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SINfH Ft M WtiW THE NEW IWEX'CAH PRINTING COMPANY Entered as Second Class the Santa Fe Postofflce. matter at The New Mexican Is the oldest news paper in New Mexico. It is sent to ev ery postofflce In the territory, and has a large and growing circulation among the intelligent and progressive people of the Southwest. UNION(- RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally, per week, by carrier .25 Daily, per month, by carrier 1.00 Daily(: per month, by mail 1.00 Daily,, three months, by mail 2.00 Daily, six months, by mail. 4.00 Dally, one year, by mail 7.50 Weekly, per month 25 Weekly, per quarter 75 Weekly, six months 1.00 Weekly, per year 2.00 MONDAY, MARCH 9. Hurry up consideration and action up on the appropriation bill. It should be disposed of during the present week. As to combined statehood for New Mexico and Arizona, as they say in the sister republic to the south, quien sabe? There is talk in legislative circles of creating a new county of southern Rio Arriba and northern Santa Fe coun ties, with Espanola as the county seat. If not why not? There Is considerable shaking up of bossism in Republican party circles these days. There will be more in the future. This thing has commenced and there will be no stopping it for awhile. Fighting out strikes in the courts Is a novelty. Appeals to the law are cer tainly more In line with modern pro gress than appeals to the shot gun and an Injunction will bring less sorrow than will a call upon the national guard. But nine legislative days of the pre sent session remain. Thereafter the acts of the 35th legislative assembly will be judged by the people. What this judgment shall be depends a great deal upon what will be done during these nine days. The New Mexican believes it would help the cause of statehood were a con stitutional convention held this fall, a constitution adopted and the state tic ket voted upon November next. The present legislative assembly can pro vide for this If it will. The Czar Intends to offer Russia a constitution. Each province is to have its own elective legislature and suff rage is to be equal and universal. The Czar is starting in to make himself the greatest name of European history in the 20th century. Do away with the present exemption of $200 for each head of a family. Ev ery man owning taxable property should pay taxes thereon. No matter how small an amount of taxes a man pays, if he does so, he takes more of an Interest in political and in governmen tal affairs. If New Mexico and Arizona are to be combined as one state, the representa tion in the constitutional convention and in the legislative assembly of the new state must be based upon the act ual number of citizens in each terri tory. New Mexico will never consent to give the 120,000 people o Arizona equal standing in these matters with the 240, 0UO people within its own bor ders. To consent to such a proposition would be a crime against its own best Interest and Us own people. On Saturday last, Judge McFie sen tenced Jose Telles, who pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree, in taking feloniously and with malice afore thought, the life of Epltacio Gallegos, the Santa Fe county jailer, to death by hanging on April 3, 1903, this to take place in this city. The sentence was just and deserved. The murderer should pay the penalty for his crime. The well being of society and the good of the community demand that the sen tence as imposed by the court be car ried out. Information reaches the New Mexi can from Las Vegas that there is a strong disposition in certain sections of San Miguel county to ask for and ob tain the creation of a new county out of portions of San Miguel. Let her come, Gallagher. Too many new coun ties cannot be made as far as this pa per is concerned, provided thfr area set iff contains sufficient population and taxable wealth for the proper support of a county government, ana pro iueu that the people within such area desire it. The New Mexican's advices from Al buquerque are to the effect that much the greater part of the people of that city and of the entire second judicial district favor the reappointment of Frank