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THE ALBUQUERQUE MOANING JOURNAU TncMlny, Octo!er 3. iSOS K V-.; 4 f v i s. HUBBELL DEPARTS FOR RATON WITH LARGE ENTOURAGE To Appear ai Hearing Before Judge Mills This Morning. TAXPAYERS' SUIT WILL BE HEARD FRIDAY MORNING ? y Former Sheriff Tom S. Hubbell, his counsel, and a deputy sheriff, left last rrlght on the No. Santa Fe train for Raton,- whero the hearing on the writ of habeas corpus L-isued .by Judge Mills on Friday, will be heard thi? morning at 10 o'clock before the New Mexico Chief Justice. Hubbell is in charge of one of th deputy sheriffs who will personally conduct the tour at least up to the time Judge Mills makes hi ruling. A large and representative gather ing of citizens of Albuquerque, and es tr dally of Old Town, was at th- uta ti 'ii la! night when .Mr. Hubbell wa corted to his private quarter on the rear Pullman by Sheriff Perfect! ArmlJ'). In fact there wan such a Jan by the time the train pulled out thai it wan almost Impossible to maki one's way through the crowd. Not drum was heard, not a funeral note by the crowd which etond In respect ful silence whllp the cortege boardec, the train ami rubbered iulctl through the windows at the parly. All that was visible of the erst while sheriff was the back of hit bald head framed artlsdicuHy in the round Klaus window of the em. compartment of the Pullman. Thi: was observed with much Interest L the throng. In the other end of the car sat li solemn state Frank A. Hubbell brother of the prisoner; Attorne) Nelll II. Field, with Immobile counte nance and folded arms; and a num ber of other gentlemen, all pcrvadec by the same funeral solemnity. 1' was miggested that someone ought ti have had the hnnd playing. "I lion'i Care If You Nrhber Comes Hack." bill others frowned upon the suggestion. W. li. Childers and A. II. Mi Milieu of counsel for lluhhc-ll, went with- bin to conduct the hearing today. E. W Uobson. the third of the Hubbell law yers. remains in Albuiueriie, as oik of his associates, said yesterdiy. to gi to Jail for them should it beconu necessary. It is impossible to furecasi the time likely to be consumed In tin argument before Judge Mills, or whei a decision will be reached, but the de clslon from Katort will be waited will lively Interest. Hubbell Is (.Ken it llalli. The Important ceremony of allowing the former sheriff of Itcrualillo conn ty n baih and shave was performed yes!erd.iv, also under the persona supervision of a deputy sheriff. Eurl In the day Mr. Hubbell give evhlcnc of his desire for a bath and the at tendon of a barber In anticipation o! his Journey out Into the world. The matter was taken before tin court, who issued an order for th service required and permitting the prisoner to b-ave th jiil while tin cT-remorry tu vtIim .nrú. i'ü.i'v-v details are lacking. Tux payers' tax Friday. The suit of W. It. Childers and oth ers, taxpayers of P.ernalillo county, t enjoin the county commissioners fron borrowing money with which to eon duct the present term of court, whlcl money has already been borrow ed. wil come up before Judge Abbott on Frl lay. V'esterday a motion was enter tained and taken under advisement ti allow the plaintiffs to modify their pe tition. Several other formal motion; ami rulings In the county office case.' were made by the court atol It Is nol probable that anything else In connec tion with these cases will cono- U pending the result of the trial In Ita ton and Us decision by Judge Mills.. ' llamona Tomorrow Night. llamona, tender