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rnv Daily Wf-VavV JOB PIllNTISO i V la all its mnnaroaa ad itnrm 9 4 Weodia Dutty aona at izm. LBUQUEBQIE iTP BOOK BU?DI5Q s . VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 21, 1090. NUMBER 131. A ClT X ! .1 WAR RUMORS . TERSELY STATED ! Officers of the Maine Say the Explo sion was External. COURT OF INQUIRY Waahlngton, March 21. It fan be stated positively and authoritatively that the report of tha court of Inquiry into the Maine dtaaater had not dm) received np to noon to dajr. Prwiit official tn formation In that the report la n4 likely to be here before before Thtira la; or Fri day. The ratine of the delay I not known, but It U awiumed that the con cluslonn of the court are not yet In alien exact form a to warrant earlier pre seutatton. The government has male no further purrtiaae of war ehlpa, but negatlalioiia on that line hare been productive of at leat one Important result, namely, ett tahltelilng that oulee the bitlleehlp General U'lllgglns become the property of the United 8tates It mill not be told tall. Spain will not be able to aecure thla war veaeel. Practically the aame Condition obtain a to the Argentine armored eruleer. Ban ilartlno. It la undoubtedly true that the Malne'i officer who reached here expremed their perm nal opinion that thecauae of the ex ploalon was Mtwnal.. TO INVKMIttATK. Cungrta will Take TaMlmnay aa the Coo dltlaa af Cub. Washington, March 21. Repreeenta ttve Wheeler to-day Introduced In the limine the following: Resolved, that a Joint eommltiee ei'OHiellng of even tueuibera of the senate aiid seven mem bers of the hone be created to consider the question of our retatlous Willi Spain. That such committee be authorised to end tor persons and papers, take evi dence and report with as little delay as possible the conditions that prevail In Cuba; what part of the Ppanleh debt la a burden upon the revenues collected In the Island, the protection given Amer icana aud American Interests by the BpauUb and the truth regarding the In- humaullUs and atrocities. BtLIKr Hill Survivors mt Mains Oliuuur Balmbaraad for Loea bj CuBirtM, Washington, March 21. In the house the speaker recount led Boutelle, chair man of the committee ou naval affairs, who called up the bill for the relief of the survivors and victims of the Maine disaster. Bontaiie said that the purpose and provisions of ;he bill were well un derstood and thought that debate was un necessary. Bailey said there was no dis position on his side of the house to de bate the bill. Without debate therefore, the bill was read by sections tor amend ment. Cannonchairman of the committee on appropriations, offered an amendment to allow the officers aud men twelve months pay without rations In full eompensa , tion for losses sustained. Be thought that the provk'ju for compensation for actual losses might lead time of the sur vivors Into the temptation of magnify ing their claims. Boutelle explained that the bill had beeudrawnalongthellnes of theblllpa)- I for the relief of the Famoan victims. Thecon.iuittte did not believe that the survivors tdiould be reimbursed beyond the actual lueses lucurred. The houee rejected the Cannon amend ment and passed the bill unanimously, liepreseutulive CouhIus made an elo quent speech announcing that the patient and patriotic people were ready for the truth and would do their duty. The bouse took up the private calen dar. Naval Court or Inquiry. Kev West, March 21. The naval court of Inquiry to Investigate the loss of the battleship Maine resumed its sessions this morning on the battleship Iowa. Namad Ilia Albany Washington, March 31. Secretary Long has re-chrlstened the cruiser Ah ruell, purchased from Brazil, the Al bany, In honor of the cupltal of the em pire state. KauMta i'lijr Markal. Kansas City. March 21.