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0. Job Printing Alb o ci ElittUE Ik Hook Binding ami Blank Book Vorit orometty enrrirted hi food nvW t THE CITIZEN Btmbry. In ill it numcrmn nd divr r4 b 11 rnf-; a i izln lob Hoom, it: VOLUMF. 12. ALHUQUEKQUK, NliW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 24, 1090. NUMBER 293. The I . J i TRAIN ROBBERY. Missouri Pacific Train Held Up Near Kansas City. British-Venezuela Arbitration Com mission to Med In Paris. Capiala cf a Sn Franclso Yacht Mur dered Dr Bay Urate. 1MMIKSI mo oorrPT. Kanaaa City, 8pt. 34. 9vin mana! mm belli up the. rtnttmnnd' VihmouM a Keltic lawnfr train, known km tin Liltl Kix'k ami WirhtU exprrax. In thf vn iln tiet,Kii l.fol and Imwhoii m veu uilim from Kansas City, at t:4u IunI ti t it lit. 1o inevont lntt(rri'iii'H tlii-y Hint amarheil Ilia If lcKrali lUMtrumttittH ittliH Hilt Line KtttKin, Mini mari-ln-il I ho onerator, 1). M. Ilim), bul.ir- iliem to a I'ifiiil halt a milt" rat. Wlulx to iii-ii rovered llisiy tha tithem 11 KK(1 ttia train n it airiactiml. ai.il qtil'kly covnreil KiiHlueer Hid nun ami Kir.'initi Wentou, anil emu tml'til ilicin to illHinimut, ami iletaolilii" the engine an1 IVtiMlle xprei rar, ran theiu down the tru' k a mile and hull 1 h pining jrt were unmnlxeteri, tmt the porter who alti'iuptrd to Int-rfcm quickly writ to cover lijr a hot At a ilt'wilatx upot the bitKfBKH car wai lirrku Into and a prrat dynamite tii mb plitreil li the throtiuli eate and Ilia local (c wax placed on top of tt. ho ninth fx I Imhivc km ud tliitthrrnri.aliierali Mown to Hpllnterit and i"Hffn thrown away to one nliln of the track. 'IIiIh iik r ii I ti k iiolhliiK lint frHRinentH of the l cal nut pi .11 lil I found, and id" through I' x Ka a r.rerk The rxplnatoii un don tully deetroyed any viilimhleo the ea'e way have fiitaniid. That the r ti r-i tl.emelvea wero imt tilow.i to h'iiim teema HtritliK. I'"' exirean olll taU HlMiilu'ely r f il f 1 t m a I 'it 'limit of their ivh. Maying lui lv t' at It wh 'etna. I." No tatiKlMe clue ti t.e rolbera hat lieen nernred Kxi reil Menei art HlliM told Bl IlltiT e tins Htoy of lilx exp rli'tica with tip M'ltMT He t'( : ',et n ti n w"'!l kill you.' th"v c.'iu'imtilil 'i opened th ii"or and thru inured iuhii gut In. Theyr. rrial rnck (v.T Hi ir arun. () le ii au ft t'ledrs on nie. I'lm untk of on nun "Ilnped in' I trlo'l 'n gn n g ol lio'f at hi in. Quick aa a tlneh he hit ma on t'i" hud with the butt end of hi levolver. Thejr put eeven etickn of dynatuite on the bttf nonihina tlon wale and eet the p rlHie eiife on t' of t'.f dynnniite. Ttf-va t a fu and 1 raw a niati'h mrurk. They juuipd out. baviiiK Dir In tl e cur. I pP-aded with theiu and they tlnally let him jump d"u. Y a'l moved up the oilier aide of Hi roud It mm med an ana a !N. Tho fune apparently nfund to work, liiey nl ma to uncouple the engine from the bun gng rT. Jil't aa I wnh do'cg It tlierr h a 11 1 h and roar, l ion 1 1 in grounii atutmed. When I riciverrd eullich tit to iftln ny feet will one Mild. 'Hit.' I ata tul on tha m i down the track townrda the rent of tha tr'iln, while the r l.liern, who had conie up liy thin time. r)!Hde for the wrecktu pxpreea car AKHITKATION tllMMlHSION Itrl' lliVeneiul lluunilikry 4 ollilliU.liili Will MiHin enliven III fitrl WaHhiiiKlon, Sept. 24. '1 he approach' Inir uieeluiir at 1'tttiH of the lirill-li ei.ezuela cuiirt of arliltrxtiou, ol which C hief J u.it 1 1 V nl.i r an I Justice hrewei are arburat ri in 1 1 hi.lf i f the r pu' lie. will he li.iiil'y h. co, .d hi impii'l'iii' e (. the luielli k hi farm of the P'hcc mii n.p t. r, i wiiiK to the itInih V.'Iiimii Ih riiieed hi Willi the I nl'id htu'ert him (ireat hi i Hill lloru.R the I'letelaod adiuin Mlr.t urn. I he pre .t iil p'en h for t!r cuiirt to huld a preliuii'mri ee-ion in .laniitiv, t which time Jio t-ci