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Cito VOL. 20 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, MAY 1 7. 1902 NO.48 KIWG QODS! NE W GOODS. We arc now receiving daily a new line of goods and making it ready for inspection. Everybody is invited to call and examine. The goods are strictly up-to-date and selected with a special view to the demands of our customers. Prices are as usual with us as low as the' lowest and the goods of the best. You will surely find what will please you, for these goods are WELL SELECTED AND ATTRACTIVE. 8. & CO. GOOD GAMES PROMISED. WHITNEY COMPANY WHOLESALE Shelf HARDWARE Heavy ( ST0VZ2, RAISES, TIE and G51AÍJITE IRON I D WARE, rSOWErtS and FISEÍES. S PU:.'j?3, ISDN PIPE and PIPE fittings. Mine and M Supplies. O PLUsarciKC, iieatikg and ti?3?ü?jg. o Largest Mail Order House in New Mexico. 113-115-117 South First St., Albuquerque, New Mexico. Inquiries Solicited. ii wim ju i i injury i ; 9 THE NEW MEXICO (r C SCHOOL OF v ' - gr m 9 Q G 6 fATilíliA IV! JIT - MINbS SPRING TERM BEGINS JANUARY 27, 1901 Krtcn.AK Di'.c.ui'.K couksp.s o i' study: I. Chemistry and Metallurgy II. Mining Engineering III. Civil Engineering 9 O O o Special courses nre ofi'ered in Assavinc. Chf.misthy and Si'hvkyino. J A Phki'AKAT.iky Coi'KSK is maintained fur the benefit of those who A J liave not had the necessary advantages before Coming to the School ff A of Mines. J jj Tl ilioN - ffi.CO for the preparatory course; S10.C0 for the technical j course. A crThere Is a Crcat Demand at Good Salaries for Young LJea wilt a Technical Knowledge of Mining. For Particulars Address t:. A. J0NE3, Director. Tlio School of .Mino Itap Hull Trnm MrrN tlio Santa l Centrnl Team Today mul Tomorrow. The School of Mines base ball team left this morning for Santa Fe where they play Mr. Martin's aggregation this afternoon and tomorrow. That there will be two good games of ball and a rousing good time to boot goes without saying. There is no reason why any but the best of feeling should prevail-between the two teams, so the contest is one of friendly rivalry." Much credit is due Mr. Martin for bringing about the match be tween the two nines, also for being the chief promoter of the national game in New Mexico. All arrangements have been perfected and the jolly School of Mines base ball team, under the management of Professor Jones, will pass through this city en route to Santa Fe on Saturday morning, where they will cross bats with the Santa Fe Centrals. Socorro is going against a good team and will have to play ball to return the victors. It is un derstood that two games have been arranged for Saturday and Sunday afternoons. The Santa Ft- Centrals will return both games at Socorro on the 2')lh that being commencement day. A great deal of interest is being taken over this friendly contest and the very best of feeling prevails. Mr. Martin, manager of the Santa Fe Cen trals, belongs at Socorro, and it is to be hoped that he will let the latter down easy. These games were arranged on the sug gestion of Mr. Martin, and he is beginning to be looked up to as one of the leaders of that sport in New Mexico. It was he who secured the base ball rate through out the territory for the present year, and by so doing has made it possible for every town in New Mexico to have a team and visit neighboring towns and have a good time all around. Albu querque must not overlook this tact and forget Mr. Martin in this regard, as everything he has done to promote the sport in this territory will create the more in terest in that particular feature of the great fair this fall, when this will be one of the leading sports. Albuquerque Journal-Democrat. First National BanEc ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Authorized Capital "$ 500,000.00 Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus - -. 200.000.00 lk'ponits, 1,800,000.00 OFFICERS .Joshua H. lfevnolda, President. Frank McKce, Cashier. M. W. Klournoy, Vice President. C. K. Newhall, Assistant Cashier. -o-UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY-0-) -hkpositoky foh a. t. & S. V. AND a. a p. kailroaus.-o- Lovers of the national game will be treated to two line games of baseball on Saturday and Sun day afternoons on the athletic grounds of St. Michael's College. The strong team of the Socorro School of Mines will arrive on Saturday noon in this city under the personal leadership of Pro fessor v . A. Jones. 1 he players are all students of the college and are thorough gentlemen who should be given a rousing wel come by the people of the city. The Santa Fe Central team is also in line trim and Manager W. K. Martin promises the finest games of the season on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Santa Fe New Mexican. School of .Mines KnmIiiutions. Final examinations at the School of Mines will begin Mon day, May 2d, and continue three days. On Tuesday morning at ') o'clock an examination "will be held in Miss Atkinson's room for the especial benefit of younger pupils who expect to enter the School of Mines next year in the fifth and sixth grades. It is de sirable that all such pupils pre sent themselves at this examina tion, as they will doubtless do better at that time than they would three months later. 