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THE ALBUQUESQU-É MORNING JOURNAL Saturday. October 21. 1P05. FIVE MILES OF NEW STREETS FOR ALBUQUERQUE To Be Laid Out in Terrace Addition. P11VATE WATER PLANT WILL SUPPLY NEW LOTS The Terrace Improvement com pany thin week has a large forre of men- ami Iranm at work on its Im provement to the city of Albuquerque and the eand hllU on the eastern edge of the Mi-na opposite the terminus of Silver avenue, arc rapidly being me tamorphosed Into a hriud level ter race which will be divided up Into building lots. When the Improvements nre com pleted five miles of new streets will be opened up In one of the finest real dene districts In Albuquerque. The Improvement Is one of the most Im portant made In the city for a Ions timo and will add greatly to the ap pearance of that ?e; Hon of AlbuqutT que. Trees will he set out nlong the new streets and water pipes will he laid I onee, the cornpnny having ápplied to the city for a franchise to operate n private water plant to supply the ad dition. A member of the company stated yes terday to the Journal that $5.000 Is to be spent In the grading and filling and Retting the lots ready to be placed on the market. When the grading is finished. Gold. Silver. Lead and Coal avenue will be extended from their present eastern limits clear through the sand hills to the mesa proper. Does Your Heart Beat !Ii les. ÍOO.OUO times each day. Doe it send out good blood or bad blood? You know, for good blood ia good health; bid blood, bad health. Ask own doctor about taking Ayer's arsapanlla tor thin, impure blood. f ün M lecrrti t w. Mblltk ' t n ..n tfce fm.l. nt (( Hf medicines. Low.;'. Mn.ii! TERR1T0RIALISMS A Judicious Inquiry. A well knrwn traveling man whe visits the drug trade says he has often heard druggists Inquire of customer who asked for a cough medicine, whether It was wanted for a child 01 for an adult, and if for a child thej almost invariably recommend Cham berlains Cough Remedy. The reason for this is that they know that thert is no danger from It and that it al ways cures. There Is not the leasi danger In giving It. and for roughs rolds and croup It is unsurpassed. Foi ale by all druggists. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR FINISHES WORK TODAY ii,k;t itwotirr sr.it vi:i UVST XltillT nv AliAII CHAI'. Ti lt TO VISITOKS. A brilliant banquet at Masonic hall last night given by Adah Chaptei of the Order of the Eastern War con eluded the first day's sesfion of tin grand chaplur of the order In New Mexico. It was preceded by the exrm plillcatlon of "Floral Work" by the la illes of the local branch of the organ! cation for the benclit of the numerous vIsi'oi'K. The two days' scssjnn of the grand chapter begin at Masonic hall yester day morning with the work of organi zation ami with addresses by Worth) (r.ind Mai ron lm-7. It. Chlsum. of líos, well, and tlrap.l I'atron J. I. Chase, of Sm-nrro. In the afternoon the following offi cers were elected : Crand Matron Minnie Miller. Al buquerque. (.rand I'atron Ir. J. C. Slack, Clay ton. Associate (irand Matron Emma Benedict. I;is Vegas. Associate tírand I'atron John K. Griffith. Socorrí. Grand Si-cntary Elizabeth Harsch, Albuquerque. Grand Tie isurer Mis. M. IS. Heed, I, as Vegas. Grand fondm-tres Lena Bolton, Carlsbad. Assoilale Grand Conductress Mrs. C. .1. Duncan. Socorro. Today routine business and execu tive work will be attended to, together with the Installation "f the new offi cers. The visiting tnembi rs of the order of the Eastern Star p.esent ore: Jennie A. Abraham. Silver City; Mary II. Imuran. Magdalena: Mrs. J. Reed. Li Vegis: U na M. Itolton, i'arlsbad; I tosa Itisdon. Fina Glvens, M.iil't S. Snook and James V. Ilono van. Itaton: J. I. Chase, Socorro: E I Hrown, La Vegas; Inez Chlsum, Hosweil; J. c. Slack, Clayton: M. K Hrown and S. ll. Dearth, Iis Vegas; Charles K. Elliott, Itaton; John K. Itolton. 