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AtfTA FE NEW MEXICAN. SANTA FE, N. M.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1907. GROCERS, BAKERS, BUTCHERS Xo. 250 San Francisco Street. Grocery Telephone Xo. 4, Meat Market Telephone Xo. 49. HOMEMADE. We now have homemade dill pickles and sauerkraut. Pickles, two for five cents. Kraut, ten cents quart. IMPORTED GOODS. We have a new shipment of French vegetables lu glass. Largo jars of Brussels sprouts, string beans, peas oi mixed vegetables, 50c each. Large cans miniature mushrooms each 45c; small cans choice mush rooms, buttons 20c; small cans French sardines, 10c; large cans 2 for 25c, Other sizes and brands of Imported . ardines up to 40 cents per can. SOFT CHEESE. Our stock of French and German soft cheese Is now quite complete. Brie, each 30c; Camembert, 30c; Neuf chatel, 2 for 15c; Breakfast, 15c; Rom utour, each 25c. COFFEE. Chase and Sanborn's famous Boston coffees are still giving satisfaction to ft large number of our customers. We carry them In the several grades as follows: One-pound White bags 25 One-pound Maroon bags, 30 One-pound Orange bags 27 1-2 One-pound Green bags 35 One-pound Graybags, . ., 40 One-pound and two-pound SEAL BRAND 40 The first Is a blend of fine old cof fees that gives excellent value for the money. The second Is a Maricaibo of high grade. The green and gray bags are Java coffees of much merit. SEAL BRAND coffee is In a class to itself. The blend Is only known to members of the firm and It has never been suc cessfully Imitated. MEAT MARKET, Our market is now lu the hands of a competent and obliging manager. lie can furnish you with anything from boiling meat and reasonably priced rolled roasts to beef tender loins or crown roasts of lamb for the most elaborate function. We are selling No, 1 steer beef. If you have been eating cow meat you would find a change grateful to the palate. Pork, mutton, lamb and veal at all times. Try our hamburger. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL OYSTERS. For the future we expect to have ample supplies of SBALSIIIPT oyst ers. The supply has so far not equall ed the demand, but we are now as sured of an abundance of those pure, clean, full flavored blue points, direct from Long Island. CELERY. Plenty of fine, crisp, nutty home grown celery now. 5 cents per head. GRAPES. California and Native grapes are now the best fruit in the market. We have Tokays, Corlnchons, Ma lagas, etc. Tl HIT MB C MM DUDR0W & IV10NTENIE FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS M Kinds of Picture Framing DULROW'S OFFICE BUILDING. DAY 'PHONE S5 Residence: Upper Palace Avenue (Amado Chaves House), Nights and Sundays. Telephone, No. 142. COAL s WOOD Cerrillos Lump, Monero Lump, Anthracite Mixed. Anthracite Furnace, Smithing Coal, Sawed Wood and Kindling. CAPITAL COAL YARD. Phone No. 85. Office Garfield A venue, near A., T. and S. F. Depot. IT DOESN'T COST ANYTHING TO COME IN AND LOOK AROUND. VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME WHETHER THEY BUY OR NOT. The Kxggeat Curio Store in the West MEXICAN AND INDIAN WARES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT BARGAIN COUNTER PRICES. ELEGANT STOCK OF NAVAJO BLANKETS AND BASKETS JUST RECEIVED. FINEST LINE OF MEXICAN DRAWN WORK IN CITY. THIS IS THE HOUSE FROM WHICH THE GENUINE INDIAN AND MEXICAN CURIOS COME. You Can't Miss the Place I THE ORIGINAL OLD CURIO STORE J. S. CANDELARIO, THE C URIO MAN Look for Old Cart on Top of Building. 301-303 San Francisco 8treet. SECOND CLASS COLONIST RATES TO CALIFORNIA On sale daily September 1st to Oc tober 31st. 1907. One-way second ' class colonist tickets to Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and all other California points en route to the above points; rate $25. Similar low rates to the Northwest. Call and fig ure with me. , NEW MEXICO TERRITORIAL FAIR. Albuquerque, N. M., October 7th to 12th, 1907. For the above occasion, the T j will sell tickets from Santa Fe to Al buquerque and retnrn for $3.45. Tick ets on sale from October 5th to 12th inclusive. Final return limit on HI tickets ' October 14th, 1907. American Royal Live Stock 3how, Kansas City, Oct. 14-19th, 07. For the above occasion the Santa Fe will sell tickets to Kansas City and return for $35,75. On sale October 12th to 16th, Inclusive. Final return I limit, October 21st, 07. Farmers National Congress Okla 4 homa-City, Okla., Oct. 17-27, 1907. For the above occasion the Santa Fe will sell tickets, to Oklahoma City and return .for $34.20 round trip. Tickets on sale October 15, 16, 17 and 18, 1907. 