ami true, will visit Albuquerque for the second time to morrow night. The F.lks' theater will undoubtedly be crowded tomorrow evening when thlii beautiful story will again be giv en. The play, the company, the Span ish dames and songs have been the talk of the city since last Saturday. As a play, "llamona" Is filled with Action, pregnant wilh dramatic cli maxes, with a love story that has been fully developed and a plot that ha been worked out with unmistakable power. The sale of seats now on sale nl M.ilMon's news store promises to b unusually large and Ihe audience will be a select one. PIKER ADVERTISING SHOULD BE STOPPED BY THE GOVERNMENT Bomo dally newspaper In the large titles derive a large part of their In come from classified advertising thai la very dec eptive 111 Its nature. A firm will advertise for a competent sales man, salary $20.00 per week and thir tX'flve dollar! per week advanced for . expenses. Man must be well recom mended, etc. When the fads are ex amined, ut considerable expense to the applicant. It Is discovered, that he must deposit $",00.00 cash and agree to ell not less than so many dollurr worth of goods per week. If He fills they pay him out of hi own money, keep the difference and send the mar , home broke. The fault of It all la thai when an honest advertisement ap pear In the paper, folk are ausplc lou, and genuine classified advertis ing; doe not receive the attention H deserve, the renders not dc-dirlng te be deceived again. When the southern manager of tlx Consolidated as and F.lectrlc com pany called at the Journal office n few .days ago to place hi classified adver tising, he was referred to H. H. Mit thner, of the Mltchner company book binder, In thi office. After u careful Investigation, the Mitchnei company ordered a very large ato. k of good and will have them on exhi bition In a few day. They guarantee to furnish you light or heat or fuel for cooking for less than one-half the price you are now paying. Although Mr. Mltchner haa had control of thi business for only a few day, the prop osition I o attractive, that many have 'already become Interested, We be lieve thl 1 worth Investigating. Cheapest Disinfectant "It Halm's Eureka lime. Effective and safe. ' Xo matter Ihw large or how small the h""k required, we ran make It for jti unit (pmrnntoo satlsnclort. The For íi Children EMELIO M'CLURE ENTERS PLEA OF Charged With Brutal Double Murder on Rio Puerco. NUMBER OF PRISONERS ARRAIGNED BEFORE JUDGE ABBOTT YESTERDAY Emclio McClure', w ho ( Is charged with the brutal double murder of two fellow Kheep men on the Hlo Puerco, near this city, some five months ago mil around whom a binding chain of .-ircumstuntlal evidence has been wound, was arraigned before Judg-; Abbott yeaterduy morning In the dis trict clerk, on the indictments of the late grand jury charging him with the double crime. McClure entered a plea of not guilty to both ch.irges, his coun sel reserving the right to withdraw. He was then remanded to Jail. His trial will begin this alt -moon. The territorial petit Jury was em panelled yesterday morning and ii large number of prisoners arraigned to plead. i - Milton W. .Wilcox, charged with ob taining money under false pretenses, pleaded not guilty. Charles Kelly, charged with larceny, pleaded not guilty. ' William K. Lee, charged with as sault with Intent to murder, pleaded not guilty. . William Moore, charged with lar ceny, pleaded guilty arid was remand ad to Jail to await sentence. Thomas Meehan, charged with lar ceny, pleaded