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THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1905.
FACE tlX. '
COUNTERPANES Extra large,
white, Crochet Bed Spreads; Mar
seille pattern; firm weave; or
dinarily sold at $2.50. a Special,
BEDSPREADS Large size, white
8preodt; tome fringed; other
hemmed; pretty patterns; regu
larly sold at $1.50. y. .
"The Recollection of Quality Remains Long After the Price Is Forgotten."
SeGond Week of the Great Linen Sale
With Special Offerings In Sheets, Sheet'
lngst Pillowcases and Bedspreads . . . .
A I .nUQITFKQTTF, EVKNING CITIZEN.
rit. fs.ixQO inch 65c kind at....!n
8lze 72x90 Inch 75o kind at....
8lze 81x90 Inch 75o kind at....KJC
Size 81x90 Inch 80c kind at....(K)
Size 81x90 Inch 85o kind at.... 75
Size 90x90 Inch 85o kind at....75
Sizo 90x108 Inch SI kind at....8l
8lze 72x90 Inch special C9
Size 81x90 Inch special 750
Size 90x90 inch special 79t
Size 81x90 Inch 60c quality at. .49J
Size 42x36 Inch worth 12'2o at 10d
Size 42x36 Inch worth 15c at.-lS'ic
Size 42x36 Inch worth 18o at..l5
Size 45x36 Inchworth 12'ao at 10
Size 45x36 Inch worth 15o at.. lSc
Size 45x36 lnch--worth 20c at.. 15
8-4 good quality, pr yd 21tf
9.4 good quality pr yd 23
10-4 good quality pr yd ....... -2.
9-4 best quality pr yd. 2f
10-4 best quality pr yd 32
9- 4 Unbleached Sheeting pr yd 20
10- 4 Unbleached sheeting pr yd 23
42 Inch special, pr yd 10
45 Inch special pr yd. 12V40
50 Inch special pr yd 15
42 Inch Tubing, pr yd 15
45 Inch Tubing pr yd 17
60 Inch Tubing pr yd 19
Prices Accordingly Low
THOUSANDS of yards of the finest
Embroideries In matched sets
at radical reductions. Prices will
barely cover their original cost, but
what else Is there to be donef
Our stock of Embroideries Is too
large these embroideries must movo
and move rapidly. Hence the cut In
price. It will pay you to come and
see. Prices run as follows:
Lot 1 values up to 20 pr yd..!2Vic
Lot 2 values up to 25c pr yd.. 15
Lot 3 values up to 35c pr yd.. 20
Lot 4 values up to 45c pr yd.. 30
Lot 5 values up to 60c pr yd.. 40
Lot 6 values up to 75c pr yd.. 50
Lot 7 values up to 1.50 pr yd.. 05
Fancy Back Combs
Jeweled Back Comas, richly orna
mented in light and dark effects
worth 1.50 to $2. Each at 954
DEAL BARGAINS are quickly picked up by women that
know. It does not take long for the thrifty and shrewd
housekeeper to detect a REAL BARGAIN when she sees
one. Notwithstanding the very warm weather of last week
Albuquerque women showed unusual interest in our Line a
Sale. We are certainly more than pleased with the result
and, we venture to say, folks that attended this sale are
likewise satisfied with their purchases. Tee Linen sale
will continue another week with additional offerings in
Sheets, Sheetings, Bed Spreads, etc.
Great Offerings In Women's
Seasonable stylish garments at the most radical
clearicg sale prices. We enumerate a few
strong specials below.
LIGHT WEIGHT SUMMER
WALKING SKIRTS Plain Colors,,
and fancy novelties; also accor
deon pleated Skirts of Greon,
Blue or Red Wool Henrietta; re
markable values and worth from
$4.50 to $5, at $2.98.
WALKING SKIRTS Of all wool
Homespuns and Fancy Worsteds;
newest cut and shape; values
$5.50 to $7.50, at $3.85.
SUITS OF WASH VOILES Good,
serviceable colorings, stylishly
made; well fitting; regular price,
$6.50, at $2.98.
MOHAIR BRILLIANTINE SUITS
Dotted effect, In Blue and Black;
but a few left to close; were $750,
FASHIONABLE MOHAIR SUITS
In Black, Blue and Brown; th
latest cut, and guaranteed fit. Act
ual worth, $10.50, at $5.