2t Y. J isoll l'roj ertoseooi-. The acme of all animated pic ture machines, the Edison Pro jectoscope, under the manage ment of II. A. Neel, will be ex hibited at the K. of P. hall, So corro, Friday, May 23. The great Corbet t-Courtney prize fight, 6 complete rounds, 1200 feet in length. An exact repro duction of the Spanish Bull fight and 50 other realistic scenes, be sides the latest illustrated songs, will be shown. Admission, children 25c, adults ,50c. DEATH OF MRS. E. P. BLINN. Mrs. E. P. Ulinn passed away at the family residence on Fis cher avenue yesterday evening at about y o'clock, heart failure being the immediate cause of her death. The announcement of the sad event was the more a surprise and shock to Mrs. Blinn's friends and acquaintan ces because on her return a few days ago from an extended visit in Ohio she seemed in better health than before for years. Mrs. Ulinn was born in New castle, Penn., about 45 years ago of an excellent family. Decem ber 8, 1880, she was married to Dr. E. P. Ulinn at Strecter, 111. Her health soon began to fail and in 1882 her husband aban doned an excellent practice in Marysville, Ohio, and came with her to New Mexico hoping that the climate would have a bene ficial effect. Four years ago they came from Chloride to So corro and have resided here since. Karely does it fall to the lot of woman to be more esteemed and respected than was Mrs. Ulinn in Socorro. She was a woman of tender and loving Christian char acter. She leaves a devoted husband and two affectionate children, a son and a daughter just coming to manhood and womanhood's estate, to mourn an irreparable loss in which they will have the heartfelt sympathy of this community and of other communities in which their ex cellent qualities have made them esteemed and respected. Company II 1'nnide (round. Company II will soon be pos sessed of a parade ground up to date in all respects. A Hag pole has already been erected. On this will soon be placed a 2,000 candle power light to illuminate the ground for Friday night drills and concerts by San Miguel band. The comfort of the pub lic will be provided for by means of a large pavilion from which all exercises may be witnessed. Captain Matthews is authority for the statement that a 6-pound battery gun will soon be added to the company's equipment and that the boys will then be drilled in artillery practice. The Cap tain further states that at the re quest of several citizens he will soon organize a cadet company of small boys, who will be expected to furnish their own uniforms and will then be drilled free of charge. Captain Matthews seems determined to give the boys and young men of the city an opportunity to become thorough soldiers, a determina tion for which he is much to be commended. Death of Mrs. J. F. Kai.ie. Mrs. J. F. Racine died 'at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Greenwald of this city, Sunday, May 11, aged 84 years. Mrs. Greenwald accompanied the re mains to St. Louis where they will be deposited beside those of Mr. Racine. Mrs. Greenwald will remain several months with rela tivesand friends in St. Louis. Candies, nuts, oranges and, apples at Katzenstei j's. Married, in Benson, Arizona, Saturday, May 10, Miss Esma Bruton and Mr. George A. John son. The bride is well known and highly esteemed in Socorro where she lived for several years. A host of friends here will wish her every happiness of married life. The groom is a young business man of IJisbee, and it is there that he and his bride will reside. Prof. F. A. Jones returned Monday morning from a business trip of several days dur ation in Grant county. Since severing his connection with the S:hool of Mines Prof. Jones has about concluded to locate in Al buquerque, though Mrs. Jones and the children expect to go to Missouri for a time. They will leave many friends in Socorro who will wish them all manner of prosperity jind happjness. A Topeka man sent a present to a bride with this very frank note: "My dear Girl: You will find in the box a thingumajig which has something todo with eating grub off a table. I don't know what it is. It looks like a cross between a harpoon and a hay fork. It may be for spearing pickles, or it may be for stacking chopped cabbage. 1 am so out fashioned that I don't know; you will isi. m. 1 1 . - v.. 3 OF HOME INTEREST. -A T 4 1 T W 4 T V T 4 Dig stock of sample shoes at Uyerts". Mrs. John W. Probert has been quite ill for three or four days. House to rent. Inquire of C. T. lirown. II. M. Porter of Denver was among the guests at the Windsor Tuesday. Socorro's letter mail took an excursion to Magdalena yester lay morning. Sample, sample, sample shoes at Uyerts'. J. Y. Jones of Frisco was in town yesterday on his way home from Colorado. Ice cream and crushed fruit at Katzenstein's. Hear the monster gramophone at the K. of P. hall in the latest selections Friday, May 23. Ports and Angelica wines at the Palace Saloon. The board of county commis sioners will meet in adjourned regular session Monday morning. Just received at the Palace saloon, California claret wines. Mrs. T. F. Read went up to Albuquerque Monday morning expecting to remain about two weeks. The very latest style in Eagle Shirts just received at Price Uros, év Co. Mrs. Margaret E. Bruton de parted Monday for Rosedale where