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Santa Fe New Mexican
TUESDAY, MARCH S.
THIRTY-FIFTH LEGIS
LATIVE ASSEMBLY
(Continued From First Page.)
give statemants of his revenues. He
aid he was opposed to pouring public
money into the pockets of private In
dividuals. Mr. Fall said that by re
pealing Section 3 the Council would re
peal all laws requiring Insurance com
panies to file bonds of any kind. He
again Insisted that the Council was
doubling the fees of the auditor when
he does not need it. He declared the
auditor' office to be a magnificently
paid one and said there was not one of
the officers who would refuse it if the
present salary was reduced. Mr. Fall
moved to recommit the bill to the Ju
diciary committee. Mr. Spiess thought
It should go to the committee on terrl
tnrtnl nffalra. Mr. Duncan discovered
that Mr. Hughes had moved to have It
recommitted to the Judiciary committee
nd that the motion was seconded by
Mr. Albright. Mr. Spleas said it made
mo difference where the bill went and
Mr. Jaramlllo agreed with him. Mr.
Hawkins said It was a poor state of af
fairs where councilmen were indifferent
when a private snap was being fixed
up. Then by unanimous consent the
bill was recommitted to the committee
on education.
Council Bill No. 9, An act to appro
priate $5,000 for the drilling of the ar
tesian well at the penitentiary was ta
ken from the President's table. Mr. Fall
moved to make the appropriation $10,
000 to be paid out of the permanent
Improvement fund from the sale of
penitentiary lands. The amendment
was adopted and the bill as amended
was passed.
By unanimous consent Mr, Amado
Chaves Introduced Council Bill No. 96,
An act granting certain lands in the
city of Santa Fe to the Women's Board
of Trade as a site for a public library.
The land is on the west side of Wash
ington avenue and has a frontage of
100 feet. It was referred to the com
mittee on territorial affairs.
By unanimous consent Mr. Hawkins
Introduced Council Joint Resolution
No. 4, calling on the treasurer, auditor
and secretary to report at once the
amount of salary received by each and
of fees from all sources. It was adopt
ed. Mr. Spiess from the committee on
Judiciary, reported House Bill No. 26,
the Ortega acequla bill, and recommen
ded that it be passed with the amend
ment that it shall apply only to Berna
lillo and Socorro counties. As amend
ed the bill was passed.
The Council then took a recess until
! o'clock.
THE HOUSE.
(Morning Session.)
, The House was called to order
promptly at 10 o'clock. In the absence
Of the chaplain, no prayer was offered.
The Journal was read and approved. A
message was received from the Coun
cil that It had concurred In House Bill
No. 95; failed to concur in House Bill
No. 118, relating to archives and had
passed a substitute; passed Council Bill
Fifty Years
Mings
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Highest Tests U. S. Gov't Chemists
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO.
THOSE GETTINe
MARRIED BEFORE LENT
W. II. GOEBEL HARDWARE. 107 Catron Block
No. 63, relating to detaching Espanola
precinct from Santa Fe county to an
nex It to Kio Arriba county; passed
iu-11 Hill No. 83, relating to author
zing cities to collect and dispose of
garbage; passed Council Bill No. 84,
for ci-eatingdistrict attorney's dis
tricts. Mr. Cristoval Sanchez moved to take
up the bill to attach Espanola precinct
of Santa Fe county to Rio Arriba coun
ty under suspension of the rules. Mr.
Kilpatrick denounced the bill as rank
injustice. Mr. Vargas urged that the
rules be suspended and said he held pe
titions that it be done.
A petition which Mr. Vargas sent to
the desk and which was dated Espan
ola was read. Mr. Baca moved to
amend the motion to suspend the rules
by having the bill referred to the com
mittee on county and county lines as
many members are absent. He said
that this would give an opportunity to
all parties to be heard before a fair
and just committee. Mr. Baca said
Santa Fe county should be given an
opportunity to be heard and the com
mittee should fix an hour for both sides
to be heard. Mr. Baca made a strong
plea for the bill to take its regular or
der. Mr. Ortega raised the point that
a motion to suspend the rules cannot
be amended. The Speaker ruled against
him and Mr. Cristobal Sanchez moved
to lay Mr. Baca's motion on the table,
In explaining his vote, Mr. Baca made
another strong plea that Santa Fe
should be heard. Mr. Llewellyn said
the request to refer was reasonable, but
that he was satisfied that the House
had determined to pass the bill and he
could see no use in going against a
majority that is determined to pass it.
