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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, H. M., FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914.
Just for a Little Change, That's All!
Evening' Herald Want Ads
Three Lines :: Three Times :: Three Dimes
Chicago, Aug. 7. When! suffered
sharp setback today on nccnunt of
a break In price at Liverpool. The
effect horn, however. only tem
porary, the mnrk.d rullylng as a
result of belief ihut ihe F.nttllHh quo
tations were off In consequence of
Improved prospect of gelling shlp
rmnu from America. After opening
c clown lo He up. value receded
as much na half to i rent under
Innt night, then recovered nearly all
of the Ins.
Persistent rumor of an over
whelming navnl victor hy F.nglsnd
In the North sen led afterward lo a
rise which went to nearly IVfce above
Inst nlRht. Active export buying was
en hi n he In progress at Winnipeg.
The close, nevertheless, wna easy.
i 11 c net higher.
t'ontlniied dry wcalher hnd a hell
ish effect on corn. Opening prices,
which were He to 1c hlKher, were
followed hy the wiping nut nf all Ihe
Kiiin and later by a suhstunllnl fresh
Thu close was nervous, 7ic4llc
above hint night.
.(uts were governed prldpnlly by
First transactions In provisions
were IA In r.O cents higher.
Wheat-Kept.. !Hr; Dec. ITSc.
Corn Sept.. 76 Sir; Dec..
Onle-K.pt. tir; lec., 1C.
Pork Wept., $22 RJ.
I.nrrt Kept., 13 0; Oct. 77
Illba Kept., 9 1 27: Oct., Iljt.0
Ilia's go l4vrtM'k.
Chicago, Aug. 7. llogs Receipt
.0n; market .V rents higher! bulk
or sniee, H 0B 00; light, M ffll
40; mixed, IS.4SH 35; heavy, .I5
I0; rough. Is 104.rl.35; pigs.
faille llereipts 1,000: market
strong; beeves, f 7.1011 KS; steers,
lliM(7i; Mocker and feeders,
I.'. '.iMi ?.0; rows utid heifers, f t f 0
4iV.I; calves, f H.0i I 1.2S
Sheep Receipt b.ooi); market
sternly t 16 . nl hither; siicep,
Iu3niui; yeailings. I.'. SO Hi 0;
lambs. 0 g.0.
Kansas C ity l.lvrHoik.
Kunnaa flty, Aug. 7. II" Re
cel. is M0; market 20 lu ii cents
futile llereipls "In; trong.
Sheep llereipls 1.000; strong.
IjiimI Office) Kniiier,
Wnshingtnn, Aug. 7. President
With hi tod.iy nomlnaled Phoher J
Rogers, of Fallon, Nv to ha reg
Inter of Ihe iHiid olllce at ('arson ('My.
Nev. Charles p. McKay dtcllned Ihe
spM,lntinent after having been con
firmed. Iyllilana l Mivt In INrtilaml.
Winnipeg, Aug. 7. Portland. Ore.,
was choaen today a the city for the
191 convention of the supreme tndtte
of nlxhta of I'ylhlHs st tho conclud
ing session of the rythtan convention.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of tho Huts or
New Mexico In anil for tha County
Kotbw nf Sale.
Juan tlsrcla and Frank llubbell. as
Trustee under a leed of Trust, Ex
ecuted by tha Defendant. Angelo
de Tullli, and Tereslna da Tullio.
Mav ixth. 1911. to said Trustee.
Angelo da Tullio and Tereslna d
Nolle la hereby given that under
and by virtue of a decree of the Dl-trti-l
Court of Ihe Second Judicial
I list r li t or I bo slate of New Mexico,
In and for tho county of liernallllo,
which as Id decree was entered In
said cause In said court on tha Ith
day of June, 1114, the undersigned
will on Tuesday, the lith day ol
Heplember, 1114, at the hour or 1
o'clock in the forenoon -if said day,
and at the front door (South Fourth
street door) of the poetofflc at the
city of Albuquerque, county of Ber
nalillo. New Mexico, ofter for tmle
and sell to Ihe highest .and bent bid
der for rssh the following real estate
and premise, situated In (he city of
Albuquerque, county of Hernallllo,
New Mexico, and more particularly
described aa follows, to-wit:
Lot numbered seven (7) In
block numbered thirteen (13) of
the liunlng Highland Addition to
the town, now city or Albuquer
que, Nw Mexico, at the same Is
known and designated on tha
map of said addition made by
otto Ik'lckmann, In accordance
with a survey made by Marrnon
Hroltxr and I'radt, and rile J In
Ihe ofllce of the Probate Clerk
and ex-offlcio Recorder of Iter
tiallllo county, New Mexico. Feb
ruary l&ih. 1412.