1 The program was opened with quota- Final return limit, October 31. '1907. tfohs as to hypnotism. Mrs, Bartlett G. H. DONART, read a paper on "Hypnotism," written Agent A., T. A S. F. Ry. by Mrs. Gilchrist, sister Of Mrs. Prince (Continued From Page Four) Mrs. T. B. Catron will be "at home" on Tuesday next from 4 to 6 p. m. John H. KIrby, chief clerk of the New Mexico Fuel and Iron company, left yesterday afternoon on a business trip to Estancla. Charles W. Fairfield returned last night from a brief trip to Al buquerque, in which business and pleasure were combined. Colonel Jose D. Sena, clerk of the Territorial supreme court, and an aide de camp on the staff of Governor Curry, returned with tho executive party today from Albuquerque. Ex-Governor M. A. Otero who was a prominent visitor in Albuquerque during the week and attended several conventions as a delegate and tho various social functions given, reach ed home this forenoon. He enjoyed his week's stay in the Duke City. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Renehan were among the Santa Feans who returned this morning from Albuquerque. Mr. Renehan was ill during their stay In the Duke City, suffering from an at' tack of tonslliti3 and could not leave his room. However, he is improving. Mrs. M. R. Luckenbach who has been east since the death of her hus band returned during tho week and will remain here for some time set tling up affairs connected with her lato husband's estate. She expects to make her home in Philadelphia with her mother. Hon, W. A. Hawkins, general attor ney of the El Paso and Southwestern Railway system, reached the city at noon today from the south, and look ed after legal affairs for his company and personal matters while hero. Mr. Hawkins is one of the leading law yers of the Southwest. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Raca and daugh ters, Misses Ramona and Anita, re turned at noon today from Albuquer que. Mr. Baca who left yesterday for Cerrillos on business as chief deputy sheriff went from there to the Duke City to join his wife and family who have been there seeing tne fair. Frank Dibert, assistant 'treasurer of the Santa Fe Central Railway, return ed yesterday from Albuquerque, where he spent a couple of days seeing the fair. Ho was particularly interested In the agricultural exhibits, one of the principal displays of farm products being from the Estancla valley. Miss Heloise Dibert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dibert, returned home last night after a visit of several weeks at various points in Kansas, having spent most of the time at Tope ka. Mrs. Dibert and daughter, Miss Dlberta and son Scott, also returned a few days ago from a trip to Kansas Dr. Arthur J. Casncr, formerly of Chicago, who has purchased the dent al business here of Dr. C. N. Lord, returned last evening from Roswell, where he went to be examined for li cense to practice his profession at the recent meeting of the New Mexico Dental Board, which was held In the Pecos Valley town. Mrs. T. B. Catron and Mrs. Florence Slayton, of Chicago, Illinois, a friend of Mrs. Cairon, are preparing for their Pacific ocean and China journey, They expect to start from Santa Fe about the latter part of the month. Mr. Catron will likely join them at Hong Kong and travel part of the proposed journey with them. Miss Grace Choate of Chicago and Miss Ella Comeford of New Orleans, Louisiana, who have been sojourning in Santa Fe, and while here were guests at St. Vincent's Sanrtarium, left during the week for San Antonio, Texas, Miss Choate expects to remain at San Antonio for the winter, but Miss Comeford will return to her home in the Crescent City. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Agee of Sil ver Cfty reached here yesterday and registered at the Claire hotel. They had been visiting the Albuquerque fair and visited Santa Fe to view the sights of the Capital and become ac quainted, Mr. Agee Is treasurer and ex-ofllclo collector of Grant county and a prominen't Democrat of that sec tion. Their visit here was pleasant and interesting. Attorney General and Mrs. A. B. Fall and daughter Miss Fall, spent sev eral days In Washington during the past week. Attorney General Fall at tended to legal business before the de partment of the interior and the de partment of Justice on behalf of the territory and with Delegate W. H. Andrews arranged several matters of interest to New Mexico while in the national capital. District Attorney Louis O. Fullen, of the Fifth Judicial district has been attending to the duties of his office at the "term of the district court for Roosevelt county during the past two weeks at Portales and has made an enviable record. He will be busy dur ing the next three weeks at Roswell rej resenting the Territory at the ses sion of the district court for ChaveB county to be held there. Governor George Curry reached home this noon from his week's so journ in the Duke City where he