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SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1907.
SANTA' SEW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, Nf. XL PAGE THREE The New Mexican. Printing Company has prepared civil and criminal dock ets eapeclallv for the use of Justice of the peace. They are especial:; ruled, with printed headings, In elthe Spanish or English, made of good rec ord paper, strongly and durably bound with leather back and covers and can vas, sides, have full Index In front and the tees of justices of the peace and constables printed In full on the first page. The pages are 10x6 IncheB. These books are made up n civil and criminal dockets, separate of 82 pages each, or with both civil and criminal bound In one book, SO pages civil and 320 pages criminal. To In troduce them they are ottered at the following low prices: Civil or criminal 12.76 Combined civil and criminal. ...$4.90 For 45 nentB additional for a single docket, or 65 cents additional for a combination docket, hey will be sent by mall or prepaid express. Casi In full must accompany order. State plainly whether English or Spanish printed heading Is wanted. MAKES WORK EASIER. Herewith are some "Bargains offered by the New Mexican Printing Com pany: Code of Civil Procedure of the Territory of New Mexico, 1897, sheep bound, fl; paper boun l, 75c; Mlseourl Pleading fo.-ms, JS; Missouri Code Pleadings, U; the two for (10; Adapt ed to New Mexico Code, Laws of New Mexico, 1899, 1901, and 1903, English and Spanish pampb'Pt, $2.25; full leather, $3; Sheri .'s Flexible-Cover Pocket Docke,, single, $1.25; two or, more Looks, $1 each; New Mexico Su preme Court Report3, Nos. 3 to 10, In clusive $3.30 oach; Compilation Cor poration Laws 75c; Compilation Min ing Laws, 50c; Money's Digest of New Mexico Reports, full sheep, $6.60; full list school blanks. Santa Fe People Are Pleased to Learn How it Is Done. It's pretty hard to attend to duties With a Constantly aching back; With annoying urinary disorders. Doan's Kidney Pills make work easier. They cure backache. They cure every kidney 111. Lino Romero, living at Palace Ave., Santa Fe, N. M., says: "I know 'that Doan's Kidney Pills are all right and act Just as represented. If I had not been confident of this fact no induce ment could have led me to give my recommendation to this medicine as I fad -some five years ago. I then stated that this remedy which I pro cured at Ireland's drug store, has cured me of a dull aching . in the small of my back which had bothered me oft and on for a long time, and had 'by spells been the cause of my laying off from work. During, the lapse of years I have now and then noticed a slight return of the annoy ance, but never one that has with stood Doan's Kidney Pills. They go right to the seat of the trouble and remove it quickly and thoroughly The good opinion I flrat formed of Doan's Kidney Pills still remains and always will." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. t Remember the name Doan's fl.nd take no other. CITY OF 8UIID The Noble Project of Queen Elizabeth Over Thirty Thousand Who Cannot See to Be Benefited. The New Mexican Printing Company has on band a large supply of pads and tablets suitable for school work, the desk, and also for lawyers and merchants; good anywhere. We will sell them at flv cents In book form, NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE ROSWBLL, KBW UB1HX). THE MILITARY SCHOOL OF NEW MEXICO Established and Supported by the Territory. BIGHT MEN INSTRUCTORS, all graduates of Standard Eastern Collegas. New buildings, .all furnishings andequlpmantslmodern and com plete; iteam-heated, electric-lighted, baths, water-works, all conveniences. TUITION, BOARD Rod LAUNDRY, t30 per session, three terras of thlrteon weeks each. Session Is ROSWELL Is a noted health resort, 1,700 feet above ea-level; well watered. Sunshine j7ory day from September to June. 1 REOENT8-Nathan Jaffa, W M Bead, W. M. Atkinson, W. A. Flnlay and E. A. Cahoon For particulars uddrets COL. J. W. WILLSCN, Supt. 0J0 CAUEJilTE I0T SPRINGS. These Celebrated Hot Springs are located in the midst of the Ancient Cliff Dwellers, twenty-five miles west of Taos, and fifty miles north of Santa Fe, and about twelve miles from Bar anca Station, on the Denver & Rio Grande Railway, frora which point a dally line of stages runs to the springs. The temperature of these waters Is from 90 to 122 degrees. The gases are carbonic. Altitude, 6,000 feet. Climate very dry and delightful the year round. There is now a commodious hotel for the