'Carlsbad; Jennie Williams, Emma Bent-dirt and C. II. Sporleder, Lis Vegas; Elizabeth C. T. Warren, SilvT City; John E. Griffith. Socorro; Kramls M. Collp. Itaton, and W. J. Bracket!, Maxwell City. Housebreakers are climbing tho back porches of La Vega. It ha been unofficially announced that a third national bank Is to be es tablished in Phoenix. I). K. Hunt, postmaster at Klllson. Gila county. Arizona, has been retnov. ed from office for the offense of using stamps In payment of his bills to east ern linn with whom he dealt. Mrs. J. J. Hath, of Cochise, found i Mexican burglar In her home and at the point nf a revolver marched him iut Into the street and summoned as ístame. The Mexican will spend orne time in i uni t later. Slaughter of Quail. Basing the estimate on the number of hunters In the Held and the bags that were made by those who went rrom í'hoénlx it is not overestimating It to sny that there were from three to four thousand quail killed In this county yesterday, Phoenix Republi can. Rag (Timing n'cininieii-J. The Woman's club of Phoenix, has esumed Its sessions. At the last net-ling of the month th" subject nf 'Philanthropy" will be discussed by epresentatlves or several churches. ncluding the Salvation Army. n well is of secret eocletleB and charitable or ganizations. To Subdue the Salt. Tempo will raise by special tax about $4,000 to be used with a like imount given by the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific railroad companion In the construction of a dyke to deflect the storm waters of Salt river front hreatened Invasion of the residential ;wrt of the town. Illue HlhlHiiiers ( lose. The seventeenth annual convention f the Woman's Christian Tempérame ''nion In Arizona has been concluded it Tempe. Mis. Imogene IaChauce. if Phoenix, was unanimously re-elect-d as president. Mrs. Anna Thomp son, of Phoenix, was elected corres xiixlitif secretary. who will at all times tell the bare truth about hi member, alive or dead, will not occupy the pulpit more than one Sunday, and he will find It necessary to leave town In a hurry." And the great minister went away looking very thoughtful, while the editor turned to his work, writing about the beautiful bride, while In fact she was oa ugly as a mud fence. Kan. sas City Journal. JÍ.KÜ! The Store ofQualily- Slck headache I caused by a disor dered condition of the Btomaeh and 1 quickly c'jred by Chamberlain' Stom ach and Liver Tablets. For sale oy all druggists. COMMERCIAL NEWS Witll Street. New York, Oct. 20. Dealings in stocks expanded today and the market widened out Into greater strength and animation than for a long time past, the sales for the day rising to a total of 920,700 chares. Closing: Amalgamated Copper 84 H j-'usir 141 Anaconda HR-ft Atchison 88 do preferred 104 New Jersey Central 228 V Chesapeake & Ohio 5 tí St. Paul, preferred 180 '4 Hlg Four 911 Colorado & Southern 27'iti do first preferred 62 do second preferred 43 Vt Erie 4S Manhattan 165; Metropolitan 12fiul i Missouri Pacific 104 y, New York Central 150 Pennsylvania 144 St. l ouls & San Francisco, sec ond preferred 68 ?4 Southern- Pacific 70 United Stales Steel 38 ,4 do preferred 104 Western 1'nlon a?. Union Pacific 6'i I'nited States Pond? Refunding 2's, reglsteded 10.'