Newspaper Page Text
The latest Breakfast Food, prepared on the prem ises, will be served free to all visitors at GRAAF & f.lOORE'3 . Saturday and Monday WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, OCT 17. 1900 Advertising Id first local colamn, In: Ib thcr columns, 10 cents II n cents s For ntca aa classified advertlsemonts. For Sal For Raat. Wanted, etc.. sea classilled column a second page. For rates on tons; time locals Call at office. EVENING ECHOES. Have you registered? Don't fail to register. There is a sugar famine in town to day. llfeld'8 unloaded a car of sugar yes terday. Special meeting of the city council, this evening." You can detect a candidate by his grim and grip. Treat a man like a dog, and you make him one. It's not now "hovs your healLh?' hut "have you registered?" It will be a young presidential con test in San Miguel county. How long will the present lull In the baby-producing pastime last? J. Stern is moving into his new house on Eighth street J. N. Shirley is moving into the house a few doors west of his former residence. V. A. Henry and wife are expected to return tomorrow from their sojourn at Mineral hill. This has been pension examining dav at Dr. W. R. Tipton's office in the Crockett building. This paper is constantly receiving manv handsome compliments on Its enterprise and merits. The Brotherhood' of Railway Train men will give a dance at the Montezu ma hotel, Thanksgiving eve. Presiding Elder S. W. Byrd, of the A. M. E. church, will hold quarterly meeting services this evening. BRYAN AND STEVENSON CLUB. A Large Attendance And Some Nota ble Speechet Made. SPECIAL ! The Bryan and Stevenson club was well attended last night, the council room of the city hall being crowded and many people using the standing room. In the absence of President W. B. Bunker, E. C. de Baca presided. The first speaker Introduced was Col. H. J. Budd, a member of the national democratic committee from Iowa, -fie did not attempt to make an oratorical speech, but did speak with force and earnestness, from the view-point of a man of affairs who has studied nation al questions. Speaking on the silver question, he said that coinage, at the ratio of 16 to 1, la the self-evident ra tio of the production of the two metals that has been established by the American people eince 183?, without change or repeal. One of the amusing things in connection with the money question, is that business men go wild over the thought of having a currency which is redeemable in anything ex cept the honor and Integrity of the American people. In this connection Mr. Budd gave the incident of Mr. Wheeler, of Iowa, one of the best known importers of fine horses in the country, who on one of his trips to France, because of the press of cir cumstances, took with him $1,000 in paper money, with his other money. This he offered to the bank of Paris for safe-keeping, when, to his great surprise, the bank took the promises to pay on account of the integrity and honesty of the nation behind it, while the redeemer of the paper money car ried by Mr. Wheeler was taken for its own weight and fell off $25 on the thousand! On the subject of imperialism, he asked if the shooting of the unarmed miners of Pennsylvania, a few years ago, was not imperialism, what was It? If the trust that has $48,000,000 of watered stock with $2,500,000 Invested that can call out the militia of the country when the firm that has a cash investment for its entire capitalization and does a legitimate business, can not, if that is not imperialism, what is it? " The trusts were handled In a way showing their injustice . in raising prices by limiting production, and turn ing numberless men out of employ ment From Mr. Budd's position on the na tional committee, he has great reason to believe that the change now going over the country is working for the interests of Mr. Bryan. In 1898 he did not expect to win but this year he Is confident of Victory. The Famous Breakfast Food, will be given a complete dem onstration by a competent Young Lady on Thursday and Friday of . this week at the store of.-.