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JBA2TTA i'Jt NEW MEXICAN. SANTA EE. N. M. SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1907. t II GRERT SWEET nn lilil f,0 .'..'.-V"" 3 ?', I'll 'if' lit : 1 m - j -i . ISM It is not only Advertising that made the SWEET ORR TROUSERS, Famous. It is the fit, durability and the satisfaction. We carry a full line of them and they will be sold at a low price. Try a pair and you' will be convinced ixjc SOCIAL AND PERSONAL "Pf 4f Swell dressers SHOUT TAILORING Our values in woolens are unexcelled in fuel they are ike best on the mar let, and yet we arc not high-priced. If you want to he in line for the Fourth of July with the swelled and nobbiest Suit you ever owned, come iiuir. Save money by talcing advant age of this 15 per cent reduction while it lasts. NATPN SALMON THE LARGEST ASD MOST UP-TO-DATE DRY GOOLS HOUSE IN THE CITY r lone Ol T pffie H-wV WHITEi WINTER GROCERY GO. MOUSE COFFEE fve fried ffiemdil! FOR Fruits And Vegetables of All KMs in Season. V. V. BUTTER A Specialty. i S. E. Corner Plata, Santa Fe. Telephone No. 40. The Saturday afternoon Whist Club met this afternoon with Mrs. Frost at 232 Palace Avenue. Mrs. Thomas B. Catron expects to ko to Denver on Tuesday next for a short visit. Judge A. J. Abbott, special attorney lor the Pueblo Indians, will leave to morrow for Albnrmernue on official business, anil from there may take a trip to the Manzano national forest. Mrs. W. U. Chllders and daughters of Albuquerque are sojourning at the Chllders cottage on the Upper Pecos Itivor and will spend the heated term there. The Capital City Club entertained at an enjoyable dancing party on Tues day evening. The occasion was par ticipated In by the members and sev eral guests. V. S. Praeger, a leading merchant of Roswell and one of the original set tiers of Chaves County, was a guest at the Palace today. Mr. Praeger is also one of the successful sheep raisers of his section. Judge N. B. Laughlin who has been In Taos for the past ten days on le gal business connected with taking testimony in the partition suit of the Rancho del Rio Grande Land Grant, returned home this afternoon. Miss Elizabeth Foster of Las Cru- ces, who was one of the bridesmaids at the Bloom-McFie wedding yester day evening, will remain in the city for some time as a guest at the homo of Judge John R. McFie. Mrs. Frost, accompanied by her sis ter, Miss Pain of Kansas City, Mis Rourl, and Grahnie H. Frost, will leave Tuesday evening for the City of Mex ico for a ten day's visit to points of interest in the Mexican Republic. Judge and Mrs. Daniel H. McMillan, of Las Cruces, who are now touring in the East, while en route home will come here for a visit to their son, Ross McMillian, supervisor of the Pecos River, Jemez, ami Taos National For csts. Miss Katherine Patterson of Lake Forest, Illinois, was among tlie ar rivals during the week in Santa Fe. She is a guest of her brother, J. W Patterson, day clerk of the Motel Claire, and will remain here for sev eral weeks. Mrs. J. W. Bridgeman, of Buffalo, New York is expected to arrive in Santa Fe next week on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Ross McMillan, wife of Forest Supervisor McMillan. She ex pects to remain In the city three or four months. Mrs. Robert C, Prewitt has arrived in Albuquerque from Columbia, Mis souri, to be with her husband, who is a member of the firm of Prewitt and Prewitt, general agents of Colorado National Assurance Company in the Duke City. Mrs. W. M. Billings, of Pittsburg, Kansas, mother of Mrs. Don W. Luck, arrived in the Capital during the week and is a guest at the home of her daughter, 112 Johnson Street. Her young son is with her and they will remain several weeks. Harry Bowman, of Las Vegas, who was one of the ushers at the Bloom McFie nuptials, left this morning for his home in the Meadow City. Mr. Bowman is an athlete cf more than ordinary ability and holds several rec ords at the University of Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Collins of Cleve land, Ohio, have arrived in the city and expect to make Santa Fe their permanent home. Mr. Collins and Mrs. Collins have both been connect ed with newspapers In their former horns and Mrs. Collins is also a sten ographer. Miss Lucretia Whitehead of Gold en, Colorado, who has been the guest for the past few weeks of Miss Ruth Laughlin, will return to her home Monday. During her sojourn here she has been the recipient of a great deal cf social attention and is de lighted with the hospitality accorded her. Mrs. E. D. Friday and daughters Mary, Nellie and Marjorle, arrived in the city yesterday from their ranch at Moriarty. Mrs. Friday and the FREE! The 0'Neill-Jame3 Co. of Chicago, the well-known dealers In Talking Machines, has placed us In a position to give to every family who trades at our store, one of the GRAND BUSY BEE DISC Talking Machines ABSOLUTELY FREE This machine is equipped with all the latest improvement; Mobley's Wonderful Sound Box and Morning Glory Horn that gives a wonderful volume of music, reproduc ing the human voice in all its rich, sweet tones. In addition to giving you the Grand Busy Bee Disc Talking Machine Free, we are going to give with additional purcrases one of the Busy Bee Disc Records Free. We ask vou to call and inspect our complete line of goods, and assure you full value for every dol lar spent at our store. BE SURE AND AS K FOR COUPONS. Epft we are giving away on 'A mese nign graae macnines jjreo wun ill 50.00 in coupons and a 7-Inch record with each additional S5.00 Why suffer with pain when BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT WILL CURE RHEUMATISM. CUTS, OLD SORES, SPRAINS, WOUNDS, STIFF JOINTS, NEURALGIA, SCALDS, ETZ., G. A. Friedel, Dallas, Tex. writes : "I use Ballard's Snow Liniment for my family. It is the best Liniment made. It relieves burns andscalds.' 