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NO. 9
Of the Cattle and Hosre Protective
Association of Central New
Officer Elected and Resolution Pass
edFaroring Government Control
of Orazing Land.
The recular annual meeting l
the Cattle and Horse lrotcctive
Association of Central Now Mil
ico was held rn Magdalena Wed
nesday. The meeting the
association are always anticip.i
ted with interest ly Mmknii n
and by others who are ti symp.i
thy with their efforts io improve
conditions in this part of the
territory. There was a good at
tendance Wednesday, the pro
ceedings aroused a lively interest
on part of those present, and
action taken on . some subjects
can hardly fail to result in
benefit to the members of the
association and to the general
public. After the transaction of
routine business officers for next
yearwere elected as follows:
Chairman, Jas. W. Medley; Secre
tary,, VV. P. Sanders; Treasurer,
Wm. Gardiner. These officers are
also members of the executive
committee, the other two
members of the committee
elected being K. II. Sweet of
Socorro .and C. Chavez of
San Marcial. Addresses were
delivered dy J. II. Ilatton. acting
supervisor of the Magdalena and
San Mateo forest reserves. Will
C. Barnes, secretary of the Cattle
Sanitary Board of New Mexico.
E. A. Clemens, Capt. C. H. Kirk
patrict of Mogollón, and others.
The introduction of a resolution
favoring government control of
grazing lands called forth an in
teresting discussion but the res
olution was passed. There were
in attendance a good many who
are not stockmen, but they were
much interested in the proceed
ings and will in one way or
another share in the benefits.
The .resolution in favor of
government control of public
grazing; lands was as follows:
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at ion favprs some sort of govern-
mam rnntml ff 1i mi t1 If irrri7lt1ir
lands under the direction of the
secretary of agriculture and un
der such rules and regulations as
may be. found just and necessary
for the protection both of the
grazing lands ami tin: stocK
raisers, the arrangements con
forming as nearly as possible to
' v J. W. Medlky.
' ; N: A. Field,
Charles Kaufman.
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Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they
cannot-reach the diseased portion
of th ear. There is only one
way -to cure deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deaf
ness is caused by an inflamed
condition of th .mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ticaring, and when it is entirely
closed.. Deafness is the result,
and ünie$s the., inflammation can
be taken out and this tube re-
stared '$"' its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine tases out of ten are caused
by Cátarrh, which is nothing but
an idflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case of Deafness
(caused by catarrh ) that cannot
be cured by-Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, ().
Sold bv Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
lufua Rastus Minatrola.
The Rufus Kastus Minstrels
played; to the largest house of
the season at the opera house
last night. The company is made
up of artists and the performance
they gave last night was the ivst
of its kind, that has ever been
given n thls'city. 1 he show is
clean and. one that anyone will
not regret-', seeing and is well
worth fliéi price of admission.
;-Hehking & Young,
Mgrs. Upr'a House, Elk City,
Passed by tho Thirty-seventh Leg
islativo Awembly ami Signed
by tho Governor.
the One Hundn-d and Twen-
Ttilla That Were En
acted into Law
Oí the one hundred and l wen-
I -tin.
into l.i w
that were enacted
i.. thirt-seventh
U'Kisl.itive asM-iubiv. the follow
ing are unions i h - of most
general interest:
Council Hi i No. 4s,
to prohibit gambling in
ritory of New Mexico."
Council Bill No. W5,
"An act
the Ter-
to construct an addition to
present Capitol building."
limine Joint Resolution No. (,
"Conveying the Old Palace at
Santa Fe to the I'nited States
Government "
House Bill No. 1S3. "An act
relating to the settlement of ac
counts of public officers." (To
become law by limitation.)
House Substitute for Council
Bill No. 12. "An act to i-nrour-agc
the erection of beet sugar
factories and for other purposes."
House Substitute for House
Bill No. llo, "An act providing
for registration of births and
deaths, and for other purposes."
Council Bill No, 1, "An act to
amend Chapter 1 Id of the Laws
of the Thirt-sixth Legislative
Assembly of the territory of New
Mexico." relative to the drawing
or jurors.
Conference Committee Bill No.
24., "An act providing funds
and making appropriations for
the Fifty-ninth and Sixtieth fis
cal years, and lor other purpos
es." Reported bv Conference
Council Bill No. 12. "An act
providing funds and making ap
propriations for the Fiftv-nihth
and Sixtieth fiscal years, and for
other purposes." Reported by
Conference Committer.
