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SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, N. ft. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1907. imam CO WE SEE WHAT'S WHAT IN MEN'S SHOES Shoeing men's feet this Is our business. Feet are different, but we fit all kind. The shape of a man's shoe Is noticed more than the shape of his head. He wears his shoes In doors as well as out. These dnys of strenuous action a ninii wants comfortable shoes. Our American Gentleman lusts are so shaped that a man can keep his feet off his mind. Tha best of patent vlcl kid or calf, valour calf, or polished vlci. From $3.50, 14.00, $4.60 and $5.00. All the abovq shoes bear a guarantee to be first class In every respect, or we will replace them with another pair. PERSONAL MENTION l Any Woman's Foot In side a pair of cur new and splendid $3.50 Shoes Will be handsomely and artistic ally dressed. She cau pay mor6 money for shoes, to be sure but she surely CAN'T GET better nttins, better looking or more durable shoes than the American Lady. Price is a popular one with us, and we aim to have the best $3.50 American Lady Shoes that money can buy. Patent Kid, Patent Calf. Colt Skin, Vici, Etc. Nar row toes or medium American width, French or Cuban heels. Lace or Button. Every size and every width. NATHAN SALMON. TM LARGEST AO MOST UP-TO-DATE bR! GOOI'S HOUSE 18 THE GIT! j SUBSCRi&E FOfc THE DAILY NEW MEXICAN. fp "APPLES"! Juan Gonzales and Catalino Chavez farmers in the vicinity of Oalisteo, spent the day in the city. They had rooms at the Normandio. Venturo Baros, farmer at Galisteo, south Santa Fe county, was registered today at the Normandle hotel. He pur chased supplies while in town. F. Q. Blake, forest ranger in the Jemoz national forest, stationed at Coyote, was among Saturday's arriv als from tho north. Ho Is quartered at tho Claire. Mr, and Mrs. Walter M. Tabor of Olorleta, were gueBts yesterday at the Claire Hotel. Mr. Taber is the man ager of the Glorleta Mercantile and Livestock company. John D. Barnes, manager of the local office of the Wells-Fargo Ex press Company, has returned from Stillwater, Oklahoma, whore he spent a vacation of several weeks. Clerk Francis C. Wilson of the First judicial district, left this forenoon for Aztec to be present in his official ca pacity at the forthcoming term of the district court of San Juan county. Judge A. J. Abbott, special attorney for the Pueblo Indians, was among the passengers this forenoon for Aztec, go ing thithor to attend the session of the district court of San Juan county. O. D. Olmstead special agent of the general land office stationed in this district who has been on official busi ness in Colfax county, and spent sev eral days nt Raton, returned to the city yesterday. Judge John R. McFIe left this fore noon for Aztec, where he will preside over the fall, term of the district court of San Juan county which will convene on Wednesday, two days la ter than usual. T. J. Butler, special agent of the general land office with headquarters in Washington, arrived in the city yes terday and registered at the Palace hotel. Mr. Butler is here on a confi dential mission. Deputy U. S. Marshal C. E. New comer who has been in the city In attendance upon the United States dis trict court in session here, left this afternoon for his headquarters at Al buquerque, court having adjourned un til November 26. William Mcintosh, successful sheep raiser and capitalist in the Estancia valley, after whom the growing little town of Mcintosh was named, spent yesterday in the city. He was regis, tered at the Claire. Superintendent of Public Instruction J. E. Clark has returned to tho Capit al after a tour of the rural schools in Dona Ana, Luna and Sierra counties. While en route home he also spent one day in Albuquerque. Governor George Curry, who left here Friday night for Washington D,. C, reached the national capital today, accompanied by Major W. H. H. Llewellyn and Captain David J. Leahy. He is a guest at the Ebbitt Housn. Jose D. Sena, clerk of the Territorial is CARLOAD FROM THE HOME OF THE BIG RED APPLE -:- :-: :: Ni III WINTER GROCERY COMPANY. Southeast Corner Plaza, Santa Fe. Te.epnone no. w. Mn In the head pin anywhere, hi It cams. Pain is congertion, pain is blood pressure nothing else usually. At least, so says Dr. Snoop, and to prove it he has created a little pink tablet. T"rat tablet-called Br. Snoop's Headache Tabht coaxes blood pressure away from pain centers. Its efloctis charming, pleasingly delightful. Gently though safely, It surely equalises the blood circu lation. If you have a headache, it's blood pressuie. If It's painful periods with women, same cause. V yon an sleepless, restless, nervous, it's blood congestion blood pressure. That surely is a certainty, for Dr. Snoop's Headache Tablets stop It in 20 minutes, and the tablets simply distribute the unnatural blood pressure. Bruise your finger, and doesn't It get red, and swell, and pain youT Of course it does. It's con gestion, blood pressure. You'll find it where pain It always. It's simply Common Sense. We sell at 96 cents, and cheerfully recommend Dr. Shoop'a Headache Tablets "ALL DRUGGISTS" HEATING STOVES AND R A NGES Ranges