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( f THE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN, Job Printing Book Binding tn4 Blank Book Tarfc promptly .Mortca1 ti rnr4 fyW t TUB anZiiN Banirrr. n n Hi nunwroia nd diverts branch, ion is H ihould b at THE CITIZEN Job Room. VOLUME 13. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 31, 1098. NUMBER 12. America Will Take the Entire Philippine Group. Will Assume the Debt Incurred for ImproTtments, Bit Rot lay ftrt of Ibe Debt Iccnrrtd to Quell Insarrtciloni. CIM6IS II TBI IAYT. Paris, Oct 81. The American eotr. mlsslooer presented the Spsnlxh to (Is? written expnwslnn of the purpoe cf Americans to take the entire group of the Philippine Islands and adenine inch proportloa of the Philippine A 'H as was spent for tbe benr-Qt of the liluiid or the Inhabitants la public works, Improve urate end permanent bettermrnts, but not any part of the debt Incurred to quell the Insurrections of the native. The srsHlon adjourned antil Friday to give the Spaniard time to prepare a reply. THI MKWS CONKIHMRD. Washington, Oct. 31. The adrlees from Parle to the eTect that the United States roninilselourrs have demanded a cession to the United States of the entire Philippine group lit In line with Instruc tion recently Iwnnt to the reprtsenta tlres of the UnHd State. It cannot be learned definitely what money eonnldera tton la to pass with the title to the Philip pine. Indeed, there is reason to believe that the United 8tte peace ccmmls-don-eri hare not yet been able to fli the mount eiactly. AMiuilng that they are to repudiate all portion of the debt of the Inland willed doed not represent money spent fr the 4 betterment of the islands. It will be seen at once Unit the task presented to the conitulmiouers of differentiating till debt I not eaey, par ticularly iu view of the notoriously low financial method of the ripanieh colonial authorities. Tbut thi dibt ahould be assumed by the United Btatea In acme proportion la wild by the state depart ment to be luevltable it nnnexa'.lon la to follow. The coudltlona presented are en tirely unlike thoee Id Cuba. Ia the latter ease there waa a Justifica tion In International law and precedent for oar refusal to be ss, Idled with the debt when we reoelved on tangible asset. But In the ewe of the Philippine, rich and well populated, the lulled State would acquire what In the eye of the world, Is a moat valuable potxwvuion, and It I believed that the bolder of all gov ernment obligation, without regard to nationality, who Insist that a lien ahould pjra with the property. hrlirivllor general of the volunteer ser vice, to be a brigadier general In the regular army, tics Copplnger, reMrcd. Worth wm wonnded at Ban Juan and will be placed on the retired Hut Imme diately. Tha Oraaoa and Intra. Washington. Oct. 81. Celtic, the col lier accompanying the battleships Ore gon and Iowa to Honolulu, pnt in at Bahia tody. A Celtic left Tomklns Vllle the earn time a the battleship. It expertd nt ie department that the I latter will aleo arrive at Bahia in a day or two. rinf .larBat. New York, O.t. 81. Money on call nominally lt'd 2 per cent. Prime mr- eintlle (aper, '( I S per cent. Another Kaaard Rraakar. M.irlml McMilllu' collection for the month of OiMuher amount to r2o, which I 7S more than he Collected laxt nicmtli. at which time he broke all prrvinti re cord. Thi 1 the more remarkable a It wa expected that there would be a railing ofr In the month Immediately following fair week. The emouut col lected thi month I enflicient to mv all running expense ot the ohce depart ment and en II have a large balance left. c o k h t. t r- ri r 1 m m on a. 