- J. H. STEARNS. PASSING PEOPLE. When the schools are dismissed In the afternoon, the children scatter like chaff before a March wind. The past few days have been full of promise for fall grazing plenty of moisture alternating with the golden sunshine. . Every mother thinks she las the prettiest baby and every candidate thinks he stands the best show of be ing elected. It only takes three or four men to lay the foundation of a stone wall anJ about a score or more to stand around and look on. . Judge E. Porter, of Albion, New York, was then introduced and told of the conditions in the Empire state. He said the factions of the democratic party of the state were all working In perfect harmony and that the state would' go overwhelmingly for Bryan and Stanchfield, the democratic candi date for governor. On account of the preceding speech, he did not care to speak, but promised the club he would speak at some later time. Attorney George P. Money was then called on and made a charaoteristical ly timely, pointed address, evidencing in his remarks that he Is a close ob server of passing events political. He is a careful reader and a deep thinker and his remarks were weighty for the cause of democracy. - The Browne & Manzanares Co., un loaded three cars of merchandise yesterday, one today, and shipped out a car of pelts. Charles Ilfeld and wife are expected to arrive In New York tomorrow from Europe, where they have been for the past six months. M. Jefferson, porter at the Monte sunia club, cut his hand badl7 while chopping kindling wood in his usual awkward manner. Juan D. Martinez and Clemente Pa- dilla ,the latter a candidate for the legislature on the union ticket, are out in the county campaigning, like the pood fellows they are. Rev. Fr..H. C. Pouget's singing class. which was organized for the purpose of Improving the congregational singing, has grown too large for their meeting room end another one will have to be provided. Edward Henry has on display In the window-of his office a fine collection of mineral specimens from the Old Mexi co mines in which he and other par ties hare axe interested. The ore runs from $25 to $65 per ton. The Yuco Breakfast food company will advertise their goods by serving it in the grocery stores of town, the last of the week, and the first of next. Two young ladles from Minneapolis will arrive in the city, Wednesday, who will prepare the food and serve It Word has been received in the "My from the family of Louis Harris, late brother-in-law of Cha4. Rosenthal, lost during the Galveston storm. The lov ing father was able to save his wife and the entire family, hut was i.ot able to save himself. This is another .'example of a man giving bis life for his friends. David Speakman Dead. Death has at last come to the relief of David Speakman, long a sufferer from disease, and pulling against the tide of adversity as hard as a sick man, eighty-three years of age, possi bly could. He was found dead in his bed, about 6 o'clock last evening, upon the return of uia wife from her dany toil, accompanied by the children, who were taken along so the old gentleman's rest would not be dis turbed. The funeral took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the east side Catholic church, the expenses be ing met by public subscription. Pascuella Gutierrez, aged thirty-six years, died at her home on the west side, this morning, after an iilness of four weeks. Standing room was at a premium last night at the opening of the danc ing school. Master Frank Powell, the pianist, made a great hit with , his masterly manner of handling the pia no. He played the whole evening through and seemed as fresh as when ie lirst began. Professor Buttrick Is an artist in his line and the school starts outjf most auspiciously. And money need not be paid till It is earn ed. v P. J. -Towner visits Springer today, A. W. Hardy went to Albuquerque, Ollie Earickson was a south-tKund Frank Thomas is up from Albuquer que. C. M. Baker went down the lino to. day. Miss Ludemann is at home from the east Miss Esther Reed le:t for Plitlnvllle, Kansas. Rer. Juan Sandoval went up to Wat- roua, this afternoon. Judge H. L. Waldo came over from