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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1911.
5 tank is concrete the whole system is everlasting, and it takes only one- tenth to i ne-fifth the water used p the open ditch. REAP E6e Wants Today STEAM SHOVELS D1GGINGQREAT .'SIMTl CF HP RSI IMimi ,. ULiiLiinL mumnui j The Mimhrca valley, with its pump ing preposition and pure, clear water, would make an ideal place for aub iirlgation. J. I.. Wiggins, inventor of the ss tem lefcrrej to in the story, Rnd from whom right are obtainable, writes Dr. Milford from San Antonio as fol lows: "Several here and others being put MD IHE BATTLE OF IHE CAVES BIG OPERATIONS BY THE CHINO COPPER COMPANY Eight Locomotives Hauling Ore; New Hospital at Mirtuviuimp to Be One of Finest in the Southwest, SW'liil rorrmpoiulenrc to Morning Journul Santa Rita. N. M., Jan. 7. The rhino , Copper company have flvo steam ' shovels at work digging out the ore. The n."W method of steam nhovel mining Is worked by a series if benches and by this method one shovel can work above another. The Snivels are ninety-one ton Marions, made by the Marlon Steam Shovel company at Marion. Ohio. The com pany "I80 nuve eight forty-five ton Porter locomotives at jvork hauling waste and ore to the dumping grounds. The ears used are ten-ton dumo cars. Fifty of these are at work and fifteen twenty-five ton ears. The new hospital is almost finished. When completed, It will be the finest In any mining camp in the southwest. The drills have finished 400 holes, fiu-h averaging 400 feet. This Is the method of outlining the ore bodies. The new machine shop, a steel con. structed building, is coming' along nicely. It will be large enough ' to handle several locomotives at once. About 1,500 men are on thn pay roll here and at the mill site. Not s bud for a new company. Very rich sulphide ore was discov ered on the 500-foot level. The com pany is also placing this on the. dump ing' grounds waiting for the mill. It. J. Monqhan, agent for the Oc cidental Life Insurance company of Albuquerque, has been in camp for over a month. While here Mr. Mono, ban received the medal for selling the most insurance for December, and While here he settled the accident claims of Hnrvy Fnrsytho and Ed Car ter. The mining engineers of the Chino Copper company gave a banquet to their friends in their new mess hall. A lnrt;e crowd came from Silver cTty in autog. t Eminent Army Surgeon Struck With Facilities for Out-of-Door Work at New Mexico Institute, IHlieelal Corraapomlenre la Morning Journal Hi swell, N. M Jan. 7. Dr. J. F. Leeper and wife, who camo here from Fort Duchesne, Utah, spent this week In Rnswell investigating the New Mexico military Institute. They rami to visit their son, who Is a cudet here, and were so pleased they will leave him at the Institute for the coming three years. Dr. Leeper l in the I'nlted Statfs army service and his decision in the case of his own aou Is the highest compliment that he could pay the military school. Mr. Leeper nnd his wife left this morn ing for southern Texas, where they will visit' friends. Afterward they will go to San Francisco, nnd on February 6 will sail for the Philip pines, where Or. Leeper is detailed as army surgeon. Dr. Leeper, thoroughly familiar with military matters, has given spe cial attention to the sanitary eond1 tiong of garrisons. He was extremely complimentary in his remarks re garding the arrangement of the local buildings, the style of the architec ture, the sanitary conditions and, above all, 'the s-.ilendid climate and the outdoor work of the hoys. He has faith in the school and declares that It will some day be one of the greatest military training' schools in the I'nlted .States in attendance as well as efficiency. He knows of no oner military school that hns equal advantages for outdoor work. EXPERT ADVICE ON SUB-IRRIGATION FOR THE MIMBRES VALLEY (Doming Graphic.) Dr. Milford gave the Graphic? the: following very reliable information on sub-li riguiion, which will In the future he of Inesttmiibip value to the farmers "f the Mimbre valley. Th(. doctor made very careful In vestigation and Is In shape to give actual facts, and that