guilty as did H. Mc Donald, charged wilh obtaining money mder false preten.se. Both men were ent back to Jail to wait sentence. Jose Haca, the accomplice of Claude !)oane. in hia cattle stealing raids in !hls county last suinmer, and who was aught with Doane tn north New Mex cii. pleaded not girllty'. E. L. Drayllngtan, charged with, irceiiy, pleaded not guilty. Samuel Cordon, charged with enrry ng a deadly weapon, pleaded not gull y and his ease was set for healing his morning. Jose Peralta, charged with larceny, -leaded not guilty.. Trujillo and Chave, charged with te illng sheep phmded not guilty. Active work In the trial of criminal ases on the present docket will ber;in 'his morning and the court will proh il.lv be ocelli. led with the" trial of rimlnal cases during the rest of the week. ! t From Our MhhI DtustKlstw, J. II. O'lliclly A Co. We wit nt the people of Albuquerque o know that we believe the most val- jable preparation of cod Jlver oil iie best tonic, retonstructor, health estorer and stre:igth-creator known o medicine today. Is Vlnol. Vlnol. lie It understood. Is not n pa ent medicine, lis everything 11 con tains Is named on the back label of very bottle. We guarantee Vlnol ontalns in a concentrated form nil of he medicinal, curative and body Hilliling elements of cod liver oil acl lally taken from fresh cods' livers but .vithout a drop of oil to clog the sys em, upset the stomach and retard Us vork. This Is why Vlnol i so far su erlor to old fashioned cod liver oil i ml ciniih lons. We do not believe there Is a man voman or ihihl In Albuquerque w hom Vlnol will not benefit at this season of he year. Vlnol has become so well known ind so highly regarded by the profes ión that It Is actually guaranteed by ver two thousand leading druggists of :he I'nlted States to create health and trcngth for old people, weak, sickly women urjd children, nursing mothers. Mid after a severe ficknesp, and for lacking coughs, chronic colds, brofi hltis and all throat and lung troubles, ilso to create an appetite nd make hose who are too thin, fal, rosy and lealthy. Try Vlnol on our guarantee It costs nothing If It fails. J. II. rniciiv & Co., iHuggists. . BASEBALL AMERICAN JjEAcrE. At Washington It. II. E. tVnshlngton ..3 7 2 Jhlcago 2 8 1 Hatlerle patten and lleyden; imith and McFarland. At Philadelphia 11. H. E. M. Iut 'I iilladelphla 5 11 1 Hatterle Ituchanan and Spencer; Conklcy and Schreck. At New York K.I t. E lietrcdt ....7 8 1 New York ; . . . 2 3 Hatterle Iionovan and Warner; C'hesbro, Newton and Klelnow. Second game II. H. E ttetroft ,...7 10 1 New York . 1 5 4 P.alterles Eubank. Kltson and Drill; Hogg and Connor. At Hoston II. H. E ftoston X 1 4 2 "leveland 3 K 2 Batteries Winter and Crlger; Joss, tlijelow and Wakefield. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Chicago II. II. E Chicago ,...8 6 3 Philadelphia 4 5 6 Butteries P.rown and Kllng; Nlch- iil and Dooln. At Cincinnati New York-Cincinnati game postpon ed; rain. At Pittsburg Pittsburg-Boston game postponed; rain. Whitewash Your Chicken House) tt'lch Hahn' Eureka White lime. Keeps out lice. Don't cus your Fountain Pen. Vut take It to Newcomer for expjrt repairing-. T"V.J mm K.a gt ttanaaa Citm hÁtfkl and mutton at fimll Klelnwort's, III North Third street. For Fountain Pen. I.irfert. most complete stock In the west, go to Newcomer's. To succeed these dsys you must hive plenty of grit, courage, strength. How is it with (be children? Axe they thin, pale, delicate? Do not forget Ayer's Sarsaparilla. You