Santa Fe, yesterday. Francisco C. de Baca is in from his home at La Cuesta. Crecenciano Manzanares is in from his ranch near La Cuesta. Henry Goke braved the mud and drove In from Sapello today. F. A. Daley, representing a Philadel phia shoe house, is in the city. Levi Hughes was returning to San ta Fe from Colorado points this afternoon. Santiago Rivera visits town from Anton Chico. where he Is running a store. John Pauly was en route for Trin idad, from the lower country, this- afternoon. Dr. J. P. Raster, the Santa Fo's chief surgeon, went down to Albuquer que, this afternoon. Hon. H. J. Budd, tha democratic na tional committeemaA, left for Knox- ville, Iowa, this morning. Jos. A. Mahoney, the Demlng poli tician, passed through for his old In diana home, this afternoon. M. K. Akin, the carpenter, went up to Springer on a belated train last night, accompanied by his wife. J. T. LIndsley, St. Louis; Luis Agui- lar, Anton Chico; Celso Baca, Santa Rosa, are registered at the Plaza ho tel. Jerry Leahy came down from Raton and left for the Mora court thW after noon, in company with Chas. A, Spless. , . Ike Hauser Is in town today, rep resenting Sinsheimer, Hauser & Co, dealers in paper, twine, etc., Clncinna ti, Ohio. E. G. Murphey left for Albuquerque last evening to attend the meeting of the board of pharmacy in the Duke city, today. E. G. Garcia, Albuquerque sheep- buyer, came in and expects to leave for the southern part of the county in the morning. Dr. G. A. Hubbard, of Brazil, Ind. a friend of B. C. Pittenger is stopping in the city to receive the benefit of our high and dry climate. . Mrs. F. A. Loux, sister of Mrs. A. J, Wertz, and Mrs. J. B. Snouffer, arrived on the afternoon train from Denver to visit her sisters in this city. Mrs. E. Travis nee Laura Krudwls. and children arrived on No. 1, from Tarantum, Pa., on a visit to her Bister, Mrs. Jules H. Daniels; of this city. Miss Sadie Holzman... who has been ylsiting Mrs. Louis Ilfeld, of Albuquer que, returned last night after enjoy ing a pleasant visit in the Duke city, Morris Strousse drives across the country to Mora tomorrow, having Macarlo Gallegos and Severiano Mar tinez for boon traveling companions, traveler, this afternoon. M. V. B. Benson arrived on No 17, yesterday. He is the special agent of the North American insurance com pany, and the Philadelphia underwrit ers and comes to settle the Watrous fire losses. Park" Benefit Fund. Under date of July 12th, 1900, the following petition was circulated on the west side. Its provisions still be ing in full force and effect: "We, the undersigned, who have heretofore subscribed to a fund to pay the Las Vegas Military band for furnishing music in the Plaza park for the months of May, June, July, August and Sep tember, 1900, do hereby agree to con tinue to pay the amounts subscribed by us, (ranging from $1 to $15 per month), for said purpose from and after the month of September, 1900, up to and Including the month of April 1901, the fund thus raised by the con tinuance of the payment of our sub scriptions to be used for the purpose of purchasing and erecting a fountain in the Plaza park. Signed, Charles Ilfeld, First national bank, Wm.Curtiss Bailey, E. Rosenwald & Son. Myer Friedman & Bro., E. N. Barber, Ro mero Mercantile Co., Murphey-Van Petten Drug Co E. H. Salazar, Win ters Drug Co., Kohn Bros., C. V Hedg cock, M. L. Cooley, Lujan & Rivera. In this connection it may be remark ed that the united action of the peo ple across the river in public matters of this nature are worthy of emula tion on this side 'of the tranquil Gat Hnas. The next union Bible service will be held in the Jewish temple, on Sun day evening, Oct 28th. Rev. Geo. Selby will preach the sermon. Pas tors will please announce this service from their pulpits. The Agua Nc;-p. srant, of about 17, 000 acres, well watered, and located In the vicinity of promising Puerto de 1 Luna, is offered for sale in an adv. appearing In another part of this paper today. Billy 'Rawlins today bought for $10 the manakln belonging to Dr. John sen,, of the Quaker medicine company. and attached for debts. W. J. Drum- mond bidding