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SANTA m MEXICAN, SANTA FE, JN.JUL'" WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1907. CARTWRIGHT.DAVIS CO. -o N 250 San Francisco Street Grocery Telephone No. 4. Meat Market. Tele phone No. 49. aQCEHS, BAS, BUTCHERS! NEW FRUIT. We are receiving our Winter supply of canned California fruits. Those who wish to buy case lots should do so at once as our opening prices are ory low. It Is scarcely to be doubt ed that prices will be higher later on. We have all grades and nearly all va rieties now in stock. CANNED VEGETABLES. Sunburst peas and tomatoes of the new crop are now here. These goods while reasonable in price are of very good quality and the best for the money that we know of. Specially low prices by the dozen or in cane lots of two dozen. No. 2 cans, extra sifted peas 15 . No. 2 cans Early June or Mar rowfats 12 No. 3 cans Tomatoes 15 No. 2 cans Tomatoes 10 No. 2 cans Corn 10 No. 2 cans Corona Corn 12V& No. 2 cans Ferndell Corn 15 CHEESE. New York, Cream, Brick, Limberger, Brie, imported and domestic, Camem bcrt imported and domestic, Neufcha tel, imported and domestic, Swiss, Breakfast, Romatour, Bayle's potted A. D. Cheese in several sizes, etc., etc. We, "have a very fine assortment and of the best quality. SALT FISH. New shipment mackerel, rolled herring, dried herring, salt herring, Russian sardines, spiced herring, dry halibut and cod fish. All new goods and seasonable. FRESH FISH. We now carry fresh eastern in our meat market, the best. fish The quality is BEST BEEF. We handle No. 1 steer beef, killed at Kansas City and shipped directly to us by one of the biggest packers in the world. Thore is nothing better than this beef. If. you wish the best at a reasonable price buy from our market. MINCE MEAT. Armour's Condensed? nkge 10 Ferndell, 3 pound stone 75 Ferndell, 5 pound stone or glass $1.15 There Is nothing better made than the Ferndell. PLUM PUDDING. If you have never eaten Franco American Plum Pudding you do not know the Dossibilities of the dish It is simply the finest thing made. Individual size 15c No. 1 size 40c No. 2 size 75c DUDR0W & M0NTENIE FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS All Kinds of Picture Framing DUDROW'S OFFICE BUILDING. DAY 'PHONE 55 Residence: Upper Palace Avenue (Amado Chaves House), Nights and Sundays. Telephone, No. 142. COAL i WOOD Cerrillos Lump, Monero Lump, Anthracite Mixed. Anthracite Furnace, Smithing Coal, Sawed Wood and Kindling. CAPITAL COAL "STAIR; ID. Phone No. 85. Office Garfield Avenue, near A., T. and 8. F. Depot. CHARLES W. DUDROW 3 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 Building Material. Of TRANSFER and STORAGE; We Haul Eveiythlrg Movable Phone 35, Santa Fe, N. Mex. Personal Mention. (Continued from Page Four.) IT DOESN'T COST ANYTHING 1 TO COME IN AND LOOK AROUND. VISITORS ARE ALWAY8 WELCOME WHETHER THEY BUY OR NOT. The Biggeat Curio Otor in (he West MEXICAN AND INDIAN WARES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT BARGAIN COUNTER PRICES. ELEGANT STOCK OF NAVAJO BLANKETS AND BASKETS JU8T 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 THE ORIGINAL OLD CURIO STORE J. S. CANDBLARIO, THE CURIO MAN .-i. nu am Tft RulMfnn SO1.303 Han Franelaea Street. Alfredo Lucero, Santa Cruz mer hant, was In town today purchasing goods and attending to business at county offices. Territorial Oil Inspector James S Duncan was In the city today from his home lu East Las Vegas on official business. Sylvestre Davis, Galisteo rancher, nnd an old resident of south Santa Fe county, is here on a visit to rela tives and friends. H. B. Hening, city editor of the Al buquerque Journal,, and secretary of the Bureau of Immigration, is a vis Itor today in the Capital. County Commissioner Jose L. Ma dril, of Galisteo, spent the day in the city In attendance upon the sessions of the county board. County Commissioner Jose I. Roi- bal of Nambe, reached the city this forenoon and attended the session of the board this afternoon. Leo Scott, civil engineer and sur veyor of Eatancia, arrived in the city today en route home from a visit to El Dorado, Kansas, where he former ly resided. Dr. Charles A. Wheelon has return ed from a visit to the mining claims of the Cascade Mining company In the Pecos mining district east of this city. E. W. Kramer, of Washington, D. C, a consulting engineer connected with the forestry service, arrived In the city last night, and a guest at the Claire. He will leave