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SANTA JfK NEW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, N.M. SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1907. 1 CANDY TELEPHONE NUMBER 4h We will send otit a box Boy will come on a ran Jtst say what kind yot pfefet Htiylets of Ctinthe's. THEE IRELAND FTSUlTHSLJOIT GOCES, BAIEIS, BUTCHERS! CARTWRIGHT.DAVIS CO. No. 250 San Francisco Street, rocery Telephone No. 4. Meat Market Telephone No. 40. RIPE OLIVES We have a fresh Rhlpment of Ripe Olives. There are two grades. Both are of fine quality, differing mainly as to size of fruit. 1-gallon cans, large size $1.75 1-gallon cans, medium size 1.25 Trial cans, large size 15 21-ounce cans, large size 40 OLIVE OIL California Olive Oil is pure, of fine flavor, and the best that can be had for either medicinal or table use. We have it in bottles at 25c, 50c and $1.00. Also in half-gallon cans at $1.75. Our Tomaso Moro brand of Italian Olive Oil Is guaranteed to be pure and of excellent quality. Quart cans $ -85 Gallon cans 2.75 MISSION MACARONI. Under the Mission brand we are selling Macaroni, Vermacelli, Star Shaped Paste Short Elbow Shaped Macaroni and Chill-Mac. The latter is new and contains a small quantity of chili which gives soup a pleasant flavor. All are sold at the uniform price of 12 1-2c per package. EL CAUDILLO That Is the name of a five-cent cigar that is giving excellent satisfaction, and on which we are having a good 1 rade. Box of fifty for $2.00 Try this brand if you are not satis fied with your cigar. It 1$ a good size cigar, a free smoker and of good flavor, strictly hand-made. DR. SHOOP'S HEALTH COFFEE To those who cannot use coffee we recommend Dr. Snoop's Health Coffee. It is made of fruits ami cereals and has a flavor approximating real coffee. It contains no caffein, thein or tannin, and is perfectly harmless, while pro viding a warm, nourishing drink. Per package 25c BROMANGELON We can now furnish Bromangelon, in chocolate flavor as well as orange, strawberry, raspberry, etc. Each pack age makes a quart of delicious dessert for 10c. With nuts or fruit cut up in small pieces and added, it is much improved. ICE CREAM POWDER Jello Ice Cream Powder comes in packages. Each one will make about two quarts of good ice cream by add ing one-quart of milk or cream and milk, or can be used with canned milk. Directions on each package. Price 121 -2c APITEZO This is the iron food. It contains protein, phosphates, etc., from grains, combined with plant iron. A chem ical analysis on each package. Price 17 1-2c ROYAL SEAL OATS Royal Seal Oats are compressed and packed In hermetically sealed tin cans. Each package guaranteed by the man ufacturers. The flavor will be found very sunenor. Especially recom mended to those who want the best. Two two-pound cans 35c COAL s WOOD j Genuine Cerrillos lump, ton. $6.00 (Anthracite furnace, ton $8.75 Monero lump .. $5.75 Sawed wood, per 1,000 lbs.. $3.00 Raton lump $5.50 I Four-foot wood, per cord.... $3.50 Anthracite mixed, per ton.. $3.75 ( SOCIAL AND PERSONAL (Continued from Page Four) CAPITAL COAL YAED. OFFICE ; Garfield Ave., Nar A., T. A S. F. Depot. 'Phone No. 88. 55 DUDR0W & M0NTEINIE FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS All Kinds of Picture Framing 3I.DR0WS OFFICE BUILDING. Day 'Phone 35 Residence: Upper Palace Avenue (Amado Chaves House). Nights and Sundays. Telephone, No. 142. IT DOESN'T COST ANYTHING 1 TO COME IN AND LOOK AROUND. VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME WHKTHER THEY BUY OR NOT. The Biggest Curio Store in t&to West MEXICAN AND INDIAN WARE3 OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT BARGAIN COUNTER PRICES. ELEGANT STOCK OF NAVAJO BLANKETS AND BASKET8 JUST RECEIVED. FINEST LINE OF MEXICAN DRAWN WORK IN CITY. FIVE SOUVENIR POSTAL CARDS FOR FIVE CENTS You Can't Miss the Place J. S. CANDELARI0, THE CURIO MAN. $01 30$ tan Francisco Street Look for the Old Mexlscn Cart Ex-Governor L. Bradford Prince re turned today from a business trip to Albuquerque. The Saturday Afternoon Whist Club met today at the residence of Mrs. J. O. Schumann. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Putney, of Albu querque, ami L. H. Putney, of Atlanta, lieorgkff were arrivals today in Santa Pe, and registered at the Palace. Dr. W. It. Tipton, the well known Las Vegas physician has gone to At lantic City, New Jersey, to attend a meeting of 1 he National Medical As sociation at that point. Miss Cora Allen, a teacher in the public schools of Albuquerque, who has been a house guest for a week of Prof, and Mrs. J. E. Clark, has left for Holland, Michigan, where she will spend the remainder of her summer vacation. Her parents reside at the little city on Luke Michigan, Mrs. Charles R. Cline of Jennings, Louisiana, who has 'been spending sev eral months in Santa Fe, during which time she was domiciled at St. Vin cent's sanitarium, left yesterday on a visit to relatives and friends in Min nesota. She expects to return to San ta. Fe some time in July. Miss Frances Abbott entertained a company of young friends last night her home on the South Side. The eve ning was spent very pleasantly with various parlor games and refresh ments were served. It was midnight before the merrymakers bethought themselves of home then. Miss Gertrude Takken, of Albuquer que, a teacher in the public schools of the Duke Citv left this morning for Los Angeles, California, after a week's visit to friends in the Capital. She was the guest while here of Professor and -Mrs. J, E. Clark, at their hand some home on Don Caspar Avenue. J. D. Keenan will return next week to his homo in Chicago, Illinois, after a year spent in Santa Fe. He may decide to come back in the fall for the winter. Mr. Keenan has been resid ing at St. Vincent's Sanitarium during his sojourn in the Capital. He came here for the benefit of his health which is now completely restored. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fleming Jones, of J.hs lOruces.left that town last Mon day for an eastern visit which will be extended as far as Jamestown, Wash ington and New York. Today they are in New Orleans, Louisiana, with relatives, that city being the former home of Mrs. Fleming Jones, They will leave there for the North next week. Henry Grant, merchant and wool raiser at Abiquiu, who has spent the past winter in New York with his fam ily, arrived here yesterday forenoon from the east en route to his home. He left for Abiquiu today. Mrs. Grant and children will arrive from New York about the middle of June and join Mr. Grant at Abiquiu, where they will spend the summer. Don H. Kedzie, the bright and versatile editor of the Lordsburg Western Liberal is east on a vacation with relatives in Michigan. Yester day he was at Lansing, Michigan, where he attended the anniversary of the Agricultural College of that state of which he is one of the first gradu ates. He also listened to the Presi dent's speech on that occasion. He will be absent from home a full month. ' iFerdinand A. Barthels, of East Las Vegas, secretary and treasurer of the Las Vegas Railway and Power Com pany, will be married on Wednesday next at St. Louis, Missouri. His bride will be Miss Edna Jordan, who is spoken of as a society belle of St. Louis. The young couple will make their home in the Meadow City. Mr. Barthels is a brother-in-law of W. A. Buddecke, the manager of the Las Vegas. Railway and Power Company. Mrs. W. A. Skinner, wife of Dr. Skinner, veterinary surgeon connec ted with the Bureau of Animal Indus try, whose headquarters are in Santa Fe, is expected to return tomorrow after a visit of several weeks at El Paso, Fort Worth and other points in Texas. Mrs. Skinner will he accom panied here by her mother who will make her home with her in the fu ture. Dr. Skinner and family have rented apartments in Marcos Cas tillo's new house on Palace Avenue. John W. Egan, traveling representa tive of the Excelsior Stove Manufac turing Company of