W. Clancy as district attorney. He Is highly respected, an able lawyer, an honorable man and fearless in the discharge of his duties. Many letters received by this paper from prominent citizens of Albuquerque and of the dis trict, say that it would be a grievous mistake to supersede him, and the wri ters of these letters hope that Governor Otero will reappoint him. It is yet too early in New Mexico to think seriously of passing an Austral Ian ballot law. A primary election sys tem, however, might be proposed and adopted at this time. It should, how ever, be very simple and not be bur dened with too exacting provisions. New Mexico's primary and county con ventions are probably no better and no worse than are those held in many of the states of the union, but a primary election law carefully guarded would Improve the methods which have pre vnlled durlne the past 20 or 30 years here, and would certainly bring about the selection of better men for legisla tive and county offices in many cases. Give the people a primary election law. St. Louis will in June vote on the proposition to expend $6,045,000 for city Improvements. The very thought of it would make the average Santa Fe al derman stagger. Tet time was when Santa Fe was larger and more impor tant than St. Louis. What dreams of municipal greatness the expenditure of over J6.000.000 for city improvements suggests. The tax payers and property owners of the city of Santa Fe want no ex tension of the city limits. They feel and that justly that such extension would be detrimental to the best Interests of the city. It would add but little taxa ble property to it but would bring some hundreds of non-tax paying voters in the city limits. The Sunday closing local option bill which passed the House last wctk and was killed by the Council on Saturday deserved no better fate. The Sunday observance laws on the statutes should not be tampered with. Quite the re verse. If anything a more complete nil mnrA Ktrict compliance with the present Sunday law should be required A Toledo doctor announces a cure for "that tired feeling." Inoculation or hypodermic injection is the method in nnnlvine the cure. Santa Fe should try the cure, It might result in the building of new school houses and improvement all around. But then there are some cities and many people who like that tired feeling and wouldn t be cured of It for anything in the world. The House did well In passing the bill authorizing the board of education aantn u"e to issue bonds for the erection of public school buildings, While it is a purely local measure yet the entire territory has more or less In terest In the welfare of the capital. Santa Fe needs new school buildings, and that it does not have modern school buildings is a reflection not on ly upon the city but upon the entire territory. The property owners of Banta Fe are willing to tax themselves for the buildings but the financial con dition of the city and County are such and there Is such tedious amount of red tape to overcome before a bond is ' sue can be ordered through the regu lar legal channels, that a special act of the assembly is a time-saver and will make it more certain that Santa Fe will erect these much needed school houses. The Council should pass the measure promptly and place itself in line with the House in this respect. For the first time in nine years the flour mill at San Marcial is idle because not only the local wheat supply is ex hausted but no wheat can be procured from California and Colorado. But the day is coming when the Rio Grande valley will keep many more flour mills than at present. Homesteid lands in other Darts of the United States are 'becoming less and less in ex tent and the overflow population of the East and Middle West which is build ing up Oregon, Washington, Texas, Nebraska. Kansas and the Dakotas will soon turn to New Mexico and Ari zona, ana especially 10 vaneya uive Rio Grande where thousands or acres can be reclaimed cheaply with power pumps. The 57th congress has made a new record In appropriations, the billion and a half appropriations of the pre vious congress being exceeded. There were introduced during the session 17,500 bills of which only 3,918 were