in the tent for $5. At the Albuquerque meeting of the Masonic grand lodge, Gov. E. S. Sto ver, of Albuquerque, was elected right worshipful grand master of the Ter ritory; A. H. Harllee, of Sliver City deputy grand master; C. A. Cahoon of Roswell, senior grand warden r. Dr, J. C. Slack, of Clayton, Junior grand warden; A. A. Keen, grand secretray Rev. Geo. Selby, grand chaplain. Rev. J. J. Gilchrist left by private conveyance today for El RIto, Mora county, accompanying Miss Alta Hand ley, who has resigned her position .is Presbyterian teacner there and will accept one in a Kansas Indian school. Pedro Lucero has moved his family up from Anton Chico, on account of ue educational advantages here, and will open a meat market on Chavez street, near the Presbyterian, mission church. Some of the business men suggest that If the postofflce windows were opened when the letters have been distributed, accommodation would increased. 9 . - . I I If yon want some thing1 fine in the way of Breakfast Food come to CD. Boucher's grocery Thursday and Fri day. A new food served with cream free to all by a pretty Miss. Our - Rock Haple Flooring is. the -BEST. Try it-the price is low. ! I u: mpiM nun nrnp' mm Con ill Oi yr- The proposed fountain to be erect ed by the west side citizens and busi ness men will cost between $600 and $1,000, and will consist of a fountain with a cement basin, zinc-lined, and will be placed In the center of the beautiful park on the plaza. Mr. Larrazolo'e Appointment. The following Itinerary has been ar-. ranged for Hon. O. A. Larrazolo af ter October 31st: iNov. 1st,' 10 a. m., San Miguel; Nov. 1st, night, Anton Chico; Nov. 2nd, 2 m., Chapento; Nov. 3rd, night, Las Vegas; Nov. 4th, noon, Sapello; itfov. 4th, night, Mora; Nov. 5th, 3 p. m., Los Alamos. There Is a rumor going around, seemingly well-founded, that Albuquer que Is not likely to get the new hotel, projected toy the railroad company, It appears that the railroad people do not appreciate over well the tr s.t- ment they are receiving at the hands of the city council of that place. JL The Plaza Good Things cn the Dress Goods Counter Rev. J. F. Kellog:, wife mi l three interesting children, who had been the guests of C .E. Perry since the, par sonage has been "all tore up ', left on the afternoon train for their new field of labor at El Paso. Texas. The heal wishes of this entire community go with them. Athletic Matters. The Raynolds field will include blocks 3, 4, 7, and 8 In the Raynolda and Hurrold's addition, lying east of the , 'sanitarium. The council has (.ranted to the regents of the Normal Lniversity the privilege of closing tho streets and alleys. It is to be hopel tte citizens will re3pond liberally and make this worthy object a credit to the city. Frank Springer and R. C. Rankin were taking measurements on the grounds yesterday. S'ipt. Louis C. iJuUeher," of Raton, was la the city over Saturday ana Sunday on business. Mr. Butscher has lately taken charge of the city schools of Raton. Besides being a live and enthusiastic educator, he is much interested in athletics and while here he took the Normal University team out for a drill. He states that there is excellent material in our team and that with proper coaching they can play good football. He promises to have the Raton high school boys ready for a game with the Normal Uni versity team In a few weeks. Camels Hair Suiting, a yerj beautiful light rrey oiiade of Sue quality, 52-in wide, per yard $1.33 Black Camels Hair Serge, it Inch, excellent qual ity St 13 ,. A black storm serge of the best quality, 52-In wide.... $1.35 Heavy Black Cheviot, . Winches..... $1.75 Black Diagonal Skirting, an extra weight, heavy ' enough for a cloaking. It Is 56 inches wide and won derful value at. $1.00 Corduroy Suitings, navy blue, green, tan and grey 85c Blue Clay Worsted, for tailor made costumes . an admirable fabric, 64-1 n wide , .