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SANTA m KffW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, N. XL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1907. 2P GROCERS, BAKERS, BUTCHERS No. 250 San Francisco Street. Grocery Telephone No. 4, Meat Market Telephone No. 49. APPLES AND PEARS We have unloaded a car of Cali fornia Apples and Pears which we offer at exceptionally low prices. We do not believe it will be possible to duplicate these prices later in the season. We advise buying now. BUY ENOUGH FOR THE WINTER Personal Mention. (Continued from Page Four.) A. 0. Pollock, of Washington, D. C, a special officer in the Indian ser vice whose duty it Is to investigate alleged violations of the law forbid ding the sale of liquor to Indians, was in the city today and left this after noon for Albuquerque. Orrasby McHarg, special assistant attorney general of the United States, who has charge of alleged land fraud Investigations in New Mexico, will leave tonight for Washington, D. C. whore he has been summoned on offi cial business. He will be absent a week or more. Mrs. J. E. Lacomo, wife of one of the proprietors of the Claire hotel, who has been at the Faywood Hot Springs for the benefit of her health for several weelts, has returned home. The son of Mr. and Mrs. La come who has also sojourned at the Faywood Hot Springs, for the cure of rheumatism, will reach home tomor row, having been greatly benefited by his stay there. APPLES PER BOX m m $2.75 The Varieties Are Good, Being Greeniings, Spitzenbergs, Hoovers, Wagners Etc. NELLIS PEARS PER BOX - - $3.00 These are tender melting, and of a delicious flavor. CARTWR mm DUDR0W & lONTENIE FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Ml Kinds of Picture Framing DUDROW'S OFFICE BUILDING. DAY 'PHONE 55 Residence: Upper Palace Avenue (Amado Chaves House), Nights and Sunday.. Telephone, No. 142. i COAL 5 WOOD Cerrillos Lump, Monero Lump, Anthracite Mixed. Anthracite Furnace, Smithing Coal, 3awed Wood and Kindling. CAPITAL COAL YARD. Phone No. 85. Office Garfield A venue, near A., T. and 3. F. Depot. CHARLES W. Dl'DROW Lumber, Sash, and Doors SPECIALTY OF SOUTHERN PINE FLOORING. Cord and Stove Wood Extra Dry, Cut to Fit Your Stove Corrugated Iron, Paints, Oils, Building Paper, Nails and all Kinds of Building Material. . j TRANSFER and STORAGE; We Haul Eveiythlrg Movable Phone 35, Santa Fe, N. Mex. MARKET REPORT. CLOSING MARKET REPORT. Atchison 78; pfd. 85. New York Central 99 14. Pennsylvania 114 5-8. Southern Pacific 68 7-8. Union Pacific 112 3-8; pfd. 75. Copper 45 1-2. Steel 22 3-8; pfd. 82 7-8. MONEYS AND METALS New York, Oct. 22. Prime mercan tile paper 77 1-2. St. Louis, Oct. 22. Spelter dull, 530. Wool Steady; unchanged. New York. Oct. 22. Lead easy 4.55 4.75. Copper weak 12 l-4l-2. Sil ver 61 1-2. GRAIN, PORK, LARJ AND RIBS. Chicago, Oct. 22. Wheat Dec. 99 3-8; May 105 7-8. Corn Dec. 57 3-8; May 59 1-4. Oats Dec. 51 3-4; May 53 3-854. Pork Jan. 14.80; May 1C.20. Lard Jan. 8.70; May 15.20. Ribs Jan. 7.770; May 7.95. LIVE 8TOCK Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 22. Cattle 17,000. Market steady. Southern steers, $2.754.10; southern cows, $2. 0061)3.30: stockers. $3.004.80; bulls, $2.403.65; calves, $3.256.50; western steers, $3.604.75; western cows, $2.403.80. Sheen 8.000. Market steady. Mut tons. $1.905.75; lambs, $6.257.35; range wethers, $t.755.C0; fed ewes, I4.255.85. Chicago. Oct. 22. Cattle 14,000. Market weak to ten lower. Beeves, $3.657.30; cows, 1.305.20; Tex- ans. J3.604.50; calves, $5.007.50; westerns, $3.406.00; stockers, ft4.C0. Sheep 22,000. Market strong to ten higher. Western, $3.105.40; yearlings. $4.506.20; lambs, $5.00 7.50; westerns, $5.oo7.bu. Omaha. Neb., Oct. 22. Cattle 8,000. Market slow to 10 lower. West ern steers, $3. 50 5. 50; Texas steers, $3.25(0)4.65; range cows and heifers, ;2.254.10; cannery $1.752.75; stockers, $2.8005.20; calves, $2.25(7? 3.75. Sheen. 27.000. Yearlings,. $5.40 5.70; wethers, $4.805.15; ewes, 4.40 5.00; lambs, $6.507.15. OFFICIAL MATTERS Articles of Incorporation. The following articles of lncorpora tlon have been filed in the office of Territorial Secretary Nathan Jaffa: The Wellington Copper Mining com pany, Principal place of business In New Mexico at Cutter, Sierra county. Territorial agent, Wallace H. Weston at Cutter. Capital stock, $3,000,000 di vided into three million shares of the par value of $1 each. Object .mining and other business. Period of exist enoe twenty-five years. Incorporators, James F. Klndale, Edward F. Curtis and J. A. Sherman, all of New York City. IT DOESN'T COST ANYTHIN6 1 TO COME IN AND LOOK AROUND. VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME WHETHER THEY BUY OR NOT. The Blggett Curio Store in the Teet MEXICAN AND INDIAN WARE3 OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT BARGAIN - COUNTER PRICES. ELEGANT 8TOCK OF NAVAJO BLANKETS AND BASKETS JUST RECEIVED. FINEST LINE OF MEXICAN DRAWN WORK IN CITY. THIS 18 THE HOUSE FROM WHICH THE GENUINE INDIAN AND MEXICAN CURIOS COME. FAIR WEATHER AND STATIONARY TEMPERATURE, Today's official weather forecast for New Mexico calls for "Fair weather tonight and Wednesday with station ary temperature." In Santa Fe the temperature at 6 o'clock this morning was 38 degrees and the lowest during last night 35 degrees. 