Mr. Eduardo Martinez said the request
to refer is reasonable and he was op
posed to rushing the bill through. Mr.
Cristoval Sanchez said the people of
Espanola were not consulted when
they were annexed to Santa Fe county.
Mr. Martin Sanchez complimented Mr.
Baca and Mr. Kilpatrick for defending
Santa Fe county, but said that this Is
a day of restitution and the request of
the people of Espanola should be heed
ed. Mr. Baca's amendment was tabled
by 14 to 4, Messrs. Baca, Kilpatrick, E.
Martinez and the Speaker voting nay.
The rules were suspended by the same
vote. On motion to read the bill the
first, second and third times, the vote
was the same, 14 to 4. The bill was
then read. Mr. David Martinez, Jr.,
moved the passage of the bill. Mr. Baca
on roll call, made an energetic protest
against the passage of the bill. He
declared It to be unfair and unjust.
Mr. Martin Sanchez said that Santa
Fe county must eat of its. own cooking.
Mr. Vargas said that there had been
ample time to present arguments
against the bill. The bill was passed
by a vote of 15 to 3, Messrs. Baca, Kil
Patrick and the Speaker voting nay.
A petition was presented from Am
erican trainmen working in Mexico
asking for ample protection when held
for railroad accidents and arrested
therefor and asking that the petition
be endorsed and a memorial to the
president of the United States be adop
ted.
The committee on judiciary made
the following report: House Bill No.
110, An act to amend the laws relating
to the death penalty, passage recom
mended; House Bill No. 100, An act re
the Standard
Will do Well to Investi
gate the Merits of Our
Twentieth
Century
Laurel
Range r
specting th property right ot married
women, passage recommended; House
Bill No, SO, An act to repeal Sections
46, 47, 48, 50, and 61, of the Compiled
Laws of 1897, and to amend Section 1860
of the same laws, passage recommend
ed; House Bill No. 58, An act making
Socorro county a separate district-attorneys
district, passage recommended;
Council Bill No. 15, An act to amend
the laws relating to pleadings, passage
recommended; Council Bill No. 64, An
act to amend the election laws, pas
sage recommended; House BUI No. 48,
the local option bill, passage recommen
ded; House Bill No. 104, An act relating
to the duties of peace officers, passage
recommended; House Bill No. 51, An
act relating to the rights of married
women, passage not recommended;
House Bill No. 132, An act relating to
procedure in criminal cases, passage
recommended.
The committee on territorial affairs
favorably reported Council -Bill No. 65,
An act to amend Section 7, Chapter 47,
Session Laws of 1901. The committee
on Irrigation favorably reported amen
ded Council Bill No. 68, An act relating
to the injury of pipe lines.
The report of the committee which
visited the College of Agriculture and
Mechanic Arts at Mesilla Park was
read In full. It paid a high tribute to
the work and management of -the. in
stitution. Mr., Martin SanpheZj moved
the adoption of the report with cheers
and that it be spread on the . journal,
The report was adopted without cheers,
however. . ! '
Mr. Llewellyn asked unanimous con
sent to take up the memorial for the
protection of the lives and liberty of
American citizens in Mexico. This was
granted and it was r.mended by Mr.
Ortega so as to apply to all American
citizens and not only trainmen,' and as
amended was adopted. . -
The following bills were Introduced
House Bill No. 146, by Mr. Baca, An
act granting certain lands in the city
of Santa Fe to the territory of New
Mexico; referred to the committee on
municipal corporations. ,
House Bill No. 147, by Mr. McCash,
An act relating to public highways; re
ferred to the committee on roads and
highways. it
House Bill No. 148, by Mr. Llewellyn,
An act to amend Section 10, Chapter
81 of the Session Laws of 1899; referred
to the committee on Irrigation.
House Bill No. 149, by Mr. Llewellyn,
An act to encourage sanitariums'' In
New Mexico; referred to the committee
on judiciary.
