Mrs. Otoro did not receive this weok
but will bo at honjn next Thursday.
Miss Jane La Ruo arrived from Las
Vegas on Thursday and will be the
guest of Mrs, Otero for a week,
. Mrs. I. H. Rapp, of Las Vegas, who
spent a few days in the city this week,
left Friday morning for her'hoine.
On Monda evening Secretary and
Mrs. J. W. Ravnolds will give a dinner
in honor of the Misses La Uuo. of Las
B. C. Hernandez, county clerk of Rio'
Arriba county with residence at Tierra
Amarilla, is 'in the capital on official
Yesterday noon Mrs. A. B. Fall enter
tained at dinner at the Palace hotel
The table decorations were pink carna
tions and ferns and a course dinner was
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We have the leading brands such as:
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Mexican and Indian Curios
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served. The guests were Mrs, LaiiKh
Hn, Mrs. Bursiim, Mrs, Martin, Mrs.
James, Mi's. Mclvors, Mrs. Garret, Mrs.
Watson and Miss Lou Ilughas.
Representative W. H. H. Llewellyn
was a passenger for Trinidad, Colorado
last evening. Legal business Is the
cause of his visit to the Colorado town.
On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Hairoun
Informally entertained the member of
the Fifteen club in honor of Mrs. Rapp
of Las Vegas, a former member of the
.1. M. Sandoval, assessor Of liemalillo
county was in the city yesterday and
worked for the passage of the bill creat
ing Sandoval count .
Celso Haca of Santa Rosa, a leading
citizen of Guadalupe county is In the
capital. He is hero looking after legis
lative affairs of interest to his section.
Mrs. Frances Seliginan and son, Ar
thur Seligman, are expected to roturn
to Santa Fe from Philadelphia during
A Full Line of
ETC , ETC .
Manufacturer of Mex
ican Filigree Jewelry.
South Side Plaza - Santa Fe
J. S. CANDELARIO, Prop
Retail Dealers In
: : SANTA FE, N. M.
the coining week, Ihey wilt bo accotn
panted by Mm, Fannie Briton, of Cleve
land, Ohio, aunt of Mrs. Arthur Selig
man and Mrs. VV. II. Whorry.
U. S. Bateman, Esq., of Roswoll who
ha9 been visiting tho capital during the
past three weeks attending to legal and
legislative business left last night for his
Invitations have been issued by A. M.
Bergere Esq., for a Smoker 'at the
Bergere residence on Tuesday evening.
About thirty guests have been asked.
Mrs. Henry L. Waldo, who has been
visiting tn Santa Fe during the past
three weeks left last evening for Kansas
City. Her visit here having proved very
C. F. Grayson, president of the Silver
City National Bank at Silver City, the
very successful and sagacious financier,
has been in the capital during the week
on business and watching legislative
matters. He left this evening for home.
Harry G. Wilson (.f Chicago, who
holds a very responsible position with
the American Book Company, arrived
In town yesterday ond is visiting friends
He will leave tomorrow evening for an
extended trip to the Republic of Mex
ico. Mrs. Arthur Seligmar. and little son
will leave tomorrow for Las Vegas
where they will be the guests of Mrs.
Charles A. Spless. They will return to
town with Hon. Arthur Seliginan who
with his mother is expected to pass Las
Vegas for this city on Monday or Tues
day. Judgo and Mrs. .1. E. McFie entertain
ed at dinner on Friday evening. The
table colors were pink and carnations
were the flowers used. There were pres
ent, Judge and Mrs. A. B. Fall, Hon.
and Mrs. V. A. Mclvers, Mrs. Mueller,
Messrs. Spless, Hawkins and Major W.
II. H. Llewellyn.
Mrs. Philip Garretson, of Denver,
Colorado, who has been here for the past
ten days In attendance on her mother,
Mrs, Stevenson, who has been seriously
111 at the residence of Mrs. James L.
Seligman on Palace avenue, left this
morning for her Colorado home. Mrs.
Stevenson is slowly improving.
Governor and Mrs. Otero gave a din
ner on Friday evening for Miss La line.
Covers were laid for twelve and the
round table was dressed in pink. Those
present were Miss Nina Otero, Mrs.