convenience of invalids, and tourists. People suffering with consumption, cancer, and other con tagious diseases, are not accepted. These waters contain 1,686.24 grains of alkaline salts to the gallon, being ta richest alkaline Hot Springs In the world. The efficacy of these wat ers has been thoroughly tested by the miraculous cures attested to in the following diseases: Paralysis, Rhea matisin, Neuralgia, Malaria, Brlght's Disease of the Kidneys, Syphilitic and Mercurial Affections, gmfula, Catarrh, La Grippe, all Femal C mplaints, etc etc. Board, lodging Uad bathing $2.60 per day; $15 per weak; $50 per month. Stage meets Denver trains and waits for Santa Fe train upon re quest. This retort is attractive at all seasons and is open all winter. Pas sengers for O,o Callente can leave Santa Fe at 9, a. m., and reach Ojo Callente at 4 p. m. the same day. Fare for round trip from Santa Fe to Ojo Caliente, $7.40. For further par ticulars, address ANTONIO JOSEPH, Proprietor. Ojo Callente. Taos County, N .M H. C. Yontz dealer in Watches; Clods. Jewelry and Hani Painted China. MANUFACTURER OF rjexicao Filigree Repair of Fine Watches and Jewelry Work a Specialty. Navaho Rugs (and In dlan Goods. Filigree at Wholesale and Retail. 246 San Francisco St Santa Fe, N. M. OUR PLAGE OTTO RETSCH, Proprietor. PABST'S BLUE RIBBON TAe Beer of Quality. ANY QUANTITYFROM A PINT UP. Fine Vines, Liquors and cigars. WEST SIDE OF PLAZA i i SANTA FE, N. M IN M I 0 HELP UNFORTUNATES J. W. Al AYES & COMPANY FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE AGENCY AMERICAN SURETY CO. Surety Bonds ' , Judicial and Fidelity Bonds Laughlln Block SANTA FE, N; M. Queen Elizabeth of Roumania has ta ken special interest in the condition of the thousands of blind, men, women and children in her country. It Is re ported that there are over 301000 most ly adults and that there number is in creasing at an alarming rate. The Queen who is an old woman, of supe rior Intellect and attainments has tak en up the cause of these unfortunates and has inaugurated a system by which they will become educated and many of them will bo self supporting. The funds for this great undertaking are received by the Queen from chari tably inclined persons all over Europe and in this country. It is greatly gratifying to record that the donations are liberal and constantly Increasing. The plans of Queen Elizabeth are fully set forth In the following Inter esting letter received some weeks ago by S. H. Gill, the efficient and hard working superintendent of the New Mexico Institute for the Blind located at Alamogordo, Otero County, and which now has thirty blind children as Inmates. The institution although young has already done good -work and bids fair to be one of the 'most valuable of the kind in the country. The letter is signed by the Queen's private secretary and is remarkably' fine in language, in diction and thought expression Queen Elizabeth has Inaugurated a city for the blind which in the Rou mania language Is called Vatra Lumi- noese, which in English means the Luminous Hearth. The Idea outling the Queen's action is one of the nob lest and greatest ever conceived1 and carried out by 'human mind. The Queen's work is of the highest and loftiest character of true benevolence, human kindness and a humane fellow feeling. That this most interesting and intensely .beneficial and greatly laudable plan shall be carried out in a country which by Americans is con sidered as but seml-clvllized and amongst a people generally under stood to be backward in the spirit of progress Is astonishing and certainly of the greatest possible honor and highest credit to Queen Elizabeth and her helpers. The letter reads: The Letter. Vatra Lumlnoese; Bucarest, Rouman ia, Europe. To Mr. Gill, Superintendent of the New Mexico Institute for the Blind, New Mexico, TJ. S. A. Dear sir, dear brother, I may say, for it is the blind secretary of Her Majesty, the Queen of Roumania who byroyal orders, will answer your interesting letter just received. Her majesty commands me to thank you for your letter, -which has inter ested Her much, as does everything connected with the blind. And Her Majesty sends you her sincere wishes for the usccess of the school you have undertaken. ' You have but nineteen pupils, but I think that a great number, unless the percentage of blind in your state is large, which . I trust is not the case. You speak of the parents' reluctance in parting with their children, and I think that most natural, and so does Her Majesty, and it has been the fundamental reason of Her