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im ! Job Printing HE iBUQCERQUE Book Binding: and Blank Bank Vork promptly nffiM In rnrd rk ii THE aTUN EUwfenr. a all Hi numerous and divert branchrt don a H .hould be at TUB CITIZEN lob Room. VOLUME 13. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 22. 1090. NUMBER 31. Daily Citizen. AS MIMPORT.- Associated Press Imposed Upon bj Some One in Pans. Spain Will Probab y Accept Amer ican Demands Under Protest. Twa DriDkco Mluourl Farmcri Frozen to Death la a Blizzard. aTOlK riIVA.II.IRO AT CHICAGO. tain region. Dangerous gale continue over tliH lake. The temperature to-day mnH in to IS Mow In Minnesota and theliakotas; 8 below to 8 alstve in Iowa and Nebraska; 4 below to 4 above la Kan sas, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. Chicago. Nov. 22. He idqnarter Aeeo elated Pre. Ilia Paris bulletin etui out shortly after niNin on Monday an nnuuclng that Henor Moutero Kto bad retimed to continue the peace negolla tlon wan uot eent from Pan by ttie correspondent of the Associated Pre It im not sent with h' kunwie.lg or bjr bin agent. The niaasag wa received over the wire of he French telegraphic fable' company, and It appear on in qnlry that the cable heet wu handed In at the Parle offke and wan Indorsed In the name of the Pari correspondent ol the Aseoeleled Pre- The cable com pany wan imposed upon. In reply to a special mei-ag of loijulry the Pari correction lent of the Assodated Pres said regarding ths bulletin: "I aent no oh suteoien. it la declared, too, by the Hrjaulsh enmmtsaloner to lie untrue Ha the Aesnclat-d Press ben Imposed upon by etock Jobbers? Mklvili.k R. Stunk, tienerel Manager ST A IK WILL ACI II't, Daman! ( U lld HI Will eAfmd t ' f apala l'a trr Frotaat. New Vol k. Not. 22. A dispatch to thi WOild fioni Pari eave: Wonuro KUm president of the ripanlsti Cotnnit.tMi.n frowned ae be IUton.il tj America's liusi note at the Joint sessii'U of the peuc commission. When the reading endcr be Mid curtly: "Hpaln rt urn new until NovruiiM-r 21 to reply. Mi wl I preeent her user on Hednesdev." 1 wai reported Immediately after the see el u that 8aiu h.td detenu med to bre'k off negotiation, bnt the orld corre spondent' information rattier point ti bi-r giving notice ou Wednesday that eh accept the American proposal wide1 p Oleet. The Spanish eerretary, Ojeda, s "It l for the Hpaulsh gov-rnmeut to rte eld what to do I do not ee .how we are to avoid yielding. We hare io l r lend, and apparently are helpless In the matter." 'la the queen regent In favor of ac cepting" Pert bally, no doubt she in," answered OJ di. "But ehe will guided by the gov en.meiit end the cortex. Nobody cau toll what ibe c rtee will do." I1 ANOTHia LIOKIMO. pela Will Not Agra to Cede the Philip I Ine Islands. Farla, Nov. 22. Th Bpanish peace commissioner lout night telegraphed to Madrid the suietauce of tutted 8tatee memorandum presented yeelerday. aud lata yesterday evening were discussing it among theme Ives Ah late aw 1 o'clock thia morning a Hpanlsh commissioner atflrmed that bla colleague did not know hat to do regarding the American oiler The predlcllou It made that Bpaln will refuse to cede ih riilllppliie. and will say to the Oiled btales: "Vou mat take the arth pelago becauee you nave the power to do so. An you sdvauce we Will retire, protesting t. gainst such greedy aggression. W will faithfully carry nut our part of the filrdiiei aud lesva Cuba and I'orto Hlco n your hand. You came here to eiiRHge in discussion under the terinn of a proto col, but you evidently mean. whm drawing up that diK-uiueiit, to provide a conference la which, though we differ, men to man. ynu proponed to announce at the proper time what you will do whether we agree to It or ohJct. 8urh attitude rob the conference of a uegntla tlve oharacter and wt up the In I ted 6tatee a the dominant power, whoee HthI purMiee 1 to llHteu but whreie ultimate determination U to do it own will." IMMiaantiliwt liiur. New York, Nov. 22.