-Cattle Re celpte.3.000. Market steady to strong. Texas ateors. f2.D063.oO; Texas cows, 13.40(44.30; uatlve steers, :i 7&3B.20; Dative cows aud heifers, 1.7.Vtf 00i tocksrs and feeders, 13.005.15; bulls, 2.tt5art.OO. gheep Receipts, 2,000; market, Arm. Lambs, f l.4Sa5.S3; muttons, 13 60(4 fltO. Senate Aujouroa. Washington, March 81. The senate, after passing some minor bills, to which there was no objection, adjourned until to-morrow. Tan HotlL. found, Chicago, March 21. Th remains of A. M. Petersou. shipping clerk of the W. A. Olmstead Bclentltlc company, and C. II. Hamilton Watches. 17 Jewels, adjusted to heat and cold and rated in three positions; a more accurate timepiece you cannot buy. Price a 1 Jewel Elgin Watchei, the 2ES "W 123 IES JL T? ,SP Xei dixie Jowolor. Eatabliahed 1888. - - STILL IN SESSION. Amis, partner In the Olmstead company, were recovered In the ruins of the Kmer- on building today. Ten bodies have tieen found so far. Ohliaa ntoaa Maikat. Chicago, March 21. Cattle Receipts, 14.000 Usrket strong to 10c higher. Beeves, 3.90i4BJiO; eows aud heifers, 125H uB; stoekersand femlera, S.3.4CK3 4.N); Texas steers, $3f534.&0. bheep Receipts. Itf.OUO. Market firm to loc higher. Native sheep, :4.85f 4.70; westerns, 4 &K4.53; lamb, f 4 4liY65, Death of Prominent I'athalla. Louisville, Ky , March 21. Granville W. Binuh, one of the most prominent lay men of the Cathode church lu America, died to day. He was the founder and at one,, time president of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America. nioMl riant. rinevllle, Ky, March 21. In the light yesterday on tluckett's creek, llanlan comity, three men were killed and two Injured. The killed are Th&d. Hnelllng, Joseph Leroy and Wee. Taylor. They were drinking when a qnarrel arose. Mallrnail Dtpot Hnrnal. New York, March 21. The Pennsylva nia railroad depot at Jersey City was damaged by Ore to day to the extent of 1100,000. Much United States mall mat ter was destroyed. RICPOHT ON THI MAINS. It la la tha HanSa of Raar Admiral Sleard at Kay Wnl. Key West, March 21 Judge Advocate Marlx, of the court of Inquiry, came ashore at 3 o'clock this afternoon. a oompaoted by an armed orderly from the Iowa, who carried a bulky package of official documeuU which waa handed to Rear Admiral Bicard. It is believed that the document contain the full findings of the court of Inquiry. Lieutenant Com' mander Marlx refused either to denyor confirm, but an officer from the Iowa said that the documents were the report on the Maine disaster. The papers were Immediately examined by Rear Admiral Slcard aud Commander West. It If pre sumed that If these documents are the autlously expected report that they will be taken to Washington to-morrow by Lieutenant Commander Maris. FATAL rlHK. aavarnl Man Hnrnad ta I.atn tn Lad--lug btonaa. Butte, Mont, March 21. The Rale houe, a three-story boarding aud lodg ing houe for men In the employ of the Anaconda company, burned this morn ing. There were 400 men In the build lug. Of these mauy are now lu the boa pltals; others who escaped almost with out clothes are scattered all over town. Estimates of the dead, which now rnn up to 23, may be cut down as the men re port for duty or to the police. Bixty did not show up at the mines, though many of these doubtless are with friends. Kire escapes mostly In rear of the building were ued by the men who could reach them. Those In front, how ever, crowded to the windows. Many of these were taken out by means of ladders put up by firemen. Others Jumped and were Injured. The air was bitterly cold. It will be some time before a complete roster of the Injured ean be . had. Matt Doyle, Injured by jumping, died at 10 o'clock; Frank Rhodes, Injured by jump ing, Is dying; John T. Carter, burned about heal aud neck; Mike Judge, right arm broken In jumping from the third story; John Dugan, bead Is