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   Santa Fe New Mexican (Newspaper) - April 26, 1912, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                PAGE TWO THE SANTA FE NEW SANTA APRIL The Little Store Again Reminds You of the Superior Quality and Large Variety of the Soltaire Always the Leader Southern Comer Santa Telephone WITH ALL CASH WE GIVE REGISTER TICKETS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Flour Potatoes and Soil For INTERNATIONAL STOCK 4LFALFA AH kMs of gtrdeo field seeds ia bulk and packages The only exclusive grain house in Santa Fe Pbooc LEO HERSCH Phone Black 45 CRICHTON SAWED WOOD HICKOX Near Union RED Wells Fargo Express General Express Forwarders TO All Parts of The World Payable MftflPV IfiUllWJ by Purchasing Fargo Domestic Money Foreign Money Orders Mexico REMITTANCES SENT BY TELEGRAPH THE STAR BARN Successor to MORGAN LIVERY FIRSTCLASS LIVERY Also FirstClass Busses and Baggage Wagons Phone Main 139 MO San Fracisco SANTA GIRLS COIORER TURNS Was Pale and Sickly Last Every boll is worth tlvo an old Baying among poopUt think Unit impurltios of tin blood tBCape when a boll Vtut that is n grtiit A boll is only a sign of impure blood and bus no purifying on ly thing to do is to enrich vivify the blood and the best thing for this our delicious cod liver and Iron preparation without Other signs of bad blood pale nervousness and run down condition of the Miss Alice a bright young girl of Richmond was pale ftnd weak for began taking Vinol and it only made her and strong but also brought back her healthy She also says I like to take Vinol as the taste Is This is the very best time of year to put your blood In good order and build up your and we guar antee that Vinol will do If it does we give back your Capital Santa nrsday night and found Ihe woman at the house of n He made a deadly assault upon plunging a long Unlfo into her body and seizing her by the dragged her several hundred yards to his tlu woman screaming frightfully all the If Torres had driven the knife it would have penelratj ed the and Killed her j Palmer of Vrrlllos was callid and j says there is a slight chance for the womans Torres admitted the tkod and is in the Sandoval cnun t jail at I Four Boys Sent to Reform At Silver Judge Colin Neblett sentenced four youthful offenders to the State Reform The first three were charged with breaking In to and setting fire to the herns candy Yglnio Chavlni pleaded guilty to the charge and accepted the whole responsibility for the declaring trial the other two boys had nothing to do with Being a minor he was ientenced for a term of not less than three and more than five years in the reform Gumicindo Reyes the the He was sentenced for a term of from two to three Nepume ceno the youngest was given a term of from one to two Victor who has been al most a permanent resident of the county jail was also sent to the re form school for one or two She Had Consumption Was Dying Well liav tiiliiu Itui fMT iltinlllh i Mlil iiiii J vill MV il Mil Will IIK Willl II DmiTt tJintliiiii shnit litKlnj in Ijiw M hilirllt winiv ll Illr rnllmviuu tfMii Wilf You rfll nil nl Illnil iiK n TIV Anim MIII miilil I lilVh ililnl Almilt liikcii pleaded guilty to breaking Into but dented setting fire to Where lowroofed walls of dobe lie Clearcut against a turquoise sky And shadows hie neath vine and lat T sit within the patio Where slowwinged hours come and And dream again of sunny The languorous southwind fans my With drowsy perfumes vague and sweet I as did the sybarites afar I seem to see a balcony That faces ever toward the The sea that laps the shores of Pana And is it but a balcony That sttrs my fancy roving free Ah no I hear again an old guitar I see a pair of lustrous persuasive as the skies That bend oer my beloved I see the white cathedral Against the sunset A scene the waves of Time will never mar I see the green and The slippered feet that wander there Beneath the In distant 1 SISTERS OF LORETTO CELE BRATED 100TH And when the shadows steal SehaferDunn Wedding in Las The marriage of Helen daughter of and Schaf er of and Carlos son of and Richard Dunn of was solemnized in the church of the Immaculate Conception in IMS Wednesday Miss Marie Schafer acted as maid of honor and Walter Hoke as best Miss Mary Tipton played the wedding Following the marriage cere mony a beautiful reception was given at the Schafer home in honor of the bride and