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JOB rilLVriHG ( BOOK BINDIW ? iLBUttUEKME DAILY HJITIZEH, f -" a toiOk Wsntus oaatly aVsM a OXTXBSBIf, nrsr. J VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 1, 1898. NUMBER 64. The Oif POLITICS! position to Hanna Try Make Combination. to Americas Party DrlTea From an Island by a Mexican War Ship. Big Fast to k rrovlde4 for the lag Engllsa Engineers. Strlk- tIAlUT ClALLtRGES mZimKORt. Columbus, Ohio. Jan. 1. Party can enwes for officers of the legislature, which convenes nest Monday, will be held to-night. Owing to complications la the content for United States senator, there Is more interest Ukea In the organ isation of both houses than tver before. Republican members of congress from Ohio ami many othera from Washington are here to participate In the eontutt, as the re-elertloa of Senator Uanna depends largely on the organisation ot the gen eral assembly. There are Uanna and antl-llauna men for all the place, the' Btmpest contest being tor speaker of the hone. Representative Boiwell la a Hanna candidate, and Representative Mason, antl-Haanalte, both being repub lican. Boiwell will receive the caucus mmiuatlou, and at the republican joint senatorial eaucas neit Wednesday night. Senator Uanna will also be nominated without opposition. Tiie legislature consists of seventy-Ore republicans, elxty-flve democrat and Ave fuslonlets. Jhn three iu-doults are counted for ilanna. The opposition claim that twenty re publican members are pledged agatuet Hanna and several ars eouceded by Htnna's managers to be doubtful. Both sides are claiming majorities. The oppoeitlon will likely vote for Gov ernor B whnell and Mayor UcKlsson. of, Cleveland, for the long and short terms for senator, respectively. Governor Bun nell and Mayor McKlMson were In the conference last night of the antl-Hanna republicans and democrats and ars ag gressively contesting every point against Uanna. The feeling between the repub lican factlona la mre bitter than was vtr known between partisans. Most of the members are being pledged In writ ing. At a conference the antl-Hanna repub licans snd democrats agreed upon their combination ticket In oppoeitlon to the Uanna ticket The republicans get ths apeakf i and clerk of the boutte and the demouuta ths eergeant-at-arms and speaker pro tempore, while all minor places are equally dlvtdod. This means Representative Mason for speaker and Charles Gerrlsh for chief clerk, agalni-t Alexander Boiwell and John R. Malloy. Ia the senate Burke, a republican from Cleveland opposing Uanna, Is the candi date for president pro tempore, and the democrats for all other places. The senate stands eighteen democrats, seventeen republicans and one funtonlst. The turtionlst wll vote with the republl cans, leaving Lieutenant Governor Jones the t'e vote and b th sides are counting on him. The content preliminary to a showing of bands to-night has attracted n nuuKiially large crowd to the city FATAL ANMVKMSAKY, Slitl.ih Jtnulraraar ot the Pop of Home. Hume, Jan. 1. The sixtieth anniver sary ot the pope's first celebration was observed at the Vatican to-day. His holiness was enjoying excellent health. He received hundreds ot rich presents Kmperor Francis Joseph, of Austria-Hungary sent tO.fOO florins In gold lu a gold casket and the queen regent of Bpslu sent a massive gold and jeweled goblet. His gift from the L'ulted States wat a diamond cross. Every coun try sent large contribution to the Peter's pence fund. ON GLIt-rKHTON INLAND Huuinr tbat Tarty of Amrrlttana War lUi)f.aatd Larha Couflrinalloa, Washii gton, Jan. 1. The story of the dispossession ot a party of Americans from Clifperton Island by a Mexican worship, as reported by an Incoming , steamer at San Kranclsco, as yet has bad no official contlrniatlon. All that is known at ths Mexican legation Is that vague rumors were atlwt that the British had taken possession of the Island, and fiat with a view to asserting the sovereignty ot Mexico a warship was sent there to maintain her claim. The department of state has nothing at all on the subjsct, but Is not at all disturbed over the news. It Is simply question as to the prior right ot Mexico to the title, and the Impression here Is that her title Is as good as was that of Braxll to the Island ot Trinidad, which was sought by the British for a cable sta lion. Ordarad to Ilia fruallar. Cairo, Jan. 1. The Warwickshire and Lincolnshire regiments ot the British army have been ordered to start from Wady HM1 tor the frontier. K Iliad ujr Mar Muabaud. Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 1 Mrs. Sarah McUowau was shot and killed at her home lu Rankin, Pa., last night, and her husband, Anthony McGowan, one ot the wealthiest residents of the t-wn, Is charged with the murder. After the murder, Mrttnwan was found locked Dp In bd mom, apparently asleep. He denied all knowledge of the crime. Striking .aa;inerv ICailoraari. London, Jan. I. llegnts represent ing 1,360,(KK) trades onionieU held a con vention here to-day and paeed resolu tions congratulating the engineers op n their "splendid defense of trades union Ism'' and asking all trades unionists, of whom there are 2,000,000 In Great Brit ain, to make weekly levy, the mini mum to be six cents, to support the en glneers, whose fight. It la said, "is fight ot labor against capital all the world over." Critletalna Wajlar. Madrid, Jan. I. The government Is convinced that General VYryler Is guilty of having committed several misde meanors. Including that of furnishing to the press a copy of his memorial to the queen on President McKluley's message to congress, and la determined to prose cute him by court martial. He denies that he gave the memorial to the newe- I epera. Eerthqnaka la) California, Santa Rosa, I'al, Jan. 1. Two distinct shocks ot earthquake, the most severe felt here In many years, awoke the reel dents ot this city and vicinity shortly after S o'clock this morning. The shocks were ot about twenty-Qve sewn .Is dura tton and the vibrations from west to east. No damage Is reported. RAPIST AND MUKUtHKH CAPTl KRI, Tha laitlan, Who CnniiulttaH the Crlina la Urant County, Arraala.1, Special to The Citlaen. Wtngate, N. M , Jan. 1. Joee Rubl, the Indian who rayed and then murdered ths 13 year old American girl near Sliver City, about a month ago, -us captured yesterday about thirty-five miles north of here on the reservation, and brought Into this station at Ave o'clock this morning, Hi capture was effected by Deputy Sheriff YUU. of Valencia county and C 9. Shrader, an Indian trader and inter preter, who have been on his trail for several days. Rubl made his way across the country from Silver City afoot and hen eaptured bad on the same hob-nail shoes thet led to his Identification at the time of the ninrder. Since his capture he has been feigning Insanity. He, will be taken to Albuquerque to-day. (Note This morning, Sheriff Hubfell received telegram from Deputy Sheriff X. Vigil, of Valencia connty, dated at Wlngate, giving him the Information of tha arrest of the rapist and murderer, and slated that be (Vigil), with the pris oner, would reach this city this evening, The murd"rer is known down in Grant county as Amhr slo lleruandex ) ANNI'L MASVIt KKAIIB BALL. ' Tha HooU-Wowra Uoaa Company Uovallj Kalartala Tholr Ouaala. The auuual masquerade ball given by the Scott-Moore Hose company at the Armory last night came up to the high standard which has been established by similar balls In years past, and the repu tatiou ot the hose boys tor being past masters in the art ot giving masquerade balls has been Increased by last night's effort. There was large number of maskers In attendance, and the seats, as well as all the standing room that could be spared, were crowded with oulookers who were present to enjoy the brilliant and spectacular sceues. The costumes were novel and Interesting. The 'yellow kid aud "Jack Frost were probably the most origiual. The gor geous historical custumes were unuier ous aud the most tnasulflceiit ever seen at a masquerade ball lu this city. The hirst KeKlmeut band or old town fur nlsbed musio until about 11 o'clock, when they were obliged to leave in order to eaten the last car. Atier their de parture Ruppe's superb orchestra fur uiehed the lively music to which the feet of the merry dancers kept time. Success to the members of the bcotl-Moore Hose company. DEATH OFJSBM ! Reported Decease of the Great German Statesman. New Year's Quietly Spent at the Na tional Capital. !Uw Tork It Mow the Second City of the World. BUIIIS0 or A lOTIL. London. Jan. 1. The evening News of this city reports the death of Prince