-Preldent Rafael Igleetax, of Coeta Kira, I a paeeenger on Hie Atia line eteaiuahip Altai, wnicll ar rlvnl thin morning. He coiuee here In eearch of health, at leant that 1 the euppoeed object of hie vieit. It I reported, however, that he may dlm'uw the claim of Coela hlca lu lh inter iirean canal during hi vlnit, with I'reeldenl McKluley. Owta Hicane n rr much desire the completion of thin canal. f teaident Igletla salil that he ie trav eling pruriticaily incognito and nut on national hualnexH. He elmply comee here for the tienetlt of hi health and f i owt H tak a trip to Kugland and Krance aud on hi way hmuj epend mime month tr the Lnlted tate. Kegardln the proposed canal Prexldent Igleela nail that Cinta Klca had Importani rliiht which It reserved and Intimate.' that it will not be plain sailing for Hit new eyndlcate. wak in asiiu.ii ion. TMllmonr of a HmM ller..r the Hoaro la tfmm Vork, New York, Nov, 2J. The war Investl gating committee decided to-,lay that it would not visit Moulauk t'olut tu body but would eeud a committee to prepare k report. Mr. Hiwan 0. Powell wa the first wit nee. "We called you," explained (leu eral Wilson, "becauee we beard that when you otlereil to go to camp a a uurse you were not accepted becauee yol would not agree to maintain eecreci should you Qiiil any derellb I n of d'tty Me wiili to know who exacted euch croiiiiee from you." "1 web ou w nld not .k me thai uue"tlon." Weil, ha-i the ouicer any aiiiiioruy ai he camp, be an ul!l.er of tin I uite i hi ites t-riier "I'e w a an i illcr of the army. I d 'lot know what authority the prreon hi u the camp. THE FA1H. No. 113 South Flrat street lb Kalr is growing rapli'.ly. Bee tin imxIs anil mile the pnii a aud you'i iudertaiid It growth, we are lu dui . ice'nt of new uoods. Our etiH'k oi 1111. chiuaware, atatloueiy. notions iioiiHeholil c.sls, kl.cu-li lieiM-iwitlee, etc s complete aud the piliK ure right 'ill on im, look ut our ntock, couipan iir criiv wlm otlieri) and you will la "iivln-ed Hint vse cau Have you quite k large percentage ou your purcluuwa. TilK "aib. firm rr Caul t.ulil babaala.aa. Theee poliulek have never b.u bwuii. tor lean thau tlu,0ti0. Mr. Aiu ay lu toruia tie tlial be Una eucceeded lu gel .iug the Kiiultable Life Assurance o mty of the Lulled State to Issue $I,UM men and upward, it I the bent invent iuenl ubtaiuaule, aa In caee of death although only one payment may hav oreu made, the beuetlciary receive goli debeulurea bearing it per ceut iutercMt ihin ta good interest and Have th. mother, wile or daughter, a the cam may be, the trouble of investing, and per cent lutereet bearing guld debenture re worth more than u per ceut accord iug to the bonuses new being paid for per cent government bond, furthei oarticular cau be obtained from Air Azulay, special agent of the Kquitabli Life Aasurauce society, n biting boild lug, corner of Mecoud street and Uol avenue. Dig liaal la Maal ratala. Dr. 8. Aubrlght ha aold to U. N. alar run tin store tiuildiug, known aa tin Brunswick ou Hallrod avenue. The nab wm made Ihrough the real estate olllct of J. M. Moore aud the conslderHtiou ww fO.oO. tioctor Auhnghl purpose U erect buildings on his e tensive grouui t at the corner of Becuud street auo fijeran aveuue. PALM. Kerns, rubber plants, etc., for bow lecoratloua, IV KM, TUB VLOKIkT. PET IN POKTO K1G0. Disturbances on tils Island Quelled by the Military. Officers of Elrhth Ohio Reelmeni Requested to Resign. Bcavy Snow Stormi la ftortbera Siatet aol Weataer Severely Cold. IIVOLUTIOH IX SAI 8ALTAD0I. Waehlngton, Nov. 22 The war depart ment ha received the following Irou leneral llrooke about reported ilimirdcir u the island of forio Hum: I'oure, Nov. ai. Advice are rmvlvec laity from nan BeliastlHii and otliei trnuhlee iiue region, ihsorder were ir o HTledfrim that part of the Island Im