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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1911
PAGE EIGHT SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN. F. ANDREWS Grocery, Bakery and Market. Auto Delivery Every Hour ! Auto Delivery Every Hour I EVERYTHING THERE IS TO EAT! OFFICIAL. Try Oar AUTO DELIVERY Service Phone No.4 ANDREWS PhoneNo-4 I CommiBisoners of Santa Fe Coun I ty, Santa Fe, N. M. j Dear Sir: j In reply to your Inquiry as to wheth i pi' or not the board of county commls ; (doners of Santa Fe county should be j made a party to enjoin the county as sessor upon the assessment rolls of ' Sunta Fe enmity the raise made by the state board of equalization for the year HTI, I w ill say that I believe that . the state board had the right to make the raise under the provisions of Sec. of Chapter SI. of the Laws of Iftl'i. If the state board did not have the 1 right to make the raise, or if they IFLOWERS The Clarendon Garden, PHONE 12 : SANTA FE, N. M. TAX SUIT IS TO BE FILED BY ATT'Y FOR ASS'N SANTA FE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS unr lupiiucn rn oiauuct nui IMjUKLU IU IW ULrlUftLl loused their power, the county com- ' INJUNCTION SO COMMITTEE OF I missi"ers are not the real party in imunUIIUri, dU bUmmillU " 1 intel.est to bring suit to determine ; MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION WILL j whether the state board abused their DOIUP IPTinU .power or not, if any tax payer is Dnlnll AiillUn. hurt by the action of the state board j 'he can bring an Individual suit for 'l kill rmnnC Oriirr ; himself, and In the name of all other 'LAW ArrUKuO KtLltf I taxpayer of the county to ascerttain WITHOUT COST, SAYS READ! and 0 account of J the raise any injustice has been done "" "" i to any tax payer the law provides an A tax suit growing out of the meet- ; ample remedy for the correction of ing of the .Merchants' association last j the same; it may be said that the week, wiil probably be filed late this I poor tax payer nas no remedy for the aflerno.in or tomorrow, according to j reason that he can not employ an members of the committee named at attorney. To this I will say that if that meeting. This action was taken j any injustice is done to any tax payer, after it became evident that the coun- j ),e ,j0eS not have to bring suit to cor- 5. Nine schools in the county run for five months, one for six, two for seven, 'nine for eight months, and eight for 'nine months. Only three teachers in I the county hold third grade certift jcates, 1!J hold second grade and the j balance are first grade, five year or iife certificates. I In U. S. Court. . 1 John S. Tarin was arrested at Lumy last night by U. S. Deputy Marshal jBaca and will be arraigned this after ;noon before Judge William H. Pope ;in the Ir. S. district court, on the charge of robbing the mails. Tarin is a reform school youth who was par doned and then got into new mischief. New Incorporation. The Southwestern Metal Manufac turing company of Albuquerque, John Herkenhorf, agent, filed incorporation papers with the state ' corporation commission today. The capital stock iis $25,000, divided into $100 ..shares. The company starts business with $3,000. subscribed, held by the follow ing who are the incorporators: F. W. Sutton, ten shares, Spencer, Okla.; W. E. White, ten shares, Spencer, Okla.; R. B. Sutton, San Antonio, N. M., five shares, and Anna D. Sutton, San An tonio, N M., five shares. SOUTHERN PACIFIC MEN TO STRIKE THIS EVENING Houston, Tex., Nov. IS. Prepara tions for a strike at 7 o'clock tonight were being made today by the more than 2,500 operating employes of the Sunset Central lines of the Southern Pacific railroad. The men at 1 o'clock this afternoon had received no reply to their ultimatum of last night de manding joint adjustment of their grievances. Even an offer of mediation from the federal board of mediation and conciliation might not prevent the strike, it was said, the union leaders contending that nothing in the New lands act would prevent a walkout be fore mediation is begun. DON'T WANT EULOGY OF BREWER IN RECORDS. Washington, D. C, Nov. 13. Speak er Clark received today and dropped into tlie bill hopper of the house a pro test from the National Woman's Chris tian Temperance union, "against plac ing in the permanent congressional record the funeral oration pronounc ed over the remains of the late Adol phus Busch, a brewer of St, Louis." The protest set forth that a reso lution to that effect was passed at a convention of the organization at Asbury Park, N. J., representing 300, 000 women. . ty commissioners did not favor the idea of filing a blanket suit as was done by the .commissioners in Kddy county. rect the error or injustice, as by a simple petition he can bring the mat ter before the district court. I section , ot t:napter H4, or I lie The commissioners were probably j Laws of 1913, among other things pro influenced in this decision by a letter j v-jles as follows: from District Attorney Alex Read to j "And any taxpayer complaining