Newspaper Page Text
Santa Fe FSew mexkan THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26. MINOR Gin TOPICS Bon-Ton: R. J. Ewing, Glorieta, Exchange: Thomas Martinez, Taos. Those who have not yet got their seats reserved for the Schubert's Sym phony entertainment should secure them at once. i WANTED the New Mexican Prin ting Company, second-hand volumes Ol tha Session Laws of 1899 in English. Fair price paid. The passenger and freight business of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railway in this city for the months of January and February has been very good. . A special meeting of the Woman's Board of Trade is called for Friday morning, February 27, at 10 o'clock. Im portant business to be transacted. By order of the president, Mrs. S. Spitz, add Senate Claire: Jose E. Torres, Socorro; Jul ian Chavez, Hillsboro; W. E. Alexan der, San Francisco; S. M.- Dawson, Las Vegas; G. W. Bond, Wagon Mound; C. D. SmaWser, Omaha; J. H. Bistoville, Peoria; D. C. Lee, Detroit; R. J. Lum ley, Madrid. The new time table which will go Into effect on the Denver and Rio Grande railroad'on Monday morning, provides for a daily service, excepting Sunday. The train will leave Santa Fe in the morning at 9 o'clock and will ar rive here at 6 o'clock in the evening. Palace: C. A. Blake, Jesse Slaughter, Chicago; R. E. Leatherman, John H. Stingle, W. E. Dame, H. F. Reynolds, Alfred Grunsfeld, A. Singer, J. D. Ea kin, Albuquerque; M. Abramson, C. B. Mahoffey, Denver; J. W. Bible, Hanov er; S. Edminston, Alamosa; I. Hagen bud, Bloomsburg. The receipts of the minstrel perform ance in the Loretto Hall on Monday ev ening amounted to $263. After paying expenses and dividing with Mr. Burt Klunk, the manager of the perform ance, there remained a clear profit for the Woman's Board of Trade, under whose auspices the performance was given, of something like $118. There was a freight wreck last even ing on the Santa Fe railway, between Canoncito and Glorieta, which blockad ed the tracks for several hours. This was the cause of delay for train No. 7. The engine of train No. 1, died when the train reached Bernalillo, and an en gine had to be sent up from Albuquer que to take the train into the Duke City. 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 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. Professor C. A. Jones, formerly of the Fort Collins, Colo., Concert Band, ar rived here today. He has been engaged by the Capital City Band to take charge of and conduct that organization. Pro fessor Jones is a conductor and teacher of wide reputation. He has led the "Scenic Band" of Salida, Colo., the Fifty Years Highs! Eknors 5" 3 o Fesfs (I. mtwrn PfliCE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. THOSE GETTING : : : MAflRIED BEFORE LENT 17, II. GOEBEL. HARDWARE. 107 Catron Block Creede Band, the Tellurtde Band as well as the Fort Collins Band, all to victory. Professor Jones Is accompanied by his wife and also by two young men who come to strengthen the Capital City Band. The present Indications are that the coming season will be a busy and profitable one for the band. The mem bers are requested to be present at practice this evening to meet Professor Jones. Train No. 7 from the east on the San ta Fe, arrived this morning at 7 o'clock, ten hours lute. The flyer came in last evening at 7 o'clock, seven hours late. No. 1 arrived at the same time, almost two hours late. The flyer today waa again six to seven hours late and the train from the south was over an hour late. PERSONAL MENTION R. T. Ewing, forest ranger on the Pe cos reserve, Is in town. Deputy U. S. Marshal R. E. Leather man of Albuquerque, is in town on offi cial business. Julian Chavez of Hillsboro, a well known citizen of that town, is In the capital viewing legislative sights. James L. Seligman, president of the Seligman Brothers Company, arrived on yesterday's flyer from Philadelphia. R. J. Lumley of Madrid, who is in the employ of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company at that point, is in the city. Professor C. J. Crandall, superintend ent of the United States Indian school, was a visitor to Albuquerque last even ing. Captain W. E. Dame of Albuquerque, clerk of the 2d judicial district court. Is shaking 'hands with friends today in the capital. John H. Stingle, city attorney of Al buquerque, was among last evening's arrivals to watch legislative proceed ings. J. W. Bible, merchant at Hanover, Grant county, is in town attending the meeting of the Territorial Bureau of Immigration. Judge Jose E. Torres of Socorro, mem ber of the Bureau of Immigration, is in town and attended the meeting of the bureau today. Francisco Serna of Chamita, member of the board of county commissioners of Rio Arriba county, is visiting the capi al on business and to see friends. Judge B. S. Baker, associate justice of the territorial supreme court, arrived from Albuquerque last evening and was in attendance at today's session of the ! territorial supreme court. Hon. Alfred Grunsfeld, of the big mercantile firm of Grunsfeld Brothers at Albuquerque, who Is treasurer of the Bureau of Immigration, is in the city to attend the meeting of the bureau held today. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Clancy of Al buquerque, arrived in the capital yester day. Mr. Clancy, who is the efficient district attorney of the 2d judicial dis trict, is here on legal business. Mr. and Mrs. Clancy will remain until Friday night. G. W. Wiley of Daylestown, Pa., a newspaperman of sixteen years' exper ience, arrived last evening from Sedal la, Colo., to take n position on the edi torial force of the New Mexican. Mr Wiley will join her husband In about month. Mrs. Philip Onrretson of Denver. the Standard World's Fair. S. Gov't Chemists Will do Well to Investi gate the Merits of Our Twentieth Century Laurel Range daughter of Mrs. Stevenson, was an arrival last evening to be at the bed side of her mother, who has been criti cally ill for the past ten ' days., Mrs. Stevenson is reported as slightly im proved this morning. LEGISLATIVE POINTERS. The House adjourned this afternoon until tomorrow afternoon In order that the members might attend the funeral of the late Mrs. Sena. The House was in earnest yesterday in its intentibn to clear the table of all business and attempts to adjourn were voted down with great regularity. The table was cleared before final adjourn ment for the day was taken. The pure food bill introduced by Mr. Baca in the House is most stringent in its provisions and covers all articles, simple, mixed or compound, used for food, candy, drink or condiment by man or domestic animals. The chemical ex amination is ordered made by the chem ist at the Agricultural College. The House is on record as opposed to gum chewing within the chamber. Mr. Cristoval Sanchez offered a resolution to prohibit it and the Speaker amid the laughter of the members, declared it adopted without going through the for mality of a vote. Paper bound volumes of the Session Laws of 1901 wanted at the office of the New Mexican. A fair price will be paid for them. A CORRECTION BY FRANK SPRINGER He is Not in Favor of the Immediate Sale of Irrigation Lands. To the Editor of the New Mexican. In the New Mexican's report of the meeting of the Irrigation Commission on the 20th instant, It is stated that 1 was in favor of an immediate sale of the irrigation lands donated by con gress. This is incorrect and, your re porter must have been misinformed about it. I did not move nor vote for any policy looking to a sale of the lands and I am not in favor of it as at present advised. What I did move and vote for, was a postponement of the consideration of the general policy of dealing with the land!, as to which a difference of opinion among the mem bers had risen, until a full attendance of the members of the commission could be had. I would prefer that statements of what my opinions are would be had at first hand from me, or from my rec orded votes. I will feel obliged if you will correct the written paragraph in your valuable journal. Very truly, FRANK SPRINGER. A MURDER AT LORDSBURG. Jose Romero Slain by an Assassin and Then Laid on a Railroad Track. Last Wednesday night a tragedy took place in Lorthburg, Grant county, in tho murder of Jose Romero, of Morencl, Arizona, In the mlddlo of the night tho switch engine ran over the body of a man on tho track in the eastern end of the yard . Dr. Molr was summoned, but the body was already cold. On his teui- plo-thero was a dark hole, which appar ently had been mado by a blow from a blunt instrument, which had caused tho death of the man. There is no doubt but that he was murdered and tho body placed on the track that death might seem accidental. Tho cotoners jury passed tho verdict that he was killed at the hands of parties unknown. Con stable McGrath will try to bring the murderers to justice, but as Romero had bceu at Lsrdsburg only a few days and was unknown, it will bo hard to appre hend the perpetrator of the foul deed. THE RIO GRANDE AND SOUTHWESTERN, It Will Enter a Virgin Timber Country and Will be a Freight Line Only. The Rocky Mountain News speaks as follows of the