! U do coupon 103 14 Refunding 3's, registered....'.. 1031,;. do coupon 104 New 4'., registered 133 do coupon 131 Old 4's, registered 104 do coupon 104 'Railroad At)e. f3l Third Jv To the Women of Albuquerque Hunling for the "Yuller." W. A. I loshuroiigh, of San Francisco, l is si t .irospei tors at wink along the 'alt river in the vicinity of Phoenix, 'uniting fur gold-bearing gravel on .hlch to place dredging machines. He las been quoted as saying that there re miles of canyon below the dam- lie that will pay as high 'o the cubic yard. We wish to announce that we have just received a large shipment of the famous Pingree Shoes Known the world over for their excellent style and durability T IS OCR INTENTION TO KEEP THIS STOCK COMPLETE WITH THE NEWEST NOVELTIES IN SHOES AS THEY ARE PRODUCED. ALSO THE SIZE AND WIDTH RANGE SO THAT NO MATTER WHAT SIZE OR WIDTH YOU A FOOT WELL- iimDi REQUIRE YOU CAN BE FITTED. WE KNOW FITTED MEANS SHOE SATISFACTION OF THE REST SORT, LFILI S FOR THE PRICE, THEY ARE WELL WORTHY OF THE PRICE ASKED. AS THIS ONE BRAND OF SHOES STAND FOR EVERYTHING THAT IS GOOD IN FOOT WEAR NO MATTER WHERE YOU CO, YOU'LL FIND THE PRICE THE SAME. Ruin for the Navajos. Iist Thursday over thre" hundred cry, anil rams arrived In Galiup front Colorado 'or the Navajo reservation. The sheep re thoroughbreds mid are dent tt the ndlans for the purpose of raising the 'ireed. The sheep attracted considcr ible attention and were n splendid ooklng bunch of slock. Friday morn ng the stork was driven on hoof out if Gallup for the reservation. The Meti'l Market. New York. Oct. 20. Copper closed it 72 5s for pot and ?0 10s for futures In the London market. Loral y Hie situation was wilhout apparent change. Lake is quoted at $lfi.37 . 'i' IB. "5; electrolytic, a! $ 1 .2 f 'it IB. 62'..; and casting, at jlG.OiKn 16.37' Iead was unchanged at 14 17s fid as 40 cents ,io i.oiinoii aim remains m m locally. where quotations are more or less nominal. It Is-reported that but little leal is available for immediate ileliv- the price Is held at $5.00 fie 5.35. Leading producers are Kill quoting $4.85 for thirty day ship ments. Spelter c losed at 28 12s 6d for spot in Ijoudon. Locally the market shows continued firmness, wilh spot closing at $fi.l5iij 6.25. Silver, 62 c. Mexican dollars, 4 7,,íe. Frozen F.Rirs. When the first shipment of frozen ggs arrived from Australia their ex treme hardners surprised the brokers One man calling at a broker's office was Rurprised to see him taking aim at wall with an egg. "What the tilt kens are you at?" he aid. Hut the broker let fly, tho only re milt being a dent In the wall. The thing being explained, the man left with a eouide of eggs In hi pocket ti turtle hi wife. Arriving home, be assembled tin family together, and then bunged an eir at the iiew dado. But the smile quickly fided off hl fare. Th egg had thi wed. -Bir mingham (England) Post. Inu,...,ln mill llwIltfMilUltl f'lirptl. "I-n year I had a very severe attack of Indigestión! I could not sleep at night and suffered most exi rurlatlnf pain for three hour after each meal, t a-oa ti-f,iit,lwl this wav for about three month when I used Chamber-it.,-. limmii h and f.lver Tablet, and rn0lvid Immediate relief." say John Dixon, Tullamore. Ontario, Canada For ale by ll drugglsl. umi nut at tliM White FJeiitinnt Rot unlar night imI get In on the gootl cold bxr mud ire lunch. In mnA IfUI lia Oil be P in - vlnnil that the Whim KVplinnt w tli ilac to got m rIl txtih and a free Ka I unía y iiigiii lumit. Ffr"x'r ,u,,? Tlmt the WliH Ipphant Hil up the fine! ire lum h In