crushed aud olherultM) hurt atxmt the body; he jumped from the third story; Newt. Gallagher, bark sprained; Tim Ryan, leg broken; Hugh Boyle, leg broken; Patrick Gllllgan, badly burned The loss on the hotel will amount to t.iO.OUt. Tf.KHOKILU II V TUIOIIS. Whlla Fbh ttalaad by lpamloaa. and tha Mllltarjr to UUparaa Tb.ai. Washington, March 31. Information has reached the war department that the rowdy element In Alaeka have seized Dennett's road, leading over the White Pass and placed the country In a state of terror. Instructions were telegraphed to day to General Merrlam, commanding the department of the Columbia at Van couver. Wax!)., to order the Infantry gar rison at hkaguay to taks proper steps tor the protection of persons and property lu the disturbed regions regardless of ex pense. rlHK AT CHI14GO Una of lha Tall HuIIiIIuk. In Ilia Wlndj 1'lly Hurna. Chicago, March 21. Kire this after noon destroyed the seven-story structure known as the Bcboneman building. Sev S'iS.OO Standard Railroad Watch . 30.0O R. It. Av., Albuquerque. N. M. eral people escaped by the fire ears pes. The elevator boy made a trip to the upper fl tors and la believed to have perished. It la not believed that any other lives were lost. The burned strncture was located between two "sky-scraper" build ings, the Old Colony and Manhatter. Neither waa damaged, but there waa much excitement among the occopauts. Loss on buildings, f 225.000. CanArmed IS let JaMlna. Washington, March II. The senate to day conllrmed the nomination of Webster Street, chief justice of the supreme court of Arlxona. WANTS CBASOI OF VBHl'l. QaaaaUa Glvae ftotloe to Caurt Domnrrar In Water Corapaa t'aaa Aranad. The case of the city of Albuquerque and the bestrd of education against the Mater Supply company of Abuquerque came np before JuiIks Cruiupacker this morning 'li a demurrer Hied by the defendant to the hill of complaint. ( hUMersAix.fi son represented the defendant, and Neill B. Meld and City Attorney Lee V . plain tiff. Mr. Itohwui mails an argument to the court in favor of the demurrer, aud Mr. Held did not fliil-ih his reply wheii the time was up, so the matter was ad jmrned over until Wednesday morning. In the case of the Territory vs. Klens Mar4, the plea of not guilty was with drawn by the defendant's attorney lor tha purpose ot demurring to the coin plaint. In the cse of the territory vs. Thomas Lyons, ths former plea waa withdrawn and a demurrer Died by the defendant's attorney. The caee of ths territory vs. Kdward Vail was dismissed by the territory on account of the plea of former jeopardy. In the cane of the Goiicales, Indicted for ninrder, a notice for a change of venns was given by Attorney K. V. Chavrx. The matter will be presented aume lime this week. Airwrto Cevsda and Toma Archlheqne. Indicted for arson, were arraigned thle morning and pleaded not guilty. A. H. wycoff, llorton Moore and Marcus C. de Bsca represent ties defendants. The de fendants wars ordered In co-don' r uutll they furnlehed a bond ot f 1.000 ea- h. In the cans of Klolsa Luna ds Bergere and Alfred Bergere, her hntband, vs. .lohn Irving, Henry Wray and William Prater, ejectment, on rhange of venue from Valencia county, plaintiffs dismiss ed without prejudice. In ths raw of Minnie Van Rergen-IInw ard vs. William Leigh Howard, a decree pro confess) was entered and the case re ferred to Judge Im as msHter. In ths matter of ths estate of Maximo Abrnn, Rayos Hallegos de Abmn, execo trlx. the motion to dismiss tha appeal waa overruled. After several motions abont civil cases were disposed of ths petit jury of the county was empanelled and twenty-three Jurors were found qualified, ot which P. A. Mllv. David KeleW and J. G. Karick were excueed. Venire No. t was Issued for seven talesmen, returnable at 2 p. m. This afternoon the case of the terri tory vs. Ollglo