Krewer will iro t'i I'tl'. lilt I'hlef .hn lice Kil ler i in t likeiy to to ihe H'hI njeeilnr, aa the hm; rM'e court w ll he v ry ln:y and two ih-ii.Int chihiipI he rpared at 'he aim li ma. Juxiice Hrewr. probably, will mituik-' for a p-stpone iik nt until May, it which tiiue hn mii Chief Justice Kuiler will J In tin oiler arhllralora and tike up tin ae'i'iiM bn-l'iesH of the comm'a slon. Tll ca-ie a'ld counter rs hi iwicn Op ut llntalii Hint Veiifzuelii liuve I e. n conip'eted. ll.e pupern im.ki one of I he most vnluuilliojx Interna tional cniitn versiee ever I roup fit to arid t i-tlon With the reci rd nil nmde tip, i' r ii'iune to lv fcr the o iiiifel tr the twi phrtha to mlnnt lln ir brlefH. The Vi n i hp la brief w ll be prepan d by ex I'reeide' t llarrleon, i x Secretory Traci ant Mr. UIt IVevost. Tin lirni li ar bitratora are headed by Faron Herschel. former 1 rd do uc-l or. The tilth arhl trator U the uotl Kuwian Jnr.nl uliI iu ti inaiioi al law writer, MaerteiiH. CAPTAIN MIKDIIKMI Caulalu or a Nn Fra.ni Iwo l at hl Klllri. if Hay I'lrstrs. Biiusalito, Cal , riept. 24. Captalp llrmiks, of the yucht Chispa, a'ichnrt-d u the etreuui opposite this town, wiih niur dered at l:lu o'clock this innrtiing ty twi buy plrate-i, who hoarded the vce-el, evl deutly belleviug it without a w itiimiau They plundered the luck, rs and were hbout ready to pull ashore In a kiual: hoat when taptaiu hnsiRs and a C 'Pipniiion who had been asleep In the cal In, were amused and came on dirk A deiperale lU'M ensiled ill which C'ep tain Brooks was killed and the other man wounded. The murderers then eecapi d. pulling toward the shore. I'rsltlenllal A itpululiiivots. Washington. Kept 21 The resident to-day aiiii Hince I the following atpolnt nieuta: 8upiriiiteuiletit of the mint al larsuu, ev., K'well IV. tolcnrd, .ev ada; captain In I nlted Slates navy, Com uiander Charles 11 liavia l.ail liuipiir. Waahlngt n. 8 pt. '.'4. Keturns to the geological survey show a total produc tion ot lead In the I' lilted States from all aoiiriins, during the past six mouths of p mm iTrmiTmi rmn rmn nrm rmn rrim rrrrn m rn rmn $ 1 ..WE AIIE.. 1 (I'KMNU an elegant line of Sll. KKV VI:K, tnpii-iog lea Fet, .iter Sets. Cake Ha-kel ii'ul a Nariet of oilier Ih in.'- nl 1. 1 hie for WEDDING OR BIRTHDAY PRESENTS! Call ant S'e us. 'loii will Hind our pries for tin' k' sids in pi ,Uingl low, ROGERS' TRIPLE PLATE KNIVES AND FORKS, $4.50 U.zn. I Uading UwtUr. RAILROAD AVENUE. Alboqucrqor j Hcidqurtm for DIAMONDS, WATCHES, Etc, ifnmiTnnrirairiTiniTnn IMS, wax Inrt.lM net ton ', a compared with 2s,r.i ting during; l'.i", and U, H'.H toua in IH'.ei. The increased produc tion la lBlilicd fully by th notable growth In coiisutuptniii. which Is at the rate of 'J.l'.ooo tons per annum. tine nf the I mnnil.nlnn Cincinnati. Hept. 21 - llr t'hineaa H. Conner, a it I dliignlnlied physician who aerved as aaoslant aurgeim lii the l'nlt-d Mates army during the civil war, has accepted the Invitation of the president to bet ome a tnemlier of the commission to Investigate the conduct nf the war ilepailmeiit. Arrlvvit In l.nnitun. London. Hpt 14 The train with the American peace c.tiiinUtliin on h.iard ar rived here at1'2:'p m. today. I hey will l ave on Monday in Tiling and ar rive at i'arla the snui' evening. IllltS I Mill III slKSS, Hurt .Inn . the I'npuUr Hs 1111 ritrh er, llnys 5ls klrla'i Cigar etnre. Hurl Jones, the fiiiniiua t'il-e ball pitcher, to day purchased Max Klein's cigar and t ohacco elora on Kailroad avenue and will take pvwnsIoii this evening. Mr. Jones will thus become a permanent renHent of Alhuier)ti, which will bo welcome news to the ha e ball fans in particular and all the p-o pie ot Alhuiiieri)'ie In gi'iieral, for iir. limes has ma le Irieinls nl all by his hae hall atlallinn Ills anil ueiilleiiiHlily qual llii'S hiiiI I iik I 11 