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ALflUQUERQUE KVKNING CITIZEN.
FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1905.
BEDSPREADS Large size, white
Spreads; aome fringed; there
hemmed; pretty patterns; regu
larly cold at $1.50. l.,1jJj(.,
COUNTERPANES Extra large,
white, Crochet Bed Spreade; Mar
eeille pattern; firm weave; or
dlnarily eold at $2.50. Special,
"The Recollection of Quality Remains Long After the Price is Forgotten."
Second Week of the Great Linen Sale
With Special Offerings In Sheets, Sheet
Ings, Pillowcases and Bedspreads
1 1 8
bt m m v . aw i am swai
Size 63x90 Inch 5c kind at.... f3
Size 72x90 Inch 75o kind at....(3
Size 81x90 Inch 75c kind at....Ci3
Size 81x90 Inch 80o kind at.... ;)
Size 81x90 Inch 85o kind at....75
Size 90x90 Inch 85o kind at.. ..75
Size 90x108 inch 41 kind at.... 894
Size 72x90 Inch epeclal GOt
Size 81x90 Inch apeclal 75
Size 90x90 inch epeclal 7f)6
Size 81x90 Inch 60c quality at..49
Size 42x36 Inch worth 12'2c at 10
Size 42x36 Inch -worth 15c at..l2'20
Size 42x36 Inch worth 18o at..l5
Size 45x36 Inch worth 12'fcc at 10
Size 45x36 Inch worth 15o at..l2c
Size 45x36 Inch worth 20o at..l5
8-4 good quality, pr yd 21 '
9- 4 good quality pr yd 23
10- 4 good quality pr yd
9- 4 beet quality pr yd
10-4 beet quality pr yd 32j
9-4 Unbleached Sheeting pr yd 20
104 Unbleached sheeting pr yd 23d
42 Inch epeclal, pr yd 10d
45 Inch epeclal pr yd 12c
50 Inch epeclal pr yd 15
42 Inch Tubing, pr yd 15d
45 Inch Tubing pr yd 17
50 Inch Tubing pr yd 10
Prices Accordingly Low
nr HOUSANDS of yarde of the flneet
Embrolderlee In matched eete
at radical reductiona. Prices will
barely cover their original coat, but
what else la there to be done?
Our stock of Embrolderlee is too
large theee embrolderlee muet move
and move rapidly. Hence the cut In
price. It will pay you to come and
aee. Prlcee run ae follows:
Lot 1 values up to 20 pr yd.. 12 Vic
Lot 2 values up to 25c pr yd.. 15d
Lot 3 values up to 35c pr yd..20d
Lot 4 values up to 45c pr yd..30
Lot 5 values up to 60c pr yd.. 4.0 6
4-ot 6 values up to 75c pr yd..50
Lot 7 values up to 1.50 pr yd..95d
Fancy Back Combs
Jeweled Back Comis, richly orna
mented In light an dark effects
worth 1.50 to $2. Each at 05d
DEAL BARGAINS are quickly picked up by women that
know. It doea 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 Linen
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. Tne Linen sale
will continue another week with additional offerings in
Sheets, Sheetings, Bed Spreade, etc.
Great Offerings in Women's
Seasonable stylish garments at the most radical
dearie g 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 Green,
Blue or Red Wool Henrietta; re
markable values and worth from
$4.50 to $5, at $2.98.
WALKING SKIRTS Of all wool
Homeepune and Fancy Worstede;
newest cut and shape; values
$5.50 to $7.50, at $3.85.
8UIT8 OF WASH VOILES Good,
aervlceable colorings, atyllahly
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 $7.50,
at $3.98. ,
FASHIONABLE MOHAIR SUITS
In Black, Blue and Brown; the
latest cut, and guaranteed fit. Act
ual worth, $10.50, at $5.
CHIFFON TAFFETA SUITS
Warranted all pure silk; the swell
eet cults Imaginable; regular price,
$15. Cloelng price this week, $9.98.
WHITE LINEN SKIRTS have re
ceived another cut. Specially
priced for thia week from $2.98 to
WHITE LINEN SUITS, 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 liele hose; variety of patterne; double heels and
toes; pure Hermsdorf dye. Sale price, per pair, 35c, or 3 for
..WHITE LINEN PARASOLS..
With the new white linen suits, so stylish at the preeent time, It Is
quite necessary the costume should be completed with a finishing touch
which Is beet given by one of the new white linen parasols; we offer the
best eelectlon In the city, some with natural wood, othere with plain white
handles, trimmed with bow. Prlcee, loweet here, range $2.95, $2.50, $1.95
Phenomenal Shirtwaist Sale
75c and 85c white and Colored Waists at, choice t ...45
The blggeet bargain everl Several dozen of the very dalntiect ahlrt
waists made of white lawns and fancy madras trimmed with lace or em
broideries, tucks and plaits perfect fitting and regular 75c to 85c values
at, choice 45
Hundreds of fine shirt waists worth. up to $1 each. Choice 60J
Fine shirt waists that sold regularly at 1.25. Choice 756
All our fine waists worth dollar and a half each. Choice 05
All ahlrt waists worth from 1.75 to $2 each. Choice 1.25
Handsome shirt waists of fine white Lawns and Swisses, rlcly trimmed
former prlcee 2.25 and 2.50 each. Choice - 1.50
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PLUCKY WOMAN TOOK LONG CHANCE
TO SAVE OPPONENT'S AUTOMOBILE
At New York 1st game R. H. E.