House Bill No. 150, by Mr. Coleman,
An act to amend Section 2, Chapter 72,
Session Laws of 1901; referred to the
committee on railroads, ..'..'
House Bill No. 151, by Mr. KilpatrlckV
An act to authorize county commis
sioners to have certain lands surveyed
so as to provide for better tax returns;
referred to committee on territorial af
fairs. 1
The House took a recess until 2
o'clock this afternoon.
THE COUNCIL. ...
(Afternoon Session.) . -, )'
When the Council met this afternoon
Mr. Jaramlllo asked unanimous con
sent to report Council Bill No. 96, An
act granting land to the Woman's
Board of Trade of Santa Fe for a lib
rary. It was recommended for passage.
The report was adopted and Mr. Haw
kins presented an amendment exempt
ing the tract from taxation and this
was adopted. The bill as amended
passed.
The Council then adjourned until 10
o'clock Wednesday morning.
THE HOUSE.
(Afternoon Session.)
When the House was called to order,
by unanimous consent, Mr. Llewellyn's
bill to encourage sanltarl In New
Mexico, was read In full for Informa
tion, and under suspension of the rules
was passed.
The committee on munclpal corpora
tions favorably reported Council Bill
No. 54, An act providing for the annex
ation of land contiguous to cities and
towns. Mr. Baca asked that the rules
be suspended to take It up for passage.
Mr. Cristoval Sanchez objected and
moved to table the motion. It was lost
by 6 to 12. The rules were suspended
by 14 to 4. Mr. Cristoval Sanchez mov
ed to adjourn and it was lost. He then
moved to recommit the bill and Mr.
Baca moved to table the motion and
this was done by 18 to 5.
Mr. Cristoval Sanchez moved to ad
journ and It was lost. The previous
question was demanded. Mr. Pendle
ton flayed Mr. Sanchez for his diliatory
tactics and his remarks were received
with applause. Mr. Sanchez explained
his vote at great length. Mr. Llewellyn
and Mr. Baca reminded him he ;had
asked a suspension of the rules in the
morning. Mr, Stockton . i protested
against Mr. Sanchez being permitted to
speak so long. Speaker Montoya order
ed htm to confine himself to his rights
or he would order him to his seat. Mr.
Sanchez then sat down. The main
question was ordered by 13 to 5. Mr.
Cristoval Sanchez moved to adjourn,
but It was lost. The bill was read the
third time by title and was then passed
by 16 to 2.
House Bill No. 76, An act to define
the preference rights of ex-U. S. sol
diers, widows of soldiers or heirs, in
respect to leasing Sections 16 and
was then taken up and passed.
The House then adjourned until 10
o'clock tomorrow morning.
MINOR CITY TOPICS
Exchange: W. P. Gould, Espanola;
M. T. Gomez y Valllan, iSllverton; G.
Sanchez, Pedro Castillo, Bernalillo; B.
Montoya.
A meeting of the penitentiary com
mission was held yesterday at which
President F. H. Pierce presided. Only
routine business was transacted. .
Claire: N. E. Stevens, Albuquerque;
C. L. Pollard, Espanola; G. B. Brady,
Velarde; F. Bond, Espanola; J. " "W.
Langdon, Denver; W. S. Bullion, ' St.
Louis; Nettle M. Woody, Zanlda lil-
lard, Glen Woody, R. R. Whits, Kan-
fu Cityj E- M. Swayxe, Wichita, Kai.i
frellx Grant T. M. Fuller, Tres Pled-
ras; Mr, and Mrs. F D. Darby, Cleve
land; B. Myers and wife, Raton.
No meeting of the capltol custodian
commission or of the territorial land
board was held on account of the ill
ness of Solicitor General E. L. Bart
letti Immediately after roll call last even
ing, the city council adjourned until
next Monday evening out of respect to
late Mrs. Sena, mother of J. D. Sena,
who is chairman of the council.
Juliana Garcia de Baca, wife of Fran
cisco Baca at Las Vegas, on Saturday
gave birth to triplets. Including these
three .children, 18 In all have been born
to the couple, ten of whom are living.
Mrs. Petra Montoya de Baca, wife of
Pablo Baca y Sanchez, sheriff of Union
county, died at Clayton, February 26.