iueltalely after it came Into our pos ition, but I had it thoroughly patroilei iiidama'.ill pill rolling it. Kverythiiit it been quiet for three or four weeke -ieveial tiandlU have been killed o rouudel by the patrol. KeHirt Wen very much eiagerate.1. nvery polni ii .is been beard from to-day, aud quie. tud good order prevail. (blguecl) "UHIIOKR. KkOllRtrtU TO klIUN. Man of the f.l,ihlh Ohio H(lmeal Ba qaaat IITtlrar i Haala'a. Wixieter. Ohio, Nov. 22. A result of a moetiiig of the Klghth Ohio volunteers. .he "rresldeni own, a roitud roiuu tigued by all wa banded to Col. llard.re-lue-iliiig him to reelgn. Lieutenant 'oiouel Charie Lllck, cougreeeman-elect. 'Jnarteruianler Kuliun aud Adjutant vlayne are also asked to retire. AUjot Aevdreclit presented the document U lard, who deiuanded to know whethel ibe reipiest wa because ot tnelllcieucj ir charges prnlerred or because he wsi I coward, to all ot which a negative an wer wa ruturued. Hard relii-ed lore Wn, and said those dleeatiHliel conh -ike that step. A desire fur promotion i i th part of subordinates I given b) lard'n friends as the cause ot the round robtn. Revolution lu hmu nalvadur. New York, Nov. H. K dispatch lo tin Jcralil troiu Panama sayn: l.aleailvicn iroiu Balvador Indicates that the revoli is more serious thau at tlrsv thought. II .nay Involve all live of th stale in eueral revolution. According to ad Ice the real object 1 to overthrow lh fe-leial republic, organ ited on Novembel 1 at Amapala, bis kuw Uriru. Hi. Paul. Minn., Nov. 22. The enow Jtoriu continued throughout the night the wind piling up big drill. The wim ire working reasonably well, th nialb lines of railroa Is are oien and trains ait arriving only a few minute late. Tin ranch Hue were almost blocked in thn dale aud Wisconsin. Locally buslueee i almost at a standstill because ot tht lack of street car facilities. FroRan to laath, Bprlngflel l, Mo., Nnv. 2Z Oea and Kd. Totter, married farmer, were found froen to death near Ash Grove to-day. Yeelerday they went to Ash (i rove and drank considerably. They started to the r forms and were caught In a bllt enrd. It la atippoeed they fell from their liornea. IOLU WAVK. Horn. Center at t hlraao with a Cold Wava Over the Lakea. Chicago, Nov. 22. 'i'be severe storm mnvrd northeastward, and in central to day over th upper lake region attended wllb. rain or snow over the western lake teglon and the Ohio, Mississippi and Mia toiiri valley. A cold wave 1 moving forward In the rear ot the storm. The lowest temperature line run southward a far a central Nebraska and western low. It I an unusually severe cold wav for this season, hut I moderating omewbat in the northern Kocky inoun Oweu Hinsdale to-day ordered 3K pounds ot turkey which he will serve U his numerous patnuin at the Klco catt it Ills Thanksgiving day dinner, lit cordially Invitee all of bin old boarden to take dinner with him. The diuuei will be served from ll:.ki to 1:30 p. m. The usual price will prevail. Kenuicr Locus, who wa arrested yen terday afternoon on the charge of steal ing 41U from Morrvlll Hrue., the tailors was sentenced to sixty days In tht county Jail by Justice Crawford thlr forenoon. Hurt Jones, the cigar man, ha renter the store adjoining W . U. llahu & Co.'r barber shop lu the N. T. Aruiijo building and will niov hi cigar store to the ne store ou Liecember 1. , Come in to-morrow morning and pick out your Thanksgiving turkey. We aim have geese, ducks, ami chicken if you would rather have them. Ban Juk WihkKI'. Hugo Sclimltt, a registered pharmacist from Chicago, I now employed at U. Kuppe'n drug store. Our Thniik-gtving turkey have ar rived. Onus lu aud take" your pick. Ban JlJhK MAHkhT. FOR A TIIANKS(3IVING OFFERING WK (IKKKK lit" Triple Plate Knives, the very best f I HO per duz. lr urns l i uialcii , 4.