she expected to remain some time. Ziegler Uros.' ladies' shoes and Oxfords of the very latest styles just received at Price Uros, it Co. Rcna A. Shaw vs. Jasper N. UroyleS, account, is the title of a case filed in the office of the dis trict clerk this week. Funeral services of Mrs. E. P. Ulinn will be conducted tomor row afternoon at the family resi dence on Fischer avenue. The School of Mines ball team left this morning in good spirits and prepared to give the Santa Fe Centrals a stiff argument. The lambing season has been a very successful one in Socorro county. Recent rains have put the ranges in fine condition. It is reported that Mrs. Davis, the wife of Doctor Davis, form erly a resident of Socorro, died in San Diego a short time since. Jno. U. Petrie and Nathan Clark of the Ulack Range dis trict were in the city Wednesday on business and pleasure com bined. A. C. Thomas of Magdalena was in town Wednesday accom panied by his wife, his infant daughter, and his sister Miss Margaret. Miss Musie Bruton left Mon day morning for new York Citv. It is rumored that Miss Mus'ie was to be married on her arrival in the metropolis. N. E. Stevens of Albuquerque arrived in town yesterday morn ing to push the business of one of the best building and loan as sociations of the southwest. Judge T. Coke Sillitnan was among the visitors in town Mon day from Water Canon. The Judge seems to have quite recov ered from his recent severe illness. S. T. Reynolds left Monday morning for his home in New York City. Mr. Reynolds ex pects to return to Socorre) soon and will probably locate in this vicinity. Probate Clerk II. G. Baca ar rived in the city Thursday after noon from Frisco where he had spent three weeks. Mr. Baca re ported dry weather at Frisco and vicinity. Geo. F. Cook will soon occupy a room fitted up for his especial use in the Abran Abeyta block on the north side of the plaza lie is selling his full share of clothing. Lost, somewhere between the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Smith, in the west part of the city, and Uyerts' store, a lady's iroid watch. If the tinder will leave the watch at Uyerts' store he will be siytably rewarded. I Fura traps Cream oí Tartar Poccx iUiMliikilM i i i Mr 'vyiy Awarded nighost Honors, World's Fair Cold Medal, Midwinter Fair Doctor Swisher accompanied the ball team to Santa Fe this morning, partly to witness the port and partly to view the Ancient City, which he had never before visited. At the meeting of the Cattle and Horse Protective Associa tion in Magdalena Thursday, resolutions were passed endors ing the Lacy leasing bill in favor of small holders. Company II had its first drill in lull unilorni on the parade ground Sunday afternoon. A large crowd assembled to witness the exhibition and all pronounc ed it very creditable. Decoration day is drawing near. Let the day be observed in Socorro. Company II has it in its power to pay an especially graceful and fitting tribute to the memory of the dead. Cleaning and repairing has been progressing rapidly in and about the court house for two or three days. If court convenes Monday as announced everything will be found in apple pie order. Mr. and Mrs. William McCam- mon are now the parents of a bright little girl that began its earthly career at the home of its grandmother, Mrs. McCuistion of this city, on Wednesday, May Mrs. Jas. G. Fitch and infant daughter and Miss Carrie Lymn will leave tomorrow morning for Cleveland, Ohio. They expect to spend the summer months in northern Michigan and return to Socorro about the first of Sep tember. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Price ar rived at their home m this city yesterday morning from French Lick Springs, Indiana, where they had been fcr a month on ac count of Mr. Pnce s health. Both were much benefited by the visit. F. C. Toney of Chicago arriv ed in the city Monday. Mr. Toney contemplates locating his Toney's health. He is also at tracted by the advantages afford ed by the School of Mines for the education of his young son. Mrs. II. T. Maybery, wife of one of Socorro county's promi nent stockmen, and her sister, Mrs. Julia Gann, both of Patter son, also Mrs. Hutchison of Mag dalena were in the city Thurs day on their way to Albuquerque for a stay of two or three days. Miss Sadie Murphy has leased the Park House and will here after conduct the establishment as a lodging house only. Miss Murphy's qualifications in this line are so well known as to make superlluous any other rec ommendation than the mere mention of her name. 3t. H. A. NceJ's projectoscope en tertainment last Saturday night was well attended and as well re ceived. He has added a high grade graphophone to his show fixtures. It was stationed on the porch of Capt. Jack's residence Sunday evening, and the selec tions rendered greatly pleased a crowd of goodly proportions. San Marcial Bee. Work was begun this morning in clearing away the sand drifts that had collected about the plaza fence. The move is an ex cellent one. Some of the main streets of the city should receive similar attention and then gen erously sprinkled. The custom of spring house cleaning is jx. good one, especially when visit ors are expected. - Subscribe'.for Tun I'rtTKi-T.vt.v. \n\n OTEAR! iamily in Socorro for Mrs.