town Mturuay nini. V f t t f Wht prt of thla ppr da you .nr.o. la th most lnteretlnf to ths person who 1 eirlr looTtlng for a furnished room or oorain- piau. Ia your ad In that part af th paperT I'liiiner Ditil of Tliirsf. Tli" Inquest on the body of M. C. ''aimer, found on the tleserl twenty ive miles wi st of Winter's Wells, ha '"I'll concluded by Acting Coroner lurnett, of phoenix. That Jury found hat so far as could be ascertained leath was thi- result of exposure and hirst. There was presented to the lury a statement by Dr. 11. A. Hughes, who examined tile remains, that the x t ni I n .i r i 1 1 ii . on an ount of the ad aiind si age of derompnsltlon, was very mi'-atWfactory. The skull was In a t, and no marks of violence were liscoverable. on none of the other iones could such marks be found save hose made by wild animals. rii.vr a fs.oim sxnitacu m OMINii TO ItOSWF.I 1. Dr. Saltzgiber, who has been here or the past few weeks looking for a ocation for a sanitarium, has finally leelded to start sin h an in-ititiitlon n Roswell, says the Hosweil Register. 'It' will be associated in the enlrrprNe with Dr. J. o. Garrard, of Knoxville, feiin.. who will arrive later to assist In 'he direction of the building of the sanitarium nnd In Its management. Dr. ind Mrs. Saltzgaber left Sunday morn ing for a trip through. Oklahoma, but 'he Dr. will return In about a month o complete the arrangements for the lew enterprise. The sanitarium will cost $13.000 and vill accommodate 40 patients at n 'line. It will be located either In the lorth edge of town, where illfTerfnt lies are in consideration or in the tout he isl edge of the city, w here R, F. Harnett has offered four acres of tround gratis. It means another In itltutloiv for Roswell that will 'bring leople here and aid In the growth of the town. Two of n Kind. A preacher tackled n Yates Center ulitor thusly: "You editors dare not ell the truth." The editor replied: 'You are right. And the minister Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago, i t. 20. Speculative tac tics controlled the wheat market here today, support from a leading bull causing a strong finish. At the opening December was Kfi'ic to sfi'Y. Prices declined, dropping1 to S."i'sc. After selling up to tiflijc, and the market closed at KBc. December corn opened at 44 c to 44 'c, sold between 4 4 ,'t i , c, nnd 4 4 '.j r c, and closed at the top fig ure. December oals opened at 28 o to 2S'i,c, sold off to 2Sc and closed at 28c. fillingo Livestock. Chicago, Ills., Oct. 20. Cattle re-i-elpls, 4,500; market, slow and easy. Sleers, $3.55 (i 5.45; mockers ami feed ers. $2.25 'it 4.20: cows and dinner. $1.50i( 4.00; bulls, $2.00(il 4.20; heif ers. $2.00i 4.25; calves, $2.75'if 7.40. Sheep receipts. 20,000; market, firm. Sheep, $3.00 6.00; lambs, $3.00 7.75. Kan-as ( Ity livestock. Kani-as City, Oct. 20. Cattle re ceipts. 15.000, including 400 (south erns; market, steady. Native steers $4.0046.00; southern ulcers, $2.f0ft 4.5; southern cows. $ 1.50 a 2.X5 ; na tive cows and heifers, $l.75(ir 4.50; NoiMhern cows, $l.r0í 2.K5; nativr cows and heifers, $ 1.75 Kr 4.50; stock- ers and feeders. $2.50 (w 4.00; bulls, $2.00 i 3.00; calves. $ 2.50 fil fi. 50 ; west ern teers. $2.50'íi 4. 