i.kn tn-speaka lor him a successful IiU'-iik'sh career la Alhu- (jueiiiie, which he deserves. Hint pitched lor I leveiand In the a tiioial league this past season and Would haveplayid with the same club next tear, hut ha reullz d his ambition as a professional hate bail player and there dire coiu'luih'd to settle down ami go into I'li-itieNs. He ulll prove a great addition to the local base ball circh-a as he Is the hsi pl cher that ever threw a hull on the Allmiiiciiiie damoud. Mr. Joins, giaiidlHlher. II. 1.. n llllains, will come down from lienver t) night and visit here for several weeks. Yellow f.-vrr. Jsck ion, Miss , t. tit. 21 Another case of yi ilow fever ha-i upp "irid a Jackson Dr. I'urui If, s'Hto l.ealih nlhcer, ha" iseued a priH'iotinitli'li mlvinliig the total iti I npniiilioii ot the tiiwn. nrriciKH I'kiiMotrii, lingular Army tlltli-ers Iteeelve Keeiianl llou III Yeluulrer Servlre. Waehlnglnn, hept 24 I ho i r slderit has uppoiulellhe fidlowiug named of ilcera brig nller generals of volunters or service In ti e Sai Hugo campaluu: l.l-nt -naiil I'olonel Cluui. I). tele, Klrst l lllted btatia cavalrt; Colonel V m. M wherry, Hixteei th l ulled Slates in 'antry; Colnnel Ji tin II. I'Hge, Third I lilud HIh'is I n t h ii t ry ; Colonel L. (i. i arpenlir. Ihinll nltnl Males lnlai. try ; Lieutenant Colonel J. II. I'atte'sou, Twenty-second I'nlted H'nliH Infantry; Lieutenant I oloiiel A. H. ll.iituett. Twen ty lU'h I' lilted St.it. a int. into; L'etiten ant Colonel K. I". Humphrey, iiiartermaH ter's departtneiil; Colonel J.K. Heeton, ill sistenpe department. Brigadier general voiir teers, for aer viuea in I'nrlo Lico. Col. Wllil.uu (1. Hill ings, Kourti euth feuns) Ivauia vnluu leers. . It Is expected that most of these ollicera will a sm he mu -tired out of the volunteer eerviiv, though of rnur-te Hoy will uot be out of tln-lr present legnlar irmy pjsltlons ami n rules. HOIITINIl ArritAV. Prumlnent faper llreler In Clnt-lnnall I a tin ii, Clin-lniiHtl, Sept. "4 Kx-Stnte Seniitoi I. I'. Hicliardsoii, preshn-nt of the Hnhle iinin Paper company, who was ehot yete terday by his t.n ther iu law. W . J. HaliK iiihii. In the nllice at l.'H klainl, la still ativ- to day, but Ids age causes the fear that he iimv not ei dure the ehockofbis wounds. The nnir-hal of Ulcudale toi k Mrtl leiimii in custody to day. The men were ah n In the ntllce wtien the ehoot trig oci urred. The victim declines to as sluu any Chtise His son, however, says that there h nl been a cla-h in the morn ' n over all 'ged negicct of Hilldemuli wilh referer to a car loud of pnwr, but they aftet wards discust.ed business to gether. Kac-ket I'rirrs. Ladies' Hough Itlder hale, K'a', tl and (I Id each. Ladles Honseveit and Villtiire hats, M 2'i tach. Lalles' Hailor liuta, ri'V, iVV and h. ei'Ch. Mleees' cat a, 2."i.,1 2c, f'c, flic and t"c ech. Men's Bu t b ys' cups, 2oe and !l"e each Men's suspenders, 15c, 'J11!', -Jc, URc and one pair. Men's heavy ribbed underwear, Sue and 'lie each. Suits uitde to order, $11 nnd up. Pants, ft and up, hi Til K It M'KKT li. II. Boa'I itiiiiiT, Proprietor. h.Al I III) IV. Head Cheese, Mlo'hl W nrst, lolngna, ll'Arles. Liver WuM. w ieuer W urst, Kartu Kausage, Salami, Minced ll.iiiis. Ivii led Hams, ('rued Hot f Tniiguee, I'll lilxl LolHter Meat, ('Miked Corned IWf, I'h'kled Lambs' I'nngueri, San Jik Makkkt. II' you will lie on Inn I to nilif at Mclini KakitiV, you t'Mn't In p lint enjoy ymii'.si ir, N ut e. A'l the Triple Link liere- StiilT ore re Ideated to be at t ir hail, Mnlidny, Hep teuil ' r -', at 'J p. in. Mit.. 8. Vann. A meeting of the Soldiers' Aid aociet Is called for V indav morning al in o'clock, at the public library. All mem bers are uigi d to attend us matters of great Importance are to he brought be fore the society. Hy order of the presl dent. Mrs. (i. K, Albright, secretary. At