Bismarck. DKATH IN DOUBT. The News Is confirmed from several swirees, but Is discredited la some quarters. cACstn a oaitr shock. London, Jan. 1. Ths Kvenlng News prints dispatch from Its own corres pondent at Berlin saying: "The oue remark on ths Hps of everybody Is, 'Bismarck Is dead.' Altbongh expected for months, the event has caused a great shock. It Is ths sole topic ot conversa tion In hotels and cafes." Kl'MOR DENIM). Berlin, Jan. I. At 6:43 p. u., owing to the disquieting rumors ths official agen cies say: "Count Herbert aud Count Wllllsm Bismarck and Dr. Schweninger are at present on a visit to Prince Bis marck. There has been no change in the prince's condition during ths last few days. He appears regularly at meals." tkVBt KCPORT. Hamburg, Jan. 1. The report that Prince Bismarck died to-day Is unfound ed. The prince received no personal vis itors. F rledrlchsrnhe, where the former chancellor la living, ia eighteen miles from Hamburg. adjoining and gutted lb For a time It seemed that the whole block would N destroyed, bnt tha lira was kept wtihln the two buildings mentioned. Tha W will anion nt to many thvaanda of dol lars. New Taart la Waaalata. Washington, Jan. 1. Tha White boose was closed to-day, ths first New Year's day In many years. President aad Mrs. McKlnley went out for a drive In toe forenoon and spent the remainder of thr day In retirement. Vie President Ho bart and the members ot the cabinet omitted receptions as mark ot sym pathy for the president and their exam ple Is belug generally followed, and the day in Washington was vsry quiet. Kan Ma city SWaa aiaraaa. Kansas City, Jan. 1. Cattls receipts. 100. Market unchanged; only retail trade. Texas steers, $3.2oQ4.33; Texas cows, I2.80(3.20; native steers, S OOtft W); native cows and heifers, 1.00(f.2oi 'ockera and feeders, 3.004J0; bulls, aitotfs 56. Sheep Receipts, VXJp'JlWket strong. Lambs, 4iOC5.6o; muttons, 13 7M4.60. Plva Maanaaa Orwwaad. Marseilles. Jan. 1. Ths French bark Lin dear d, Capt Dane, from Mobile. Ala . sauk yesterday evening while entering prt. Five ot the crew. Including the iptaln, were drowned. Eight were raved. Challawgae PHaalmmoaa, Vallejo, Cal., Jan. 1. Thomas Sharkey has Issued-a challenge to Robert Flti Simmons. He demands that Fltaslm mons gives him ths first chance on re entering the ring. The bicycle has not taken the place of the horse to those who love a norseuack rlils in good company, aud a large nuin ber of Aibiniuerqiie ladles eujo a canter over the valley aud mesa. New Year's day a number of them met In a body and naa a graua rine in the glorious sun shine. An equestrian club will be formed and excursions taken weekly to points of interest in the valley. 0. A. Mutson, the senior member of the new stationery Arm In the N. T. Ar niljo uiillilliiff. iso. yuo Kallroad avenue, Informed Thk Citi.kn this morning that he thought the store would be ready for business on or alioit January H, and that his principal clerk would In) Miss hilllh Keuuer, who had charge of the stationery department at Whituev company's big store on south Second street. James Furlong, a freight conductor on the Hanta Fe, fell down on a piece of bridge Iron at lsleta and bis leg was quite badly lacerated, C. F. Joues, the station agent at Las Vegas, passed through the city lost night tor Helen, where he will visit aud hunt two or three days. M. W. Browne and wife, of Las Vegas, panned through the city for Socorro last night, where they will visit old friends for a few days. The city council, at the city building on Tijeras avenue, aud the probate court at the court house In old town, will meet next Monday. Governor Otero and wife, who were at Washington, arrived home at Hanta Fe last night, coming down with Conductor Hayes. Wanted At ouce, a competent girl for general housework. Inquire at north Heooud street. The WUUes' to-ulght. ORKATKK NKW tOHK. It la Mow tha Naaaaii Largaat City la Mia World. New York, Jan. 1. New York to-day became the second city in the world, with Robert A. Van Wyck as mayor. At the city ball as large crowd gathered early to witness the Induction ot the new mayor. Floral pieces were strewn in every direction. A tiger in yellow and black Immortelles, resting in a bed of roses, was one ot ths must noticeable decorations. At ten minutes to 12 o'clock Van Wyck entered