50; western cow. $2.0fliii 3.50. hecp receipts, 7,000; market steady. Muttons, $4.00ii 5.25; lambs $5.501 7.50; range wethers, $4.50j 5.25 : fcnl ewes, $3.50 On 4.75; St. LoiiIh Wool. St. Iiuls. Oct. 20. Wool steady; unchanged. market If yon need IIctwM'lilen. a carix ntcr telephone The Pair Feel Chilly These Days? Possibly It's Your Undergarments Our Fall and Winter Stock Is Now Complete f We are agents for the following we'll known brands which you no doubt are familiar with lLRV.ltI MILLS SWAX BRAND M ERODE HUDSON MILLS VASSAU FORREST MILLS ONEITA Women's Vests Cotton Fleeced or Plain from 2."c to $1.1)0 All-wool Vests In white, gray or red from 75o to $;!.0(l Extra size Woolen Vests from ooc. t0 2,50 All with pants to match Women's Union Suits Ribbed Cotton Union -f'-'its from 50e to $2.00 All-wool Union Suits, all colors, from $1.25 to $3.00 Extra sized Union Suits in Woo! or Cotton, from t!0c to $3.."0 SUPERIOR PLANING MILL COMPANY Sívsh, Dooríí. Mouldings, House Triniminji and Stair Work, liar Fixtures, Window and Door Frames. Refrigerators. Counters, Shelving ami all kinds of Machine Work neatly done. Í. E. CVSTAFSON, proprietor. South of ViKducf. ON I IrlST Si We Grind Our Own Lenses For Inii renon we can guarantee S v' ímm proicribrd bj vt. t BEBBER OPTICAL CO. Mfg. Optlci&na Member Oplamerly Board of Examinara ,í.a4..: 4. :...aaa--a a-: a-5- The New York Fair ANTONIO ARM MO CO. I General Merchandise, Groceries & h fiin-i ll hhn Kvrrjr KulurJti'. Auto I'Iioikí 001. 121 N. Third St. aaa-:.a5.a a-.aa a4aaa Cotton Union Suits from . , All-wool Union KuitB from Infants9 Vests Children's Vests and Pants ' All-wool Vests or runts from BOo to $1.00 Cotton Vests or runts from 20c to 65o Children's Union Suits . 25c to 00o 50c to $2.00 Fine White Cotton Vests from 20c to 50c Fine Wool Vests from 25o to $1.50 í CLASSIFIED "advertisement AIX CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE " PROFESSIONAL. PHYSICIANS. DR. C. H. CONNER, Osteopathic Physician and Burgeon. All diseases successfully treated Oflice, the Barnett Bldg. Hours: ( to 12 a. m., and 2 U 4 p. m Both telephones. DR. J. H. WROTH. Physician and Surgeon. Albuquerque, N. M DR. J. E. BRONSON. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. ' Room 17, Whiting block DR. W. Q. SHADRACH. Practice Limited. Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Oculist and Anrlrt for Santa Fe coa linea. Office, 13M Railroad av. Hours 9 to 12 a. m.; 1:30 to 6 p. m PROFESSIONAL NURSE. MISS RUTH E. MILLETTE. Swedish Massage, Manual Movement Photophoria, and Mydriatic Treat ments, such as Vnor Bath, Bah Glows, Fomentations, Hot And Cold te the Spine, and Cold Mitten Friction, given at Room 40, E'trnett building by Miss Ruth E. Millette. rduat nurse from Battle Creek Sanitarium. ÚNION (UkBI Money to Loan On Furniture, Pianoa, Organs, Horsea Wagons and ather Chattels; also OS salaries and warehouse receipts, aa loir as 110.00 and aa high aa $200.09. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Oooda to remain In your possession. Cur rates are reasonable. Call and see us before borrewing. Steamship tickets ta arvd from all parts of the world. THES HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO Rooms 2 and 4. Grant Bide. PRIVATE OFFICES. OPEN EVENINGS. $05 West Railroad Avenuo. WANTED WANTED. Two good boys over 16 years old. Call Santa Fe telegraph oflW after 8 a. m. 022 WANTED. To rant an eight or njne-room house. Address A., Morn ing Journal. o21 UK VI 'fv DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Office closed until October 24, or No vember 1, 1905. E. J. ALGEK. D. D. S. Offices: Arwijo block, opposite Gol den Rulo. Office hours: 8:80 a. m. tt 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 to 6 p. m. Auto matic telephone 432. Appointment made by mall. DR. U IS. ERV1N Dentist. Auto Phone Í81. Room?" 21 and 22 Burnett RiltMlne.. K. W. I). HUYAN. Attorney at Law. Office In First Nattlonal Bank build ng,AIbUUuer.cuie,.Wt Jd. Altltil fTwPENCER, '' V. O, WALLINGFORD Architects. Rooms 46 and 47. Barnett Building Both 'Phones. MUSICAL. ROSA FU'i'KKLLE CIDEON- Teacher ct Piano. Commercial Club Bldar. Albuquerque. K W8 don't o your hauling we bcth loss money u II G. M. BACCUS, Prop. WANTEDi Girl for general house work. Apply to Mrs. W. W. Strong. 