keeper of that
Yesterday they were returning home
I the entith. hound Vn 17
ana unn were hilariously drunk, beut ou
lighting each other aud terrortxlng the
paeaeiiKiira, among whom were a number
Conductor JlM KLdllsr annealad tn th
men to be aulet and eraae nalnir blue
phemy. He also called attention to a
pane or glass in one of the windows,
which they hsd broken In their tight, and
lemauded that It ba nald fur. 1 he an
peeta of the conductor Caused the men to
oenonie more neeperats, and they refused
to be Qillet. Vlnallv ('oniloeij.r llli-l.l.
pulled the bell cord to stop the train for
ne purpose or putting on the ruillan.
ino aa tne train did not ton onlrk
lUOIIffh to 111 It blm tha rlnndnetor eanl
to tne door aod while on the platform sig
nalling the engineer, rJeringer aneaked
up uviuuu mm ana aeau mm eeveral
vere uiow in in (ace with hi Qit. Tne
train then came to a halt and the two
rnftWii were nut off but aauteiad h.
fi lends, they were pulled back on th
train as It commenced ti mnve
Just as Herlnger, who had previously as
saulted the Aondiietor. mail a mntlnn m
get back on the train Klchley kicked blm
wen uirenuHi oiow 111 tne motllD With
hit foot, knocklnir out avar tooth in hla
mouth txoept one.
in order to prevent any farther
scene, and aa the passenger, more
especially the ladles, were ter
ror slrlcken bv tha action nr the .
riifllsns, they were allowed to remain on
The affair orenrrad In Pnlorailn hut
when the train reached l.vnn aiatlnn
Stewart telegraphed a deputy sherill at
naton to arrest tticniey. ihe warrant
wa read to tha conductor arhan ihi..in
reached Raton and klchle le there ti.u
afternoon to answer the charges preferred
against mm ny riennger and Hlewart
It 1 Understood b nsnenno-ere a7hn
came In from the north lust night and
who witnessed the disgraceful affair,
that Conductor Rlchley wa In the right
In everv nartlmilar. ft nil nria. nanlluniun
stated that If he had a gun he would
have been instilled In ahnntino- iimm .
Hal. 8. Bnvdnr. a newunaner men tmtn
Decatur. Ill . la lu tha elt and win
spend the winter here for his health. He
Is an old aruiialutanra nf J aAfih ftatill.
ling, the foreman at tha Hanta Vm Papule
Whitney Comnan raralved two eer
loads of elegant furniture for the holl-
laa. The ffisxls Will lia nnlnejled U,.fi.
dar morn In n. and will ha nil w Id hi t litrt
at thla popular company' store In a few
A letter from Mslvllla flnnimar at
AlliailV. Ga.. sava that the niamhan .f
the Kirst territorial regimeut are on the
tip toe nf expectation over th prospect
of a speedy deprture for Cuba.
Otllckel Sc. Ilolhe attend a enrlal
luvitatinn to everyone to spend the even
ing at the ZelgerCafe tonight They
will be prepared to provide (or all the
wants or the inner man.
The Young Ladles' anniet nf tba
Church of tha Immaculate Concent Ion
Will meet at Mt Mar'a anhool l.ni 1,1 1
at t O'clock to morrow nfLrnnnn for the
election of otllcer.
Acceptance of American Demand
Not Yet Received in Paris.
Broken Philadelphia Rank- paTt It
Depositors In FdIL
Amerkao Marlott Landed at a Port la
China to f re terra Order.
WIIIIT BAIC ITATIMKIT.
Paris, Not. 2 - Though the aiinonnce-
Dlent Was Drinted hern tn daw that In.
ilrtir'ion to the Hpanleh peace commis
sioner were leiegraphnl last night Irom
Msdrld, Senor tijeds, secretary of the
spanlen Commission, declared thi after
noou that such Instructions had not been
Hlgr.lficant of treat v nrnhalillltlea la
III (nt'l that no nrntent. aneh aa wee ee.
peclrsl, should 8pln refuse Ihe American
nir. na yet oen rormulated, Kegard
mg the discussion nf the so-called open
usir iu et in tn I'lllllrmlnee the Amar.
loan peace coninilsslonersnnderstand that
It d'ee not mean free traita nnr n ln
duties, but that the Philippines, whatever
the tariff rates, shall be open to all trade
uu tsjiiai term.
