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r Job Printing Daily Citizen, E ALBTJQUE 0 til hi numerous and divert. Book Binding and Hank Book ( erofnMlf tueftried tn rnnd tTu at the anion Btndrrjr, branche don u rt thou Id bt at THE CITIZEN fob Room. VOLUME 13. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 11, 1090. NUMBER 22. mm t 5' r GLOWS VICTORY. Whole Republican Ticket Elected in Saa Miguel County. Spanish Cabinet Hold a Meeting to Discuss Peace Proposition. Fatal Wreck on the Lth!(b Valley lull toid In PenitijrlTJOla. W1ICK Or TBI MalU TltSSA. Special to the Cltltrn. Mantt K, Nov. II. San Miguel comity Jve at let 2oO majority fur Fere. Th entire leglHlative ticket and (lie Ban Miguel and Utiailalupe republican eounly ticket are aafely republican by majori ze from 1W) up. Thi In eeml official and rel'able. John 8. Clauk. Fpanl.h Cabinet Meeting. Madrid, N. M , Nor. 11. The qaoen re gent presided at the cabinet couucll to day. I'rrniler Hagatta read a letter trim Senor Kloe, preeldent of the tpauUh peace oomniliwton, announcing that the Anierloao peaoeconimlMelonereretuaed to recognise the Cuban debt aud exacted the Philippine IhIhikR The council wll meet again thla evening and decide upon r'p,y- , FATAL Ctll.l.IlIO. Train Colllda and eeral Men Killed and Injured. Wllkeebarre, Pa., Nov. II. -The Buffalo einrerw, on the Lehigh Valley railroad, which left New York Utt night, rati Into the New York & Pennsylvania exprens. going eaxt ou Wllktbrre nvmuUin, at 8 o'clock thla morning. Rilled: William Tosheliner, QreninD; Fred Olawer, Ureuian; J. C. McGregor, eipram uwenger; Jacob Kugleman, brakernan; John Mu.Nilly, engineer. Injured: I). 0. Prentee, engineer; Cha. Morgan, exprem uietnonger: John Shanflalil, brk;uiri. A heavy wind Bt (tin prevailed on the mountain lu.it nUlit. which caused the leave from the forest to awnuiuUtfl ou the tra k. The erglne plowed luto the leave which clogged, brenkliig the appa ratus. The Buffalo expreee, in charge ot Kjglteer Rtblin, had orders to etop on a elding on the luomUalii to let the New York eipreae pae. Ah Fiobliu approached the elding he dinoovered that the air brakea would not work. Trie trail, wan moving at the rate ot aiiout thirty milee an hour, down grade. The engineer whistled frantically for the band brakea, and reverted engine and atnek to hie poet, but could not avoid the collision, lu lea than a minute the expre train fr ni the weet, drawn by two heavy engtmn hove In hIrM. A terrible craeh followi' J on a curve lu a deep cut. Nearly all the paxeengera of both trutua were aelecp. Many were thrown out of their berth, but none were eerloiiely Injurrd. The engines ami bagKaite and eipreen ore were piled up in a heap tu the cut. Wmli t.l Hie Maria Trre.r, NaxHUH, N. P. Nov. 11. Wreckers have brought etorrs from the stranded vessel Off C'tt Inland, which rntiihlinhea beyond adunbt that eho Ih the Iiiftttila Maria Teresa. Ail th vcesel Is looked upon as a dere'lt't, the wreckers claim the right to arts the stores which can be raved. The veseel lies betweeu two ree's ou a smooth bottom, and has an anchor rut. The Britleh admiralty authorities here are going to take pcosemiion of the Maria Teresa ea a dreli-t The American con aul has protested auainat this ccursc, Olsmiug everything less aajvagd. KO INIiUMMlV. Thla Country Will Wot lluj Ilia I'hllli" lnra ul rpaln. New Yoik. Nov. 11 -A dispatch to the lli-ra'il frrru Washington says: Insteed of pi) lug Spain 1 1i,IU.1 0 as an itidem- n ty for the nsslon i f the PhllipplLe blainls, Piesl'teiit .Mi K'lilcy intends to reimburse her oUy for the del t, about $l,(H,f(H, contracted for public iuiprove ni'iits. Pii-sideiit MiKinley and the cabluet hav) carefully noted that the eeutlment expressed throughout the C inntty by the elections has beeu In or