Torres, indicted for as sault with In'ent to murder. Is being tried. District Attorney Kinieal Is prose cuting and llorton Moore defending. COMMKHOIAL f l.l'H MEkTIMO. Sncar Boat Tartar? la Slant A BMn Grande Valley ravtvry. The Commercial club held a very Im portant business meeting last Baturday ulght aim several matter of vital Inter eel to this community were discussed aud decided upon. A letter was received from Industrial Commissioner James A. Davis, of the 8huU Ke. stating that It responsible par ties lu the country tributary to Albu querque would guarantee to devote 10, 000 acres of laud to ths cultivation ot the sugar baet for the next five years there would be no trouble to get the capital necessary to erect a large sugar beet fac tory In Albuquerque. This was au enter pries of considerable pith and moment and the members ot the club beguu todiecunt ways and means of carrying it Into elf eel. lion, fckil. Luna, ot Valencia county, who had beeu luviud to be preeeut at the meeting, expressed hiiuei-lt as convinced that the project was feasible aud that tha uecessary number of scree could be guaranteed without any dillii'ulty. It was the opiniou of the club thtt a committee hhouid be appointed to work up ths beet sugar proposition and net contracts with the valley farmers for a s perilled number of acres each. Presi dent Marrou appointed on this commit tee. boI. Luna. M H. Otero, Lor Ion Mil ler, W. 8 Burke and Wallace Hesseldeu. Ths committee held a uieellug yester day afternoon and orgaulied by electing Wallace lleeeeldeu chalrmau, and Uirlon Miller secietarv. The country tribu tary to the city was divided among the different members ot ths committee, and the work of gettiug lauds guaranteed will commence at ouce. Another matter. s court only lu import ance to ths above, came up aud was acted ill) 11. It was decided to aex ins t-anis Ke to run an exeur-lon through the Rio Grande valley from Denver in Juue, when the National Mudloal as-tociauuu Ot the United Htbtes meets lu that city. The plan is to have the train pass through the valley in ute nay iim ; leave Denver In the ulght and arrive In Raton for tireakfoet, aud reach this city early in the event nir. where the party will stay over nlirht aud be entertained at the (oicmercal cub. The next morning they will go on down to Kl Pao. and thus the nariy will nave seen meenure iruiiej The object Is to advertise the advantages of the entire Bin Grande valley and uot any particular section of it. Preeldeut Rlplev, of the Santa Ke, reached the city last nlBht. on his Way to the west. O. N. Marrou and Dr. Wroth Interviewed him on the subject of I he eicurslon. aud Mr. Ripley expreeeed liltu oelf as strongly In favor of it and advised them to correepoiid wim v ioh rreeiiient Morton and complete ths arrangements for the excursion as soon as poesible. Kacea on Sunday. The Driving association announces races for Holiday next, at fair grounds, old town. I'Mirram and entries will be nulilixhed later til the week. The free for-all trot will bring out Johnnie nilkes, A'lul, the Texas stallion, with a mui k of il 2:i aud other binmI performers. Racing colors will be worn bv riders In ths runnliitr races. Pools will lie sold on ths races down town during the week, aud 011 the track ou Bunday In addition to pool selling, a reepoiiKilile book niaksr will lay odds against every norse start' lnir fhs aesoclation will continue to give theee races every Hiiudav afternisn from next Holiday on. It is their intention to interext the beet elate ot me puiilic, ami with this end they will Insist 011 racing he 11 a conducted in a straigntiorwani maimer. Any rider or driver reasonably siiHpected ot "jockeying" or pulling, will lie promptly suepeurted uy the juugee. Hhlrt waist sets In endless variety. All ths latest uoveltles at Ilfeld tiros'. Anyone returning lost scarf