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Santa Fe New Mexican
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. A. C. Ireland has left for Florida points. She will he absent for two months or longer. Miss Palen and Miss iiuthgeb left last evening for Las Vegas where they will remain over Sunday. Speaker Nestor Montoya went to Al buquerque last evening to remain in the Duke City over Sunday. Mrs. A. M. Bergere will entertain on Monday afternoon at a luncheon in honor of Mrs. J. W. Raynolds. Couneilmen J. S. Duncan and C. A. Spiess went to the Meadow City last evening to spend Sunday at home. D. J. Leahy, Esq., Raton attorney, ar- rivi in the citv last evening and will remain here several days watching leg islative affairs. John B. Harper, of Durango, Colo rado, superintendent of Irrigation 'for the Pueblo Inrians, is neve luuay un official business. Alfred M. Bergere, Esq., clerk of the district court, has returned from a week's visit with Hon. T. D. Burns at Tierra Amarilln. Couneilmen Thomas Hughes and George F. Albright were passengers for the south last evening and will be in Albuquerque over Sunday. Mrs. Julius H. Gerdes this afternoon informally entertained at her home on the south side in honor of Mrs. Henry L. Waldo, of Kansas City. Doctor and Mrs. S. D. Lord, of Sack etts Harbor, New York, have arrived In the capital on a visit to their son, Doc tor C. N. Lord and family. Territorial Secretary J. W. Raynolds has gone to Las Vegas where he will spend Sunday with his parents, return ing to Santa Fe Sunday night. David M. White, locating engineer for the U. S. land commission, Is progres sing nicely and will soon be able to be out and attending to business. Governor Otero left for Albuquerque last evening and went to Las Vegas this morning on official business. He will return to the capital tomorrow evening. A. G. Dawson, a prosperous stockman of Raton, was an arrival in the capital last evening. He is looking after legis lative matters in the interest of his section. C. E. Boulder, special agent of the internal revenue department, is here today checking up the accounts of and inspecting the local internal revenue office. Associate Justice Frank W. Parker of Las Cruces and Representative W. H. H. Llewellyn of the same town, went south yesterday to spend Saturday and Sunday at home. Judge N. B. Laughlin, who spent the past two weeks in Washington at work for the passage of the omnibus state hood bill, is expected to return home during the coming week. Alexander D. Goldenberg, a promi nent Tucumcari merchant, and J. A. Street, also of Tucumcari, who have been in the capital for the past week working for the creation of Quay coun ty, left last evening for their homes highly pleased with the fact that Quay county is certain, The governor has as sured them that he Will Sign the bill on Monday. Mr. Street Will likely be ap pointed sheriff of the new county. W. F. Buchanan, also of Tucumcari, who was a member of the committee who worked for the making of Quay county and who came to town with Messrs. Goldenberg and Street, left on Thurs day, having been called home by impor tant business. W. E. Llndsey of Portales, left for his home last evening a very well satisned man. He carried a copy of the act creating the county of Roosevelt with Portales as the county seat with him. Mrs. Frances Seligman and sons, James L., and Arthur seligman, are still in Philadelphia, but expect to start for Santa Fe on Tuesday or Wed nesday next. They will remain a day or two in Cleveland en route. A. R. Gibson has nearly recovered from his recent very severe illness and expects to visit the Pacific coast soon for the purpose of fully recuperating his health. He will be absent three or four weeks. G. A. Richardson, Esq., of Roswell, president of the Irrigation Commission, and Frank Snringer, Esq., of Las Ve gas, a member of the same commission, have spent this week in the city atten ding the meetings of the commission. They were also interested in legislative proceedings. Invitations have been issued for a bean bake at the Grand Army Hall to be given this evening by the members of Carleton Post, Grand Army of the Republic and the Woman's Relief Corps. The affair promises to be enjoy able and successful. Hon. and Mrs. Solomon Luna left last evening for Los Lunas, their home. Mr. Luna will return on Monday to remain in Santa Fe until the session closes. Mrs. Luna will remain at nome. one has enjoyed her six weeks' , visit to Santa Fe very much. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wood entertained at dinner Monday evening in honor of Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Hutchinson and Miss Hutchinson of Philadelphia. The table decorations were in pink with pink roses and pink shaded candles. Those invited to meet the guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. F. H. McElroy. Mrs. A. W. Pollard, of Deming, and her mother, Mrs. Rogers, of Wisconsin, left Thursday for California, where they will remain until the end of the session of the legislature, when they will return here and rejoin Mr. Pollard. Hs will remain hero attending to his duties as representative from the four teenth district. On Thursday afternoon, at her regu lar day at home, Mrs. Otero received at the executive mansion. She was assist ed bv Mrs. Finkbine, of Des Moines, Iowa, and Miss LaRue, of Las Vegas. The dining room was in pink, with pink rnrnntions and nink shades over the candles. The table was tastefully dec orated with lavender ribbons. Many ladies called. Mrs. H. H. Howard, the charming wife of Representative Howard, arriv ed from San Marcial on the noon train and expects to remain in the city until next Monday evening. This is her first visit to Santa Fe, and she is enjoying the sights of the city in the company of her husband and making the acquaint ance of people prominent in the social Fifty Years the Stan Lw Sew, MGE mm taers World's Fair. i. S. Gov't Chemists f. BAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO. 1 "ative BT2222 QjSZSSS G&Jb Cures e CoM inOne Day, CrfpTii 2 Day SJCfr on every box. 35c I PG1C1 ATADQ , M-VJll-wH vri yL jfc j& tjM " If all the legislators should die in one night 'Twould leave this country in a terrible plight. The passenger trains would rust on the rail And the hotel business be dead as a nail. j j j " No man would hear the sound of the gong. And livery rigs would sell for a song; The hinges of the theater doors would rust, Th$ street cars and omnibusses crumble to dust " IV. H. GOEBEL, Hardware. 107 Catron Block : : : : Santa Fe, N. to. and political life of the capital. Mrs. Howard, in addition to ably assisting her husband in the publication of the San Marcial Bee, is the postmistress of that lively little town, and no postoffice in the territory has a higher rating for good management than the one over which she presides. The daughter of a clergyman, Mrs. Howard was carefully educated, and with other inherited ad vantages she is extremely well fitted to aid her husband in securing a promi nent place in the ranks ot inose grau ually coming to the front in the busi ness and social life of the territory. Eduardo M. Otero is visiting friends in Albuquerque. Mrs. Popplewell and newly born girl baby are reported as very well. Mrs. M. J. Warner, who Is at tne Sanitarium, is now able to sit up a ie hours each day. Miss Lou Hughes, daughter of Coun cilman Thomas Hughes, accompanied her father to the Duke City last even ing and will spend Sunday at her home. On Monday afternoon Mrs. w. B. Martin entertained in a delightful man ner in the apartments of the deputy warden of the penitentiary. Those present were Mrs. Fall of Las Cruces, Mrs. Pollard of Deming, Mrs. Rogers of Wisconsin, Mrs. H. O. Bursum, Mrs. Aor Tnmes. Mrs. R. C. Garrett, Mrs. N. B. Laughlin and Mrs. F, H. McElroy. This evening the Grand Army of the Republic and the Woman's Relief Corps will give a bean bake at Post Hall. The program will begin at 8 o'clock ana miTino- tn the limited capacity of . the hall, only those presenting cards of ad mission will be admitted. The program will begin promptly at 8 o'clock. Mrs. W. S. Hopewell and children will arrive from Hillsboro during the com ing week and will accompany Mr. Hopewell to Chicago, where they will remain while Mr. Hopewell goes to Pittsburg in connection with his duties as general manager of the Santa Fe Central railway and the Albuquerque Eastern railroad. Tly?y will be absent about ten days. R. L. McCance, the very efficient and thorough-going treasurer of the Penn sylvania Development Company, has returned from Pittsburg, Pa., after