'trior., ut lha Oraat Catena riaht Kmhlb- tied at Ariuorjr To-night, A reporter of Thu Citizkn met Mr. Vi heelot k to day and Inquired about the success cf the I'orhelt-Kllnlrumnns re production at I.mm Vegaeand lieeaid: "He Nhnwed at Ijv Vegas Inst Krlday and Saturday n In tit to parked hnue. There was an Idea prevailing that It wa not a how proper for ludliw to attend, but when It became known that Hwaea lentllle wonder, with far lee of the suggestive and objectliiuahle feature that abnind In uihI opera or play, they turned out In large number ami on Saturday night the majority were ladle and 1 wa told that there were el-o two clergymen present. People may ob ject to prll Untiling, but a reproduc tion le another thing. Kv -ryone obj i-l to the horror of war In the reality, and It I ImiMweible to conceive of anything inoro norriH man tlie neatn, maiming and cnrnaire of the hattlelleld, hut who la there who woi .Id ohjert to witnessing a reproduction of It If that were poeaibler' Itiese pictures have been hown to king and queen, the titled head of all h u rope, nntll now It I rare to Qnd a mlod o befngired a to object to them We are about the only ehow on the road at never show on Sunday night. The Corbett-Kitaslmmou pictures will be eihtblted at the Armory to night. Moonlight Kaa. All mamlian nt f Vi 4Iaj.Ia lntt lll o'clock for a moonlight ride over the mesa. r hid i.kwi. Captain. II T (XOWKK. Roses, 'mums, carnation, etc. IV US. TH at f LOHIHT, NAV1 CUANOt. Hoar Commoilora Howleaa to Boccood Admiral Miller. Washington, Oct- 81. Rear Admiral Miller will be placrd on the retired Hat November 22. The vacancy thus created will be filled by the promo tion of Commodore Howlsou, command ant of the Boston nary yard. Rear Admiral Bunce' retirement De cember 25 will make Rear Admiral Dewey the senior nfllcer of the navy. If congress revives the grade of admiral, as desired by Secretary Long, hi appoint ment to that will follow without any farther jumping. Maria Tr.a Again Moating, Washington, Oct. 81. The navy de partment baa received a tWegram from Calmenera announcing the sailing for Hampton Roads of the Varla Teresa, the only Hpanlah ship sunk at Santiago yet floated. t lllh Frlco for hllx. Chicago, Oct. 31 October rib clceed Saturday at .2U. Today the price reached t'' B3ii bef ire a single trade ould be mads. Af'er that the price jumped ti n an. I Q' . en ceuts t ti every trade until it reuchad fil.'io. The Anglo Ainerlcau company bid the price tip. It la claimed (hit Armour aud Cndahy have been caught ehort Jmportaut Huiliil k-vent. Savannah, Ga., Oct. 31. Ulsa Mabel Gordon, the youngest daughter vt Gen eral William fiordor, ai d Rowland Leigh, son of Lord Lelgh.of Ktiglaml, were mar Tied to day. A Ntonaaaro Truit. Akron. Ohio, Oct. 31. Snccem ha crowtrdthe 1 fT.rts of the promotera of the comblu-tiou for the control of the prodoctluu of white, bluck and aalt blared stoneware, maintaining the prices of the trust foirued aloug the line of the nail trust. Curtailing Iholr Vl.lt. Jernsaleui, Oct. 31. The emperor and empress of Germany are curtailing their visit to the Holy Laud, owing to Kuro- pean complication. Cblcaco Oram Mar a at. Chicago, Oct. 81. Wheat October, CSV; December, t'.4c. Corn October, 32V; December, 32', OaU October, 23','e; December, Zit Col. Worth Froiuoud Washington, Oct. 31. The president to-day appoiuted Col. W. 8. Worth, of the Biiteeuth Infantry, regular service, AttlSOl Of TBI USDIS. Pari. Oct. 31. The Kclalr to day nays: The Kartosla question wl.l be eellirsl fa vorably to Great Britain by the recall ol Marchaiid. Prance reserve enly tlie question of right to the Bahr Kl Ghatl district, which she does not consider a- belonging to Kgypt. VlXXi-V t KKI.INU IN I'AHIS. London, Oct. 81. There waa expected ly gloomy feeling this morning on the stuck exchange and Pari bourne. It looks aa If a crisis were approaching. British naval preparation are being pushed with great activity. The British emergency squadron 1 gathering at Devonport with all possible speed. (Juicer and sailor have beeuhnirlediy recalled and several battleship and cruisers at Portsmouth are taking full crewaonbjard and other warlike pre paration are being