SAOTA FE NEW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, N.M.
THURSDAY, JULY 11, ' 1907.
1 Come and See the Big flew Stock of BATI( and TOILET SOAPS
You Will Then lnow Why So Pjany People Bay Their Soaps of Us
THE IRELAND PHARMACY
GOCElS, BAIS, BUTCS!
(Continued from rage Four)
No. 250 San Francisco Street,
rocerv Teleohone No. 4. Meat Market Telephone No. 40.
Plenty of nice, ripe, red and lus
cious Texas Watermelons from now
Wheat Berries are puffed and baked.
They are ready to eat. May be used
In making candy, or as a breakfast
food. In packages, 10c.
We have lately received a shipment
of small Berkshire Hams. These are
genuine hickory smoked, and cut from
ENGLISH STYLE BACON.
This Breakfast Bacon is especially
sweet and nice. We think the best
we have had for a long time.
three times weekly.
We are fixed for warm weather and
to keep out the flies. Our ice box is
filled with choice cuts of Beef. We
receive express shipments of Lambs,
Mutton, etc., every day or two. Come
n and get a sample of our meat if
you are having trouble.
This fruit is scarce. We are now
receiving Canon City, Colorado stock.
Very nice, but the supply is limited.
We have secured a considerable
quantity of Bayle's Tobasco Catsup,
and Bayle's Chile Sauce at a bargain.
The usual prices is 20c, While this
lot lasts: One bottle of each, or two
bottles of either, 25c. These products
are strictly first class, piquant and ap
Have now received a fresh supply
of Prince George 5c Cigars in the long,
thin panatella shape. Fine quality,
popular shape, and free smoking quali
ties have made this cigar a leader
wherever used. The only objection is
the small profit to the dealer.
Box of fifty for $2.25
JAMS AND PRESERVES,
We have a good assortment of Jams
and Preserves. These are all labeled,
according to the new Pure Food Law.
Nothing but pure fruit and sugar is
used in making the Ferndell brand.
Pound jars, all flavors, Jam 25c
Tall jars, all kinds, Preserves 40c
Baker's Preserves, smaller jars 30c
These are also very nice and abso
lutely pure. Made of selected fruit,
Attorney A. B. Renehan left thle
morning on legal business at Taos.
He will be gone several days.
Charles II. Ingraham, cashier of the
United States Bank and Trust Com
pany, left yesterday afternoon on a
business trip to IDslancla. lie was
expected to return this evening.
Juan Duran, a miner of Silver City,
was given a preliminary hearing yes
terday before a justice of the 'peace
in that town charged with the mur
der of Ramon Vasquez. During a
fight on Saturday night last, Duran,
it is alleged, struck Vasquez over the
MONTH OF JUNE
Over $9,000 Paid to County Treasurer
Celso Lopez for Territorial, Coun
ty and City, Funds.
The following tax collections have
been made by Celso Lopez, treasurer
and ex-ofllcio collector of Santa Fe
County, for the month of June:
Territory Taxes for 1903, 8c;
190r,, 30c; 1906, ?2,G3G.09. Total,
County Taxes of 1901 and prior
j Survey fund, $1.40; delinquent tax
'fund, $199.64; Interest fund, $30.99;
collection fund, $8.19. Total, $240.22.
County Taxes of 1902, special gen
eral fund, $92.44; school fund, $46.22;
survey fund, $4.i54; interest fund,
$9.09; delinquent tax fund, $19.27. To-
head with a rock, fracturing his skull j tal. $171.50.
and causing death the next day. 'ty Taxes
Cherries are still in good supply.
Apricots now beginning and peaches
coming forward. Express shipments
Our bake shop Is now turning out a
very fine quality of bread. Flour is
much higher. Our price on bread re
mains the same. Try our Cream
Bread, 5c the loaf.