MUls and Charles Spiess presided over the refreshments in the dining and U Cla rence and assisted in the Both and Dunn are natives of the new state and have received their educa tion in the New Mexico Dunn is cashier in the Valley Bank of Taos where the young couple will make their Silitrmlicr vlu liikcii slili with ruttirrliii nnil In u triiiniil niirsi1 Nlulit HO Ilinl It win n her ol nielli luf omizh imrcnsiit Ullfl irot so Itud thill ovrryUiily cxpcrtd tlml sliv wuiilil nut live iimYli rnlmvl nnirv Amm TrlniMt in ffrmil 1110 lhit sinliiul TulHriiiliitiu nnd iiii Iniliinc n wliiii f Mich prcjiMtri fur he KMiininiiHloil thill 1 Kt fmnr 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Tjeasea yvire to New Mexlcan April Bor an oil died today of in juries received last night in a tornado which swept a section of country six miles west of Six other persons were seriously two probably Three houses were And stars come forth in bright ar Again I hear the twang of her guitar But now my wanderthirst is Ive anchored on the Isle For me no more the lure of Panama CLARISSA Academy Pupils Joined Members I Order in Making bay a Mem orable of r i AROUND THE STATE j With sentiments of holiest Joy and deepest was the dawning of the welcomed by the Sisters of Ixjretto as a day of benediction and choicest it be ing the one hundredth anniversary of the foundation of their By the Sisters the feast was observ ed with as much solemnity as possi ble The pupils would not be outdone by as it were In preparation House Burned While at Dance The house of John GUI of McInUmh to of jOretto ly made a three days which was conducted by Reverend Father was destroyed by flre last Gill was at a dance when the fire Suit for of Victor Caruso has filed suit tor leged Blander at El Paso against Sam Mass was celebrated in the convent iiel Lefkovitz to recover He b HiB Archbishop contends that the alleged slander has ritaval at six During this prevented him from securing chofeen ones had the ployment Itege of receiving their First Holy Com Pecos People Are one of them having been re generated by the waters of the After few A marnageluenBO was issued nesday morning in Las Vegas to Jua UiUrhln words Bpoken by he SIGN PAINTING and GUARANTEED PAUL 305 Sail Francisco RHOADS WOOD WORKER Manufacturer of Special Lawn Swings and Screen Screen SHOW 104QaIesteo Street Telephone 157 SANTA New Mexican want nlways IjriiiK i na aged and Santos two by two aged both of Miss Moya hp aUar where Q U the daughir of and Mar receive thelr dear mcetliatfly cos Moya of Advertising for SMver father sang High Mass Leonards Third Miss in B fiat was Silver City business men liave rea well rendered by the Loretto lized the importance ot the commu Father delivered a but very ini nity advertising game and have al pressivo sermon in which he extolled ready subscribed an advertising fund the Slaters for their heroism and noble of a In this way sacrifices in behalf of The re for a six months initial advertising Another Pioneer Dan a pioneer of the Mo uhort illness of difd here ligions ceremonies of the day closed with Benediction of the Blessed Sacra UK ut which was given at Many vaiuahle presents were recelv after a d by Mother among thorn He had a beautiful set of hand palnled A It Santa Fe SAN SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES TO POINTS IN OREGON LOS SAN SAN FRANCISCO one way via PORTLAND or Dates of April and May 2 and Ke turn June June Return limit 1912 Jl Return limit LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES VISIT THE GRAND CANYON OF ARIZONA Pullman and Tourist Sleepers and Free Chair Cars on all Santa Fe For Summer Tourist Rates to Otber Points Apply to Any Satita Fe Agent SANTA FE ALL THE SANTA N Agent Buffaloes Loose on Plains iCight of Hie Buffaloes belonging to the herd of lUiffalo Jones him broken the pastuitfence near Sun Miguc and are roaming in tluit Orders have been riven for u careful watch for them m tlie Santa Fe In Die arly it was not uriiiHUal tor i Intrainiiji n to tie given Hmkout orders for n inTil of buffalo on the Hack lull i is out of tlie 01 Unary today thai everyone on Die train was gnaDy excited over Die chance of Keiig buflalo on the iiUiiiib been a resident of MoRoHon for the work being done by the tyfive yearn nnO was universally honskillful Sister Cornelia ol orcd aiid in the 1oretto Santa and a Hformerly lived In Ohio mJ M aliMdsome oonisistinK of one Hour and aw a boy