Quincy, Illinois, is a visitor In Santa Fe, and a guest at the Palace Hotel. He arrived in the city last evening from Las Vegas and will remain here over Sunday. He goes from here to Espanola. Mr. Egan's territory embraces the entire Southwest and he covers this itiner ary twice a year. He was formerly en gaged in the hardware business at Quincy. Dr. J. A. Massie will leave during the coming week for New York City, from whence he will sail for Liver pool, England, and thence proceed to the purpose of studying the opsonic theory for the treatment of disease which was discovered by Dr. Sir Al mon Wright, a noted specialist of the Old World. He expects to be absent about three months. The opsonic the ory Is meeting with gratifying success. It is a serum treatment which is in jected hypodermically and has been found efficacious in cases of tubercu losis. Mrs. A. M. Bergere left this fore noon with Denver as her destination. She goes there to attend the com mencement exercises at Wolfe Hall, which will be held next week begin ning with the baccalaureate address to morrow. Miss Anita Luna Bergere is a member of the graduating class. Mr, Bergere will join his wife and daugh ter next week In Denver. He was un able to leave today on account of pressing business. From Denver he will go to Tierra Amarilla where the district court of Rio Arriba County will convene on Monday, June ,j. Mrs. Bergere and Miss Bergere will return at once to Santa Fe. J. H. Brinkerhoff, Assistant Super intendent of the New. Mexico Division of the Denver and Rio Grande Rail road with headquarters at Alamosa, has spent most of the week in this city looking after the extensive ship ments of cattle from New Mexico and Arizona which are now going into the San Luis Valley. Mr. Brinkerhoff has been with the Denver and Rio Grande road for three years and for the past year ln his present capacity. He is a native of Kansas City and commenced railroading when a boy, under his father, a division superin tendent of the Union Pacific. He came from that road to the Denver and Rio Grande and Is making an en viable record as an efficient hard working and attentive railroad official His family consists of a wife and two children residing at Alamosa. Mrs. Brinkerhoff is also of Kansas City and both Mr. and Mrs. Brinkerhoff atten ded high school in that town together with Mrs. Frost. ' THE BIG LEAGUES. Following are results of yesterday's games in the National and American Leagues: National League. At New York: Brooklyn 3.; New York 2. Batteries: Bell, Rltter and Butler; (Ferguson and Bowerman. At Pittsburg: Pittsburg 9; Chicago 2. Batteries: Philippi and Gibson; Pfeister, Brown and Kling. At Philadelphia: Boston C; Phila delphia 3. Batteries: Lindaman and Brown; Pittinger McCloskey and Dooin. At St. Louis: St. Louis-Cincinnati game postponed on account of wet grounds. American League. At Boston: New York 4; Boston 1. Batteries Kitson and Klclnow; Win ter and Armbruster. At Chicago: Chicago 6: St. Ixntis 0. Batteries: Walsh and Sullivan; Pelty and Stephens. At Washington: -Philadelphia S; Washington 2. Batteries: Hughes, Patten and Blankenship; Plank and Schreck. At Cleveland: Detroit 2; Cleveland 1. Batteries Thielman and Clarke; Donovan and Archer. Weseern League. At Des Moines: Des Moines-Lincoln game postponed; rain. At Sioux City: Sioux City-Omaha game postponed; rain. Fifty Years the Standard vnBEARB SAtSiffi A Cream of Tartar Powder Made From Grapeo NO ALUM CHU3CH ANNOUNCEMENTS. OFFICIAL MATTERS. New Messenger at the Executive Office. Acting Governor Raynolds has ap pointed John R, McFie, Jr., to be a messenger in the executive office to succeed Elmer Marsh, who ihas re signed and accepted a position as clerk in the IJ. 