of the chairman, Jose Ortiz y Pino, who any injustice may submit his com had requested legal advice on the sub- j plaint to the district attorney, and if ject. Mr. Read upholds the state board, the district attorney is satisfied that of equalization, but states that a 'correction or change should be mads method of relief is afforded the tax payer who is honestly injured by the raise. In discussing the taxation matter today, a point was brought out, by a man familiar with the situation, which is also prominently mentioned in Mr. Read's letter. That is, that to the tax so as to avoid injustice to the tax payer, it shall be his duty to submit the mat'.er to the district court and ask for an order that such correction be made, without cost to the taxpayer injuriously affected.'' I can see no legal reason for the board of county commissioners of qRR ghbishop pit aval will dediga te er lame da 's church His Grace, the Most Rev. J. B. Plta val, archbishop of Santa Fe leaves this afternoon for Bernalillo where he will clebrate a requiem high mass for the late Dean Splinters tomorrow. This service is known as "the month's mind" and will be attended by priests from neighboring towns and missions. On Sunday the archbishop syiH be the central figure at an imposing cere mony: the dedication of the new'" Cath olic church at Alameda, 7 or 8 miles from Albuquerque. This mission of Alameda has long been supplied by the Jesuit fathers and it was due to the indefatigable zeal of Father F. Troy, S. ,T., that the fine church now ready for dedication was erected. The church is to be dedicated in honor ot the Blessed Virgin. Several priests from Albuquerque will be present at the ceremonies and one of the prominent visitors from outside the state will be the Very Rev. J. J. Brown, S. J., president of the Sacred Heart college In Denver, and superior of the Jesuit missions in New Mexico and Colorado. Father Brown is the new superior of the province. His Grace the archbishop, will ' re turn to Santa Fe Monday afternoon to attend to correspondence which has accumulated during his visit to Bos- ! ton where he attended the great, mis j sionary congress at which sixty or ! more bishops and several archbishops (the cardinal of Boston and the papal i delegate, were present. payer who has made an honest return : Santa Fe county to in any manner of his property, a means of relief is j whatsoever he a party to any proceed offered, if he is unjustly affected by a I nK to enjoin the county assessor from blanket raise, such as was complained j entering the raise made by the state of at the meeting last week. This re-; hoard of equalization on the assess lief is also without cost to him, if he j nient rolls of Santa Fe county for the Is unjustly injured, but it is not a; year 1913, and my advice would be to safe remedy for a man who has not I let some one else enjoin the county made an honest return, for it is cer- j assessor if they desire, and that the tain to develop a perjury charge, j county commissioners of Santa Fe either growing out of his original j county be not a party in the action sworn statement, or his petition to the taken against the county assessor. Tax Suits Filed. Suits were filed in the district court today against the First National and the State National banks to compel payment of taxes levied against these institutions for the year 1912, says the Albuquerque Herald. The banks claim that their taxes are excessive and for this reason have resisted payment. Some months ago suits were filed against the banks for the taxes for the first half of 1912, and these actions were today dismissed on motion of the district attorney. On Asylum Board. Bernhardt Appel, of Las Vegas, Was today appointed a member of the board of trustees of the New Mexico Asylum for the Insane, vice Dan Stern, resigned. court for relief. If his original return was just and fair, a raise Is unfair: and he is entitled to relief, but if he . turned in his property for less than its j taxable value, (when the law requires j a sworn statement), and then applies j Yours very truly, ALEXANDER READ. " District Attorney. Eddy County Schools. A. E. Bailey, county superintendent for relief, he is liable for punishment ; 0f Eddy county, has filed with the for perjury. See Sec. ip, Chap. 84, 'state educational department,, the re Laws of 1913. Iport on Eddy county schools. This Mr. Head's letter to the chairman of shows 81 teachers employed, including the county commissioners is as fol lows: Santa Fe, N. M., Nov. 12, 1913. Hon. Jose Ortiz y Pino, Carlsbad and Artesia. The number of schools with one teacher is 2f; number with two teachers, 3; number with three teachers, 2; number of Chairman of the Board of County ; schools with Jour or more teachers, Herring to Roswell. Adjutant General Harry T. Herring left this afternoon for Roswell, where he will spend the next few days get ting his affairs in shape, preparatory to actively taking up the work with the national guard. He expects to re turn some time next week. Captain James Baca has been assisting the new adjutant general with the details of the office, Captain Baca, having un til recently been detailed as clerk in the adjutant general's office. .' LOCAL ITEMS. No- home should be without a hot water bottle. Its uses are many all the year 'round. Zook has some dandies. The Rexall Store. LOST One Crenry Motorcycle chain near plaza. Reward, Jesse L. Nusbaum. ..Born To Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schnepple, of Espanola, on Thursday, November 13, 1913, a son. Mr. Schnepple formerly resided in Santa Fe and was a live wire of the com mercial club. The finest line of Electrical Glass ware ever displayed in this city. Gnagey & Ervien. 