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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1913.
SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN. PACE Fit FOR RENT 9-Room House, Bath flange and Electric Lights Opposite Elks' Opera House. Price, per month. .. .$40.00 6-Room House, Bath, Range and Electric Lights. Chapelle Street. Price, per month 22.00 6- Room House, Bath, Range and Electric Lights. Washington Avenue. Price, per month 35.00 7- Room, Nicely Furnished House. Palace Avenue Three Months, (No Children). Price, per month.. 50.00 5-Rocm House, Furnished, Good Location, Eaih, Electric Lights, Etc Price, per month 45.00 O. C. WATSON & CO. (C. A. BISHOP, PROP.) INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, LOANS, SURETY BONDS. Phone, 189 J. 119 San Francisco St., : : Santa Fe. New Mexico SHOWER IS GIVEN FOR EDITH HAMPEL unlay from AlbticUtrUf! where t-lu1 'spent the piibt ten days. On Feb. uth ; Mr. anil Mrs. Kssingr expect to leave for Chicago for a visit with their Misses Auita and Kamcma llaca duiisht.-r .Mrs. ('has. .1. Uurges. ARTS AND CRAFTS ! ARTISTIC XMAS GIFTS Th were hosieses last evening in their heme on Washington avenue at an old fashioned taffy pull and shower given in honor of Miss Edith Hampel, who is to become a bride on January 14th next. U was oiiginuily Intended to be a shower by the girls of the young- l er set, but at i)::io the Baca home was j stormed by over a dozen of Santa Fe's ! young men, friends of the partici- pants, and the floors were cleared and :an old fashioned dance was indulged LOCAL ITEMS. Hammered Brass Electric Reading lLamps, Hand Wrought Silver Pen jdants, Desk Sets in Hammered Brass jand Copper, Letter Racks, Paper Cut- ters, Rocker Blotters, Hammered Cal- WE SHOW ALL SIZES AND ALL I ndal"8. Tie Racks, Wisk Broom Hold THE GOOD STYLES IN BOYS' ers' Etched Match Holders, Hammered SWEATERS; WE HAVE A VARIETY jCopper and Brass Bowls and Trays, JUST ARRIVED AT THE BIG j Belt Pins' Bar Pin8' Ha Pins' Candle "5TORF N SALMON 'Sticks. Special orders made on short notice. MRS.W. LINDIiARDT 125 Palace Avenue. M M i Pin-Ton Chocolates in attractive I Xnias boxes. Get them at Zook's. ', Legal Holiday Tomorrow, January ! in. After dancing to their lieansil, is a legal holiday in all slates ex- content and enjoying the ;;iaffy-puU '.jcept Kansas and Massachusetts. jc : . . .. light refreshments were sefved and a Chef Harada, of the He Vargas hotel, j vprv nlesnnt evpninir .vena wnnml nn to ihuu nrvnunil n uiulul Yi Vonr'i ;'F IT COMES FROM HERE, '.he strains of "llomw Sweet .Home." menn which will be served for fifty " rrn CCiliS. New Year's Greetings are extended the patrons of 11. S. Kaune & Co., and you should read their pledge for the coming year, in another column. SOCIAL CALENDAR. (jnagey & Ervien for the Edison uecemcer. Wednesday, Dec. 31. New Year's : ai He Vargas hotel, (be-1 m.) ; January. ! ADOLF SELIGPrlflH fjf GOODS CO. THIS WEEK'S MEN'S AND BOYS' READY-TO-WEAR SUnS AND OVERCOATS All Wool Blue Serge for Men, $11. 95 worth $18. WATCH OUR WINDOWS. SPECIALS 210 SAN FRANCISCO ST., PHONE 180. J PERSONALS , Eve Dance j jgins 9:30 p PLUMBING HEATING STOVEWORK Santa Fe Hardware & Supply Co. Everything In Hardware. LUDWIU WM. ILFELD.' W . H. WICKHAM Thursday, Jan. 1 Governor and llrs. McDonald will receive from 2 to 5 p. m. Xew Year's nay at the Execu tive Mansion. Thursday, Jan. 1. Fellowship class will hold banquet at night at the Mon tezuma hotel. Thursday, Jan. 1 Ball at Armory for First Kegiment Band. Friday, January 2. Dance at the Elks home. (Sp. m.) Friday, Jan. 9 Violin recital by Prof. . I,. Tello, Scottish Rite Cathe dral. Friday, January 9. The play "Mutt and Jeff" at the Elks theater. Tuesday, Jan 20 A "Beriot" violin