( " " Ten rip Kins 4.i i HOliKKS SOLID SILVKK Ml Kl h (not plaicl,: lunka mnl rin like llvr. Tra Hpoonii.. TaUeroika. .ao.HTi .. J .io er del 1 ahle Nl'Ouiiii h&ira Mivt-r 1'l.itcd Kluve "iU lier do E V E R I T T Leading Icwclcr, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. Headquarlrn for DIAMONDS, WATCHES, Etc. Siit by idaiI or rtprt-Mt in rri tiit ot ptx r. M A Penny Saved it. II. D. BECKER, Ora.c-IPrIco CiiSri CKE20C:E3, 218',' SOUTH SECOND STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFF1CE. Coniilcto New Stock of Staple and Kuticy il-occrics. THAMHSUIVIMU DIHMl.B. atia. Bumniall will Barva Ona rrom I la 4 t30 p. aa. ua Tharadaj. Mr.L. J.Humnii ll will serve a Thanks iving dinner at her dining parlors ol inursilay next which will remind peuplt I the maguiuceut least mat they nseo hi enjoy M llie taiiiity board ou 1 hanks giving day lu the old home back asl Everybody known aomeihiug of Urn. neat ou ordinary days and from thlt .hey can Judge something ot what 1 In -tore for them when hhe make a specia, Ifort. It will be a spread Ut for godi tud men. There will be au abuudanct tud variety of fowl, together with all Hit leliciicles thai Hie Albuquerque maraei ttlords. limner will be served from l't A'liH'k to I ;.1U lu the af teruoon, aud sup tier will ne unpenned Wltn ou that day Persons desiring private room for then famillen will oblige Vim. Hummell lo lotiiying ii er m advance no that the neo ssary arrangements can be made. ludlau achool Taaa. A good stiff practice wa bad y ester da) ttleruoou and the Indiana are lu tint viudillon for their Tiiauksirlvlua da foot bail game with the Albuiiueruut iram. T hey are light as their weight below how, but extremely fast, aud their rapn, ormallous have apparently no etfeel on their wind laiwers so that much handiest f weight is perhaps diminished aud the) if course are unplug or the best. separately and Collectively a lot oi tturdy and well seasoned player ai .'ouud. Many have played a couple t eats on their team and therefore lots o. linger In seen. Last year the tlrst wa forced to disband and only a secom levcu wa lu the Held owing to lack oi ame tu be had. Several games havt now beeu arranged aud tweuly-Uve play rn are practicing faithfully every after noon aud a good game In now looked fol thanksgiving day al the v'alr grounds. I he line-up in as follows: Kmht Knd tiiitirrn-a; aright. 143 K'xl'l '!' kle- Ali-lKls: i ,nlit, u, hik'lil Oo.inl - Kasttni; wciulit. lovi. Li-nler IJuiiiIsiim; wciwht. Ioh. I.t-tl l diiiid Hai h; a i-is lo, Ins. l.cit 'I ' kle - lUnru.iH, wciiiht, 14U. I., ft l.li.l ' l.Ulf. ,iKlil, 1 ij. UOMllclhiK k lilrt-ll, wnylit. i:Ct. KSlil Hall bdi k koybal; arinhl. 1117. l.rlt IUII ls k v.-ilil. I:i7. l-ill!lih k-Lltl't. Ji'tllltton. Wriullt. i:iK MiOMiluteM lloruli, Mr'Ulit 17; ilanurl r'-J; aoji. l:io: I.um t, 1(.. l-i -1 1 a II 1..-. -r Iimh koully Mret-d titotticiatt ilflll'OC, antl t. ii..rll Umv im M 111 (Writ-.-. I isii.r will btult liultly alter '4 p. Hi., 1 hank MivoiK Ua'. llan II ur I'royratu, Htiino Sulo "Mdtianillo" Mm. Kuly llarait Ket ilaliiiu llfzckiuli liroult MisJ M .iii.l I int.- A Y.tin Juliii VV. 'I el Ki jtliliu -"'1 he l.ot Heir" M im llelly Willr f -tnet S.iln C. K. Ci.glo. 1 l,r lien ilor ll.il.l-l.-r . il ii i ne II, No. 1 i C. linsik l-.l.-i Irtral KilJeillnt-iit. I KixIitii k Mm.' I'ri.li-i t..i t.pe I. Ilerberl O. bns.k The decidedly interesting program, a outlined above, will lie given thin even lug at Orchestrloii hall by the ben Hut Literary society of the university. Kvery one Interested In Uioet cordially iuvileU lo attend. Send in your orders for flowers for Thauksglvlug early. IVKS.TMtC ri.OKIST. IO 3 3 i I'uckiijjes Coffie,. " Kaiiiu, ... ,$i.oo a5t. Sago 25c. Ralston'g Break faat Tood 35c 3 Package Scotch Oats, 25c. 3 Tapioca.... 