position to the suggestion to Indemnify Bpaln to the exteut llrst proposed. Helu Mulinil Uut. W'ooster, Ohio., Nov. 11. The Klglith Ohio volunteeis, "President's Own," are assembled here for muster out. In less than five hours after the men arrived thirty sick soldiers were taken to the hospital. stiver and 1m. New York, Nov. 11. Silver. G07Mc Lead, 3.30. Killed by ail KluliMlon. Hanover, Mass., Nov. II. Kire In the general store of ritems & Co., to-day, was followed by a terrific explosion which blew out the lde of the bnllding. kill ing Michael Robert Sylvister, R1gar A1ams, C. A Peterson and C. A. Tolman. Over a di x n were Injured. Spaia ninli t Arbitrate Midtlil, Nov. II. Kl Heraldo aseerts tht the government has resolved to m'ntaln Hpnln's sovereignty over the Ph'llip nee. I: has stijgeeted that Km per ir W,lllam will be asked to arbitrate In the event of the peace commission falling to ig'ee. rel,,aal Teut,eraar Conveatloa. St Pant, Miun.. Nhv. 11. The national '7. C. T. H. c mventlna b 'gan to day. 'hs opening re-sbm was devoted to the appointment of c mnnltteee and annual m- morial STvleee for deceased members, Mies Wt'.lard being the one to whom all thoughts and words tended. Rep iblteea Vlrtorj. Ht. Paul, Minn, Nov. 11. The seems no doubt that Page Morris has defeated C. A. Towns for eongrs In the Blxth dis trict by a safe, small majority. A Dulnth dispatch announces that the congression al committee h.w oouc'led Morris' election. Amendments Carried Sioux Vails, 8. 1), Nov. 11 -From present Indications it looks as If the con stitutional ainauilment on equal suf frage, InUtlve and referendum and the state dispensary carried In North Dakota. Ueelrarllve Plra New Orleans, Nov. 1 1 The Ore whleb started In the town hall at Covington, La , destroyed three blocks of buildings. The loss Is estimated at $i()0,oon. Iead. Havana, Nor. 11. W. A. Williams, chief quartermaster, and F." T. btewart. clerk In the quarter master's department, died ot ftver to-day. Chlrae-o stmt a Market. Chicago, Nor. 11 Cattle Receipt, 2 (XX) head, Including 1.C0O westerns. Market steady. Beeves, II.IDiuO 40; cows and heifers, ll."rQt.50; westerns, (8 6(4.60; stack ers and feeilers, f 2.aoJ t.60; Texas steers, (2 7M4 0. Bheep-Recelpts, ft.OtX) head. Natives, ta.n"l65; westerns, 3.10 (31.50; lambs, 3.7.H"t5.75. THI HALUUNAI1U Ml'ROKR. Sedlllo Brothers Hare I'rellmlaarjr Bear ing Before Juatlte Dvran. Miguel and Celso Bedlllo are having their preliminary hearing before Justice hnran In old town to-day, on the charge ot having murdered Vicente Baldonado In old towu on July 30, George Martlnex and Martin McUtiluneea were Indicted tor this crime by the grand jury, bat when the case came up for .trial in the district court, the evidence was so con lllotlng that Judge Crumpacker lnstruct et the Jury to bring la a verdict ot not guilty. As soon as this was done, the dedlllo brothers, who bad been the prin cipal witnesses In the ease, were arrested on the charge of having committed the murder themselves. At the bearing this forenoon the testi mony against the Sedlllo brothers was quite strong. Pablo Duran testified that at about 8 or 4 o'clock on the morning of July HO he saw a crowd ot carousers singing in front of Martinet's saloon tn old towu. Miguel 8edlllo broke through the crowd with two stones lu his bauds, which be threw at Raldonado, knocking him down. When he was down the two Sedlllos continued to klt;k him nntll he was nearly dead. Antonio Chavrt test! fled to practically 'he same state of tacts, and Martin Mdiulunese and Oeorge Mar tinez corroborated the witness except In a few particulars. Joe Kaiulu testiQed that he saw Miguel Sedlllo strike Bal donado with aonicihlug and knock him down. TbU afternoon wllness-a fur the de fei, limits ate being examined. mil