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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 17. 1911.
ISTRIGT ATTORNEY CASE COMES Attorneys for George S. Klock to File Motion Requiring Judge Mann to Prove Title to Office. ' " T'nis morning Attorneys Summers jtutkhart ami Julius Stnab. acting for District Attorney George S. Klock. will lile " motion in the district court uking that former Judge Edward Ihuin. w ho filed nis commission ami bond as district attorney several days 8a,i, he required to show causo why ,iuo' warranto proceedings to test his title to the office should not be in stituted against him. Former Judgo Mann, who was ap pointed district attorney by Governor Mills last November, was removed In pursuance of a decision of the su prcnu court which held the appoint ment illegal. Recently, upon the ex piratlon of the 2-year term of District Attorney Klock, the governor again appointed Judge Mann. It is the con tention of Mr. Klock's attorneys that the latest appointment of the gover nor If Jtist as illegal as the tirst and that their client cannot bo removed from office, except for cause. The governor, when he first removed Mr. Klock. save no reason for his action. In his appointment of Judge Mann, It is said, the executive holds that Mr. Klock's term having expired, he is at liberty to choose a successor to the office. This view of the matter does not appeat to Mr. Klwek's, at torneys, who cite the provisions of the net oi' congress to enable the people of New Mexico to form a constitution ana state government. This act sets forth that nvi territor ial and county officers shall eontiru; to hold their offices until the forma' tlun of the state government. It la contended that Mr. Klock is both ! territorial and countv officer, and therefore, it would seem, doubly pro tected by the provisions of the con gressional enactment in question. Tiie date of final hearing of the nctii n filed this morning has not as yet been set. It Is expected that the matter "will he argued before Judge Abbott in chambers this after noon. It U not unlikely that the matter may again be carried to the supreme court. Who will act as district attorney pending final uction in the case is un open question. , Two Million 'Dollars Raised for .-Preliminary Expenses of Show to Celebrate Comple-f- tion of Panama Canal. ' Pan Diego, April 16. !an Diego hits fixed the date for the ground breaking and cornerstone laying cere monies for the Panama-California ex position to be July 19-22. This exposition is IS per cent pre pared at this date. The sum of $-',-000,000 has been raised for the pre liminary expense; tile state of Cali fornia has appropriated $250,000 for a building; the counties of California are authorized to appropriate ade quate sums for exhibits; the archi tects hvo laid out the, grounds and are wprklng on the preliminary propagat ing work; Bertram Goodhue, world famous architect, is designing the buildings, end Frank P. Allen, Jr., who built the Alaska-Yukon exposi tion, is organizing his department of works. Han Diego can care for 30,000 visit ors. The hotels and apartment houses, the tent city and other places where she can entertain visitors make of San Diego an Ideal convention and carnival city. She is making ready to entertain the largest crowd of visitors at the ground breaking celebration that ever gathered in her limits i'or any occasions Among the thous ands present will be delegates to the National Education association, which closes its convention in San Francisco July 14. INSTANTLY KILLED Arizona Man Has Half of Head Torn Off; Loborer Dies From Mistaken . Dose of. Carbolic Acid, IBv Mornlni Jmirmtl HneMiil ).eutrl WIrel Flagstaff, Ariu., April 1". Guslave Thlebault, about 30 years of age. was I'isiiintly killed Tuesday morning at Mary, by the accidental discharge- of a "notgun. In attempting to get out of he boat, in which he and a compan ion had occupied while hunting, thfr Boat rocked. In some manner the hammer of the gun caught and the weapon was discharged. The full charge entered the back of hln head nnAJ away the lower portion. Thlebault, acc. riling to the Flag staff Kun, wcr a married man w ith a ife mid one child. ,Me had been working as a cook at the F. L. Man I'lacturlng company' camp I for, "Doitt two months. The body wal Wn . to KlH!ita'- l"ndertakcr 1,1 Pple and a coroner's ImpieHt wnu " u hy Jiidg,. H.irrlngton Wediiesdav, I nlmn r Take ni bollc. i't K.ese. i, laborer working with I.. J. Smith Construction com MVs ilouble tracking gang at Maine, n','11, V1!'1'"111' 'll yestiiday morning, "'taking It for whisky, and died in a short i,n ln terrible agony. 