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Saturtliiy, Urtolter 21, IR05.
THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL! VC.V. M-.YKN MININAEXPERT IS M HUSIASTIC OVER NEW MEXICO Believes Territory Is Land of Opportunity. INCREASING ACTIVITY IN THE MAGDALENA DISTRICT Tventy-Seven Mew Mouses Now Being Built in the Eastern Addition, Highlands P. E. Johnson, of Colorado Springs, an old-time mining operator who owns valuable properties in the Cripple Creek district, was in the city yes terday accompanied by Fred Huck, also of Colorado Springs. Mr. John eon 'has been down In the Magdalena country where ihe has mining interests. , Mr. Johnson, uiho is an authority on mining mutters generally, speaks with genuine optimism of the outlook In the Magdalena district. "I believe that .New Mexico is one of the most richly mineralized sections of the country," said Mr. Johnson to the Journal man yesterday. "All It needs Ir a few big concerns to put In a lot of money and reach the ore. J have been more impressed on this trip than ever before with the great min ing possibilities of New Mexico, and am galng to tell my Colorado friends that the land of opportunity is right down here In these New Mexico mountains.. I believe the coming twelve months 'Will witness a great Increase In mining activity In New Mexico." "I am taking bavk to Colorado with me some of the finest specimens of copper ore I have ever seen. "A numfter of big producers are be ing opened up In the Magdalena field and there tore some valuable mines there. One property In partlculnr has lust opened tin 140 feet of air ore chute which will yield heavy returns In Rilver, lead, zinc and copper. There Is a lot of money going Into the Mag dalena mountains, and I believe there will be some splendid returns on in vestments by the time the country has been exploited more thoroughly." NAMES OF BUYERS SINCE THE FIRST OF THE MONTH Edward L. Carson Lot 3 I'.lock 27 W. L. Cockmon Lot 1 Block 31 Mrs. Jennie Peach "2 " 38 W. L. Cockmon "11 26 Porterfield & Co "8 " 37 Jennie Peach " 11 ' 12 W.J.Hyde " 9 and 10 " 20 T. E. Truitte " 12 and 13 " 20 J. D. Bull " 7 and 8 " 30 Albert M. Frost " (i " 12 A. C. Culver "3 " 19 Chas. "Whiting " 0 2! Hallie Fennell "10 " 13 Emma Spencer . " ó and 15 " 2(5 Mrs E. Wood Davis " 1 and 2 " 48 Chas. N. Bond "10 " 27 N.Peach " 7 and " 20 L. L. Henderson ... ; "10 " 3(5 JoseG Salazar "12 ' " X John 1). Bull " !) " 30 J. W. Chasten "7 " 32 Fred 8. Graefe "11 and 12" 25 J. W. Chasten "7 "20 These lots are selling at from $10"). $150 to $200 per lot on the installment plan; $10.00 down, balance in payments of $1 per week. Perfect abstract of title given with every deed. Enquire of SUJtKTV INlESTMh'NT COMPANY, Owners, 110 South Second Street. W. II. Greer, President S. Luna. Vice President M. V, Flouruor, Secretary D. K. 11. Sellers, Manager RYNNING IS OFF TO HUNT GR1NDELL C'HIK.F AXGF.lt WILL THY TO SOIAK MYSTKItY OK I l SA I'PKA HAN C'K. LUMBER COMPANY TROUBLED WITH THIEVES WATCHMAN' TAKFS A SHOT T IlOliltKltN WHO MARK THKIli ESCAPE, The American Lumber company has been troubled with lumber thieves of late and the force of watchmen around the plant has been increased. The oüher night one of the gardlans of the "plant took a shot at a native and an American wttio were Inside the fence pilfering, and who refused to halt when told to do so. The watch man thinks he hit the mark, but both men escaped and left no trace as to their identity. Captain Rynnlng, of the Arizona rangers, has left for Magdalena, where he will be joined by Coionel Kosterlilzsky of the Mexican rurales, who telegraphed a request for Cap lain Rynning to meet him. The object is to form another party to search for Tom Orlndell, the missing Douglas school principal. "I was unfortunate In not being :ible to reach Sergeant Olds by wire and getting him in with the party which started from Hermosillo yester day with K. P. Orlndeil," said Captain Ky lining to the Ulsbee Review, "but now that I am asked to meet Colonel