iintv, Turkeys Ducks Oysters loting Val Sweet Hi cads Shrimps ruoke.1 White Fish M'uce Meal Liver SatiKSge Minced Hams Salama I eoul Cervelat Spring Chicken Spsre ItltM P irk tender Brains Farm Sausage Lnncli Uerriug Head Cheese Leber Kase Hilled Ham Blood Sausage Lamb Tongue lobster Meat Ban Juxk Mahket. Send in your orders for flowers for Thanksgiving early. IVKS, THE FLOKIST. SATl'KltAt'a aetl UL MALE, AT TUK Bl tiV bTdhK. I cans peas 25c "V lute Knse," the best grade of Japan tea, direct import, order ot the new crop; just received to-day, only... 4 c Two full pint bottles of chow-chow. . Dried ligs, per It 6c Two caus bent California peachee . . 2-'st Kastern gooselierrles, per can 1"C Three cans corn 2"ic Ijtrge lattties of 'J"c catsup, only . . . . l.'c THK MAZK. The cut price cash store. Popular Coucert ml 1'upular Prlea. A ballad concert will be given In the Congregational church Thanksgiving evening. Any one wishing to hear a favorite ballad, please communicate at once with K. L. rtashburu. lUilroad avenue. PAI.Mi. Ferns, rubber plauts, etc., for house decorations. M rs, THE Pl.OKIST. .mWATCHES.. Wf rrll our K allrnnit Vntrtie Ith uri iiliHt.iuli uu.ir;inlee Ihev will t.i Mting llMecliun. '1 hi- fuliiiw 1 1 if we o ii b' ill-1 the l'tl .it. Inn tui ruilma J at-i vii e ; J 7 Jewel Hamilton, $25.00, Heavy Silverine Cases. 21 Jewel Elgin, 30.00, " The Vanguard 40.00, u Gruen Precision Watch,' 65.00, u " u Yitl'K MONKV Ktlt K.i-.l IK IlltV KAIL TO PASS. V E R I T Uading JewcUf, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M. tUadquarUn for DIAMONDS, WATCHES, Etc. GONGKESS llEPUBUGAN Majority in tiie Lower House Over Combined Opposition. Spain R().-cts Demands of tbe American Peace Commission. Train tuebcry Near Fcrgnt Falls, and - Ixprcst Sife Mown Urea. ITADA 10LIDLT airUBUCAI. Washington, Nor. 11 "W hare re celrcd confirmatory information from every district la the United States," said Cbalrmau Bibcock of the republican congressional com ml tee toitay. "Ihls shows that the republicans will have tlilrteeu majority and perhaps more than that over the combined oppoeitlon In the next house of ripresentatlves. Any changes which suberqueut returns may make will be In the direction ot Increas ing our majority. The straight out re publican strength shown wilt be Ibo." Maveda Repunllcaa. Reno, Nevada, Nov. 11. Latest return show McMillan, republican, has been elected govt runr ot Nevede. Careful compilation ot the m xt legislature ehowe for I lilted States senator on Joint ballot: Anti-Stewart 2u; Stewart 1ft; doubtful 4; one County having one aseeuiblyman still to bear from. TRAIN HOHHKHf. Train Held I In Mlnneeuia anil Kipreee afe lllown flpen. Bt. Paul, Nov. 11. Olllclule of the Great Northern Kxpress company, whose local safe waa blown cpeu in the train held up last night near Fergui Fails, Minn., say the loss Is very email, the safe not containing money. A Fergus Falls special to the Dispatch says: Kxpresmuau Mcdrath, messenger and fireman, were compelled to sit In a row on the bank, under oover of menac ing guns, while tbe highway men were at work. W bile attempts to blow the large safe were In progress Couductor Smith eeut Brakeniau Otto Notdham back to flag possible trains. The robbers flred at him and tbe bullet passed under his arm, Oue robber proposed to rob the passengers, but the others refused to go luto the oars, as several men were pre pared to resist Suspected Train Kohbera Arreeted. Moorehead, Mluu., Nov. 11. Sli men were arrested at a hotel here to day, who are alleged to have held op the Great Northern through train near Fergus Falls last night. The express safe was blown open aud rilled. The prisoners had large revolvers, burglar tools, dark lanterns, dyuamlte aud dynamite caps. Not oue of them is more than 3(1 years old. There seems to be no doubt that they are the men Implicated nud had agreed to remit xvous at U'jorehrad. Kanaaa C ity Market. Kansas t'lty, Nov. 11. CslIN lu eelpte, 4,000 head. M.uket. ste .ily. Native steers, 'S 40,5. 