Paid tha Depositor.
Philadelphia. Not 2d Thna. W. Rnr
lOW. receiver nf tha I'annlee' hank noti
fied th depositor that th remaining 10
per ovnt. one tnem win tie paid on and
after December o. I mm. The People
bank Closed on March S.". laat after I'aeh.
ler John .. Hopkin committed snlclds.
on iiaoiiiuee were about ll.oOO.iu). and
tha asset lea than a million. President
Mcvanea Dledo-ed h msnlf to nav tha da
poaltort dollar tor dollar.
New York. Not. M. Week l hank
iairniriii: nnrniiia reaerv inrraeeeit
l,ll'l.2iH), loan decreased. l:2.!U5.4iHi
specie decreased, iS72,l(il): legal tender
llCreaaed. ai.BillUIKI: l,uwielU laeree.e.l
S.7(I.S.IkK: Circulation lin.reeaa.1 1MI .'
NUI. Hanks hold IH aQ7.r70 In aicnsa of
TtaMima-uin. Nnr th A dUneiM.
reerived at the navy department to-day
Statin a that tha rental n nf the Un.in
V - - v. , snm.ru
had landed a marine guard at Tien Ttln,
It See mi that th niarlnee nrare anAA
not Decauae ol any Information of riot
ing or attack upon American mission
aries. Lot olly to act at guard for the
I'uitnu Biauoj legation at reklo. The
minister represented that nearly; all the
legation at th Kuropean power were
orovWed with marina a-nanla end ha rfi.i
not care to be exceptional. Advice that
reecn tne ttate department do not Indi
cate an immediate outbreak In China.
but the reactlonarv nolle nf the tmnna
dowager ba caused an uneasy feeling
auu way a nor a one or more or Ihe Kuro
pean power a pretext tor making a conp
with results aMsntlno- tba I nteraeta it the
No. 118 South FIrat atraat.
W hope that you have many things to
- uiauaiui iur tnean
a, .l. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
& THE PHOENIX1I
giving day, and that
inese it the (act
not the least or
that nn have a ITalr
store In Albuquerque where you can sup-
vj junt urssis ami cumiorie in cuoice,
new, reliable good al eastern nrlrs.
We could fill a page ad. with Induce-
mento In ehlua. glassware, tov. tools.
notion, lamp, pictures, tin, granite and
wire goods, etc Bpeud a few minute
With II. we Will niaka It nleaaant aa avail
aa profitable for you.
Evervone that caII it murintl
a nice time, with a hot lurch thrown
in, at Melini 6c tak.in'i this Satur
A free COLni-rt will be held at the Or.
chestrlon hall to-morrow (-ttiuiHy) after
noon, auu everybody is invited to attend.
Last Tnerdav was the festival of the
natronesa of HI. Cecllla'a choir and the
children composing th choir were given
uieir aunuai treat at Hi. alary- schisil
building In tha afternoon. Ou Friday
the bov of the Hanctnarv soclelv en
joyed themselve at a delightful spread
served at the same place.
There will he remitum nines nt ft nVlock
next Tuesday morning at the Church f
the Immaculate Conception for the re
pose of the soul of Mrs. William Koy,
who was a member of the Altar ocletv.
All member of the socletv will be In at-
Mlas Mah Aire Maaaano-ar tha eklllriil
harulst. eznerta tn teava tha eltv nn Unn.
day uext on a tour through Arlinna Hhe
will give concerts In Prencott. Phoenix,
Ttirsou and Kl Paao before returning to
1 1 KPKKSKNTKI) as being A-I are
of.ell hollow ahailia PMrhuitj tha
dealer who sold Ihelit ill.l n.,t kn..ui lii.ui
fo'r tliey were, but he should lme been
IHisieo. n e I now what all our ehoes are
uiaileof and how mate, mil know th y
will satisfy the most particular buyer.