Finkblne, Secretary and Mrs Raynolds,
Mr. Levi A. Hughes, Mr. Fleming, Mr.
Metzgerand Mr. Morgan 0, Llewellyn.
A. R. Glbsou loft on Thursday for
California. He will first go to San Fran
cisco and then to San Diego where he
will remain some weeks studying the
method of conducting the tent city at
Coranado Beech and informing himself
fully of what Is necessary in that line in
order to use the information thus gain
ed In tho management of Sunmount and
tho tent city addition located one mile
east of town.
Mrs. Charles A. Spless, of Las Vegas,
and Mrs. J. Van Hon ton, of Raton, who
were In the capital this week and were
the recipients of much social attention
during their stay, left last night for Al
buqucrquo, where they will visit Mrs.
Neustadt, roturning home on Sunday
morning. These ladies have many good
friends in Santa Fe and are very popular
and well liked hore. .
Secretary and Mrs. J. W. Raynolds
gave a dinner in honor of Councll
ma nand Mrs. Spless on Thursday even
ing. ' Tho table decorations" wore
crysanthemums and suiilax. The
guests were Governor and Mrs. Otero,
Hon. and Mrs. C. A. Spiess, Dr. and
Mrs, Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rene
han, Mrs. Van Honton of Raton, Mrs.
Finkblne, Mr. Fleming and Mr. Gort
ner. Colonel R. M. Fcree, president and
manager of the Arizona-Colorado Cop
per Belt and Mold Mining und Milling
Company, left this evening for Globe,
Arl.ona to resume his duties in connec
tion with tie properties which he man
ages. The force of men now at work
will bo doubled and extensive improve
ments will bo made this Spring. Colonel
Force fools that before long there will
be rich returns from the mines owned
by his company.
Professor Arthur Goss, professor of
Chemistry at the College of Agriculture
and Mechanic Arts at Mesilla Park, has
received a call from Senator Bcveridge's
state, Indiana. The position ol state
chemist and director of the Agriculture
Experiment station has been ottered
him. Professor Goss will accept, as the
position is a very important one and i
considered a promotion. He has been
ten years at the Mesilla Park College,
has rendered very efficient service and
has made his splendid reputation in the
Territory, which senator fie vena go ae
scribes as being absolutely "unfit to live
in." The New Mexican is informed that
the collegu authorities regret the de
parture of Prosessor Goss exceedingly
but naturally tbey cannot stand in the
way of his advance the people of tho en
tire territory also regret that he goes to
Indiana although tho latter state seems
to be in need 01 ".New Mexico good
men." The Indiana Agriculture ox perl
ment station Is located at La Fayette
wuero ruruue university is also situar
ed Professor Goss is an Honor graduate
ot that university.
Cathedral Second Sunday in Lent,
March 8, 1903: First mass at 7 a. m.;
second mass at 0:30, sermon In English;
third mass at 10:30, sermon In Spanish.
At 7 p. m., sermon in Spanish.
Guadalupe Church. Second Sunday In
Lent: There will be two masses, the
first at 7 a. tn., the second at 9:30 a. m.
Vespers and Benediction of the Blessed
Sacrament at 0:30 p. m.
Services as follows at the Presbyterian
Church: At 9:45 a. in., Sabbath-school;
11 a. m., sermon by the Rev. C. E. B.
Ward, of Colorado; 6:45 p. m., Y. P. S.
E.; 7:45, evening service, sermon by
Pastor on "The First Moment After
Death." Everybody welcome. W. Hayes
Church of the Holy Faith (Episcopal),
Rev. W. R. Dye In charge. 3d Sun
day in Lent. Sunday-school at 9:45 a.
: morning service with sermon Dy
Bishop Kendrlck and holy communion
11 o'clock; evening service with con
firmation and address by Bishop Ken
drlck at 4:30 o'clock. Lenten services
during the week as follows: Evening
prayer with address, Monday, Tuesday,
and Thursday, at 1:30 o'clock; Litany,
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock; even-
nir prayer with lecture Friday at 7:30
o'clock. Public cordially Invited to at
tend all these services.