made. A sensation has been caused by the arrest of Rus sian spy at a fort near Harwich. A BRITISH DKMONHTBATION. Victoria, B. C, Oct. 81. Commotion prevails In the clubs frequented by naval men. Admiral Pallleeu Is said to have received a cipher message from the ad miralty, and Immediately her majeety'a ship, Amphlon, the fastest cruiser on the statlou, was ordered to prepare for eea. The cruiser will sail at ouee for Coqulm bo to meet her sister ship. Phaeton, and from there the two will proceed to Tahiti, French aettlement In the Society Is lands. . The U.ighlp Impertenwe has Just re turned from Comox and la oallng. The Leander ha been ordered also to return from Comox to prepare for any move de cided upon. The opinion amoug naval men la that Kogland is dispatching Ueets from Halifax to the West Iudles and from Ksqultnault to Tahiti to sluw the French how utterly her colonies would be at the merry of the British ahould Great Britain make warlike movement1 8. D. Lucts, the eQIclent book-keeper of B. l.autry Bona, the railroad contrac tors doing work on the hanta re faciuo, came In from Ash Fork, Arltoua, on the delayed passeuger train last night, and Is registered at Sturgea Kuropean. Mr Lucas Is here to purchase certain neces sary supplies, which cannot be obtained at Ash fork, and expect to return west this evening. He states that If Is. Lantry Hons secure certain contraots on the Santa Ke they have already several eon- tracts they will remove their headquar ters to this city, where they can purchase supplies an J everything else they need. A Rambler bicycle, with a front wheel broke, belonging to Dr. J. F. Pearoe, was stolen from t!ie front of reeideuce where he had beeu calling to eee a pa tient, early this morning. The thief would do a klud act by leaving the bi cycle In sums place where honest Deo pie can see It aud the latter notify the doctor. Hon. Abran Abeyta, of Socorro, was at the Kuropean last night. He Is the re publican candidate for treasurer and ex oilicio collector of Hocorro couuty, aud reports mat county good for a republican m j rtty ranging all the way from a) to ti.'Ai votes. He believes that Hon. Pedro ferea will carry the county of Socorro by at least iko votes All kinds of special ruling, blank bo k work, niatrazlue binding and bad.e stamping done lu the best possible man ner ai 1 hk i'itizkn iiiniiery. tome In and see sample and prices of work be fore ordering elsewhere. All corre spondaic Couceming this class of work carefully alteuiled to. Tho. 8. HubMI and Thos. A. Finical, candidate) tor sheriff and territorial council respectively nu the straight re publicau count v ticket, returned last Saturilav tii.ht frmu a political trip to Hie CiN-hiti district. They slate positive ly that the republicans will get a big vote in wiai oiatrici. A woman, who la an Invalid and morphine Uen I, arrived in the city from the west last Saturday night and I now at the city building, bhe claims that she was sent here by the authority at Flagstaff, who represented to her that there was a hospital lu this city. Floyd Whitson ha returned to the cltv from Raton, joining Ms wife here last xalurilar, she having arrived several evenlnus before. It Is understood that they will remain here luilelliiltelv. There will be a change In the city police force beginning with to-morrow. Otllcer Rtewl will do duty nights lu place of oillcer YUrtinex, who will In future have charge of the street gang. Surveyor were at wok this morning on a lot 4u south Second street for residence which will soon ls t-recttd by Judge N. C. Collier. J. W. ilcguide has the contract. Capt. Wm. French, registering from Silver City, has his name on the Sturces Kuropea'i register. He is oue of the most eitenatve cattle raisers lu southern New Uextco Frank Sheet r., who wa on a visit to Chicago, has returned to the city, aud will resume hi duties as platform boss at tne railway freight dep t to-morrow morning. II. D. Rogers and Wm. Powell, two gentlemen from Yi Inslow, are at Sturgea' Kuropsau to-day, -WATCHES-, W 11 out Rii'imail Wti h .ih an ai-.1utf ui,tr:tntr-e ttu-v will tv r..t n c m-.t--ti"n 1 in- i uiuv 11 ly tx 1 una) uti inr itbi .nt nt h Kii r.11 if u.iti it 1 v ii v ; 17 Jewel Himilton, $25.00, Heavy Si'verine Cas.cs. 21 Jewel Elgin, 30.00, u The Vanguard 40.00, " " u Groen P'recision Watch. 