the end nf thesiith Inning lu the ball game this attertnsiu ut the fair grounds between the l.eadville Utiles and the Albuilieriliie club, the wore stood 5 to 4 111 favor of the Albtl(iieri)iies. n. m. a 'I in: nil pit LH lilt' If) Preparations Moving for a Big Time Next Week. The Races by Horses nnd Bicyclists Will Be Immense. The Cake Walks will Povt intcrestlnc Features TBI 4SI BALI GAMES. The clghleenth annual territorial fair will eurpasa ail of Its predecessors. I he ni.riCnUuial, hoilii ullural, mineral, o e chanieal and line art departments will have sple'idld displays, tar loads of ag ncullual and horticultural exhibits will arrive tins evening and Minor row from the Sacramento country. Las Cruiv, eatita Ke ami olln r parts of the territory, i.nd will all be In position I y the lint day o' the ialr. A car load nl linn la came down from the t o hill district tie day and la being plnt-ed 1,1 osittori this altemnon. A lull inscription of th iiiagriilh-Kiit dlpiay of ores atipear in an other column. Hon. W . S. Hopewell ha promised to eend up a large and vaileil exhlldtof mineriiN from the Hlllstsiro district, and Tijeias, llet canyon and other milling districts will also be well represented The outside atiendancn at the territo rial fair this jear will be unusually lar e. People are going to tnks ad tantage id the extremely low ratet of fered by the rallmaita to Visit tha me tn (sills of New Mexico and at tha same time take In the many attractions of fered during fair week. Those who con template visiting the city should come In Monday night and spend the entire week here eo as to gel the full worth of their money. Visitors ran get good accommo dations, room and Ixard, from l per day up, which will nake the necessary expetisea for one week very reasonable. 1he city Itself will be III r.uighl) rleaneil up fur the ucfuMnu -nies to unik It as agreeable and pleasant n-i pmsibh lor outside visitors. ( iilz'.ns shnnlil di c orate their residences and p'a vs of bul lieps on Monday so aa to have the flu preeeut a cheeitul and g.'.la appearand to the lirst arrlvala from outside towns People living at adistutce will find that they nre well repaid ior the expense of their trip in the bat gains that the can secure In the dlfT-r-nt storee of till city. Th meri'hsn'a hav Just laid l- In avr stocks nf new gooiis for the full end winter trade BASK I14LL TOt'kNAMKNT, Albuiieiiie has l.al a number of llrsl class baee ball tournament, which havt without exception been one of the chi I a'lracllnns i f every fair hel l lu this cilv But It can be safely predicted H ut tin caun-H this year will surpasa everything tti.lhe past. I he Lead v lie c!ilh. which ha already ilefeuled the Browns three out ol ll.e gMiis, will be reinforced b "Kuaie" Pantee, who la well known in this part of the country and who will lil'.cll iu the National league next year, and Jack Kug.in, one of the Levi pitche'e ill the Kansas City club. I hey niny also get a few other leiigue players. The browns, Iiki, will be greatly strengthened by fair time. JrNviner anil stnckleit will arrive to-uight; and I'. iuinney, Uihman, Meredith ami WIlliaiiH will rea'h here Monday night 111 time for Tuesday 'a game, I nle-e circumstancea arNe to make chang'sv uece-sary the following will be the line, tip of the two teaiiia In Tuesday' game I.PAI1V II I E. Al HI UI KMiJl-K. M. 1 .inlanil Ciiti'litT-. . . Johnson I'snlee I'm her lone. Iiiiei ....Fir-.! Il.e.e.... Ilolis .! I ..... n .... Si-rotiii ll.e kavini l W .iHliliiun 1 IunI li.e.f Willium I .oii ue Sliort Moji rmiuiiiin-v Nule I.elt - i.-l.I Voiihu I. I.t.i-ri I'elllel fr l.'lil H:tllev II, n :.,n Kin III HeM M. (.in Wih Burt Jones and "Kilsle" Par.be pitching auulust etch other It will be a battle between gluuta lu the pitchers n.