St. Johns M. E. church, San Francis
co street: Sunday school at 10 a. m.;
Divine services at 11 a. tn. and 7:30 p.
in. Tho pastor will preach in the morn'
ng, subject, "Our Experiences." Junior
League, 3 p. tn.; Epworth League, 6:45
m. At night Mrs. u. w. uwen, or
ganizer of the International Sunshine
Society, will speak from the subject,
power or influence." Heats free. All
welcome. W. A. Cooper, pastor.
Seligman Bros. Co. announce that Mr.
, B. Blumenthal, representing S. L.
Galgere and Co., merchant tailors of
Chicago, will be with them Monday
next. Call and have your measure tak-
Senator Andrews was in his seat to
day, for the first time.
Nearly all of the Albuquerque dele
gation returned home last evening on
the early train.
Leonard Wood county with Santa Ko
sa as the county seat Is on the legisla
tive boards and will likely be a suc
cessful play. Railroad and townsite
forces are working for It and they will
come mighty near getting what they
The Council bill regulating district
attorney districts and to increase their
number, passed the house yesterday
morning with a slight amendment. It
is a good measure in the Interest of the
better and more economical administra
tion of justice. Representative W. H. H.
Llewellyn and Representative Howard
did good work in pushing It through.
This morning there were repeated
telegrams for certified copies of the act
creating Sandoval county received from
Albuquerque. Just what has been dis
covered in it, if anything, is not known
here, but there seemed to be great anx
iety on the part of Albuquerque people
to secure certified copies of the act.
The apportionment bill is being thor
oughly and quietly discussed among the
members.' It is understood that the
northwest part of the territory will be
given Increased representation. It is
also rumored that the representation of
Valencia county will be reduced and
the representation from the southern
part of the territory will be increased.
Councilman Thomas Hughes .of Albu
querque, took the bull by the horns on
the creation of Sandoval county ' and
was not discouraged either by the with
drawal of the bill once or by its defeat
once. He bobbed up serenely with it the
third time and, as though justifying the
old adage, it went through unanimously
and it is not necessary for Mr. Hughes
to use a megaphone to hear him chuc
Albuquerque yesterday took the
House by storm and the chamber was
crowded. The first canvass of the
House failed to show enough votes to
suspend the rules to take up the San
doval county bill and hence the caucus
was called. After that it was passed
without any friction and so quickly as
to disappoint a large number of spec
tators who were present in hope of see
ing a fight.
A delegation of citizens of the town
of Santa Rosa, consisting of te. H.
Stearns, merchant; George H. Smith,
Jr., merchant, and E. R. Wright, Unit
ed States court commissioner and real
estate agent, has been in town working
for the creation of Leonard Wood coun
ty, with Santa Rosa as the county seat.
The new county to take the place of the
present county of Guadalupe. A strip
off of Valencia county, 18 miles wide Is
to be added to the new county. Con
siderable work has been done by the
delegation and the chances for the pas
sage of the bill are not at all bad. The
full text of the bill can be found on the
third page of today's Issue
James M. Hervev, Esq., a Roswell at
t.nrnnv. has hnpn strnn?lv recommended
to Governor Otoro by influential citizens
of Chaves and Eddy counties for the dis
trict attorneyship of the district com
posed of those two counties. In fact the
New Mexican is Informed that his in
dorsement is practically unanimous,
The House has a large number of bills
on the tablo for consideration and It
now looks as though night sessions w
be necessary in order to complete' all
It is reported that there are two can
ditates for appointment to the office of
district attorney for the district com
posed of Grant and Sierra counties. Re
presentatlve R. M. Turner Is one and
R. P. Barnes, a Silver City attorney, Is
the other. The Grant county repub,
llcans are somewhat divided upon the
question; a good many of them recom
mend Mr. Turner, while others includ'
ing W. H. Newcombe. chairman of the
Grant County Republican Central Com
mittee, have recommended Mr. Barnes
The appointment of a district attor
ney for the district composed of Berna
lillo, Valencia, McKInley and Sandoval
counties is an Interesting topic in Al
buquerque and In legislative circles.