1 Buffalo Dance The Buffalo dance ; at Tesuque yesterday drew many : Santa Feuns who motored out to the famous pueblo to see the Indians in I their glory. The dance did not begin i until 1 p. m. It was pronounced a ' great success by Indian dance con noisseurs. When Interested in a Perfect Fit ting Corset see Miss Helpling. Call and have a trial fitting. If you suffer with cold feet, our hot water bottles will prove a comfort on cold nights. Zook's Pharmacy, The Rexall Store. Climate Booklets The booklets on Santa Fe's climate, which have been prepared under the auspices of the chamber of commerce, will be distrib uted at the special meeting tomorrow night. The booklets now are in press but a sufficient number of copies will likely be ready eo that the members of the chamber may get a glimpse of tjie work. Hunt, search, seek where you might, you cannot find better rubber goods than at Zook's, The Rexall Store. Dance at De Vargas Manager Hall, of the De Vargas hotel announces to day that the first of a series of ten formal dances will be given at the hotel Saturday, November 22. The dance will be an invitation affair in the sense that only those who receive Invitations may purchase tickets which will be $1 each, midnight sup per or light refreshments a la carte extra. The dancing will begin at 9:30 and the. music will be furnished by the Elks excellent orchestra, S. C. Mc Crimmon, manager. "We shall pro vide a dance floor as fine "as any in the state, with lots of room to whirl and twirl," said Mr. Hall. "We wish to make these danceB a source of en oyjnient for the winter season, follow ing the custom of the great hotels of the famouB tourist cities. I am select ing an Invitation committee which will be announced tomorrow." Dona Ana Going Dry Such was the news brought to Santa Fe today by residents of that county. In an elec tion In a district including seven towns in the southern part 'of the state, the sale of "wet" goods was of ed out by big majorities, The towns included in the district are San Mi guel, La Mesa, La Union, Chamberino on the west side of the Rio Grande and Mesqulte, Berlno and Anthony on the east side of the river. The vote for no saloons was almost unanimous in some localities, La Union doing dry by 71 to 7, Berino dry by 37 to 1 and Chnrmerino by 57 to 4. Tennis Game Owing to the balmy weather, the game of tennis is being ! resumed. Several players were seen j this afternoon on the court of the U. S Indian Industrial school. Tennis in the middle of November may , sound FANCY WORK GOODS Beautiful line of Stamped : Linen and Stamped Art Cloth, Cushion Tops and the pillows for same. Embroidery Sets and Embroidery Floss in Royal So ciety, the D. M, C. and the Gre cian Silk Floss. Crochet Cottons, Crochet and Embroidery Needles. MISS A. MUGiER MILLINER like California hut it speaks eloquent ly of Santa Fe's climate. The cham ber Of Commerce will hnvo it hlnnltlet. out tomorrow on the subject of cli mate. Chamber of Commerce There will bo a special meeting of the Santa Fe. Chamber of Commerce at 8 o'clock tomorrow, Friday, night at the new quarters in the Old Barracks on Lower Palace Avenue. MALONE CONFIRMED; NO TAMMANY PROTEST Washington, D. C, Nov. 13. Dudley Field Malone was conrnied by the sen ate today as collector of customs at New York. There were reports of an impending fight against him by the Tammany organization, but no protest was lodged. SIX AND SIX ON CURRENCY MEASURE. Washington, D. C, Nov. 13. The six administration Democrats of the senate banking committee met today to continue work on the currency bill they will report to the senate; while Senator Hitchcock, the so-called In surgent Democrat, met with the five Republicans and worked on a dissent ing report. LABOR CONVENTION WAITS FOR COMMITTEE REPORT8. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 13. The Amer ican Federation of Labor was in ses sion less than an hour today. No com mittee was ready to report and the convention adjourned until tomorrow, the understanding being that the com mittees would spend the remainder of the day in work. Coffee "Who says S'.hilling,'s Best, in aroma-tight cans is uncqualed at the price and unsurpassed at any price ? Who? Moneylmck; with yourself the undisputed judge. Cleanly granulated; in Mb, 2-lb and 2-lb cans; 40c. 80c and 1. 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