his offioe. He was greeted b& Mayor Stronf, Msyor G lesson and Mayor Wunder. The four men chatted some lime and a big crowd of ofllce holders and ax-office holders made a circle around them. About minute before 12 o'clock Mayor Strong said: "Mr. Van Wyck, ths people ot this new city, made up of five boroughs and 3,500,000 people, have decided that yon should be the first mayor and descend from yonr position as judge to assume the position of magis trate. My impression Is that this old city of New York, that is passing away, will contribute s,i,uou,uou,ouo worth or prop erty to the new city of which you will tie mayor; $3jo,ooo,ouo bankiug stock aud 1,000,ooo,ukj devosiu. And you will take charge of this borough alon with others and you will always feel, I know, that It is the brightest little jewel In the cluster of five. You have been chosen chief executive of oue ot the largest cities lu the world. I congratulate you aud welcome you as mayor of Greater New York." Mayor Van Wyck, lu reply, said: The people have chosen me mayor. I received the office from them and to them 1 will answer." After great shaking of bands, the cere mony as completed. Mayor Van Wyck anuouueed the fol lowing appolutments: John Vthalen corporation counsel; Thomas J. Brady, commissioner of buildings; James P. Keating, commissioner of highways; Ueury L. Kurley, commissioner of public buildings, Ughtlug aud supplies; Wil liam Tllton, commissioner of water tup ply; James Kane, commissioner of eew ers; Thomas J. Lautry, commissioner ot corrections; George C. Clausson, presi dent ot park board; August J. Moebns aud George L. Brewer, park commission' era, Peter F. Meyer, J. Sargent Terrel aud Charles Murphy, members of dock board; Thomas L. Feltner, dent ot tax board; Bernard J. York, B. Sexton, John L. Hamilton aud W Phillips police commissioners. Yor Sextou are democratic members; 11 ton aud Phillips republican. Yorl Phillips came from Brooklyn; 8 aud Hamilton from New York. CASK VKCIDKU. Railroad Important Compaar Wlna aa Caaa at Baata Pa, In the case of Josephine Deserant against the Cerrlllos Coal Railroad com pany, which had been on trial tor two weeks at Santa Fs, ths jury on Thursday night returned verdtot In favor of the defendant. This was a most surprising result, and would reflect great credit on MJ r Twitchell, who appeared for the Company, It the public felt satisfied thai the verdict was an honest one. Mrs Deserant sued tha company to recover damages for the loss of ber husband and two sons who were killed by the eiplo slon In ths White Ash mine at Cerrlllos In 18UB. On a former trial, In 18U8, a jury gave her I'Jo.OOO damages. On the trial just closed ths ease la her favor was much stronger and clearer than on tha first trial, and tha common talk among all classes of people In Santa Fe la tbat ths Jury was corrupt aud dishon est, and the names of several prominent eltlxens ot that place ars freely men tioned on the streets aa tha agents through whom tha jury was "Axed." Out of the plaintiffs counsel said to Tag Citikkn reporter this morning that in bis opinion It was not within the limits of possibility that twelve boneet men could have agreed on such a verdict, and that the ease mada was such as might have justified a peremptory Instruction from the court In favor ot the plaintiff. He further said that he had strong hopes ot getting the verdict set aside next week by Judiie Laughlln. Messrs. Meld ana Clancy, or Albuquer que, are the attorneys of the plaintiff, aim k. h. i witcheii, or Las Vegas, eon' ducted the defense. Cyrus McDaniels, of San Rafael, came In from the west last night, to enjoy the ew tear noiuiay. tie gives me Infor mation that the cattle Inspector Is hold ing at or near Grants about 40U head ot cattle, a majority of the u umber supposed to be stolen. Home ot the cattle have been re branded, while others appear as If the old brands have been burued off and otherwise disfigured. Mrs. George Wheat, of Ijm Vegas, who was here ou a visit to her sister, Mrs. John Rueb, returned to Las Vegas last nigni. Attend the Willies' entertainment at the opera bouse this evening. Man; Persons Injured ia a Car- ni.al Parade. Woman In Boston Convicted of Mor- dertnr Ber RlraL Important Order Regarding- tha Dltpoai- tloa of Papllt In ladlaa Schools. race tcaiii ron alaiea. New