is what the peo ple want. - In the first place we have the sand right here on the ground, sufficient of the right kind in most places to do the work. All we would have to get Is the cement, and according to scicn tli'le experiments two sacks of ce ment and 1-3 yard of sand will make r feet and 3 Inches of 3-Inch tile, which is used for mains, and two sacks of cement and 2-3 yard of sand will make 150 feet of 2-Inch tile, which 1 used for lalernls. Four men 'an mke from tr.oo to 2000 feet per '. To lay the laterals 30 feet apart " will take HOfl feet per acre. Kach lateral will require a valve, 8 metal contraption costing aboVt a dol "r. Two machines to lay the tile to "dvnntage will cost 180 nil told, nnd 'be farmer can exercise his pleasure 'h digging trenches, which vary In tfepth according to ci ndltlons. Ports, Or vent holes to let the water out. nre Pluced Tour feet npnrt and pressure from the tank governs the amount of watn put nl0 tho fcrounj. j the PRAISE MiLITAFIYSCHDQ In f.s fast as money and labor " i ww" I s four be had. Thee pounds pressure tile is thirty feet apart and rls tour feet give :!G inch rainfall per annum or one-tenth inch perday; six pound pressure gives 4 7 inch ra!nfall; ten pound pressure 71 Inch rainfall per annum. Pressure ! regulated bv tank elevation. No roots bother tile. Fric tion Is not sufficient to be reckoned with as tile is laid on level and dis charge ports have a less combined area then the tile. I am putting In 600 acre of fig nnd strawberry farms at Fatmington. I am also improv ing small ten acre tracts and colonlx ing 4181 acres." ' : TO FIETCIIEIIZE Lieutenant of Third Cavalry at Ft, Wingate Invents Com pressed Ration Now Under going Test at Post. Morning Journal Bureau. 1 613 Munsey Buildinir, Washington. D. C, Jan. 6.' j Tests have been under way nt Fort Wingate, X. M., of n new compressed forage ration for horses, devised by Second Lieutenant Nathan C. Shive rlck, Third cavalry. It Is claimed that ten pounds of this ration are equivalent to. twelve pounds of oats, and that It can be packed so as to save much n trans portation. Arrangements have been made for further tests of the ration by tho horses of two troops of cavalry In the United States and two troops In the Philippines. At the same time an investigation will be mado to de termine the keeping qualities of the ration. Cooney postoffice, Socorro county, N M. will be discontinued tin Jan uary 31. . ' The order to abandon the post office at Kent, Dona Anu county, N. Mcx., has been rescinded. - SOUTHWEST NEWS NOTES "TT,, . J 1 i : Klght Wolves Killed by Rancher. Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 6. L. W. Nichols, who owns n sheep ranch in the San Andres mountains, northeast of Las Cruces, yesterday brought in three coyote scalps and the skins of eight wolves. The skins are beautiful specimens, the hair being very lang and thick and finely colored. Mr. Nichols killed all but one of the wolves in the country immediately ad jacent to his ranch, one being killed In the corral next to his house. The animals have been killing n large number of lambs and sheep dur ing the past few weeks and the ranch ers in that vicinity nre after their sea Ins. There is a bounty of $15 on wolves in this county, but very few have been brought in. Silver City Burglars. ' There Is n gang of petty thieves op. crating In Silver City and last week they made two successful nnd one un successful attempts at burglary. Thursday evening they entered the grocery store of M. K. Downes and Turner Brothers, securing $1.40 in merchandise tickets from tho first named place and $3.45 In change from the latter. Friday evening they attempted to effect an entrance Into the store of Bayne & Ward, but evi dently became scared at the noise which they made In breaking the glass In th front door and mnde away without entering the building. The thieves are evidently novices in their business and their capture Is only a matter of a short time. T-ordsburg's Record. There were 102 cars of ore shipped from Lordsburg during the month of December. This Is a pretty good showing, and would have been larger but for the accident which put the 85 company's hoist out of commission for the last week. That company In tended to ship 15 cars during that week, but as it could not get the ore out of the ground It had to forego that pleasure, and so the shipments from the camp were not up to ex pectations. 