25c. 3 " Rations' Pan cake Flour 25c. EDameliac,. , , 5c. headed by C. T. Wkiigh and W. It. Karlckson, called on the happy couple, tnd at 4 o'clock thl afternoon the crowd friend were still holding forth at the cottage of Mr. and Mr. McKarland. The conple were th recipient of many handsome and costly present. I nlntaatlaaallr Owilltad. The ladle ot the Temple Albert bazaar sdogie for having, by an oversight. milted to mention t ioee ladle aud gen tlemen. TH10, by their assistance In the arlou entertainment ot the week. mtrilioted greatly to the euccea of the tiaxaar. To these their cordial thanks are due. Mrs. Alfred Ornnnfeld, prel- lent; Kv. Dr. ft m. II. Ureenburg, aecra- ffUkktll A II IK CO OA MB. f. raadlaiea Areaatad rnr fllmllam. Ina W. A. MaClaaka. ttarshal alcattllin thl morning arrest- Mi W A. McCioekey and J. 11. PendleU.n. 1 former for being drunk and the latter h? working a bunco game on WrH limket lille be ww drunk. Since hi wife cMirtiire MH'Inskey ha occupied a sun over rutrelle fiirnitur store rn itilh Klrnt Ktreet. While he wa Intox ate.l Pendleton worked himself Into hi avor and sliareil the room with htm, an.' iso used Mnt'lnekeya money to bny vhisky and other luxuries. He kept He loskey lurked nn in hi room and ear- led th key In hi p.K'ket. A soon a vlcl'biekny showed sign of sobering ui -Vndleton would tak him to the nearest lendly saloon and nil him up again. MoCliiekey. when be started out on til pree, had bis pocket foil of Mil and mall change. II tnrnrd $i0 over U lr. Fntrelle for aafe keeping, bat wltb hi exception and 6 cent, all bis money an gone when he waa arrested lo da. he fact tht thn money was all spent lid not phase Pendleton, who appears to fertile In resource. He called npor he young man who ha charge nf Mo 'Inskey's tin shop and told hi id that Mo 'loskcy needed 16 cents to bay oi'dlcln- vlth. He received the money, bnt her it vaulting ambition overleaped itaelf, or the youuar man promptly notified the tiarshal and the arrest followed soon tfterward not, however, until he had pent the 75 cent In buying drinks for ilmself and the crowd at the bar. W hen be wa arrested he gave the narehal mime "Hp," and received a warm suing on the e.r for hi Insolence, Justice Crawford thl afternoon pen- n ed Pendleton to thirty days in the onnty Jail. K. J. Mcimntlii, who wa sentenced tr flirty day In th county Jail on the harire or obtaining fraudulent enosr no lens for newspaper and magaxinee. Dinnleteil his sentence to-dav, and was re-arrested nn the complaint nf II. B, lthgow, who charged hi 111 with obtain oi il.ro from him In a similar manner 4cllnald hvt hi hearing before lustlce Crawford thi afternoon. Hr leaded guilty and wn sentenced to hlrty daya more la the county Jail. AUCTION AI CTION. The Qraat A action aala )f lintiseliold furniture will take place at he large store on Railroad avenue, be- ween the new Orant building and Mrs, 1 ks' store, Bati hoat muhninii. No VXHURB iln. I will positively aell with ut reserve to the highest bidder all ol he furniture below enumerated, be kit uauy thing that lack ot space preveuU ma advertising. Ill Bl BIXIM 8F.T8 I'l id cAkrrrn 10 Woven wire sorlngs. mattresses, Una lot it heating stoves, beautiful brass bed tnd spring, two Due Kreiicb plate nilr ror. hall tree, chairs, rockers, center tables, lamp aland, writing desk, book Me, Turkish bath cabinet, refrigerator, lislion. cotik stove, etc alaguinceut op wrtunlty to Ut up hotel or borne. Htore (en for luspeotlou of goods nay neiore le. II. 8. Knii.ht. Aucllouaer. The Blanchard Meat and Bnppty com oany received this morning two tons of turkey for Thanksgiving. Manager Krank vt llson. of thin popular meal mar knt. wa seen this uiorulng and he stated that the turkeys received for this Thanks- living ar the best and fattest ever ban lied by the Blanchard company. "We lava received order this season, con luued Mr. Wilson, "for the shipment ol uirkevs a tar west a Ash Kork, as fat uth as Las Crucee, and as far uorttl as l.a Vegas, and thl afternoon we are very busy weighing, packing and prepar 11 g these ordera for Immediate ship neut." Sheriff Hutibell returned