York, Jan. 1. In a carnival parade last night an accident occurred In which fifteen persona were seriously hurt. It la feared that the Injuries ot soma may prove fatal. The horses draw- log the first Chicago carriage ran away, plunging Into a throng of people. The following la tha list of tha Injured: Philip Artel I, contusion ot face, arms and legs; Charles H, Cross, legs broken and Internal Injuries; Charlea D. Dunandl, bruised about the body, inter nally Injured; Lewis Hemes, body, legs and hands crushed; Henry Karnoll. Dugera crashed, legs hurt; Max Klatckln, bruised, Internally Injured; Louis Bernea, hands crushed by being pushed under a uanle car; Benjamin Morton, legs and arms severely bruised; Vlncenao Romano, severely bruised about the head and body; Joseph Raskin, fractured skull and other Injuries; Morris Rosenberg, bruised About body and back Injured; Carl Romagnano, laceration ot legs, internal Injuries; Jsmes Thompson, contusions ot face and body; Lndwlg Wendenworth, Internal Injuries. - At least a doten othera received minor Injur lee and were attended by neighbor' lug physicians. aCPPLIM POK KLONDIKE. Liaotaaant Praatoa Will Have Charg ml the Arm 7 Tack Tralaa. Washington, Jan. 1. The war depart ment haa placed Lieutenant Guy H. Pres ton, Uth cavalry, in charge of the army pack trains that arc to undertake to get supplies Into the Klondike region. Lieu tenant Preston has been In Washington tor some time. His principal assistant will be Lieutenant Jamea Ryan, loth cavalry, who gathered up the pack trains at Forts Washakla and Robinson. Mall Order (liven Careful Attention and Promptly rilled fTlTTTl n ran lUuiUI G A gent a for Butter Ick's Patterns and Dr. Jaeger's Underwear. Every One is Happy Who trade at tho Big Store, and why should'nt they be when wo sell them such good goods for so little money ? Wo will mako special drives in tho various departments to reduco our stock be fore taking inventory. Don't fail to take advantage of this cut sale and YOU will have A Happy Blew Year ! Oallty at Mardar. Boston, Jan. 1. A verdict of guilty was returned by the jury In tha case ot Mrs. Nellie Peterkln, ot New York, eharged with manslaughter In causing tha death ot Mrs. Catherine 8. Murphy at tha latter' borne, October last The murder was the result of Jealousy on the part of Mrs. Peterkln. P-duoatloa of ladlaaa. Washington. Jan. I. Commissioner of Indian Affairs Jones sent a communica tion to Chairman Sherman of the house Indian committee urging that a clause be Inserted In the Indian appropriation bill authorixlng the commissioner ot In dian affairs to transfer advanced pupils from boarding and day schools on any reservation to advanced schools on or off reservations In the sams or other states without the consent ot the parent, or whenever. In bis Judgment, the Interests of such pupils will be subserved by such transfer. To tha Ladlaa. My health demands a change to a lower altitude, aud during my absence, which Is the dull season, my store will be closed. In view thereof, all millinery goods left over from the fall and winter season will be sold at cost for the next ten Days. Come early aud secure first class, up-to- date Dargains. mkh. mci'hkiuht. No. 812 West Kallroad Aveuue, IVES, THl FLORIST. For Cut K towers on all Occasions. ALHIUI fcHUlK, NKW MKXIVO. In Closing O in OliristiricLs Campaign We want to return sincere thanks for the largest trade we ever had, and to wish our patrons all over New Mexico and Ariiona a happy and prosperous New Year. We take our annual inventorv January 3, and, until then, our prices all through 6ur fine stock will be unusually low. Sincerely yours, PUt L Ml HOa.lt. ....Leading Jeweler ... WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware. Aa Old Man Hutrharad la HI. Ba Mia Uaua Hubbad. bt. Louts, Mo., Jan. 1. John Do aged 70 years, a highly respect, wealthy citizen ot Hellevtlle, 111 found dead In his bed to-day, hi" having been crushed by a blunt meut In the hands of robbers, sacked the house for valuable caped without leavlug a clue s ' Identity. Doering lived alone lu hi i. as he did not appear at tb , . this morning his neighbor i. son, who investigated ar . father dead. Juhu Due . . . father of ex-City Trcasr ' Helleville, ill- who co' i " about a year ago, wheu accouuls was discovers i art ewnaaa Cut la V