1111,1 bp,,n ilflnklng hcnvllv' "' night before and carelessly plckr i lip the bottl,. containing the acid. jl bl ''rink of the deadly fluid ""i'h iTtm' "rl l"'r'"'t' ""'"lun'-e fjuld i tmalng were a ken to Willi- TODAY TO BREAK GROUND FOR I DIEGO i EXPOSITION t BY SHOTGUN ams, whore an inquest was held by Judge Rounseville. Foot ( rnvlml at lU'llt-iixnit. Sam Lewis, a Santa Fe brakemun, had his Tout biidly i'iushe,l nt lirllc mont Tuesriav while coupling tars. He was brought to Flat'staff in the caboose shortly niter (he accident to have the llmti dressed and was sent to Log Angeles the name evening. The foot was bo badly crushed that am putation may be. necessary. He attempted to klek the automatie coupler into position as the cars came together and his foot slipped in be tween the drawheads as they came together. $ BOY LOSES LIFE IN BRAVE EFFORT TO SAVE COMRADE Chicago, April 16. Alexander Doty, 16 years old, lost his life today trying to save his chum, Osborne V irby, IS years old, with whom he had gone boating on Lake Michigan. Their canoe capsized ubout a quar ter of a milei from shore. Darby was athletic director of a high school of which Doty was a student. victimsIdentify by four train robber tSellefontalne, O., Apuril IS. Tlmo thv McCoy was identified today by two men as the bandit who recently held up and robed passengers on a Big Four train ut Muncio, Ind. McCoy was arrested here. The identification wns made by J. E. Porter and William Glasgow, Cleveland traveling men, who were among those robbed. - Fair Weather Prrdku-d. Washington. April 1. Generally fair weather this week throughout the eastern portion of the country, with higher temperature after Tuesday, was the prediction today of the wea ther bureau. In the west the tem perature will also rise. There Is no indication of rain, al though there Is some probability of a disturbance over the extreme south west that may result In unsettled con ditions in that section soon. . Will Players o Attend Funeral. Detroit, April 1. The game sched uled here tomorrow afternoon be tween the Detroit and Cleveland American league baseball teams has been postponed In order that the Cleveland players may attend the fu neral of Addie Joss, former Cleve land player. In Toledo. Funeral of Deninan Thompson. West Swnnzeey, N. H., April 10. Denman Thompson, the venerable actor, creator and portrayer of that homely New England character '"Un cle Joshua Whiteomb," was buried to day with simple ceremonies In the -little cemetery across the road from his home. Xctt'spulH-r Treasurer Head. Hartford, Conn., April 10. Gen eral Arthur L. Goodrich treasurer of the Hartford Cournnt company, pub lishers of the Hartford Courant, died today. He had been connected " with the Courant company for forty years. . ;- : - 12.000 pound shipment of . Rumple -furniture, special low prices i'.iil this. week. Crown Furniture Co. Gold. Journal Want Ads Get Results HUGO, THE WONDER Tlio Clairvoyant from Austrulin. The man with the reputation lie positively has no 'equal in his strange and mysterious call calling. phonf, looo. SOU 4 West Central Ave. Hours 10 a. m. to 9 p. m., daily and Sunday. ... LEGAL NOTICES NOTICK r HIlF-HIKlS HALK. In the District Court for Quay County, New Mexico. D. A. Ib lmore Lumber Co., riaintlfC, vs. I. E. Jones and Mary A. Jones, De fendants. No. 827. . Notice is hereby given: That where as a writ of attachuiont was Issued In thA above stvlcd ftiuso on tho J4lh day of Decern bo.