tomorrow In company with Acting Forest Super visor Thomas R. Stewart, for a trip on the Pecos national forest. Joseph H. Wiley, who came to New Mexico in 187C and who has for many years boen a prospector and miner in south Santa Fe county, is in town and a guest at the Normandie. He came to visit friends and for a little recre ation. Although ho is over 70 years of age he is still very hale and hearty Minor City Topics (Continu J from Page Five.) The local recruiting office of the U. S. Army was moved yesterday from the Catron block to the second floor of the Laughlin block. Train report at 3:30 p. m.: Santa Fe trains on time; Denver and Rio Grande and Santa Fe Central, each 1 hour late. The condition of Miss Mary Morri son was reported as greatly improved today and her many friends will be pleased to know that her physician does not believe there is any danger now of pneumonia which it Was at first feared might ensue. PROBATE COURT HAS A BUSY SESSION 8everal Guardians Are Appointed For Minor Children and Matters Per taining to Estates Attended to. ' Probate court for Santa Fe county was in session yesterday afternoon, Probate Judge Victor Ortega presid ing and Probate Clerk George W. Ar mijo at his desk. Considerable business was trans acted during the two hours the court was in session yesterday. Several guardians were appointed to take care of minor children and matters per taining to several estates received at tention. Juan Chimaco in pursuance to an application for guardianship was ap pointed as guardian of his two minor sisters. Soraida Lujan and Fidelina Lujan. S. H. Tedford of Santa Cruz was ap pointed as guardian of his grandson a minor of the name of Earnest Theo dore Pyle. David L. Miller presented a petition to be appointed administrator of the estate of Mrs. Johanna. Miller and al so guardian of David Miller, minor, and after due consideration by the court it was so ordered. . Mrs. Carmelita G. de Quintana was appointed as guardian in accordance with her written application of her three minor grandchildren, Dwight Lumberson, Mamie Lumberson, and Maud Lumberson. , Letters : or administration were granted to Miss Annie G. McKenzie, as administratrix of the estate of Mrs. Katherine McK. Irvine. As Miss Mc Kenzie was the sole heir of her sis ter's estate it required but a few minutes to perform her duties as ad ministratrix and she was accordingly discharged. ,; Upon the petition of Mrs. Josefa Duran de Martinez, widow of the late Lorenzo Martinez, Jose Dolore3 Mar tinez was appointed' as administrator of her husband's estate. , In the matter of the final report of Mrs. Miriam R. Luckenbach, as ad ministratrix of the estate of her de ceased husband, Clarenoe O. Lucken bach, the same was approved and the court granted the final discharge. The last will and testament of Mrs. Trinidad Garcia de Padlla was filed for probate. 's Ramon Carrlllo was appointed as guardian over Zemaido Gonzales, a minor. ', DID NOT ATTEMPT TO INFLUENCE JURORS Rlcardo Alarld so Stated In Contempt Proceedings Against Him Teatl mony Corroborated, M.WM Evidence was Introduced by the defense In the contempt proceedings against Ricardo Alarld this afternoon In United States district court after Judge John R. McFie who is trying the case overruled a motion this morn ing to discharge the defendant. The hearing in the contempt pro ceedings was resumed yesterday after noon late when the attorneys further argued the legal points involved in: the case. Attorney R. C. Gortner for , the defense made the first argument) yesterday and he was followed by. Special Assistant Attorney General Peyton Gordon in behalf of the prose cution. Attorney T. B. Catron, who is also counsel for the defendant, con- Hnno1 (Jin nreriiment. this mnrninff. Attorneys for the defense demurred llcans appe" to ,have carrled to the evidence introduced by the D.v majority. prosecution and moved that the de fendant be discharged. The court in overruling the motion held that the statement of Leo Hersch was still un contradicted and would amount to con tempt unless other testimony to ex plain it away was presented jtakmg Powder The finest in the world When ordering ask f op Dr. Price's by name, else the grocer may forget the kind you are accustomed to- REPUBLICANS MAKE GAINS. (Continued From Page One.) this Reform Ticket Successful In San Francisco. San Francisco. Calif., Nov. 6. The ALFALFA RAISING IN MESILLA VALLEY. (Continued From Page One.) Ana county is honestly and efficiently