at tended the fair exercises and made addresses at the several conventions which met there during the week. He was most cordially received and was the recipient of many social "atten tions. People from every section of New Mexico came to greet him and to extend to him best wishes for the success of his administration. The Fifteen Club met with Mrs. Arthur Boyle on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Prlnco read a "Spanish Ghost Story" a folklore story written by Mrs. Harroun. Current events closed the program and the club adjourned to meet October 25th, with Mrs. Marsh, Miss Massie to preside. Mayor H. O. Bursum of Socorro, was among tne arrivals from the south this forenoon to meet friends. Mr. Bursum has spent the past week in Albuquerque, partly attending the several conventions that were held there, viewing fair sights, and look ing after political matters. He has lost none of his old time popularity and strength with the people, quite tho reverse. " The people of the Ter ritory are well satisfied with the ster ling worth and high standing or Mr. Bursum. This was shown by the at tentton that was uaid and courtesies extended him during fair wee in the ' : Duke City. Members of the Ladies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church, are planning a progressive supper for next Friday evening which will take the form of "a trip around the world." Edibles characteristic of the countries represented Wi.. be served at the homes of several of the members. The start will be made at 5:30 p. m. at the residence of Mrs. McConnell, which is designated as Ireland. The others to be visited In the order giv en will be Germany, Mrs. Knapp's; Mexico, Mrs. Llewellyn's; and Japan, Mrs. Walker's. Tickets which will be fifty cents each, will be placed on sal" Monday at Fischer's drug store. Mrs. Jackson and Miss Madden, of Oakland, California, aunt and cousin of Governor George Curry, are expect ed to reach hero this evening, and will be guests of the governor at the ex ecutive residence for an indefinite period. M nf- - - -a i.j " Made from " GRAPES Minor City Topics. (Continued from Page Five.) All trains are reported on time this evening. m Start right! To younger housekeep ers, to beginners in the art of bread and cake making, no agency can ren der so much aid, no assistant will prove so helpful as Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. Do not make the mistake of experimenting with others. TREASURY BOOKS ARE EXAMINED By Special Assistant E. Peyton Gor don for U. S. Grand Jury Investigation. Territorial Treasurer J. H. in conformity with a court Vaughn process The concert under the auspices of produced the books of the territorial the local Elks' lodge tonight at the treasury containing accounts or re- High School Auditorium will not be- ceipts and expenditures of funds de- gin until 9 o'clock, rived from sales of territorial lands T. M. DuBols and wife and J. C. for the permanent Improvement lunds Brown and wife, of Corona, reached ' of territorial institutions this after the city this morning from Al- noon before Special Assistant to the buquerque, where they attended , Attorney uenerai m. reyon uoruon. u the fair. They left this afternoon via the Santa Fe Central Railway for their home. Mr. DuBols is superin tendent of the Corona Mining com pany in Lincoln county. YOUNG PEOPLE WED ON THE SLY is understood that this examination was made preliminary to bringing theso accounts before the U. S. grand jury which re-assembles here next Monday according to adjourn ment, for investigation. Miss Mary Friday Becomes Bride Charles A. Rathburn Groom Telegraph Operator. of Without the knowledge of the par ents of the brido, Miss Mary Friday, DAUGHTER OF MAJOR LLEWELLYN WEDS Charming Las Cruces Girl Becomes Bride of H. C. Compton Now On Wedding Trip. Chinaman into United States, one year. Polito Solais, violation ot Edmund's act, six months. ft toll Anncemts h I Las Cruces, N. M., Oct., 12. Miss and Charles A. Rathburn were quietly Gladys Llewellyn, daughter or Major married late yesterday afternoon by W. H. H. Llewellyn, United States dis Rev. J. W. Purcell, pastor of the First trict attorney, was married at the Presbyterian Church, at the Presby- home of her father in this city, to lorian manse. The ceremony was Henry Carter Compton. ; it nessed by Miss Margaret Higgins, 1 It was a homo wedding, Rev. G. W. a cousin of the brido, a. H. Donart Dunlap, pastor of the Presbyterian and John D. Barnes. church officiating. The bride and The bride is a daughter of ivir. and groom will visit eastern cities on a Mrs. Edward E. Friday, who are resid- month's bridal trip, ins at present at Moriarty, Mr. Friday j The young couple will make their being a conductor on the Santa Fo home In Las Cruces