65.00, " " VDl'K MONKY Kl.Tl KKH Ir TIUY r.MI. T f S. V 1 I T 'I Uadtog Iwl, RAILROAD AVEJSOm, Alboqutqu. N. M. I UadquarUra (or DIAMONDS, VATCllES, Etc. FlllNXE TO YIELD. Will Settle Fasboda Qaestion to England's Satisfaction. War Investlfitloa Committee's Work Nearly Completed. United Statei Supreme Court Decide! Several Important Catea. Ailrlra rrom llarrlaoa. Indianapolis. 0 ;t. 31.-Ki President Rarrisou, In a letter to the chairman of the republican eouitult'ee, urge a full vote to defeat tree silver In thi state. He declares It the Issue of the campaign. TBI KLPHKME VOl'KT. Rafcaarfno- Oraatad la (aaa I'd I lad ataUs V. tha Karl Ooaupaajr. Washington, Oct 31. The United State aupreme court to-day announced Its decision attaining the constitution ality of that feature of the tax laws of New York which laya a tax on foreign corporations doing business In the state according to the capital employed. A rehearing was granted in the caae of the Culled htates against the Karl eompauy, involving certain ranch claims la Arl zoui. The appllcatlan tor rehearing was base I in part upon the statement that Justice McKenn.i, while attorney general, directed the government's ctse through assistants aud later participated lu the bearing and determiuitloa of the case. W1H INVtsTKlATION t'omlulttaa Mow at Koo.lll. Work moat C'oiuplala.!, Kuoxvtlle, Tenn.. Oct. SI. Ti e war Investigating commissiou started early today upon the luvestlgatlou ot the camp at this place, with the hope of completing thi w ir hre and staitiug for Washington to-night. There are 2o0 sick here, many typhoid fever cases. It Is claimed that the fever was Imported. AT UXIM.TON. Lexington, Kj , Oct. 81. General Dodge, Colonel Sexton and Dr. Conner, ot the war Investigation commission, ar rived from Chattanmiga to-day. They called upon Major General n llson and a conference was held to limp out the work at Lexington. Dr. Conner will make a thorough inspection of the dlvii iou bos pita!, while General Dutlge and Colonel Sexton will make a tour ot the regimen tal camp. General Dodge aas there have beeu no complaints concerning Camp Hamilton aud the testimony taken here would be especially on the conduct of affairs at Chlckaiuauga Park, where most of the regiments now here spent the summer. this evening at Orchestrion hall, and judging from the n urn 1st of seat already sold for the opening night the success of the company t assured. The troupe will give a Saturday and Similar matinee for children at which the en trance will he 10 cnt and !S cent. Manager Hlmonson Inform n that he will aim give two ladle.' night at which ladle will be admitted free If accompa nied by a gentleman. Secure your tick et at ouee ttallaa Caadldata tiara, Alex. Bowie, manager ot the Caledon ian Coal company, end L. L. Henry, a young attorney, are In the elty from Gallup on an electioneering tour. ' The former I on Bom Otero's ticket for the territorial council, and the la'.W tor representative. John C. Spears, also of Gallup, lain the city. Nolle. I, th underlined, having ld out my plumbing biixin'sM, will be for the time being at J. 1 way', tin south Snnd street. Those owing me are rrqtiestHi to call at the above place aud e l'le their accotiute. It. L. Corson. . a. at. R gular monthly meeting to morrow (Tuoecay) evening, at 7:30 o'clock, at the vlethodlst College building. J. M. Moore, Post Coiumauder; Leveretl Clarke, Adju tant. FOLK S ooihvr Maws. Juatlra Crawford Dlnpoaad r Sararal Caaaa Thla Moralapj. There was quite a rash ot bnslnest In tha poll cs court