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That's why We back, our faith In them with our promise of money back If they do not give entire satisfaction. Two sizes: 12 tablets 10 cents nnd 3 tablets 25 cents. Remember yon can obtain Rexnll Remedies in Al buquerque only nt our store. The Rexall Store. The J, 11. Q'Keitly Co. THE HORSES CAVERN FULL OF BONES . . OF APACHES TELLS STORY Sole Surviving Officer of Bloody Arizona Engagement; More About Old Fighter's Strenuous Life, (Spatial rarrwpoadeiK- to Morning Journal Prescott, Arlr, Jan. 6. Brigadier General Earl D. Thomas, I'nlted State army, was retired from active service at Denver, Colo., yesterday, after t military record covering near- ly forty-nine years of continuous service. The closing days of his mil itary life were appropriately observed at Denver, where he relinquished command of the Department of the Colorado, which Includes Arizona. On the day he stepped Into civil lift he had reached the ag of 64 years, having been born in Illinois on January 4, 1847. Arixonans. especially, look back on the past -life of this : splendid sol- dler with very- much interest and pleasure. He was Intrepid In his work, subduing: the Apaches, and in the ten-year war that followed. It is due to General Crook and such able lieutenants as Earl D. Thomas that the food work was accomplished, and the country opened to the march of industrial progress, so plainly In evi dence today. The career of General Thomas In military service nt this particular time will be Interesting for his many friends throughout the southwest to peruse. In brief it follows: At the age of 15 years he enlisted In Company H of the Eighth Illinois cavalry, on April 1, 1R62. Later he was promoted to corporal, and after ward was sergeant-major of the regi ment until April 23, 1S5. when he was mustered out of the service. With the military spirit seizing hltn, and with a tine record, he madn ap plication for admission to West Point, and was Immediately accepted. On June 15, 1869, he left the academy, having graduated, and w-aw assigned to the Fifth cavalry ns sec ond lieutenant. This sent him to the west to begin his career, amonj In dians. In 1872, he was ordered to Ari zona, and served under General Crook, winning his llrst promotion for bravery In the field agulnst the Indians. On April 1, 1S85, he was made captain of the Filth cavalry. On February 4, 1X89, he whs pro moted to major of the Eighth cav alry, t , On May 23, of the same year, he was transferred to the Fifth cavalry, his favorite command. . He waB detailed as inspector gen eral on May 12, 1898, and returned to the Fifth cavalry. November 16, 1901, he was made lieutenant colonel of the Thirteenth cavalry, and on April 19, 1903, was promoted colonel, and assigned to the Eleventh cavalry. He reached the grade f brigadier general on April 18, 1907, and re tired with thnt rank. During nearly half a century in his military life, General Thomaa served In the west, mainly, nnd was in the Philippines, Culm, Porto Rico and all places where duty demanded ItnuV or the Caves. About ten years ago a cattleman named Jeff Adams, now deputy sher iff of Maricopa county, rode Into Phoenix, and stated that In the Sup erstition mountains he had found a cavern forty-five by one hundred and thirty feet In area, tho floor almost covered .by tho skeletons of over 200 Indians. The cavern is located on the side of a precipitous gorge, and could be reached only by a danger on trail. Adams also stated that hig discovery of the trail settled the question of the famous military ex pedition, when the Fifth I'nlted States cavalry accomplished the greatest Job of Indian killing in the history of the army. Meeting Captain J. W. Rose In Phoenix, Mr. Adams entered Into an earnest conversation over the discov ery made a few days prior, when the former army officer gave an in teresting review of the great fight, which goes down In history as the "Rattle of the