and they will re Central Railway. Mr. Rathburn is em-' celve a joyous welcome from their ployed as night telegraph operator at many friends on their return, the local station of the Atchison, To-j peka and Santa Fe Railway. Mr. Friday was apprised of his daughter's marriage upon the arrival of his train last evening and the brid al couple left this afternoon for Mori arty to secure tho forgiveness and blessing of the bride's mother. MEMBERS OF LAW REVISION COMMISSION Announced By Governor Curry Yes terday at Albuquerque B. M. Read Re-Appointed. Governor Curry yesterday at Albu querque announced the following as the memgers of the law revision com mission provided for by the last leg islature to revise the territorial stat utes: A. B, Fall, attorney general; W. B. Childers, of Albuquerque; H. M. Dougherty, of Socorro; Benjamin M. Read, of Santa Fe, and Louis Meld, of Las Vegas. ' Frank Springer of Las Vegas, was offered an appointment on this board but he declined to accept it because of private business. This commission which succeeds the commission named by the legisla ture will meet in a short time la the capital and organize preparatory to beginning work. FEDERAL PRISONERS IN PENITENTIARY Four 8hort Term Men Convicted at Las Cruces Placed In Territorial Prison. Four federal prisoners convicted at the recent term of United States dis trict court at Las Cruces and sent enced to terms of from six months to one year and one day were placed in the territorial penitentiary today to serve out their periods of imprison ment. They wer broueht. hern frnm jLas Cruces this forenoon by Deputy :U. S. Marshal Harry Bogh. The names of the four convicts, the crimes of which they were found guilty, and tho sentences Imposed up on them are as follows: Joe Lovey, trespass In railroad car, one year and one day. Howard V. Palmer, trespass in rail road car, one' year and one day. John Leaman, unlawfully bringing Cathedral. Twenty-first Sunday after Pente cost. First mass at 7 o'clock a. m. Second mass at 9; 30 o'clock. Ser mon in English. Third mass at 10:30. Sermon in Spanish by kost Rev. Peter Bourgade. At 6:30 p. m. October devotions. ' First Presbyterian Church. . The services in connection with thl3 church for the week are as follows: Sabbath School at 9:45 tomorrow, with H. F., Stephens, superintendent, in charge. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sermon topic, "Expert Testimony Concerning the Christian Life." The Junior Endeavor Society will meet at 2:30 p. m., and will be in charge of Mrs. J. T. Walker. In the evening at 0:30 the Senior Endeavor will meet. Preaching at 7:30, and the subject of the sermon will be, "The ' Severe Side of the Teachings of Christ." On next Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, the mid-week services for prayer and Bible study will be held. J. W. Purcell, Ph. D., minister in charge, Henry E. Jones, of Tampa, Florida, writes: "I can thank God for my present health, due to Foley's Kidney Cure. I tried doctors and all kinds of kidney cures, but nothing done me much good till I took Foley's Kidney Cure. Four bottles cured me, and 1 have no more pain in my back and shoulders. I am 62 years old, and suf fered long, but thanks to Foley's Kid ney Cure I am well and can walk and enjoy myself. It is a pleasure to rec ommend it to those needing a kidney medicine." For sale by Ireland Pharmacy. MADE FOR SERVICE IN THE ROUGHEST WEATHER AND GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY WATERPROOF SttBRM POMMEL SLICKERS This trade mark and the word Tower on the buttons dlstin auish this hloi grade slicker from itne just as good nranas DR. OIK' it. (Incorporated.) . ft 'S Santa Fe, N. M. Jjj ft Corner Water Stand Ostfi Ac t Open to all licensed physl-f Tcians and devoted to the care fjl v and treatment of the sick. ji i Neither consumptives nor j j I those who suffer from contagious h diseases are aomltted. IK Eaulnoed with modern con- ft K veniences and conducted In first S class manner. ) Resident physician and trained n u rses - In atte nda nee. $9.00 a week jn general ward; H1 6. 00 upwards In private room. APPLY FOR TERMS, ft THE NEW MEXICO COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS. OCTOBER 28TH TO MARCH 1ST. A complete and thoroughly practical course of instruction In Field Crops, Dairying, Farm Machinery, Farm Mechanics, Fruit Growing, Vegetable Growing, Livestock and Elementary Agriculture, Cooking, Home Sanitation,, Sewing, Fancy Needlework. FOUR months beginning October 28th. Prepared for those who cannot attend school the full year but who are free during November, December, January and February. Course open to any one over fifteen years of age. For-further information address, LUTHER FOSTER, President (P. O. Agricultural College, N. M.