pin to Geo. T. llluut will receive reward. Freeh dsn by express to-morrow mora lug. Ban JObK Mahkkt. BLACK JACK GANG ! Last of the Border Desperadoes Sllot and Killed. New War Ship Amizonis to bt Christened the New Orleans. the Government will fx mi as the DtbU al Pacific Railway. MuiDittt if iRpun maiToaT. El Paso. Texas. March 21. -The "Black Jack gang has aflast been extermi nated. Tbetr camp In the Sierra Mod re mountains was surrounded by Mormoua and the entire party ot nine men shot and killed. February 3, Mrs. A. F. McDonald, a member ot the Mormon Colony at Mound Valley, forty miles east of Casas Orandes, Mexico, was murdered by two members nt the gang and her stors looted. The avenging angels ot the Mormon church were Cummlmlnued to hunt down the murderers, and did their work well. racirio RAILWAYS. They Hail Arrange ta ray Thalr bebla ta tha Uavornniant. Washington. March II. The senate committee on Paclflo railways to-day de cided to report bills for the settlement of the Central Pacific and Blonx City and Pacific debts. The secretary of the treas ury, secretary of the luterior and attor aey general are created a committee to settle the debt and make such extension as may be necessary to secure the gov ernment's Interest. . In the ease of the Central Paclllc, an amendment was adopted providing that the full amount ot the government's principal and Interest tniiht be paid. No limitation was placed on the Bloux City aud Pacific Ta Ha Namad tha Maw Orlanna. Washington, MarohZl. Secretary Long has laeued an ordtr to-day that the Ama sonaa erulner receuily purchased at New i!astleon-Tyue from the Braxllian gov ernment hereafter shall bear the name of New Orleans In honor ot the principal city of the Louislaua. tnlaata Unit Btarkat. Chicago, March 21. Wheat March, 1 08; May, 1.M V Corn March,2H.c, Uay, 2s 1,0. Oats-March. J5',e: May. nrawaa hy n Mob. Muskotee. I. T- March 81. Kdward Chalmers, a negro, and wife, white, Wore killed yesterday b; a Bwb of six white men. Chalmers made a good flgut, and auiea one 01 ins assaiiauta. Staney M uktv New York, March 21. Money on call, nominally, at lHia Pr cent. Prime mercantile paper, H''st!- per oeut. Sllvar and Han. New fork, March 21. Bllver, Coe; Lead, 13.60. loiunr. New York, March St. Copper, 11. DAYLIGHT HOHHKBY. Aba Mayan, Colored, Holda t'n an Old Man for 104. Abe Meyers, a colored man, followed an old while mau to the rear of P. Badarae- eo s saloon ou north Third street at alniut IM o'clock teHlerday afternoon, and ter ror It ml him Into givtug up B la cash and a check for $IKU. the mau who was held np Immediately untitled the otllcers and a hunt waa at ouce commenced for the robber. Meveis hid In some adobes in the block in the rear ot O W. Btroug's furniture store and when he feared he was going to bs cap lured, he came out in the alley aud ran west. Marshal 1'oliart ran him a race up Tljeraa road, and came upon his man on the etreel lu trout 01 the church ot the Immaculate Conception, lie called to him to stop and submit to be arrested. Mey ers stubbornly relueed to follow the mar- -hall to the jail, aud when the latter took him by ths arm to lead him. Meyers struck at him, but missed. The marshal applied his billy to the burly negro's head and caned upon auoluer colored man to aaeiet lu taking biui to the jail. Meyers immediately commenced Untie iterations on the marshal's colored as- xlstbut.butwas badly worsted In the com bat. He then followed his csntors to the city Jail under protest, makiug the air blue with bis curses as lie did so. V ben searched ths check was found In his possession, but ths Qve dollars lu cash had already been spent aud was the cause ot the uirly jsg which he sported at the time ol Ills arrest. Meyers will probably have his pre limliiary hearing before Justice Craw ford this afternoon. Special ( (Ulcer McMlllen