Santa Fe New Mexican
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23.
MINOR CITY TOPICS
The Ladles Minstrels tonight.
There was a large crowd in the Plaza
yesterday to hear the band concert.
Bon-Ton: Julio Martinez y Ortiz,
Lamy; Quincy Adams, Alfred Stevens,
Jr., Salt Lake.
Monday next the daily train service
on the Denver and Rio Grande railroad
between Santa Fe and Antonito will be
The society ladies of Santa Fe will
make their debut in burnt cork at Lo
retto Hall tonight. Don't stay away
if you can't come.
Claire: Max. H. Montoya, San An
tonio; Mrs. H. H. Howard, San Mar
cial; N. E. Stevens, Miss A. Rraith
waite, H. P. Owen, Albuquerque.
The offices at the Federal building
were closed today on account of Wash
ington's birthday which fell on yester
day, but it was observed today.
WANTED By the New Mexican Prin
ting Company, second-hand volumes
or the Session Laws of 1899 in English.
Fair price paid. '
Loretto Hall tonight, the Ladies Min
strels. ; Benefit Woman's Board of
Trade. Curtains will rise at 8:15 p. m.
Carriages can be ordered for 10:30 or 11.
The Bureau of Immigration is rapid
ly distributing the seeds sent to it by
Delegate B. S. Rodey, by mail and to
applicants in person. The supply will
soon be exhausted.
Santa Fe Commandery No. 1, K. T.,
will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
Masonic Hall in regular monthly con
clave. Visiting Knights are courteous
ly invited to attend.
Thirty-five cars of rails from
Youngstown, Ohio, are at present on
their way to Torrance over the Rock
Island railroad from Chicago. They
are for the Santa Fe Central railway,
The grade of the Santa Fe Central
railway has reached Hickox street. It
will cut diagonally across the property
OI LIIK r e A'AM.t. i
where the evaporator building is now I
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thA ajintn ttp Fruit Company ana
The Sisters of Loretto are construct
ing a vitrified brick sidewalk in front of
their property and the Sisters of Loret
to Chapel on College street. Other
property owners should speedily follow
The city council will take stringent
action regarding driving over the new
sidewalks. In many cases heavy wag
ons have been driven over recently laid
sidewalks so that they have been al
most ruined and the council will take
action to have it stopped.
Several men, who had partaken too
much wine that is red and strong, on
Saturday evening, broke the doors and
windows of a house on Hillside avenue.
Thev will be called upon to explain this
reprehensible conduct before Justice of
the Peace Henry Pacheco.
It was a free-for-all-tight at a dance
In Quintana's hall on the south side Sat
urday evening. There was some cutting
with knives, although nd one was ser
iously hurt. One man, Romulo Padilla,
was arrested on account of the distur
bance, and spent yesterday and last
night in jail.
A special meeting of the Board of
Trade will be held tomorrow evening to
protest against the bill now pending in
the legislature to require a levy for
water and light purposes. The meeting
F. S DAVIS, President. S.
BAYERS . .
TWICE A WEEK.
Fresh oysters, fresh vegetables, fresh
butter and eggs twice a week.
We have a nice line of pickles in bulk
as well as in bottles. We especially
recommend our sweet mixed pickles.
We bought before the advance in price
and still offer them at, per quart, 25c.
Mackerel each,' individual size 06
Roll herring, each..' 05
Cod fish, 2 pound brick 25
Cromarty bloaters 05
Chase and Sanborhe's Seal Brand
Coffee is put out now In a can bearing a
new label, but the same old quality is
there. Only, per lb 40
HAY, GRAIN, FEED, FLOUR and POTATOES, prices right and quality 8nr
JNO. 4 BAKERY..
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" 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.
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"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,
The street cars and omnibusses crumble to dust.'
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W. H. 60EBEL, Hardware.
107 Catron Block : :
will also ba called upon to endorse the
project of constructing a road from
here to Las Vegas with convict labor.
The forecast is for snow in the north
and rain in the south portion tonight
and tomorrow. On Saturday the maxi
mum temperature was 46 at 1:10 p. m.,
and the minimum was 21 at 7 a. m.