'A heavy frost occurred this morning, there being a copious deposit, but little if any dam age resulted. The maximum tempera ture yesterday was 58 degrees at 3:30 p. m., and the minimum temperature 34 degrees at 5:40 a. m., the mean temperature being 46 degrees. The rel ative humidity yesterday at C a. m., was 92 pre cent and at 6 p. m., 65 per cent, making the average for the day 78 per cent. WASHOUUT TIES UP TRAFFIC ON SOUTHWESTERN. You Can't Miss the Place THE ORIGINAL OLD CURIO STORE J. S. CANDE LARIO, THE CURIO MAN tank far Old Cart ofl Top of Building. 301-303 8an Francisco Street. J' I Hachita, N. M Oct. 22. The rains ' - B it .. i Q -. 1LI. ...... ui uie past, live uaya iu uus eecuon have been among the heaviest ever known. The downpour being almost continuous all that time. Saturday trafflp on the El Paso and Southwest era was tied un for over ten hours hv .... 'a bad washout east of Hermosa. All ' encing great troutJle with washouts. railroads in this section are experi- The New Mexican Printing Com inny is headquarters for engraved cards de viste in New Mexico. Get 'our work dene hero and you will If pleased in every partleu'.tr. NDICTMENT FOUND FOR LAND FRAUDS. (Continued From Page One.) Pedro A. Roibal and Gregorlo Griego were excused at their own request and Celso Ortiz and Luis M. Ortiz were ex cused by the court. The four jurymen comprising the special venire Issued yesterday after noon and who were accepted are David Gatanach, J. M. Hartley, Santi ago Sena and Pedro A. Lujan. It is understood a subpoena has been issued for Rlcardo Alarid, the al legation being, it is reported, that he talked with members of the grand Jury and is under suspicion of having at tempted to influence them. Warrants Server on Messrs. Spless and White. In the matter of the Indictment against David M. White, a well known civil engineer, returned yesterday by the U. S. grand jury, charging him with conspiracy to defraud the United States out. of certain coal lands in San Juan county, alleged to have been been made for the benefit of Phelps, Dodge & Company and some of its leading officials, the warrant for the ar rest of Mr. White was served upon him last night by Deputy U. S. Marshal Newcomer. The bond was fixed at 5,000, which was furnished this morn ing by Mr. White and approved by the marshal. The bondsmen have quali fied and the amount has been doubled making $10,000. Some of the strongest men financially in the community are on the bond. Hiram B. Gartwright, Nathan Salmon, Henry Krick, and Ish- mael Sparks. They are substantial citizens and property holders. Attorney Charles A.. Spiess, of the prominent law firm of Spiess, Davis and Ilfeld, of East Las Yogas, who was Indicted yesterday by the grand Jury, for conspiracy to defraud the United States in connection with certain coal land entries, alleged to have been made for the benefit of Phelps, Dodge and Company and some of its leading officials, the order of arrest was served last evening by Deputy (J. S. Marshal Newcomer as a consequence of the in dictment. Bond in the amount of $10, 000 was promptly furnished this morn ing by Mr. Spiess and approved by the marshal. The bondsmen are: Arthur Seligman, Robert C. Gortner and Dr. John H. Sloan. Messrs. Seligman and Gortner are fully responsible for any amount they may sign on the bond and are among .the leading property holders, Mr. Seligman being a member of the large dry goods firm of Selig man Brothers, and Mr. Gortner being an attorney and real estate owner. Dr Sloan owns real estate near the city, Brazen Attempt to Make Capital Out of Indictment. In the columns of the Albuquerque .Journal there appeared a two column article this morning concerning these indictments. This is full of inaccura cies, self laudation and blowing. An attempt is made to make political cap! tal out of the. transactions against what the Albuquerque morning paper rails the Plunderbund, when the fact is that every person indicted for mak- rig a coal entry is a non-resident of his Territory and with the exception of two or three are not even known here by name. The article attempts o make a big mountain out of some iiurely court cases, and out of mat ters which during the past two years have been of frequent occurrence in the western states where entries of coal lands and timber lands have been made. The attempt to bolster some body and make a reputation for some body is so bald and so far fetched that the article and its intentions have fallen fiat, and have become the laugh Ing stock of the community where the cases in point are well known and where it is considered simply as a court proceeding. The coal lands iu question are sit uated in San Juan county, east of the La Plata, river, in what is known as the coal belt there. Mr. Spiess was employed as attorney for Phelps, Dodge and company, and so was Judge Granville Pendleton. Mr. White acted as, surveyor in surveying certain of the claims