last night 'rum Peua Ulanca, where he arrested the ly va brothers, who are charged wltb - aultlna K. Baca at Bland on election lay. lliey will have their hearing In Hena Ulanca to-morrow. We have coming for Thanksgiving hlpiuent of JJeerfnot Kanu sausage 1 1 reel from the famous Deerfoot Kami in HassachusetUt. it you want enms put In vour order at once, pan johk MAhkkT. Bieclal arrivals for Thanksgiving 'resh ilreseed turkets, geese, duck raiiberriee. bulk oyster, sweet elder. ulk mluce meat, bleached celery, at The VI axe. Humify Sheriff J. W, flreen came lu 'ruin Mulltip last night with a couple of lawbreakers, who will be at home in asa de Sandoval for a short time. U.a- Decisive Meeting to bs Held lo-morrow at Paris. Thirty Transports Ready to Remove Spanish Army From Cuba. Gatberlnr of rf!IUt at Itcw York 10 Witness CorDcit-Sbatkcy tlgbl. IATT iHOW II KAItSAe. Wasblugton. Nov. 22. At th rabluet ilieetiug today a bllef cablegram Was sad tl.iW Juuly. It Was aulwUu .ally tu actor d Witt) the uewnpapvi tpotui ( yeeurilay's pruueetliugs, ai- tiMiugn no lelnieuce was luaile lu au) eiciwluclit aueliiilng the meeting 01 any agrneuieuL U wa slated that I lit uext meeting will take plaop tomorrow. 1 ne cabiuei uisvuseed lue mailer. 11 to ui Ot llel ot lue uieiuOei thai tnere WU. oe at least oua more meeting after lu .nor row if the BpaulsU UkCIiIv W lejeci ue American proposMl. Ibe oaOiegiaiu said ttial a reply frou. .lie BpauteU oomililseloners lo the lateei jieuiof auduiu eutmiiled by our couimi. .loner wa expecle.1 al to-morrow ilieetiug. No lultmallou, however, hat. eauit.il bare a W what the bpaulsO re .ly Would be, but bo duubl U euiaruliiro tutoug members of the cabinet that tht rfeaty will be signed wiltnu a few days. IM Cabinet also discussed the t ubal. tltuatlon. It Wat developed that Hit Joaulards hois) lo be able to couiplett tlie evacuation of Havana by Hec. 'in. A furiiicomnig order thai the preseul Ji puty colleloi ot internal revenue aud tome other governmeul olliclal shall t sxempted Iroiu lbs operation of lbs civil tetvioe law, waa goue over at eotut length, ll la expected that the onlei ill be issued shortly. UalkaHaa al Hrulaara, New York. Nov. 22. Thl city 1 tlir rendexvou of thousand of men (denu ded with pugilism, who ooiune from an jver the I uiled Blates lo watch CuNhIi Aud Bhaikey settle the questlou of lis tic tupreuiai y before the Lenox Athletic l'IuD to-night. ( drbeli Is the favorite In oolllug at KM to s. kRAOl Til kCVAVDATSJ. SpauUk Trauaporla Kaady to ktmoit Traapa Pram Islauil or Caba. Washington. Nov. 22. The Cuban vaouatlou commission has made quHt ei tended repoils to ths war department euuceruiug the sltualluu on Ibe Island relating largely to proposed sites ol U ui ted Stales gar neons, I he evacuation oy the Biutuiards may take place soonei than at brst anticipated. The 00 limita tion has been lulormed that thirty opau tab trausporls are now ou their way to Cuba aud will be able to take away a large number of troops. The war de jarlmeul la making arrangeuieuU to send troops to Cuba as aoou aa the Span tarda evacuate aud will be ready to 00 iiupy dlllereul points aa fast as Spaniard move away. t'OLO IM atAMSAa. AraUe Weather aa Hllalarlac rlllaaarda a the Frelrlee. Kansas City, Nov. 2'J. Bnow has ceased to fall at most points III the southwest, which Im beeu followed by the collies! weather of the season. The teruionietei is gen " ully hovering around aero aud 0 the gr in replnlering two to fourdt greee ba.ow. High wind la drifting the now uwdly, hampering the train aud telegraph service. He port ot e 11 Iter lug eallia are f requeuL ilia coal mines si Pittsburg, hau- aud vicinity, already bt hind lu tilling order aa the result of tht recent Illinois aud Colorado strikes, art having dllllculty In supplying the Uecet Hies of the market. TUAMSteUIVIMU. Baltimore Oysters In bulk Houuia Bay Oysters lu bulk New Vork Couuls lu