Council Bill No. 12. "An act
providing funds and making ap
propriations for the traveling ex
penses of the district judges
and clerks of the district courts
of the Territory of New Mexico."
Council Bill No. IIS. "An act
to refund to territorial institu
tions moneys used for expenses
in selection and location of pub
lic lands and providing for the
payment of further expenses in
the selection and location of pub
lic lands."
Council Bill No. 113. entitled
"An act to facilitate the collec
tion of poll and road taxes, by
requiring the employer of the
persons liable therefore to pay
such taxes .-id deduct the
amount thcreot ii.m the wages
of such employes."
Council Bill No. 51. "An act
to provide for the filling of va
candes in county offices in the
Territory of New Mexico," and
providing that hereafter when
any vacancy occurs in any coun
tv office in the Territory, other
than a vacancy i;i the office o
county commissioner, it shall be
the duty of the board of County
Commissioners to fill such va
Thirty-sucond Decree Maeocs vt So
corro and Vicinity Observe the
Solemn Rite.
Twelve Thirty-second Degree
Scottish Rite Free Masons as
sembled at the office of C. T.
Brown to observe the Maunday
Thursday feast of spotless lamb
i and unleavened bread.
solemn rite is always carefully
: observed bv Scottish Rite Masons
j and is usually followed by an
j hour of pleasant social enjoy
I inent. In this latter respect last
j Thursday evening's observance
; was no exception. C. T. Brown.
Honorable Inspector General.
' Thirty-third Degree Ancient and
i Accepted Scottish Kite, was mas-
j ter of ceremonies. Those pres-
ent were Messrs. (... T. Brown,
II. A. True, Jas. G. Fitch. Dr.
C. G. Duncan, W. M. Borrowdale,
J. P. Chase. John K. Griffith.
Geo. K. Cook, I'o Loewenstein,
O. R. Smith. K. N. Ilines. and
K. A. Drake.
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Reverend and Mrs. II. M.
Perkins are not to remain in So
corro. 1 his announcement, made
several days ago by Mr. Ptrkins
himself, caused no little dis
appointment among the many
friends whom he and his family
made during their short stay of
a little less than a vear in So
corro. Mr. 1'erKins has been
called to a much wider field of
activity. He will go to Savannah,
Georgia, where he will engage
in the organization of four or
five districts in the work of the
Presbyterian church. This is a
class of work for which Mr.
Perkins is especially well fitted,
as is shown by the result of his
efforts in Socorro. During his
charge of the interests of the
Two Hundred Bollare a Year Allow
ed by the Territory to Defray
The appropriation bill passed
by the late legislative assembly
contained one provision that is
sure to result in direct benefit to
many ot the young people oi the
the effect
I he provision is to
that each member of
the thirty-seventh assembly, also
each board of county commis
sioners, may appoint one student
to any territorial institution for
a period of four years. The stu
dent, or his parent, has the priv
ilege of selecting the institution,
and the person or board making
the appointment determines the
rules under which the appoint
ment is made. The legislative
assembly appropriated $12,500
to pay tlie expenses of such stu
dents, $200 per school year being
allowed to each. The boards of
county commissioners are au
thorized to fill any vacancies
that may occur in their respect
ive counties.
Miss Anita Becker, Daughter
Wealthy Merchant, Weds Prom
inent Civil Engineer.
What was doubtless the most
elaborate wedding that ever took
place in Belen society was that
of Wednesday afternoon when
Miss Anita Becker, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Becker, be
came the bride of A. C. Bradley
of Lawrence, Kansas. The bride
is a charming and accomplished
young lady. The groom is a
civil engineer of ability. He
has recently had charge of the
construction work of the Belen
cut-off. The wedding ceremony
was performed at the home of
the bride's parents, and Mr. and
Mrs. Bradley left at once for a
honey-moon trip to Los Angeles
and other points of interest on
thf Pacific coavt.
Presbyterian church here the
number of communicants was
fully doubled, and the prosperity
of the church was greatly pro
moted in other respects. Mr.
and Mrs. Perkins left Tuesday
morning for Deming where he
attended the session of the
presbytery. From Deming they
expected to go tu Stamps, Ar
kansas, for a visit of a few davs
in the home of their daughter,
Mrs. J. R. Stewart, before going
on to Savannah. Their son
Homer will join them in Texas.
Mr. Perkins and family leave
many warm friends in Socorro,
who will wish them abundant
health and happiness wherever
their lot may be cast.
A Leave Taking.