Kosteriitzsky It is more than likely that I shall take up the hunt myself, cither In company with a force of ru rales, or possibly with Colonel Koster iitzsky himself. "It will be just as well to have two or more parties on the hunt, and It Is my opinion that one of the parties will locate the missing men, or ascertain what has happened to them within a j very short time. Colonel Kosteriltz- ' Q lr r Vina man lit Kin mmmnnst I n t-nj (if-i nun in iiio I UHlllinilU HIIU know the country thoroughly, and there will be no haphazard searching nnd consequently 'but little more delay." FAIR MEETING TO BE HELD MONDAY NIGHT CONFLICT WITH ELKS' KMOKF.lt C.UNKK MF.KTINU TO UK AD VAXCFH A DAY. The meeting of directors and sub scribers of the New Mexico Fair asso ciation, to have been held next Tues day evening hu been advanced one day and will be held instead on Mon day night next. The change was made necessary owing to a conlllct with the Elks' smoker to be given next Tues day night, and at which a large num ber of people Interested in the fair will be present. The Klks' smoker is an event which for some strange reason cannot be postponed for any cause, and since the fair meeting will be held In the room above Zelger's cafe at 8 o'clock nnd a full attendance of all persons Interested in the fair Is urged. COMMERCIAL CLUB DANCE WELL ATTENDED CHANGE IX Till' XIC.HT FOR F.N TKKTAIXM FXT KKKMK TO PLEASE THK MKMIIKHS. No matter liow large or how small tlio book required, we ciin make It for you and guarantee satlsfaclon. The Mltclmcr company. ItAILTlOAI) MKN! Wlien desiring THAIN BOOK COV Kits go to Mltcliciicr'g, ut the Journal office. THE FVEHR. Undertaking Company, S07 West R tirod Avenue. Both Phone. ! or NUjht Colonist Rates to the Northwest. Commencing September 15th and dally thereafter until October Slst, the Santa Fe will sell tickets to Bill ings, Butte, Helena and Missoula at n rate of 133.95: Spokane and Walla Walla, $36.46; Portland, Seattle and Tncoma, $38.95. For -""rtlculars call on any agent of the Santa Fe. H. S. LUTZ, Agent, Albuquerque, N. M. The first of the Commercial club's regular dances to he held on Friday night took place last night with a huge attendance. The evening was one of the most enjoyable in recent years and the change seems to be gen erally satisfactory. For a number of reason! It has been deemed wise to change the dance night from Wednes day to Friday and the next dame will be held three weeks from last night when something new and amusing is promised by the entertainment committee. The club Is gelling ready for a lively seisoti and the entertain ment committee proposes to make ev ery dunce "something different." PHFKlí poFl.TKY. Hl'ciller.'). I Hicks. Turkeys, lit ns, Nice ami fat. Engine. For Sale. Enlarging our power plnnt we offer for gale one 8x1 2 30 h. p. 285 revolu tion Buckeye automatic cut-off en gine for $250; can be seen In openi- ?ellent machine, .ompany. The' John Becker ETHICS DISCUSSED BY THE WOMAN'S CLUB M IIS. F. III! ADFOItl) FHIXCK PIt.ES KXT AT IXTKHESTIXU MEETING OF OIKiAXIZATIOX. The Woman's club of Albuquerque held i most Interesting session yester day afternoon at the club parlors in the Commercial club building. The meeting was held under tho auspices of tho Domestic Science and Social Ethics department, the paper of the afternoon being read by Mis. J. H. Hearrup on the subject, "What Is Ktliics?" The paper wns a most excel lent one and showed that Mrs. Hearrup is thoroughly conversant with the sub Mr. Mayo gave a delightful rendi tion of Margaret Ituthven lying's "Starlijiht," which was greatly enjoy ed. Mrs. Mary J. Borden led an Interest ing drill In parliamentary usage, with the rules of which Mrs. Burden Is thoroughly familiar through her exe cutive experience. The guest of honor was Mrs. I, Hrailford l'rlnce, of Santa Fe, wife of the ex-governor, who Is In the city In the Interest of the Daughters of the Revolution. Mrs. l'rlnce gave an In teresting description of club life In Snnta Fe, which was much appre