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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1911.
lii'.i I GEO. W.HICKOX COMPANY ! t sew Mnxioos i-iomxk jrwixnis J Waiei ni"t'ri for Kant I and al IJua, I turn Wltek K I fjtaJrlaj ant Kiicravlng. X rilS KfH ntOM lit 9. SKCOSD T. - CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Rang-rn, lion- rnmlaMrit Clouda, Ontlerj. Tootn, Iron Dp, Valve and llltlmr, plumbtif, Hcatioj. Till an.! ( opiwr Work. Ill W CKMIHl A iw TKl.Kl'HtiE III. MATTHEW'S X Beta tha itandarj for abiolut purify, ai wall aa flellclotu flavar, la- tlat aa tlrtf acrvrd with Uatthews' only. PIIOXE 0. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ' ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA All the Good Things of The Season ; We Are Never I Undersold I Ward's Store ii IIOMnt It. WAItl), Mgr.. 815 Marble Ave Plionc20fl .4.aa Tin- bed Middle Inn i h lu l. had In the city a r ul V. I,. Trltuhh 's, II I N'orlh I'tillil Mill ii. f f ) 1 1 1 ' .'!. Journal Want Ads Get Results WALLACE HESSELDEN (.i ni'iiil Conliiiclni'. I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 m hint workmanship i niiiil. Vr i,n.u nnlee iiii'i'i" fur vour money Hi. in .ids other ( iHilriirliiiK I i i' f ii In Alhu iiil'iHi'. Office ul (In1 Supci I " i- Plan lug Mill. J'lioiit- :li'7. DO YOU NEED SHIRT For one week more we shall continue to sell the Monarch and Cluctt Shirts at greatly reduced prices. Monarchregular price $1.25, now 80c. Cluctt -- regular price $1.75 and $2.00, now $1.20. Porous Knit Underwear, special, 75c the suit. E. L. WASHBURN CO. Albuquerque, N. M. Ill ft. IdA. Ill W. Uol.L . W'w jva WIKtWbM n e Xtr.' blltlllllet ot 4-1 ICE CREAM! S ILFCLD CO. LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers Undartakara and Etnbalaiara. Prompt Bcrvlca Day ar Niht Talapboaa 71. ReaManc lit. Utmug Illk., Copper an4 fetcoad In th pvent that yrnj ahull td not rMitl vo ymir Piriitim tfiicr tlf plutir tlm I'OMTAI, TKI.Ul IRA I'll '.., mIvIhk your nam uixl utMri-M uihI ihn itpr will l Ui-vfit'l by u m t In I m'N.-n((f r. Th lrl ph"h la No, n.05 Koniird T)i nlj'ivii rnwrird will rm paid tr th uitfut nutt ciinvlctton of )i nynut rutin ht ittnllntf (-'lti of tht Mi vi ii i ii ii J nut nil I fi nil) th iliiorwiivs of milmiTliu'i h JuUltNAL I'dlMKIIINO CO. LOCAL NEWS OF INTEREST WentJier Hi-pnrl. Fur thp twenty-four hour ending at 8 (i'l iin k yi'sti relay afternoon: M it x I ri-1 1 in I -Ti i x-r.-i t it r . 'M; inlnl- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . Illl; lunge, ti'i, 1 1 1 1 1 ( i I u 1 1 1 1" i ' ill ! k, h'i; wrsti rly wIihIm; rlviir. I'OI'ITHHl. W'iihIiIiicIum, I). ('., July 2:1. NVw Mriu, 1'iulmlily luir Miiiuliiy ami Tui'Mliiy. Ai'izuim; I'riiliiilily Tali' Moinliiy ninl 'I'lliMila y. Wi'Ul '1'rxan Full' llllll codlcr Mull iluy; 'I'm Milny luir. )r. Mt'liU'cntkiT, (ilrDiiUi. liino 717 Mr. mill Sirs. I'nWi'll Stm kliiiUHf rami' up I . i I li;.:lil li'din tlu-lr Imiui' at Sim A tit '!iii, N M. Mr .and Mrs. It. i. Ki tn ( ihc 1 1, luiv liiK Ih'cii (liliivi'il will not Ifii vi fur tli.it- new Iiiiiiii' In CuIIiioH'Iii until iili;lit. i 'ha 1 1 inn ii Allrcil I Iiiiii.hIi'IiI (if lllr IiiiiU'iI ul' tiiiiiily cniii mlshUiiHTH, rr tiii iu'il i Hti'i ilas rrinn n montli x lrii In Ni'v in ii iiiul dtlii-r I'UNh rn rhlcn. I ; . .1. II. Mi'Hsi'i'. mi'slillim i 1 1 1 r Jul till' A 1 1 ,11 J 11 IT 1 1 1 1 ( 1 1 1st I II I III till' ,M i I h. id isl l .niM il i hin i h Smitli. : I'liarlu'il at llii;hl.ui, Mi'tliiullhl ( linn ll JiMlrlilay 111 till' UliMI'lll'll (if ' t hi' 1 1 , i .'. 