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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1907.
FE NEW MEXICAN. SANTA FE, N.M. PAGE FIVE ??? Yotf cannot tell j m Can pff-hand just what it is that y.u. 1 ;mnirt8 tn Hrpss that much tell - - 3 v 'desired element called style. You recognize it when you see it, and you often wonder why it is thai a suit made by one tailor has so much more snap and tone about it than the same style suit made by another tailor It isn't in the quality of the goods alone. It isn't in the mere follow ing of the outlines of a figure on a fashion plate, but you will find it in the suits and overcoats which are made to measure by SANTA FE HABERDASHERY. Let us take your measure today and if the garments are not in everyway to your liking we don't wart you to accept them. That's fair, isn't it? ED. EHLE, Men's Outfitter. 4 Per Cent on Time Deposits ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT A ND SAVINGS ACCOUNT8. Place your account with us NOW, and when, a little later on, you may want to borrow money for any pur poie whatsoever, you will find u am ply able and disposed to accommodate you on th very best terms and rate obtainable anywhere. If you have valuable papers of any kind, such as deeds, notes, Insurance papers, etc., why not rent one of r Safety Deposit boxes, where your papers will be safe In our fire-proof vaultt .. :,,J 3 iinn i i rtJ .! I -J -I SMINOR CITY TOPICS Change of program at opera house tonight. Holiday goods to please everybody, at Fischer Drug Co. The next attraction under the aus- ; pices of the Elks' Lyceum course will ; be the Wilbur Concert Company I which will appear at the opera house on the evening of December 18. Examine our holiday stock before making your purchases. Fischer Drug Co. There will be a meeting of the San ta Fe Board of Trade tomorrow night. Every citizen interested in the wel fare of the city should make it a point to attend this meeting which will be the last one of the present year. The finest line of ladies' shopping bags ever shown in the city are to be found at Fischer Drug Co. Manager A. M. Dettlebach of the opera house gave a special matinee this afternoon at the . request of St. Michael's College, in order to give the boys of that institution a chance to see the dance of "Salome." , A large crowd attended the perform ance. Denison's full line of Holly wrap ping paper, tags, seals, coin boxes, In fact everything to make your Xmas. packages attractive at Fischer Drug Co. (Continued on Page Eight.) , , ill 4!5bRJI A r-, ill IjWRwii r? El Win Pi IZSA J?c ' 0 sa ua u U U if rw II ss u y m a a u oza u izzm Cuss Vx& zy a MARKET REPORT, CL08INQ MARKET REPORT. Atchison 71 1-4; pfd. Bo 1-2. New York Central 94 7-8. Pennsylvania 112 1-8. Southern Pacitic 72 7-8. Union Pacific 115 5-8; pfd. 79. Copper 45 3-4. Steel 27 5-8; pfd. 87. MONEYS AND METALS New York, Dec. 12. Prime mercan tile paper 7 8. Money on call firm 412; ruling rate 12. New York, Dec. 12. Lead weak 3.654.75. Lake copper, weak 1314. Silver 55 1-2. St. Louis, Dec. 12. Spelter, weak, $1.20. " WOOL MARKET. St. Louis, Dec. 12. Wool steady, and unchanged.. , GRAIN, PORK, LARD AND RIBS. Chicago, Dec. 12. Wheat Dec. 93 3-4; May 100 1-4 3-8. Corn Dec. 54 7-8; May 56 5-8 3-4. Oats Dec. (old) 50 12; May old) 5i 7-8; May (new) 52. LIVERY STABLE FINE RIGS. REUABLE JORSES. SINGLE BUGGIES, SURRIES. HACKS. CALL UP 'PHONE NO. 9 When in Need of 'Anything in the Livery Line. Drivers Furnished. Rates Right. H. ME SCO. WE HAVE A Car of San Juan Count, New Mexico m F III .... IT .-.. -a. ' v s YOU HIT THE RIGHT PEED 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. ; - . .1 ...vW-- : . . I Sole Agency For , i INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD. LEO HERSCH Wholesale atm Retail Dealers in FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES, SALT AND SEEDS. THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE GRAIN HOUSE IN SANTA FE, NEW MEX., CALL. Ap SEE FOR YOURSELF THE FINEST AND FULL LINE OF CHRISTMAS GOODS 8 Diamonds, Watches, Clocks Jewelry Silverware, Deco rated China, Novelties, Leather and Leather Ebony Goods. n'ifl MANUFACTURER a. apaz JEWELER None Wormy or Affected Good peepers Now is time to put in you winter supply PRICES REASONABLE We have the following varieties: Hunter wine Sap. Rome Beauty, Walbrage and Ben Davis H. S, KAUfJE 5 CO. 'PHONE 26. LARGEST WHOLESALE HOUSE IN NEW MEXICO ESS Prepared to Fhi Small or Large Order for Anything in GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS, SADDLERY CROCKERY, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, MILLINERY, CLOTHING 0 Compare Our Goods and Prices. We Can Supply you 1 - -www. w vuii kujpajr jiuu Quicker and Better Than Far-off Houses. Try Us. ! I w .,,,, sssamt ALAUQUIRQUt, N. M, J Mil OfflM, LAS YIGAL ft. M. - in, n i r m n , mm ltmM , ANTA R08A, N," to. i SUI1ABLE FOR US GIFTS Handsome Veil, Neck Drape, a fine Hat, Ostrich Plumes, Pretty Hand Bag, Collars, Kid Gloves, Dolls, Felt Hats, Back and Side Combs. Some pieces of stamped linen and mate rial to work It or a Birthday Pillow Top, or other fancy work. MISS. A. MUGLER, S. E. of Plaza Pork Jan. $12.85; May 13.271-2. Lard Jan. $7.90; May $6.95. Ribs Jan. $6.95; May $7.1015. LIVE STOCK Kansas City, Dec. 12. Cattle Re ceipts 8,000. Market eteady to weak. Southern steers $3.25(tp4.40; southern