proposed Rio Grande and Southwestern Railroad: "The road is being constructed chiefly for the purpose of entering a virgin tim ber country. The Denver and Rio Grande railroad and the New Mexican Lumber company are tho backers. For the last twelve year9 or more the New Mexican Lumber company, with head quarters in Denver, has been operating on the ri err a Amanita land grant, and the timber on this grant his been culled so closely that a new field of operations becomes necessary. In order to get in to this new country it Is necessary to pass through the Jicarilla Indian re servatlon. The project is launched mainly In the interest of the lumber company, It Is said, but should the coum try traversed eventually prove as rich in coal and minerals as is now anticipated the advent of the railroad will be the means of developing It. At present It is tbe intention of the company to utilize the road entirely for hauling freight. Death of J, M. Harper. On lasi Wednesday morning, J. M, Harper, died at his home at Red Rock, Grant county, of pneumonia. A short time ago, whllo driving home from Lordsburg, he was taken with a chill and was ill from that time on until his death. Mr. Harper was a ranchman of long experience. He was one of the earliest settlers and had the largest nd most productive' ranch in that section He was Interested not only in his own advancement, but also in that of the community, devoting much of his time and money to the schools and education 1 equipments of . this section. He was stanch Democrat and influential In po llttcat affairs. From one dozen to twenty copies of the New Mexican are sent out daily to enquiries and applicants concerning Santa Fe. This is the -very best kind of advertisement and Is bearing good fruit,- as the large number of - tourist and healtheeekers n the city abund antly snows. Letter copy books, Japanese paper, the best manufactured In the United States for sale by the. Office - Sup ply Company. Prices lower than anywhere else In the sc-.'.V , Send for prices. Old papers for sale at this office. BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Meeting Well Attended Work of Past Two Years Approved and Plans for Future Work Discussed. A call mooting of the Bureau of Im migration was hold today at the oflice of the secretary. Thcro wera present: W, B. Bunker, East Las Vegas, pres ident; Granville Pendleton, Aztec, vice president; Alfred (irunsfeld, Albuquer que, treasurer; .1. W. Bible, Hanover, and Jose E. Torres, Socorro, members; Max Frost, secretary. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The report of the secretary of the busi ness of the bureau for the past year was read, discussed and approved. Resolu tions were adopted asking the legislative assembly to keep the appropriations for tho inaintainanco of the bureau Intact for the years 1D03 and 1!K)4 and at tho same amount as for the year 190:2; also complimentary to tho secretary for the efficient and successful management of the work of the bureau. The members expressed themselves as greatly gratified with the success that had attended the labors of tho bureau during tho past four years and plans for future work were discussed. No definite action on tho plans were taken, it Being thought best to defer the same until the annual meeting in April next. The bureau was in sossion several hours and adjourned to meet aga n in this city at tho time of tho annual meeting as pres cribed by law. CHAPLAIN TO BE COURTMARTIALED. He Failed to Pay a Debt While Staiioned at Fort Sheridan and is Now at Fort llayitrd. Quito a sensallMi has been created at Fort Baard, Grant county, by tho ar rest of a chaplain of tiiu army for al leged failure to pay his debt. The offi cer Is Chaplain II. C. Gavitt, of the First cavalry, who has boon ordered arrested for trial before a courtuiartlal wliieli General Frederick Funstoii, com wander of the department of Colorado, has or dered convened for that purpose. He is charged with conduct unbecom ing an officer and a gentleman. The charge is tho outcome of the chaplalu's alleged refusal to pay a debt claimed to bo due a Chicago business house and contracted while the chap lain was at Fort Sheridan. Tho courtmaitial Is ordered to con vene at Fort Logan on March 2. Col. J. W. Uubb of the Twelfth infantry, stationed at Fort Touglas, will bo the president of the court. Captain Carter of tho Fourteenth cavalry has been do tailed to act as judge advocate. The Schubert Symphony Club And Lady Quartette of Chicago are making their last tour of tho United States and will appear next Saturday at 2:30 p. m. and at 