810 rark Ave. tt WANTED Two strippers, boys or girls. M. Gusaroff, 107 South Second uopt. tl vANTKD Clean Journnl office. cotton rags at WANTED, Competent Womn for general housework, family of two. Ap-ply to Dr. Cutter. Smita Fe hospital. WANTED. Woman for housework, 410 West Gold. general tf WANTED Girl for general house work; 724 South Third st. tf WANTED Competent girl, good wages. Mrs. B. Ilfeld, 619 West Cop per avenue. tf WANTED Girl to n.sstst in cooking and housework.' 315 South Third st. WANTED. More boarders at Casa de Oro. Home cooking. New manage ment. . tf W A NTBD. Help at Casa de Oro, tf WANTED. To buy young calve suckling or weaned. Highest price paid. ddress C' rare Journal. tf -MALE HELP WAVI'KI tvAiMhU len painters tit once-;. SPÍL í!Lr e 1 1 'Zi 8 North 5th st. o21 WANTED Drug clerk. Address L this office. tf WANTED Messenger boys at the Western Union Telegrnph Co. o2l l O tl HAIjIu RICO HOTEL III N. First Street D1NELLI & LENCIONI. Props. Saloon, Rettatiraal A Rooming Housi BJifeldtglCo FOR A LONG TIME Our label his stood for nil that is best in merHcHl merchandise, and we intend keeping up the st indard. Brice nnd quality protection go with our label. Set? that your drug f tore purchases bear it. FOR SALE. Navaio rue. stair nr. pet and instantaneous heater, at room 31 Harnett building. o23 FOR SALE. Saddle pony, cheap. V. R. W I O. Itnx 79. o22 FOR SALE. At -a bargain, good Sil ver Denver No. 8 cook stove: also saddle and bridle. 909 North 11th st. o23 FOR SALE. A good team of horses, set of double harness and light spring wagon wi'th new cover, for sale cheap. Inquire 1023 N. 8bh st. in tent. ' " o23 FOIR SALE. Five-rootn modern brick dwelling; 50 foot lot, rents for $25.00. Owner leaving city. A snap if taken at once. Address B. A., Jour nnl. . . B. H. Briggs & Co. Props. Alvarado Pharmacy First St. and Gold Ave. Both 'Phones FOR SALE Wind mill, tank and tower, complete. Apply W. W. Mo Clellan. 109 South First st. 022 FOR SALÉ Top buggy. 303 West Gold. . o20 FOR ALE. New saddle, $7.00; fancy iron bed and spring, $15.00. Call between 6 and 7 p. m. 43 Barnett Bldg. - o21 FOR SALE Newly furnished room ing house. Address G, Journal office. FOR SALE. Cheap, second hand copper still, one 1,000-gallon wine cask, one 600-gallon. wine cask, twelve 500-gallon wine casks, wine pump, hose, capping machines, grape crush ers. Apply to the John Becker com pany, Belén, N. M. . jpou HFjrr. FOR RENT. A sunny furnished room with bath, and electric, light. Singly nr with use of kitchen. 228 N. Waller street. o23 Communication Made Easy Between the Great Southwest and Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points North and East by the El P&.SO Southwestern System Rock Island System Shortest, Quickest, therefore the Bent. The Only way with two through trains daily, carrying Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Obser ration Dining Cars, Chair Cars and Coacl.es. For any trip, any where, any time TAKE THE SOUTHWESTERN. GARNETT KING V. R. STILES General Agent, f Gen. Pass, Agent EL PASO. TEXAS. Toti & Gradi, pealen It ( ,. GROCERIES, PHOVÍsrOJiB, BAT, GRAIN AND FUEL. Flae Line of Imported Wine, Lienor aa1 Clara. PImoo jour orden tor this line with