The deceased was a sister of Isidoro
Montoya, an ex-superintendent of pub
lic schools of Union county. She leaves
a husband, also a mother and many
children to mourn her loss.
Palace: G. A. Kaseman, Albuquerque;
G. H. Smith, C. H. Stearns, Jr., Santa
Rosa; W. A. Mclvers and wife, Nogal;
W. S Fitch, Pueblo; E. R. Wright,
Santa Rosa; J. C. Hank, Denver; J. H.
Billlngslee, Denver; H. H. Johnson,
Dulce: C. A. Carruth, J. Law, Antoni-
tp; J. S. Clark, Las Vegas; Mrs. R. S.J
Poston, H. C. Avis, St. ujuis; u. nein
ler, St Joseph; D. A. Lyne, Albuquer-
que.
Judge MoFle will call tbc criminal
and civil docket on t e'tnrriturlal side
of the court tomorrow at ten oc'oc!-.
Hon. Amado Chavos Is In receipt of a
telegram announcing the death of his
niece,-Vlccntlla Mazoii, ne o-jmr- iu
child nf Mr. and Mrs. Leopoldo Mhzoii,
of San Rafael, Valencia comity. The
child died yesterday.
, The Public Historical Society meet
ing will take place this evening at 7:30
in the chambers of the representatives
in the capltol. Besides the excellent
program heretofore announced, Colonel
E. E Twitchell will tell how the ancient
archives were saved from conflagration,
and Mr. Hspelmath will bring a rare
ancient map lor exn.oiuon.
The district court met this morning
at the court house at 10 o'clock. Judge
John R. McFle presiding. There were
present: B. C. Atbott, district attorney;
Alfred M. Bergere, Esq., clerk; and a.
C. Kinsell, sheriff. The court appointed
Sheriff Alexander Read of Rio Arriba
county, court interpreter; Tranquilino
Armijo, Interpreter lor the unueu
States erand lurv and J. T. Sandoval.
Interpreter for the Territorial grand
1urv. The United States grand jury
was impannelled and S G. Cartwrlght
ol this city was appoinieu ioramuii aim
Arthur Blshoff was named as foreman
of the Territorial erand jury. The
names of the jurors will be published
tomorrow.
PERSONAL MENTION
,
W. P. Gould, engaged in farming near
Espanola, Is In the city.
.Tnhn S. Clark of Las Vegas, was
veaterdav's arrivals in the City.
- B. F. Morris and wife of Santa
Cruz,' who have been spending " some
time visiting in this city, have return
ed home.
' H. H. Johnson, who has charge of
the Jicarllla Apache agency at Dulce,
Is In the city on business before the U.
S. court. - " ' ...
G. A. Kaseman of Albuquerque, Unit
ed States deputy marshal, is in the city
attending the U, S. court In session
here. . .-,
C. L, Pollard of the Mercantile firm
of Biggs and Pollard at Espanola, was
in town yesterday on his return from a
visit to Denver.
G. B." Brady of Velarde, who Is en
gaged In the saw mill business on the
Montes y Vigil land grant, Is In the
city on business. -
Mrs. W. A. Mclvers. of Nogal, wife
of Representative Mclvers, arrived
from, the south yesterday and Joined
har himhnnri who has rooms at the
Palace hotel,
Railway Mail Clerks C. A. Carruth
and: J. JE. Wood are In attendance at
court as witnesses In United States
cases. Their runs are being served by
F. E, Russell and H. F. Boot, acting. .
Felix Grant and T. M. Fuller are In
the city, witnesses before the United
States grand Jury In the case of George
Bashford, charged with an attempt to
rob the postoffice at Tres Pledras a few
weeks ago. . .-
Miss Nollle Woody, of Glen Woody,
Rio Arriba county, U visiting the cap
ital. '. - . :.
E. L. Medler. Esq.. of Albuquerque,
assistant United States attorney, is In
the city attending the United States dis
trict court In session here.
' W. B. Chllders. Ksq., United State
attorney for New Mexico, ha spent the
past week la Washington, nut expects
to return to New Mexico this week.:,
Frank Bond, of the firm of G. W. Bond
and Brother of EsDafiola. is In town
He woiked for the passage of the bill to
annex Espanola precinct to Rio Arriba
countv. i . .' . i.