COAL s WOOD
3nulne Cerrlllos luro ton. $6.00 (Anthracite furnace, ton..... $8.75
Monero lump .". $5.75 Sawed wood, per 1,000 lbs. .$3.00
Raton lump $5.50 J Four-foot wood, per cord. ...$3.50
Anthracite mixed, per ton.. $8.75 (
The I. O. O. F. lodge at Portales,
Roosevelt County, has purchased a
building site on the main sireet of
the town and will at once let the con
tract for a handsome home to cost
Miss Carry Fauser, for some time
past, a stenographer in the office of
the Santa Fe trainmaster at San Mar
cial, was wedded a few days ago at
Tucson, Arizona, to C. C. Riley, a
Santa Fe 'brakenian. The marriage
was in the form of an elopment.
According to a special dispatch
from Roswell to the Albuquerque Ev
ening Citizen, it is currently reported
that J. J. Hagerman, the Pecos Val
ley millionaire, together with his son,
ex-Governor Herbert J. Hagerman,
will shortly leave New Mexico. The
report says that the elder Hagerman
has disposed of his Interests in the
Pecos Valley and Northeastern Rail
way to the Santa Fe system for a
million dollars. The removal of, his
son as Governor and the threatened
exposure of alleged fraudulent land
deals Is given as the reason for the
Hagerman's giving up their residence
in New Mexico. '
1907 WHEAT CROP
NOT UP TO 1906
However, Government Report Just
Issued Shows an Improvement
Over Last Month.
CAPITAL COAL TAED.
OFFICE; Garfield Av., Near i.., T. A S. F. Depot. 'Phone No. 85.
DUDR0W & M0NTEN1E
All Kinds of Picture Framing
) ID ROWS OFFICE BUILDING. Day 'Phone 35
Residence: Upper Palace Avenue (Amado Chavei House). Nights and
Sundays. Telephone, No. 142.
IT DOESN'T COST ANYTHING
TO COME IN AND LOOK AROUND. VISITORS ARE ALWAY8
WELCOME WHETHER THEY BUY OR NOT.
The Biggest Curio tore In tke West
MEXICAN AND INDIAN WARES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT
BARGAIN COUNTER PRICES. ELEGANT 8TOCK OF NAVAJO
BLANKETS AND BASKET3 JUST RECEIVED.
- FINEST LINE OF MEXICAN DRAWN WORK IN CITY.
FIVE SOUVENIR POSTAL CURDS FDR FIVE CENTS
You Can't Miss the Place
of 1902, school fund,
$!).G4; city .bonds' fund, $2.89. Total,
County Taxes of 1903, special gen
eral fund, $8(5.77;' school fund, $43.38;
interest fund, $7.88; delinquent fund,
$23.95. Total, $1(11.98.
City Taxes of 1903, school fund,
$11.97; city bonds fund, $5.99; school
bonds fund, $4.79. Total, $22.75.
County Taxes of 1904, special gen
eral fund, $51.77; school fund, $25.88;
court fund, $2.63; interest fund, $4.08;
advertising fund, $0.76, collection fund,
$2.21; delinquent tax fund, $5.57. To
City Taxes of 1904, school fund,
$2.79; city bonds fund. $1.07; school
bonds fund, $1.39. Total, $5.85.
County Taxes of 1905, special gen
eral fund, $149.25; school fund,
$74.62; jail building fnnrt, :2.02; in
terest fund, $14.68; deficiency bridge
fund, $3.6S; delinquent tax fund,
! $20.10. Total, $284.35.
City Taxes of 1905, school fund,
$21.16; water and hydrant fund,
$13.75; salary fund, $8.46; city bonds
fund, $12.70; school bonds fund, $12.70,
County Taxes of 1906, general
fund, $904.09; school fund, $361.63;
court fund, $904.09; interest fund,
$361.03; road fund, $90.41; court house
and. Jail repair fund, $271.23; jail
building fund, $542.40; judgment fund
$90.41. Total, $3,525.95.
City Taxes of 1906, general fund,
$1,173.09; school fund, $586.56; city
bonds fund, $293.27; school bonds
fund, $293.27. Total, $2,346.19.
Government Revokes License of Float
ing Pool Room on Great
Chicago, July 11. The department
of commerce and labor has ruled that
there shall be no more gambling
boats allowed to run on any of the
great lakes. This decision was reached
after an Investigation of the contro
versy between the local city officers
and the owners of the "floating pool
room" City of Travers. George H.