ciated, i ; "God Bless Thee. Love, 'Tls Only Idle Dreaming" was sung most excel lently by a chorus consisting of Mes damus Bearrup. Cains, Mayo, Ten Kyck and Oassldy. Among other visitors present be sides the ladies of the club were Mea- llames L. K. Thompson, Bupert F. As Mund, M. K. Wyldcr and F. M. Par ker. The ladles of the club wish to an nounce that any one not a member can Join the chorus under Prof. T. I.. Krebs by paying 60 cents a month and thus take advantage of the opportuni ty for voice culture under an experi enced director. Call For Bernalillo county Bonds. The county commissioners of the county of Bernalillo, In the Territory of New Mexico, in the exercise of the option given by law, hereby give notice that the funding bonds dated July 1st, 1895, Issued In two series, known an A and B respectively, consisting of 102 bonds of $500 each, numbered 1 to 102 both Inclusive, of series "A" and 13! bonds of $100 each numbered 1 to 139, both Inclusive of serie "B" which are payable at the option of said commis sioners ten years after the date there of, must be presented for payment at the Chemical National Bank in the city of New York or at the office of N. W. .Harria & C In the city of Chica go, Illinois, on or before the fifteenth day of November, 1905, nnd that Inter est thereon will cease after said date. (Signed) AI FUED GlU'NSFEl.D, J. A. SI'MM Kits, Chairman. Clerk. An Artist Contract. In a Glasgow street the other day a Scots Grey went up to a- bootblack and asked to have his boots brushed. The boy looked at the soldier's boots, and then ho shouted to one of his chums, who was not far off: "Haw, Jamie, com an gle us a haun'; 'ave got an army contract." Birmingham (England) Weekly Post. Fall TrnnfornmtloiiH. The leaves are red that once were green; The skies are dull that once w;ro bright: But. saddest change of ail. I ween: The shoes are black that once were white. Vhlewnh Your Chicken Ilouso With Hahn'a Eureka - White limo, Keeps out lice. Tihllmnil Men. fl vnttr Irnhi hook coven) from Mltehner's, at the Journal office. $23.00 Second Hush $2.1.00. Colon 1st Hates to California. 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. Call on any agent of the Santa Fe, H. 8. LUTZ, Agent, Albuquerque, N. M. preserve Your Lawn. Kill the worms with Hahn'a Eureka lime. FEE'S CANDIES AT WALTON'S. Every Woman uinuroauedipainniun Know ftlRttll WUItftlTnil MARVEL Vhirlinq Spro I The nnv Vfcfl Hrrtaf. htjrr. vnanrt mrttim iir bnt. etl -.Moni Convenient, . II . iMMklUJ . iv YJ' iit,Ji' lit mr 4rMtkl for II. If Up mntutl BUtl)r Hie M LIIV r l,. iivrnt ,, otlK-r. Imii )iKt iiniitii fiir llluttntiHl txmk It girts full itHrtitmlu!atil airiMti!m In. VRiualili-ti' Iwlirt. M4Ht H. I O., 4 . UU4 ftl.. hlV tollK. ;4J mm mi : ; immm WEST RAILROAD AVENUE BETWEEN li?tpND THIRD STREETS So fe: ' TMMTEEN SA T7 Tip 3i Y:, a y-'J Ac. -v- Is proving eye-opener to many people who have depended upon so-caJled "speciar sales to get reasonable prices and then did not get them; price and quality never seem to fit. The goods offered at 75he GLOBE STORE "13" SALE are regularly carried in stock and are sold at regular prices; but to convince Albuquerque buyers that GLOBE N S-"' STORE price and quality are always right, for a limited number of days, we are giving every thir teenth purchase to the thirteenth purchaser absolutely free. Nothing in our large stock is reserved every article, no matter what the price, is included in this offer Dress Goods, Knit Goods, Hosiery, Underwear, Lingerie, Household Linens, Comforts, Blankets THE STORE OF RELIABILITY Gentlemen's Furnishings Reocdy-to-Wear Trousers Hats, Ceps (8L Gloves Diamond Brend Prize Winning ...Shoes... t I I I u B n I s g I J 11 y r 5 I IS X I I H Since Friday, October 13, lucky 13 purchasers have secured some of all of the enumerated goods, and before tho night of Thursday, October 26, others will bo equally as fortunate come in and try the lucky thirteen Ainmvnau do auois 3Hi At the Store Under Big be on W. Railroad Ave fl