-, 1 ;!!), commanding the sheriff of Quay county, New Mex ico, to attach Hiu nid ilor'omlants ly all anj singular thn!r linds, tene ments, goods, momij 1 und ottasts, found In said county; and whereas, pursuant to said ordc, 1, he undr signed sheriff of Quay co'imy, V. Al., attached, levied uuon and took Into my custody the following described pi'operty belonging to the said defend ants: All of the 1-4 SE 1-4, Tind the S 1-2 SK 1-4 of Section 13, T, 11, N.K. 30 K.. N. M, 1. M., in Quaycoun. ty, N, M and all Improvements thereon; and whetras, final judgment was entered la tn'd cause on the 2 1st day of February, 1911, sustaining said attachment and Judgment granted against the defendants and each of them In the Bum of J156.20, with in terest at ten per cent per annum from date of Judgment till paid, and fnrf costs of suit; and whereas, exe cution was Issued In said cause on the let day of April, 1911. command ing tho sheriff of Quay county, N. M., that of the goods, chatels, lands and tenements of 1. K. Jones and Mary A. Jones, In said county, he make the sum of $166.20 damages and $15.25 costs of suit, with Interest from the 21st day of February, 1811. at ten per cent per annum, and all costs that may accrue. Now, therefore, I, the undersigned sheriff of Quay county, New Mexico, under and by virtu of said com mands, orders and authorities vested In me, will offer for sale to the high est bidder for ensh nt the court house In Tucumcarl, N. M.. on Mon day, the 29th day of May, A. D. 1911. all of the above described properly, ,ir so much thereof ns shall be neces sary to satisfy said debt and all costs, and shall npply the proceeds thereof In satisfaction of said debt and costs. Planed and dated nt Tucumcnrl. N. M., the 5th day of April. A. D. 1911. J. V. WARD. Sheriff Quay County. C. Tf. HITTSON. Attorney for Plaintiff. 4-10-17 -"XOTICK OF ITIILICATION. In the District Court f the HUlli Judicial District of the Territory of New Mexico, within and for the Coun ty of Quay. A. I'aul Siegt l, administrator of the estate of Fred W. Anderson, deceased, (substituted aa plaintiff, upon the tug FOR SALE $2960 Five-room modern brick; cottage-: Pw: east front; cement! walks: outbuildings, etc.; in Fourth ward: only two blocks from Central avenue: eay terms. $.100.00 An elegant 8 -room modern residence on East Central avenue; steam heat; large grounds; a beauti ful home; cash or easy term. Two very desirable residence lots on West Tljerns and Central avenues Just opposite Honey Moon How. j-jlOO-i-A good, 4-room cottage, modern and newly painted. Fourth ward, east front; easy terms. 12600 Five-room modern brick cottage, Highland, on car line; east front, corner lot, cellar; tasy terms. ron KENT. JS.00 Three room cottage. 4th ward, splendid condition. J 4 5. 00 Six room modern elegant ly furnished home with fire-place polished floors, screen porch, etc. In 3rd ward on car line. Lease to the right party for year or more. JOHN M. MOOKE REALTY Co. FIKH IXSl'ltANCU, KEAL ESTATE, LOANS AND ABSTRACTS. 211 West Gold Ave, I'lione 10. gestion of th death of the plaintiff, Fred W. Anderson, vs. H. C. Loekney, defendant. No. 700. Notice is hereby given that I, J. F. Ward, Sheriff of Quay County, New Mexico, will, under and by virtue of a final judgment and decree entered in the above styled cause on the 17th day of December; A. D. 1910, at the front door of the Court House, ut the Town of Tucumcnrl, Quay County, X. M., at the hour of 10 o'clock In the fore noon of the 10th day of June, A. D. 1911. offer for sale anil sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash the following described real es tate and premise, to-wit: the NE 1-4 of S. 5, T. 15, N. of K. 35 K.. N. M. I. M., lying and being In the Coun ty of Quay, Territory of New Mexico, to satisfy said Judgment against said defendant as provided by said Judgment in the sum of $61 3.33. together with all costs of suit and costs of sale, and that I will apply the proceeds of said sale to the satisfac tion of said Judgment and costs. J. F. WARP, Sheriff Quay County, Territory of New Mexico. Apl-17-24 NOTICE l'OIl ri'llLICATlO.V, Smull Holding Claims. MJP. Not Coal. United States Land Office, Santa Fe, N. M., March 28, 1911. Also under Act of April 28, 1904. Notice is hereby given that the followlng-numed clalmunts have filed notice of their Intention to make Unal proof in support of their claims under sections 16 and 17 of the act of March 8,' 1891 (28 Stats., 854). as amended by the act of February 21, 1893 (27 Stats. ,470). and that said proof will be made before George H. Fradt, U. 8. Comr., at Lacuna, N. M., on