know it makes the blood pure and rich, and builds up the general health. - Sold for sixty years. W k MOM I WteaMhh' JC. AtotOo., iht Ivrmmlat tt !! f m4lt. Low;!, Masé. TENSION OF LAST WEEK OVER IN THE MONEY MARKET Wall Street Is Breathing Easier Once More. YESTERDAY'S TRADING ALL IN INDUSTRIAL STOCKS New York, Oct. 2. The course of today's money marjeet Justified last week's speculntivo confidence that the tone would relax after the special re quirements of the close of last week had been met. These requirements In cluded those for the turn of the month and for the quarter and also for very large syndicate transactions which were put through. Syndicate payments on the large railroad bond issues were evidently re-deposited Im mediately and became available in to day's money market, i Movements of anv extent 'were con fined to industrial Blocks of little prominence and to a few railroad stocks which have been subject to pool operations for a long time past. Clos ing: Amalgamated Copper R4T Sugar 140 Anaconda 124 Atchison AO do preferred .., 104 New Jersey Central 213 Chesapeake & Ohio r.K-V4 St. Paul, preferred 1X2' Big Four ! Colorado & Southern, 1st pfd f24 do second preferrred 4 4- Ki le r.o 4 Manhattan K.r, Metropolitan 0 Missouri Pacific 105. New York Central . ........... 1 .r0 Pennsylvania HO'ij St. Iiuls & San Francisco, sec ond preferred 70 1 Southern Pacific 70', Cnlon Pacific Culled States Steel Sx do preferred 1 0 .1 Western Union fl3'. I'nlted States Bonds Refunding 2's, registered Ifl.Ti do coupftn . 13'-4 Refunding 3's, registered 103'i. do coupon 1 04 '4 New 4's, registered 134 do coupon 1 3 ' Old 4's, registered 104 do coupon, ex-dlv 104 The Money Market. New York, Oct. 2. Money on call, firm, at fi Gi- 6 ncr cent; prime irlt:r- cantlle paper, at 4 i 'it 5 per cent; bar silver, 617,sc. '11 io Metals. New' York. Oct. 2. Copper was also higher abroad, closing nt 71 12s fid for spot and 70 12s 6d for futures Locally the market Ih firm; lake and electrolvtle are quoted at $lfi.25'!i 16. r.0, and casting at $16.00fi 1 fi.25. Lead was firm at $4.85 it 4.00 lo cally. At London it was a shade high er at fl4 2s 6d. Sneller was unchanged at 27 10s in London. Locally the market was firm w ith spot closing at 13.95 if 0.0a. Silver. 61o. Mexican dollars, 47c. Chlcnso Hoard of Trade. Chicago, Oct. 2. December wheal opened unchanged at 83 V4 f!l s' r' '- and closed at 84 c. December corn opened unchanged at V4c lower at 4 3'sc to . u,u off to 43.?r-e and closed at 43V4e. December oats opened a snio.: i !.,.. ,.t 97.V.P to 27T4Ui'2Sc. sold oft to 27c and closed at 21 1 Chlcngn Livestock. fhiraim Oct. 2. Receipts 2fi,000, market strong, 10c higher. Steers. $3 1011 6. 2K; stockers ana icrm-in. $ lSiii 4 2f; cows and canners. $1.60 íÍ4.2r,; bulls. $2.00114.73; heifers, $2.001( 5.00; calves, $2.00 1l 7.25. Sheep receipts. íx.imjh; niai. firm. Sheep, $2.25 &."; i,auio.-. $4.00li5.75. Kansas City Livestock. ' ., ciiv. Oct. 2. Cattle re ceipts 2 000; market, steady. Native steers. J4.ÜU "I1 n"o . soiiiio-iu 2.25r 3.!0; southern cows, 'LTSir 2.73; native cow ami nenem, i 23; stockera and teeners, .:.. 1(4.25: hulls, $2.00r3.40; rniye. urnt, (! western steers, $2.i.i";4 4.50; western cows, $1.751( 3.00. Sheep receipts, ."''. n....r. steady. Muttons. $4.0(Hl b.ou; i amo. $5 2511 fi. 7; range wetners, i..j'o 3. CO; fed ewes, $ 3.7 5 If 4.50. v St. liotils Wool. St. Louis, Oct. 2. Wool market steadv. Territory ana western m-m-urns, '2SU 30,;; fine medium, 22 2S:; fine, 18j 20c. New York Wool. New Yolk, Oct. 2. Hides and wool. firm. Cotton Hoitort. ... , ........ fnt ' The censo. HHIIIMKe'll, ..... , . . ...a.... .,! n hnllet hi"howinr the quantity of cotton ginned fron the growth of l'J"i " T" ' to be 2,235 041 bales. Did you get a souvenir at the Albir querque Hardware i ;. . " week? See tncir aiivrnmiMin u. paper. InstM-ct your library nnrt selci-t tin volume In need of rcpnlr. then tnkr them to Mltchncr's here they ran IK made rimkI as nrw at a nominal cost. Read Albutjucraue Hardware Co.'i advertisement In this paper and yoi ni not. wonder why they have sucl crowí'J every day. If yon ..eeü a carpenter, telchii Ilessclden. M preserve Your I-iwn. Kill the worms with Hahn's Eureka lime. If yon need a carpenter, telephone Hesseldcn. Í' "i Itallrond Men. Oet. your train hook covers from Mltchner's, at the Journal office. Have you seen Ihe modern conklnR wonder I the Albuquerque Harihvare Th9 Store Hailroad Aüe. 5 PEC I At That Show to a Marked Degree ihe Advantage of Buying at This Store fK VERY WEEK this store always lias "specials" that r 31 are not advertised and you can depend are all of a worthy character. Come visit our store day by ILFIU'I dayyou'll find something; that will interest you. For this week we call your attention to 60c Corset Cover lanbroldciicn for 25c n yard. Ten pieces from which lo make a selection. A great bargain. MOHAIR SKIRTS, worth $6.00, for $3.50 Genuine Mohair Skirts made up in the newest plaited styles, in colors and black. BLACK & COLORED PANAMA SKIRTS, worth $10.00, for $7.50 A new assortment Just in some new designs shown for the first tlm- Excellent values. ALL-WOOL TWEED SKIRTS, worth $5.00, for $3.40 Made In the wide popular umbrella styles, In two varieties, in two colors, worth double the price. $12.00 SKIRTS for $9.00 At this price we show a range that can not be equalled elsewhere In the city. The lot consols of Panama, Nun's Veiling, Rroadcloth, Mohair, Voile and Granite Cloth Skirls," made up In the latest designs. Raincoats for. , Mui'vi'l for tho I'llcc. Every one worth Double, - A HAKE CHANCE. Each garment is made of the genuine water-proof material and comes In three different colorings. All are stylishly made the latest ap proved designs. 'CHILDREN'S RAINCOATS for $4.30. Women's Ready-to-Wear hats Under 'priced. We have gnmiicd Into one lot for this week every RiMdy-toWrnr Hat that was priced from $5.00 to $H.50, For this week vc offer you your choice of any one hat In this lot for $4.00 Our Autumn Showing of Silks and Velvets Ci. Miered from every prominent market at home and abroad. Our stocks c Silks and Velvets Include every popular novelty for Fall wear. Careful buyers wjll find here every Inducement that high qualities, correct styles and lowest prices can give. 'B.Itfetdm.Co Comnumipatioa Made Easy Between The Great Southwest and Kansas City, St. oLuls, Chicago, and all points North and East by the El Pfrso Southwestern System tmmmmm aaaaiaaaaBawaMaaM aaatai MaBaaaanMaaMBaaaM Rock Island System . Bhortest, Quickest, therefore the Best. The Only way with two through, trains dally, carrying Standard and Tourist Kleepera, Obser vatlon Dining Cars, Chair Cars and Coaches, For any trip, any where, any time TAKE THE SOUTHWESTERN. I GARNETT KING V. R. STILES General Agent, Gen. ras, Agont EL PASO. TEXAS. cf Qualify- f3l Third Y TheGreatest Ski ft This store has ever shown are now on exhibition and wiling fast. The variety is the feature of thii showing and tim prices arc uii- 2 equalled for Albuquerque. 