2f; Texas steers, 42 r54 to; Texas cows, t2.il43 10; na tive cows and belters, $1 U GO; stack ers and feeders. (2.01m 4 2 ; bulls, (2 2o Hi 35. Sheep Receipts, 4,0 K). Market steady, to strung. Lambs, $3.SuC(5.0(i; mtiltous, tl'la 4 85. t Ol. !, Urala Maraat. Chicago, Nov. 11. Wheat November, 05J4c; December, tjo't'.iBjo. Com November, 81 e; DecemUr, 31 rH(te:i2o. Oats Novemlier, 23c; December, 2,1 ' m Mnner ataraet. New York, Nov. 11. Money no call, nomlually, at l' .(2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, Sin I per cent. Keal Eetate Tranifere. Antonio Cortesy and wife to K. V. Cbavrz warranty deed to lot ti, block H, N. M. T. (Vs. aildltlon; consideration, tl.JKIO. Wuii.ii L. Bletcher to Chi'ster Green wood, mining deed to all ot grantor's In terest in the No Name, Smuggler, South Side aud Gift lodes. Cor lilt! mining dis trict; consideration, 1U. llatlle K. Crary to Atvah M. Woods, quit claim deed to lots U aud 10, block 1, Kastern addition. Hattle K. Crary to Alvah M. Woods, warranty deed to lots 7 and 8, block I, Kastern addlllou; consideration, (150. M. W. Flourney, trustee, to Alvali M. Woods, release to the above-described property. D. Welller A Co. have just received a full line of cheese. Imported Swiss cheese, domestic Swiss cheese. Llmburger cheese. Fromage de Camembert. Kroueukase. Sierra cheese. Schloshkase. Neufcliatel cheese. Kdaui cheese. Something new In crackers: Bent's water crackers. H-nt's hand made wafers. Bent's Vieuua sugar wafers. Kent's afternoon tea waters Th Limited. There was a rumor lu circulation last night, owing to the limited frciu the west be'ng d 'laved, that the train was In the ditch at Se'llgman. "1 wish to deny the report emphatically," remarked Conduc tor Frost this morning. "1 brought the train in from the west, arriving here about 'M p. ui., a Utile over three hours behind time, aud the delay was caused by the euglue ot anotlwr trulu being off the track at Needles, which blocked the flyer for three hours and we could not make npths Irst lime tetween Needle and thisclly." '1 be limited from the east arrived to day at 11 :H1 o'cloi k, being eleven nito litre tiehind time. Conductor Gak'liell brought the train In, and made op twentr-fotir minutes between Las Vegas and this cry, the limited tielng behind half an hour when it renched Las Vrgas. He turmd ovir to the Santa Fe Pat i tic ttity through pusNenger for Calitorula points end the t Mowing hanilsoiiie coaches: Huff"! smoking car 160, din log ear ll)isj, Pullman cotches Agestes, Z'tee, Kutip.de and obserralluu Coach 8;bri. Prom Maelmlento, K A. Mlers, the couuty eommtssiiHier e ct from the First district, came in from the Naciinleuto precincts this rmrnl'ig, and until a pleastia call at tills olll.'s at nisiu. He state thai cut if several hundred rules ct In Ihs three Nitciruttnto preiinrtt Fetgtiseoti uly rcrirrd "and," coutlnned Mr. Mlcra. "Billy Hye, whom the Indepemteuts aont op there to wore for them, bail mlgliiy hard Joo o get out the all rote for the ticket he espoused. ' Mr. Mlera will remain In the oily for several days, and will atteud the count of de votes at the eourt house to-morrow morning. The lee Ion Conn. Hie hoard ot coonty eommllonevs will meet at the court bouse, at 10 o'clock to morrow morning, to count tbe v. te cnet In this county last Tneeday, November 8, aud Th Cmr.K expe-ts to be able to ofllclally announce the big republican majorities la thi paper to morrow afternoon. On the second page ot to-day' Citizen the partial rote ot thla county la pub lished In tbe tabulated form. The fig ures presented, wltb