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AJJJUQUEHQUE KVKN1NQ CITIZEN.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1905.
Albuquerque's Biggest, Brightest and Busiest Store
Of White and Colored Wssh Good,
7-3 Former Prices
Of Silks and Dress Goods, marked Wf Ty X II 1
down to rjT ui Tf
1-2 Former Prices r
Final Clearance of Millinery
I ft a duty you owe to yourself.
You should not fail to investigate
this unusual offer, namely:
Summer Hate at 1-2 Price
Plain English, Is It not? All our
summer hats, and they're all of the
very latest, at exactly half of former
prices. Hats for Women, Misses and
NEW FELT HATS
White, Champagne, and Light Grey
Felt Hats, daintily trimmed In Per
sian bands have just made their ap
pearance. Very attractive, these hats,
and very desirable for outing, horse
Priced from S2 to S4.SO
ANOTHER department has been added to this store. 'Tie the Traveling Goods department. There Is great demand for a first-class line of
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases, and The Economist Is now In a position to supply this demand. Every little while the patrons of this popular
,tore ancj that means seven-tenths of the buying public would request us to put In a line of Traveling Goods, saying It was difficult to obtain In
Albuquerque the right goods at the right prices.
So, then, as we have the Interest of the public at heart, and have ample room In our big, bright store, we ve taken the advice of our friends
and Installed this
TRAVELING GOODS DEPARTMENT
which will drove of great benefit to Albuquerqueans, for our aim shall always be to give THE BEST GOODS POSSIBLE TO OBTAIN FOR THE
MONEY. To celebrate the event of inaugurating this new department, we hall allow
A DISCOUNT OF 20 PER CENT
on every Trunk, Bag, or Suit Case purchased here this week. We will also print your name
- FREE OF CHARGE
on everv Trunk. Bag or Suit Case that you may select.
a wnrH to the nualltv of our Trunks: It took us quite a while to locate the trunk manufacturer whose wares appealed to us sufficiently to In
dud us to olve him a "show." And now we're quite positive that we handle the STOUTEST, STRONGEST, BEST LOOKING Trunks In the land.
Our trunks don't object to crowding their good nature Is limited only by their capacity. Our trunks are built for service and hard wear, first of all.
But we've happily combined good looks with strength, too. And they're roomy always reaJy for the sure-to-be-overlooked last things.
And 'tis the same with our Bags and Suit Cases they're made to withstand tne wear and tear of a long Journey, or several Journeys. For
a reliable Trunk, Bag or Suit Case, you must patronize The Economist. REMEMBER THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL OFFER.
rinal Clearance MS
In this land of sunshine you have
fully three more months before you
in which to wear wash dresses, and
at the prices we are selling our wash
goods, you cannot afford to overlook
these offerings. We want to sell ev
ery yard of wash goods In the store.
There are thousands of remnants,
consisting of Voiles, Ginghams,
Lawns, Swisses, Linens, etc., and ev
eryone Is marked at about one-third
of the original price:
20c Lawns at, per yard 5
25c Voil at, per yard 10
35c Silk Mousselines, per yard,.15
50c. Silk Crepes, per yard 19
75c. Zephyrs 19
HERE'S ONE worth $6.50, and cheap at that, that we're tfr
selling this week for PJ.U
Covered with 12-ounce canvas. Japanned Steel Trimmings Heavy Leather
Straps Strong Lock and Catches H ardwood Sails Deep Tray with cov
ered Hat Box. The best trunk you ever saw for the price.
$7.50 Trunks, this week $6
$10.00 Trunks, this week 8
$10.50 Trunks, this week 8-4
$11.50 Trunks, this week 9 20
$12.00 Trunks, this week 9-60
$13.50 Trunks, this week 10 80
' $15.00 Trunks, this week S12
$17.50 Trunks, this week 14
$19.50 Trunks, this week 15-60
$20.00 Trunks, this week $16
$25.00 Trunks, this week $20
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
YOUR OPPORTUNITY of buying a good Leather Bag for fl? ftA
that would cost elsewhere from four to fourty-flve. jWVw
Made of the very best Grain Leather heavy leather covered frame
large sliding brass lock patent spring side catches English handle
leather lined inside pocket.