$1.23 '$abv Cloth"siIk an wo0' mixture, -white or cream- ' two qualities at 7 r5c and $.5 per yd. For Evening ToIIet-leKant fichus, berthas and scatfs daintily contrived of fll- ' my laces very Btyll6h affairs which will give the finishing ;r touch to one's party go wa. There is an unusually fine assort- mat-In our show cases. On the Balcony: ; , I j tlave you seen the furs ? . " " --Collarettes boas and capes. New Scotch Plaid Skirts ? :7 , ' lined throughout, neat, stylish $2.75. . Handsome Tailored Jackets and Capes ? v.", correct styles right from New York. New Ideas in Millinery ? street hats Just In by express. in rnoiiiTnci? Dnnn friuuiuiunu nuuiii. 'Tn Nickeled Towel Bars are Just the thing you're been want . ing tot your bath room. They are supplied with bracket mountings by which tn attach firmly to the wall. There are two styles, plain and rope pattern in lengths of 18.24 or 31 inches at-....1,... 75c $1.13 end $1.33 Ve hare, also, a variety of neat nickeled wall and bath tub hooks which will be found very convenient . where there la no place for the tow el bars. Xk elevator to 2nd floor. In The BIG BASEMENT. 4 New Patterns of China. The American Beauty Is a plain vitreous semi-porcelain with a very pretty raised scroll edge W piece J5.2S; 100 pieces 9.00. "Pf rfect" is a green allover decor ated ironstone; 100 pieces 19 25. American Lavender U a high grade semi-porcelain with tasteful decora tion In lavendor and Is priced low.. 100 pieces S12 25. "Ularlssa" Is of latest shape and Is . decorated with floral border and me dallion center with gold edge 100 pieces 116.75. Charles Ilfeld - The Plaza. E RY IBS f& Bi THE LEADERS OF DRY GOODS. i Grand Reduction Dress Goods Sale. At 5c a Yard For Sale Cheap! One Set of the ' ' Werner Encyclopaedia Britannica, New American Supplement. MRS. C. WARING Opera House Block, E. Las Vegas. J Colorado Phone 175. Kodak album made shape at The Optic. any size and 290tf. On .Bafglitt - Counter Rem nants, 'of - Dress Goods in lengths of x to 6 yards, at ! half, the regular price. At' 1-01 n yard for 28-tn wide X LlS in Dress Plaids, r v 3r .- At O WX yard 28-in and 36-in 4-1 Ub wide wool novelties and plaids, worth 35c and 50c. At1' Afi A yard 38-in dress - T"Vw-plaids, the genuine Jamestown dress goods excel lent for, school dresses usual i... V-.,J.i, . ..... vaiue ooc. . : - Light and dark shades Outing Flannel and -Domet Flannel. At 7c a Yard! Wrapper Flannelette; regular price 10c a yard. Atl5ca,Yard French Flannelette sold stores at 25c;' . m Sole Agents for "CASTANEDA" Ladies' Dog Skin Gloves AQENTi FOR STANDARD PATTERNS. . .- J' iM- CENTER BLOGK PHARMACY Portman Drug and Stationery Co. Office Supplies Two Registered Pharmacists in Charge ; . , t - " . of iTcscnpuon Department . . . . ... . . Fine line of Geo. B. Hurd's Stationery - ' Colorado 'Phone 228. Las Vegas 'Phone 192. - e j- v: i ' l1 v i pi - Ml Price One sttiifaction in tndinj with us: Wo guirantee the price of every article we sell. If you can't do better here than anywhere else, we won't ask for your custom. When we offer Hart, Scbaffner & Marx guaran teed suits and overcoats for 'the price of ordinary cloth ing you may know our way of dealing. Better value, more for the money, an equal quality . for less money than you'll find anywhere outside of our store. Ojjri,lit 1 WW bj Bui, IckulM. a SuS 1 BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE M GREENBERGER. Prop. CORNER CENTER STREET AND GRAND AVENUE. I We are desirous to inform every house- T T its 4 'i keeper in us Vegas tuat we nave just received a iuu as sortment of . . DELFT ENAMELED WARE, mixed blue and white outside white inside. All this wars is three-coat ware, and any piece bougu. from us that .does not give entire satisfaction, we will cheerfully replace. in nr HEATINuSTOVES Teapot, 75c Our stock is very complete Our prices are always the lowest, considering quality ... BRIDGE STREET Hardware Store Teakettle, $1.15 1 mvA Store. Sixtli Street Hardware kisMslMsMsMSiSiBMBiSiliaisaisaisBM J Mowers, Reapers, and all kinds of c Agricultural Implements, at i Las Vegas' Phono 8. p I YiPHDI Nin ' C Colorado 'Phone 49. r viOII KirN U P i t WW rfli rffcTfc.U.i N; L. Rosenthal & Co., Railroad Ave. 7 i General Merchandised . .c Ranch trade a specialty. Highest prices paid for wool, hides and pelts. Established 1881. - 1 P. C. Hogsett, Notary Pub WISE & HOGSETT, LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, Sixth nd Douglas Ayes., East Las Vegas, N. M W proved and Dn.jiproTe1 Lands and City Property for sal Investments mad and atmaderl to for o-r"t"t Titles examined, rents oollectcd and taxes pwtd. P. O. HOGSETT, Proprietor. Rosenwali '& Bon, iPLAZA. urnishihg iritis and Clothing Fop Hen-and -Boys. - : .u :- ---v.