Yesterday the maximum was 46 at 4:10
p. m.. and the minimum was 24 at 6:30
a. m. The temperature at 6 o'clock this
morning was 32.
The New Mexican Printing Company
has the only bindery in the territory
where first class loose leaf ledgers are
manufactured. Merchants and business
firms, requiring such books for the
coming year, should immediately ad
dress rthis company and they will find
that the best work at the lowest prices
in the southwest wi'll be done for them
if they order from this company.
It is probable the city council -will
take official action on the coal problem
for this city. Local dealers are unable
to secure a supply, and Mr. Dudrow
presented to the council at its special'
meeting Saturday a sample of the In
definite letters received by the dealers.
The brick plant at the penitentiary has
not been operated for six weeks on ac
count of the lack of coal and now the
institution is entirely out and wood Is
Palace: C. W. Goddles, R. H. Towner,
L. H. Darby, I. Hollingworth, Denver;
J. P. Goodlander,. J. T. Lindsey, St.
Louis: W. J. Horrocks, Pittsburg, Pa.;
L. C. Leonard, Chicago; W. Homer and
wife, Otean, N. Y.; A. J. King, A. S.
Greig, Miss Lula Anderson, Carl Rubin,
Alamogordo; J. N. Jamison, J. S. Dun
can, C. W. Todd, Mrs. M. R. Williams,
Mrs. B. E. Marshall, Mrs. R. Studeba-
ker, Las Vegas; E. W. Dobson, A. A.
Keen, G. F. Albright, H. B. Henning, T.
Hughes, Albuquerque; G. A. Archer, St.
Paul; F. E. Dunlaney, Trinidad; E. A.
Cahoon, John W. Poe, Roswell; I. Hag
enbuch. Bloomsburg, Pa.; W. F. Foust,
Kansas City; Mrs. M. B. Stockton, Miss
Stockton, Raton; C. A. Fort, Santa Fe
It is vastly to the credit of the 35th
ioo-iaifitivf nssemhlv that though it has
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not yet passed many laws, every law
Ifr nnooad ia Vnfllptlt. SOCOrrO
that it has passed, is excellent. Socorro
A marriage license law is a need of
the hour in New Mexico. Let such a
measure be introduced in the legisla
ture at Santa Fe and let it become a
law. Las Vegas Record.
Socorro county should constitute a
district attorney district by itself. It Is
to be hoped that the general assembly
will show its recognition of this fact in
the proper manner. Socorro Chieftain
ReDresentative Vargas of this county
has introduced a very good bill in the
legislature relating to the appointment
and duties of boards of irrigation com
missioners. He has also Introduced one
not so good, providing for the repeal of
the Sunday law relating to the selling
of liquor. Man's stomach should have
a rest one day in the week, at least
El Republicano, Tierra Amarilla.
The following resolution adopted by
the Irrigation Commission was today
presented by Colonel G. W. Knaebel,
secretary of the commission, to the
Committee on Irrigation of the Legis
"That the honorable, the Irrigation
Committee of the Council be Informed
a. CARTWRIQHT, Sec'y and Treas.
Our meats are killed and packed in
Denver, Colo. They are shipped to us
by express. Slow freight from Kansas
City is cheaper, but Is it satisfactory to
you? Always the best In beef, pork,
mutton, lamb, all kinds ofausage,
tripe, pigs feet, boiled hams, bacon,
ham, etc. Not exposed- to dirt and
dust or possible germs.
- OUR BAKERY.
We are now turning out the best
bread, pies and cakes that we have
ever been able to offer to our customers.
A fine loaf of home made Vienna,
French, Graham, or whole wheat,
A BIG VARIETY.
We carry a big variety of cigars, to
bacco, and cigarettes. General Arthur,
Dry Climate, Tom Moore, Owl, Cremo,
fGeo. W. Chllds, Fontelia, Portuondo,
Franklin,' Henry George and other
CHINA AND GLASSWRE.