Caves.' Of the officers who were under Major Rrown, only two are living. Earl D. Thomas, now colonel of the Eleventh I'nlted States cavalry, and W. J. Ross, a resident of Tucson. Major Rrown and Captain Taylor died In Washington, D. C; Captain Hums died at Carrlso Creek, N. M., and was buried at Fort Wingate, N. M.; Cnp taln John G. Rourke of the Third cavalry died at his home in Phila delphia, Ta.; Lieutenant Jacob Altny of the Fifth cavalry was killed by the Apache Indians at the San Carlos agency, Arizona. - . While In Prescott n few weeks ago, General Thomas, who with the other olTeers of the Fifth, performed such valiant service, stated that Del Sheiv, one of the foremost and daring Chlr icahtia Apaches of Arizona, whs killed by his command In that fight, and after the chieftain fell it was but a question of a few hours until the remnant of the band surrendered. General Thomas also stated that not an officer . participating In that light is alive today, except himself, and even the brave men employed In a civil capacity, Including the boss packers, have passed away. After the "Rattle of the Caves" Lieutenant Thomas was ordered to Whipple, and again In the following year, 1873, diatinguished himself while a lieutenant under Crook. In another memorable conflict with the Walla pals on the Santa Maria, when with his one troop of cavalry he was sent to capture a rancherla in a steep canyon, several miles away. Return ing In a few days he faced General Crook and reported "that the In dian had bBii captured ao ordered, LOST AND FOUND LOST Pearl sunburst with diamond In center. Reward for return to Mrs. V. It. Chllders, 12th and Cen tral focnd- I'ostel, -ljidies gold purse. 1001 X. 4th street. A. C. and the prisoners accounted for." There were on hand but u dozen women and children and a few bucks. The official report gave n few cas ualties, but from civilian sources It was later learned that over fifty-five warrior had been killed. After this fl'ght Lieutenant Thomas suddenly sprang Into favor with General Crook, while in civilian circles ho was Very much admired for his ef fective military work. This battle closed the Apache warfare in this sec tion of Arizona, after it hud reigned for over a decade. The Indians were gathered at Camp Date creek, the ruins of which are standing, and were then taken to Camp Verde. The year following San Carlos was opened to them as a refuge, and this dlsposl tlnn closed the wars In the northern portion of Arizona. In 1878. Lieutenant Thomas left this department, for the Sioux coun try. ' Inspector General Cunningham of New Mexico Attending Gathering of Board of Direc tors of "New Age," Morning Journal Rureau 613 Munsey Building, z. I Washington, J).. C, Jan. 6. ) Judge Harper S. Cunningham, In spector general of the 33d degree, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Masons, for New Mexico, and a mem her of the Supreme Council for the Southern Jurisdiction, has arrived in Washington to attend the meeting of the directors of the ""New Age," the official organ of the Rile, which will be held nt tha House of the Temple, in thin city, January 10. Judge Harper will be Joined short ly by the other members of th board, including. Inspectors General Charles K. Rosenbaum of Arkansas, John W. Morris of West Virginia, and the new members of the board, William Busby of Oklahoma and John S. Mayer of Virginia, who were elected to succeed Inspectors Gen eral Pierce of California, and Nunn of Georgia, deceased. At the coming meeting of the board there will be a reorganization of thnt body. ESTANCIANS GET BUSY TO SAVE TOWN FROM BAD GENERAL FIRE (Estnncla News.) On Monday night about midnight the livery and feed stable of It. G. Sotiders was discovered to be burn ing, Ihe fire having already gained such headway that little could be done, besides getting out the horses which were In the barn. Most of the rigs, when were In the corral adjoin ing, were gotten out and saved, but two rigs, the feed on hands, harness and saddles were completely destroy, ed. Mr. Souders curried insurance on his rigs,, saddles and harness In the sum of $600, which will about cover the loss. The building which was owned by 11, J. Nesblt