J. H. Crist. Esq.. of Monoro, arrived
last evening from the north. He put in
some work today towards the passage oi
the sill giving Espanola precinct to Rio
Arriba county.
Pedro Castillo and Bonifacio Montoya,
of Bernalillo, are In the capital head
ing a delegation which Is working for
the creation of s new county with the
town of Bernalillo as the county seat.
Julian R. Martinet and wife, of Ar
royo Hondo, Taos county, are visiting
friends In the city. Two of their chil
dren are at school here a boy attending
the public school and a girl at the kin
dergarten. Mr. Martluez is a prosper
ous merchant at his home. In addition
to the two children in school here, there
is one son attending the agricultural
college at Fort Collins, one at the Jesuit
college at Denver, and another son at
thd New Mexico Military Institute at
Roswell.
Thnmaa Ui4nl.tAn nrnmfiiAnt mpr-
1UUUIM Ktv-".- r 1
chant and horticulturallst at Blnconada,
&lo Arriba county arnvea in toe cmy
last evening. He It a witness before the
iTnK.H at.. f)rtnit Jurv. Mr. Mo
Qnlston sutos that Jilt . taar was an
t M LI. . .t -
excellent iron year tur duiwhvu i .
country. Be sold and shipped about
150,000 pounds of fruit from his orchard.
Mrs. McQuiston of Rlnconada who
has been on a visit to California for the
past six weeks, returned home on yes
terday. Miss Zenaeda Lillard of Fort Worth,
Texas, who has been visiting friends at
Glen Woody Mining Camp three miles
from Rlnconada arrived In the city last
evening enroute to ber home having
enjoyed her New Mexico visit very much.
Miss Lillard will take a trip to California
and then go to Forth Worth via the
southern route .
0. B, Weather Korean Notes.
. Forecast for New Mexico: Rain or
snow tonight and Wednesday, warmer
weather In south portion tonight; east
erly winds.
Yesterday the thermometer registered
as follows: Maximum temperature, 38
degrees, at 4:40 p. m; minimum, 10
degrees, at 3:15 a. m. The mean
temperature for the 24 hours was 24 de
grees. Mean dally humidity, so per cent,
Temperature at 0:00 a. m. today, 24
aegrees.
-New Goods Just Received!
'Miss Mugler has Just received a new
line of spring and summer millinery.
AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED SEVERAL PEESONSOF C.l AR-
acter land good reputation in eaoh state (one
in tms county required; to represent and ad
vertise old established wealthy business house
of solid tluancial standing. Salary $21.00
weeKiy witn expenses auuitionai, all payanie
in cnsli eaoh Wednesday direct from head of
fices. Hnrse mid carriage furnished when
necessary ReferCL-os. Enclose self-addressed
envelope. ColouUl Co , Caxton Bldg.,
TRAVELER WANTED-STATE AGE,
references, experience, atid salary
expected. El Padre (Jlgar Company, st,
Louis. Mo.
GO TO DAVIS AND SPOONER, THE
sanitary plumbers, for stove cast
ings, any make furnished at short notice.
Prjco right.
TirA NTED SECON-H AN D PAPER
bound volumes of the Session
Laws of 1899 and 1901 in English; bv
The New Mexican Printing Company
Tor Sale Oilt Edge Stock.
firHITE PLYMOUTHROCK FOWLS
AddIv to Geo. W. Shoch.
MONEY'S DIGEST OF THE NEW
Mexico Reports for sale at the New
Mexican Printing Company's Office.
trice so. so delivered.
KILLED IN KANSAS. ,
And now at the Bon-Ton where you can
get them: Quail, Grouse, Prairie, Chic
kens, Ducks, Snipe, Venison. 011 and
be convinced.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggist refund the money if It falls
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box. 25c.
Votary Public, Stenographer and Type
writer. Translations
From Spanish Into English and f-dm
English into Spanish carefully in ado.
Office with U. S. Attorney for the Court
ot Private Land Claims, Federal Build.
Ing. Francisco Dei.oabo.
i . Santa Fe, N. M.