Our Hegent $3.50
Line for Men
Cannot be duplicate 1 In Albunni mile.
for k-tlmn $4.00.
We (-au pleue Vou.
CEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO, ,ZZXrtu
mail, on i Rim uivk l AKicrri, attkrtiu
PASSING ALL RECORDS!
WE S'fVLL enleavor
OF GLOIiY 11AT1IEU THAN' 1'KOFITS.
t ) m:tke this week one Ion i tn hi rcmpmhrmt hv tK trotin
... .... . - 3 -- b
punii . o our new nni up-to-date atock bought for the new store will be put in
hit sale a riilic ously low pricea. All gomli left over fron 'he Fire will be marked
cheaper th.-m tver before; you know what that mean; a while bt of goods f jr a litile bit of
A BIT OF ECONOMY.
Men' Socks, 8 pairs for j-,e
Ladies' nsi, 6 pair f r 25c.
Children' Heavy Kil.be 1 25c. Hose ..'le.
Itst week of Corset Sals, reg. 75c. Corset, black
or white 25c,
Colore! Rutin KIMinn, worth 10c. to 8oc.','now
,"' e, 7!et0e.
Men t Finn Suspender in.
Ladleayl'nlon Suits "P I'm rjoe
Children' I'nloii SulU, tip from J5cl
YARNS. Saxony. Be.: Spanish. 1V.i German
town, inc.; Ice W ool, loc. a box.
Men's Heavy Ribbed Fleece Llnrd Underwear.
tlll wrek 'ii0e.
Bee Bargain Table of Trimmings, a'l kinds of
s Passroent irles.
Special Bala of Ladiea' W alking Hats, Chtldren'a
lap aud TamO SUiter.
Dress Goods Bargains.
One lot of np trdnte I)rea Gooils, worth np to
Toe. yard, on B trgaln Table at 2Jc.
48-lnch all W ool Stripe Boucle Cloth, worth fsV.
this week 85c
M-lnrh Assabst Cloth, all shad, worth 75c. the
world oyer, now only CCc.
44-tnch Covert Cloth, the Finest, alt the new
Corduroy, beautiful quality, worth tlMyard. thla
week 70e. y
Bee our Ladies' Ctpea aud Jackets, styles and
prices ail 0 K.
New Line of Children's Jackets, just resolved.
Large Assortment of Ladles' Walstfl, In Outing
Flannel, Cloths. Brllliantln ant Silk.
Price wy down.
All the latnst Novelties la Ladles' Neckwear.
BPKriAL PRICKS nn ' Comforter. Blanket.
Qalltt, Table Linen. Napkins, Towel and Crash.
B. ILFELD & CO.. Pronrietors.
MEN'S AND BOYS'
and Box Coats
J...A..1-.I.I..1-.I I.. I A l..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A.e.
All ahadea and weih', b jught for cash and will be fold at 1 2 5 POT COIlt ICS
than all competition can aell them.
From $2.00 to $26.00.
E. L. WASH BURN & CO
Agent for E"9 d Rfl inea rn. aw m - rTt
u as Eoi iiflyflyHEU n daT u
" 'aaa yyrtf'ilr'i fWl ftAft-A-rt AH fl
"a f V f fill
i lui uiass
1 V IC (. -V r-. f t .-irtr pr.ftnm r
WJ - nave a i-rgc otocK 01 UWW dCKAJMU
V V HAND WATCHES, coHlne new from
$10.00 to $30.00, all in perfect order and guaranteed,
which we are dosing' out at from $3.00 to $10.00.
H. E. FOX,
Chief Witch Intptctor,
Ladir( Jwclry Houat of th Southwest
All Pattern 10 and 15c
204 Eailroad Avenue, Albuquerane. fi. M.
Boat JLmlfxlxtoCL Store -n -t-Vaarw.
....November Space Making Sale is flow On....