to-day. Allen Perry was given ten daye In the county jail for petty larceny. Perry waa flying quit high last Saturday night. He In vited three acquaintances Into Sturgea' Kuropean restaurant for supper and walked out without paying. Of ficer Corson waa notified and ar rested Perry at the depot. In his over coat pocket were found a number of napkins, which bla vandal hands bad picked up at the table at Sturgea. It was on this, charge that he waa sent to the county jail. He 1 also suspected of stealing some clothes from the porter at the Metropolitan saloon. When Perry was searched at the city building two Ave dollar bill were found rolled up In his mouth and (3.70 were found In on of his shoe. He said that be waa afraid ot being held up. F. K. Sturgtvj' colored man, "Sam," ad ministered some punishment to Kdltor Salatar, of La Bandera Amerlcaua, Sat urday night. He appared in court this morning, but aa there waa no one to prosecute be wo discharged. George Cowden and Hamilton Cooper were found gal It y ot disturbing the peace, aud were fined $3apleoe. Fellolano Montoya, a plain diunk. waa discharged. 1 T tha rablla. , Our reproduction of the great Corbctt- Fllxslmmous contest, as taken at Carson City, Nev , Is positively the first and ouly genuine one ever shown in thla city or New Mexico. All other were aud art rank Irauda and Imposition. , W. K. Vt UKKLOCK, Manager. The Corbett-Hltziluimons Verlscope company will opeu au engagement ot four nights at the Armory hall this even Ing. Mr. Wbeelock state Mat ladles have attended wherever the picture have been exhibited, and he would be pleased to see a number ot the fair aex of Albu querque preeeut. Tickets are on sale at the drug store ot W, X. Walton. 16 I'hotoa for AOs. Four positions; short time only; com after school. Com a now. 113 Gold avenue. H fcsltAY. Fresh Fish Broilers Oysters hprings Brain Turkeys Pork Teudera Ducks Farm Hausage Chickens Spare Uih I.amb Young Veal Lunch Herring Fall stock of mackerel now iu, prices range from live cents to thirty-fits cents each. Have you eeeu our line of cheese and bulk pickles. If not, It will pay you to take a loci at mem. SaN JOriR U.HHKT. TIIK rIK. Hi Soutn Mrat Straot. We wish to impress yuii with the fact that 1 II K KMX sella bet'.sr goods for I luonev, than any ntlu-r store, we urge au inspection of our stock. The better you are posted, the better it will please us for the our valine wilt us more fully appreciated. Me guarantee that the price oil our chinawars, glassware, tin ware, toys, tisils or notions to be fully 2o per cent lower than anywhere In the territory. Don 1 miss visiting us. Thk Fllt. liar Tu M.I.I The members of the Greater New York Star uiideville company have arrived and are registered at the Hotel llinh laud. They will open their week's season Hon. Pedro Perea. the popular repub lican candidate for delegate to congress. tu the city and made a pleasant call at this oUl e at noon to day. He has vim ted all the principal counties of northern New Mexico, aud fools sanguine that be will eouie to the Bernalillo c mnty line, nu the uorth, with a hand some m.-.J irlty. lie will probably con tinue sou1 h to Hocorro county to morrow morning. Riets Morrltt and Tony Ortlx returned to the city lost night after a long ah once searching for gold In Ala-ko. Both of the tsiys are enjoying good health and are highly pleased to be home again I hey state that they became convinced that nothing could be accomplished lu Alaska, aud therefore deemed it wise to roturu home. Lost A foot ball In a pasteboard box. market! hVamon Johnson, oelweeu Haw ley's and the Indian school. Hetura to ClTi.KN ollice. Thi Citikn has been Informed that Frank Bowden, a well known Hants Fe Paclllc shop employe, Is slt-k with malar ial fever. Life la a constant battle, made easier by using Cerrilloe bard aud soft coal. S ld by ilahn & Co. TuATJITII Fergosson Strongly Opposed to the Irrigation Enterprise. The