those from the absent precincts, will give handsome major ities for all the republican candidates. Soaorra'a Kepnbllran Mejorltj, Simla! to 1 lie t itilen. Socorro, Nov. 11 Socorro county give Perea 3tij majority. Kvery man on the republican ticket f eta from 200 to 5(10 majority, except chool superintendent. Kverybody bappy and good nnlured over the result. W'.K Mahtin. ekKlol tuiTIHU MCKAPE. Jacobs Unaaalra and Sir u utter ree, al Alameda, I'nder Aireet. Another cutting affray occurred at Alauieda yesterday forenoon at about 8 o'clock. Jaoobo Uonxulea and Josefa Apodaca y Uutlerree were brought to this city to day and lodged In the county jail on the charge of assaulting Mrs. Flora Alfaroa de Chavrt with intent to kill. District Attorney Finical, Nestor Mon toya and Deputy Sheriff Martinet went up to Alameda this afternoon to learn all the facta In the ease. Iteports which bare o far reached th city state that brother ot the Injured woman discovered ber about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon at ber home and mn tUated with fifteen different cute In dif ferent parts ot the body, the most serious ot which was a cut In the throat, which severed the wind pipe. A surgeon front this city was sent for, who sewed up the cuts aud did everything he con Id for the Injured woman, but It Is not thought that she will recover. It Is said that she has made a state nient charging GouxUee with doing the cutting but not Implicating tho Gutler res woman. The cause of the cutting la said to have been a Jealouey exlutlng between Mrs. Chavei aud Mrs. tiuttierres' though the p irliculars have not been learned at the time of going to press. Gonial, s pts.ttvi-ly r fues to dlsruss the aff nr. We have just received our full line of antein canned goo Is. We are ngents f "T the Ontario Preserving company' Fi rinlaie i.rand; none bettor. Ff. -h Saratoga chips. D Vvriller A. Co. are noted to carry the do-s' lino ot staple aud fancy grot-eiiee 4i.il Impurted deliculeM-u. In tLe south west. 'i HE FAIR. No. 113 South Flrat atreet. (ur otij-ct -Is yonr satisfaction. Buy from us if you want the best for the least money. We have a flue assortment if lama. notion', toys, queetisware, granite ware, "servant girl proof" china nre In Individual pieces, sets or coin plete c mplemei.t. Be a friend to your purse; waste If you will, but dou't spend money with jour eyes shut. Try us inc and you will come again. Tiik Faih. RACE TROUBLES iv" ,. President and Cabinet Discnss tne Grave Question. Barter Killed the Ncfroe', Peace Prevails at Wllmlntloo, N. C ' Spiilsh Tro pi Are Evacaatlog the miliary Posit la Island ef Cabt. BACI WAI IMKIIIIT M aUROIS. W'arhlngton, Nor. 11. At eablnet meeting to day attention was devoted to the race trouble in the Carolina. The president expressed much concern over the situation, but It was deetded that the development did not warrant federal In tsrterfBce. -'The condition In those two state will, however, be kept nnder close surveillance, with a view to action, should It be necessary. The following cablegram from General Wade, chairman ot the Cuban eracnatlon committee, was read: "Havana, Nor, II. To General Corbln: For the Informa tion of president. From our arrlral the Spanish authorities here have, I believe. carried out the term of th evacuation ti the best of their ability. Ships arrir lug here have beeu promptly loaded and despatched, about 2o,(MiO men having gone. Lack of transportation and money to pay the troops Is giving serious trouble. The governor general seems nnable to deal with condition a they arise. Ac counts from here are to sensational I de sire to Inform yon of the true state ot af fair. Signed: Wauk, Major-General." DEMOCRATIC lll lKiOX, Driving Mat While and Hlaok Repnbll nana from Wilmington, Pterin Uarollaa. Wilmington, N. C , Nor. II. The demo crat are In control of the city. No for ther serlons trouble I likely, Tbe re publican city oflloer all resigned last nlgbt aud democrat were put in their place. The first act of the Dew government was to swear In 250 special policemen Instructed to prevent any attempt to terrorise the negroes as well a to frus trate acts lawlessness by th latter. Mayor W addell aud associates have put a veto upon the proposed lynching of the negro prisoners. Th mayor kept guard at jail all ulght. This morning six negroes were taken out and escorted to the north bound train by the militia to be banished from the city. The citixsn cheered a they saw them going. The men were started for Richmond. Squads are out to day searching for the most notorious character who will be deported. Several white men obnoxious from association with negro politics are a'so to be deportod. Kara War Imminent. Paoa, HI., Nov. II. Imported non union negro miner here are becoming reckless while the uulou white miners are growing restless. Almost nightly In the ll tt hall district the negro reddruie practice shooting at any while man that passes. Negroes have bten heavily armed by the mine operators. I .ant uighl the residences of several white mliteis wete shot Into. Walter Butler, of troop B, when a..ked to iliiiurni the negroes, said It was useless for the sheriff would aim them again. Hllie were received here to-day for cltlxeus who Intend protecting their property aud families. ACTIVE IKsl KlitNT. Philippine lueurgenu C'eptnre Important leland from Spnlnrde, L udon, Nor. II Advices have been received at the olllce lu this city of the Philippine Commercial companv. saving that the Insurgents have tskn the Inland of N. groe, one of the Philippine f roll p. separated by narrow channels from Panay end Z-tui, and they are he selglng Iliolo, capital of the Island of Pansy and oue if the largest ports In thr Philippines. SPECIAL. i- s JUST RECEIVED ! A Lice cf HjyV ami Youths' Shoes th it arc Kxtra Strong, made to s'.and tho wear of tin: Hoys, Size! j; 'o 5 1 1,50 a raV. The Ik t Slio; Ever Made at the pru c. CEO. G. CAINSLEY & CO l.ii,ft Sl oe Dealer, 122 H. Second St. WAIL OMIIKMB UIVKI IAMEPIL ATTKSTIIIE Special rtlirnnfl Ac tsiuiiivti uo Watches Clocks Silverware Umbrellas Canes Statuary Cut Glass WE have a Large Stock of GOOD SECOND T HAND WATQffiS, costing new from $10.00 to $30.00, all in perfect order and guaranteed' which we are closing out at from $3.00 to $10.00. H. E. FOX, Chief Witch Irupcctor, S.F.P. return Leading Jewelry Hotue of th Southwest. y,(evtV"eyerVvarVr Arats W Far 4V Bittarick . a at f THE PHOENIX 11 Areata fcr Jaettr aaltar la 8rtai C GRAND REMOVAL SALE I Still joes mmiy cn. Everythinp; in the itore at special'y bw price'. We sti'l have anme of the goods left over from the Fire which goes at FIRE SALE PRICES! You Know wha that nu ans. M' mrat move a little of the New Goods as pojsiMe, so have made Special Pticei for this week. Now is the time to lay in your Winter Supply of Dry (J tods rnd this ia the p!ac whre do'Iars dS rlouble duty. LJ. .ii i . lie J! 0 Ladies' Tailor-Mt'e Su's, 1 teft style cut A strkt'y upto-a e Fretk wnth$i5 to. This week only. . .$7.50 Lacks' Figured Bri li inline Skirtt. .