All of lot No. one (1) In block
numbered thirteen (11) of tha
liunlng Highland Addition lo Ihe
city of Albuquerque, New Maio
aa shown and designated on I lie
nap of aald addition, mad by
Olio Iieli kmann In accordance
with a survey msde by Murraon
Rrothcr and J'radt. and (lied In "
tha office of the Probata Clerk
and ei-ofllclo Recorder of Herna
lillo county on the lllh day of
May, A. I. 1M7.
Lot number one (1) and two
(II In block number thirty-two
(32); eight (t in block fifty
four (61), and seven (7) and
eight (X) In block number fifty
five (&6 of the Kaslern Addi
tion to the city of Albuquerque,
as the name ta known and des
ignated on (he amended and sup
plemental map of said addition
made by Martin Itapp, C. K
filed In the office of the Probate
Clerk and x-ofHclo Iterorder of
aald liernallllo county en the
lith day of October. A. D. llll.
Nolle t further (ivn that tu
CS XprK MM- T iLj) 1 1
dsta nf the rendition or the decree
In said causa wa I bo Mil day of
June, 1411. and that the amount of
the decree la Four thoiiHml six hun
dred sixty-nine and !-m ( 1 4 . a i -2X1
Dollars, with Intereht at the r.-i"-of
per rent per annum from said
sth day of June. 1I4, 1..ciIi.t with
all the cost or sale and roxta of the
court In adilllion.
Nolle of 4pe1al Master's Sain.
In the I'nited Htates Court for the
District or New Mexico.
No. 171. In Kqulty.
L'nlted Utate of Auierl a,
Frank A. Ilubltell, tlM unknown
heira of Joscfa Iluca, and all un
known owner or claimants of lu
lereats In or to the tract or lund
known an the I'ujurlto tJrant.
Notlce la hereby given that In pur
suance and by virtue or a decree In
Ihe above entitled rauae and In Ihe
above-entitled court, lion. Will. am
II. Pope. Judge, piealdlng duled July
Sth, A. P. 1(14, and an order of aale
of the real eetale Included In said
final decree, and dccrll'd therein.
In aald causa and by aald court, to
me directed a special master to sell,
by appointment of suid court In said
I, tha undersigned special master,
In chancery, will sell at public sale,
to the highest and best bidder for
cash, at the frunt door or the court
house of the county of liernallllo, In
Albuquerque, In Ihe cou.ity of lier
nallllo and In tha state and llMii' t
of New Mexico, on the 2lh day of
August, A. II. 114. at the hour of
II o'clock, noon, ol that day, all and!
singular Ihe following real estate,
and all Ihe right, tillo and inlcrextx
of the aald defendants, and each of
them. In and to the aald real proper
ty, more particularly described as
follows, to wit: A tract of land
known as Ihe Pajarito Uront, lying
and being In the county of liernalll
lo. In tha state and district or New
Mexico, and heretofore confirmed by
the court of private land claims, or
so much thereof as muy bu necessary
to make the sum of three hundred
and twenty-one dollars and twenty
eight rent (IJJl.II). together lth
the costs Incurred, and to bo Incurred
In this suit. Including the rosta of
making this sal, under said decree.
Th terms and conditions of this
sale are a follows, that is to say:
Hld sale to be conducted and miiile
according to the rules and practice
of. and subject to confirmation by
thl court, and to satisfy the amount
due and Ihe costs under suid decree,
and a specified abuvo In this notice
The proceeds of the (ule of said
property are to be paid Into the r-g-Istry
or said court to be used In autis.
fylng the aald aunt or f.i;!.:, and
Ihe cowts aforesaid.
JOII.V H. McFIE.
DaUd July II, 114.
Following Is the t"xl u' amend
ment.! proposed to tho constitution ol
New Mexico, which aro to be voted
on at the coming general election In
No vc. 'liber:
Joint H'-lutlon V. 2.
Joint liroolulion Providing f.,r the
Amendment of Arllclo VIII. of the
Coiixtitullon of the Statu of New
Mexico, Kntitled "Taxation and
Jtevenue." H. Huh. R J. 11. No.
l:; Filed Murrh. IS, 1913.