a three weeks' stay there, greatly im proved In health. Mrs. McCance came with him, but is not at all well, bhe will likely go to Faywood Hot Springs In the near future for the benefit of her health. Whist was the game played at Miss Ethel Easley's card party given on Wednesday evening In honor of her friend, Miss Esther Norton. The guests spent a most enjoyable evening. Deli cious refreshments were served and In strumental and vocal music were on the program, Miss Easley proving a charming hostess. The first prize was won by Miss Elizabeth Duval and sec- nri hv Mrs. W. H. Bartlett. The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bartlett, the Misses Norton, Mueller, Gibson, Cross, Dougherty, Lln- deman, Duval, Kahn, waiter, .asiey, and Messrs. Mueller, Zook, Turley, Met- zeer. Bishop, Duval, Farrott, Wrights- - - . 3 X 1.1.4 4- man. Wilson, tsoyie, aim The New Mexican understands from an authentic source that a change is to ho mnrie tit the Presbyterian Mission School in this city. Miss M. L. Allison the nresent manager, lias tendered her resignation and it will be accepted to take effect April 1. Her successor is to be Miss M. Bertha Leadtngham voune lady from the state of New York. She has had experience in teaching both public and missionary schools. Since September 1, she has been teaching the Presbvterlan Mission School at Embu- do Plaza, where she has scored a grati fying success, bringing the school from an average attendance of 18 up to 55 pupils. In addition to the people pay- ine a tuition for each pupil, they have furnished all the wood necessary for hentlnir the school room. She is very much loved and appreciated by the peo nip there and they regret exceedingly her departure. The New Mexican be speaks for her a hearty welcome to this. city and believes that she will prove a capable and worthy successor to ivusb Allison, that noble woman who gave unselfishly so many of the best years of her life to the upbuilding of the Mission School here. Mrs. N. B. Laughlin on Tuesday af ternoon received at her home on . the South Side. The parlors were decorat ed with palms and In the dining room carnations were used. During the af ternoon the guests were entertained by vocal solos by Miss Rothgeb of Las ve eas. and Miss Morrison of this city, Pantomime charades illustrating Shakespeare's plays were given and Miss Morrison correctly guessed the largesTnumber and was presented with a codv of Lambs Tales from Shakes. neare. Mrs. Julius H. Gerdes poured the coffee and the refreshments were served by Misses Allle and Kate Muel ler and Ruth and Helen Laughlin, Those present were Mrs. Rogers of Wis consin, Mrs, Pollard of Deming. Mrs. Fall of Las Cruces, Mrs. Jones of Cedar Rapids, la., Miss Pendleton of Aztec, Miss Hughes of Albuquerque, Miss Rothgeb of Las Vegas, Miss Davis of Tfennovivanifl. Mesdames W. S. Har- roun. A. M. Bergere! O. C. Watson, F. w Mrisirnv. Aeries James, A. G. Ken nedy. W. E. Martin, W. H. Bartlett, m. rin!!. W. H. Whlteman, Solomon Luna, S. Spitz, R. C. Garrett, C. H. Evarts. J. W. Raynolds, E. R. Mueller, .T. is. Wood. W. J. McPherson, S. G. Cartwrleht. E. A. Flske. A. R. Gibson, Jeanette Putnam, G. E. Ellis, R. J. Pal en, Jacob Weltmer, J. H. Gerdes, G. W. TCnaphel: the Misses Atkinson, Morri son, Palen, Mueller, Kate Mueller. Th. Schubert Symphony Club And Lady Quartette of Chicago are malclnif their last tour of the United States and will appear next Saturday at 2:30 n. m. and at 8 D. in. at the court house under the auspices of tho city high school. If j ou enjoy the sweetest of singing, the purest of fun and the brightest of music, you can safely look forward to this entertainment as a great treat. Everybody likes music and everybody enjoys a hoarty laugh. To hear the Schubert Lady Quartette sing their "Old Maid Song" will make a rise tn the matrimonial market anywnere, a an n m.. Matinee SO cents. School nnniia 25 cn.its. 8 o. m.. concert 75 cents. School pupils 50 cents. Tickets and reserved seats at Ireland's drug store. on LQ0KIN8 FOR WORK- Men Who Are Anxious to Labor Among the Flocks In New Mexico. To the Editor of the New Mexican. Dear Sir: I have seen in the papers that the sheepmen of New Mexico were scouring the towns hunting for men to take care of their flocks during lambing time. So will you