CHIFFON TAFFETA 8UIT8
Warranted all pure silk; the swell
eat suits Imaginable; regular price,
$15. Closing price this week, $9.98.
WHITE LINEN 8KIRTS hav re
celved another cut. Specially
priced for this week from $2.98 to
WHITE LINEN SUIT8, reduced as
$10.50 Suits at $7.98
$17.50 Suits at $12.50
$22.50 Suits at $15.00
Special ....HOSIER Y.... Values
Women's 60c Lace Lisle Hose 35c
Allover black lace lisle hose; variety of patterns; double heels and
toes; pure Hermedorf dye. Sale price, per pair, 35c, or 3 for 81
..WHITE LINEN PARASOLS..
With the new white linen suits, so stylish at the present time, It Is
quite necessary the costume should be completed with a finishing touch
which Is best given by one of the new white linen parasols; we offer th
best selection In the city, some with natural wood, others with plain whits
handles, trimmed with bow. Prices, lowest here, range $2.95, $2.50, $1.95
Phenomenal Shirtwaist Sale
75c and 85c white and Colored Waists at, choice 45
The biggest bargain ever! Several dozen of the very daintiest shirt
waists made of white lawns and fancy madras trimmed with lace or em
broideries, tucks and plaits perfect fitting and regular 75c to 85c value
at, choice 454
Hundred of fine shirt waists worth up to $1 each. Choice 60
Fine shirt waists that sold regularly at 1.25. Choice 75
All our fin waist worth dollar and a half each. Choice 95
All shirt waists worth from 1.75 to $2 each. Choice 1-25
Handsome shirt waists of fine white Lawns and Swisses, rlcly trimmed
former prices 2.25 and 2.50 each. Choice 1.50
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MAN WINS WELTER
THE SEARCH FOR JOHN D'S DAD
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VICTORIOUS BUDDY RYAN.
Sun Francisco. Julv 20. Buddv Rv
an, of Chicago, was awarded the wel-j
terweigm cnampionsmp in me wwru
tleth round or a twenty-five round
fight with George Peterson, of San
Francisco last night. Peterson's sec
onds threw up the sponge after the lo-
STRANGER 0. GETS
INSIDE THE MONEY
Barnett's Crack Gelding Sec
ond In 2:09 Pace at
WON THE FIRST TWO HEATS
Tuesday proved to be the best day
of the present race meeting at Col
orado Springs. Six thousand people
eaw a card of seven exciting races, ol
which the 2:09 pace was the feature.
Six heats were necessary to decide
this rare, which was won by Jess C,
a Denver mare. Stranger O., Joe Bar
nett's crack gelding, a favorite in the
betting, took the first two heats han
dily, and in the third heat was
tr h hoard. eceut for a
few early birds, who managed to get
In considerable money ny puiuug
down 10 to 3. Jess C, was offered at
8 to 1 and upwards, and surprised me
talent by winning the rare. Stranger
O., coining In second. Amble V., took
the fourth heat in an exciting finish,
while Jess C. took the next two, win
ning the race:
First race, 2:09 pace, weight for
ae, five pounds below 6Cale; purse,
Jess C, e. f., J. Gutshell,
Denver, (Franks) 6 5 12 11
Stranger O., b. g., J. Har
nett, Albuquerque, N. M.
(FroHt) 1 1 3 3 5 3
Amlile W., br. m., C. W.
Hays, Colorado Springs,
(Cassaday) 4 24 12 2
Joe Younger, hi. g., F. J.
Newman, Aspen, Colo.,
(Hayes) 2 3 2 4 4 4
Lady Engln, r. m., John
son & Farley, Colorado
Springs, (Johnson) ... 3 4 5 6 3 5
lTlme, 2:18, 2:13, 2:23V4, 2:224,
2:21 and 2:21.
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DEF12ATED GEORGE PETERSON.
cal man had been repeatedly knocked
down in the last two rounds.
In the nineteenth round Peterson
was floored five times before he man
aged to regain his feet lefore the
count was concluded.
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Wc Sell Everything
FOR THE COMFORT AND PROTECTION OF YOUR
FACE AND HANDS DURING THESE HOT DAY3. IMPORTED
AND DOMESTIC COLD CREAMS, TALCUM POWDERS, TOILET
WATER 8, ETC.