-x. Buck Khrlght. an umpire from an east em league, will reach here hutlday lllgl.t an I will uuiptte all of the gain -s, so thai lliipailiul ilecHioiia call be d. peudetl upon. TIIK Hh Vl'I.K I'KOiiHtM. Th 1 bicycle program Is us follows: MNFSiAV. No 1 II.lI ni:lc il..h iiio ne. No i '1 KMi-nnlc lia-. ! I . 1 III HM.AV. No. :i II. ill nnle ilioli No I I a uii'l s liml mi It hip r.ee. No II. ,11 mile. I HI HAY No 0- I l.i'f nnle. No 1 me noie. ti-iritori.il i li:iin.ion.liii No a -'I .o-iiiir.l-iiiike il.ili ATI'HIIAV N i n ( lne mile, chili i li:ntii,itmlo. No o I lie mile looi'li. .in No 11 -1 liti-i--qii.irii-r mile clah The best am jteiir riders from all over New Mexico are e-it ring the-e ra m, which promise to be unusually Intcte-H lug. el'KKIi HIM. I hoilltAM. The following Is the speed ring pro gram tor the llr-t four dnys of the fair: HK1 lY, Tl l-OAV. SKIT, il. Trotnou. ' i ' in Kuiimnif. I, ill lioie lu-.ll 1 ;n l'.i. mi, a : JO i lna Hon HKl'lINO llAV, l KliN KJlOA V. SKI'T 'JH Triiitoui. lu i las . t'-'"u K , inning . i:,o e i,t. liter lime .l.l-li ... 1'" I lotting. la- TII1HH I A V , 1111 li-I.Al. MlIT I rottmu. free for ;ill i-'e KllnliiliU. Ine e 'IMli mile lieii. l-.i 'I i. tuiiK -'.:i. Hl Kill PAY, IrHII-AV. nKI'T 0. I'. inn. flee for .ill . ... ... fl'M. K lltOO'.l.', I ... 1 1 III 1 1-4- tl . I ' 1 in n. :. ol ie in oc aa.,li .. ... '-'o The (eulure ol the ut.ove pri giam will be the free for all pacing race on frrnlay lr. J. K. l'eurce this liii rilll.g received telegram elating Unit the fullnwuig a"ern would reach the city to-uighl or to morrow morning: itnyuioioi m , rn or. I. 2:ii' ,; Koherls, record, 2:10; Ophelia record, 2:10; Kate Meliuui, record, 2:11 Louisa M , record. 2:1.1. This will un loiibtedly be the fastest race ever seen in New MeHCO. TI1K l Ak K-W A I.K. The following colored Hopleraiueilnwn from Lus egas last night and are con ferritig with President T. V Wiikersnu ahniit entering the cake walks: Mr. and Mrs It. I. H'utoii, Misses Vina and Kllen Logan and Messrs Kalnh llou-i'oii, I.e. in and W'yatt Ki-ehiroiigh, Milton Burns hill Andrew Halli 'til. The constitute a inui-trel tronne and are looking around In the hope ot fl'iding a sul'ahle place where they ran show hereon the evening of fair week. As a number of other couples i will uIhi enter the cake w Ik c intents t from this cm y and oth-r towns, this fea lure of the fair prom sua to be a note and atniiiing feature. TIIK I'KAI k .11 nil. I K. At a meeting of the Uualice collilnlllee of the Peace Jubilee e,., l,ralion at the Commercial club today the following well known ladles were add -d to the committee: M 'sd ones K W l, Bryan, 1 w. B. Chillers. J II. Hroth, II rt.ui Moore, W N. Parkhuret, Joeeph John- slon, I '. A. Bittner and A J. Maloy. Ar raiigiiiient-i were made to raise the necessary funds to defray the expenses of the Jn'ine. Mdanip Parkhurst. Brian and M iloy were app ilnted a com mittee to pr. cure ti am and Convey anc. a for the Roiich Kid rs and Invited gnes's In the parsne. Ti e parade committee held a meeting at the Commercial club lt nlpht. The following mercliniits and nianuiactnili g lutereet will have ll lait In the parade: b. H. l uluey, wlio.eeale groceries; Me Urn ,1 K ikln, who' sa'e lbors; th Kalr, crockery and noveltier-; I). Wei Her .1 Co , groceries; Simon Stern, g-iite' furnish nigs; K l. ' loiilhler, gineerle; A J Ma toy, gti.tvri); l.owentl.al A Meyer wholesale liiUors; K. J. Post At Co., haul ware; Mat .V rah-r, boui furnishings; Jafla lir, ceiv m nnaiiT, Vihccori Mn-ie comp ny, I'. IL Pratt, gr.iceries; Klh Ylaiket. (leifg (. Ilainsley A Co.. ihhiIs ami fhiaf.; A. Simpler, boot and hoe; Mix m-.d, cigar and tohseco; li'i len Kule I'rv Ibssl coi.ipauy, W. V. Kutrel c, luroilure, hardware and crock- ry, two lat; Ihji.nhoe Hard '-.re Co., 'nstal lc cmiipuuv. Southwestern Brewery and be plant, Klrs'er's Clgtr 'ru ry, ITir-rh' Bottiinir