recital by Prof. I. h. Tello, Scottish Rite Cathedral. Friday, Jan, 30 Third of tfie 1fi14 violin recitals by Prof. I. L. Tello. Scottish Rite Cathedral. J. 11. MeHughes is here from Or-rillos. William Mcintosh rancher of Mcintosh, is at the Monte zunia. Sir. and Mrs. E. V. Brewer, of Trini dad, are sightseers registered at the 'Dp Vargas. Miss Claude Albright, Xew Mexico's ssHENRY KRICKes- DISTRIBUTOR OF LEMP'S KEG and BOTTLE BEER BUDWEISER IN BOTTLES Manufacturer of all kinds of Soda Waters made from Pure Distilled water. Agent for Manitou Spring Mineral Water. - TELEPHONE 35 J Santa Fe, New Me. THE STAR BARN W. A. WILLIAMS, - - PROPRIETOR. GENERAL LIVERY Hack and Baggage Lines. Entire Stable Re stocked. Best Rigs you can get. SADDLE PONIES TWO AND FOUR HORSE OUTFITS. PROMPT SERVICE. Phone 139. 310 San Francisco St. .Mazda lamp. Hie only reliable lamp on the market. Why? Thos. A. 1 son. 'miff said. THE BEST CLOTHES MADE AT REASONABLE PRICES IS WHAT YOU MAY ALWAYS EXPECT TO ! FIND HERE. THE HUB, N. SAL MON. Happy and Healthful The Modern ! jCiroeery greets you today in their new jail with "Chunks" of prosperity, etc.: See notice in another column. I Start the New Year with Sunbeam ; Mazda lamps and beat the light com ipany out of two thirds of your electric : ; light bills for 1!)!4. Sparks Klectric j j Company. Open evenings. i i Special Services Thursday On ' (Thursday, January 1st, 1911. iThe ; Circumcision I . there will be a cele-i Miration of the Holy Communion at 1 ' ' a. m. at the Episcopal church, i Masses at Cathedral On tomorrow, i Lew Year's day the masses, at the; (Cathedral of St. Francis will be ns . (follows: First mass at 7 a. in.; second ;iiiass, la solemn hih mass) at !):3n ja m. followed by benediction. i Music Lessons Prof. ' i. h. TVllo, who has studied in Merlin, w'il he the well known j ,i(,aso(j t0 gve lessons in vio'in, vio- lincello and piano. Terms or applica tion. Phone 255 W., residence of Frank Plomteaux, 1M Ornllos street. Santa Fe. WHETHER IT I" A SUIT CASE, BAG OF ANYTHING ELSE IN HAND WE BUY OUR TRUNKS FROM THE BEST MANUFACTURERS WE KNOW ANY THING ABOUT AND THEY ARE BUILT ON HONOR. WE CAN SHOW YOU ANY SORT OF A TRUNK YOU DESIRE AT THE BIG STORE. N. SALMON. Dinner at Executive Mansion- fiov- l. icrnor and .Mrs. McDonald will n'vi' u dinner at 7 o'clock tonight in lienor of .Miss Helen Lauj-'hlin and her lit liance, Mr. Kmory M. Marshall. Covers are laid for twenty, and the place cards will be decorated with hsiml painted roses. Baskets of pink roues will adorn iho table. Tile guests are: Mr. and Mrs. YV. H. .Miirsliall, Mr. Mid Mrs. A. H. Marshall, Miss Hotuiie .V!,rshall, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ja.wie, Air. Emory Marshall, Miss Ki.leen Mc Millen and Lawrence I.ee, of Albu- (iueriue: V. .f. Barker and Ceor,t ' , Kmory Moore, of Santa Fe; Mr. Pat-1 rick, of Denver: Miss Winltrod ' Rchuler. of Raton: .Imlfie and Mr?. N. 1 11. I.iiiitihlin. Miss Helen l.aimhlin an-1 1 M'ss Until l.aui;lilin. :::; INSURE WITH IIAUVARD AND REST CONTENT. FIRE INSURANCE! THE BEST ANY MAN CAN HAVE 2 - Stone Cell House at the Penitentiary will convince yon of the necessity of protection. LET IS HRNISII THAT PROTECTION NOW JOSEPH B. HAYWARD, MANAGER. Rooms JUnd 9, Capital City Bank Building, Santa Fe, N M. "Ic IFTfs RE AriSTATE, IIAYWARDTiAS IT. :::: MOVE TO QUASH FEDERAL INDICTMENTS. Kansns City, Mo., Dec. ;!1. A mo tion l.o quash indictments returned recently by the federal grand jury cliai'sing several olllcinls and aneiiir of tile Florida Fruit Lands company with misuse of Hie, mails was filed in the federal district court here thli afternoon by Herbert S. Hartley, form erly governor of Missouri, represent ing some of the. persons indicted. CORRICK LIVERY BARN NOBBIEST OUTFITS IN THE CITY Buggies and Saddlers a Specialty. flack and Hngay,e Transfer. Prompt Attention and the test of .Satisfaction Guaranteed. 