BROUGHT PROM 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. WATKINS, Stenographer; Of
fice with H. N. Wlllcox; Catron Block.
Stenography anflTTypewrltlng by piece
work.
"THEY SABB HOW."
Business Is business. Every fellow
to hla 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.
: Land Sorip. - .
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 been 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
arid investments. Hugo Seaberg, Sprin
ger, N. M, . ' '. :- v. 1
i - A WARM NUMBER.. ' : '.'.S
Chile Con Came, Chile Verde,, Hot Ta
males, Enchiladas, Pasole, Temole,
FrIJoles, Menudo, and other warm pro
positions, at the Bon-Ton. '
Old papers for sale at this office.
THE SflHTH FE
v lipOH HOUSE
; South Side of Plaia
We handle nothing but what Is
.. flrst-claes In the Liquor Line,
CALIFORNIA AND
IMPORTED WINES
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
We deliver any goods bought of
us to any part of the city and
. Special Attention Is given to
Family and Mail Orders, i'ou
- will And our service first-class.
f SFOXtQE OlSflU STORE)
I , Sntkirt Will FlaiClfimid Ti- I
hoot Ii SiK Thiir Titfi it
TWi EtiiklltkMit - -
eut r at of run turn Ft, e n.
W. T. EATER, Pr.sri.tsr.
W A I
AND MISCELLANEOUS ADS-
I ii i.ii i m
Ireland's
Headquarter's For
Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars.
iTHE OLDEST DRUG HOUSE IN SANTA FE.
All Kinds of
Designs in.
Filigree Fob Chains,
Filigree Neck Chains,
Filigree Souvenir Spoons i
Filigree Brooch Pins.
Filigree Bracelets, -Filigree
Card Cases,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
,. f r -
j
How About Cigars?
We have Ihe leading brands such as:
CHIL0S, FONTELLA, OWL, J. F. P0RTUAND0, SIGHT DRAFT AND
OTHERS IN 5 CENT GOODS. THE TOM MOORE, GEN. ARTHUR,
PREFERENCIA, EL SI0ELLO, OLD STATESMAN, CHANCELLOR, AND
OTHERS IN 10 CENT GOODS. SANCHEZ y HAYA'S KEY WEST
GOODS, PORTO RICO CIGARS, MANILLA AND OTHERS TOO NUM.
ER0US TO MENTION x x x x x x x x x x x x x " ;
If You Wan a PERFECT SMOKE, Not TOO DRY nor TOO
MOIST Try Our Cigars.
CI 6 A RE TTES AND TOBACCO
FISHER DRUG C0P(PAVY
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 Cheese, Salted Peanuts.
I(. S. IAUjUE r CO., Grocers
TsiiBFaoira 26.'
UBP TOCp . . ...
FLOUR, HAY.
WHOLESALE
and
RETAIL
EALER IN -
SALT
Only Exclusive Grain House in Cltv '
BOWLING ALLEY NEV
J. H. Parrott has the lead In : three
successive games with an average
score of 159 1-3. ; : 1
The highest score for the week was
3; 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
bettor. Tou gain In health more than '
you lose in wealth. Health is wealth.
C. W. DILTS,
GOLD'S OLD GOVin SHOP
BASKETS
BLANKETS
POTTERY
Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty,
SAN FRANCISCO ST., CONNER BURRO ALLEY.
Pharaiacy
A Full Line of.
DIAMONDS,
WATCHES,
SILVERWARE,
CLOCKS
JEWEL!
ETC., E
Manufacturer of Mex
ican Filigree Jewelry.
South Side Plaza Santa Fe
SMOKED
Finan Haddle
White Fish
Salmon
Halibut
Herring
POTATOES,
J
afd SEEDS
Ladles' afternoon was well 'attended.
All present had a good time. Bowling 1
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. 26, is -free
for you. No gentleman without
lady partner admitted.. l
Dld youever try bowling? There is
no more healthful and pteaatag exer
cise, The old and young-, male and fe
male, enjoy it Try it onoe and you will
again. ' ' '
Proprietor.
ESTABLISHED 1869.
ABE GOLD, Proprietor. :
MulMiliHf IstiHiOHlirJh
INDIAN
MEXICAN
CURIOS ;
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