re ported from committee and a little over 2,000 passed. The house calendar is clearer at the close of the session than it ever has been before, only 78 bills remaining undisposed of. Fifteen mem bers of the house died during the con gress just closed. The total appro priations amounted to $1,554,108,514. The biggest appropriation was for the postofflce service $153,401,459; pensions came next with $140,000,000, the navy was given $82,000,000; the army $78,000, 000, the District of Columbia $9,000,000, and fortifications $7,000,000. The Red River Prospector gives its opinion concerning the Bureau of Im migration as follows: "It is hoped there will be no change in the membership of the Bureau of Immigration, at least, in the vice pres ident, Granville Pendleton, and the sec retary, Max. Frost. They with the heln of their able associates, have the past two years, increased the efficien cy of that department. They have ad vertised the resources of the territory to such an extent that capital has n- vested in our territory In unlimited amount and this year will see mil lions more invested in our fair terri tory. Systematic work is what counts and the good work of this board places New Mexico before the world in its true light." The bill introduced in the Council on Saturday providing that all banks havlncr on denoslt territorial funds, be required to give bonds furnished by se curity companies, is a commendable and timely measure and should be adopted. The terftory has had exper ience in this line and desires no more of the kind. The examples In the case of the failures of the Albuquerque Nat ional ank and the Taos County Bank are still in the minds of many citizens. The system of bonds required of such banks now in vogue Is absolutely inad equate and in many respects useless as the bonds are allowed to run on for years without examination and with out attention being paid to the finan cial standing of the bondsmen. There should be an immediate change and the bill alluded to above, if passed. will bring this about. i F. S DAVIS, President. S, O. CARTWRIQHT, See'y and Treat, GRBTWBIBHT-DflVIS CO, BUTCHERS BAYERS . . GROCERS . CONSOLIDATED. MEAT MARKET. 'Phone N. 49. Poor meat Is dear at any price. We furnish the best meat we can buy in corn-fed beef, mutton, lamb and veal at the lowest mice we can afford. We ship choice cuts, take care of them In- telligently in our coolers and send them out carefully wrapped so as to reach our customers in the best possible con dltion. Grocery Thone No. 4. FERNDELL, We wish to repeat what we have oft en said before, EVERYTHING packed under the Ferndell brand is the best of its knid. Ferndell corn, per can 15 Ferndell tomatoes 15 and .25 Ferndell Lima beans 20 and .25 Ferndell peas 20 and .25 Ferndell shring beans 20 and .25 Ferndell asparabus tips 30 Ferndell long white asparagus 45 Ferndell pumpkin 20 Ferndell preserves, 1 lb. extra size.. 40 Ferndell preserves, regular 2 lb 65 . These preserves are in evry respect equal to the most expensive imported. Ferndell plum pudding 35 and .65 Ferndell catsup 15, .30 and .55 Ferndell sweet potatoes 20 Ferndell sugar beets , .....25 Ferndell succotash 20 Ferndell Mocha and Java, per lb.... 40 Ferndell tea, 1 lb. package .75, 1-2 lb. 40 Ferndell salad dressing 30 BAYLE'S MUSTARD. 6 oz. jars Anchovy mustard 15 6 oz, Jars celery mustard 15 6 oz. Jars mushroom mustard 15 6 oz, jars horse radish mustard ....15 8 oz. Jars English sandwich mustard.. 15 8 oz. jars German mustard 15 . PACKAGE CANDY. Nice line dipped nuts, etc., only 10 SPECIAL. On Saturdty, March 14, we will pre sent free of charge to each customer of our meat market purchasing 25c or more, a half ounce jar of Cudahy's beef extrast. FRESH FRUIT. 