In leaving Socorro, and going
to other work among other people,
in a far distant state, I desire to
say "Good-bye, and God-bless
j you" to one and all, and also to
j say that myself and family leave
I with the kindest feelings for
! every one of you, that we wish
for you all God's richest blessing,
that we will ever remember you
: m sttr - i-Are inl acita f r a v
s3 to our sncere gratitude
fn, fi. :., l.;,ic- ci,u.M
t V l IIIV MHIIUI III n I lV liv.'.' .Ill w
us while we were amoung you.
With affectionate regard. I am
Yours sincerely.
H. M. Pkkkins.
Prof. O. K. Smith acted well
the part of host last evening to a
party of his friends at his home
in this city. Whist and. a Dutch
lunch were the features of the
evening's entertainment. The
guests were Messrs. Fitch. Dun
can, Noble. Jaiiies. Hill, R. V.
Smith, and Drake.
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Griffith
entertained a few of their friends
at five hundred Tuesday evening
at their home on Park street.
The guests present were Mrs.
Jas. F. Berry. Misses Goodwin
and Berry, and Messrs. V. A.
Fleming Jones. O. D. Robbins,
and F,. A. Drake, and it is need
less to say that all spent a most
enjoyable evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Fitch
entertained a few of their friends
at whist Wednesday evening at
their home on McCutchen avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Fitch are .among
Socorro's most successful enter
tainers, so it would be superflu
ous to say that their guests on
this occasion spent a most de
lightful evening. The charming
hostess set forth dainty and ap
petizing refreshments at the con
clusion of the games. The guests
were Mesdames John W. Terry,
Paul J. Terry, and R. P. Noble,
Misses Fitch. Price. Goodwin, and
Berry, and Messrs. Terry, Noble.
! Price, Batchelder, and Drake.
Freh -rotables at Winkler's
Clean itad
Morel In
Brings an interesting attraction
into local views for the first time,
and it will in all probability be,
the chief amusement happening
of the spring season in theatrical
circles. The attraction is the
Famous Rufus. Rastus Colored
Minstrels, an aggregation num
bering thirty of the most talent-
- ja i i t . 1
cu cuiureu yenormcrs in me
United States, all of them past
masters in depicting the comed v
of the negro race and the old
fashioned pastimes of slavery
days. The programme is said
tobe of such excellence that
nearly every performance t !i is
season has found a full house.
The people who furnish the
entertainment might all be put
in the "headliner" class while
there are several who stand pre
eminent and such are the Clever
Carys in coon and love songs.
Hear them sing "My Pretty
Little Kickapoo" and "The
Moon's Got His Kye on You."
James and Moody two of the very
best colored comedians on the
minstrel stage. Hear them sin
"Good-bye, I See you no More"
and "If vou wanta Meet a Johana
Man. Shake Hands With Me."
The Roys, John and Lizzie.
America's greatest buck and wing
dancers and cake walkers. The
Wilson trio, in a series of musical
selections. The Great Laytun
who does some wonderful stunts
on the wire. The celebrated
Albermarle ouartette. Messrs.
Joe Galloway. Al Edwards,
(ieorge Hughes, Al Hawkins, in
Kpular songs and southern melo
dies. Marvelous Drakero, the
boneless wonder. Joe Galloway,
that big black minstrel man.
Hear him sing "Here Comes That
Rufus Rastus Band." Miss May
White, Lizzie Roy, Miss Cary.
Miss Fannie Parks, Miss Georgie
Smith, George Israel, Wm. Is
rael, James Harris, George Nutt,
Ed Holland, A. J. Jones, James
Olney, Wm. Hoyle, Joe Hughes,
and many others are also in the
L. Man of Marked Ability Suddenly
Ooes to Si Üeward.
Julian J. Trujillo is dead.
Death claimed its own at eleven
o'clock Tuesday night at Ran
chos de La Joya where the de
ceased was teaching school.
The news caused great surprise
and profound sorrow among the
many relatives and friends of
Mr. Trujillo in Socorro and vi
cinity. Death resulted from a
severe cold which developed into
a fever and other complications.
The remains were laid to rest in
the Catholic cemetery at La
Joya in the presence of a large
concourse of sorrowing relatives,
friends, and acquaintances.
Mr. Trujillo was born in So
corro in 1844. He was educated
for the priesthood but never
took orders. At various time.s
he occupied a variety of public
positions, everyone of which he
filled with credit to himself and
satisfaction to -those whom he
served. It is doubtful whether
any man in New Mexico ever
taught public school in as manv i
districts as Mr. Trujillo did.