was Insured for 11500. lty hard work the lumber In the yards across the street trom the barn was saved, the fence which caught In numerous places waH entirely torn down. The wind which was In the north carried ashes and cinders over the buildings In the block to the south and threatened the destruction of every building in the block. There Is no clue to the origin of the fire. Foley Kidney Pills . Are tonic in action, quick In results. A special medicine for all kidney and bladder disorders. Mary C. Abbott, Wolfeboro, N. II., Bays: "I was af flicted with a bad case of rheumatism due to uric acid that my kidneys fail ed to clear out of my blood. I was so lame In my feet, joints and back that It was agony for me to step. I used Foley Kidney Pills for three days when I was able to get up and move about and the pains were all gone. This great change In condition I owe to Foley Kidney Pills and rec ommend them to anyone suffering as I have." J. If. O'Rielly Co. . . NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the stock holders of the Bank of Commerce will be held at Its hanking rooms In the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, at 10 o'clock . m., January 2, mil, for the election of directors nnd suc'i olher business an may come before said meeting. W. 8. STRIKI-ER. Cashier. - Application for Grazing PcriulH. Notice Is hereby given that all ap plications for permits to graze callle, horses, hogs, cheep, nnd goats' with In the Miinzatio National Forest dur ing the season of 1911 must be filed In my office at Albuquerque, New Mexico, on or before February 20, 1911, Full information In regard to tho gracing fees to be charged, nl blank forms to be used In making ap plications will bo furnished upon re quest, i W. IK. MATTOON. Supervisor. . , , ioimal Want Ads Get Resits MASONIC IN WASHINGTON PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS Oa Furnltura. JPtaotia, Oraaua, Barm, wi and othor ChatKlt: n ItalartM tnd WtnlknjH HKtlpit low u tl. sad blub iimivo. lom f quii'iiy mii and incur private Tint oua month to ana rr flrn. Oooda to ramaln la your poaMtaiuo. Our rataa ara raaauaabla. Call and ana oa Bafora borrowing. Htaamahlp tick la to and (rum all parta of tha world. TUN UOIDKHOI.D LOAN tOwPAJGt, Baawa aitd 4, Grunt Bid., PRIVATB OFFICE.". OPEN KVBNINQa. MtH Wal (.'Mitral Araaaa. "HELP WANTEDMale WANfnShPg the New Mexico State Democrat. Enquire, at office 119 North 3rd St. WANTED Salesmen "Agents pTrnTTtTlTMTElSTC- JTuTpay you to correspond with mo If you want good work. Wrlto at once. N. Benedict, 327 W. Michigan St., Chi cago. HI. HELP WANTED Female WANTED Girl for general house work. 90ti W. Central. WANTED Competent Cook; good wages. Apply 61 5 West Coal ave nue, between 8 a. nt. nnd 2 p. m. WANTED Competent girl for gen eral housework and cooking. In quire 237 N. Walter. WANTED A girl for general house. work: small family. Apply 711 S, Arno street. WANTED Miscellaneous" WANTKD Furniture and side line salesman to sell special framed pic t tires. N. Benedict, 327 W. Michigan St., Chicago, 111. WANTKD Clean cotton rugs at tc a pound atthe Journal Office. LADiES or Gentlemen of good ad dress for traveling position; no selling; yearly contract; $25 per Week salary and all necessary traveling ex penses. Call room 7, Savoy Hotel, WANTKD To connect your house to the main sewer, prices reasonable. C. Fisher & Co., phone 1106. WANted mlsselluneous HAVK A, C. Hollis do your carpenter work. Designer, builder and re- palrer of store, office, bank and bar fixtures, store front remodeling. 714 N. Third St., phone 130S. WANTED Boarders WANTED A limited number of table boarders in private family Centrally located rhone842l WANTKD Hoarders und roomers private family. Strictly modern No sick. 601 S. Broadway of phone 1503.J i FOR RENT Dwellings FOR RENT Cottages, 2 to 6 rooms. furnished or unfurnished. Apply W, V. Futrelle, Denver Hotel. FOR RENT Cottage, five rooms and bath, modern, hot water heat, Ma jestic range, also gaff In kitchen. A. W. Anson, 823 North Fourth street. fT)R RENT Furnished, new modern tent house, with sleeping porch. 