w rks. t'ovote Vllieral Strt'g llnltllng works. Hop , lrg Blcicle fi rt iry. lh Simla re Paclllc shop will b re re-enleil by four in go llcenl fl it. there WIH le a lii"ting of all the Peace Juld -ee i.iui elite, lit the Com iurclal c lib at ':.lti ocle k Minby i.igt.t, Iii i.:: Err t'i. m -nt fir the eh-lir itloti Till be Ci'fj leted TUlolTliniAl, fr'AIII NUTI.S. The fair aseiM-latlon will mang- all of he fair privllig. thl year. The di rector hav. pUced Jam Martin In barge of the har and Scott Knight will Handle ttie ir cardn f'r thm. The H tn heltpe hotel wtll be otwned rn Monday for tho accommodation n( visitors coining to the fair. Judge Lowell Ijiuaherv, who ha spent he past ten day In Mtllup and Wlngate -xauiinlng ,me Indian depredation lairns, says that the people nf t list sec Hon are ve'v iiii "h Interested In the ter ritorial fair and many will come lu from here. Whipple Iterraeka Volunteer. The aperlal train. Uarlng the Whip ple Banack volunteer on their way to Lexington. Ky , had not left Pnecolt at l ii n clock thl afteruon. It I sale tn ay that Hi" volunteer will not re.irh his city iiiitll eiiuiellme late to Diorrow (Sunday) alter, (nui. A. M. .. entiOay N hnul. C. ('. Crm kett. sun. rioteiidelit ot the A. VI. K Sunday n'hool, has arranged the following prngrsni. which will lay carried itit to morrow afternoon at j o clock: Open K till Singing Lv tlie Si linid. Ilernlion of ApoMlles' ''reed. I'rMyer I v Kev. W. H. JoIiiimhi. Siuuma Lv the i lnsil. '1 he ll-rs oKUe. Slll.lert ; The Kingdom Hivulrd" Kev. M. Jone h I lah Hie l'lo(.iel" ... .Mia. Jennie U iiliilout I . I, i.tli un Ciomri' Mia. A. h. Joyi e , I'l'l'lg i-lllKll l-.lu.ili a f ltk'hl anil Kn, ouniui-nli-nt" . A . A llriire " N .liotli'a Vine vurd".. . . K v. W. il JoliriMin rhj il.' ?-l rit on h ih a .Mrs. .ll Ju)ie 1 lie .iiiiueiu u- .ion .Mis. K. H Montgomery N 'iinnin IL"ileil" ii.i-iiineMiti.. l-.lol.aiil llotlisil'' Mro. L. h. Wattt I lie l, -.ill. ill I. hulls Mo LI ' Klllliloril N i ii li 1 1 iiiiliilueini-'' K. W. MiCalluin "L'.inlivity nl the Tell Trip " .uss i. is-i eipuioro Ker il.it 'nil llf ioliletl Ten Is, aa Itiilona: I 'roi er 1 1. iv. 1 , M ims A ' n.t j aMier ; 1 K lows. xvn. In. Mt-m b rate es l-.ILworlh : 1 KinifM ivol. I.'. I's l.oretu llrr; rMilm, l K li n, . .l I .il,i'4 l.i..r I.X lu XX. 17, ,ll" Atlctli I'tee.llolr, I. ke II, 1.1, Mill llilttie Joli:-Min; ISsltns lv, '. J, H;ir i y Bin. e: Jerenil.ili Evil 1 I. M :Hti-r M Iton h llnworlli : I'milms 1 1 liv ? Mi-i ,M 1 mm- John. on; I'milniH rlvi. In Mini M.it te Johnson ; li.nul! iivin, 7, Mioa llrnoi I'lilhon: I I liromi Its livnl. n. M" llstl'e Crisket: IValtiia liAkiv, 1 1, Mna lrora t'ni 1 r.l t nmel ami hear ot II tn out ol Hi wool. liana Hall Tii-"lorrfiw, There wtll be a game of base ball to iimn afternoon between the Hiin itiiirlsaml the Vew Comer. The ful lowing will be the line-up: I lotne I i l:ir. la. Nf Oniier-. M. llonalil t'Mteher. . . . . .....Meneler F;or. . ..... . . ,. I'lli her Mil. k It'll llollii'i.l rust ll.l.e 1. 1 Mnu.l Sei onil lla.e Mtet-t l ontihW I lord II .ae I'l-.iiiiuni-v ln'i". short Mop ft v ' er I le I- l.i'l. e K il l 1 It-Ill Helms' Mi I ill- I. ell Irl.-I.l linen lo hiiiiey C t-iuer I- leld N.ig!e l'at.n t'lthlll wl l act us umpire ami will Call th- giitiui at 2:.l i oc.iK'k blitrp. i,otlit i i in1 r tlnH' 1 iruiit I ii i elm to n iirlit ut ilt'liui tV K k ii".-. B Johnson, preeidi't.t of the Crown i' .l'i' Xl'iiln x comp in v, u.i iu the i ochllt tic', return 'd In th el'y hut night, ilt.r enperi ileridiog ihe as-e-siu'iit work on the ( low, i Point mine. Capt. VMIIiam Noedel, the general lin r hunt of Bernuilllo, came iu from tin mi ill hod nlghl and ie around among . : leui.s to day. He Will leturu to Bernu ill i this evening i ilckel ,V M .the will Cel. brute the ni ro.e !i of fair week this ev. tili g hy s. 1 1 ng u grand free lunch to all the pat runs f the ."iger I ale. Stiiinie the splendid Saturday nlrht 'ree luiic'i at the .siger ( are to night. The 1) iplex downallne niattrcHa la t'n la st, sold only by Kutrnlle. I'a p -tt ut tire sale prices, iluy Si Ka her, 11" Hol t avenue. ...THE REGENT.., m- mutt r&fcnMta. Hrin1; your repairing to us. GEO. 0. CAIIJ3LF.Y OKIHsl bllKt) SCCCijl 1 1 rp i,,..