Cheap Not Cheap Ranges Why not be comfortable in cold weather, We have an extensive line of Coal Wood and Oil Heaters from which to make selection at prices that defy competition. Our stockof Horse coversPlusl. lap robes Harness and Saddles is the n ost complete ever shown in the city, SPORTING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. NOW IS THE TIME FOR FOOT BALL We invite you to call and inspect our lines,, no trouble to show goods. n m iitil PLUMBING CALLS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. PHONE 14. Iron Pipes and Fittings, Camp Out fits, riWn Tackle. Ammunition, Rifles. Shot Ouns, Pistols A careful wife will always keeptsupiiea BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT A Positive Cure For Rheumatism, Cuts, Old Sore3, Sprains, Wounds, Stiff Joints, Corns, Bunions and all Ills. SHE KNOWS. Mrs. C. II. Runyon, Stan Ijorry, Mo. writes: I . have usedBnow Liniment and can't say enough for it, for Rheu matism and all rains. It is tho most useful medlclno to have in thehouso." Three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO., ft SELIGM AN BROTHERS COM PA IN Y DRYGCOD3 Sold and Recommended by FISCHER DRUG STORE. Supreme Court, was among .the court officials and attorneys who left this morning for Aztec to bo present at the fall term of the district court of San Juan county. Mr. Sena will officiate as court Interpreter during the session. G. H. Donart, city ticket agent of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, has returned after spending his vacation visiting relatives at Still water, Oklahoma, where he formerly resided. He was accompanied home by his wife and children who had preceded him to Stillwater. Mrs. John S. Robertson of Columbus, Mississippi and Mrs. William W. Dur den, of Winona, Mississippi, are re cent arrivals In Santa Fe and have taken apartments at St. Vincent's San itarium. They expect to remain here during the winter. Mrs. Robertson is the mother of Mrs. Durden. Dr. O. C. Hyde who has been in the city for several weeks for the benefit of his health, will leave this evening for the Fort Bayard Military sanitar ium, where he will spend the winter. He has received an appointment as acting assistant surgeon U. S. Army and -will be stationed at the sanitar ium. l: ' '-,W,-"R. Smythe, of the firm of Corbett and Smythe,' civil engineers and as sayers of Santa Fe, ha turned to. this city after completing a survey of the proposed scenic highway through tlie Pecos River national forest, con necting the gap between the Santa Fe ard '.Las Vegas ends that have al ready been completed. Colonel Edmund C. Abbott, was among the local attorneys leaving this morning for Aztec, where they will have legal business before the district court of San Juan county, which will convene there Wednesday. Colonel Abbott has been retained as counsel" for John W, Morris who is under in dlc'tment for the murder of Catalino Lobato s,nd whose trial comes up in San Juan county on a change of venue from Santa Fe county. Word has been received in Santa Fe of the bethrothal of Miss Jennie Eby of Silver City and Manuel R. Cha vez, of Mesilla. The marriage it is re ported will take place during the lat ter part of November, after which the young couple will leave on a honey moon trip to Mexico. Miss Eby Is one of the belles of Silver Cfty, pretty, popular and accomplished. Mr. Chavez is , associated with the general mer cantile firm of D. Chavez and Com pany at Mesilla. : I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. CITIES WAGJffiK Furniture Company. Iron and Brass Beds, Rattan Goods, Kitchen Cabinets, Book and Corner Stands, Just Received. EMBALMING AND UNDERTAKING A SPEC-AMY J06-8San Pranclso v . Phone 10. Night Call 'Phone n. 1. (Continued On Page Eight.) Subscribe for the Daily New Mexi can and get the newa. OPERA HOUSE. E. L."PaI Presents the THE IMFORI) STOCK CO IN "11 WHY WOMEN SIN" wnn As Diana, the Artist's Daughter. ; SUPURB CAST. The BEST of all rural Plays. An empha tic comedy drama success. To-Morrow Night "WYOMING" Special Ladles and Children Mattinee Saturday Afternoon. FRICE8 36 A 60 8eata at The Ireland Pharmacy. l I'll H 1 BBSar"' " ' I PRICE $3.00. When You Want to Buy, Sell or Exchange , nil end Keep Busy Until You Find D. S. LOW1TZKI Goods Sold on Easy Payments. Large Stock of Picture Moulding. PUREf ODD WHISKEY Our goods having been bought in bond-The Pure Food Law!, have not changed any of our labels. Phone No. 94. "THE CLUB." o THE IRELAND PHARMACY m PHESqiPTIOJY SPECIALISTS Your Prescriptions arc Filled Carefully and Accurately by a Registered Pharmacist. Phone 41 Phone 41 The New Mexican Printing Company claims to do the besk of better grades of printing and binding caters particularly people who want something a little out of the ordinary or a littls. better than the average does not claim to be the cheapest in tbi Territory, but does claim that its work is always worth the price asked for It, and this price is based on accurate knowledge of tb cost of material and skilled labor; communicate with the Com pany in regard to the next lot of printing. ' Address Ths New printing and binding in the Territory says it makes a specialty executed and t Right PricM.