which were entered under the coal land law. It is now alleged and charged that these transactions were Illegal and fraudulent under the provisions of the law. These charg es and indictments are to be tried and to be proven. The cases will in all likelihood come up at the March term of federal court in 1908. There is no comment to be made except that if -the allegations are proven the de fendants will be given the punish ment prescribed by law. Otherwise they will go forth wnu a verdict of not guilty. r. TIXD0M3SE The kind that grows with your library that will fit practically any space - that can be moved one unit at a time by one Derson without disturbing the books that Is practical, artistic, and the only perfect sectional bookcase made. Fitted with non-binding, roller- bearing doors; base units furnished with or without drawers; and all made in a variety of woods and finishes adapted to any surroundings. Call and see them or send for. catalog 105 with interior views showing arranfifinaeot injibrary .parlor, etc. New Mexican Printing Company local agents, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Walling Party De tained But 24 Hours OFFICIALS REGRET ARREST Overzealcus Spy Blamed For Needless Detention of Americans. GLOBE BUSINESS MAN ASSASSINATED David James, Owner Electric Light and Gas Company, Waylaid and Shot. Globe, Ariz., Oct. 22. David James j one of the owners of the Globe Elec t trie Light and Gas Company, was shot land probably fatally wounded last I who apparently had boon laying in jwait, rode up on a hers? ia Janies stepped from tho otfee el the gas plant and with a rerlver at close range shot James just below the heart. Buckner escaped but the offi cers are hot on his trail. It is un derstood the reason for the shooting was trouble over mining claims. WORK SUSPENDED ON MILLION DOLLAR SMELTER. Redding, Calif., Oct. 22. In obedi ence to orders received yesterday from Boston, Massachusetts, the Balakala Copper company at Ceram, stopped ail construction work today on its big new smelter now nearly completed at a cost of over a million dollars. Noth ing more will be done until the cop per ;narket is more favorable. St. Petersburg, Oct. 22. William English Walling of Indianapolis, In diana, his wife and his wife's sister, Rose Stunsky, who were arrested and remanded to jail Sunday because of their association with members of the Finnish progressive party, were re leased last evening. The police found nothing among the papers of the trio to warrant detaining them. No con ditions are attached to the release, All their papers and manuscripts have been restored to them. The officials expressed regret at the arrest, which they say was or dered upon the report of an over zealous spy. The two women prisoners were con fined for twenty-four hours in a prison overcrowded by young revo lutionists. They were conducted to a small cell, eight by ten feet, but they said this evening they had not suffered especial discomfort during their arrest. The New Mexican Printing Com pany is prepared to do the best of brief work In short order and at very reasonable rates. Lawyers, who de. side to have, their briefs printed rap Idly and correctly and to rresent them to the Supremo Court now in session here on time, should call on the Nev. Mexican Printing Compnny. When in need of anything In the printing line, such as wedding cards, Invitations, briefs, call on the New Mexican Printing Company, where all work is guaranteed. Keep your business ever before the public by advertising in your home paper. A good advertiser always has success In any honest enterprise. The New Mexican Printing Com pany keeps on hand a large assort blanks are carefully prepared in ac cordance with statute and will be found satisfactory. Reductions in prices are made to those who pur chase in quantity. Blanks necessary in making homestead entries, or final nroof theron, desert land entries or dual proof thereon, coal declaratory statements and in securing mining claims also kept In stock and for sale by the New Mexican Printing Company. DR.DIAZ' SANITARIUM (Incorporated.) Santa Fe, N. M. Corner Water St and Ca it i hi Open to all licensed physi cians and devoted to the care ) and treatment of the sick. Neither consumptives nor ft those who suffer from contagious J diseases are admitted, r Equipped with modern con iv. veniences and conducted In first ft class manner. 'It Resident physician and trained nurses in attendance. $9.00 a week in general ward; ft $16.00 upwards In private room. ft APPLY FOR TERMS. : 1 THE NEW MEXICO COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS. The New Mexlcaa Printing Com pany has the largest, most modern and best arranged book bindery In the Southwest TL best kind of work only turned out. Prices very low am satisfaction guaranteed. It you have books to bind, whether the largest ledger or Journal, or magazines and pamphlets or need any other binding call for figures, samples and prices of the New Mexican Printing Company, e ine company is anxious to serve yon tad will give yon satisfactory rates. 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.