1 1 1 1 . ! In- .Ji.Iiii V. I-: 1 I . -1- lilt r,ili't'.la' iiim nitiK. in i iiiiiiiiiilc(l by Iii.m liimi l, fur thi' 1 1 1 ii r I'ei'iiM coiinlry wlicrc lir lll Hpi'iiil a ci'i'k. Mm. lOhlcr ami lur l.al. anil M rn. ( 'liihlri'M Mini fiiiiil-I- ulll Cirllil ll llliillth III till' iikiiiii taliiM. Train 2. Ih,. liniriKt flyer., uirivcil in A I hiiiiiii 1 1 1 nt mlitnu'lit Iumi iilf.lil. .luii nun. Iiuiirx hi hliiil Hclii'ilii h 'flu' ili'lay w an ii 1 1 sol In ll'uiihli' i;it tiiilt ai i'"."i Ihu Oilut'iiilii I'Hi f man Ni'imIIi'H Milny tin. tilw In iilur Is Im'Iiik ii hunt. An riimiic lalluii' m ar Can vnii lu.il'l.i iiImi roiiti iluili il liivMtrd ih,. il. l.n. Nil. s, din- hrrc nt fi i'i.'i p. in. ill ill' il in at 12: .'ID a. in., I" inn iiunihl I . 1 1 1 1 1 I No. , (ithrr Santa !l'i' dams last nmlit ui'ii' mi time ur i nrarh ..a ami H In Hie ln'lii'f ul' Uii' j nttlelali- lhat tile Hi'.IHull (if llelll, Iran, il , .I'liuiitg ami suit tnii'li l.s t . I 1 1 1 u er. 'QlHTNtNA PLACES SON IN CARE OF SPECIALISTS 1'rhiu s il'.i-riniul, .t nly 2J. i.iiii .ai Vi, iumi ul Si'iiln ith I'riin i liiim hmhiiI liiie tuihn ami iliuvr In the I .! 1 1 1 1 1; 1 1 1 1 ' u I -l ( I clline. where 'In (.tun.' wan i,u e.1 In lite tale of Ih'- i'ii -a- ia iim lur ti' atint'iil lur a(i ilili. I sun ..I i he I hrual itml hum. I'l mi i' .Inline ill lie reii'iii i il tn llluli I i'U M ,.,: ll eatmellt. lull llulhillM has (i l hei n ileriileil in reKaril tu llie u" I itlell uhlili (s lU't I ull-iilel'l'il il l e i-,-l uii. Ihluu M ii lout-tic., Oclal o,av. Try a journal toant Ad. Results SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. Move, Slvp, Pack and Store Pianos and Furniture, PORCH, WINDOW & DOOR SCREENS, WE ALSO SELL ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WORK. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. ;! ' ne ai.it on. tint ' to I ,,,4111111 litter, Hintw I I I IHIWl !! Trl. aa Irt- IM French &. Lowbor g Funeral Directors and Embalmers Idj Aallaat cor. mi avd vtrmiu ntttr Ition 1 HERE HUNTING Country Scoiiiccl in Se.ych for Slayers of Unfoitunate Mex ican Laborer Found Dead Near Winsluw. Slu till Jtte U'utulK ul Nttvitju coun ty, Aii.uiiit, itml lilMit' t Atturiiey inr. Imtli ul Uull.rouk were In Al lnuii'ltm the later nrt ul lust week (in the liiukuiit tur FiispeetN uf the inuriler ul an unknown Mexican near the lailroail trat k nt Winslow last Monilay. Sheriff WniulH It It the city Satur day niKlit. ami M' laiv yestertlav. not hit villi' lain utile to lueiltf their linn. 'I'he niunliiiil Mexican was IoiiiiiI on Tlinrsilny mar the H'lnslow lee plant hy 1' A. Kit luii'ils n nil It. It. Manel. The 1'iuly w as fuunew hat (!e coiiilinseil. Tim ant hiu'llli's w i re Imnit'tllately notified, a coronet's Jury lininiieleil mill an liiveitii'.alion' iiiatle. Thti Jury fotinil Hint the man tiiine to his tleuth an a result uf heliiK stahheil with n klllfe, mi r the ee. near the left car arid in the buck ul the neck.. The tiflieeiH immediately scoured the ctinnlry In all tllr. t Uiiiih lnneuleh of miHiiei ts. The two men who have been mostly wanted by the offb t rs nnd to whom suspicion must Ktionc.lv points were umkinit at a rallronil ciiinp. They drew their pay nnd skipped uii MuiKliiy last and their present w ben iibuuis is unknow n. It was In Hiiirih uf these two men that i the officers came to Alhiiiie nine, rait their search haviiiu proved fruitiest I hey "a l t for their home in WUihIow. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Anna Maria raiiiil. Mrs. Anna Marin Aranoh, a widow, iiKrtl slxty-une years, tlied at Ii p. .in Siitiii'ilay at lur home nt 7S South A r 1 1 . i Hired. The funeral will be held nt the home this niurniiii; nl HI o'clock Willi Interment in Santa Harlnirn cemetery. The licensed is survived by two ttiNlci'H und n brother. Apuilara Infant. F. F. Apodaea, Inlant mni of Mr. ami Mrs. F. I '. Apoilaca, of Ft ml S. Sccuntl street, died at noun .M-Nti rday itml the funeral will be held at tint Sacred Heart church this afternoon tu three o'clock. Interment will be In the San J oho I'fiiii'li n. Mr. Apodaea the bereaved father. Is an employe uf the American Lumber company. Mrs. Ml. I' Sterner. Mm. M. F. Sterner, nacd HT years, an old resident of Albiunierqui'. pass ed n way cstiTtlu y afternoon at 4. SO at her 'home west of old Alhii'iucr iiie. Mrs. Sterner is survived by one hun and two tlatiniers, mi I'rowii. due son. Fdward, and one iIiiukVi ler, Marie, reside at the filthily home here, while another datmhter, Mrs. .1 T. t'ralne, rcHldeH In llnlle, Mont. Tin funeral will be held this altar nnnli at 2::iH fl'tnii the chnpel of French l.owber. Key. V. S. (iber bulier uf the (ierman l.utberiin thiiri h, ciimlni tliih' the services. Hiiiial will be in Fairview. Weak Places in Track Caused by Washouts Inspected by Manners and Superintend ents With View to Repairs, A number of S.tuta Fr olliclals w ere in llu city yesterday en route to and from Hie nceties of the wasbouls of the la I week, and inMiecliliK the dani iiKe and also the repairs that have been ncciinipltshed by the extra Kanxs of workmen. The (irst party to arrive was (Jen i lal Superintendent of the Toast Fines I. I, llihbard. who with Architect t . A. I nlaws, was tuiirlni; the system In private tar number ll. I'rlvale ear No. 21 liit vtiH-. on board M. .T. Collins, Win ral puri li.tslni; nuent of Chicane, i line in I runt the ca't yesterday evc tlltlK. A party ul ucnerul managers came In from the west as extra number 10. The pally contained (leneral Man HL'crs Fax ul A n tu ri 1 hi. Wells of the t'i asl lilies, and (leneral Stiperlnlcli ili nt Km us of l.a .Inula. TO ESTABLISH RACE TRACK AT HAVANA (Ity Correspondent Win lilted I'ress.) Havana. Mnml'iv, .Inlv 17. Alter l'i'ieateil fallnies to establish rneiin,' as cue of lilt wittier attractions of Jln Miiia, there now iippears to be every pt'obnhilily that the spurt will sumi he placed nn a sallsfaelury basis. The Singer Cigar Co. Can Fill Your Cigar Wants. 107 s. nil si. "On the Htiv In lite Post Ofl'li,." 4 s OFFICERS 1URDERERS lift FE OFFICIALS 'J ALBUQUERQUE Clearance Sale SPECIALS FOR Today Only Silk Parasols A fine assortment of Silk Parasols, regular $2.50 and $3.00 values, Clear ance Special, today only, each $1.29 Initial Handkerchiefs Ladies' Initial Handker chiefs (all initials), worth 75c per box of 6, Clear ance Special today only, per box 39c Corsets A very desirable line of Corsets, selling regularly from $1.50 to $3.00, Clearance Special, today only, each 98c Watch our Windows and the Papers for Daily Clearance Sale Specials. THE SANTA FE Railroad Company Spending Some Ten Thousand for Buildings at Hurley and Santa Rita, Grant County, J. 1). Murphy, bridKe nnd biiililinR foreman fur lint Santa Fe mi the seiilh end. who was In Hit' city yes terday, reports n new station Just ctiinpl' t"il at ,'lurley stalinli near Sil ver City, wlii i t n bin i eticen I ra 1 1 n K plant is beiiiK built for the Cbino com pany. This station, it is understood. osts about J.i.ilOil and one Just start d nt Santa llilit. the bit; cupper camp. will cost as much or more. Mr. Mur phy, reports both towns lively am! KrnW'inn rapidly and says there is un precedented activity In Hie mining in dustry In general In the Silver City district. If you ncetl a rnrieiiier, telephone llcssettlen, phono .17. Call at my office! and let inc. tell kii nil about I he new town of Itlvcr hiinlt. California: tin new terminal of I lit Santa I'e Kallwny. 