$4.00 Leather Bags at 3-20
$4.25 Leather Bags at 3-40
$4.50 Leather Bags at 3-60
" $5.00 Leather Bags at 8 4
$6 Leather Bags at 4 80
$6.50 Leather Bags at 5-20
$7 Leather Bags at 5-60
$7.50 Leather Bags at $6
$8 Leather Bags at 640
$8.50 Leather Bags at 6 80
$10 Leather Bags at $8
$11 Leather Bags at 8-80
$15 Leather Bags at 8112 ,
$17.50 Leather Bags at $14
$25 Leather Bags at $20
A N INTERESTING offer will prove this Dress Suit Case for d3 ja
Nowhere else could you buy such a case for less than five JWU
Made of Grained Rubber cloth Imitation Buffalo extra deep very
heavy leather corners with large rivets brassed lock and bolts leather
knob handle cloth lined shirt fold size 24 Inches.
$5.50 Leather Suit Case 4 40
$6.00 Leather Suit Case 4-80
$6.50 Leather Suit Case 5.20
$7.00 Leather Suit Case 5.60
$7.50 Leather Suit Case $6
$9.00 Leather Suit Case 7.20
$10 Leather Suit Case 8
$12 Leather Suit Case 9.60
$12.50 Leather Suit Case $10
$13.50 Leather Suit Case 10 80
$15 Leather Suit Case $12
$17.50 Leather Suit Case $14
$20 Leather Suit Case $16
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
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THE MILLION MARK
Record For Sixty-Three Days
at Portland Fair Foots
EXPOSITION A GREAT SUCCESS
Portland, Ore., Aug. 11. The mil
lion mark has been reached and passed
in the record of attendance at the
Lewis and Clark exposition. When
all of the admissions were added to
the aggregate since the iair opened
on June 1, it was found that in sixty-three
days 1,013,551 gate admissions
had been recorded by the turnstiles.
The admissions depa. tmeiit was Jubi
lant, aud all the rest of the exposition
officials and the people of Portland
and the Pacific northwest in general
Joined in the Jubilation. Figures tell
the truth, and these ligures show that
the Lewis aud Clark centennial is a
July 20 to 2G, Inclusive 131,984
July 27 to August 2, Inclusive. .12ti,124
The extra attendance for the week
from June 29 to July 5, was due to
the large number of admissions on
the Fourth of July. Since then, as a
perusal of the figures shows, the at
tendance has increased constantly.
The Trans-Mississippi exposition at
Omaha in 1898. which was about the
size of the Portland enterprise, may
be used as a basis for comparison in
attendance. The official recoid shows
that during the first two months of
the Omaha fair the admissions were
611,035. Portland's figures, official and
verified, show a total of 978,017 for
the first two months. Thus we find
that the Lewis and Clark exposition
attendance for the first two months
has exceeded that of the Omaha en
terprise by 360,982, or considerably
moie than 50 per cent. Moreover, let
it be taken into consideration that
within a radius of 500 miles of Omaha,
there were 14,000,000 people, approx
imately, while within a like radius of
Portland there are not more than 1,-
The Pan-American exposition at
Buffalo in 1901, with a population of
40,000,000 within the 600-mile radius,
had aii attendance of 1,203,236 dur
ing the first two months. This is only
about 25 per cent in excess of the
Portland figures. Poitland and Omaha
have approximately the same number
of Inhabitants, while Buffalo is sev
eral times as large as the Lewis and
V. B. Davison, chief of the depart
ment of admissions at Portland, who
has had experience in the same de
partment at several expositions, ex
presses the belief that the Lewis and
Clark fair will run Omaha a close
race, and in all probability will win
out in the total attendance, though
at Omaha the exposition was open
live full months, while the present en
terprise is to be open but four and
one-half months. Omaha's total at
tendance was 2,613,508.