1 dozen best lemons 20 1 dozen naval oranges 15 to .40 OUR BAKERY. Only the best materials go into the manufacture of our bakery products. If you want the lightest and most wholesome bread, or the most appetis. ing pies and cakes come to us. Dinner rolls, patty shells, or fancy cakes of any kind made to order on short notice. ONION SETS, bulk and package Fower and Garden Seeds. .NO. 4 BAKERY.. BOWLING ALLEY NEWS Santa Fe, N. M., March 7, 1003. Tho provious bowling record of 203 has been broken 207, 201 196, 185 and a number of scores has been mado above 150. Highest score 175 by ladles, made by Burna Dllta. Several ladios havo bowled over 100 this woek. This Is a game that is endorsed by ministers and the best people of the country. This lias been plainly demonstrated by the Donver tournauiont in tho last week Cordial invi tatlon to tho ministers and others. Como and see for yourself. Tho above scores show that the alleys have been kept in good condition. The scores wore mado by now players,, somo that had never rolled a ball before. Will rent alleys reasonably, to bowling parties. All you need is a little practice and wo will turn out some grand bowlors, Thursday, Ladies' day. C. W. DILTS, Proprietor. LED MOT... WHOLCSALI and m AIL SCALER IN FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES; ALT and SEEDS. Only Exclusive Grain House in Citv THE OXFORD CLUB Prtce List WHISKIES AND BRANDIES 2 Drinks for 10 Cents each IMPORTED WINES 2 Drinks for 10 Cents CALIFORNIA WINES 2 Drinks for 5 Cents " BOTTLED CALIFORNIA WIN BS 2 1 qt bottles for 25o " EXPORT LEMP'S BEER 2 1-qt bottles for 25o " B f UE RIBBON BEER 2 1 qt bottles for 35o 11 2 1 pt bottles for 20o " LEMP'S KEG BEER 2 of those large glasses So each CIGARS LEADING BRANDS. Dry Climate 2 for 12Hc each Kino; Coal 8 for 12c . ' Prince Kal 2 for 12Kc " Other brands 3 for 5c - - " No extra charge made for clear watet and matches. The above prices are subject to change after the 1st day of Janua'v, 1903. J. E. LACOME. Proprietor. Spring, Summer, J, Autumn, Winter, ip ANYTHING & EVERYTHING WHOLESALE & RETAIL I BLAIN'S BAZAAR J. H. BLAIN, Santa Fe. N. M. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Altof neys at Law. MAX. FROST, Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, N. M. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Office In Griffin Block. Collections and searching titles a specialty. EDWARD L. BARTLETT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Offlct in the Capitol. WILLIAM McKEAN, Attorney-at-Law. Practice in all the Courts. Taos, N. M. W. J. MCPHERSON, Attorney at law. Practices In all the courts In the territory. Santa Fe, New Mexico. WILLIAM H. H. LLEWELLYN, Attorney-at-Law, . Lai Cruces, New Mexico. District attorney for Dons Am Otero, Grant, Luna and Sierra Countloi Third Judicial District. CHAS. F. EASLET, (Late Surveyor General.) Attorney at law, Santa Fe, N. M. Land and mining business a specialty. N. B. LAUGHLIN, (Late Associate Justice, Supreme Court of New Mexico.) SANTA FE - . NEW MEXICO. E. C. ABBOTT, Attorney-at-Law. Practices In the district and supreme courts. Prompt and csreful attention given to all business. District attorney for the coustlec of Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Taos and Bar Juan, Santa Fe, N. M. EDWARD C. WADE, Attorney-at-Law. Practices In all the courts. "Mining cases and mineral patents a specialty." LAS CRUCES - - NEW MEXICO. DENTISTS DR. C. N. LORD, Office, Kahn Block, over Spitz' Jewelry Store. South Side of Plaza. C. O. HARRISON, D. D. S., Office: Over Fischer's Drug Store. On the Plaza, (Successor to Dr. Manley.) SOCIETIES Masonic. MONTEZUMA LODGE No. 1, A., F. and A. M Regular communica tlon first Monday in each mosth at Masonic Hel) at 7:t0 p. m. C. F. EASLET, W. M, F. P. CRICHTON, Secretary. BANTA FE CHAPTER. No 1, R. A. M. Regular con vocation second Monday is each month at Muomc Hal' at 7:31 p. m. MARCUS BLDODT, H. P ARTHUR SELIGMAN, Secretary. SANTA FE COMMANDBRX No. 1. IC. T. Regular con. clave fourth Monday In eacM month at Masonic Hall at 7:80 p. m. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, E. C. F. S. DAVIS, Recorder. I. O. O. 3T. SANTA FE LODGE No. 2, I. O. O. F., meets every Friday evening In Odfi Fellows' hall, San Francisco street. Vis itlng brothers welcome. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, N, A. P. HOGLE Secretary. , G. CENTENNIAL ENCAMPMENT, No. I, I O. O. F. Regular cotnmunlcatloi the second and fourth Tuesday of eacs month at Odd Fellows' hall. Vlsltlns patriarchs welcome. JOHN SEARS, Scribe. MYRTLE REBEKAH LODGE, No. I. O. O. F. Regular meeting first an" third Tuesday of each month at Odd Fellows' hall. Visiting brothers and sis ters welcome. SALLIE VANARSDALE, N. Q. LAURA DAVIS, Secretary. .A.. O. TJ. "W. GOLDEN LODGE, No. I, A. O. U. W. meets Jvery second and fourtl Wednesdays at t p. m. C, C. PIERCE, Master Workman. 