arrested three vagrants In a sealed car again last nivht aud they will be given a hearing before Justice trawrord tins afternoon. Good Advertising M altar. Secretary Lorlon Miller, ot the board of immigration haa received a sample of Bulletin No. 1, dealing with the climate, mineral springs aud schools of the tor rltory, which is a part ot the literature which the board Is having printed for imm. The bulletin Is of a riiiht slxs to put in a letter aud ought to be very popu MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES These goods a-e from the largest manufacturers of Chil dren's Shoes in the country and are good, reliable goods. Just received, JVXisses Sizes 1 1 yi to 3. Taa and Hl.iclc, Cloth Topi and All Leather. PRICE, $1.50. Children's Sizes 8 to ii. Same goods as above. PRICE. $1.25. Ws employ a shoemaker and will do your repairing as cheap a anyone, aud uothlug but the bust leather used lu our work. GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO., zsicjxa.'dzj'bi gmon dxi &.Tjmix. lar with people wishing to send away J'f Mexico advertising matter. Mr aliller expeote a large suuply ot them la afowdav. Two other bulletins will be Insued. . No. will deal with agriculture and norticuuare and No. a with the mm log ludusiry. la tha Soda Mnalnaaa. John Arntaen, a well-known young gehtlsman ot the city, haa purchased the murines! ol the Coyote miring Mineral rtter Company from Oeorge K. Neher, sud took rharga a mile proprietor this ruoruiug. IMS ciTicxN extends lla Cou giatulatious to Mr. Arntxn, and wishes mm success. Do at Like Low Wacna. The aim trac tors changing the track at Che Aigortoii etdliig tor the tMtnta Fe railway, bad a strike on tbetr bands laet Hatorday on aeouuut of the low wages pai l tns workmen, and lor a lime It looked like a riot; but wiser heads got arouud the several agitators and order waa preservid. B'lerili hut. bell, how ever, waa lutormed yesterday about the ilnre and toe ugliueseof some of the man, and stood In readiueea to send op a iif jly to uuell any dlHturbanoe that ohould arms. Jo-day It Is learned that the strikers hare returned to work and all signs ot trouble have disappeared. fnOMINKNT VlalTOHJi Mt.KM. Hon. It. C. Karana and Party Rpand a Plneaaat lay In Albaqaerqao. Hon. K. C. Kerens, of Bt. Louis, and party arrived In the city Baturday night in the palatial private ear, Katheryne, ot ths Weel Virginia Central A Pittsburg railroad, In which Mr. Kerens Is heavily In urea ted. u well aa In the Bt Louis X San Francisco. Mr. Kerens Is ths na tional republican committeeman from Missouri aud one ot the leading republi cans nf the southwest. Accompanying Mr. Kerena were his daug'iter Katheryne, Mr. Hoper, president of lee Plntneh Uas Light company of New York; Miss May Boner. Father Bher- an and Bam. Klklna, ot Cerrllloa. The party spent yesterday In the eity and were taken out tor a drive by a number of our citisena In ths afternoon. The local people In the party were Mrs. Sol. Luna urs. rl. Otero, judge and Mrs. . C. Cottier and 0. N- Marron. Trimble's tally bo was engaged for the purpose, aud the tl.titors were shown ail the points ot interest In the city and vicinity. They were all very much delighted with what they saw, and expressed themselves In extraTagaut terms while praising Albu querque Iho party went west laet nitriit. and after it. ng one day In PIiuj nix they win p'oceed to southern California. nr.MH.or a. r. rokkmtion. Tha SS SCvaat Oornmd at tha Maaldenea nf Jamas A. Sniumere. A. K Robertson died at 8 o'clock Tester- day afternoon, at the residence ot his son- lu-mw, James A. Hummers, corner ot Sixth -treet and Roma avenue, after a shoi t Unless of pneumonia; aged 77 yeara. I n. ueceased nad been a resident ol thta r'-y tor three aud a halt yeara. He waa t! a on the north hrancu ol the River i.nx Raisin, In the county ot