I'o It Itctwilvcd by tho Irf-gixlalure ol
Ibo Hlate of New Mexico:
That Articlu VIII. of the Constitu
tion of the Hlate of New Mexico, enti
tled "T.ixutlon and Hevenue," be and
the same hereby 1 amended so us tu
read a follows:
Taiallou and Iteveniie.
Kcct Ion . Taxes levied upon tang
ible property ahull be In proportion
to the value thereof, and luxes shall
be equal and uniform upon subjects
of taxation of the same class,
Hec. ;. Tuxes levied Upon res I or
lemonul properly for state revenue
shall not exceed four mills .annually
on each dollar or the asseiutcd valua
tion there,. r except r.ir the support
nf the educational, penal and charita
ble IriHtltutlons or Ihe state, payment
or tho elate debt and Interest there
on; an. I the total annual tax levy up
on such property for all state pur
poses exclurlve of necessary levies fol
the Slate dent shall not exceed ten
Hee. 3. The property of the l'nlted
Plates, the state and all enuiitlen,
town atul cltle and school dixtrictii,
and other municipal corporations,
public libraries, community ditches
and nil lateral thereof, nil church
property, al property Uaed for edu
cational or charitable purpoaea, all
cemeteries not Used or held for pri
vate or corporate profit, and all bonds
or Ihe slnte or New Mexico, and ol
tha coll in lei, municipalities and dia-
trict thereof shall be exempt from
Hue, 4. Any public officer making
any profit out of public monies or
ulng tha same ror any purpose not
authorized by law, shall be deemed
guilty or a felony, sud siiull be pun
bbed a provided by law and
shall lie disqualified to hold pub
lic office. All public monies not
Invested In Interest bearing se
ruritiea shall be deposited In nationuf
bunks m this slate or In banae or
trust companies Incorporated undei
the lawn of the state snd Ihe Interest
ilerhed therefrom shall be applied In
tho manner prescribed by la.
Hee. 5. Thi IrgtHluture may exemr
from laxatlon property or each head
of family to the amount of two
Pec. t. Ijin.tn held In large tracts
shall not be assessed r.T tnxntlon nl
any lower Value per acre then (than)
land ot th earn cfotirttcivr or u.ua.1-
ily and similarly situated, held In
smaller tracts. The plowing or bind
shall not be considered aa addtng
value thereto for tho purpose of tax
ation. Kec. 7. No execution ahull Issue
upon any judrinent rendered against
Ihe board of county commissioner
of any county, or uKainvt any Incor
porated city, town or village, school
district or hoard of education, or
HKalnat any officer of any county. In
corporated clly, town or village,
school district or hoard or education.
tipon any Judgment recovered against
him In hla official capacity and for
which tho county, lucorporuti d city,
town or village, school district or
board of education. Is liable, hill the
same shall ho paid out or the pro
ceeds of a tax levy as other llahll
Ities of counties. Incorporated cities,
towns or villages, achool districts or
boards or education, and when so col
lected holl bo paid by the county
treasurer to the judgment creditor.
Proposing an amendment of (l.)
section two of article ten or the
constitution or Ihe lule of New
Mexico. (H. rluh. R. J. II. No. 10;
filed March 15. Ill 3):
lie it Unsolved 4iy the Legislature ol
the State or New Mexico:
Thu Bectlon Two r Article Ten
or the Constitution or the Hlate ol
Kcxr Mexico be amended a to
read as follows:
Keetlnn 1. All county officers
shall be elected for a term nf two
years, and after having served two
consecutive terms, ahull be Ineligible
lo hold any county offic for two
Proposing an amendment of (lo)
section one, of article rive, of the
constitution of the state of New Mex
ico. R J. II. No. 19; filed March 17,
Do it Resolved by the legislature ot
the Hate of New Mexico:
Thai feet Ion One of Article Five ot
tho Constitution of the Hlate or New
Mexico, be amended su a to read a
Afil1e V. i
Bectlon 1. The execuilv depart
ment shall consist of governor,
lieutenant governor, secretary ol ,
state, stale auditor, atate treasurer,!
attorney general, superintendent of,
public Instruction and commissioner
or (of) public lands, who shall e
elected for the term of two year be
ginning on the first tiny of January
next after their election.
Fuch officers shall, after having
served two consecutive terms, be In
eligible to Hold any state offic for
two teats thereafter.
Tho officer of the execuilv de
parlment, except the lieutenant gov.
ernor, shall during their terms t.f Of
fice, rrelde and keep Ihe public rec
ord, tiooks. papers and senle of of
fice nt the seal of gnternment.