1 II. Kent. Aiti'iit. Hi S. ltd St. E. Thrilling Encounter in Suburbs of Tacoma; Rider Escapes Unhurt hut Tires Are Chewed From Machine. f Hjr Meriting .Imtrnnl Hneelul Inwtl Wire.1 Tacoma. Aash., .Inly 2:t. Kelurn inff on a bicycle from summoning a Physician at Faye.lliip. a suburb, to attend his Hu k father, Jesse diadwiek was attacked In the outskirts of Ta coma by three wildcats. Chadwi.k interposed the machine between Hie beasts and himself and esi a ped. It was found today vvith the tires chewed nil. DOCK STRIKE BROKEN AT ANTWERP: LEADER JAILED Antwerp. Itelgltiin. July 23. The P.,,1 i ... i ...jl-iiit. rnmimtiv iiiiiiur. cully has won Its fight ngiilnst the strikers, one huniireti ami tweniy dockers have broken away from the union and ruturnutl to their work with tin company. President Sehonkerene of the Ant werp Seamens' union whs arrested last night lor the part he lias taken in tlic tikiiatlati. JwscmoaldS ranwxMiV him ii NEW STATIONS FOR WILD GATS ATTACK RIDER niinnrnrn nrnrn p k m-iuix UUUI LU I U ULILLU FOR S TWO MEN LODGED IN BERNALILLO COUNTY JAILj Conflicting Stories Told by ; Prisoners Cause Their Deten tion When Hailed by Officer Curtwright of Santa Fe. Special Officer Curtwrinht of the I Santa Fe brought to Albuquerque lt niKht from Sucorro and Indued in tie county Jail. Lewi I-. Locke and Fred Frlnxle. accused of belnit linpileataid In the mail robbery at Htwro last Friday ninht. Frlnnle who claim- to he a cowboy, was armed with a Sav aKo autnniatlc pistol calibre .'Si, while licke hr.d on his person a quantity of silver money belieyeil to he v !uit vu, lift of what was taken from the (cash drawer at the Socorro Ktdlion at the time the mail Hacks were rilled. The men were arrested at Socorro yesterday inorninK. A postoffiee Inspector will lis f'.it to the place immediately to make the iiiveMtiuation of the robbery. Th.' two mail sacks which were rifled were. 1 left III the depot Ht SiicolTi;. waiting I for the delayed train from Kl Fa so i to brim; them north, and when the iuKent arrived at about train time I shortly after eleven o'clock, he found j the pouches iiiissliiK. The mucin M I were later found In the railroad yards, lent open and rifled, but little of value I was taken out of the sacks. The caah iihiwi-r at the depot was also oioken 'into and all the contents, uboul ten I dollars in silver, taken. I These two men were anions; tin i many examined in connection w ith the robbery, and their story of their whereabouts was of so cunf lictilit; a ! nature, an they contradicted them selves so often that- the oilicpr lt t.,i:ri.,.i in n,,niii,! Ho.ui TIimv I were brouijlit to A llniiiieriiie ami lodged ill Hie coiiuly jail for safe keepinn. Hoth men strenuously deny any knowlcile of the crime. They are neither well known and Locke ap pears to have no particular ocoupa lit n. it Is ipiile probable that thp thieves got away with some valuables willed have not been secured as it Is often that heavy shipments of re Ftisterei! and money order mall are sent Into Socorro Irnfn the postnfflces In the plains rounlry of Socorro county west i f that place. This possibly Incited the crime, and the haul may have been n disappointment to the mall punch thieves. The men will he examined before a Justice of the peace in the course of the week, meanwhile the officers are still working on the. ease and develop ments are momentarily expected. PUGILISTS BATTLE WITH BARE Twenty Brutal Rounds