- . t -e-f '.- . : r"''v ii. 'i a i.ai i tuva ui 4 ...vi . k W m ' HAND WATCHES, costing new from WaiCneS . j j0 00 to jjq.OO, all in perfect order and ijuaranteed' UOCKS which we are closing out at from $3.00 to $10.00. Silverware Umbrellas Canes Statuary H. E. CUt GlaSS Landing INVESTIGATING WAIL Comniission Meet in Washington for the Hearing of Evidence, The French Commission on the Dreyfus Case Divided. Hrjt nc;inf of the Comraiiontr$ to In. veititale War DtpirtnKot, WI1KIT BARE STATEMENT. Washington, Sept. 24. The conimi ion to liiveetigate the conduct of the war dt purn ent during the rohtltct with palu held an Initial minting at the olllce of President McKlnlej at the wh te nouee to day. I here were eight nipin pen preeeiil. It was announced that the ninth man wa r-ecund. though hie name l not made public, ihe eight present ere: MaJ r-Heiie'iil liruliMH- M. Hodgs, Iowa; Col J. A. Sexloii, llilnole; ( apt, K I' Howl', lienrgla; Maior-lteiieial J. M. A llao'i, chief of engineers lulled Slate army ; ( has. llenby, Indiana, laW ininlster to ( hlna; ex-duteruor nooil t ury, Vrrmoiit; ex ! vernor Beaver, peiiiistlvauia; and Majur-deneral il. Mell. Mct oek. Tha commission spent an hour and a half with the preeldent, and then pro ceeded to the room am:gnrd it at the wal depart ment for the purpose ot orgauil dig ami beginning wm k. The pna-eed digs with the president constated In the muiu of a general exchange of view a to the two e. of the commission' invmtl ratlon. Th president lohl the member that the organization of ihe commission li iil been undertaken at the request of Secretary Alger, ihe president had put Ma own vlees in writing and read them. He mild the complaints hud been 1 rected eepechilly at the eur geoa-geueral'. quartermaster general', and commissary-general' depart menta of the army, and auggested that the Ovuduct of these ilepartinents should reivive especial Ci noderution He added that It w.i hi desire thai the entire military organization should, If It .i p ared necert.iry, be made the euhject t liujiilry, saying that he wlhed the I'nmmittee lii go to ihe bottom of the subject lu all cases and to proceed with the work without fear or favor. "If," he said, "tie commission slmtild liar iltllh'ulty la m curing the attendance ot wltneese or obtaining ace cum to papere bought to he es'entlal to the prosecu ion of Its labor. I h"iie the mailer Will e brought to my attention, when I will to all in my piwerto overcome the illi. uliy." The augg"etlon wa made to the emu illlssloll th n tlie llrst l II Tl should belo sicuie general In Tin minion lu regard to he r rganixalioti of the army, and the 'line In wtl.-tj the work was ierformeil. Dr. I h l iii-ii a. Conner, of ( Inclnnatl, va1 ami . once I aa the ninth member ol the ct Dim eelon. The cumuils- Inn or gaiilzed by electing liraiiviile M I) ll.e c hali man, Ichsrd Weighmsn, secretary, mil Mi.jor Mills, nf Ihe t epeclor gener ii' i fice to lay lol'lh ry recirder. The coinuiis"! prtj itimid t meet on Men lay. it wm n'.l .n .t il.n r lainlnntu n if wl n ste-i would probatdy In open, but ther proceedings In executive sessions. Ctimuilaalna (qually lilvlOetl Paris, S-pt. al. It was nlhcially an nounced tlna ufternooii that the civil commission rxumtulug the dueuments iu the Hreyfiis t ase with a view to re porting to the government on the ad nnabi Illy ot reopening it. Is iioa'l) divided. The government consider thai this division give It full liberty of c lion ami al of resiionstbilltr. Th re fore the government has dechli d to wall until Monday, when a rill cihliiet meet lug will be held mid a d"Cli-lofi urrivod at. flank aialemeiit. New Voik, Sep'. 