cans Blue Poluts lu the shell Little Neck Clams In the shell Kasteru lobsters Kastern Sliriniis California Lobsters Crab California Bhrlma Clams in bulk Fifteen varieties fresh Ash. Ban Jomc UaHKKT. Jouaaoa'a l uivaiaal tyclupaadla The latent and most useful work of Its clan, edited by a thoroughly organised board ot scholars aud specialists, ot the highest reck. Is now being presented U the neoule ot Albuquerque, by T. B. Hovell. euecial representative of D. Apple ton X Co , New York. Prices lower thau those of any other work nf lis quality. Thanksgiving delicacies of every crlptiou at the Ban Juhk Uaukkt. dee- I a ilk i i;i t CI :i ;s 55 m mmummmMmwWMMMmi ?r Areata Far gattarlck ratttraa THE PHOENIX m PASSING ALL RECORDS ! AXOTIIEIi WEEK OF (1LOI.Y RATHER THAN PROFITS. yE SIIALI enieavor to make this week one ln to be remembcreJ by the trading public. All of our new and up-to-date atock bought for the new store will be put in thia tale nt ritlictously low pricea. All goods left over from .he Fire will be marked cheaper thun ever before; yoa know what that means; a whole lot of goods f jr a little bit of money. A BIT OF ECONOMY. Min'!Wks,8li.iirs for 25c. Ladles' Hose, II pair for gfic. Children' Heavy Itlhhet 2c. Hose 12'e. Ijwt week of Corset Bale, reg. 75c. Cornet, black or white 250. Colored Satin Klbbtui, worth 10c. to Soc., now - 8c, 7 Sc. 10c. Men'a Klne SusMtiiiler i(j, Ia. lies' L'nloii Suit, up from B0c. Children's t'nlon Suits, np from fsj. YARNS. Saxony, fie.: Spanish. I V.; German town, Hie; ice Wool, Inc. a box. Men's Heavy Kibbcd Fleece Lined I'ndorwear, thl week 40c. Bee Bargain Table of Trimmings, alt kind of Pusee rnr tileries. Special Hale or Ladles' Walking Data, Children's Csi and Tain O'Shaolern. Dress Goods Bargains. - One lot of np to-date Dres (ioo.ls, worth np to 75c. yard, 00 Hugaln Table at 23c. 8-Inch all W ool Stripe Doiicle Cloth, worth A&c. , thl week r 35c. Si-lncli Attabet Cloth, all shades, worth 75c. the world over, now only 5f. 44-lneh Cover! Cloth, the Finest, all the new shade, 75c. porthtl.iMyard, this 7ic. See onr Ladles' Cpe anil Jackets, style and price all O K. New Line of Children's JacketM, Jutt received. lArge Assortment ot I.kdle' Waistn, In Outing Flannel. Cloth. Ilrllllantliis anl Silk. Price wy down. All the latest Novelties In Ladles' Neckwear. BTKCIAL PRirKS on Comforter. Rlankefai, Quilts, Table Linen, Napkins, Towel and Crash. Corduroy, beautiful quality, 1 week B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors. aaaaa,al..jraaaj,a.ajraaa 1 4 I MEN'S AND BOYS' Li Overcoats, and Ulsters, Reefers, Box Coats All shades and weigh', baught for caah and will be told at 2 pOZ WOUt 1C than all competition can aell them. La. oi.iD5k. r3"wp From $2.00 to $25.00. E. L. WASHBURN & CO. JfiIUlJjJ mrsm f a J k . re. rv n p a roU McCALL BAZAAR V Ell D H H A H l I fl B I 1 f I H & El r im mum Ageots for McCALL BAZAAR PATTERNS. AO Patterns 10 ana 15c NONE HIGHER m X3.ar3t MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Dr aa Received. 201 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M. X l-C-LtOCl St-X3 tx tlxo Oity." ....November Space Making Sale is flow On.... Our Christ in is ( odi are beg'nuiog to crowd us for room. fort lot k, and tell goods so low as to tempt and justify our motto: You may Walk tho Town Over but until you visit Geo. G. Gainsley & Co's. Second Street Shoo Store, Vou may miss the values that you can I'KI'KN'D IPtlN IN KAI.L KtMiTWEAK. AOIES' SHOES Lhcs or Hutton ull leitther and Moth tops. Putcnt Leather aud Kid Tips. New lar-ts and ull ne goods this Kail at J CP: ,50 A ?