104 DON (JASPER ST. Telephone C W only grand opera star, left this after- j BAGGAGE, YOU'LL FIND THE noon for her home in Albuquerque. ; RIGHT SORT HERE. THE HUB, N. M. S. Groves, member of the cor- I SALMON. poration commission, will return to night from El Paso, where he spent Christmas. Miss Harriet Pain has returned from an absence of a few weeks visiting with friends in Texas and other south ern points. James E. Powers, hydrographic en gineer, returned yesterday from San ta Rita, where he spent Christmas with his parents. "Mi'b. John W. Collier and daughter left last night for Haton where they will make their future home, Mr. Col lier being employed there. Attorney It, S. Wilson, one of the leading attorneys of Raton, who lias been in the city on legal business, re turned home last evening. Mr Gauss, one of the new me r.'iers How's This'i We offer One Hundred Dollars He ward for any case of Catarrh that con not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F , I J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and ' believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially i ! Club Reception Postponed On ac count of the various other functions on New Year's eve and New Year's day, the annual reception of the Santa Ee Woman's club will not. be held to- 'able to carry out any obligations made morrow but will be given on the even- by his Arm. ing of Monday, January 5tb. j NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, ', All the popular brands of cigars in j Toledo, O. ' Xmaa boxeR. Zook's. i Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter The Tax Situation Many com- j nally, acting directly upon the blood: and mucous surfaces of the system, j Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Tnug gists. j Take Ilall'R "amlly Pills for corstl- HAVE s' J74 vC i A4" S A' Nthinq A 4 1 i' -p 'hi MAi MZ-rcmx have! N ,Z iMmfimZ (Bad luck bv nomrf ) RESOTJVCP That peopltt make THETfc Good luck by DGINci W RICHT THING VE HAVE MADE OURS BY HOT A5U5IN(5 THE C0MFIPENCE OrOUR FtfUOHS. 5QIAR.E, DEAL AWfitfS WINS. YSimHTlb KEEP OWL PATR.OHS plaints are being aired about taxes taxes taxes. District Attorney Read stated today that where errors have been made, he will present the mat ter to the district court if the tax payers file their complaints in proper j paO'-" j form. ! i According to the Congressional ltec- j - old of Dec. 2.1d, h. Pascual Martinez, lrniMl I II f i MTTt Til nPTi I was ennHt nipil liv ttie Kemile as nost- ! VIII I I I IV nil :f Ch.ef Espe s field force, arrived in ,.,. Hl Taos 0I1 wt day. tIl8 110.n- j L.L If ill t up in the j the city. Messrs. Cullom and Qmim , nMion was HWIt in the day before. , morning with Thomas Ranch! will arrive Sunday. I .Martinez until his nomination for ! . , . Krentfast Allfirn Charles Christian, the baritone who j tmBBter at Tao8 wa8 secretar.v t0 Sausage for Break ast. AIIQro., made such a hit last night, left today ,c , nian H B Kergusson. cersor call THE Hit) (IRANDbi I for Albuquerque. . Mr. Christian is a noN'T FORGET WE HAVE A LINE LIVE STOCK CO.. Phone 74 J. 1 native of the Isle of Man. j0F SHIRTS THAT WE DISPLAY IN Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Correll, of Ak-IthE NEWEST STRIPES, PLAIN AND ion, Colorado, were the guests yester- j PLAITED YOU'LL NEVER WEAR day, of Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Hall, BETTER SHIRTS. COME AND PRICE leaving for their home this morning. THEM. THE HUB, N. SALMON. Mr. and Mrs. A. .layner, of Moor- ,Xmas Dav in Santa Fe A new croft, Wyoming, are registered at the ,p,o(o take,n ,Xmas daV( the