Our Chriatnm (jxidi are heginuing to crowd ui for room. We are going to take time bv the
fortlock and aell gooda ao low as to tempt economical buyers
and justify our motto:
"Always ihi Pest Yalnes at the Lowest Prices."
TO HELP US MAKE K003I...
We will give thi WKKK oLT a
rluclloii ou all llre-m Uuoda. bllka,
Kto., bought of ua.
10 per cent
U black imm GOODS...
himifi haw nrrivM.a In till. Hanu r
3H Inch ilnured Mnhttir )
liH-lmh Kiiitllnh Ch autre Choice, pr yard.
oiMiiuii rruuia nijiiiiigri 1
,1 ax lnrh IlKiirml Hrlllianllnw.. ... 1
HM.Illih NltVatltff JnVi.! IturilJ
KR-ular 7Jo (roods,
choice, per yard . , . .C5a
Ml IW Inch Nnvallr Hnlil.ioa
--. - '
41 lui-h fttfurrxl Brilllaiitluae
f.o Inch Kraui-h barife
f.U inch Clar lllaffnfiala
tl ln..l, K..uul. U.......U u'l,' .
tU 41,F.I-.. riFIIUU .IK. f nr
All ril.ra and black. 768
A full line of (fold niailal novaltlaa. In all the new
effacta fur Tailor Made Bulta, Novelty Creuone.
only one pattern to a stria.
Our tl U.( pattKrn reduced ta 8 00
Our 17 to pattern reduced to. 15 00
Our jiO.uO patteru reducml to 17 60
WAISTS AND SKIRTS...
A new line of Hllk WalnU, In plain aatln and
ducheri and plalda; color, greeu, red and new blue.
Made In imwnt Ntyle, only , ( 50
Hlai'k Hatlu iMichwt Walat, only 8 60
Hllk fHltliMiaU, in all colors aud black, ( n .
niade of chaiiifxable and plain tanVtaa un'T e" W
A full Hue of Hun, In Nutria Rear, Coney,
Axtrauhau, Imitation Mink. Krutuer Angora.
Thlliet ami Imitation Krmlue.
Upward from ioe j, ,Mll
U THANKSGIVIXG LINENS...
aniiiiuinai 1 hi win ue given 10 ihe Thankagivlng
roxal by having your table equipped wituaoiueot
our aiiuwy linen. (See wluJow dlnnlay and note
THANKSGIVING LINENS (Ccntinned.l
M Inch bleached Table Linen at or.
M luch bleached Table Linen at..
72-luch bleached Table Llnnu at jyl
L'ubleacued Table Llueu. all wl'diha'aiid all
price. W gutrautee to loll yon (he beat 7e-i.eh
Bob Table Linen tn town for Boo.
100 doxnn to make a selection from,
Krlngad Napkin, colored, per doxxn.
Fringed isapklua, all white, per dozen.
Kive-e itfiit a c Sanki... mii ii.... '
AflVJin.ailiphtAi alA (L'.f.irl..e. .11 11 ! ''' W
IVouT l,UPUi vr aotuDa op
Hemmed end Huck, 17x33 lnchee, only
Krluged eud Uuck, 1Hi;ui Inchr. only.
Heuwtllcheil eud Uuck. lUxM luchee, only.'.".'
Aud the beet colored border Uemaek Towel
open worked eud aud knoll fringed .
flUDri.l 1 1Jll c imiiii
AiiiiUEi uiiS&X HUilH...
With napkin, to match, In plain white, eolored
border aud heuiHtUehed, from i50 np, according
The week are allpplng by. The demand la great
for dainty uew thing that are to be converted
Into gifu by HklUf ul flngera. Come early for your
aunu v of theaa. ' .v...
Tha new rufa I'll low Tone .
Stamped Hofa Pillow Top, with bik.7.7.fjOo to 1 00
Biampeu i.iuen or all kluda.
A new atock of Art Hiik.
A new Hue of Art Hilkolinea.
New dtMigu In Art ltoulina.
A full Hue of Hllka. Carouatlon Cord. Krlng and
rluUhlUa- Clirita lit ever. iluK,lnil,.n
.a .. ... r- '
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