1 iff 2gt is CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ALL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. PERSONAL FKOPKKTX IOAS 8. Money to Loan On Furniture, pianos. Organs, Horsei Wagons and ther Chattels; also o: salaries and warehouse receipts, ai low as $10.00 and as high as $200.00 Loans are quickly made and strict!) private. Time: One month to on year given. Goods to remain In you; possession. Our rates are reasonable Call and see us before borrewlng. Steamship tickets te srui from ai parts of the world. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN OCX. Roams t and 4. Grant Bid. PRIVATE OFFICES, OPEN EVENINGS. 05 West RnJlronrl Avertne IH'KINESS OPPORTUNITIES. bfOClv companies incorporated; if you have stocks or bonds for sale, ot ter mem tn rough me to Investors, George M. Kellogg, Broker, 345 Elli- cott Square. Buffalo. 06 -FOK HALE. FOR SALE Cyphers' incubator, 220 egg size and three brooders; filso bone grimier, ii i z .south High st FOR SALE Oentle sari die nnnv- also drives. 618 North 6th st. o9 FOR SALE Good saddle pony with or witnout the saddle. Call nt 321 south Walter st. 04 FOR SALE Bed, dressers, bed- lounge, gasoline stove and other household goods. 124 South Edith, tf FOR SALE. Gentle driving horse ana ouggy, or separate. G. M. Sollle, 224 South Walter street. o FOR KALE Thoroughbred L. C White lechorns ÍICn;on utrnlnV In. quire at Dunbar's office, S. E. corner i mm street and Gold avenue. FOR AT.r"IZi'j.m hn,,.i, K rroom house, two houses, (.rnnma eanh montniy rent, J65.00; will sell all for 0.6UD.UU. ie. u.t journal. oil FOR SALE A loh lot nf now on,1 second-hand furniture cheap .to close oui ior casn. w. vl' utrelJe, 116 West uoai. tf FOR SALE. Cheap, second hand copper still, one 1,000-gallon win cask, one 600-galIon wine cask, twelve buu-gaiion wine casks, wine pump, hose, capping machines, grape crush ers. Apply to the John Becker com pany, Belén, N. M. ; FOR KF.XT. THERE are uet.e rea diñe our For Rent column today who would make desirable tenants for that vacant house of yours. There will be tomorrow, too; and there U time enough for you to get your ad In "this column tomor row. It should have been 'In today. FOR RENT. Two nicely furnished rooms, modern .improvements, for gen tlemen only, private family, $10 each. Apply Journal office. 01 llgnt housekeeping. 221 S. Edith e7 FOR RENT. Three rooms for liglil housekeeping. 420 Haca avenue. c3 FOR RENT Furnished large front rooms, bath, electric lights. 418 Norlh Fourth street. 0r FOR RENT Furnished rooms and board In private family. 415 Norih Second street. , tf FOR RENT Well established stand for lady masseur. Moon-Keleher Stu dio, tt FOR RENT. Large furnished room. 214 South Walter street. o2 FOR RENT. Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. No invalids. 401 Norlh 6th street. tf FOR RENT l'Teasnnt furnished rooms, healthy location. C16 East Coal ave. tf FOR RUNT. Rooms and board. 315 South 3rd street. tf FOR RENT. Two rooms for liíhl housekeeping. 1203 S. 2nd street, tf FOR RENT To gentlemen, ruVfily furnished front room; bath and elec tric light No invalida. 606 West Sil ver nviuiue. . if FOR RENT. Five-room brick house. North Fifth street. TianliOi x. Co.. room 10, Arni4fo block. tf FOR RENT Two four nn,l room furnished houses. W, V, Fu trellc, office 116 West Coal. tf FOR RKNTT triirtiiahail bath, electric lights; terms reasonable! 