B. H. BR1GGS & CO.,
Props. Alvarado Pharmacy
t&tBTRKKT mud OOLO AVM.
Silver City, N. M., July 20. G. L.
Turner & Sou, who do a merchandise
business at Santa Rita, N. M., have
brought suit against the Santa Rita
Mining company aud the Santa Rita
Store company for $5u,000 damages.
This suit. It is understood, was
brought by the plalutiffa on account
of an alleged order issued by the
Sauta Rita Mining company, ordering
all their employes and servants not
to trade with the plaintiffs uuder pen
alty of being discharged.
This is quite an extraordinary suit
and is attracting considerable atteu-
tlou among the residents of this section.
The most wanted man in the United States today Is John D. Rockefeller's dad. Nobody seems to know
why he is wanted, but the general opinion is that the mystery of his disappearance must be cleared up. For
this reason The Evening Citizen organized a journalistic expedition which traversed a large chunk of territory.
Many patriarchs were seen who bore a resemblance to the picture printed in McClure's Magazine. The expe
dition is compelled to report progress only, and the search la stHl on.
NEAR KELLY, N. M.
J. H. JAMES BADLY INJURED IN A
reduced, and many willing hands did
their best for "poor Joe." At this
writing the results of his Injuries can
not be foretold, but all that medical
skill and the kindness of a host of
friends can do will be done. Mean
while we wiil hope for the best.
A. L. J1E1STER.
"POPE" SCHRADER TO BUILD
CHURCH AT EL PASO
"Pope" Schrador, of the Divine
Catholic church, better known as the
"divine healer,' accompanied oy a
couple of his deacons, is In El Paso
from the New Jerusalem, Socorro
county. New Mexico. They announce
that they Intend to build a church of
their faith lu that city. I he New
Jerusalem Is booming, according to
A. U. Cordova, one of the deasons. Al
though established only three years,
they claim a population of about 600.
They will spend a week or ten days
In El Paso.
EASY TO MAKE GOOD
WITH CLUB HOUftB
Kelly, N. M., July 18. The many
friends of J. H. James, your sometimes
correspondent, will be grieved to hear
of bis misfortune on Sunday, the 16th
Instant. Mr. James, accompanied by
L. R. Habcock, started for Kosedale.
When about six miles from Kelly and
going down a bill some slight acci
dent occurred tiud the carriage pole
dropped from the neck-yoke. There
being no brake on the carriage it of
course ran against the spirited horses
and they at once ran away.
It was a bad place for a runaway,
and in a rla.sh a front wheel struck a
huge boulder, throwing Mr. Babcock
clear off the seat and twenty feet to
one side. With rare presenco of mind
Mr. Habcock, knowing he bad to quit
the rig, grabbed young Ixuls and took
him with him, and although both
were badly shaken up and bruised,
neither sustained any serious injury.
Mr. James was not so fortunate. After
staying with the team for nearly half
a mile and doing bis best to control
them, Joe made up his mind to Jump.
Iiy this time the team was going like
the wind and the shock was terrible.
The left knee cap was dreadfully
bruised, if not broken aud misplaced,
the right leg broken above the ankle,
besides other cuts and bruises.
Mr. James was brought back to
Kelly with all possible haste. Dr.
lillua was summoned, the fractures
Rev. French, presiding elder of the
M. E. church, south, Roswell district,
received a telegram from Rev. S. R.
Twltty at Denver .Btating that Mrs.
Twltty Is ill at thai place and that
he cannot come home for a few days.
For that reason the quarterly meeting
of the local M. E. church, south, is
Indefinitely postponed. The telegram
gave no particulars of Mrs. Twltty's
illness, and for that reason it is be
lieved that her case is not serious.
Now la the time to buy Chamberlain's
Chiillc, Cholera ami Dttirrhnra Remedy.
It to certain to be needed sooner or
latrr and when that time cornea you
will neeJ It badly you will need It
quickly. Ruy It now. It may save life.
For sale by all dealers.
Word has come to Roswell of the
death of Mrs. Light Wells, daughter
of W. T. Wells, of California. She
left that city last fall with her par
ents, and had lived there many years
previous to that time. She was 17
years old. Consumption caused ier
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1 News has been received at Alam-
gordo from J. L. Lawson, an attorney
J of this place, who went to Johns Hop
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weeks for treatment for some trou-1
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