- . .--v.. Mens Suits Overcoats, ; : Ulsters OyS HatS IScLDO and $1,25. TjUncy all-wool worsted suits, Oxford grey and brown Suits, J. v in stripes and checks, for J square and round cut,- for $9. 50, $13. 50 and $15.00. $12.00, 0' ur suits are made of the best Tpancy Cassimere Suits; large Fabrics, well lined and X Leg; of styles for 12-50 jnade to fit.. . We have a big and &1S.00. line of new styles which are on Axford grey cheviot Overcoat, djsplay in our clothing depart- v satin lined, well made, the ment. . . newest cut, for $11.50. T?his Tn. overcoats we have a line f goo& a value, as ever ol JL :which rang;es in price from lered " . uiripie jyiuton uvercoat, in 1 grey mixed, guarantee satin liningy stitched with silk, hand made button holes this garment we offer for $20. 3 lidiras, Alpines, Crushers, in oweaters for men, boys and -erev. brown and black, ii t : t a $5.00 to $20.00. Brown Melton overcoat, well made--it is a' box coat; newest style; $8.50. Four-in-Hands and Tecks Underwear and Overskirts . solid colors, with sailor and Fall neckwear for men; all ; rolling collar. 75c to $2.50. styles, new colors, latest TIT ' . : shapes-your choice 50c. are Proud to - . . . - say that our Mens ware de- Our Underwear " department partment is complete in every was never more complete; detail and our prices are cor all the leading styles and most rect. If in need of anything desirable goods shown, and at in this line, kindly call and in prices which are very reason- spect our stock always pleas able. - ...... ed to show our goods. Y And Come to Stay Scarcely a week passes these days but what something new never before seen," . comes to the market. The ma jority of fads, however, are short lifed, but this week brought us an article which has "come to stay." T'is the Golf Waist. In more ways than one it is superior to any that has ever been offered to Wearers Of Waists. For in stance it can be worn for Dress oc cassions and costs less than most everyday-garments. Again in durability it has no equal, and another strong point is that it is positively the "most comfortable" Waist Ever Worn. "Purses in Gun Metal" is another fad which is receiving a good share of patronage amongst "purchasers of purses" and we have all the latest patterns in these goods. In fact we have just about Everything for Everybody and the right prices too. Stpousse & Bachapaeli. .' 1 : Opposite Castaneda Hotel. Our Great Fire Sale is the Talk of Las Vegas. Be sure and get a circular.. losenthol Bros.' New Arrivals of ' Ladies' Coif Capes and Flannel Shirt . Waists. 3,000 yds Outing Flannel uala't. Sic Fire Sale Prices. Colored Dress Goods. 28-inch plaids and checks worth 18c now. 10c 36-lnch liliiin htnrkttas, worth 3fc now. 19c 30-inch plain ami faucii, worth 50c now . . . s -, : . . . , -. 25c 38-inch fan;j- checks, all colors worth 65c now,',.-. 49c EXTRA VALUE all silk varp hen rietta, 90c 1.00 and $1.25 in this sale 75c Black Dn ssGcods. 28-inch fancy hioc.ide, worth 15c now.. . 12c 30-inch plain ciihhmcri wortti 20c now.; ..'..loo 52-ln plain Sicilian, worth 45c now. 89c 42-ineu beautiful crepons, worth 75c now fnc 42-inch crushed crepons, worth 11.10 row Vil Prints, Percales and Duck ... Suitings 4c a yard for shirting prints oc a yara tor dress calico 5c a yard for checked gingham K. .. . 1 i . ; J , . . uiijjaju luruu juiiMi camori 6c a yard for outing flannel 5c for a pair of men's hose Underwear for Men, Women and Children. 25c each for children's union suits all sizes. 25c each for ladies' rests and pants. 25c each for children's hccce-llnod white Merino underwear all sizes. 2?)c each for ladies' union suitsa 50-cent value -25c each for men's white Merino shirts and drawers. 4!c each for men's heavy outlri" fisiasi iiiVttihim. .