724 South Second street. o7 FOIl RF.NT tn.irlmpi.il l .i. View l'errace. eight rooms each, mod ern equipment throughout. II. H. Til ton, room 19, Grnnt Block. tf The Majestic -Mfg. Co. of St. Louis. Mo., have a man at the Albuquerque Hardware Co.'s store this week show ing the Majestic Range In actual op eration, baking and serving biscuits to me large crowds. H. E. No. 5! 4 7. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, land of fice at Santa Fe, N. M., September 25, 1905. Notice in hereby given that, thu following lianied settler has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof li support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the probate clerk at Albuquerque, N. M. on November 4, 1905, viz: Juan Romero, for the S. W. quarter, See. 4, T. 8 N R. 6 E. He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Filomeno Mora, of Esco txisa, N. M.; Juan Antonio Alderete, of Peralta, N. M,; Prudencio Maldnna do, of Escabosa, N. M.; Joso Mal donado. of Escnbosa, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. Í25.00 Second Class 25.00. Olon . 1st Iiatcs to Callfonila. Commencing September 15th and dally thereafter! until October 31, the Santa Fe will sell tickets to all points In California at a rate of $25.00, one way only; stopovers allowed. Cull on any agent of the Santa Fe. H. S. LUTZ, Agent, Albuquerque, N. M. ksenandwomer; Um Bit? tí for nnn.itursl IrritatíoQi or ulrfttioc( if mueom nieoiurarn ilJKr.iA. 1 ' L I to .rAj uktraatwd lye iwl f tt'tftlar. Itke Evans ChemicíIuO. Piinlflii, una not wtrla cent or botDou. V V.IA v 1 or iwiit tn plain urapner. X V.I1-fff."V3 f iprw. rrP"d, tot VV '.Jr a TO orzttonin 1275. Every WcKian .luurn-iiou win inoniri Know i"'."' '"lTflll MARVEL Whirling Spre The T,,'r.l Syrlatft ; frr. ww. ',v"i"ii ofHt snr 31iic ( OBfnliil. I lk Mr drtarrlal lia II !t li- riiiiiiotsiiunly the M AH1K I.. smj ... irtlM f. tlllt Mfll'l ItAllin ffi ISinmniiFMl b"i.k .ie4, u firt fitil tin.rLliiilr nA .Itp.,.,.... 1.. WANTED. WANTED To rent, a 3 or 4-room house; Close In. by a couple, not in valids. C. W. S., Journal. ' 5 WANTED A girl to help with housework and go to school. 414 South Third et. u 06 HKVT'M Wñ 1 ..,,i- ,lan,t.ff alll ing ha.lr kills head lice, all insects. 35c. At Alvarado Pharmacy. WANTED. Apprentice for dress making, paid while learning. 401 North 6th etreet . o5 WANTKU. lhmliirm(ilil t Clair hotel, 113 W. Railroad, avenue, tf wAwitu Position as bookkeeper or office man. Address Frank Mc Kayog Lunas, N. M. . jg WANTED Cook and helper, man and wife, or mother and daughter ure- ferred. Santa B'e hospital. tf WANTED. More boardem at Cnun de Oro. Home cooking. New manage rr.cnt. If WANTED. Help at Casa de OLro. tf WANTED. To keen a small set of books; also collecting or any kind of elerical work in connection with same. Address H., Journal office. tf WANTED. Competent girl for gen eral housework. Apply 623 Keleher ivenue. tf , , ii- era 1 housework. Applj at Journal onice. tj wXntÉD. To buy young caJve suckling or wealed, inchest prica paid. Address C care Journal.' tf WANTED Girl to do general housework, 967 North Eighth st. tf Al ALTiTnilLPVANfEJ. WANTE D -So m e rs t c 1 as scar pen -fl?r Apply to J. W. McQuade. WANTED ROVS at"WBln llnUn 1.AI.-....1. ' ' I rirKI a pn JO, BREAD. PIES AN Ti "iíTífKfí E?