Uhler, inspector general of the steam
boat Inspection department, and Law
rence O. -Murray, assistant secretary
of the department of commerce, ar
rived In Chicago today to investi
gate the City of Travers case and
shortly after their arrival the license
of the boat was revoked.
APPEALS CASE TO
Counsel for Defendant Files Motion
to That Effect In Ejectment Suit
Martinez vs. Diaz.
Judge John R. McFie yesterday ren
dered a decision in favor of the plain
tiffs In the ejectment suit of Juana
Martinez et al. vs. Trinidad Diaz et
al., which was pending In the district
court of Taos County.
Attorney Benjamin M. Read cf this
city, who was counsel for the defend
ants filed a motion to perfect an ap
peal to the Territorial Supreme Court
which was granted, The allegations
for the appeal are that the decision
was contrary to law and fact.
Attorney A, B. Renehan of this city
was counsel for the plaintiffs. Mr.
Renehan went to Taos this morning
to confer with his clients.
TO CRUISE UNDER
Battleship Fleet Will Be Ready for
Any Emergency While En Route
to the Pacific.
Washington, July 11. Wuen the
American battleship fleet starts on Its
13,000 mile cruise to the Pacific ocean
it will proceed under war conditions.
The fleet will not only be constantly
prepared to meet any emergency but
will conduct maneuvers designed to
increase Its effectiveness.
CAPTAIN CURRY WILL
REACH FRISCO MONDAY
Special to the New Mexican. ,
Washington, July, 11. Telegraphic
advices received at the Bureau of In
sular Affairs at the War Department
today state that the government trans
port Logan with Captain George Cur
ry on board left Honolulu on the 9th
inst and is expected to arrive in San
Francisco harbor on the 15th inst. As
the weather Is proprltlous, Captain
Curry Is expected in Washington on
Big Chicago Concern Suffers $50,000
Loss Firemen Hurt While
VICTIM OF ASSAULT
Washington, July 11. The govern
ment crop report just Issued sll0ws ' ij-vxist' C CDV IC
the average condition of winter wheat HU lKJL LLLKrv ID
on July 1. was 78.3 as compared with
77.4 last month, 85.0 on July 1, 1906,
82.7 on July 1, 1905, and a ten years'
average of 80.4.
The average conditon of spring
wheat on July 1 was 87.2 as compared
with 88.7 last month, 91.4 on July 1,
1906, 91.0 on July 1, 1905, and a ten
year average of 88.0.
The average condition on July 1 of
spring and winter wheat combined
wiis 81.4 as compared with 87.8 on
Inly 1, 1906, and 85.8 on July 1, 1905.
The amount of wheat remaining In
the hands of farmers on July 1 is es
timated at about 85,385,000 bushels,'
equvalent to 7.5 per cent of the crop
of last. year.
The average condition of .the oats
crop on July 1 was 81.0. .
The average condition of winter rye
on July 1, was 89.7.
The acreage of potatoes, exclusive
of sweet potatoes, more than that of
last year by about 54,000 acres. The
average conditon on July 1, was 90.2.
WANTED To purchase copies of
the Session Laws of 1903 in the
Spanish language. Address the New
Mexican Printing Company.
Claud Hutto Hits J. W. Patterson Over
Head With Crutch Several
In an altercation which occurred at
noon today in the lobby of the Hotel
Claire, J. W. Patterson, the day clerk
was struck over the head with a
crutch by Claud Hutto, a stenogra
pher. A scalp wound was inflicted
which required two or three stitches
to close and Patterson's eye glasses
were broken, cutting a gash in his
According to the story told by Pat
terson, Hutto came into the hotel to
tack a sign, and asked Patterson for
a hammer. Patterson told him he
did not foave any, whereupon the hotel
clerk says (Hutto became abusive and
finally struck 'him over the head with
Patterson swore out a warrant this
afternoon charging Hutto with assault
Dr, David Knapp dressed Patter
son's wounds. j
Try a New Mexican want ad.
Chicago, July 11. Fire last night
swept through the big lumber plant
cf the Chicago Woodenware Company
at Lumber and West Twenty-second
Streets, causing a loss of about fifty
thousand dollars and for a time
threatening the whole district.