very befjt iney nave come nere 10 d . wrtoc. sho-vving the oldest i building in the 1'. S. A., the renowned Plaza, and Iho bills in the distance. Sent by mail at cost price. One copy, 3 0c: two, 13c': one doz., 7flc. Walter Norton, business College, Box 3S7, JOHN W. MAYES, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, SURETY BONDS. I buy and sell Mortgages, Stocks and Bonds of all kinds, Loan Money on real estate and othe securities. If you have money to loan list it with me. If you want to buy a good first mortgage or a high class security call on me. Telephone 194 W. Room 24 Laughlin Bids;. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Montezuma. attend Alias Helen Laughlin's wedding tomorrow. Stanley Seder, the organ virtuoso j who came here yesterday from the).. Duke City to take part in Miss AI- unguis cuiieei i, icit nn aucniuuu ! Santa Fe. for Albuquerque. ' Volunt(;ers FirstSeveral Santa Miss Eileen McMillen. a prominent j Feala ,Jave asked (hf; New Mpxican society girl of Albuquerque, arrived j ,Q )jmhp a corn;ction al)01lt th(J tinle m tne city toaay to auenu me . tlle arl.jvai ot the cilv's volunteer T. F.TANNUS, M.D. PRACTICE LIMITED TO EKE, EAR NOSE THROAT Capital City Bank Building. OFFICE HOURS JJp'JfcS; Santa Fe, N. AI. Phone 52 J. jj1 ff ,NEW MEXIUaA' PRINTING 00, M 1 .iioual Agents lur Slolccroickc 1 1 J "Elastic" BDokcass IlgiSll; LI Y and Desk combined. JSEf y A A Desk Unit with few or J many Book Units as oVsited. -E-'!!!!t4 I desk and tookcaieeverraade, I i.BTEMSSiS B Roomy, convenient, attrac- rM1"i?)i I fl B five. We want to show yoo tef jH-sSie IS its advantages aod possi- 3STii';Dffi' ft bilitira. C;U,wfittof phont' J 2Z!JijfPr It ding of Miss Helen laughlin tomor row evening. Miss McMillen Is at the DeVargas. Miss Olive .Thomas, an attractive and accomplished girl from Alamo gordo, who has been visiting Miss Isabel Walker at Her Home on urant i Name Changed The name avenue, leaves Friday for Albuquer- weekly newspaper known as fire department at the penitentiary fire Monday. The Santa Fe boys ar rived at the penitentiary before the Indian fire lighters, Fire Chief Owen taking charge of the (Ire and sending ; calls for additional help. of the the Las H. S, 8 que to return to the State University, j Vegas Democrat has been changed to She will be accompanied by Miss Walker who is also a student at the varsity. . Mrs. Henry Essfnger returned yes- WE ARE NOT DEPENDING ON GOOD LUCK. WE ARE MAKING GOOD AND TAKING A CHANCE ON WHAT HAPPENS. IF WE PLEASE YOU AND GIVE YOU YOUR MONEY'S WORTH WE CAN'T HELP BUT SUC CEED. ALL OF OUR HARDWARE WILL STAND THE HARDEST WEAR. LONG YEARS IN THE BUSINESS HAVE TAUGHT US THE KINDS THAT BEST STAND THE TEST. WE ARE HERE TO STAY A LONG TIME, AND WE KNOW WE CAN DO BEST BY SELLING THE BEST. WOOD-DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY. PHONE 14. "IF IT'S HARDWARE WE HAVE IT." PHONE 14 MOVING DAV (S NEAR The first of the year many people plan to get comfortably located far the year. I have many very desirable furnish ed and unfurnished cottages and fur nished rooms for light housekeeping that can be had now If taken quickly. Large 10 room modern house, close in, $50.00, 5 room modern cottage, near Palace avenue, $20.00. 5 room modern cottage on Palace avenue, $25.00. 5 room modern cottage on Lincoln here Friday, January 9. the Las Vegas Weekly News and will be published under that, name from now on. Joe Jsquel will continue as editor. He announces the policy of the paper will be independent and will not be controlled by any set of men. Las Vegas Optic. NOW COMES THE TIME OF THE YEAR WHEN EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD SHOULD HAVE A PAIR OF SHOES. THE SHOES OF QUAL ITY AT THE BIG STORE. N. SAL MON. It's enough to simply announce the coming of "Mutt & Jeff in Panama." The house will be packed as it always Is when Hud Fisher's brain folks come to town, therefore the manager of the Elks theater is not "kidding you when he advises you to secure seats at first opportunity and avoid disap pointment at the box office. It'll be Where Quality Governs the and Price the Quality Price UNITED STATES BANK ft TRUST CO. Does a General Banking Business. 