St. Loui 4 7 1
New York 7 10 1
Second Game R. H. E.
St lnln 1 5 2
New York 2 6 1
At Philadelphia R. H.E.
Pittsburg 7 12 1
Philadelphia 5 9 2
At Boston 1st game R. H.E.
Boston 1 6 2
Chicago 3 10 2
Second Game R. H.E.
Boston 5 8 1
Chicago 4 10 4
At Brooklyn R. H.E.
Brooklyn 18 7
Cincinnati 1 7
MRS. ANDREW CUNEO IN HER CAR. THE BRIDGE WHERE THE ACCIDENT OCCURRED.
Mrs. Andrew Cuneo drove "jier path. Mrs. Cuneo is the only woman
White steamer over the edge of this! driving in the Glidden tour.. Her
bridge rather than run Into another nerve In sending her machine to
machine which had bcked into her possible destruction, rather than in
jure a competitor's car, won her
plaudits from the tuorists. After re
pairs had been made, Mrs. Cuneo
proceeded on her way to Mt. Wash
ington, tne oojective or tne tour.
CHINESE GUILDS ARE
MANAGING THE BOYCOTT
Detroit 7 11 0
Washington 6 14
At Cleveland 1st Game R. H.E.
Cleveland 7 9
. Boston 8 7 2
Second Game R. H. E.
Cleveland 8 8 5
Boston 4 8 1
At Chicago R. H. E.
Chicago 6 11 1
New York 4 6 3
At Kansas City Kansas Clty-Iu-isville
game postponed on account of
At St. Paul
St. Paul 4
Washington, D. C, July 21. The
state department has been iuformed
by its consuls tliat the Chinese boy
cott against American goods, lnstl
tuted Wednesday, was organized by
tne tiaae guilds in five norts. Shane
hal, Canton, Tlen-Tsln, Hankow and
-New Chang. It is believed the boy
cott will not le successful nor do any
particular injury to Amerlcn goods,
except In the cities of Canton and
Shanghai, where the guilds are
stronger than elsewhere.
I There is no official action which the
United States government can take as
long as It remains a simply boycott
or refusal to purchase American goods
but It Is thought that the boycott will
be discouraged by the Chinese gov
ernment as far as possible.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
FRESH EVERY DAY, AT MALOY'S-
GRANDDAUGHTER OF SAL
MON R CHASE WRITES PLAY
I Mrs. R. H. Hawkins, wife of the
manager of the Postal Telegraph com
pany In this city, left last night for
i an extended visit with her parents in
Palo Alto, Cal. She was accompanied
by her children.
At De's Moines
R. H. E.
, 9 13 1
Now Is the time to buy ChamTierlaln's
Cholto, Cholera and rjurrhia hemedy.
It la certain to be needed sooner or
later and htn that time ronira you
will need it badly you will need It
quickly. Buy H now. It may save Ufa.
Kor sals by all dealers.
Ruth, the little daughter of K. N.
Dewey, of Aguewvllle. Vs., was serloua
ly 111 of cholera Infantum laat summer.
"We gave her up and did not expect her
to Hvu from one hour to another," ha
aya. "1 happened to think of Chamber.
Iain's Chollu, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and got a bottle of it from the
atore. In five hours I aaw a change for
the better. We kept on giving It and
before he had token the half of one
mull bottle she was well." This remedy
Is for sale by all dealers.
I Citizen ads bring results.
1 : i 1.
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San Eianclsco, Cal, July 21. Ethel
Sprague Donnelson, granddaughter of
Salmon P. Chase, who was a member
of Lincoln's cabinet, has entered the
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fat BTRKKT mnd GOLD AVK. -
ranks of the playwrights and will soon
produce a play entitled "The Last
Act," in which she wl.l assume the
Mrs. Donnelson, who has resided in
San Francisco for some time, comes
from a family whose brains, beauty
and wealth have marked it for public
name of her mother, Kate Chase, is
attention many a generations. The
closely interwoven in the history of
the brilliant social and diplomatic life
at a.shington during Lincoln's ad
ministration. In Europe she was con
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well as the cleverest woman ever pre
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time referred to her as "La belle Am
erican!," a name which was caught up
by every tongue and followed her
wherever she went.
During the Spanish-American war
Mrs. Donnelson acted as nurse at
Camp Montauk and was slgnled out by
President Roosevelt to be the only
woman presented with a Rough Rider
medal. This was In appreciation, to
quote the president, "of the inestima
ble service rendered by her. I can
not speak too highly," the president
went on to say at the presentation,
"of her tact, Judgment, sympathy and
Mrs. Donnelson before her marriage
demonstrated unusual dramatic ability
in her support of Mansfield. Now, after
a lapse of a few years, she intends to
1 resume her stage work.
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It is the purest and beat for Sores,
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Six yeare ago I had a severe attack of ,
Inflammatory Rheumatism, and tliedoo- ,
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Jrescribed seemed to help me. finally '
left off their medicine and began the
oseofS.B.S. My knee and elbow Joints
were swollen terribly, and at one time
tny hands were so swollen and painful
thatloould not close them when opened. ;
I was getting discouraged, you mny be
sure, when I began 8. U. 8., but as I saw
it was helping me oontinued it, and to
day I am a sound, well man and have
uever had a return of the disease.
R. 11. CHAPMAN. I
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