He was a man of unquestioned
ability and kindly disposition.
His sorrowing family have, !
therefore, the keen sympathy oí
an extremely large circle of
friends and acquaintances. May !
he rest in peace. j
Sheriff Aniceto C. Abevtia did
an excellent piece of work this
week in the capture of Jose Lu
zano, wanted for appropriating
unto himself a span of horses
and a carriage belonging to Luis
Chavez of Escondida. Very
soon after the proper documents
were placed in Sheriff Abeytia's
hands he located his man at
Vado de Juan Pais in Guadalupe
county, sent Deputy Henry Drey
tus for him, and Luzano is now
in the Socorro county jail await
ing his preliminary hearing.
Cashier E. L. Price of the So
corro state lianic is the proua
possessor of an adding machine
Th) inachine ha M ab.
! 80lute necessit twt of the
.,, rowinjr bu8ness of the
Max H. Montoya's name v
among those of the guest at
the Winkler hotel Thnrsda.
S. Michaelis of the BecWf
Blackwtll company at Magda
len was a guevt M the Winkler
hotel Monday.
A. K. Rouiller of Paraj wan
in Socorro Thursday on private
buMness. Mr. Rouiller report1
the era of prosperity in full forc
at' Paraje and vw initv
I Mr. and Mrs. John Bowidah
with their two interesting litth
. daughters have gone up t Mg'
Idalena wVre they will n-idr
I for some two or three months.
W. S. Fullertoii
arrived i y
Socorre the first of the weoW
from hi
ruiuli m the DatiU
to Albuiiiieriiue ou iri
! hi
s wav
vate business. Mr.
l ulWluh
, returned to Socorro
; morning.
Will C. Barnes of Las Vega.
I secretary of the territorial cattle
: sanitary board, and Prof. Geo.
; S. Kainsev. of Alhuueriur were
j in Socorro Thursday on their
v:i - lnituA. frurii nl tiamlimr fli.
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I Cattle and Morse Protective
I Association. :
All the people with the Rufus
j Rastus Minstrels are said to Iw
amoung the best known colored
sinners, dancers ami comedians,
genuinely capable and clever
enough to keep tln-ir .iii-iiencr in
a state of hilariu ami thorough
! enjoyment from th.
,al1 t,,, "rtam.
ris,- in ihr
I The improvements that have
j been !.'. progress for soto- time
; on the interior of the two rooms
destined for public and private
offices of Sheriff Aniceto C.
Abevtia are now completed and
Sheriff Abevtia hopes to vecupy
them Monday. This arrange
ment will be much more satis
factory than that which has ex
isted with respects to the sheriff's
office for a dozen years or more.
The Postal Telegraph Com
pany's Socorro office will not be
closed. Superintendent W. C.
Black of that company has writ
ten Captain Matthews of the'
Socorro Telephone company an
follows: "I have no disposition
to close the Socorro office or to
divert Socorro's burfíflens to San
Marcial, and beg Itlite to state
that I am at present on the Jook
out for a first class operator to
send to Socorro and hope to have
a good man at that point before
Held an Important Special Meeting
in This City Monday Afiroo.
The Board of Trustees of tlic
School of Mines held a special
meeting Monday afternoon iojfhe
office of Secretary and Treasurer
C. T. Brown. Those present
were Messrs. P. J. Savage, elect
ed president pro tern in the ab
sence of President A.C. Abevia,
C. T. Brown, secretary and
treasurer, and attorney W. A.
Fleming Jones of Las Cruces,
who came to Socorro for .the
especial purpose 'of attending
this meeting. The board trdnf
acted some business of impor
tance and agreed to meet again
between the first and tenth - of
May for the election of a faculty
for the ensuing year and for the
transaction of other important
business that will demand their
attention at that time. '
E. . Freeman Pardoned.
K. E. Freeman, convicted of
murder ir the second degree, a
year ugo in the district court for
Luna county, and sentenced to
tlie penitentiary for a term of
three years, has been granted an
unconditional pardon by Gover
nor Hagerman. He will go to
Victoria, British Columbia.
Capt. C. H. Kirkpatrick of
Mogollón made Socorro one of
his rare visits Thursday after
noon. Captain Kirkpatrick had
been in attendance at the meet
ing of the Cattle and Horse Pro
tective association at Magdalena,
where he had been one of the
speakers and had taken an active
part in the proceedings otherwise.
He reported conditions flourish
ing in the extreme western part
of the county
Subscriba for The Chieftain.

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