8 p. m. at tho court house under the auspices of the city high school. If jou enjoy tho sweetest of singing, the purest of fun and the brightest of music, you can safely look forward to this entertainment as a great treat. Evorybody likes music and everybody enjoys a hearty laugh. To bear the Schubert Lady Quartette sing their "Old Maid Song" will mako a rise in the matrimonial market anywhere, 2:30 p. m., Matinee 50 cents, School pupils 25 cents, 8 p. m., concort "Scents, School pupils 50 cents. Tickets and reserved seats at Ireland's drug store on and after Tuesday. Justice of the Peace Dockets. The New Mexican Printing Company has prepared civil and criminal dockets especially for the use of Justices of the peace. They are especially ruled, with printed headings, in either Spanish or English, made of good record paper, strongly and durably bound with leath er back and covers and canvas sides; have a full index in front and the fees of Justices of the peace and constables printed in full on the first page. The pages are 10 1-2x16 inches. The3e books are made up In civil and criminal doc-k-?n, separate, of 320 pages each or with both civil and criminal bound in one book, SO pages civil and 320 pages crim inal. To introduce them they are offer, ed at the following low prices: Civil o criminal U 00 Combination civil and criminal S 00.. For 45 cents additional for a single docket or 65 cents additional for a com bination docket, they will be sent by mail or prepaid express. Cash In full must accompany order. State plainly whether English or Spanish printed heading is wanted. Address NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO., Santa Fe. N. M- The New Mexican Printing Company manufactures the best blank books and loose leaf ledgers In the southwest at very moderate prices. You will serve your own interests by patronizing this very deserving home manufacturing es tablishment. Engraved visiting cards with or with out plate furnished by the New Mexi can Printing Company. D. & R. 6. SYSTEM, Santa Fe Branch. Time Table No. 71. (Kffootlve Monday, March 2, 1903.) AST BOUKD WIST BOOTS Ho. 426. Ill LBS Ho. 429 9;GOam..i.r....SantaPe..Ar.. 6.00pm 10:60 m..Lv....Ejpanola..r. 34.. 2:45 pm inup m..LiV....imDuao...Ar.. oa... i: o p m 8:35 p m..Lv.Trea Pledrat.Ar.. 90. ..10:30 p m 6:8p m..Lv....Antonito..Ar..l25... 8:10p m trlO p m..Lr.... Alamosa... Ar 153... 6:40 p m IBtm .iiT.,. . t-ueDlo...Ar..2Sl... rain J;15 m..Ar... Dhdvbi ...Lv..404... 9:3) pm Trains run daily except Sunday. Connections with the main line and branches as follows: At Antonlto for -Duranjro, Sllveiton and all points in the sail J nan country. At Alamosa (with standard (rauej) tor La Veta, Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver, also with narrow gauge for Monte Vista, Del Norte and Denver Creede aod all points in the San Luis valley. At Salida with main line (standard gauge) for all points east and west In eluding Lieadvdie and narrow gauge points between Salida and Urand Junc tion. At Florence and Canon City for the gold camps of Cripple Creek and Victor. At rueblo, Colorado springs ana Den ver ith all Missouri river lines for all points east. For further Information address the anderslgnod, Through paasengors from aanta re in standard gauge sleepers front Alamosa can have berths reserved on application. a. Harney, Acting Uonerai Agent. .. riansa Fe, N. M. i 9 K H.ioru,G. V A , Denver, Colo. GIRL WANTED! (flOMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Apply Mrs. J. W. Eay nolds, Santa Fe, N. M. To Cure a Cold in One Say. 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. Itie Schubert Symphony Club Is as versatile as it ia talented. Only those who stay away will be disappointed. They give an entertainment which de lights everybody. Court House, Satur day night. A WARM NUMBER. Chile Con Carne, Chile Verde, Hot Ta males, Enchiladas, Pasole, Temole, Frijoles, Menudo, and other warm pro positions, at the Bon-Ton. Notary Publio, Stenographer and Type writer. Translations From Spanish Into English and from English into Spanish carefully mado. Office with U. S. Attorney for the Court of Prlvato Land Claims, Federal Build ing. Fhancisco Df.lgado. Santa Fe, N. M. Spanish Taught. Spanish taught by competent Spanish teacher. Fourteen years exporlonce Terms reasonable. Translations solicit ed. Address J. C. Martinez, care New Mexican. . RANGES "Tried and True." Excel lent features, with reasonable prices to Introduce them. Fully guaranteed. DAVIS, the PLUMBER. WALL PA PER! One car loud of tho latest stylos and shades : f 1003 wall paper