R. f. Moor. Attorney. Cromwell
BliU lit I a4 BU I'buSO Ml.
$5.00 DOWN $5.00 per Month
NO INTEREST- NO TAXES
HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
Beautiful 50-foot Lot in Highlands
John M. Moore Realty Co.
LOST AND FOUND
rt HA Yt:i Hla. k horse, rrom 112 W.
Iron, Telephone any information to
t'J or 14 34 W.
FOt'NI-The pel son liaiiig a hlcyl,.
at 114 Kani Mountain Itoad will
please call for same.
CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC
Pursuant to the Instructions of the
democratic louoly ieiiii.il committer
of Helliallllo county; u convention of
the Democratic party Is hereby culled
to meet ut the court houie, i ld Albu
querque on tho 13th day or August at
10 o'clock u. m for the purpose ot
select lug 14 delegates o represent
I'.ernullllo county In the Democratic
state convention which will be held In
the city of All.tlqiicrue, V. M., oil lilt,
lith day of Angina A. D. 1914. for the
purpose of nominating a candidate
for the house or representatives of the
l'nlted Plate for tho State or New
Mexico, and of nominating n candi
date ror member of the state corpor
ation cotnmlselon; and ror the trans
action of such other business thai
may come before Ihe convention.
Precinct primaries shall be held on
Ihe loth day of Atigunt A. D. 1911. In
precincts 12 and 28. at t o'clock p. m.,
at such place as shall be designated
by the chairman of the precinct, and
at all other precincts nt such place and
such hour n shall lie ilcNixnntcd by
tho respective chairman. Hie rhalr
tnun shall post In several public places
notices of suid meetlnlt. nt pant three
das prior to the date of holding the
The chairmen of Ihe precincts shall
certify to Ihe 'Crelury of tho county
central committee a soot; as posslole
after the primnrie a IIhi or tne del
egates selected at ald primaries.
The precinct chairmen and number
of ileteKale to he selected are as fol
lows: Prei'tn' t 1, San Jokc; llafael Can
delaria. chairman; 4 delegate.
Precinct 2, Del to; 1 dolt-Kate.
Precinct 3. Alameda; Woman l.u
cero y ilurule, chairman; Z delegates.
Precinct 4, Itunchn do Albuquer
que: Amiiroulo A. .amora, chairman;
Precinct R, tardus: Cesar lo Ro
mero, chairman; 2 delegates.
Precinct . mi Pudlltus; Hla Mn
toya. chairman: 1 dclegalo.
Precinct 7, Kan Antonio; Jesus Clar
ela, chairman; 1 delegate.
Precinct It, lo tlrlegos: K. W.
Yoiint, chairman; 1 delegute.
Precinct . Itanehoa do Alrlsco;
Donaclnno (lurulc, chairman; 1 del
Precinct 10, Kscnboaa; 1 didi gate.
Precinct II. )M)arlto; P II Mvlxgar,
(hulrmun; I rtcleuale.
Precinct 12, Albuquerque, norlh of
Central avenue; A. Fleischer, chair
man; 24 delegates.
Precinct 13. old Albuquerque:
Feliclano Z.imoru, chaitman; 7 del
egates. Precinct 14, San Ignnelo; delegate.
Precinct 15, Biinlu llurbara; 1 del
egate. Precinct 22, I .a TIJera; Daniel llcr
erra, chairman; 1 deicKate.
Precinct 23. Ban Antonl.r. Frco.
Monte, . h ill nian; 1 deleKute.
Precinct 2S. Albuquerque. soUlh ot
Central nenue: M. I'. Vigil, chair
man; 32 delegates.
Precinct 2H. At risen; F.duardo Apo
daea, chairman: 2 delegates.
Precinct 34. Chlllli; Jose I). Mul
donudo, chairman; 1 dclcgato.
Precinct ST,, I u nine: Francisco Fa
hrdru, chairman: delegates.
Total, (4 delegates.
IH I8 A. McltAi:.
W. W. McCI.F.U,AN, Chairman.
Albuquerque, N. M., Aug. t. 1914.
The orlnetal emintrle are beliiu
flooded with the-p phonoKr.iph
DR. CIIAS. A. FRANK
llom It ami 30. Ilarncti llltlff.
Ppcclnl attention given to disease of
the Nose, Throat and I.unga. Dis
eases of Wom.'n. Venereal Diseaae.
and N'ervou Dlaordora. Klectrlclty,
Hpondj lo-thrapy and other modern
nietkod employe V
Office Hours: I lo It . n. I lo I
tul f to p. tu. 1'lnsn 1079.
