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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1907.
SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, N. M. PAQE FIVI Oil Fill s n II MINOR CITY TOPICS Pick outyour CHMSTMASfjoodsnowand have them laid asid We have the LARG EST and BEST LINE of Mens goods in the City. Smoking Jackts Linen Handkerchiefs Pajamas Umbrellas Night Robes it Bath Robes Mufflers Neckwear Hoisery . Shirts Gloves Hats Overcoats and Suits to Order. Elite's Haberdashery. 4 Per Cent on Time Deposits ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT A ND SAVINGS ACCOUNT8. Place your account with ut NOW, ana when, a little later on, you may want to borrow money for any pur pose whatsoever, you will And us am ply able and disposed to accommodate you on th( very best terms and rates obtainable anywhere. If you have valuable papers of any kind, such as deeds, notes, Insurance papers, etc., why not rent one of ur Safety Deposit boxes, where your papers, will be safe In our f re-proof vault? ail tr .iiniiiiifli i v if Moving pictures and Illustrated song at the opera house, Two performances at the opera house nightly one- at 7:30 and one at 8:30 o'clock. Dr. J. A. Rolls and family have tak en up their residence in the Lucken- bach property on Grant avenue which they recently leased. Joseph E. Lacome. one of the pro prlctors of the Claire hotel who has been confined to his bed by sickness for some time, was reported today as somewhat Improved. Invitations were issued yesterday for the marriage of Miss Evelyn Dougherty of this city, and Charles L. Castle of Flagstaff, Arizona, which will take place at the Presbyterian church on the evening of December 18. On page eight of today's New Mex ican appears the quarterly report of Territorial Treasurer J, H. Vaughn for the quarter ending November 30th. It shows the finances of the territory to be in excellent shape and should be read by everyone Interested in ter ritorial affairs. The Guild of the Church of the Holy Faith will hold its yearly sale Friday afternoon, December Cth. Home-made bread, candy and all sorts of fancy ar ticles suitable for Christmas gifts will be on sale; dolls to please the most exacting child and candy made by the best candy makers in town; Santa Claus has a Christmas tree loaded with five, ten and fifteen cent articles; aprons, both fancy and for the house wife, style and finish perfect. The sale la to be held at Elks' hall on Upper Palace avenue. (Continued on Page Eight.) ... CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR PRISON SUPPLIES WE COUNT YOUR GOOD WILL 1 S I S Ldl I - W WE tianta Fe and Las .Vegas Firms Are Successful Bidders Board In spects Penitentiary. All but one of the members of the board of penitentiary commissioners were present at the semi-annual meeting of the body which was held yesterday and today at the prison. Those In attendance were Joseph F. Sulzer of Albuquerque, president; Charles F. Easley of Santa Fe, secre tary: Thomas W. Haryward, of Las Vegas, and John DeMier, of Alamo gordo. The board at its session yesterday H. S. KftUKE 8 GO. much the largest asset we have ia our business. To Uva our customers Bay to their friends, "Every statement made by S. Spitz can be relied upon" is the very best recommendation we ca strive for. Reliability is our watchword and every sale we make ifl closed only after the purchase proves entirely satisfactory. It ii I great satisfaction to buy at a store like this. Every article earriM with it our guarantee. SCDTT7 Manufacturing Jeweler, Dealer OSTX h df in Watches, Jewelry, Diamons. HAVE 0 m m tfca I 11 LARGEST WHOLESALE HOUSE IN NEW MEXICO Prepared to Fiii Small or Large Orders for Anything in GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS, SADDLERY CROCKERY, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ROOTS, SHOES, HATS, MILLINERY, CLOTHING Compare Our Goods and Prices. We Can Supply you Quicker and Better Than Far-off Houses. Try Us. wm. - ILFELD o co. I ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Met Offloe, LA VEQAt, N. M. SANTA ROSA, H. M. 1 Useful Presents A Car of San Juan Count, New Mexico LIVERY STABLE E ANGY 7 B CALL UP 