Democratic Candidate For Dele rate Thoroughly Exposed. era Bitter Against the Ditch Tbaa Boa. Pedro Peres. AtYlT, Til OIIAT tTIADDLII. In Ma letter to Judge Tho. C. Gutler rea, Mr, Kergueaon 1 more strongly op posed to the propwej Irrigation ditch above this city than Mr. Perea, Fergus son says that he la against the dltcli In emphatie language. Mr. Perea ha always aaid that he would favor the ditch providing etorsge reservoirs were guaranteed and the right of the owners ot the community ditches were respected. Will tha democratic organ lu thi city explain tha atraddltug condition ot Mr. FerguseonT Tlaaata M. Baoa Prophaclaa. Kdltora Cltiten. Judging from the present political out look throughout tha territory I predict that Perea will get about 70 per cent of the native vote and Fergusson about 80 per cent of tha American vote, unless a radical change take place between Dow and election day, thos changing the nat ural course of event and governed other wise by the Influence of money power either way. .The ratio of my estimate under the present natural political conditions will be 17 to 15, thus allowing Perea a major ity of li.000 vote over Fergusson on total amount of votes cast In the last election. Allowing Fergusson 80 per cent ot the Increase ot votes over total amount cast In tbe last election, and aatd Increase very likely to go solid for him, I predict that the present will be a close, hard and well contested election throughout. I place this, Independently, aa my fore- east, not allowing unexpected radical ehangos. Respectfully, VicKNTi M. Baca. Ara Loral Itopablloaaa. Tha African citlxena ot Albuquerque beld a most enthusiastic meeting lost Saturday night and organised a repub lican club. The otllnera elected were W . H Johnson, president; George Washing ton, vice president; Charles Lylee, secre tary; John Cornell, treasurer; J. T. Tay lor, sergeant at arm: W.H.Joyce, ('. C. Crockett and K. S. Klleworth. executive oommlttee. Tha colored people of thla city are always found loyally supporting the republican ticket, aud this year Is no exception, especially a the administra tion of President McKlnley Is to be ap proved. Iu recognition of their party loyalty they have a representative on the tli k.1t this toil In the p ron ot J. W. Ball, who wm nominated for river com missioner and who Is a man who would be a credit to any race. The colored republican club will meet at John Dixon's barber shop on north Third street thla evening. PALMS. Ferns, rubber plants, etc, for house decorations. IVKS, TUB PLOHIkT. Floor oil cloth, per yard 2fc HI x -foot linoleum, per yard fl 00 Htove square , lieivy lugralu carpet, per yard 4'ic Tit K UA.K, Tbe Cut Price Cash Store. for Kant. Finely furnished flat for light house, ki edlug; hot and cold water and bath. W. C. Butman, agent. Rev. Mary J. Borden, who waa north on temperance matters, returned to the city last Saturday night. She Is the worthy president of the Woman's Chris tian Temperance I'uiuu. If you want a hair, bath or cloth brush, buy ft this week and save 25 per cent. J. H. O'Reilly & Co.. Urugglst. ALHUQUKRQUl-'S I.kjmum, Mahkkt, TIIK SAN JOSE "TU DCPCHT " n Kfl SHOES FOR MIL 1 1 LU Llll, tPU.UU i MEN X-Ccltt-o "jTom Scon Xor.' N.-. We would be pleased to show them to you Fqual to S5.D0 Goods For wear and looks. All styles. Mail orders Solicited. Ilrin.r t-r.i.r r.MVMrin.r I..... GEO. C. CAINSLEY & GO. .--. MAIL OM If K MM bltKSJ OAMV.ri L ATTKMTIOM E have a Laree Stock of GOOD SECOND T T HAND WATCHES, costing new from $10.00 to $30.00. all in perfect order and guaranteed, which we arc closing out at from $3.00 to $10.00. 