C. T. FRENCH
I IM IIM, Dllll (Toil
tin It and K ntral.
riMMMt iMly sud Mghl. Mil.
Eipert Hair Wotk.
Combing mad Into awitchea,
tranrormallns, pufTs, curl,
to,; ewltche dyed.
Miss. M. PI Iu:n
Phone ttl. 11 b, 4th Bt.
IHIH. HKMOV AXD f l.AHKF.
Practice Limited In Fye. Far, Nose
U5i West Coutral,
214 W Gold
4 1-roum adobe hi.iiac. good lo-
culiou; price, mo. 6 oil.
Hloie loom. Central Ave., be-
tvseen Third and Fourth Ms.
i-rooin modern brick house,
619 N. T. ve.. litii; water
f-room house. 111 No. Fifth
4 81.; modern, 123 00.
4 -room house, Highlands, 110.
4 -room house; ei.st Huxeldlne
svenue; modern. tlo.OO.
4 1-room house on a fine corner
near In at a bargain; modern
with rin shade trees, fin lawn.
ll-room house, perfectly tnod-
ern, flue shude and lawn; near
in. A. bargi.ln.
4 Flno cor. lots. West Coal Ave.
4 4 -room house, West Iron Ave.,
4 Price, $1,500.
4 All kinds of terms.
FIKK INSI 11AMK
4 MOMiV TO
DCMiAlt'al ItF.AU tTATB
134 GM Are., Corner Tlilrd M.
HOTELS OF SOUTHWEST.
UT. JOHNrf. AK1ZO.SA h Ameri
can Hotel, Headquarter Ocean-(o-ixeun
Highway tourists. Modern
throUKhoiit. Dining room service
unequalled. Fine shade and lawn.
HoTKL mtUNSWICK llolbrooa,
AiUona. 30 guet rooms, modern;
tourist' hesd iuarters; dully read bul
letins; guides furnished to point ol
Inle.ert; dining room In connection.
SANTA FK Th Monteauma Hotel,
American plan; serrVe first clsas,
electric light, stexm heal, telephone
in every room. Special attuntioo to
auto part lea.
""'I'.l' 1 OHIIIOli 1. 1 Hll Klllll l
healthy, humling young married
man. Havo had 13 years' experience
us Bailsman; bent ot references. Iso
lation immaterial. Addles T. J.
WA.NTKIv lly a lady, another Hd
who would rent u roo.n, for com
pany and some help. Address "11."
WANTKD Washing to do at home at
2."c a doxc.i. 61 South John.
WAM 1.1 - A
W A.NTI.D Voung man
year old in work in
Apply 214 4 Central uc.
14 to 20
lOMI'I.OYMlcNT oillio, 210 W. Silver,
P. O. ilog 73. phone 361. Carpen
ter, 14 day; laborers, $1.71 lo SZ.bV.
t'1!! I-..N 1' r IV - i.OIII Jl.MlbV almost
new, wlh sleeping porch; modern;
corner High and ll.iio I. line, two
blocks from Hecond ward i hmil. Will
tetint rooms and vurnihh Interior for
good tenant; f so motitbly. In
quire (leo. p. l.carnnrd, :t South
Walter St. Phono ldli.
FOR Etn Xoomi.
roll HC..M- Mi) ilcut utile looinit
for lioUhi kc. p.n4 1: modem home;
only well utl ii It m tieeil apply. Helcr
enccs required. I'boiic ..KX.
Foil It K.NT one ery delialie hiiIIc
of outside olln e room in N. T. Ar
mi Jo building. Apply (ieo. F. Al
brlKbt. Phone 4 to.
Foil KhiNT 3-rooin flat, ll.'f.n;
close In. Apply C A. Hudson, 4th
and Copper avenue.
Foil 1! KNT l.arKe room with
sleeping porch. 4 22 W. Marquette.
IMrt It P. XT Five large roo;.. lor
light housekeeping to one pel ion
or In suite. S17 B. Ilroadwsy.
For Salty Miscellaneous
Foil hAl.t. i heap, a Ku.i. "sioTnd
work horse Apply lleenuks
Dairy. 1903 North Fourth St.
FOK SAI.K ItOO nil mortgage on
good rea estate, paln 8 per cent.
Address A. J , euro Herald.