'S. Indian Training School under Superintendent Clinton J. Crandall. New Commissioner for Gaudalupe County. Acting Governor J. W. Raynolds has announced the appointment, of Ricardo Chaves, of Puerto de Luna. Gaudaluipe County, to be county com missioner of that county to fill the va cancy caused by the recent death of Cirilio Delgado who was elected to that office last November and lncum bent of the same until his demise. Delegates to Public Lands Convention Acting Governor James W. Ray nobis today made tne tollowlns ap pointments as delegates from New Mexico to the public lands convention called 'by the Governor of Colorado, which will Ibe held in Denver, com mencing June 18th and running June 19th and 20th: Robert P. Ervien, Santa Fe, A. A. Keen, Albuquerque, Venceslao Jaramillo, El Rito; Ralph C. Ely, Doming; George F. Tracy, Carlsbad; William McKean,' Taos; John E. Griffith, Socorro; w. E. Und- Cathedral. First mass at 0:30 a. m. At 9:30 a. m., solemnity of Corpus Christt. Solemn mass with deacon and sub deacon, with the Cathedral choir and procession. Church of the Holy Faith (Episcopal). Rev. W. R. Dye in charge, First Sunday after Trinity. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Morning service with sermon and Holy Communion at U o'clock. Evening pra;"er at 5 o'clock. Seats free. All cordially invited. Methodist. E. C. Anderson, pastor. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. in. Ep worth League at 7 p. m. Preaching at 7:45 p. m. First Presbyterian. Warren Eugene Shirey, acting pas tor. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor at G:45 p. m. Evening worship at 7:45 p. in. Ail are welcome. , THE G0H0HHDO BESTflUBBNT G, L. Herrera, Prop. Sunday Dinner. SOUP: Chicken a la Cream, Young Onions. MEATS: Roast Beef, Roast Chicken with Dressing. ENTREES: Rice Fritters with Wine Sauce. VEGETABLES: Mashed Potatoes, Stewed Tomatoes, Sugar Corn and Cream. DESSERT: Lemon Pie. Pineapple Ice Cream. Tea. Coffee. Ice Tea. NOTICE. Santa Fe, N. M., June 1, 1907. To the Public: It is with some feeling of regret that we announce to our many friends the relinquishment of our Interest in the general Insurance business con ducted by us for the past fourteeu months. The business has been pur chased by Mr. J. W. Mayes, whom we cheerfully present to your notice, and recommend him for a continuance of your confidence and patronage. Mr. Mayes is well known in this commun ity and it is not necessary for us to assure you that any business trans acted with him will receive prompt and 'careful attention. We take this opportunity to sin cerely thank you for your patronage in the past, with kindest regards, we subscribe ourselves. Respectfully, CARL A. BISHOP & CO. The New Mexican Printing Company has on hani a large eupply of pads and tablets suitable for school worn, the desk, and also for ltwyeri and merchants; good anywhere We will sell them at nve centg ln book form, Subscribe for the New Mexican. cJTWEET ME AT CLARK'S BILLIARD AND POOL PARLORS Choice -Ine of CIGARS AND TOBACCO AT THE PLAZA EAST SU E Best place to spend the evening in Santa Fe. PLAY POOL AT PLEASURE. TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION PAYS DEATH BENEFIT With "commendable promptness a check for $70 made payable to F. P. Sturges, president, and John Howland, secretary, of No. 405, International Typographical Union, was received yesterday In payment of the death benefit of the late Antonio Alarid, who was a member of the organiza tion in this city. The check was cashed at once and the money turned over to the family of the deceased. A similar mortuary benefit is paid upon the death cf any printer in good stand ing in the union. i nrs nun nmiTiniiiai & IHL ML WIAIilUM. Cor. Water St. and Qaapar Aw f SANTA FE . NEW M EX.OO. 5 MODERN APPLIANCES FOR TREATMENT OF SURGICAL CASES. - HOME COMFORTS. SKILLED PROFESSIONAL TREATMENT. TRAINED NURSES. No Tubercular Patients ad- niitted. 5 A APPLY FOR TERMS. g AWdfAr avwwar twww WkXV 3V TK .Ta."-- J. W. MAYES & COMPANY FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE AGENCY AMERICAN SURETY CO. sey, Portales; Joseph W. Bible, Han- London. He 13 going to England forover; w- c- McDorald, Carrizozo. Judicial and Fidelity Bonds Laughlin Block IaNTA FE, N. M.