administered and the interest on our county funded debt is paid regularly so that our county bonds are at a election In this city yesterday proved ; premium. The population Is steadily Increasing. Proud of Agricultural College. "We are proud of our Agricultural a landslide for the leaders of the re form movement. The returns show the good government ticket has been T?irnrHo AlnrH was ninpad nn the elected from top to bottom. Mayor , college which we think is a first class stand this afternoon In his own behalf Taylor's plurality is estimated at 11,-, educational Institution. The only draw and reiterated the statements made in 000 and District Attorney Langsdon's back now is the lack of accommoda his answer to the rule to show cause, at 16,000. " The election passed off tlon for the many young women and He flatly denied that he had approach- quietly despite the tense strain. jmen who are desirous of attending It. ed any of the grand Jurors as alleged American Party Wins In Salt Lake. (When this lack is provided for I think in the complaint or attempted to tam- Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 6. (it will become the leading agricultur per with the grand jury in any way. Through the election of John D. Brans- al college In the Southwest." He said he had talked with Luis M. ford as mayor, the general city ticket j Mr. Snow lives on his farm in a Ortiz relative to some property he and a majority in the council, the very commodious residence with mod was trying to trade for a piece of land American party will retain complete em improvements. Ho came to El owned by Mr. Ortiz. control of this city for the next two Paso, Texas, first from Tennessee, his As to the statement of Leo Hersch years. The election was won on the former home in 1882, and moved to his the defendant stated he did not sav issue of the Mormon church denomina- present abode in 1885. He and his fam- the words credited to him He said he tlon, the Americans claiming other ny have made their alfalfa ranch their told Mr. Hersch he had eight friends parties were under this ecclesiastical on the jury but that did not do him control. Bransford received 11,774 any good in jury matters. He denied votes, Morris, Democrat, 5,982, Plum securing the Information that Mr. mor, Republican, 5,340. The council Spiess and Mr. White had been indict- stands: Americans, 9; Democrats 4, ed from any of the jurymen. He said and Republicans, 2. Outsido of Salt he heard rumors to that effect which Lake City the Democrats made nota were all over town. Me gains, carrying Ogdon, Prove and Luis M. Ortiz and Celso Ortiz, two Logan. At Eureka the Socialists de members of the mud Inrv who were feated the Republicans, electing all the dismissed because it was alleged they candidates on their ticket except one, were seen talking to Rlcardo Alarld, corroborated the latter's testimony. They stated that the defendant had not conversed with them regarding the grand jury proceedings. Gregorlo Grlego, another of the discharged jur- permanent home. Mr. Snow was ap pointed a member of the Board of Water Commissioners by Hon. J. W. Raynolds while acting governor on ac count of his experience as an Irriga tion farmer, knowledge of irrigation law, and competence for the position, and also that the Board of Water Commissioners might be non-partisan in politics, Mr. Snow being a Demo crat. ' UFFICIAL MATTERS Delegate to Trans-MlssisslppI Congress Governor Curry today appointed J. ors, who was also dismissed on the v. Tully of Glencoe as an additional same grounds, is expected to arrive delegate to represent New Mexico at here tomorrow or next day, when the the forthcoming eighteenth annual hearing will be resumed. Trans-Mississippi Commercial con- The U. S. grand jury was not in ses- 'gross which will be held at Muskogee. sion again today. MARKET REPORT. CLOSING MARKET REPORT. Atchison 76 7-8; pfd. 84 1-2. New York Central 98 1-4. Pennsylvania 109 1-2. Southern Pacific 67 3-4. Union Pacific 111 1-4; pfd. 77 1-1 Copper 50 1-2. Steel 25 1-8; pfd. ez-div. 84 7-8. MONEYS AND METALS Oklahoma, beginning November 19 Captain Green Takes Charge of ' Prison. Captain John W. Green, the newly appointed superintendent of the terri torial penitentiary; qualified yesterday afternoon by furnishing his bond, which was approved by Governor Curry, and by filing his oath of office. At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon the charge of the penitentiary and the property pertaining to the institution, were turned over to him by Sheriff Marlon Littrell of Colfax county who has been superintendent of the prison New York, Nov. 6. Prime mercan tile paper nominally 710. Money on for the past five months and Captain "Ml strong, demand 1025, ruling Green assumed the duties of the post- ratelS. tlon accordingly. Sheriff Littrell will New York, Nov. 6. Lead Market leave tomorrow for his Raton home. quiet. Quoted, 4.504.75; copper Matters are running smoothly and Market quiet. Quoted, 14. 