Call and look over our stock In these
lines as well as In granite ware when
100-plece set semi-porcelain, a nice im
ported pattern $8.75
: : Santa Fe, N. M.
that It Is the tense of this commission
that Council Bill No. 8, In Its present
form, be not passed, but that In lieu
thereof, legislation be had which shall
provide for the engineer, to act under
the authority of this commission and to
be selected by it, for the purpose of
eatherine data and Informing this com
mission as to facts generally which are
necessary to the proper discharge of its
functions, under the present laws and
all changes of the same; and that no
arbitrary control of Irrigation matters
be placed in the hands of an engineer,
such as is, in several respects contem
nlated bv Council Bill No. 3, shall be
vested in a territorial engineer, if that
position should be created as contem
plated in said bill." ,
The Chieftain still insists that a law
requiring county treasurers to deposit
nnhlic funds in a reputable bank or
banks that would pay a reasonable rate
of interest would posses great merit.
Senator J. S. Duncan presumably
knows where he is "at" on the Normal
University matter. It is understood
that he has received b telegram or two
from Las Vegas, with no pledge of se
crecy attached to them, either. Las
The reappointment of Superintendent
H. O. Bursum of the Territorial Peni
tentiary, by Governor Otero, and his
unanimous confirmation by the legisla
tive council, is a high and deserved
compliment to that official. He has
been judged by what he has accom
plished in the most arduous position
that he fills. Las Vegas Record.
Frank Chavez was fortunate in being
elected reading clerk of the Council.
Not only Is the salary of $6 per day a
good thing, but it is a stepping stone to
something even better. He is one of
the best educated men in the territory
and should command a good position
anywhere at any time. El Republicano,
Councilman Thomas Hughes states
unequivocally that the Republicans
and citizens generally of the City of Al
buquerque are strongly in favor of the
creation of the new county of Sandoval
and that a strong delegation of influen
tial Republicans of the Duke City will
be here this week to work for Berna
llllo county division. He says that such
county division bill Is sure to pass the
Council Bill No. 8 requires that dls
trict clerks, sheriffs, and county collec
tors should give a bond signed by a
surety company. This bill should pass.
It should be amended, however, by
striking out the sections requiring the
territory and the respective counties to
pay the premium on the bonds. The
tax-payers of Socorro county are just
now feeling very keenly the need of
such a law. The public schools of the
county are now being closed and there
Is a prospect that there will be no court
in the county for some time, all be
cause of a misappropriation of public
funds by a county treasurer and collec
tor. There is absolutely no reason why
a public officer should not pay for a
satisfactory bond. If any aspirant to
public office does not wish to do this,
let him suppress his aspiration. There
will be no lack of candidates. Gentle
men of the 35th legislative assembly,
you will miss an opportunity to enact
some excellent legislation If you fall to
pass this bill. Socorro Chieftain.
W. H. Wherry is very ill at his resi
dence on the south side.
Colonel E. W. Dobson, Albuquerque
attorney, is visiting the capital today.
Representative Pedro Sanchez is to
day confined to his room with a severe
Hon. M. S. Otero of Albuquerque, for
mer delegate to congress, Is visiting the
Representative Carl A. Dalles return
ed at noon today from a short visit to
Councilman Charles A. Spiess, who
spent Saturday at his home in Las Ve
gas, returned to Santa Fe yesterday.
Councilmen Thomas Hughes and G.
F. Albright of Albuquerque, who spent
Sunday at home, returned last evening
to the capital.
Frank S. DaviB and daughter Clara
left yesterday for Raton where they
will visit friends. They will return
home Wednesday night,
John W. Poe of Roswell, president of
the City Bank at that place, arrived in
town yesterday. He is interested in
Governor Otero, who visited Albu
querque and, Las Vegas -on - Saturday
and Sunday on official business, return
ed home last evening.
A. J. King, manager of the Alamogor
do Improvement Company, is among
yesterday's arrivals, and is attending
legislative sessions today. "
Mrs. M. B. Stockton and Miss Stock
ton, wife and daughter of the faithful
representative from Colfax county,
have arrived from Raton on a short
visit to the capital.
A. S. Gregg, general superintendent
of the El Paso and Northeastern Rail
road Company, who will give up the
position on March 1, is visiting the cap
ital from Alamogordo.