Captain Charles Chinimele and sev
en firemen were severely cut and
bruised as a result of an explosion of
Cleveland Car in Race for Glidden
Trophy Overturns, Seriously In
juring Occupants. -
Toledo, Ohio, July 11 The first ac
cident, of note on the endurance run
for the Glidden cup occurred today
when the car of George Krotis of
Cleveland, carrying his wife, J. J.
Nunan, Miss Rollins and J. E. Spoon
er, overturned about six miles west of
the city. Miss Rollins and Nunan
were, the most seriously hurt, as they
were pinioned underneath the car.
COURT REFUSES TO
GRANT SCHMITZ BAIL
San Francisco, July 11. The attor
neys for Mayor Eugene E. Schmitz
appeared before Judge Dunne and re
newed thir application for bail pend
ing the appeal to a higher court. The
application was overruled.
Santa Fe, N. M.
J. S. C
THE CURIO MAN.
S01-SM tan FranclM Strwt Ltok for th Old MmImii Cart.
f ' fastis ,J
MONEYS AND METALS
Xew York, July 11. Lead dull
5.15(Ti5.25. Copper unsettled 21.871-2
New York, JJnly 11. Prime mer
cantile 5 1-2 6. Money on call
strong, 2 1-2 7 1-2.
St. Louis, July 11. Spelter weak,
CLOSING MARKET REPORT.
Atchison, 89 3-4; pfd., 921-4.
New York Central, 112.
Pennsylvania, 121 5-8.
Southern Pacific, 77 3-4'.
Union Pacific, 1361-8; pfd, 83t-2.
, Copper, 87 3-8,
Steel, 35 3-4; pfd., 991-4.
GRAIN, LARD, PORK AND RIBS,
Chicago, July 11. Wheat July
90; Sept. 93 3-8.
Corn July 531-4; Sept. 54 1-8.
Oats July 43 3-8; Sept. 38 3-4.
Pork July $16.10; Sept.. $16.25.
Lard July $8.77 1-2; Sept. $8.95.
Ribs July $8.45; Sept. $8,621-2.
St. Louis, July 11. Wool steady and
Kansas City, July 11. Cattle 'Re
ceipts 5,000, steady to shade lower;
southern steers $3.755; southern
cows $2.253.50; stackers and feed
ers $3.255; bulls $2.754.7o; calves
$46.75; western fed steers $4.25
5.50; western fed cows $2.75ff4.50.
Sheep Receipts 3,000, steady;
muttons $4.756; lambs $77.75;
range wethers $4.50fa 5.90; fed ewes
Chicago, July 11. Cattle Receipts
6,500, steady to shade lower; beeves
$4.75 7.30; cows $1.7505,30; heifers
$2.60(f 5.70; good to prime steers $'.80
7.30; poor to medium $4.755.75;
stackers and feeders $2.905.25.
Sheep Receipts 12,000, weak to
shade lower; western $3.75S,90;
yearlings $6:6,60; lambs and western
$5.507.50. ' : ;
Omaha, Neb., July 11. Cattle Re
ceipts 2,30 steady; western steers
$3.755.60; Texas steers $i4.40;
cows and heifers $2.504.65; canners
$2.253.25; stackers and feeders $3ft)
5; calves $3.256.25; bulls $33.50.
Sheep Receipts 6,500 steady; year
lings $5.406.15; wethers $4.805.80;
ewes $4.505.40; lambs $C7.25.
Blank Butchers' Shipping Certifi
cates for sale by th9 New Mexican
Should not forget to take a dozen or
so "of Letup's Falstaff Beer pints or
quarts. Tin Ice packers furnished at
Telephone 94. THE CLUB.
SODA WATER !
Any Flavor You Desire.
We will deliver .Soda Water in any
quantity to any part of the city.
CITY BOTTLING WORKS,
Telephone No. 38.
OPENS, 8EPTEMBER 3, 1907.
DR. DIAZ' SANITARIUM, f
Cor. Water St. sod Caspar' g
SANTA FE NEW MEX.CO. 5
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