4HMII UltltUmillHIlttmillllHIIHIIMIIIItllllllllllllltlHllllllHlllllllllllllllllHIHtlllh Your Patronage Solicited I iftmiiMmiiMHtiMtimiMii N. B. LAlGBI.Iiy, President. ' '- JW. E. GRIFFIN, Cashier. J. B. LAMY, Vce-PresideaL . avenue, $22.50. 4 nice living rooms on Plaza, snap at $12.00. 5 rooms near capital, good condition, no bath, $18.00. 6 rooms modern, near capital, suitable for two small families, $30.00. 5 rooms very modern and close in, nicely furnished, $30.00. 2 large front rooms, very desirable and convenient with or without heat. 2 large rooms and cummer kitchen, close in, $11.00. 3 large furnished rooms for light housekeeping, $12.00. 3 large furnished rooms for light housekeeping, $10.00. Many very desirable rooms In pri vate residences for right parties. Solve the Christmas problem today. Fancy boxes stationery, Kodaks, Per fumes, hand mirrors. Brushes, Baby Sets. Zook's Pharmacy, Inc. That Dance Tonight As there are many visitors in the city who desire to come to the De Vargas dance to night In "evening togs" Manager Hall stated today that there will be "no closed season'" on full dress suits. Those in business suits, however, will be welcome, he added. Mr. Hall had workmen busy all day decorating the ball room which promises to be a suit able setting for the great New Year's eve dance. An attractive menu for the midnight Bupper has been printed. From all indications, the attendance at the dance will be large and every one will have a good time. YOU CAN CHECK YOUR TRUNK WITH SAFETY AND CONFIDENCE New Year's Greeting! We want to express our appreciation of the business given us during the year just closing. It has been our desire to give entire satisfaction, and we trust that the pleasure has been mutual. If you will give us your busi ness for the coming year we will do ev erything we can to make it both Happy and Successful. H. S. HE 8 CO. Where Prices Are Best For Safe Quality. "Yes, cur new wagon 's a Studebaker -the only kind we KNOW" "The Studebaker idea lias been in our family for sixty years. We have never thought of buying any other kind of a wagon." "It's true, we're continually being offered other wagons costing a little less, with lots of promises as to what they will do. But we know in our family what a Studebaker will do. A few dollars difference in price doesn't mean much. It's the service a wagon gives that we consider most." "Long service for a fair price means more every time than short service for a few dollars less." "That' why we stick to Studehater and "Stick to Stude-' baker' is a pretty good motto for a man who uses wagons. "Studebaker wagons are built of good stuff. They're made ;; right by people who've had years and years of experience in i making them right people who are trusted the world over.' "Studebaker wagons last, because they're made to last "Look out for the dealer who tells you his wagon is just as good as a Studebaker. That's my advice after a good deal of experience and the experience of all of my people. You get a Studebaker and you've got a safe investment.' See ear Dealer or wrllt us. STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. NEW YORK CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CITY PBNVEB MINNEAPOLIS SALT LAKE CITK SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND, OKE,