2514. 50; jnlcely at the penitentiary today under the new superintendent. No change of sllcer. 60 5-8. WOOL MARKET. St. Louis, Nov. C. Wool market Is steady and unchanged today. GRAIN, PORK, LARO AND RIBS. Chicago, Nov. 6. Wheat. Dec. 92 3-4(8)7-8; May 1.01 5-83-4. Corn Dec. 58 7-8; May 58 3-4. Oats Dec. 48 7-8; May 51 1-2. Pork Jan. 13.20; May 13.60. aLrd Jan. 7.95; May 8.07 1-2. IRbs Jan 7 . 05 7 . 07 1-2 ; May 7.27 l-27.30. LIVE STOCK Kansas City, Nov. 6 Cattle receipts 5,500. Market steady to strong. Southern steers, $2.754.25; south-ern-cows, $1.752.75; stockers and feeders, $3.004.60; bulls, $2.00 3.50; calves, $2.756.00; western steers, $3.404.50; western cows, $2.003.75. Sheep Receipts, 8,000. Market 5 to 10 cnts lower. Muttons, $4.405.00; lambs, $5.0006.20; range wethers, $4.255.00; fed ewes, $3.505.00. Chicago, Nov. 66. Cattle receipts, 15,000. Market steady to strong. Beeves, $3.507.00; cows, $1.25 4.40; calves, $5.505.75; calves, $5.505.75; Texans, $3i504.50; stockers, $4. 404. 50. . -' Sheep Receipts 22,000. Market Is steady. Western $2.505.25; year lings, $5.005.70; lambs, $4.00 6.80; western $4.006.60. Omaha, Neb. Nov. 6 Cattle receipts Not quoted. Market Is slow today. Westerns, $3.005.25; Texas steers, $2.754.25; cows and heifers, $2.00 3.50; canners, $1.502.50; stock ers and feeders, $2.755.00; calves, $2.755.25; bulls, $1.503.25. Sheep Receipts, 17,500. Market is slow and lower today. Yearlings, $4.75 5. 15; wethers, $4.504.65; ewes, $4.004..40; lambs, $5,755.25. the subordinate officials of the prison, is contemplated for the present. BIG TEXTILE PLANT IN HANDS OF RECEIVER. North Adams, Mass., Nov. 6. Hen ry H. Earler, was today appointed re ceiver for the Arnold Print Works. The embarrassment was caused by the Inability of the company to renew Its loans. It is the largest textile manufacturing plant in the state, em ploying about 6,000 people. . The New Mexican Printing pany will do your job work neatness id dispatch, Com-with HENRY KRICK Sole Agent for LEIWP S ST. LOUIS BEER And All Kinds of Mineral Waters. SODA WATER, Any Flavor you Desire. Orders Filled for Any Amount. Mail Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. Phone 38. ontezuma Avenue. Santa Fe, M. M. Barley, Bread and Beer CHICAGO TELEGRAPHERS CALL OFF STRIKE. TALLMADGE ACQUITTED OF LAND FRAUDS. Roswell, N, M., Nov. 6.-r-Benjamin H. Tallmadge, of Chicago, accused of land frauds, was acquitted on the first ballot by a jury In the federal court here today. Chicago, Nov. 6. At a meeting of the Commercial Telegraphers Union which was held today, It was decided to call off the strike of operators. In Keep your business ever before the all about three hundred men applied f public by advertising in your home to the company today for reinstate- paper. A good advertiser always has ment. ' 'success In any honest enterprise. These three words are derived from the same Anglo Saxon root breowan. All three are foods. Barley, a grain that makes both bread and beer. Bread, a solid food. Beer, a liquid food. . In making bread, flour and yeast are used; in making beer, barley-malt, hops and yeast are used. The same principle is in each both are wholesome foods. In Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer the Pabst Eight-Day Malting Process matures the malt' slowly and uniformly, thus transforming every particle of nutriment in the barley into perfect food substances. ; " ' . ' To these are added the invigo rating properties of the choicest hops, by the Pabst brewing process, which insures absolute purity. Your system re quires a liquid. Why not use one that is both food and drink Pab st Blue Ribbon Tkc Beer of Quality The special value of Pabst Blue Ribbon at meals ia that it encourages the fluids of the stomach to readier action thus aiding you to get tne fullest nourishment from your food. You can prove the value of Pabst . Blue Ribbon as a food, by order- ing a case .today for home use.' Made by Pabst at Milwaukee. Dlgneo & Napoleon. : Santa Fe, New Mexico.