$1.15 Lariiea' RibSd Vests aoc. Lacie' J. tsey Kibbtd Union Suits. .. .50;. Ltdi s I fete, blark and color 40 Laditt' Corsets in blick, white and drabs, worth 75c 25c. M is'es' Combination Suits .ajc. Hoys' and Misses' Ribbed Hose, wirth aoc. ard 25c utfe. Men's Camel's Ihir Fleece Lined Uot'cwear , 50c. Men's lit bo, black and Un, per pair.. .3c. Boys' All Weol Su'ts, tightly damaged by water, 1h.1l s Id up to $5 00; now $1.50 Boys' Overcoats damaged by water. . .50c, Sp-cial prices this we;k naBUtkets, Comforter, Spreads, S letts and Pillow Slips. Lice Curtains for less money th in any other stores can buy ihera for. Ruffled Scr.'m Curtains 75c. A go jd Nottingham Curtain 65c. A yi yard Nottingham Curtain, worth $3 50 $1.50 We wish to cll vrur pa-ticular at ention to our N.w Silk Waists, Si'.k Skirts, Capes, Jackets. New S.yles in Neck wear, all the latest novelties. Ascot Ties, the latest fad. TaffetiS lk Petticoats, WalHnj Hats of every style, Fur Col'arettes. See the new Crush Belts, Etc NOTE. Srecial Birgaios this wek on Mca's Suits, Overcoat and Furnishing Goods. B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors. eJeleA.el,e4.tAetA,e, aatek OUR PRICES. Heavy Weight Kibbed Underwear, $1.00 a Suit. Heavy AVefeht Fleeced Lined, $1.25 a Suit. Heavy Weight Natural Wool and Camel Hair Underwear $2.50 Men's Grey Melton Overcoats, $7.50 each. Wack and Blue Kersey, $10.00. lioy's Overcoats and Blue Chinchilla Keefers $2.50 to $5.00. Wo Huy in Case Lots and Can Discount all Competitor's Prices. E. L. WASH BURN & CO V:effeefaef.ef 44.4.). afeefiafafafifaafaf aaf 44ef ef efef aef eff4.444f 4X rpllBllbllrallnllbtllrrrairrallrallralltallollrallrallrrillillr -,,i,ii.ii,i,,iip,,,,w,i,i-,iiii.Miiillijiijlijrjri TSii" rTeirBa.mnniifrB 1 . ill FB.ea i m I R la tliaWIUVHUlHtf I l0 -a m m 4 M ? (!? J 4 nil I'll tU (al M m 0J Agent lor CALL BAZAAR PATTERNS. All Pattern 10 and ISc NONE HIGHER MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day at Received. 201 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. V, Boat Xeilcclxtocl. Store In tliz OJ ty." Comparison Invited! Heuil these iteint. (IhII and rtiinpare them WITH K(JDAL Ql'AI.ITIKS OKKKKKI) KI.SKWIIF.UK, ami wear posltivt theseii ! will lie, a nn'iiturr of ours fur ever after. Some ptwp e Imagine gooda can be butijht rht-up t thun the e ', of 111 tniifa'ttiire at full ealea ninqurailng unilor viirloue nainen thnv Wke It for griiittHi and hue mmy by iloln ko. Judfre for yourself that tlivre iHeeonomy at wull Msatiafactlon in buying here. Silk Sale Se t- window dii'Uy of the latrt In Black Brocaded Silk and Satin. VI ith iii-t wi ir ;tll Jilk ttid niw ki.ign im null mil Imga likfUtfM.u rciil.ir ?.rK ilk, only Aftc Plaid Silks. New iK-HiuiM. tlnv ull'ai sty), nil fill am. all new c. inbi natuiiiH ttt t'li'urm-i, tily on pitni ot a ityle, regular ajl (guilty, tlin wrfk'g ecial, only 7ic Corded Taffata Silks. All new ithhW Hiitl ttie latrit hiding In 1ft at y lea of ctirdt auiiit itiiKlr atni cords up t a cluster of four corda in every im-tu n.tbk' color, a!v black w rtli up to 1 7B a yuid, this wt-i k'i price only wwc H mm Ancther new line of ladies' flannelette wrap pers ma(e of a good qual ity, Heavy fleece back 11 mnelette in all colors and a'l sizes from 34 to 44, m ule like cut. This week only 99c Silk 'Mittens. If 511. kei. 50c.. 75C, 51.00. Ma4 al lWwUf 5itk Om pair In . Ladies' Silk Mittens. M.mIc likt cut at ft tic, lie, 4 1 mid 1 yr K.u h it? ir in imlr Imii't and mmr Imiki Milk IhimI ftitd ftuul 1 'tied. Children' Mittens In mlk, wool and time lined Nt l.rK.-t 'jot-, eiiw ana 6u. .. pair. Boys' and Girls' I lead wear. S a window display of Tarn (I'Shantera, bitf variety at l.V Hoy' tnihl.iry c.tpa ui .if.ic Hoy' LrtiliM cupniit Arvnurtej.i colnrsi wtMil sutflont for Lhv iu girln lijc and H.; sjlvet teipii for boys uutl uirl eit ..60; A nil a Mitjirrh line of inf.intt' bealwcar in euk-idowu, mi! k Hiid wiMtl from 'i.'-t each upwunU. Onrita I'mon Suit )tntt like cut forchiltlren, in ihnet and Ih dii. (.'hililft-n'it oin'ii down tin- front, hII ., W-V. l.aititV, made like cut, ui'W.inN trout fic. It it- Hhove unit ia entticlv el.aiic in evajry n-iH-ct nd i tlicrtdt'te pettfct l! tiny ittj avlf iuhLxintng all lint.' in all tfrttdM in toik. Mi 0 'At t-'' V,t m y.t iit . ' Hi 0 at 4 rj3 pl m p pi M p p p 3 m E p 03 is fj 0JJ p" 0!