Olen- gerv, Ontario, Canaila, and. aa s-atrj above, was 11 vears of age at tiie - ,ue ot his death, lis left Canada oius u..iv roara ao aud resided In Bnaiksvllla, Kansas, (ur about a year. He left there, removing to lienver, Colo., where he resided continuously uutll about eleven years ago, and where he was for a number ot years In the employ ot the Denver x Klo Urande railway as super intendent of bridge building. Leaving Denver, he took up hts residence for the next six years at (Georgetown, N. M.. and from there returned to Denver, where he remained uutll be removed to thla city and took np his home with his daughter, Mrs. J auiea a. Hummers. An aired wife, seven daughters and two sons, one of the latter being B. C. Robert son, now on hia way to the Alaskan gold Uelds, are left behind to mourn the death of a good husband and Indulgent father. telegrams bave been sent to toe absent daughters, three of whom reside In Den ver, Informing them of the death of their father. The funeral cortege will leave the resi dence of Mr. Hummers at 2 o'clock p. m. to morrow, and the services will be held at the Presbyterian church at 14:30 o'clock, with burial In Kairvlew ceme tery under the supervision of Undertaker M nitrort. All friends ot the bereaved tamliles are invited to attend. Dcmoeratle Ueleaataa. The city democrats held their primaries laet Baturday ulght, aud sleeted the fol lowing delegates: Kind ward J. 1L Uadilvn, C. U. Loll, u i' n,. ii a u,,,.Lii.. p u ('. . v. . ' l.i , . u . til, J . ... ywrr- grove, U. ti. Btevens, than. Mueephim, W. B. McLaughlin, K. L. Medler and J. U. Mitchell. Beoond ward John Reaveus, IL u. Ilogau, Win. Kieke. Kd. Lemliks, Kd. Medler, F. M. Kddiuge, B. F. Adams, A. D. Johnson, Oeo. L. Hopping. A. L. Par- .ihull. Third ward Gordon D. Pearce. L. T. Delauey, Martin Tierney, C. w, Medler, C. M. Tyler. C. B. Han. ley. Geo. W. Btubbs, f. J. uurpby, i. ft. wiiksrson aud u. a. Marron. Fourth ward John Trimble, P. J. Mo Canua,leo. F. Albright, Bummers Burk hart, Frank McKee. 11. 8. Knight, Kd. Dodd, K. V. Chaves, R. W. D. Bryan aud ieo. 11. Brown. The First ward delegates selected II. C. Orear and W. B. McLaughllu a their candidates for alderman aud school trus tee respectively; tho Third ward, Martin Tierney aud 0. W. Johnston, respec tively. The Second and Fourth ward delegates. on account of failure to decide upou their candidates, referred nominations uutll the city convention, baturday night, March an. iifmnti Mllllnarv On.nln At Mrs K. J. Bayre'a on March 23 and 2d. Ladles are cordially Invited to attend aud uiHpert prices aud quality of her large ....... i .. nun ui K,tMia. Wall paper at Futrelle's. Mall Orders Given Careful Attention and Promptly Filled Our "Ads" Always Have News to Tell. Sometimes it may interest and concern you sometimes not. This time it is good news for those interested in Corsots, Ladies' Fino Neckwear, JJeautiful Dress Goods and Bicycle Suits. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. COR'EIS- in Stjlei. ' DKESS GOODS. Second installment of Hich Novelty Dress Patterns in the New "Bayadere" effects, the prettiest yet shown. Don't wait until they are picked over, but come and get first choice. HILoIPISILIID WHITNEY COflPANY Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Glassware,OLamps. Iron Pipes and Fittings. Largest Stock of Brass Goods in New Moxico. Miner's and Engineers' Supplies. AGENTS FOR McCaU Bazaar Patterns. AH PatUraa 10c and 15c NONE HIGHER. THE BEST To Be Helpful and Homelike. That's an ambition exalted enough for this store. The more helpful we are to our public in their buying, the stronger will be the chain which binds them to thla store. The more homelike and hospitable the store may be, the more attractive it is to those who have money to spend. The money spending time now an anxious time with many who would