please to inform me if you can and if you cannot pass this to someone who can inform me as to whether I can get work there and what the wages are and you will do me a fa vor. There are tnree or rour oincrs here with me that might come if we could get work. We are not experienc ed sheepmen, but are off of farms back east and are not afraid of work. If any one needs one or more of us tell them to let us know what we may expect in regard to board and wages and they will hear from us immediately. Respectfully yours, ALLEN ROLSTON. El Paso, Texas. MINOR CITY TOPICS letter List. List of letters remaining uncalled for In tho postofflce at Santa Fo, N. M., for the weekending February 21, 1903. if not called for within two weeks will be sent to tho dead letter office at Wash ington: ' Luoero. Ramon Maez, Dionisio Mailluchet. Josephine Martinez, Cresetnio Martinez, Juan Martinez, Mary Martinez, Juan Lujan Mead, John 2 Means, Mrs Ash Montoya, Jfi Montoya, Donasiano Ortiz, Nlcasio Pedro, Domingo Red, Kennie Romero, Etilalla Romero, Tomas Hacatoas, Frank KRtinhflfl. Esidero Sanchez, Ignacio Abey ta," Aubrelia Armijo. Perlutarco liaea, oiai'ia ue Hayer. Sam Chavez, Bictor Cooper, W S louse, Kosaiilio Craig, Mary Foley, Agnes Ford, West Garcia. Josltazues Gonzales, Luis Gonzales, Jose Lian- uro Gonzales, Manuel Gonzales, Stilario Griego, Melquiades Hamilton. A D Harrera, Julian Hernandez, Jose Hill, Fred A Ingalls, Ellsworth Jordan, Ruth Joy, J M Eiikpatrick, Mrs. Fannie Korton, Unas A Sanchez, Juaguin Sedlllos, Miirlco Segura, TOmasito Simpson, Ella Tafoya, Damaslo Valdez, Pedro Valmasedo, Edyth Yasego, Francisca and J9 Ladies Minstrels Monday night. Washington's birthday tomorrow. The district court will meet in this city on Monday, March 2, 1903. Bon Ton: Leslie Ellsworth, Gus Or ton. D. J. Jaine. O. F. Johnson, A. M. Jarvls. Santa Fe Commandery No. 1, K. u., will hold its regular monthly conclave on Monday evening. The Lady Minstrel performance will begin Monday night at 8:15 sharp whe ther the audience is on hand or foot. Rev. Myron Woodworth, a Baptist preacher of Kansas City, will preach at St. John's M. E. church tomorrow evening. WANTED By the New Mexican Prin ting Company, second-hand volumes o the Session Laws of 1899 in English. Fair price paid. J. W: Orchard, superintendent of one of the grading camps on the Santa Fe Central railway, is in the city today. The New Mexican is sending about 50 copies each week to parties desiring in formation about Santa Fe. This is done for the public good, and free of charge, although it is quite expensive. The snow in the Santa Fe mountains Is reported to be four and five feet deep In many places. This fact assures a good supply of water In the Santa Fe river this spring and the forepart of the summer. The forecast is for fair weather to night and tomorrow with stationary temperature. The maximum tempera ture yesterday was 43 at 3:50 p. m., and the minimum was 21 at 5:30 a. tn The temperature at 6 o'clock this morn ing was 21. The circulation of El Nuevo Mexi- cano, the Spanlsn paper puDiisnea Dy the New Mexican Printing Company, is steadily increasing. There are mighty few postofflces in northern and central New Mexico, where El Nuevo Mexicano does not circulate. Richard Gutterman, who is well re membered here and who Is now ser geant of his troop in the 13th cavalry, left Fort Mead, S. D., last Monday for San Francisco where he will embark on the transport Logan, to leave on the 1st of March for the Philippine Islands. A special meeting of the city, council was held at 4 o'clock this afternoon at which a memorial was adopted asking the legislature to adopt the resolution providing for the construction of a road from here to Las Vegas by convict la bor In accordance with the resolution adopted by the House. Married at Echo Mission. Velarde, N, M., Maximiliano Lovato, to Eliza Ro mero, both of Embudo, N. M. on Feb. 17, 1903. The ceremony was performed in Spanish by Rev. W. H. Rishel of Ve larde. The bride is 16 and the groom 24 years of age. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Ishmeal Martinez of Ve larde. Monday is a legal holiday, Washing ton's birthday falling on tomorrow, Sunday. The general delivery and mon ey order and registry windows at the postoffice will be open from 10 a. m. un til noon, and from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. Postmaster Walter deeming It an ac commodation to the public to keep open longer than the usual hour on legal holidays. Palace: C. G. Shepard, Chicago; C. E Boulder, Frankfort, Ind.; E. B. Prels, Las Cruces: C. E. Barrell, J. E. Cham berlain, R. P. Oliver, Denver; John L. Baker, Chicago; D. J. Leahy, Raton; A, rs nnwann. Raton : H. W. Taylor, Ra ton- Arthur Koch. St. Louis; R. P, Rueth, W. R. Seidel, Rock Island, Ills. Claire: Tomas Gonzales, Ablqulu Maud Mcintosh, Prescott, Arizona; S. Desmond, Prescott, Arizona, John B, Harper, Durango; John H. Burns, Park View; C. W. Geddes, Denver; R. n, Downer, Denver; J. W. Orchard, Santa r Central Railway; C. B. Chadwlck, St. Louis; W. E. Alexander, San Fran Cisco; W. H. Mayer, Albuquerque. The New Mexican Printing Company has the only bindery in the territory where first class loose leaf ledgers are manufactured. Merchants and business flrmo rpnlllrlno- BUCh DOOkS for the coming year, should immediately ad dress this company and they will find that the best work at the lowest prices In the southwest will be done for them If they order from this company. Church Aanonacuasmta, Cathedral Qulnquageslma Sunday February 22, 1903: 1st mass at 7 a. m. 2d mnus at 0:30. sermon tn English 3d mass at 10:30, sorujon tn Spanish. At 4 p. m Vospers, Rosary and ueneuic tlon. St. Johns M. E. church, 8an Francis co street: Sunday school at 10 a. m. preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m .Tnnlnr Lnsstie. 3 D. m.; Enworth League 6:45 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m., by Rev. Mvron Woodworth, of Kansas r.itv: mihlnct. "A Proud Christian." All art In vitnH W. A. Cooner. castor. Services as follows at the Presbyterian Church: At 9:45 a. m., Sabbatu-scnooi U a. m., preaching by the Pastor; 8:45 p, m . V. P. 8. C. E.: 7:45. sermon on "Con science as an Argument for Immortal Ity," fifth In series. Everybody wolcome, W. Hayes Moore, Pastor. Church of the Holy Faith (Episcopal), Rev. W. R. Dve Id charge. Sunday school at 9:45 ft. in. Morning prayer with sermon at 11 o'clock. Evening nnvfir with address at 4:30 p. m. , rat- Tic cordially invited, Fair station In calling, please say advertised glye the date. Paul A. F. Walteb, Postmaster. U. B. Weather Bureau Hotel, Forecast for New Mexico weather,, tonight and Sunday; ary tomperature. Yesterday the thermometer registered as follows; " Maximum temperature, 43 degrees, at 3:.i0 p. ra; minimum, 21 dee-reex. .at 5:30 a. ui. The mean temperature for the 24 hours was 38 de grees. Mean dally humidity, 48 per cent. Temperature at u:uu a. m. many 31 I' Iks Will Build Opera House. At a meeting of the Elks opera house committee at Albuquerque on Wednesday afternoon it was decided to advertise for bids for the proposed building. The bids will be open and let the 1st of March. Some of the commit tee have stated that the theater will be eaily for opening October 1. Traveler wanted to work country trade. S1.000 ner year and expenses, los Angeles Cider Co., St. Louis, Mo. WALL PAPER! Ono car load ol the latest stylos and alindus of 1903 wall paper received at Mi'.Kenzlo's. Stop In and see lor your self. Wo can plcaso you in stylo and price. GRADUATE NURSE Miss Amelia Reese, a graduate of Tne Battle ureea Sanitarium and of The .Chicago Medi nnl TVHssionarv Training School for Nurses, will answer calls for general obstetrical and surgical nursing. Mas sage and manual movements a special ty. Her home is with Mrs. Frank Dl bert on corner of DeVargas and Canon streets, Santa Fe, N. M. All successful people speculate. Why not you? Write for our booklet sftow ing how you can invest your idle mon ey, from $20 up, and receive large re turns weekly: money safely handled and can be withdrawn at any time. Ad- rtresa H. Brolaski and Co., Suite 402, Star Building, 356 Dearborn St., Chica go, 111. "THEY SABE HOW," Business Is business. Every fellow to his trade. Mixing drinks is our business and our artists "sabe" how to mix 'em. You can get what you call for here from a high-ball to a board off the roof. W. N. TOWNSEND, Prop, of The Arcade Club, BROUGHT FROM DENVER. New York Counts, Black Bass, Moun tain Trout, Spanish Mackerel, Bull- heads. Frogs Legs, Pompano, and Sal mon. Call at the Bon-Ton Restaurant