Ma jesty's idea of founding in our coun try the City for the Blind, Vatra Lum; inoese, being -its name, which when translated Into English means Lum inous Hearth. '". Our city is just to obviate the pain of separation between": parents and children, and. between husband and wife. In It the blind and seeing will dwell " together helping , 'and teaching each other. Thus the extra agony of separation wljl not be added to the already heavy cross of darkness, schools, asylums, etc., would be of no use to us here for the greater part of the thirty thousand blind are adults most of them' fathers of families, who have been blinded by terrible oph thalmla, which seized whole regiments and the men . on returning home spread It among the villagers. For years iher majesty, whose heart is of a nature so rare, hat few can Imagine its susceptibility, for the suf ferings of others has been working and thinking night and day for years, the ways and means to alleviate the evil, and at last In the year just en i ded 'she received the God Inspired Idea of the City.. As thought , and action are wiun Her Majesty even quicker than the flash and detona tlon, the work was at once set on foot and It is now though only aged seven months in full swing. To Be a Wonderful City. ,It has all been done by philanthropy, and as money Is running in, in living, which many of them have al ready done, and then they will re ceive small houses, two semi-detached two In one. The Queen proposes that cooking, washing, etc., shall be done in common so that all hand3 will be at liberty to work for the general support. A church, for Itoumanlas motto is Nihil sine deo, will find its place as also for both the blind and seeing, and the whole will fotm on- ol the wopii'jrs of the world greater than the pyramids or the hanging gardens. And when the world will see the re sult, of our dear queen's work I feel sure that many a country will follow in the wake, and found cities at least for the blind who on leaving the schools have such a difficulty in making use of their talents acquired, because they cannot sell the things they make, and make quite as well as the seeing. For it is prejudice alone that blinds the eyes of the world, and prevents It appreciating our work. All honor to your employes, in re garding you as a wonder. It is not usual for the seeing are. finding that we can and will d6 and by finding it quite natural, Instead of regarding everything a blind man does as a miracle. You ask her majesty about the writ ing machine, which invention has come at a time so appropos, proving that the smile of God is on her majes ty's work. It Is a small machine, which can do collosal work and produce books at a very quick and cheap rate. The in vention was made In her majesty's own palace, under her eyes, which watched its progress day by day, and whose smile encouraged the inventors. The first idea" vas given by a blind printer , whom the queen protected, and it was worked out and brought to perfection by a young German in the queen's service as a kind of secretary and man of confidence. The printing machine called after the printer, the Teordorescu, Is now ready for export and patented in America and all the countries of Europe. Work of the Writing Machln? The machine prints by means of type set in steel plates as in ordinary printing only forming Braille letters. The plates have twenty-eight and in each thirty-five fields, so you can im agine it is the size of an ordinary Braille book. It can also be made to prjnt the New York Point, and Illus trate books with figures of men and things. It is a great delight to Her Majesty for it will further her design of enabling the Blind to use their brains to their full power. Indeed it is the queen's firm idea that the blind are far more gifted mentally than the seeing from the fact that they can concentrate their thoughts. The ma chine will do more. It will open a new employment for the blind, who can sell their books or exchange them for others; thus the whole range of litera ture and science will be opened to the hitherto neglected geniuses, who have been condemned to make chairs, bas: kets, brushes, etc. Shut them up in a big house, very beautiful outside for the seeing to gaze at, feed them often very badly, teach them to work at things which were dl-tasteful to them and which, when sold, were given at lower price than worse things made by the seeing eye. All that the Teodorescu will change, and armed with books for missiles the blind marching under the banner of "Ellsateta of Roumania," can fight the world and