Frank W. Clancy Esq,, the present
Incumbant, who has a first class record
has been recommended by many of the
leading republican citizens of the dis-
trlctt for re-appointment. E, W. Dob'
son Esq., also of Albuquerque has some
strong backing Including the Hubbell
faction. The situation is quite warm
It Is reported in legislative circles
that the appointment of district attor
ney for the district composed ot San Ml
guel, Mora, Guadalupe and Quay coun
ties will likely go to S. B. Davis, of Las
Vegas, an attorney who has office room
with Councilman C. A. Splesa. Mr. Da
vis has been recommended for the posi
tion by Chief Justice Mills, Councilman
Spiess and the Republican central com
mittees of San Miguel, Mora, Guada
lupe and Quay counties. Eusebto Cha1
eon, Las Vegas attorney and Interpre
ter for the United States court of pri
vate land claims, has alio some good
backing; but, according to reports, Mr,
Davis will get the plum, which In that
district Is worth several thouiand dollars
per aaaum. ' ' . -
The New Mexican Printing Company
has the only bindery In the territory
where first class loose leaf ledgers are
manufactured. Merchants and business
Arms, requiring such books for the
coming year, should Immediately ad
dress ttaia company and they will And
that the best work at tbe lowest prices
In the southwest wfll be done (or them
If they order from this company.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for in tho postofHce at Santa Fo, N. M
for the weok ending March 7, 1903. If
not called for within two weeks will be
sent to tho dead letter office at Wash-
Abetia, Juana 2
Davit, Florence A
Freeman, Hon D C
McDonouerh. F J
Mar Football Team
Martinea, Juan Manuel
Martinez, i J
Milliken. Dr S A
Ratcliff. Mia Charles
Kay noma. Warren
Gonsulea, Gibrarda M Stanton, Ellen
uuuerrez, r.noaiincioniaylor, k tl
Lanahore, Mr Trujillo, Pablo
Lawless, Dud Trujillo, Carmen
Levfa, Irwin A Wis, Celina
In calling, please say advertised and
glye the date.
Paul A. F. Waltkb,
The New Mexican Printing Company
nas maae arrangements with the pub
Usher of Money's Digest of the New
Mexico reports to sell same at the
auceu price ot u.50 delivered in any
pari, oi ine territory, xms price w
held good only for a limited time in or
der to reduce the stock so as to pay for
the publishing of this book. This price
is subject to withdrawal without notice.
cash to accompany each order.
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,
Certificate of Publication.
Territory of Nkw Mexico.
Insurance Department. .
For the year ending Dec. 31st, 1903,
OFFICE OF AUDITOR
; - OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.
Santa Fe, N. M.,'Feb. 10, 1903. It
hereby certified, That The Northwestern
Life and Savings Insurance Company,
corporation organized under the laws of
the state or Iowa, whose principal
flee Is located at Des Molnos, Iowa
has complied vlth all the requirements
of the laws of JNew Mexico, so far as th
said laws are applicable to said com
pany, for the year of Our Lord One
Thousand Nina Hundred and Three.
In testimony whereof, I, W. O. Sargent,
auditor of public accounts lor th
Territory of New Mexico, have hereto
set my hand and affixed my seal of
office, at tbe city of Santa be, the day
and year first above written.
(Seai) W. G. Saroent,
Auditor of Public Accounts,
that can be
BOOKS, CATALOGUES, CARDS,
BADGES, PAMPHLETS, PRICE
LISTS, LAW BRIEFS, SOCIETY
PRINTING AND COMMERCIAL
WORK RECEIVE SPECIAL AND
PROMPT ATTENNION FROM
The pew Mexican
We Have Facilities for Handling
the Largest and Most Difficult
Class of Work.
ENGRAVINGS AND ILLUSTRA
Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful
Attention From Us.
The perfect climate
Is where. ' ;." ' "
Sunny days are the rule!
Air Is dry and pure;
Good water may be had;
Temperature Is equable; and
One may live out of doors
the year round. '
That's California in a
The best train for best ,
travelers Is The
California Limited, dally,
Chicago to San Francisco,
Los Angeles and San
Visit Grand Canyon ot
Arizona, en route, now
reached by rail. . ,
"To California and Back."