'PHONE NO. 9 When in Need of Anything in the Livery Line. Drivers Furnished. Rates Riant. CHAS. CLOSSOW. I iW . v - YOU HIT THE RIGHT FEED when you strike this establishmeent we handle nothing but FRIST-CLASS FLOUR AND FEED. Those who have dealt with us don't have to be told how excellent our spe cialties are: And those who don't know our flour and feed are losing something every day they remain un acquainted. If you are one of these you should give us a trial order at once. Sole Agency For INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD. None Wormy or Affected Good peepers Now is time to put in you winter supply PRICES REASONABLE W e have the following varieties: Hunter wine Sap. Rome Beauty, . Walbrage and Ben Davis' H.S, HE 8 GO. WE !l devoted practically all of its time to opening bids and awarding contracts for provisions and other supplies for the penitentiary. Santa Fe and Las Vegas firms were the lowest bidders and secured the contracts which were awarded. The meat contract was divided be tween Armour and company and the Cudahy Packing company. The con tracts for furnishing 40,000 pounds of fresh beef and 2,000 pounds of pork sausage, and 800 pounds of oleomar garine, were awarded to Armour's while the contracts for 4,000 pounds of dry salt bacon and 2,500 pounds of bologna sausage were given to Cuda- hys. lows: Charles Ilfeld company of Las Ve gas 2,500 pounds lard compound; 1,000 pounds navy beans Browne and Manzanares company, Las Vegas 4,000 pounds coffee; 600 pounds smoking tobacco; 400 pounds cheese; 100 pounds black pepper; 200 pounds chili; 50 pounds dried cur rants; 12 cases corn, Leo Ilersch, Santa Fe 5,000 pounds pinto beans; 1,000 pounds Bait; 2,500 pounds bran. Winter Grocery Company, Santa Fe 2,500 pounds bran; 2,000 pounds hominy; 50 pounds corn starch; 40 butts chewing tobacco. II. B. Cartwright and Brother, Santa Fe 20,000 pounds flour; 5,000 pounds sugar; 1,000 pounds rice; 1,000 pounds soap; 1,000 pounds macoronl; 1,000 pounds prunes; 1,000 pounds dried ap ples; 700 pounds dried peaches; 500 pounds, oat flake; 400 pounds raisins; 300 pounds baking powder; 40 pounds tea; 300 gallons syrup; 150 gallons molasses; 42 Cases tomatoes; 8 cases salmon; 2 barrels washing powder; 12 dozen brooms; 4 dozen scrubbing brushes. . Charles Haspelmath, Santa Fe 1,500 pounds sole leather; 250 pounds heavy wax kips; 100 pounds light wax kips. Most of the time at today's session of the board was taken up in exam ining the financial records of the pris on and auditing bills which were or dered paid. Governor Curry visited the prison this afternoon, having been invited to take dinner with Superin tendent John W. Green and the mem bers of Jthe board, after which an in spection of the penitentiary was made. Price Walters, of Aztec, the absent member of the board, was unable to be present owing to receipt of a telegram calling him east to the bed side of a relative. vl$Ri:0weelc th CIIIRSTxMAS but a little over three s away its quite time that you considered the present to be given to HIM. Let us suggest useful presents this year. They cost do more (usually much less) than the useless, fancy things that disgust HIM and that are shortly put away in the closet or garrett. They con tinue a pleasant, loving reminder of the giver thruout the year. iWc ho p.niov shavirg himself-get him one of our excellent Sweedish razor, or a beautiful Ever Ready, Keen Kutter or Gillette Safety Razors, a fine swivel Pcrrxise hide strop, or Badger brush. Does he enjoy fine cutlery-get him oce6f our beau tiful carvng set, desk knives, or unequalled pocket knives. Does he enjoy vdtW N MARKET REPORT. CLOSING MARKET REPORT. Atchison 73 1-8; pfd. 82 1-2. New York Central 97 1-2. Pennsylvania 113 1-8. Southern Pacific 73 3-4. Union Pacific 117 7-8; pfd. 79. Copper 49 1-2. Steel 26 7-8; pfd. 87 7-8. MONEYS AND METALS New York, Dec. 4. Prime mercan tile paper 78. New York, Dec. 4. Lead, weak, 4 4.10; ake copper, weak, 13 3-8 5-8; silver, 57 7-8. St. Louis, Dec. 4. Speter dull, 4.40. WOOL MARKET. St. Louis, Dec. 4. Wool Market Is steady and unchanged today. GRAIN, PORK, LARD AND RIBS. Chicago, Dec. 4. Wheat Deo 97 7-8; May 100 3-83-4. Corn Dec. 55; May 