Taunton, Mass Ja been posted lu the C a reduction of 11 f In the wage scale. Hla I Cairo, 111., Jan night fire broke ou the Ohio levt soon In ruins, ted to the Clt. Mid .otel ' was ' nlca-lldlllg f Kltl (Hove Special. Beautiful line of Ladies' Mocha Gloves ia all the popular shades of New Blue, Navy, Oxblood, Green, Grey, Mode, Brown, Tan, Violet, Red and Black. These were ordered for the Holiday trade, but arrived too late. To close them out we will sell them at f 1.1 ff. These are the regular $1.50 Glove. Just Received. A lovely line of Children's Gloves in all the new shades. Also a complete line of Ladies' Gauntleta and Driving Gloves. New Yenr'u Present. We still have a choice selection of fine Im ported China and Cut Glass that we are sell ing at cost. Nothing nicer for a handsome Nw Year'a present. Cloak Special. For one week we will make a 10 per cent reduction on all of our Capes, Jackets and Cloaks. We have the largest and most ele gant assortment in the city. Call and see our styles and prices. Drenn Good Announcement. Our new arrivals in this line will make the lovers of the beautiful happy. We can now show you the most beautiful line of high noveltiea in Drew Patterns, Brocades, Fancy Borders, High Art Plaids, Fancy Two Toned Weavers Plain and Figured Dreas Goods. If you are thinking of a new dress call and see us. 1 Necktie Special. One lot of Men's scarfs in Evening Shades and Dark Colors, at each ... 1 So TTTT -TS-TSBTT -TTft IBISSCKlj E.L. For WASHBURN & CO. Clothing. Men and Boys. Our clothing is made by the best tailoring houses in America. Per fect fit and serviceable. Prices tho lowest for good clothing in our city. Railroad Avenue, - Albuquerque AGENTS UK McCall Bazaar Patterns. All Patterns 10c and 15c N JN4 HlG.-ii K. THE ECONOMIST MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day aa Received. 234 tallroarj vnus, elbuquraue, N. M. TIIE BEST L1U1ITED 8TOIIE IN TIIE CITV. We Take Inventory Next Week ! And in order to reduce our stock to the lowest possible limit, we will sell Dry Goods of all kinds without profit. Now here is an opportunity to lay in a year'a supply. Ladlen' JWrappern. Made of Fine Quali ty Flannelette. Made like cut, dark colors only, full sweep and want lined. Only t)i0 Each. re He) Good. Ladies' cloth, 50 inch wide, all wool. I Reg- oc goods, to close out, only -ilc. Ladies' Cloth, i inch wide, all and black. Kegmar 05c -olors WE WELCOME '08. jjHERE'S TO ITjjj May the New Year witness the great est shoe selling ever seen in this house; may we do better by you and may you do as good by us may the shoes of '97 see you safely into '98, and may they lead you to come to us' for the next pair needed. We arc not saying much about selling at cost, but we are selling the shoes. GEO. C. GAINSLE Y & CO., Reliable Shoe Dealers. "Veave Fancy Serges v green and plum, rt Alio, tion. propor- IleiiiiuiutH, Ken. During the big rush i. accumulated a big lot of i . Goods of all kinds, which we a Remnant Counter at one-half reg Underwear. By an error the manufacturer ahipped us one case Ladies' Underwear 60 daya later than he should have done. They were bought to sell for 35c, but on account of mis-shipme' t take them for "i'ie each. See window display. Gents' Underwear. See window display. One case of men's ribbed grey fleeced underwear, bought to sell at 65c each, but on account of late shipment, take 'em for 4 Do each. Gents' Wool Ovemhlrta. See window display. A manufacturers' sample line of men's fine wool overahirts, worth up to $3 each take your pick of any in the lot for only 95c. Men's Slippers. Broken sizes of men's house slippers, all sizes, from 6 to 10, goods among the lot worth up to $2 50 -take your pick for only 75c. Men's Neckwear. -ur fine Tecks and PuSs, which sold up ach take your pick for only 5t INDKEKCHIEFS. .ilef. eolleefed from the Holiilav Haudkrehle( "hows aud ruin ot our Holiday Handkerchief selling thrown MUMSKD ANI ... Over a thnuHund eUd, muaed. crumplHd and duo., front the wiuilnws, aale taM, store shows and shelves lu liiUi two luls. ulacanlt'd fte atid He. Women's plain hemstitched, Woiun's embroidered anil seollupel stives. Women's hemstitched and embroMered cor ners, every hau lkerchlef more or lees soiled aud mussed durlug (he great holiday selling, go ou the bargain Table foe Be aud 9e each. Iara "TP"