come out victorious from the mental combat. The machine is moreover very cheap, only three hun dred francs (not a. hundred dollars), and it can be paid for In small sums when the purchaser has a good rec-commendation. Machine a God-Send to the Blind. ivery .institution snouia nave one or two or more, first to make Its own library and then to make books for sale, and thousands of hungering blind are waiting for an opportunity of sat isrying their keen appetites. And when a machine is impossible for one person how easy for, several blind to club together and have one to work In common. Where there is a will there is a way, and Que.en Elizabeth has shown you what a will can do where the heart Is, as the Germans say, on the right spot. Certainly , dear brother, I should advise you- to send for one" of our Teodorescu at once' It costs three hundred francs from the Vatra, of course carriage and duty will be your extra The machine is small enough and elegant enough not to be an eye sore in any drawing-room or bufior. Her majesty has one in hers. You will probably hear much more of the City for the Blind and the Teo dorescu in the coming months, as a lady friend of her majesty's, a Mrs. Wlaker Fearn, widow of the American minister to Roumania Bome years ago nas just arrived at Washington and Intends to make a tour of many if not I Z 7 I tea Xt QSautaFe' S " 0 Las Vegas tl Ps Vr , Santu Rosa f P IP f Q 3 l m IL i: f i g. f, , Vlamos;ordo I; A f e scwosx xxxxx xxxxs XXXX sxxxx xxxxx KXXX xxxxx (Continued on Page Seven) 5 $10 SINGERS $10 Voa Sali SEWING MACHINES J : (Sbcokd Hard) PRICE SIO : CallBarlyAt most remarkably way, this year will see a great development In the life of ft our blind, First they 'have to learn ft to earn their own, and their families S X 38 MB TI STUDY THE MAP- The natural point on the new A., T. & S. F. t Cut-off for the distribu tlon of freight, having the advantage of the easy gra.ies and short rmj! to the East and West, and direct com muuication with all points in the Territory. . Wholesale houses are coming to W lllard as soon as the Cut-off Is open Surrounded by a fine farming coun try. The purest water In New Mexi co. The geographical center of Tor ranee County and of New Mexico The water point on the great A., T. & S. F. short line through New Mexl. Willard is a growing town. Willi ard will make r City. Study the Mar Your opportunity Is there. For Information, call on or address 1 JOHN W. CORBETT, OR W. M. TAYLOR. WILLARD, N. M. 8 Santa Fe Livery Stable THEODORE CORRICK Proprietor. BOARD 6 STABLE FIR8T-CLAS8 CARRIAGE 8ERVTCE GOOD 8ADDLE HOR8E8 FINE R1G8 J Jt PHONE 132. 120 SAN FRANCISCO ST. XJtXSXXXXXXXXX3AX3 ADOLPH SELIGMAN Special Summer Sale of LADIES FUSLIfJ UJJDERVEAR White Goods, Laces and Embroideries. ADOLPH SELIGMAN tr7 Ian Francis Streat ... i. Mat igi dtilm (lam ail twigs Blahkata, Baskets, Rag, Wax,. Feather and Linen Drawn Work, Opals, Turquoise, Garneta and Other Gem. OUR MOTTO: .To Have the Beat of Everything In Our Lin. "A SPECIAL" For sick folks. Your ' attention is called to the fact that our whiskey is bought in bond and purity Is abso lutely guaranteed. Telephone 94. THE CLUB. Blank certificates of births and deaths required to be furnished by physicians, midwives, nurses and other attendants at such occurrences, for sale at the New Mexican Printing Of fice. Low rates and in quantities to suit. Either tn the English or Span ish languages. All orders will re ceive prompt attention The New Mexican Printing Company la prepared to do the best of brier work In abort order and at very reas onable rates. Lawyers, who desire to . have their briefs printed rapidly and correctly and to present them to the Supreme Court now In lession here on time, should call on the New Mex ican Printing Company. HO FOR CLIFF DWELLERS Parties outfitting for the Cliff Dwell ings should not forgot a basket of liquid refreshments. packing. Telephone 94. No charge fov - THE CLUB. i The New Mexican Printing Company claims to do the beat printing and binding in the Territory says it makes a specialty . of .better grades of printing and binding caters particularly . people who want something a little out of the ordinary or a little .better than the average does not claim to be the cheapest in the ' Territory, but does claim that its work is always worth the pric ' asked for it, and this price is based on accurate knowledge of tha cost of material and skilled labor; communicate with the Com pany in regard to the next lot of printing. Address The New , Mexican Printing Company, Santa Fe, .N M. ,..:.