56 l-45-8. Oats Dec. 48 3-8; May 52 5-83-4. Pork Jan. 12.77 1-2; May 13.17 1-2, Lard Jan. 7.97 1-2; May 7.97 1-2. Ribs Jan. 7.00; May 7.05. day's outing We have a complete line of guns, from the Hamilton for boys at 1.75, up to the powerfnl Winchester and Remington Auto matics; scabbards, holsters, cartridge belts, hunting caps and coats, and a full line of 'ammunition, cases and cleanins rods. Skates, wagons, wheelbarrows, coasters, Irish Mail Carts, ect., etc. Does h? enjoy a drive We have an elegant undercut rubber tired runabout, several beautiful top buggies and a fine light, double, canopy top, mountain wagon, all offered at bargain prices. Single and double driving names? sad dies, whips, robes, blankets, bridles, and spurs. ' Does he enjoy "fixing up" things We have the most complete line of excel lent tools in the City and can sort up a full, or partial, tool box that will delight his heart and help his hand. DOES HE ENJOY a quiet evening at home we have rocking and easy chairs that will cause him to bless your thoughfulness throughout the year and make him truly a "home body;" Reading Lamps, Tobacco Jars, etc. , , ..-," v.- ' DOES HE ENJOY a well kept wardrobe we have cheffoniers,"' ward robes and dressers that will be a constant source of pleasure. In short DOES HE ENJOY any of THE THING that MEN or BOYS USUALLY ENJOY if so you cannot make a mistake In calling for we can help you help yourself to a most suitable present. Wo CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. ,. Phone No. 83. EVERYTHING Tit ?mM m r - .. ' m -"'A-1 Mall orders given prompt attention. IN HARDWARE Subscribe for the Dally New Mexi can and get the news. LEO HERSCH Wholesale and Retail Dealers la . FLOUR, HAY", GRAIft, POTATOES, 8ALT AND 8EEOS. THS ONLY, EXCLUSIVE GRAIN HOUSE IN SANTA FE, NEW MEX WHY DID YOU COME WEST? To rest, recuperate, hunt, fish, breathe fresh, pure air, see mountain 'scenery, get a change, live a new and fascinating life under new conditions, and flet food that needs no pure food law. That's why ycu came west! . There is a beautiful little valley that nestles between the hif'icBt moun tains of the Rockies on t ie upper Pecos river; ideal altitude, 7,000 feet, and temperature Identical wil l Santa Fe. Its stream swarm with trout and the woods and ranges are filled with game large and small. The ranchers live the life of the west. There are mountain lion, bears, deer and wolves for the hunter. , There are saddle ponies to be had for the askingrooms in a big, rambling ranch house with wide verandas, tent rooms or a cabin If you want It. The days are never dull. You see a great ranch eand the genuine western life. Fresh milk, butter and eggs all you can drink and eat Sleep in blankets at night fish in your shirt sleeves during the day. You couldn't spend more than 19 a week if you tried. Its the place you are looklrg for. Accommodations for both ' men and women. faquir this Offlot or address THE VALLEY RANCH, I'tcot N. M r, 1", 1- - r New Mexico Military Institute. ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO, "The West Point of the Southwest." . Army Officer Detailed by War Depart ment.. Army Inspectors RANK SCHOOL IN CLASS "A." Thorough Academic courser preparing young men for college or foi business life. Great amount of open air work. Healthiest location of any Military School in the Union. Located in the beautiful Pecos Valley the garden spot of the West at an elevation of 3,700 feet above sea level, sunshine every day, but little rain or snow during session. Eleven fficers and Instructors, all gradu ates from standard eastern colleges. Ten buildings, thoroughly furnished, heated, lighted and modern In all respects. REGENTS E. A. Cahoon, President; W. G. Hamilton, Vice President; J. Phelps White, Treasurer; W. M. Atkinson, Secre tary, and W. A. Finlay. For particulars and Illustrated catalogue address, COL. J AS. W. WILLSON, Superintendent Drs. Diaz and Rolls ICMNS & SURGE 23 OFFICE HOURS OR. J. A. ROLLS, 10 TO 12 A. M. OR. 4. M. DIAZ, 1 TO 3 P, M. WINTER MILLINERY CHEAP. Will sell all fine Hats at 'and below cost Come and be con vinced. : . MISS. A. MUGLER, S. E. of Plaza Advertising pays. Try it and