"A Climatic Miracle,"
H. S. LUTZ.
;. Santa Fe, N. M.
ETTERS COPIED WHILE WRITING
THE PEN-CAR88N MANIFOLD BOOK.
Writa for description, aampfa
NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO.,.
Santa Fe, New Mexico. .
THE OLDEST DRUG
Santa Fe New Mexican
SATURDAY, MARCH 7.
AND MISCELLANEOUS ADS-
WANTED A position as governess
can teach English and German,
also music. Inquire New Mexican oflice
WANTED Two good salesmen; must
speak Spanish and fully competent
to handle trade; references required;
good wages to right parties. Apply to
B. ILFELD & CO., Albuquerque, N. M.
WANTED SEVERAL PERSONS OF CHAR
aoter and (rood reputation in each strife (one
in this county required) to represent and ad
vertiae old established wealthy businesshoueo
of solid financial standing. Salary $21.00
weekly with expenses additional, all payable
in cash each Wednesday direct from lieud of
fices. Horse and carriage furnished when
necessary. References. Enclose self-addressed
envelope. Colonial Co.,Caxton Bldg.,
GO TO DAVIS AND SPOONER, THE
sanitary plumbers, for stovo cast
ings, any make furnished at short notice.
MONEY'S DIGEST OF THE NEW
Mexico Eoports for sale at tho New
Mexican Printing Company's Office.
Price 80.50 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
Notary Publio, Stenographer and Type
From Spanish Into English and from
English into Spanish carefully made.
Office with U. S. Attorney for the Court
of Private Land Claims, Federal Build
ing. Francisco Delgado.
Santa Fe, N. M.
"THEY BABE HOW,"
Business is business. Every fellow
to his trade. Mixing drinks is our
business and our artists "sabe" bow to
mix 'em. Tou 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,
Spanish taught by competent Spanish
teacher. Fourteon years experience
Terms reasonable. Translations solicit
ed. Address J. C. Martinez, care New
A WARM NUMBER.
Chile Con Came, Chile Verde, Hot Ta-
males, Enchiladas, Pasole,' Temole,
Frijoles, Menudo, and other warm pro
positions, at the Bon-Ton.
Lamp that makes its own gas; costs
1 cent a day; no oil, wicks or chimneys;
brass lamps free for those wishing to
work for us. Pacific Gas Lamp Co.,
1236 Market St., San Francisco, Calif.
R. A." W ATKINS, Stenographer; Of
fice with H. N. Wlllcox, Catron Block.
Stenography and Typewriting by piece
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.
; Yum-Yum Pickles
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.
U. S. IAUJJE & CO., Grocers.
" TBISFSOITII S3. '
OLD'S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty,
SAN FRANCISCO ST., CORNER BURRO ALLEY.
Candy and Cigars.
HOUSE IN SANTA FE.
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
and investments. Hugo Seaberg, Sprin
ger, N. M.
The following cirrlor pigeons have
strayed from the loft ot R. L. McCance,
banded on right log, numbered as fol
lows: Nos. 100, 101, 104, 200, and 203.
Any Information or return of birds to
R. L. McCance, Santa Fo, N. M will
"Strongest la the World"
Th;E EQUITABLE LIFE
OF THE UNITED STATES
HENRY B. HYDE, ,
J& J& j&
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
J& X j&
JAS. W. ALEXANDER, President.
JAS. H. HYDE, Vice President.
EDWARD QRUNSFELD, Mgr.,
Albuquerque, N. M.
MRS. L A. HARVEY, AGENT,
SANTA FE - - NEW MEXICO
THE SMITH FE
South Side of Flasa
We handlo nothing but what la
first-class In the Liquor Line.
CALIFORNIA AND (?
J SATISFACTION GUARANTEED jjj
We deliver any goods bought of (!
us to any part of the city aiid.
Special Attention Is givon to ji
Family and Mail Orders, l'ou j
will find our service first-class. I j
Smokers Will Find Cigars and To
bacco io Suit Their Tasfa at
' This Establishment
EAST SIDE OF PLZ - SANTA FE, N.
W. T. GUYER, Proprietor.
ABE GOLD, Proprietor.
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