Mr. Davison expects a considerable
Increase In the attendance after the
wheat farmers of the "inland em
pire" Bhall have finished their har
vesting and the hop growers of Ore
gon and Washington shall have gath
ered their top crops.
Nothing succeeds like success, and
the Portland fair has shown by actual
and indisputable figures that it Is a
sueccss. As it is a western enterprise
the entire west is to be congratulated,
and if t he east still imagines that
"nothing good can came out of Naz
areth," let that section take notice of
the most successful of all American
LITTLE GRAND DUKE
WHO IS IMPORTANT;
mtfm if MJtzM
GRAND DUKE D1MITKI. THE CZAR.
Only 15, this lad Is the youngest grand duke of the Romanoff dynasty.
He Is a son of the late Grand Duke Paul Alexandriviteh. He Is comman
der of the Eleventh regiment of grenadiers and of the sharpshooters, and
in the pictu;e is seen reviewing the sharpshooters with his uncle, the
A NEW BANK
Will not do you any good unless you
have some money to put In it. The
surest way to get money aheaa Is to
buy all your Clothing, Shoes. Dry
Goods, Underwear, Enamelware, Tin
uarn. Crockery, and of course. vOur
lit lore me iair opeuuu, tueiw " ' 1 j Groceries, at our store. We are the
those who said: "Well, if you have acknowledged low price store in the
l.oi'o.oou ulteiiiiance during the four wnole city. A few prices will give you
and one-half months of your liw,!an inkling of our fine goods:
you will be doing very well. The I (f vou pav 53.50 for a shoe, come
management, of course, expected a to- and )ook at our$ at $2.50. If you pay
tal enusideiably in advance of this.lj 1or enoe, come and look at ours
but noUidy was sanguine enough tojat j3i f y0U pay $5 for a hoe, come
count upon a million during the Inland look at ours at $3.50. If you pay
two months. With more than half the g for a inoe come and look at ours
txposition period still to run, it is now at $4, Au plainly marked; one price
the popular prophecy that at least I , ,v,ruhoHi. If vou nav 35e or 40c
2,5ou,oou will be reached. The expert'
ence of nil expositions has been that
the largest attendance is enjoyed dur-
for your coffee, try ours at 25c. No
risk. Your money back If you want
it. If you pay 30c for coffee, try ours
ing the lai two mouths. Portland tor 20c. 1, v0lJ Dav 75,; 0P $1 for tea,
expects the crowds to lm Tease 1roni'try ourt any kind Gunpowder, Eng
week to week, and the figures thus isn Breakfast or Japan, at 60c. If
far piove that siVh an expectation is you pay 60c for tea, try ours any
well founded. The attendance by kind you want, at 40c. Remember,
weeks, up to August 2, has been as we Buarantee all our goods. Your
follows: money back If you want It.
June 1 to 7, Inclusive 99,2,5 1 the CASH BUYERS' UNION.
June 8 to 11. inclusive lou,724 Wm. Dolde, Proprietor.
June 15 to 21, inclusive m,,842 ; Auto .phone, 592. 122 N. Second.
June 22 to 28, inclusive 89,918 A, QOod, delivered.
June 29 to July 5, Inclusive. . .141,415 1
July 0 to 12, inclusive 111.&34' MEET KNIGHT'S MIDNIGHT SUN
July 13 to 19, inclusive 113,737 SEPTEMBER 23.
C. V. Cook, Jr., traveling freight
agent of the Santa Fe, with headquar
ters In this city, returned last nignt
from a short business trip to Chicago.
Superintendent John Stelti, of the
Harvey system in New Mexico, ar
rived from l.as Vegas last night and
spent the day hire on business con
nected with his department.