received at MuKi'ii;:iu's. Step in and see for your self. Wo can please ynu In stylo and price "THEY SABE HOW." Business la business. Every fellow to his trade. Mixing drinks is our business and uur 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 Trout, Spanish Mackerel, Bull-, heads, Frogs Legs, Pompano, and Sal mon. Call at the Bon-Ton Restaurant. STENOGRAPHY R. A. W ATKINS, Stenographer Of fice with H. N. Willcox, Catron Block. Stenography and Typewriting by piece work. WANTED SBVERAL PERSONS OF CHAR, acter and g-ood ropntation in each state (one in this county required) to represent and ad vertise old established wealthy bushiesshouse of solid financial standing. Salary $21.00 weekly with expenses additional, ail payable in cash each Wednesday direct from head of- nces. jiorse ana carriage tiirmsneu when necessary. References. Enclose self-addressed envelope. Colonial Co.,Caxton lildg., KILLED IN KANSAS. And now at the Bon-Ton where you can get them: Quail, Grouse, Prairie Chic. kens, Ducks, Snipe, Venison. CU and be convinced. Land Scrip. By the use of so-called land scrip title can be obtained to Government land without cultivation or residence there on. All you need to do is to give des cription and show the land to be of the proper kind. We do the rest. By rea son of the exhaustion of a supply which has beon quite limited the price is ad vancing. We have a small amount yet on hand to sell, that Is fully guaran teed. We also deal in real estate, loans and investments. Hugo Seaberg, Sprin ger, N. M. ' "Strongest in the World" Tlf EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES HENRY B. HYDE, Founder. ?Z & Outstanding Assurance Dec. 31, 1902 .... $1,292,416,595.09 New Assurance Issued in 1902 281,249,944.00 Income 69,007,012.25 Assets Dec. 31, 1902 . . 359,395,537.72 Assurance Fund and all other liabilities ... 284,268,040.95 Surplus 75,127,495.77 Paid Policyholders in 1902 .. 29,191,250.79 j& j& j& JAS. W. ALEXANDER, President. JAS. H. HYDE, Vice President. EDWARD GRUNSFELD, Mgr., Albuquerque, N. M. MRS. L. A. HARVEY, AGENT, SANTA FE - - . HEW MEXICO j THE SOT FE E: ft South Side of Plaza We handle nothing but what Is first-class In the Liquor Line. CALIFORNIA AND IMPORTED WINES SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ft i Wo H.illom. l,..u. .... uu...i,& mijr guuuo. wiuguu u ,1, us to any part of the city and j Special Attention Is given to namuy ar.a mail uraers. lou will find our Borvlco first-class. Smokert Will find Cigars and To bacco to Suit Their Taste at This Establishment EAST SIDE OF PUZA " - ' SANTA FE, I. M. W. T. 8UTER, Proprietor. Ireland's Headquarter's For DRUG Toilet Articles. THE OLDEST DRUG 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. u nt x vri now Auoui Ligars; We have the loading brands such as: CHILDS, F0NTE1LA, OWL, J. F. P0RTUAND0, SIGHT DRAFT AND OTHERS IN 5 CENT GOODS. THE TQM MOORE, GEN. ARTHUR, PREFERENCE, EL SIDELLO, OLD STATESMAN, CHANCELLOR, AND OTHERS IN 10 CENT GOODS. SANCHEZ y HAYA'S KEY WEST GOODS, PORTO RiCO CIGARS, MANILLA AND OTHERS TOO NUM EROUS TO MENTION xxxxxxxxxxxxxx If You Want a PERFECT SMOKE, Not TOO DRY nor TOO MOIST Try Our Cigars. CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO FISCHER DRUG COPjPAfJY 230 San Francisco Street. BAYLE'S Ping-Pong Pickles Yum-Yum Pickles Lunch Herring English Mustard Hot Stuff Bayle's After-Dinner and Deviled Cheese, Royal Luncheon and MacLaren's Imperial Cheese, Edam, Imported Swiss, Roguefort, Limburger, American Cream, and Vaterland. Full Cream Brick CheeseSalted Peanuts. U. S. IAUJIE & CO., Grocers; LEO HE9SCH WHOLESALE and RETAIL SEALER m SALT Only Exclusive Grain House In City I I BOWLING ALLEY NEWS 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 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, HOLD'S OLD CUWOSIH SHOP BASKETS BLANKETS POTTERY ABE GO I D. Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty, SAN FRANCISCO ST., CORNER BURRO ALLEY. Pharmacy Candy and Cigars. HOUSE I IN SANTA FE. A Full Line of DIAMONDS, WATCHES, S1LVEKWAKE, CLOCKS. JEWELRY, ETC., ETC,. ftianufacturer of Mex ican Filigree Jewelry. South Side Plaza - Santa Fe SMOKED Finan Haddie White Fish Salmon Halibut Herring e FLOW, HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES, and SEEDS. 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 Ladies, don't for- " get that Thursday afternoon, Feb. 26, is free for you. Xo 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 xou will again.' Proprietor. ESTABLISHED 1859. ABE GOLD, Proprietor- Wtoleuli nt NitilliDnlirJlR INDIAN AMF MEXICAN CURIOS .