in Old Time Fashion for Small Purse Pulled Off in Staid Connecti cut, lltjr Morning JuiiriiHl siwiiai 1 mwii Wire Danbury. Conn., July 2.1. One of the most brutal prize fights in this .section for many years was liel, at Sodom reservoir In Southeast New York between ti and 7 o'clock this morning when two F.'inhury lighters, Hekin and Uegun fought twenty-one rounds with bare knuckles. The referee attempted to Plop the fight In the tenth round because of the punishment Dekln was receiving, but the lighters rctused to quit and stayed until the twenty-first round. when lieklu was so badly tattered he had to give up. His nose was pound- 1 to a pulp, his eyes closed and his lips' cut and swollen until tonight it was thought he received a concussion of tlie brain. After the fight he was taken to a farm house and cared mr until brought to his home hut'. Regan also was badly punished. The men fought at 110 pounds lor n purse of $100. Stylish horses and buggies fur shd on short notice by W. I,. Trim ble it Co.. 1 1 :i .North Second street. Phone :l. Twinkle, twinkle little ad. How I wonder why you are So entrancing, captivating. Now I know it is because You twinkle in the Journal That's the reason why you are So sweetly fascinating. 0 ROBBERY KNUCKLES You Won't Need the Dentist To fill cavities, crown broken teeth, or worse still, make you a false set. If you will only take a little care of your teeth. t Nothing adds tn a man's appearance more than white, even teeth, nnd they're absolutely necessary to a woman's beauty. Among the many tooth pastes, powders and washes wp sell we spedally recommend RI XAl.l, ANTISF.PTIC TOOTH I'OWDKH. It makes the teeth pearly, sweeteiis the breath, demises the mouth and destroys germs. Sold with the llexall guarantee. Large, decorated tin box. 25c. J. H. O'Rielly Co., Inc. n.utxirrr lu iunxf;. Tin: Orrllloa LtttUiD Utllll Gallup Lump llrtllll vUAL V.U. Gallup Stova PHONE 01 3 ' ANTHIIAOTE, ALL SIZES, STEAM COAL. J ! Coke, Mill Wood, Factory Wood, Cord Wood, Native Klndllnf Fire Itrtck. tire Clay, Kant Fe Itrlck. Common Itrlck 1 1. - YOU'RE INVITED We're having a good-values party at our store this week to wind up the GREEN TAG SALE 1 Hart Schaffner & Marx I Furnish the goods. We furnish the entertainment. ! You'll have a good time if you come. HEP.K ARE THE PRICES: Any Hart Schaffner & Marx Suit $20 tlfl Any $1S.00. $20.00 and $22.50 Suit Sl.Vou Any $14 00, $15.00 and $16.00 Suit S10.00 A big line of $2.50 and $3.00 Straw Hats SI. 25 Cluett and Eagle ShirU t$l 0, $1.73 and $2.00 kind) Sl.n,i A superb line of Shoes (including W. I. Douglas) $1 9a Come early Monday morning and save money. SIMON THE CENTRAL Crystal Theater Patrons Prom ised Greatest Act of Season With Coming of Mendoras Today. Without doubt, one of the greatest acts that has ever been seen in Allm tin riiii' will grace the boards at the Crystal today. On their way to the east, where they are to play big time, the Medoras were Induced hy the manuRoment of Hie Crystal to play two days at the Crystal. The Medoras have a unique menu of novelties, con sisting of living marionettes, singing and dancing the Cat's opera, the mus ter artist, painting in oils and splen didly effective work in pastels and the gnat expert lady shadowgraphtst. All this variety of entertainment Is worked into the net with clever effec tiveness. The Medoras. known as Facetious Funtaisists, are on tin Ir way east from Australia, where they just completed a long nnd successful tour. They are hish-clajMs, refined md amusing. RAID ON ALLEGED DISORDERLY Police Gather in Three Men and One Woman; All Spend Night in Cells; Vic