Juan Lores, who has been working
as a laborer for the Santa l'e at
Grants station, was brought to the
company hospital in this city last
nltiht for treatment. He was suffering
from u badly injured liand and leg.
A party of Santa Fe surveyors com
pose, 1 ofF. A. Kussell. C. V .Stewart,
W. W. Smith and 11. Meade, who are
working on the New Mexico division,
tth'-re they are putting in drainage
ditches for the protection of the road
against foods, arrived in the city last
ilium. They returned north this
m m m
DRAWING WORKING PLANS
FOR SOUTHWESTERN SHOPS
Four draftsmen are bii-i!y engaged
under the supervision of the enirim er
of maintenance of way of tlie j;i l'ao
& Southwestern railway in making
working plans for the new shops to
be erected by the company at El Paso.
The task of completing t ho details for
every building which is to be con
structed is barely half done. Plans
for the new office building are Hear
ing the final stae but have not yet
assumed permanent form.
WILL EQUIP ENGINES
WITH COLE SUPERHEATERS
superheater. This consists of a num
bor of large tubes which are substi
tuted for the regular boiler tubes in
1 lie upper part of the boiler and in
which are placed loops of jipe extend
ing back from a double header in the
front end. The steam in passing from
the throttle K the cylinder is compell
ed to pass through these loops and Is
there highly superheated by the fur
nace gases in the tubes, the amount
of superheat depending on the length
id' the loop anil the distance of its end
from the fire box.
FENCING RIGHT OF WAY
WITH BARBED WIRE
The 111 Paso Ai Southwestern rail
way fence building gang is now at j
woik ano'ii rineen nines east ui lu
liimliiis. I. una county, stringing strong
Imrlied wire along the right of way.
Through tlie agency of the barbed
wire fence tlie right of way of the
weMein (liw.-ion of the road Is be
coming more sharply defined from the
surrounding country through which it
t.-scs, and men, cattle, aud sheep no
longer wander across the track at
will as they once could. One good re
sult of the building of the fences
along the right of way Is a marked do-civa-e
in the number of stock killed.
The Rock Island has recently put
into service some heavy passenger lo
comotives of the Pacific typo and
some of theso engines will be cqup
ped with tlie latest design of the Cole
On August 15 there will be sold at
public auction at the Santa Fe railway
company ware house in this city, the
goods now in said ware house, con
signed to J. H. Welsh, viz.: One case
of wine, 1 case of whiskey, 1 case of
sundries, 1 phonograph.
H. S. LUTZ, Agent.
Hello, Central! I am in dirt from
cellar to garret. "Well, you want
Thornton. He Is the cleaner." With
competent help. Pi Ices reasonable.
Has both "phones. Oillce, 809 North
A Full Set of Teeth
for 22-Karat Gold Crown
and Upward for Fillings
AUTO 'PHONE 451
All Work Absolutely Guaranteed -
Dr. Wolfe, of Kansas City, -will be
in assistance. An additional chair
will be added to the office.
ROOM 12 N. r. ARM1JO BUILD1N0
TWENTY FIFTH NEW MEXICO TERRITORIAL FAIR
September is, 19. 2o, 2i, 22, 23 $7,500 In Purses and Prizes
HorselRacing, Broncho Busting, Indian Dances and Sports
WONDERFUL TROTTING OSTRICH
Hitched; to a road wagon. Will go two heats every day m 2:30 or
better, paced by a horse. Grand Live Stock Show. U. S Cavalry Dril.
Montezuma Ball. Fleece Exhibit. Fruit Exhibit.
PAGE OA LL TOURNA ME NT
$1500jin Purses. Open to. New Mexico, Arizona, Trinidad, Colo, and
El Paso, Texas, Teams.
FIRST ANNUAL HORSE SHOW
Expert riding and driving by Ladies' and Gentlemen on track in front
of Grand Stand.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
W. H. GREER, President D. K. B. SELLERS, Secretary