cows ?23.10; stockers and feeders ?34.75; bulls ?2.254.10; calves Jf3.50-6.50; western steers $3.25 5.20; western cows $2.254. Sheep Receipts 5,000. Market steady. Muttons $4.255.10; lambs j $5.256.10; wethers $3.755; fed! ewes $3 4.25. Chicago, Dec. 12. Cattle Receipts 13,000. Market ten cents lower. Beeves $3.156.25; cows $1.154.80; Texans $33.75; calves $4.75()6.75; westerns $3.104.75; stockers and feeders $24.15. Sheep Receipts 2,000. Market steady to ten cents lower. Western $24.80; yearlings $4.605.35; lambs $3.756.2u; western $3.756.15. Omaha, Dec. 12. Cattle Receipts 4,700. Market slow to shade lower; western steers $34.60; Texas steers $2.754.25; range cows and heifers $1.753.60; canners $1.252; stock ers and feeders $2.504.io; calves $3 5.75; bulls $1.603.75. Sheep Receipts 3,000:. Market steady. Yearlings $4.505; wethers $4.304.60; ewes $3.754.25; lambs $5.506. - ARE BOUND OVER TO GRAND JURY After hearing testimony yesterday afternoon at the preliminary hearing in the cases against Bert Pooler and Sam Rising, Taos saloon keeper and bartender, who are charged with hav ing sold liquor to Indians, Judge oohn R. McFie bound the defendants over to await the action of the grand Jury )f Taos county. Bail was fixed joint y at $1,000 which was promptly fur nished. Two Indians who were sum noned as witnesses testified to hav ing purchased whiskey at the saloon. Every Yomad It UUereBbeu auu iuuuiu uwtc . about U8 wonderful k MARVEL Whirling Spray 1 XlM Dew Vnelnal 5 J rime. lew:, lb vieaujre jtantly. AwyonrdraKfrlBtforlt. M t R V R T.. accent DO other, but send itmp for H!u"f h-Mln. In. finable to Arties. MAKVEL CO. !m Eait 84 SMst. NEW YORK. HENRY KRICK Sol Agent for LEMP'S ST. LOUIS BEER And All Kinds ol Mineral Waters. SODA WATER, Any Flavor you Daolro. Ordsrs Filled (or Any Amount. Mall Order will Receive Prompt Attention. Moetezl " vesus. Phone 38. SanU Fi, N. M. 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 et food that needs no pure food law. That's why you came west! There is a beautiful little valley that nestles between the hlf "lest moun tains of the Rockies on 1 le upper Pecos river; ideal altitude, 7,000 feet, and temperature Identical wlU 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 Hon, bears, deer and wolves for the hunter.' There are saddle ponies to be had for the asking, rooms In a big, rambling ranch house with wide verandas, tent rooms or a cabin If you want It, The days are never dull. Tou see a great ranch eand the genuim 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. Tou couldn't spend more than $9 a week If you tried. It the place you are looldrg for. Accommodations for both men and women. Ingtfn tfeli o on- tddreir - VALLEY RANCH, foei M. M. M Useful Presents m njC- -'v weks away its quite , " present to be give I 1 . With ClIIRSTMAS but a little over threj time that you considered en to HIM. Let ns suggest useful presents this year. They cost no 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. Does he enjoy shaving himself get him one of our excellent Sweedish razor, or a beautiful Ever Ready, Keen Kutter or Gillette Safety Razors, a fine swivel Porpoise hide strop, or Badger brush. DOCS he enjoy fine cutlery get him one6f our beau tiful carv'ng sets, desk knives, or unequalled pocket knives. Does he enjoy a day's outing We have a complete lineof guns, from the Hamilton for boys at Does he enjoy "fixing up" things We have the most complete line or excel- ZZ, lent tools in the City and can sort up a run, or partial, toolbox th&t will delight his heart and help his hand. 1.75, up to the powerful Winchester and Remington Auto matics; scabbards, holsters, cartridge belts, hunting caps and coats, and a full line of ammunition, cases and cleaning rods. Skates, wagons, wheelbarrows, coasters, Irish Mail Carts, ect., etc. Does he enjoy a drive We have an elegant undercut rubber tired runabout, several beautiful top buggies and a tine light, double, canopy top, mountain wagon, all offered at bargain prices.' Single and double driving harness, sad dies, whips, robes, blankets, bridles, and spurs. 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 "hom body;" Reading Lamps, Tobacco Jars, etc. 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 f 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. We CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. . . ,, o-rv-v-r w v ,t,- , -? , , . " iziw-s.-ftiv,-i., . 1.2 ! pnone no. 83. Mall order olven prompt attention. EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE u CSSE55!5WWC353 KSSSSSSSSZ New Mexico Military Institute. RO SWELL, NEW MEXICO. "The West Point of the Southwest." Army Officer Detailed by War Depart ment.. Army Inspectors RANK SCHOOL IN CLASS "A." Thorough Academic course, preparing young men for college or for 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 Westat 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; V. G. Hamilton, Vice President; J. Phelps White, Treasurer; W. M. Atkinson, Secre tary, and W. A. Flnlay. For particulars and illustrated catalogue address, i -" i COL. JAS. W. WILLSON, " Superintendent Kodaks and Photo Supplies ART PICTURES AND FRAMING We make a specialty of DEVELOPING, PRINT ING and ENLARGING. Mall Orders Given Prom Attention. Send for Catalogue. (gpHOWLAND A DEWEY COMPANY, r 610 t. Brodwy, Los Angeles," Calif."-