Stewart Arrested for Assault. Police officers made a raid nn an alleged disorderly house situated in the alley between First and Second slnets on Coal and inliabitated by a woman who gave her name as Mrs. Krop. As a result of the raid the woman is now in the city jail awaiting trial and three men are also In strong lodgings charged with frequenting a disorderly house. About 10 o'clock last night Night Marshal O'llrady, accompanied '' Merchants Policeman Hinds went on a toitr of Investigation in tlie neigh borhood, us reports had been given the officers that men were constantly seen coming nnd going away from the house at all hours of the night. Tin' officers went into the alley and were accosted by a man, who niterwtiril was arrested and gave his name Charles Moore. Moore inquired of the ol i leers in the dark if they were go ing to work tonight, and claimed to be u special officer employed as a night watchman by V. V. Frulrelle, who is building a theatre on the ad jacent property. Further questions failed to substantiate bis claim and ns he was then on the back torch of the house under suspicion he was plated under arrest. Soon after this, Moore having been sent to the station in tare of Police man Hinds, a young fellow by the CARNIVAL COMPANY WANTED For a three-dny stand dur ing the Helen Fiesta, on Au gust 14th. Large crowds. Write secretary Commercial Club, Helen, N. M. UICXAI.I. stoiu; PHONE 65. TV 1 1 "TV rlOin. VcV ' L t UNIQUE MENU OF NOVELTIES STERN, AVENUE CLOTHIER, 9lt. name of Russell Shellenbergor mmt out of the house, and w as at costi ii by the night marshal. He claimed to have been In the house to deliver a pitekage. His other statements viirt, however, so contradictory Fiat lis was taken into custody, chared with treitieniing a disorderly house. tiw officer then went into the house ami 'found Mrs. Krop nnd her little tl.mh. ter, who she claimed was but nt years old. Fpon bung tucstioiitil she stated that she was boarding a ynunf fellow by the name of Arthur (', Adams, w ho was picked up later. Shel. leiiberger then said that he had Rut. ten aetiiainted with Adams and that Atlams had Invited him to visit his room, and had taken him to tin p'are occupied by this woman. All were taken to the station, where a charge of running a disorderly in nine was placed against the woman, (he charge of frequenting the sum ngiiinm Atlams and Sliellenberger and Cliiiries Moore was charged w ith being a sun picious character. They will Imvt their trial some time today. VIC STI'.WAHT IX .(Air. I'Oi: HFATIXt. Ills MSTKR Vie Stewart, a member in' tht nil. ored population got on a. rampage last night ami went to his home at 114 .North Hrondvvay an,i proceeded to wreak his frenzy upon his sister. He heat and abused her until she was compelled to call for an officer, who took the offending Vic down to the Green hotel, where he slept en tint bare boards last night. He will have a. hearing before Judge Craig this morning. 0. K. Transfer Company, A general transfer bustnesi conducted. Phone 433. TATTY & SIXltES, Props. Parasol afe t Clearance We will place on sale this week the balance of our Parasol stock. These Parasols were originally priced from $1.00 to $12.50. For quick sell ing we will mark them at exactly Half Price : SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. a j Embroideries Greatly Reduced J For quick disposal we are selling for this week all j of our Corset Cover Em broideries !and 18-inch Flouncinas in values up I a- ij to 75c for 39c the Yard I FERGUSON AND GOLLISTER I ' ALBUQUERQUE'S t dry finnnQ SHOP. 7 ..,, will return 7 vi;,o flrame iu,U... 1 . U .