25c, 50c and $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO., Sold and Recommended by 'sr:HER DRUG CO. HARDWARE AND PLUMBING in coupo 228 San Francisco St. Santa Fe, N. M.muslc. Call in and see this machine and bear some excellent 4 youngest daughter returned to Mo riarty this afternoon, but the Misses Mary and Nellie Friday will remain here a few weeks as the guests of friends. Delegate W. H. Andrews wno for the past three months has been in the National Capital . attending dili gently to his duties as Delegate in looking after requests of constitu ents and 'business of interest to New Mexico in the departments will re turn to this Territory about the first of August. C. T. Brown one of the leading mining engineers of the Southwest spent the past few weeks in the Kelly mining district, superintending work on the properties of the mines of the Mines Development Company of which he is superintendent. Mrs. Brown and two sons are on an east ern tour and this week visited in Washington. Mrs. Anna P. Bloom and son, Ray mond Bloom, of Auburn, New York, mother and brother of Rev. Lansing Bartlett Bloom, who was married here yesterday to Miss Maude E, Mc Fie, left last night for points in Cal ifornia. After a tour of the Pacific Coast they will return east via the northern route, stopping off for a vis it at Rcckford, Illinois, the child hood home of Mrs. Bloom. Miss Richie Seligman entertained a small company of friends Tuesday af ternoon at her home on upper Palace Avenue. It was given in honor of Miss Lucretia Whitehead of Golden, Colorado, who has been a visiting guest for several weeks of Miss Ruth i aughlln. The table was very pret tily decorated, the color scheme be- ng pink and white. Sweet peas were used in abundance in the decorations and the effect was very tasty. Be sides hostess and guest of honor there were present Misses Rickert of Waterloo, Illinois; Laughlin, Spitz, Harding, Cross and Wiley. Inspector D. D. Bronson, of the Bureau of Forestry, in company with Harry W. Kelly, of Las Vegas, and the latter's son, Daniel .1. Kelly, dur ing the past week took a trip over the proposed line of the Scenic High way between this city and Las Ve gas. They were greatly pleased with the many scenic attractions and the natural beauty of the section of the Pecos National Forest through which the Scenic Highway will run. They found the line feasible. Inspec tor Bronson, it is understood, will recommend to the officials of the bureau the speedy construction of the highway across the Pecos National Forest to connect with the portions of the road already constructed and now in course of construction toy the Ter ritory. Complimentary to Miss Richie Selig' man and Miss Ruth Laughlin, who have only recently returned home at ter attending finishing school and col lege in Colorado, Mrs. Robert M Hardinge entertained a company of young women at cards Wednesday af ternoon. The affair was held at the home of Mrs. Hardinge's parents, Ma jor and Mrs. R. J. Palen, on Palace Avenue. Six-handed euchre was the amusement and delicious refreshments were served. The rooms -were decor ated very tastefully with sweet peas and nasturtiums. The guests were Misses Seligman, Laughlin, Rickert, of Waterloo, Illinois; Christensen, of Los Angeles; Whitehead of Golden, Colorado; Staab, Spitz, Harding, Lamy, Boyle, Choate, Dye, Wiley, Newhall, Wless, Cross, Crandall and Weltmer. ESTABLISHED i856. INCORPORATED J903 N BROTHERS C SPECIAL MID-SUMMER SALE Commencing Monday July i A Great Reduction will be Made on Following Goods LINGERIE SHIRT WAISTS LADIES' HATS WHITE PARASOLS MISSES READY MADE DRESSES LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S WHITE CANVASS OXFORDS FIGURED LAWNS AND DIMITIES MEN'S CLOTHING MEN'S STRAW HATS SELIGPN BROS. CO. P. O. Box 219. 0 Phone No. 36. For Half a Century the Leading Dry Goods House in the City. CHARLES WAGNER Furniture Company. New Lot of Iron and Brass Beds Upholstered Furniture, Dressing Tables, Couches, Baby Buggies, Ranges and Desks, Etc., Just Received. EMBALMING AND UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. 306-8 San Francisco St. 'Phone 10. Night Call 'Phont No. 1 Just Received A Large Car of FURNITURE PRICE $3.C0 CUT PRICES In Everything for 30 Days QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, RUGS, STOVES, RANGES. AND PICTURE FRAMES. CALL AND GET PRICE D. S. LOWITZKI. 1555133283 1' arasessan Santa Fe Concrete Block Company Reference: Quality cf Blocks Produced. , SEE OUR NEW FACE PATTERNS GKEO. S. BLUIsr 1', IMI'Q-'R. (Continued on Page Eight.) "' . ... . - . r ' I DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Small, sure, safe pills. Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy. WANTED To purchase copies of the Session Laws of 1903 in the Spanish language. Address the New Mexican Printing Company. The following coupon properly filled out, will bring you our complete Talking Machine literature, illus trating the different styles of ma chines, giving titles of the thousands of Victor Records, bands, songs, stories, solos, etc. Also quoting prices and tell ing of our liberal plan of selling machines on easy payments. Fill in, cut it out, and mail today. THE KNICHT CAMPBELL MUSIC COMPANY, 1625-31 California Street, Denver, Colo. - Gentlemen: You mav send me vour illustrated Talking Machine literature, as per yoir advertisement in the Dally and Weekly Santa F Nw. Mexican. X . ... Name. Address.