24-Wcikly bank statement : Surplus n serve, ilecr.aH'd l"l In'ii loan de -r. ased, tl I .HiJ.t-ni; spsete Increa, rjf7plsm; leyal I'llder Itierea ed l)7,io; d ssilt de,ria-'ed. f 11.UI4 :i o; circnla l ui incr a .!, J.'jiiT, I oi. Hanks hold f I 'J." " Si'i In exeet ie iiirei; euts '.'."i pi r c i.t nils. lire, lua i Paris. Sept. Vll. i'lie cahli et to day do e. iled to poslpniie II d-'Clh on oil th 'I'IkMIdIi of Ihe proposed leV . Inn Of til' lire) ins cese until Mon.la, o nig to the absence (null Ihe meet I n ' of Hie uilnh ter nf linance and the minister of agricul ture. IVe I'euilitlaeltm. Liverpool, Sept. 21. The I'nlted Staler peace coiiim'snoners lu : il t here tide morning, They are all In good heallh and refieehed by the vmuge fur IheWorl In store for them, ihe cinumlsMloiieri ere received by the I lilted Slat e. cull siil, Jnines Boy le. The mayor of Liver p ol Invited thn cimiiiisNloiier to ulteuil iun"h this evening in honor of tin British wnrehipa now here. The luvita tlon was declined. ni iiM i.y iu I : i i:i:n h k w.i-: makim; iii u i;i;i.i:n r simK IIIK slliiK UK I UK TuWN. e' e Cut I'led lllole feel Illi- Killl lluill ever before, line fiieud telh. another; Speaks nf Ihe ot llaliliS of llll'-e $3 51) MlOfl, to be hail ill Kll"et. ( iiU. Iliown. Willow ( air, Black Wax l alf iiiul bl.o k Box I all iu all the NeWt-T sllilpet. SKK SHOW IMniW. Mail crdfra y ivtn lan 'ul atttn'ion & CO Kellablr Shue Denier.. 122 S. Si con r! St. CAKI ti I. ATTWIKH c.,t. r rrinri crrnwrv f FOX, Chil Witch Inspector, S. F. P. Jiwclry ituux of llw South wtit. ,J ii 0 0 0 0 $ ?f i!f & JU Areata For Battcrlck ratttraa THE it it ' 0 0 tt .'i ts i'i v i ."i. - Our IUJTTEUICK PATTERNS HAVE AKK1VED! a ii'l JJiey arc ready for tlie trade. Help yourselves to our Fashion Sheets and Albums. rn. t. iiiu n B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors. & & iJ & - H -v 'i W W r AaAAAAAAAVAAAWMaAaWaaWaaWAaVAAAWa ADVANCE SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW Worth Your Choice of the Lot Leon B. Stern n a a aT "'' ' - 4 FALL OPENING Oldest One - 5 4 t Mens Fine All Wool Suits - 4 ir...i. n i tii i i it i iiien s urey aim njacK tasnmcre ouits Men's Fine Cheviot Suits Men's Worsted Suits with Silk Linings, only Boy's and Little Fellow's Suits and Overcoats 4 4 4 4 For a Suit to order wo are headquarters. Our reputation for FINE SUITS is established. E. L. WASHBURN & CO. 44 , 4 44 44 4 44 4 4 4 Agntt for McCALL BAZAAR PATTERNS. All Paltcmi 10 and 15c NONE HIGHER rJ M M Irfl fr'l ,nj N n " m 201 Tho I3t XalSstxtocl. Store xx tlao Cltv We Close All Day Monday on Account of Holiday- Special Announcement nil We have JUST RECEIVED and IMMENSE ASSORTMENT of iJ l!'J Consisting of Hous, Collarettes, Collars, Capes and Fur .liickcts in nil the Newest Shapes and Newest Furs from $2.50 a garment up to $50.00. M M N Our New Cloth Jackets f have Just Arrived, f Hi 0 $ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PHOENIX! i wvr.r ieiiuuiiiurs arc huw uu tiuv. H & & A A sin itj 04 w jrt. 0 0t 0t jtaa 0t 100 Fur Collarettes in all the from $5.00 to $10.00 ATM fAaVB M k f K - inrii uniinr Priced Clothiers 4 4 4 4 4 4 Hail road Avenue, Albuqaerqne, Tl EGBHIST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Areata fcr Dr. Imiv'i ailtary 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wsalea lyitta C. i'i A rt x. j:i ?h & ! tj Hi & j 0l n p4 n. ptf 0 fj 0 0 -H ' FURS Latest Styles, Each. for & Co., raJ 4- 4- 4 In Albuquerque. 7.50 - 8.50 $10 and 12.00 15.00 $1.50 to 5,00 4. rcy MAIL ORDERS M FMtA Same N. M. FURS 1 m p rs pD is m m p SEE WINDOW DISPLAY 0F 3