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SATURDAY, MARCH 2G, 1910.
THE SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, N. JL PAGE FIVE, THE COMFOSTiS OF 11 ADS1 IT'TfeT: VI.'-..JliP)A r a a V W. u lyf i M ft J El mm ML MEgWHO BEGAN BYf PUTTIMB IRVjaONEVIN SOCIAL AND PERSONAL J: j G. W. Bond, a merchant of Trinidad, i is at the Palace. ! M. J. Gavin, M. D., of Denver, is at j the Palace. James D. Davidson of Albuquerque, ! it at Gregg's hotel. I Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Julian, tourists ; of Kansas City, are at the Palace. I Peter Vanhouten, of Battle Creek, j Mich., is at the Coronado hotel. j J. F. Bonham, a well known attor- I ney of I-as Cruces, is at the Palace. THE THE HENRY H. ROGERS was a poor boy. He worked in a grocery. He saved his money and put it in the bank. He left an estate of 100 million dollars. Make OUR Bank YOUR BANK. We pay liberal interest consistent with safety. UNITED STATES BANK & TRUST CO- O C- WATSON & COMPANY (Established 1882) REAL ESTATE -INSURANCE SURETY BONDS. Modern Houses for RENT and SALE; Fruit Ranches and large undeveloped tracts. We have everything in the above lines. 119 San Francisco St. ISXeaZZL7 Phone. Red Ho. 189 THE Wagner Undertaking Establishment also Dealers in Furniture, FINE LINE of farpfits and RttgS -FQR THEH0USE All kinds of furnishings from chinawara to stoves, and ranges, ': Also a fine assortment of desks, chairs, table and hat racks. Wagner folding go-carts for the babies. They areGBE.T!J..,,, LdoIe over our stock aud see if there isn't something to interest you. Ornamental Doors. rati i rJiKifii are made to perfection from our Lumber) because the wcod is perfect in every particular and free from every imperfection of knots, cracks and warpings. Every foot of it is thoroughly seasoned, dried and shrunk, so it can be absolutely relied upon by carpenters and builders, and all sensible, wide-awake archi tects hereabouts particularly mention our Lumber in their specifications. , Charles W. Dudrow I J. E. Shelby, a traveling salesman j from Denver, is registered at Gregg's. A. O. Whetsel, an Indianapolis postal card salesman, is at the Claire. Attorneys 0 A. Larrazolo and A. C. de Baea of Las Vegas, are at the Claire. . L. Lewkowitz, a rigar salesman of! Denver, is calling on business men i liere today. j D. B. Simon. Joe Gack and L. B. j Young, traveling men of Denver, are at the Palace. i Alexandre Sandoval, treasurer of j Sandoval county, is at the Claire from j Albuquerque. j Territorial Treasurer M. A. Otero I is expected lioine from Pastura, Guadalupa county, on Monday. Receiver C. C. Murray, of the New Mexico Central, was a visitor this week in Albuquerque and at Estancia. Territorial Engineer Vernon L. Sul- jlivan left this morning for the lower 1 Pecos valley on good roads business. I Assistant Land Commissioner Mateo Lujan returned last evening from an! official trip to Las Cruces and El ; Paso. j j Governor and Mrs. Mills and daugh-: ter, Madeline, left for Las Vegas this! 'morning, expecting to return home j Sunday night. I Mrs. Money s dancing class gave a ; party this afternoon in the public li i brary assembly room to mark the ' close of this year's work. I Dr. E. McQueen Gray, president of the University of New Mexico and I member of the territorial board of edu ' cation has returned to his home in Al t buquerque. Dorothy, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. j Paul A. F. Walter on Thursday after I noon entertained a dozen or so of her ! girl friends in celebration of her thir teenth birthday anniversary. Prof, and Mrs. W. B. Patty, who 1 spent yesterday here, left this morn ing for Albuquerque, where Prof. Patty will lecture tonight on radium, liquid air and wireless telegraphy. j I W. D. Shea, district freight and j , passenger agent of the Denver and I Rio Grande railroad, with headquart ; ers and home in Santa Fe, was a vis j itor in Estancia valley towns this j week. j . The first social event of the Easter j season will be the dance at the public j library on Monday evening under the auspices of the Woman's Board of I Trade. It promises to be a very en joyable affair. Hon. Charles A. Spiess has returned to Las Vegas from Washington and is certain that New Mexico statehood bill will be passed by May 1, that Judge John R. McFie will be reappointed and that District Attorney E. C. Ab bott will be appointed judge for the Fourth judicial district. SICK ROOM NEEDS can be fully supplied from here, We carry u complete assortment of hot water bag sprayers, douches, bed pans and other ap pliances. We have everthlng for the In valid from the rubber pillow to make him comfortable to. The medicine that will cure Him If there Is anybody sick at your house cail on us for anything needed In .the way of Drugs or Sick Room Helps You'll Una our service prompt, thorough and reliable, and our prices very moderate. STR1PL1HG-BDRR0WS & Company. Where your dollar buys the most. To The Public have Purchased Mr. Vierra's interests in the EL PINON PHOTO