To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, All druggist refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. STENOGRAPHY R. A. WATKINS, Stenographer; Of flee with H. N. Wlllcox, Catron Block. Stenography and Typewriting by piece work. AGENTS WANTED. Lamp that makes its own gas; oosts l'cent a day; no oil, wicks or chimneys hrBB lamDS free for those wishing to work for us. Pacific Gas Lamp Co. 1236 Market St., San Francisco, Calif. WANTED SEVERAL PERSONS OP CHAR aeter and good reputation in each state (one in this eounty required) to represent and ad vertise old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing. Salary $21.00 weekly with expenses additional, all payable in cash eacn weanesaay aireci irom ueuu ui flees. Horse and carriage furnished when necessary. References. Enolose self-addressed envelope. Colonial Co.,Caxton Bldg., Chicago. KILLED IN KANSAS. And now at the Bon-Ton where you can get them: Quail, Grouse, Prairie Chic kens, Ducks, Snipe, Venison. Cll and be convinced. THE SRKTfl FE South Side of Plssa reland's Pharmacy Headquarter's For Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars. THE OLDEST DRUG HOUSE IN SANTA FE. All Kinds of Designs in Filigree Fob Chains, Filigree Neck Chains, Filigree Souvenir Spoons Filigree Brooch Pins. Filigree Bracelets, Filigree Card Cases, Etc., Etc., Etc. m s A Full Line of DIAMONDS, WATCHES, SILVERWARE. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC., ETC.." Manufacturer of Mex ican Filigree Jewelry.. South Side Plaza - Santa Fe How About Cigars? We have the leading brands such as: CHILDS, FONTELLA, OWL, J. F. P0RTUAND0, SIGHT DRAFT AND OTHERS IN 5 CENT GOODS. THE TQM MOORE, GEN. ARTHUR, PREFERENCIA, EL SIDELL0, OLD STATESMAN, CHANCELLOR, AN0 OTHERS IN 10 CENT GOODS. SANCHEZ y HAYA'S KEY WEST . GOODS, PORTO RICO CIGARS, MANILLA AND OTHERS TOO NUM EROUS TO MENTION X xxxxxxxxxxxxx If You Wan a PERFECT SMOKE, Not TOO DRY nor TOO MOIST Try Our Cigars. CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO FISCrER DRUG COIPAfJY 230 San Francisco Street. . BAYLE'S Ping-Pong Pickles Yum-Yum Pickles Lunch Herring English Mustard Hot Stuff SMOKED Finan Haddie White Fish Salmon Halibut Herring Bayle's After-Dinner and Deviled Cheese, Royal Luncheon and MacLaren's Imperial Cheese, Edam, Imported Swiss, Roguefort, Llmburger, American Cream, and Vaterland. Full Cream Brick Cheese, Salted Peanuts. t(. S. IAUJJE & CO., Grocers. TSIEFKOITE S3. im he wh , ' " .. 1 WHOLESALE and RETAIL SEALER IN FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES, SALT and SEEDS. Only Exclusive drain House lnXltv BOWLING ALLEY NEWS We handle nothing but what Is first-class In the Liquor Line. CALIFORNIA AND $ IMPORTED WINES SATISFACTION GUARANTEED jjj 117a Jnlli.n nn,r trnrAa hnucrllt. nf r ,,c uviiiui urn; 15"""" " " - t K, us to any part of the city and (' w Special Attention is given to M Family and Mail Orders, i'ou j . will And our service first-class. f SPOKQHE cieaR stobeI Smoker Will Find Cigarc ind To biccsti Salt Their Taste at Tilt EiliblitbiMBt EAST UK IF FUZA UhTA Ft, I. m, W. T. CUTER, Prapriihr. J..H. Parrott has the lead in three successive games with an average score of 159 1-3. The highest score for the week was 203, made by D. A. Day. Will give two weeks' free rolling to anyone beating-It. Come around boys and organize a team. What Is the matter with Santa Fe, the only city of its Bize, but what has from three to a dozen teams. You cannot spend your money or time any better. Tou gain in health more than you lose In wealth. Health is wealth. Ladies' afternoon was well attended. All present had a good time. Bowling la a healthy and moral exercise as Well as a pleasure participated in by the best people of the states. Ladles, don't for get that Thursday afternoon, Feb. 28, is free for you. No gentleman without lady partner admitted. " V Did you ever try bowling? There is no more healthful and pleasing exer cise. The old and young, male and fe male, enjoy It. Try It once and you will again. . .. . C. W. DILTS, Proprietor. US Oil) GUBI0S1TY SIP ESTABLISHED 1859. ABE GOLD, Proprietor- BASKETS BLANKETS POTTERY ABB OOIO. Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty, Wkiliuti ui iitilliDMiK It AND INDIAN A1EXICAN CURIOS ISAN FnAnCICCO ST., CORNER BURRO ALL and after Tuesday.