1 w . bpcciai Diamonds Watches Clocks Silverware Umbrellas Canes Statuary Cut GlaSS i Leading Jewelry Houm of the Southwot. H IT'O'V' Chll V-tch In.p:tor, -av vv-atij S. F. P. Arsta far Bittniak Fatttrai TT-TP PT-miMTVISS'" a a THIRD WEEK Of Our Grreat lieiiioviLl Sale! And we are going to make thi week a MRnor I Breaker." when w say we are going to give yon Rargalas. You know we always kep our wor I. All O rada left overfrom the K1KK must go at any price, anl we have nude SPECIAL VOW PRICES nu all of our New .sl. We here quote a few ot the many plums that we are offering this week. 1 a i Mi ?; t!J '1 ii it ft 0 'rib Ladies' Corsets. 500 Corsrti in Black, White, Drab and Fancy Figured. Nothing the matter with them, only some of the boxes got water cn them. Thesa would be cheap at 75c Take your choice while they last at 35c. Woolen Dress Goods, worth 75c. now 35c. One lot best grade Outing Flaonel worth toe. now 7c. Gord Silicia in Black, Drabs and Browns, worth 10c. now.. 6c. Dress Fronts in Jets, Braids and Military effects at Half Price. $2.00 Lsdies' Kid Gloves 75c. Ladies' Hose in BlacV,Tani and Fancy Colors, now ic. Boy's Heavy Ribbed 35c Hose,now..l2c. Men's Half Hose in Black, Tans and Colors, now ,3c Boys' Overcoats damaged by water, that sold up to $8, sizes 4 to 1 7 years. Take your pick for 50c. Boys' All Wool Suits, slightly damaged by water that sold up to $ 50, now $1.50 Boys' Sweaters, damaged by water, worth $1.00, now 50c. New Arrivals. Ladies' Silk Waists, Silk Tetticoats, Silk Skirts, Capes, Jackets, Dress Goods, Silk Waist Patterns. Blankets, Comforts, Sheets, Pillow Slips, etc. Children's Cans and Tarn O'Shanters. Ladies' Children and Meo's Winter Underwear. NOTE Our Black Ribbons have arrived, all widths from No. i up. B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors. r ft ft ft ft i'l r ft ft ft ft ft ft ft -:J- ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ?:i ft ft & ft ft ' ft ftft .t.A,,A..J,,A,,4. 4 OUR PRICES. Heavy Weight Ribbed Underwear, $1.00 a Suit. Heavy Weight Fleeced Lined, $1.25 a Suit. Heavy Weight Natural Wool and Camel Hair Underwear $2.50 Men's Grey Melton Overcoats, $7.50 each. Black and Blue Kersey, $10.00. Hoy's Overcoats and Blue Chinchilla Heelers $2.50 to $5.00. Wo Buy in Case Lots and Can Discount all Competitor's Prices. E. L. WASHBURN & CO L , Annti for SJ tmm mam a. yiA mm m mm aaai aa a i i f"rC MAIL, UKXt pqj Tilled Same p Day as Received. H BOH Wit X-Sorst 204 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M. Xjlcclitod Store ixx tlxo Olty." gm lor mrja mm ram U McCALL BAZAAR tPJ PATTERNS. P.l All PalUrns 10 and ISc rjd NONE HIGHER P'3 P. m m m p!1 63 rt nil! fH'j Silk, Salic sx wmilow dijly of the luteal lu q, ij Black Brocaded Silk and Satin. fjj Wl i tu hen witlr, all nlk tnJ ritw desluna In mall and Urge r ttuurt'M, u rftfular 7fti silk, only , 6tc Pj p'J 3 Comparison Invited! Kjail these Itt'iin. (inll and compare tlisiu WITH KlJUAL QUALITIES OKFKKKI) KLKKWIIKRK ami Pd ptHltlv-i thossiii will be, a customer of ours fur evr after. Htmis snp! Imsglue goods can be bought cheaper fc till than the oust of manufacture at fake sales mssqueraillng under various names they take it for grauted-aod lose no Jl money by lining ho. Judge for yourself that there U economy as well as satlifactloti la buying hire. r jl - - PUid Silks. Nt dctiuim, tint fall lylt alt mlk and all Dew cotnbi nittiifiiH (if luliiritikf i. oiilv out imtte-rn (if a aivla. rtuulir Lid '1'i.i'ity, tin. week's aperul, cnly 76c fiii Corded Taffata Silka, Pi All nuar wo.uli and ttic l.itet ahadinfrt In 1ft ttylesof Ltudi utiHf iingle aatin cordt tip t i a i luster uf four curda iricw-rv Itn.tu ii.ihli-cnlur, aim l.l.t. k worth up tu 91 76 a ywd, linn iTk' price only , uuc p'J l! (-Mj rail Y'rt-X p i; ' ' p'l Another new line of ladies' tlannelette wrap pers made of a good qual ity. Heavy fleece back tlannelette in all colors and all sizes from 34 to 41, made like cut. This week cnly 99c Silk "Mittens. lag Silk. a.,. 50c. 7 SC. 51.00. Mais l .Wwiaf 511k, Oaw ftr Im ft a. Ladi Silk Mittens. M.i.li- like rut at rh-, 7.V. il and 1 ih. h mv t pair in iiitIt Ikixii ami Lonir lnna silk linrd and lMil lined. 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