1 01 South Walter fit. FOR RENT Four-room furnished hnuse.Cnll atJJB N. thSt FOR RENT Two 4-room cottages at $10 each. See J. M. Sol lie, 115 W. Gold avenue. FOR RENT 4 room furnished mod ernbouse; 406 S. Wnllfr. FOR RENT 2-room furnished tent house. 100.1 N. 7th St. FOIt "RENT Modern houses;- 4' to 8 rooms, alsqtstore rooms. W. II. Mo Million, 211 W. Gold, FOR RENT Rooms ItVtTENTSuuitMy and" modern room Rio G-and, 61 W. Central. FOR RENT Beautiful sunny room Ir. new house; everything new. Ad dress 60 W. Iend avenue. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 609 N. 2d Street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for light housekeeping, with ele prnnt sleeping porch. Call at 416 N. Fourth. FOR RENT Large furnished room, housekeeping If desired. 709 West Roma. FOR RENT Very largo well furnish ed steam heated rooms, electric light, suitable for three gentlemen. 723 N. Second fit. TWO NICE front rooms, one for lady, one for gentleman, including board, 825 pur month each. 012 N. Fifth. FOR RENT Miscellaneous FOR RENT Storeroom. 213 South First street. HAVE HORSE ""will let outfor Its keep. Inquire Pearson, 400 South Broadway. J5lMNEY MONEY TO LOAN on good leal ea tate; from 1200 to $2,500. W. II. MoMllllon. 211 W. Gold. LEGAL NOTICES XOTICK ol'' FINAL ACCOI'NT. Territory of New Mexico, County of Bernnllll". ss. In the Probate I'oiirt. In re estate of Oortrudls Atiayii lie Garcia, deceased. To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the Final Account of Tenuis O. de Green. Ing. administratrix of the estate of Gertrudls Annya tie Gurciu, deceased, has been duly filed In the probate court of Bernalillo county. New Mexi co, and that said court has appoint ed the nth day of March, A. D. 1IM1. for the hearing of objections to said Final Account and the settlement (hereof. TM ASA O. DK GREENING, Administratrix. Jon. l-23-0, ... STORAGE WANTED Pianos, household good. etc., stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Phone 640. The Security Warehouse and Improve- ment Co. Ofrices, rooms 3 and 4, Urant block. Third street and Cen tral avenue. FOR SALE Real Estate ANY lot In the swell West End (Pe rt addition) which Is posted with my sign board can be bought for $T a month. Some choice ones left. Sale will soon close. Investigate. J. 11. Htirg, owner, 215 W. Gold avenue. Phone 67S. rou su.K. Lots in nil parts of the city; 160 up. rarm land from $50 per acre up. We still have that splendid SR acre farm, one mile from city, but If you don't hurry you will miss It. A good business that cleared over J2.X00 last year on $7,000 investment. Jlet'U GMAN J)KXTi:H, SI 9 Wot Central. Plume 414 FOR SALE Irrigated farms, 1 to 100 acres. A Montoya, 108 S. 3rd. FOR PALE 100 acre Improved farm 4 miles from town: 1100 per acre. A. Montoya, 108 S. 3rd. FOR SALE or exchango for ranch or city property, 14t) acre Oklaho ma farm. Box 10 Journal. FOR SALE Half Interest In best paying business in Albuquerque; small Investment. Address J-Sl Journal. FOR SALK It you wunt bargains: houses or lots, V. II. McMIIKon has them: cash or easy payments. 211 W. Gold. FOR SALE Miscellaneous FoTTU?CbTa7r drive; stock saddle; furniture, stoves, etc. 1 403 So. Broadway.. FOR SALK Jersey cow, 614 South High. Call after 6 p. m, FOR SALE If taken this week, a bargain In a four room ffnme. Your own terms, 406 8. Walter, FOR BALK Five passenger touring auto, fully equipped with top, wind shield, ppedometer, lamps, etc., In A-l condition; leaving town reason for selling; it's a bargain. 004 W, Cen tral. FOR SALE Concord buggy and spring wagon. Goff ft Smith, 315 West Copper Ave. FOR SALE One gentle horse, Jer sey cow, fresh; the best In the vol ley; one pair young mules, John Mann. FOR SALE Quartered Oak dining acts, cost $150.00. Quartered Oak dresser and dressing table, cost $85.00. $35.00 Mahogany Library table, And a flve-pleco Rattan Set; miiMt be sold at once. 218 West Gold avenue. FOR SALE One horse Wagner mo tor, nearly new. Cnn be seen at 1010 S. Arno. FOR SALE A few tons of native and mixed hay. Call 613 E. Coal. FOIt SALE Furniture, mission style, brand new; enough to furnish small home complete. Apply W. W., Morn ing Journal. FOR SALIC Non-descriptive ticket to Chicago. Apply 212 N. High St. FOR SALE Store fixtures, cheap. Aiply 220 WjJ'entral, Ft It SALE'heap, "riding and driv ing pony. 724 S. Second. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR HA LIC Owing to urgent business In terests necessitating my leav ing Albuquerque, 1 offer for sale, cheap for ensh, my one half Interest In Hotel Cralge, no better paying business 111 Albu querque, today. Investigate nt once. .1. A. WOOD. ROOMING HOl'SIM FOR SALK One 8-room, $275. One l)-toom, $.150. One 14-room, $1400. One 26-room, $1500. The above are good values nnd nil are rented to good advantage. See W. V. Futrelle, room IN, Denver ho tel. The best small retail liquor proposition in New Mexico, for sale. F. L. WALRATH, Belen, N. M. JWMSCELI PRIVATE LESSONS In Physical Cul ture and Medical Gymnastics; graduate of Anderson Normal Gym nasium. Cull front 9 to 12 a. m Mildred P. Sturdevunt, 204 N. Arno St. JOHV D. IHUIMMONR, Cnrciitcr ami Jolt Work. Mission Furniture and Other Article Made to Design. Phono 1.171, or Call Htl'J i:st Sliver. BUSINESS CHANCES 11. ib PKK WORD inserts claaslfled ids. in 3 leading paper in ma U. S. Hen.1 for list. The Dak Ad vertising Agency, 432 S. Main 8t., Lol Angeles, or 12 Geary St., San iTan- cisco. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ASSAYERS W JKNKS Atsayer. Mining and Metallurgical SnglDr, 609 West Fruit Avenue. Pottofflo Box 173. or t offic of R H. Kent. 11$ South Third Street. ATTORNEYS U. W. i. BRYAN Attorney-at-lAw. Office In First National Rank Build ing, Albuquerque. N, M. JOHV W, WILSON Attorney-at'Law. Rooms 15-17-ls Cromwell Rldg. nes. Phone 1 457. Office Phone 1172 GICOIKU: S. KI.OCK Attorney. Room 8-9, Stern Block. Albuquerque. American Surety Bonds. DENTISTS DR. J. H. KRAFT Dental Surgeon. Room 13, Burnett Building. Pho 744. Appointment made by mall. PHY SI CI A N S A N U R G E0 NS A. U. 8IIORTEL, M. D. Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours: 10 to 11. Room 8-9-10. state. Nat'l. Rank Bid BOLOMOX Ii. BURTON, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Suit 9. Barnett Bldg. ARTHUR E. WALKER Fire Insurance, Secretary MatnaJ Building Association, ptionn A9B H17H Wcat Central A.nn. 1 , 1 -n iajMjiiiiiiii,luiiut.m ". ", ii ,iuii iuj " ' BALDRI D G E Lumber company. Paints, Glass, Cement, Roof ing and Builder's supplies. DAILY MAIL REHVTCE ANT STAGE For the fumou Hot Spring , of Jerne. N. M. Leave Albuquerqu P, O. every morning at R a. m. Ticket Hold at Vnlo Bros., 807 North First St. OAVINO flAUCIA. proprietor nnd mall contractor. P. O. Box 64, 1301 ft. Arno. Hudson for Signs Wall Papor HUDSON Fourth for Picture Street tnd Frames Copper Avi Try a Morning Journal Want Ad lift FRENCH FER1LE iUUPILLO. A Bin, iitmiR Riiiiv ht vrrum MirnmuTiM. NfVIl KNOWN TO FAIL, Huri r I t.u. iVtii'ii Uiiitititit r Moitur HniitUtl. Hciit nntld r.irB..tJUrbis. Will attirl tnm Irlftt.lub uald fur wbtm rl)vml. rttnt.ia t'r. If ymt dtuijtUt tlwM m 11 IU MIMI JVUT 4H-tr lo in UMITCO MCOICAl CO .morn T4, UNeTI, Ph. Sold In Albuqutrqu by tht I. H. O'Reilly Ct SANTA FE TIME TABLE do Effect January . 110) WKSIROUNU Arrtv Depart No. 1. Cal. Eipresr ... 7:46p l:lt No. 1. Cal. Llmltea ...11:00a 11:11a No. 7. Me. A Oil. lx,.10:6Sp 11:4 No. 9. Cal. Past Mad...ll:Ep 11:41 IuASTIlOlINU No. I. Tourist Ei. I:lgp ;t No. 4. Chi. Ltd I:l6p :( No. I. Eastern Ex I:46p 7:111 No. 10. Overland Eg..,. 1:00a 1:16 Ul rao Train No. 101. Mexico Es. ... 11:10 No. lit. El Paao Pa.. 1:10 No. 810. Kan. City A CM. l:0ta No. 118. Kan. City A Chi. I:l(p Renwell and AmarUlo No. 111. Peco Val. Kg. :! No. III. Albu. Ex. ,...ll:40p J. P. JOHNSON, Agent. ' FOR SALE SH.lo 4 -room frame nenr shops; well built, east terms. I oil -4-room plastered adobe, stone foundation, shingle roof, electric lights, burn, cement walk. N. 4th St. $10000 8-room, up-to-date bunga low, corner lot; easy terms. I'J.iWlO 5-rootn brick, modern, lot 50x1110, good outbuildings; near car line. 2,800 - E-room brick; modern; Fourth ward, near cur line. I, Him 5 acre of good land ad joining Am, Lumber Co.; good house, fruit trees. j.ooo 5-room. brick; bath, lot 7$ xH2; S. Broadway; terms, mom:v TO LOAN. TIKIC INSlltANCK. A. FLEISCHER 111 Honlh Fourth Street. Pbon all. Nasi to Naw Paatuttloa EL2