E. A. Cahoon, cashier of the First
National Bank of Roswell, arrived Sat
urday evening from that prosperous
town. He Is looking after ' legislative
matters in the interest of his section.
Councilman James S. Duncan, who
spent the legislative recess at the Mea
dow City, returned on last evening's
late train and was on hand at the op
ening of the Council session this morn
ing. M. M. Dutcher and wife of Albu
querque, and Mrs. Kiefer of Wester
ville, O., spent yesterday in this city.
Mr. Dutcher is in charge of the circu
lation department of the Albuquerque
Judge D. H. McMillan of New Mexico,
has been granted permission by the de
partment of justice to send to , New
Mexico for additional affidavits and ev
idence for use In the defense which he
to flow making in the department
ftgainst charges of improper conduot
While on the territorial bench.
Territorial Secretary J. W. Raynolfls,
who spent Saturday and Sunday with
his parents in Las Vegas, returned
home last evening and was at his desk
in his office in the capitol bright and
early this morning.
COURT OF PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS.
The session of the court of private
land claims which was called to be held
in this city on March 10 has been de
ferred until March 17. Official notice
was received to that effect this morning.
Governor Otero has appointed the
following notaries: Robert M. Mize of
Maxwell City, Colfax county; W. L.
Paddock of La Plata, San Juan county;
J. P. Chase of Socorro, Socorro county.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
The two rooms formerly occupied by
the adjutant general In the basement of
the capitol and which adjoin th.i room
occupied by Colonel' Chaves as terri
torial superintendent of public instruc
tion, are being cleaned today prepara
tory to boing .occupied by Colonel
Chaves. The -middle room will bo the
general reception room and will be the
headquarters of the Territorial Hoard
of Education, The room f rmeily oc
cupied by the terrltori.il supi.'i'lutciiuli'.nt
of public Instruction will be the private
office for Colonel Chaves and the l oom
formerly occupied as a store room for
the adjutant general wl.l be the work
room of the department. It will be re
lettercd and marked as the Department
of Public Instruction.
Articles of Incorporation wore tiled
this morning with Territorial Secretary
J. W. Raynolds by the Rio Grande and
Southwestern Railroad Company. The
incorporators are Edgar M. Biggs of
Edith, Colorado, Charles D. McPhee,
Elroy N. Clark, William N. Vaile and
Benjamin F. Hill of Denver. Tho period
of existence Is 50 years and the princi
pal office is Lumberton, Rio Arriba
county. Tho directors are Edgar M.
Biggs of Edith, Charlos D. McPhee,
William N. Vaile, Elroy N. C ark and
Benjamin F. Hill of Denvor, Wihnot E.
Broad of Chama, Rio Arriba county and
Fred E. James of Lumberton, Rio Arriba
county. The capital stock of $150,000 is
divided Into 1,500 shares of the parvalue
of $100 each. The amount actually
subscribed is 943,300 of which Edgar M.
Biggs has subscribed 821,000, Charles D.
McPhee 821,000, William N. Vaile, Elroy
N. Clark and Benjamin F. Hill, 8100
each. The company Is "authorized to
build a railroad 43 miles long which will
begin at the Intersection with th , Den
ver and Rio Grande Railroad in Rio
Arriba county In township 31 north,
range 1 west and extend south or in a
southeasterly direction to Intersect with
the north boundary line of the Jicariiia
Apache, Indian Reservation, thence
south or southeasteriy to Gallinas. The
sum of 81.230 or ten per cent of the
stock subscribed, tias been paid to the
treasurer, Joseph W. Gilluly of Denver,
, A certified copy of the articles of In'
corporation of the American Lumber
Uojnpany was also filed. Tho company
is incorporated under the laws of New
Jersej, and the fee for filing the certi
fied copy in this territory exceeaea
83,000. The company Is given full power
and authority to' acquire and deal in
timber, farm and grazing lands, land
which contains Iron, manganese and
veins of other metals, to manufacture
and work In stoel and other vroducts,
The capital stock is 88,000,000, divided
into 800,000 shares of the par value of
810 each. The charter is perpetual.