STUDIO. and will be prepared to do all kinds of PHOTO GRAPHIC work. In all the new and up-to-date styles. We use the very best Lenses and all the late stylos In Cards and Folders. We are overhauling the Studio and will be ready for business MONDAY March 21st. All are cordially invited to call and see our work and get our prices. Our Motto Will be to Please. THE EL PIFON STUDIO ALKXANHKR.. Manager, MARKET REPORT MONEY AND METALS. New York, March 26. Call money nominal; prime paper 4 3-4 5 ; no stock on metals, holiday. WOOL MARKET. St. Louis, Mo., March 26 Wool, dull; territory and western mediums, 2326; fine mediums, 1822; fine, 11 16. GRAIN, PORK, LARD AND RIBS. Chicago, 111., March 26 Wheat May 113 5-8; July 107 7-8. Corn May 63 (new) ; July 64 5-8. Oats May 44 ;; July 42. . Pork May $26.45; July $25.92 1-2. Lard May $14.10; July $13.87 1-2. Ribs May $13.95; July $13.55. LIVESTOCK. Kansas City, March 26. Cattle Re ceipts 200; no southerns. Market steady. Native siteers $6.40Z8.50; southern steers $67.75; southern cows $3.606; native cows and heif ers $3.507.25; stockers and feeders $4.506.65; bulls $4.256; calves $4.509; western steers $68.25; western cows $46.50; Hogs Receipts 2,000. Market steady to five higher. Bulk sales $10.50 10.95; heavy $10.8010.90; packers and butchers $10.7010.85; light $10.4010.65; pigs $9.7510. Sheep Receipts 2,000. Market steady. .Muttons $7.25 8.60; lambs HAL LEY g : Scientists have been telling us that HALLEY'S COMET would destroy the earth and all its people, but we are not discouraged one bit, and expect to be in business in Santa Fe for a long time yet. We think the scien tists are wrong, but you cant go wrong if you buy "WESTERN SEEDS" You dont need to be a Scientist to use Our gardens tools and implements. We have all kinds of farm implements, plow, harrows, cultivators, seeders, discs, scrapers, etc. Our paints and kalsomines will brighten up your home, we have all the colors ycu want. Dont buy garden hose till you see what we are showing in that line, it costs no more than the common kind. SANTA FE HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO. JUST Call and see the Beautiful Flowers on DISPLAY. MISS A MUGLER Southeast Corner Plaza. $Lk1U.25; fed western wethers and yearlings $7.759.50; fed western ewes $7.25 8.25. Chicago, 111., March 26 Cattle Receipts, 300; market, steady. Beeves $5.758.70; Texas steers $5.106.50; western steers $5.00 7.00; stockers and feeders $3.80G.80; cows and heifers $2.907.25; calves $8.259.75. Hogs Receipts, 5,000; market, strong to 5 cents higher. Light $10.55 10.90; mixed $10.6511.00; heavy $10.7011.05; rough $10.7010.80; good to choice heavy $10.8011.05; pigs $9.8010.75; bulk of sales $10.85 10.95. Sheep Receipts, 1,500; market, steady. Natives $5.609.10; western $5.809.15; yearlings $8.009.50; lambs native $8.7510.50; western $7.5010.60. Hi, ANOTHER SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE OF KANSAS CITY. Kansas City, March 26. Mrs. Ed ward G. Cole, who was formerly Mrs. Jarvis Hunt, wife of the Chicago architect, for years a familiar figure in social circles and a horsewoman of national fame, was today sued for $250,000 damages here by Mrs. Hattie Dunwoody Cole of Chicago, the divor ced wife of Howard G. Cole. Mrs. Cole No. 1 alleged that Mrs. Cole No. 2 made love to Mr. Cole so assiduously that it became necessary for her to obtain a divorce. When Rubbers Become Necessary And your shoes pinch, shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic Pi-.vder for the feet. It cures painful, .uollen, smarting,, sweating feet, and lakes the sting out of corns and bun ions. Just the thing for patent leather shoes, dancing partise and for Break ing in New shoes. Many people can not wear heavy stockings comfort ably without shaking Allen's Foot Ease into the shoes. Sold everywhere, 25c. Sample FREE. Address, Allen S. .Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Don't ac cept any substitute. RSOi-.VtD THAT fCOWOMYi N O CRIME1. IF YQU WiSH TO MAKE VCUR OWN" "DRESTE5- the &Err GOOD MATERIALS ':i YOU CAN ;v". l r - in u i FURNISH YOU VCLr ii';iy MATE" RIALS VPYUCHTED 19. : aVTMt BUTTER BROWN CO CHICACQ. &EAUTIFUL NEW LINE OF mSSES READY MADE PRESSES FOR THE FOUR YEAR OLD OR THE THE BUDDING MI-S-S OF FOURTEEN. PRICED TO -SUIT ALL PUR.SE-S, ABORTED COLORS AND NEWEST .STYLES $1.25 TO $T.50 NICE WHITE DRE-S-SE-S -SUITABLE FOR CONFIRMATION W. N. TOWNSEND & CO. RUPUTATION -SEEKER-S CLARENDON GARDEN CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOUQUETS, and FUNERAL DESIGNS. CHOICE APPLES ivow. CLARENDON POULTRY Yards FRESH LAI!) HOGS every day R0ASTI5U CHICKENS' Pure bred barred Plymouth Rocks and White Wyandottes. Chickens are yarded in the orchard under the trees and ted', on clean wholesome food only, No chance of Tuberculosis germs nor Ptomaine poisoning. EGGS FOR HATCHING. A few choice cockerels for sale E)AY amid IrMOIKIT PAY Lt 1IUU1 -LlCVUll JCl VjKj W&e tip those d&sk places and Electrical Cooking Specialties. Santa Fe Water and Light Company n and Aftefr Mareh 1st.