Fort AAI.K Old pspera tor putting
down eapcts, etc. Call al Hviald
I-nit HAI.K Mood 60-foot b.t in
lligl. lands oppomte shops. Ham
mond, 902 South Walter.
H II.MTI IIK IlKI'AIUI.Ml, pa- king.
Upholslei ngt cHbluel and iii.t(trc
making, rug slxlng. Phone .. 117
S. Thud St.
FOR OA H PET aieaoln. furnllura
and stove rtpsliiruj. W. A. Oulf
WWTF.D Fvery home owner to use
l:n Carbon root paint, stop
leak, last I year. Ievoe ready
paint, I gal. cover 409 q. feet. Tho.
F. fceleuor, 401 West Central.
W. M. SHERIDAN, 1L D.
Practice l imited to
OFMrO-l HINAIIY DISKAHUI
niHK.AKFJt OF TIIK 11114,
The) Waaacrnian and Nogi li T ewta,
falvaraan " Administered.
L'lllscne' Hank liqilding.
Albuquerque .'lew Megle
A. (J. 8llor. l l F, M. II.
I'rsMtl") limped o Tuienwsal,
lrnc Hours, 10 to 11 a. m.
IJ4H West Central.
Albuquerque Sanitarium Phone I4t
jTrs. tull & ba'kes
RpacialiNia -l-iyei, Kar, Nihkn Thro 4,
Stale National Hank lU.lf.
T. F. Tr7, M. !
I'.yr, liar. Stmo and Ttiroak
At Conib' Hotel, Albuquerque Prat
three d.iyg of every mouth.
Hit. J. K II AFT,
Room i and 3. Harnett Hldg. Over
O'lllelly Drug Ptor.
(Appolnlniem made by malt)
I7-I I la molt llldif. .MIutqiHn-qne.
EI.SOX If. NORRIS
Prscilcal ami 'p to Iste Work.
Iloitm I, l yric TlHler lliiilillng.
A I.I, KINDS, both new and second
hand, bought, sold, rented and re
paired. Albuquerque Typewriter Ex
change. Phono 114. Ill W. Gold.
Vulcanising and lire Repairing. All
work guarantees. Al uquerqu
Rubber Co.. It Weat Central.
OHO IICTCIUNSON, 111 Weat lal.
Four Shoe. 11.00.
MONEY TO LOAN.
M i.NK t TO LOAN- Onulre.
himsehold goods and livestock with
out remcvsl. Ne'e bought and sold.
I'nlnn Ixian Co., room II, over Flret
National bank. Phone 1211.
- -- - - - , - r - li-t-ij u ij-jtj-t
Foil HAI.K leo rream parlor and
fruit eland on Central avenue. Una!
In the city at sacrifice price, owner
going away. Call ut 2 IS So. I at St.
The Murphey Sanatorium
Tiiberculo4iH of Mm Tluo.it a id I.unga.
Cltv oniee. 31314 Weal Cetilial Ave.
iMi. II.. urn: :i in 1 1 a. m ; 3 to ( p. in
Phone .'.:!.'. s.iu iloriiiin Phone I'll
W. T. Mm pliey, M. 1 1.,
MeilP al I Mrecior.
DUKE CITY CLEANERS
We clean halo, men's ami no-ne-n's
clutblng, ruga, curtains,
lrnH-rh. -c. S2 Wi-st Uoltl.
Promptness Our Motto
LUMBER & BUII.I'i.K
11 p i' ti 1 k a
WlHilceale and Iliqall
Albuquerque Lumber Co.
23 North rtrat Mr
Chicago Mill & Lumber Co
General Planing Mill
3rd and Marquette Phone 8
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SANTA FE TI'jIE TABL1
Effective December T. llll.
No. C'laaa. Arrive. Itepart
I (si. Limited ...,lt:2a Ikksa
1 Cal. KipreK .... 7:00p 7:30p
T Cal. Fxpresa ....Ifl lOp 11 0p
I Cal. Fant Mall . . . . 1 1 ivp 1 4
I (De I-uxe T:I0 I 00,
1 Overland Express. 7:31 t:l
I F-aeleru Kxpri-ss.. I llp t.40p
4 Chicago Limited . 40u 7 Oup
K. C. Ct Chi. Fx.. 7::p l:4p
tt (De lAixe I. 0p :Mp
t-l Po Max r.t li t
111 El Peso Psesenger 1:4
111 Pecos Valley tx.. lt
III From Mex Ki P T:0I
III From Kl Paso :p
IK Trtw Peco Vsl-
ley and Cut-off. :4tp