The main office Is located at 535 Main
Street, East Orange, New Jersoy, and
the New Jersey Registration and Trust
Company is named .as the authorized
representative. Those who signed the
incorporation papers, each of whom has
subscribed frr8100 worth of stock, are:
John R. Turner, Albert R. Palmer, Her
bert S. Murphy. Henry Schoeuhoer, W,
H. Bond, Edward T. Magoffin, Martin
Conboy, Edward . B. Hawkins, Alfred
George Browtr, Frank R. Series, Albert
S. Parmelee, Harry H. Picking, H. N
Smith,' James R. Mapletof t, Cleveland
V. Chllds, Frank C. Forgusson, Fred W.
Plderit, and E. W. Ulman.
A NEW RAILROAD.
Rio Orande and Southwestern Will Build
Through Rio Arriba County.
The Rio Grande and Southwestern
Railroad .Company, which will build a
line from the Intersection with the Den
ver and Rio Grando Railroad in Rio Ar
rlba county to Gallinas, a distance of 42
miles, was Incorporated this morning,
The directors are Edgar M. Biggs, of
Edith, Colo.; Charles D. McPhee, Will
iam N. Vaile, Elroy N. Clark, and Ben
jamln F. Hill, of Denver, Wllinot E.
Broad, of Chama, Rio Arriba cnunty;
and Fred E. James, of Lumberton, Rio
Arriba county. The capital stock Is
8150,000, divided Into 1,500 shares of the
par value of 8100 each. The term of
existence Is 50 years, and the principal
place of business is Lumberton, Rio Ar
riba countyr '
V. Weather norma. Notes.
Forecast for New Mexico: Snow
In north and rain in south portion to
night and Tuesday.
Saturday the thermometer registered
as follows: Maximum temperature, 46
degrees, at 1:10 p. m.; minimum, 21 de-
greOjf ft iiUU'Bi all Alio iuuuii vcuipvi'
ature for the 24 Hours .was 34 degrees.
Mean dally humidity, 53 per cent.
Yestnrdav the thermometer registered
s follows: ".Maximum temperature, 40
degrees, at 4:10 p. m; minimum, 84
degrees, at 6:30 a. m. The mean
temperature for the 24 hours was 35 de
grees. Mean dally humidity, 40 per cent.
Temperature at 6:00 a. re. today, 33
degree. - --
Enaraved visiting cards with or with
out plate furnished by the New Mexi
can Printing Company.
To Cure a Cold in One Bay.
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.
The Grand Canon of Arizona," a
superbly illustrated volume of 124 pag
es. Fifty cents a copy. Apply to H. S.
Lutz, city agent of the Atchison, To-
peka and Santa Fe Railway in the Ca
A WARM NUMBER.
Chile Con Carne, Chile Verde, Hot Ta-
males, Enchiladas, Pasole, Temole,
Frljoles, Menudo, and other warm pro
positions, at the Bon-Ton.
Notary Pnbllo, Stenographer and Type
From Spanish Into English and from
English into Spanish carefully made.
Office with U. S. Attorney for the Court
of Privato Land Claims, Federal Build
ing. Francisco Delgado.
Santa Fe, N. M.
Spanish taught by competent Spanish
teacher. Fourteen years experience
Terms reasonable. Translations solicit
ed. Address J. C. Martinez, care New
RANGES "Tried ( and True." Excel
lent features, with reasonable prices to
introduce them. Fully guaranteed.
DAVIS,; the PLUMBER.
Traveler wanted to work country
trade, $1,000 per year and expenses. Los
Angeles Cider Co., St. Louis, Mo.
One car load of the latest styles and
shades of 1003 wall paper received at
Mi-Kenzie s. step m anti see lor your
self. Wo can please you In style and
"THEY SABE HOW."
Business is business. Every fellow
to his trade. Mixing drinks is our
business and our artists "sabe" how to
mix cm. 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 Trou Spanish Mackerel, Bull
heads, Frogs Legs, Pompano, and Sal
mon. Call at the Bon-Ton Restaurant
R. A. W ATKINS, Stenographer; Of
fice with H. N. Willcox, Catron Block.