-A.IS, Have always sold for J t.mi. WK CAN Pl.KASK Vtil'. CEO. 0. GAINSLEY & GO. Lira rat Slios Dealera, 122 S. Second St. 4IL OSIIkk 4.IVKSJ llkkkklt ATTTIOSJ aaA AXAAAAA AaWtAA AAUkAXAAaWUUUOWWS Mr Parlaud-Martlu. Thl iiiuruliig, at H o'cliN'k at tht church of the luimaculute I'ouceptlon Rev. Mandulari Jolne.1 lu marriage Peter J. McHarlaud aud Miss Cecilia Martin after which they were driveu to one ol Hie cottage opposite lluulng's castle, which had previously beeu nicely titled up by the groom. Mr. McKarland I one of the faithful attaches of the wholesale grocery estab lishment of liross, Hlack well ft Co., aud his wife is the popular sister of Mrs. Luke Vi alsh. This morulng a Lumber of friends, aWkaWkaXaVraWWk. nave a Large itoclc ot LrUUU itt-uiNU HAND WATCHES, 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. Special Dlamon ds Watches Clocks Silverware Umbrellas Canes Statuary Cut Glass Nrv t lasjrVVresp WWrW ltrketrira'rVnrnrVtrrV tt kevVaeavVVV H. E. FOX, Chid ktch Iiuptctor, S.F. P. Leading Jcwtlry Houat oi ths Southwest. J "Always tb. Best Yalaes at the Lowest Prices. r m m 111 id tiO t ii PT0IIELPUSMAKEK00M... p isO p J i LACK DUKSS GOODS... Home new arrivals lu this department. ItH Inch tlirured Mohair ) LL W-lucli Kugllsb Cahmere Choice, per yard ....... 2&o 6H lucll Pebble MUlllUg J an Inch tig u red Hrllliantlnea :iH Inch Novelty Jacijuards.. :tH Inch Novelty Hulling... 44-iuch Uguied hrllllaiitiuea iu luch Kreuch derge bu Inch Clay diagonal rJ Inch ISovelly reucn serge mm All colors aud black. J ,uo A full Hue of gold medal novelties, In all the new effects for Tailor Mail buiut, Novelty Crepoua, only one pattern to a style. Our trim patterns reduced to $ 8 00 Our 17 60 patterns reduced to Hi 00 Our tiu.OO patterns reduced to 17 60 We are going to take time by the economical buyers II We will give tMs WKKK ONLY a 10 per cent reduction on all Hres Woods, Bilks, Trimmings, Klo., bought of us. P" isl M B pO p" B p tJ p ell p bu J. Choice, per yard. ..45o Regular 7oe goods, choice, per yard . . . .nfio Silk Petticoats, In all color aud black, j made uf changeable and plain taffeta i " WAISTS AND SKIRTS... A new line of Hllk Waists, lu plain satin and duchess aud plaids: colors, green, red aud new blue. Made lu newest style, only $t t0 hlack Hatlu Duchess Waist, only 0 60 Only $ B0 A full Hue of Kurs, in Nutria Hear, Coney, Astrachan, Imitation Mink, Krumer Angora. Thibet aud Imltat ou Kriulua. I'pward from 16a per yard THANKSGIVING LINENS,.. Additional rest will be given to the Thanksgiving meal by having your tabls equipped wltb some of our snowy lluuu. (Bee window display aud note these prices.) THANKSGIVING LINENS (CoDtad.) M inch bleached Table Llneu at 'in. M-iuch bleached Table Linen at m'.o TS-lnch bleached Table Linen at 60o Uubleacheil Table Llueus, all width ami all prices. We guarantee to sell you ths bttit 7 J-lnch boo Table Linen lu town tor 6oc. NAPKINS... 100 dozsn to make a selection from. Fringed Napklus, colored, per dozen 25c Krluged Napklu, all white, per dozen iisa Klve-eights size Napkins, all llueu, per doz. up from Too Three-quarters size Kauklus, all llueu, per u. :--i. IIOUI I Seven-eights size Napkin, all linen, per dozen, up from TOWELS... ti oo 1 23 Hemmed end Huck, 17k33 Inches, only lSc Krluged ends Huck, IHktl luches, ouly 17a Uemslitched end Huck. HUM Indies, only auo Aud the best Colored border Hamask Towel, open worked aud aud kuott fringed 26o TADLE LINEN SETS... With napkins to match, lu plain white, colored border aud hemstitched, from -'.oO op, according to size. ART GOODS... Ths weeks are slipping by. The demand is great for dainty new thlug that are to be oou verted Ink) gifts by skillful uugere. Come early for your supply of these. The new rof Pillow Tops 7,v, Humped Hofa Pillow Tops, with backs Doc to ji 00 Htauiped Llueu of all kinds. A new stock ot Art Milks. A new Hue of Art Hllkollnea. New designs In Art leulius. A full llus ot Hllks, Carouatlon Cord, Krluge and Finishing Cords of every descrlptio t. flee wiioi vt ) yi Sit fit fit fit fit fit fit t fit ? fit rt fit fit i!t fit fit fit if. ilt i'-i r "k HI t 1 f p 4 rjl p rll Oa Oi d m m E u M m ta M m Oi Ui m E Oi Oi Oi rra Oi Oi B?3 . f Mpajw-aFf t f '