served in the hundred and hixtyfiKht knit ted and nut toerelher by four Sisters tii ol Hiiid In the evening a dramatic eniertain 1 lent given by 111pupils of the The different numbers of he jiroKrfim were rendered by Tliiu ended a lay which will long GREAT LAKE REGION SUFFERS FROM By Special Leased Wire t6 New Mexican April piffvailed today over a large portion of the middle west and Great Lakes reaching a maximum velocity of 50 miles an hour In some Telegraph and telephone service was Ecilously hampered by broken EDITORIAL FLUSHES i j Get The highway passes through Raton and Colfax which means that for to cornu thousands of tourists will pass through our Some of ut will travel with eyes open for new opportunities and minds ready to Kohool and ifiirn little about this oughter suggestion ton HOWS THIS otter One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh CHENEY the have known Cheney for the 15 and be lieve him perfectly honorable In all businesE transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by bis Kinnan Whotesale Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the Testimonials sent Price 75 cents per Bold by all Take Halls Family Pills for const EGGS FOR HATCHING White U Barred Plymouth if Fancy Fresh Table 125 Palace NEW STATE BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS Phone Black 50166 Leave Orders al Oxford Club be reuKinberccl by The Holy Fattier ceni his Kpeclal blesHing to the of the com Factory FOR FALLING HAIR You Albuquerque Man Proposes For Albiiijueniui ir ini o i i ni s lieory r lirfiictMie vooleii in jlv io iiivent J in tin iH rji IM retjuire pan tir Kiik lie inl lnnver hi over tin old coiton mills loi1 tiie iht ol ti money tor tli of inaeliinery it ml worliine lillth It the liictoiy through i Kil give vinjiloi iniiit io lul Cannot Lose When You Use j This j We promise sou if hair fall ing and you have not let it go too you can nt ImldneKK and get a icw growth of it on Ail i inieldal juepaiM ii slillilllate ulaiion arouiiil hair iioui I tlitiitlnill and It if and IK a K a r a 1 Uiitt1 Ihlis II Do uat Drunken on Woman Torres ol llooiingo eti on ensure o ashaull with iiitent io Kill upon Maiia K ii inhad living MIItime toiiiv 11 otloct ui tu try Hexall Hair j r pi oinin tliat it will i lecily lit h comes in two B iriccs i1 and lull i ah obtain K xall Hemc dieF In only at ourj tnr The Fi i DriiK Co FraiiciMo I JULIUS MURALIER The Tailor Will repair or alter Ladies and Gents Garments at reasonable prices and will guarantee his Orders taken for Ladies and Gents Custom Made Skirts or Riding Thirty years of experience in tailoring in seme ol the largest titles in Europe and 10 Washington Pbooe Black Ooods Called for and For forty years youve knusvj the name Coldwell Lawn Mower by always iJ sociatcd it with best in the mower Coldwell Lawn Mowers are built to their lite isnt spent in a repair always ready for The Coldwell guarantee is back of mai A guarantee to give satisfaction Cold wells are Highly tempered chrome steel not the ordinary building steel is used in a The bearings are all instantly sliding ratchets are the machines have the Coldwell terrace cutting attachment that makes a machine cut as smoothly on a steep terrace as on the Come in and let us show you a WoodDavis Hardware If Its We Have Skippng the Bad Why Import Mineral if WHEN YOU CAN 1ET THK Celebrated Maiden Buttee Mineral Wafl All Kinds of Special Ball Ginger Ale Delivered to your Patronize home Leaven KAUNE PHONE THE SANTA FE MINERAL WATERl FRANK Room FIRE INSURANCE AND FIDELITY Writes all the Modern Policies at Lowest REAL ESTATE For Improved and Unimproved City Property and j Ranches With and Without For Full Information Phone OPEN DAY AND NIGHT La Salie Restaurant Telephone Two Doors Below Andrewo Meals 25 Room8 for Kent 25c and Short Orders at All BOARD BY THE WEEK KrtncC Noodle Order I a Mew York Chop Sucy WOODY S HACK Prom BARRANCA TO Tj Meets Both North Bounds Barranca on the the north bound train and at 7 Ten mllea shorter than Good covereonucki Fare round furnished commero af men the WWi Station EconomyGrocery FOR THIS WEtrk ONLY and 2 for Breakfast Best Light House 6 bars for per Four Phones and Fite Propiletor Burrow Alle and San Fraocisco Stj w Metliofl Episcopal Cte General ConfereJ MAY IstJIst WOUND TRIP RATH SANTA N Dates oi April 2 May 15 and 22 J Return June SANTA Nfw Mcxiean Want   

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