practice true economy in their purchases. That's where the helpfulness of this store comes in. Sup. pose you put us to the test: Spring DreH (Joods. Taffeta Silks. Frmh from forlnn loom In all that's naw and atylUb n . . . , . . , , and up-to data C(il..rl.iK. Gray. (ir.M. New BIiini. W. nl.,!'50R1??" f 1,hne.V,hd'5 i0.1 8.' i? lnBa,(.raa.rov.rtOraiilt.. VlK.UrHi;alaoalltbuBw P'" 'n1,1.Ua 1Bct'e KhKJs Tff,,u " Chwka and I'lalda and full assortuifiit of all shadaa of lueDm wlJe 0UlT 8ao vrd' Hfiirlxttaa, from 10e a yard up. Fancy iilack Weayt s. Waist Silks. Our Block nevr waa ao eonipleta In liandHorne aud . to pwwl new WalHt Bllki , , th , , . , , -li.Hlva Novelty Vrm 1'atter.ia In tbe New ( repori bilk Check, Plalda, 8trloa and BayaUera effect. In all lha Mlxe.1 VI e.va. and Traverae aud Bayadere 1'opllna; only oue nBWW) Bnrt up.,,, luj ftlorangliif from patUru otaatyla. 60o per yard up. 0Flly Dress Tatterns. Only oua pattern of a color of Foreign Kaiiolea, Novel Ribbon. Hibbonj. Weave and I p t-late Hliaillnsa; 75 pattern to aeleot from, ranKina- la prtea from 50 to $30.00 a pattern aud uo Yarda nnon yarda of all tha latoot atylM In Satin and two alike. Oroa (iraln, Uoira Taffeta, Cord Elgs, Plain Taffeta, Double Kaoed .Satla KibNin, wltb the advaut(re of having a eora Dresti TrilllllliogS aiid Findings, t f"111" ": sl-w the Ready-Ua-I Pleated Ribbon, Many, handaoiu. drees la allied by poor trlmntlng. fSonittt and Uiidlima. Many a modeet (town baa Iwen mada to elva swta ot riououa lu ins weal to enooaa rrom. nearly double aervlea by a proper attention to theea thinira. lu tills a'ora yott will get everything that goea Into the make up of a dreaa of tha beet You'll Hud it will pay you Til Jl6W White tlOOUS. to buy tha lieet, aepeoiaily when tha beat will eoat you here hut a fraotlou, a niera abate more than the poor aorta. We have everything la White Goods, made In Check fenny pinching la tha pooreat kiud of economy, when you're Nalnaook, India Mneus Tarlatana, Organdlea, Hwite, Plain fitting out a dreaa fur tha maker. New atylea juet renelved and 1 tted Piquea, aud a baudaoma eolieetion of rJlripaa, In Trimiulnira, Plain Muxllu de Bole, Mouwellne Pleated Chm-k and Oieuadluea. Prices range from fie a yard op Kuehlug, Klbbon Putting, Kw, Kto. to 75c a yard. At tho Glovo Counter For Eastor. Th new Glove Htoek will nndimbt1iy prove of In- Red Kid, 3-clanp evening glovea 11.00 tereet. Ws Are Agents for the New llxk (Hove, "The Bed Kid, 8 rlaep 1.50 Perfection ot Huok tiiovea." No unHlghtly large hrk Bed Kid, patent Buah hook 1.86 need be ueed any mure. In all the new ahade of Pur- Uiaeee' 8 cla'P gluvea 1.00 plea, Greya, Knirllnb Beds, Willow tireena, New Bluea, All Koeter hook, reduoad to ebe out. Hi white with black stitching, black with white embroidery. AU 4 button, reduced to eluas out 76 STORE! b COKSETS. flij . We have them In all the standard makes' such as the "W. B.,M "Royal Worcester" "Thompson's Glove Fitting," Etc., ia short, me dium and extra long waists, in Black, White, Drab and Fancy; in Cycle, Nursing, Batiste, Misses' anJ Summer Corsets in all qualities from 35 cents to $3.75- Ladies' neckweak. We have a lot ol New Novelties in Neck wear, such as Rushing and Chiffon Boas, Chiffon ard Liberty Silk Stocks and Shirt Fronts, Silk and Mull Ties, Stocks of every description. Embroidery and Lace Effects too numerous to mention. Call and have a look at them. THE ECONOMISTS 204 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, LIGHTED STOKE IN Agents for Batter iclt's Patterns and Dr. Jaeger's Underwear. STYLE 401 IXTRa LGNB WAI5T 1 CORSITS nOI 13 TO 1.M. w) B BICYCLE SUITS. Men's well-made Bicycle Suits ia Service ab'e Colors at $3.75 and $4.50. Also full line of Bicycle and Golf Hose, Sweaters, Caps and Shoes at Special Bargains. i ORDERS Filled Same Received. N. M. TIIE CITY. "a.