'JOHN C. SEARS, Recorder. ST. OF 3P. axative Cures a CoH In One Day, i One Day, Cnpui 3 Days tft SffjCyr on every vrmf0 box. 25c seM AS LEMP'S ST. LOUIS Bran. UL KINDS OF MINERAL WAVERS. PHOWB St The trad. saDBlted from one boMle to MUtloU. KftU ordsrs promptly IIM OUADALUPB STRBET - , OAMTA F SANTA FE LODGE, No. 2, K of P.- Regular meeting every Tuesday evei in at 7:W o'clock at Castle hall. Visit ing knights given a cordial welcome. J. S. CANDELARIO, C. C, J. K. STAUFFER, K. R. S. B. F. O. SXiICB. SANTA FB LODGE, No. M0, B. P. O - E., holds its regular sessions on thtf second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. ' Visiting brothers are Invited and welcome. A. B. RENEHAN, E. R. J. B. DAVIS, Secretary. April is one of the best months in the year to visit California. Walt for colo nist rates to California points via the Santa Fe, April 1 to June 15, 1903. H. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. If it's a bilious attack, take Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain. For sale by all druggists." 30.00 TO ' v v-, MEXICO CITY AND RETURN VIA THE Mexican Central Railway On account of tho Cattlemen's Convention In ill raso, Marcn iuto, the Mexican Central Hallway will tender a rate of J30.00 to Mexico City and return. Specialmrrangemcnts have been made for the ex tension of tickets reading Into El Paso when-holders wish to take side trip to Mexico. Tickets on sale March 11th to 14th Inclusive. Limit thirty daj'9 from dto of sale. Stop-overs permltted W. P- MURDOCH, A. 0. P. A., W. S. menu Citv of Mexico Commercial Ag't El Paso MONEY TO LOAN! At the Next Regular Meeting The . MUTUAL BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Santa Fe Will Beeelve BIDS FOR LOANS H. N. WILLCOX, Secretary. Office: Catron Hlock, Up Suits. Trees! Trees! Trees! DO YOU WANT TREES? Fruit Trees! Forest Trees! Shrubbery and Strawberry Plants. Thoroughly Acclamated! Nice Clean Stock! Special tention Given to Packing and Shipping, At- SEND FOR PRICE LIST. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. GRAjflT HIVEflBUHG Proprietor. r SXStiBSdIOBPlSSintllTlBTttf f T""Tf 1ft TtTTtT1fT'?'"Tff Renovated and Refur nished Throughout Cuisine and Tflb'o Service UnexcelU-d The Palace Hotel WILLIAM VAUGHN, PROP. Large Sample Rooms for Commercial JHen. Santa Fe - New Mexico sassssssBSS8sigowwssMasesBsatjS)Sissssssssp TI(E CHAS. WAGpr FURfiiTUrE CD WE LEAD IN A A A EVERYTHING. Embalmer and Funeral Director. Claries Wagner, Practical Embalmer. Chinaware, Glassware, Picture Frames and Moldings Stoves and Ranges Frames Hade to Order Goods Sold on Easy Payments Telephone 10. San Francisco Street. Night Calls Answered fromesidence Telephone No. I. FIREPROOF, STEAM HEATED, ELECTRIC LIGHTED, CENTRALLY LOCATED. LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN THE CLAIRE HOTEL SANTA FE, N, M. American or European Plan. GEO. E.ELLIS, Owner and Proprietor. A. P. HOGLE Undertaker and Funeral Director OALISTEO STREET Ml II Mllf M iT t" r 'i iWttt- Best of Kefeence Given as an EMBALMER, Night Calls Will be Answered From CLOSSON'S.LIVERY OFFICE. Telephone No. 9. IS SS8S8SS08S R.J. PALEN, President. J. H. VAUGHN, Cashier. 1 i HENRY L. WALDO, Vice President. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO United States Designated Depositary. 0 I BOOKS AND STATIONERY, Periodicals, School BooksSchool Supplies. Stationery Sundries, Etc, K . . ... CiTHOLIC CATECHISMS AND PRAYER BOOKS IN SPANISH. SPANISH HOVELS A SPECIALTY. Books not in stock ordered at eastern prices; subscriptions taken for all periodicals JACOB WELTMER I Table M at "OUR PLACE" ' Will Be Found a Full Line of Table Wines for Family Trade. N Orders by Telephone Will Be Promptly Filled : : : : ! W. R. PRICE, Prop., Santa Fe, IN. M. P. F. HANLEY FincWincs,UQU0fSu'Ci2afs Imported and Native Wines for Mjniiy T.vIot V. OUR SPECIALTIES Old Crow, McBrayer. Qacknhiriier Rye, Taylor k,e., and Paxton, Old Jordan and Monogram. Ky., Whiskies. SAN FRANCISCO STREET SANTA FE, N. .