Stenography and Typewriting by piece
WANTED SEVERAL PERSONS OP CHAR'
acter and good reputation in eaoh state (one
In this ooiintv rermlrnd) to reDresent and ad
vertise old established wealthy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary $21.09
weeKiy wmi expenses additional, an payaoie
in cash each Wedneiday direct from head of
lices. Horse and carriage furnished when
necessary. References. Enclose self-addressed
envelope. Colonial Co.,Caxton Bldg.,
" KILLED IN KANSAS.
And now at the Bon-Ton where you can
get them: Quail, Grouse, Prairie Chic
kens, Ducks, Snipe, Venison. CU and
WANTED We pay cash for clean cot
ton rags suitable for' machine pur
poses. New Mexican Printing Co.
"Strongest In the World"
TflE EQUITABLE LIFE
OF THE UNITED STATES
HENRY B. HYDE,
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Dec. 31, 1902 $1,292,446,595.00
New Assurance Issued
In 1902 281,249,944.00
Assets Dec.-31, 1902 . . 359,395,537.72
Assurance Fund and all
other liabilities . . . 284,268,040.95
Paid Policyholders In
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JAS. W. ALEXANDER, President.
JAS. H. HYDE, Vice President.
EDWARD QRUNSFELD, Mgr.,
Albuquerque, N. M.
MRS. L. A, HARVEY, A6ENT,
SANTA FE NEW MEXICO
THE SIP FE
South Side of Plan
We handle nothing but what Is -Brst-clasa
In the Liquor Line.
- IMPORTED WINES
We deliver any goods bought of
ns to any part of the city and
. Special Attention Is given to
- Family and Jlfati Orders. Vqu
will find our service first-class.
Snokers Will Find Cigart anJ To
bacco to Suit Tiilr Tula if
EMTSIDEOFfUU r SANTA FE, K. M.
W.T. GUTER, Proprietor.
For DrunkSRMts, Oft,
f SPOKBNE ClfiflB STOBEl
1 1 WISICBLS VWHtr
Cuniisllil 3BbmsV ,
Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars.
THE OLDEST DRUG HOUSE IN SANTA FE.
SA11 Kinds of
Filigree Fob Chains,,
Filigree Neck Chains,
Filigree Souvenir Spoons i
Filigree Brooch Pins.
Filigree Card Cases,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
How About Cigars?
We have the leading brands such as:
CHILDS, F0NTELLA, OWL, J. F. P0RTUAND0, SIGHT DRAFT AND
OTHERS IN 6 CENT GOODS, THE TQM MOORE, GEN. ARTHUR,
PREFERENCIA, EL SIDELL0, OLD STATESMAN, CHANCELLOR, AND
OTHERS IN 10 CENT GOODS. SANCHEZ y HAYA'S KEY WEST
nnnnc Dnnin nirn pirirs manm I A tun nTHFRa inn MUM.
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If You iVan a PERFECT SMOKE, Not TOO DRY nor TOO
: HOIST Try Our Cigars.
CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO
FISCHER DRUG COPjPAJVY
230 San Francisco Street.
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.
4 S. hAUJlE & CO., Grocers.
Only Exclusive Grain House In'Citv i
J. H. Parrott has the lead In three
successive games tWlth an ' average
score of i59 1-3. 'v-'-y '
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 size, but what
has from three to a dozen teams. Tou
cannot spend your money or time any
better. Tou gain In health more than
you lose In wealth. Health Is wealth.
C. W. DILTS,
GflLD S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP v .
Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty,
SAN FRANCISCO ST.,
A Full Line of
Manufacturer of Mex
ican Filigree Jewelry.
South Side Plaza - Santa Fe
SALT and SEEDS.
Ladies' afternoon was .well attended.
All present had ft good tlme.: Bowling Is
a healthy and moral exercise as well
as a pleasure participated in by he best
people of the states. Ladles, don't for
get that Thursday afternoon, Feb. 28, ia
lady partner admitted. ;
; Did you ever try bowling? : There la
no mose healthful and pleasing' exer
cise. The old and young, male and fe
male, enjoy it. Try it once and you will
WMIIHll III HlttlliDllllljll
CORNEft BURRO ALLEY.
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