as, m-m-117 NORTH THIRD RTRKET A FLEISCHER Real Estate and Loans. Fire Insurance. Surety Bonds. tllH SouUi Second btreet. Automatlo Tlione 2S. IX) It RALE. $2,650 8-room, two-atory, frame dwelling, bath and electric lights, on corner. New, a bargain. $1,850 B-room brick cottage, on Highlands, close In, $ 1,600 New B-room frame cottage, well built, near shops; easy pay ments. . $3,800 -roonf, 2-story brick, suita ble for rooming or boarding house, on Highlands. $2,900 New 7-roo'm, 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. $1,800 6-toom frame, near ahupa. $1.200 4-room frame cottage; new, North Eighth t.: easr tarms. $1,400 B-room frame cottage; bath, mrge shade trees; Fourth ward, $1.250 4-room frame cottage; bath, electric lights; rloqe In. $$,000 7-room. two story, modera brlrk dwelling; bath: gas; electric lights; bam. $$,200 B-room brick cottage: modero well built; large cellar; good barn: trees and lawn: One location. West Tl leras road. $2.700 6-room frame dwelling with modern conveniences: well built 8 Amo st. $2.800 B-room frame cottage, mod ern conveniences, trees and shrub herv. rorner lot. R0zl41. $2,800 6-room brick cottage: larg bath room. South Arno st. $3,10U--Nice residence in Highlands, Q rooms; modern conveniences; cellar, hnrn. lawn: lot 71x150. $1,000 B-room frame cottage; treei and shrubbery; near shoos. IjjO 4-room new adobe; with stont foundation and shingle roof; trees i near shops. . , Mi' to IrfMti on GcmhI TWA VftMU at 'w iutu- oí in tercio. FOR RENT. A limited number of modern rooms with private board, at 42fi W. Ix-.iil avenue. o27 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for housekeeping. 309 North Arno. FOR RENT Five-room cottage furnished. 303 Hnzr-ldin ave. tf FOR RENT. Rooms furninheil for light housekeeping. Meal place for health seekers. 130,1 University Hill. FOR RENT Room and board. Only healthy people desired. 310 West Coal. o2J FOR" RENT Nicely furnished rooms. No invulids. 114 North Sec ond street. o24 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Rent reasonable. MBJKent avenue. tf FOR RENT.- Furnished rooms. steam heated. 303 4 West Railroad avenue. tf THERE are people reading 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 ithould have been In today. FOR RENT Furnished rooms and board In tirlvate famllv. 41E North Second street. tf FOR RENT. Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. No Invalids. 401 North 6th street. tf board'. FOR RENT. Rooma and 81 S South 3rd street. tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms. bath, electric lights; terms reasonable. 78 4 8outh Se cond street. o 7 FOR RENT Apartments In Park View Terrace, eight rooms each, mod ern equipment throughout. II. H. Til ton, room 19, Orant Block. tf AKKIUES. BREAD. PIES AND CAKES DE- llvered to any part of the city, wed ding cakes a specialty; satisfaction guaranteed. S. N. Balling, Pioneer Bakery, 207 South First street H. E. No. fi47. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, land of fice at Santa Fe, N. M., September 25, 1805. Notice 4s hereby given that the following named settler has filed no tire of bis intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the probate clerk at Albuquerque, N. M. on November 4, 1905, via: Juan Romero, for the S. W. quarter. Seo. 4, -T. t N.. R. 6 E. He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, via,; Filomeno Mora, of Eseo bosa, N. M.; Juan Antonio Alderete, of Peralta, N. M.; Prudencio Maldona do, of Escabosa, N, M.; Jose Mali donndo, of Eecúhosit, N. M. MANUEL R. OTK1U), Register. ivfa Tins FIvOniST.