Ü llvered to any part of the city, wed ding cakes a specialty; satisfaction guaranteed. S. N. Balling, Pioneer iasrry. üu woum hirst Btrt. PHYSICIANS. DR. C. IL CONNER." ( Osteopathic, Physician and Surgeon. All diseases successfully treated. Ofllce, the Barnett Bldg. Hours: to 12 a, m.. and 2 t 4 p. m. oin telephones. DR. J. H. WROTH" Physician and Surgeon. Albuquerque, N. M DR. J. E. BRONsniNT 'Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Room 17, Whiting block. DR. W. G. SIIADRACH. Practice Limited. ' Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat. Oculist and Aurist for Santa Fe coast lines. Office, 318 V Railroad av. Hours 9 to 12 a. m l-sn in c n n. PROFESSIONAL NURSE. MISS RtWHsTMrTTarE Swedish Massage, Manual Movements. riioiopnona, ana Hydriatio Treat ments, such as Vnnnr Rafh Sal Glows, Fomentations, Hot and Cold to me opine, ana Cold Mitten Friction, Siven at Room 40, Barnett buildin, by Miss Ruth E. Mlllette n-mii.u nurse from BatUe Creek Sanitarium. I)ENTT8 DR, J. E. KRAFT. llent.l Hiimnn Rnnmi IK r, a is n M Viiaw . the Golden Rule Drr Goods Comnanv. puen o nn ne rt. É. J. ALGER, I). D. S. Offices: Ari.iljo block, opposite Ool den Rule. Office hours: 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.: 1:30 to E n. m. Auto matic telephone 432. Appointments marie by mall. DR. tu E. ERVIN Dentist Auto Phone (tl. Rooms 21 and 22 Barnett BulMlnir. AITOKNETH . W. U. fsRYAN. Attorney st Lav. Office in First Nattlonai Bank build- US gJLD-l! Q u erg U r , . IN. M ARCtlliECJS. F. W. SPENCER, V. O. WALLINGFORD Architects. Rooms 46' and 47. Barnett Building. Both 'Phones. Ml'SICAU ROSA FUTRELLE GIDEON Teacher of Piano. Commercial Huh Bldg. Albuquerque. STANLEY B. WELD, Aisarer tnd Chemist -'. t aUABANTCtO 1AT - 1 .J Specimen Aswri, Cold , Silref , te d, Jl .00 ;n)i two, Jit ; Copper, 75t. Lov picei for cbemlcel work.1 Wrilb Ipi prifei.dK'iuntstndiimpIeicli. I imiwt fdnninsLi Amay CO. hut Demon at Ivcnndiiel tnd rAkrentre alt Hfk FormVrlydoinj t'npiicwoik in Den. titketialjreltf. enteiin East and Wt. Control and Umpire work. Malt order rrccire prompt itlention. W. l.Telerraph Code' ;ZH Wait First St. '- SLID,- UUI USADU ' 0 I ; A. FLEISCHER Real Estate and Loans, Fire Insurance. Surety Bonds. USH South Second Street. Automatlo 'Phone 28. FOR SALE. , $2,650 8-room, two-story, frame dwelling, bath and electric lights, on corner. New, a bargain. $1,850 6-room brick, cottage, on Highlands, close In. . ;. J1.600 New 5-room frame cottage, well - built, near shops; easy pay ments. $3,300 9-room, 2-story" brick, sultá- ble for rooming or boarding house, on Highlands. : $2,900 New 7-room, brick dwelling, well built, bath, electric lights, barn, in Highlands, $2.600 -room frame, bath, electric lights, trees, shrubbery, lot 75x142, Fourth ward. $3,600 7-room frame cottage, ele gant residence, W. Tijeras ave. $1.300 6-room frame, near shops. $1.200 4-room frame cottage; new; North Eighth st: easy terms. $1.400 6-room frame cottage; bath: large shade trees; Fourth ward. $1.260 4-room frame cottage; bath: electric lights; close in. $2,000 7-room, two story, modern brick dwelling; batn: ras: electric liff-hts: barn. $2.200 5-room brick cottage: modern well built; large cellar; good qarn: trees and lawn; fine location; Wast Tlleras road. $2.700 6-room frame dwelling wKh modern conveniences: well built- & Arno st. $2.300 5-room frame cottage, mod ern conveniences, trees and shrub be rv. corner lot 60x141. $2.800 6-room brick cottage: larra bath room. Boutn Arno st. $3,100-Nlce residence in Highlands, 7 rooms: modern conveniences: cellar, ham. lawn: lot 71x160. $1.000 6-room frame cottare: trees and shrubbery: near shops. Í900 4-room new adobe; with stona foundation ana sningis root; trees. nonr flhons. lloiii-v to liosn on flood Real Estat M!t liner fompnny. v JCo.s store. 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