May 24, 1911, viz.: Pabllta, of Laguna, N. M., for the claim 014321, for the W. l-li or -.ha NB, 1-4 and W. 1-2 of the K 1-1, Sec. 23, T. 10 N., R. 3 W N .M. P. M., Witnesses, Jose Chlquito und Loren to Platero. both of t.nguna, N, M. Juan Chavw,'. of Iiguna, for claim i "814322, lr the-iS- 1-2 nw. 1-1 find a. 1-2 NE. 1-4 of Sec. 25, T. 10 N., H. 3 W., N. M. P. M. Witnesses, Jose Chlquito and Joso M. Chaves, both of Laguna, N. M. Juan Delgadito, of Laguna, for claim 014323, for the SW. 1-4 of Sec, 35, T. 10 N.. .R. 3. W, N. M. P. M. Witnesses, Jose N. Chaves and Mar garito Platero, both of Laguna, N, M. Guadalupe Barbonclto, Laguna, claim 014325, for the S. 1-2 of the SK. 1-4 and S 1-2 SW. 1-4 Sec. 3, T. 10 N., It. S W., N. M. P. M. Witnesses, Mar garito rlatero and Jose M. Chaves, both of Laguna. Jose M. Chaves, Laguna, claim 014, 328 for the SW. 1-4 of Sec. 1, T. 10 N., R. 3 W., N. M. P. M., witnesses Jose Chlquito and Albino Sandoval, of La guna, N. M. Jose Chlquito, Laguna, claim 014327, for tho H. 1-2 NW 1-4 and E. 1-2 SW. 1-4 Sec. 31, T. 10 N., It. 2 W., witness, eg Joso M, Chaves nnd Albino Sando val, both of Laguna, N. M. Juan Chlquito, laguna, claim 014 828, for tho N. 1-2 SR. 1-4 N. 1-2 SW. 1-4 Sec. 3, T. 10 NT., It. 3 W., wit nesses, Jose M. Chaves and Guerito Platero, both of Lnguna. Margarito Platero, Lnguna, claim 014329, for tho E. 1-2 NE. 1-4 nnd NK. 1-4 SE. 1-4 Sec. 23, T. 10 N., It. 3 W.. witnesses, Guerito Platero and Albino Sandoval, both of Laguna. Narclsa Timlo, Laguna, claim 014 330, for tho N. 1-2 NE 1-4 and N 1-2 NW. 1-4 Sec. 11, T. 10 N., Xt. 3 W., witnesses, Jose M. Chaves and Margarito Platero. Juanito Platero, Laguna, claim 014331, for the NW. 1-4 of Sec. 29. T. 10 N., K. 2 W., witnesses, Serafln Abeytn, and Charles Padllla, both of Laguna. Francisco Platero, Lnguna, claim 014332, for the SW. 1-4 of See. 9, T. 10 N It. 2 W., witnesses, Juan Del gadito and Juan Platero, of Laguna. Sornfln Aheyta, Laguna, claim 014333, for the N. 1-2 NW. 1-4 and SE. 1-4 NW. 1-4 and NE. 1-4 SW. 1-4 8ec. 23, T. 10 N., K. 3 W., wit nesses, Jose M, Ohaves, Francisco Platero. Amado Padllla, Lnguna, claim 014334, for the SW. 1-4 Sen. 29, T. 10 N.. R. 2 W., witnessed, Francisco Pla tero, Roman C. Platero, both or Ln guna. Roman C. Platero, Lnguna, claim 014335, for the SW. 1-4 of Sec. 13, T, 10 N., It. 3 W.. witnesses, Lucurlo Pndllla and Juan D(el;;adlto. Lucnrlo Padllln, Laguna, claim 014336, for the SE. 1-4 of Sec. 19. T. 10 N., R. 2 W., witnesses, Itnmnn ( Plntero and Jose Chlquito, both of Laguna. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who knows of any substantial rea son under the laws and regulations of the Interior Department why such proof should not be allowed will be given an opportunity at the above mentioned time and place to cross examine the witnesses of said claimant nnd to offer evidence In rebuttal tf thnt submitted bv claimants. MANtTRL R. OTERO. Register. (Published In tho Mornlne Jour nal, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mnv 24. mil.) LOST LOST Saturday night, a dark bav mare with white spots; nearly cured saddle sore; about eight years old; medium condition; weight about 750 pounds: two hind feet and lefl front foot while: blaze faced; good looker; finder return to C. W. Hunter, 310 ,. LroaUyva', Liberal regard. FERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS Os furniture. Plant Orru. Tfntw. Wainn nd otbr Chattels; an J on larioa and Warahouaa Rolpa a low aa l.o and aa high aa ! and atrlcUr privets. Tims -oos mttath to ons rear frn. Oooda to remsli i ll jour aaaatoa. Our rataa ar raaaonabla. tall and m ia bfr horrowtng. Suwmshlp Uok.es to and from all parta of tha wnrl. THS HOUSEHOLD LOAN lOMFAV. Eoon.. and a. Grant Bid., PBIVATM OFFICE!, OPEN KVKNINOB. tttk WhI Central Anna. HELPW ANTED Female WANTED A competent cook ut 220 N. Ninth. Mrs. J. H. ORb-lly. W ANTED Kxperienccd saleswoman. Apply at The Economist. WANTED Nursery maid. Apply 70S W. Copper. ' WANTED Girl for general house work. 121 West Grand avenue. WANTED Girl for general house work. 710 South Uroadway. WANTED- Cook for Bmall hospital, lady preferred. Address Hospital, Gibson, N. M. WANTED Middle-aged woman tor general housework. Good wages. Call 6i!fl Nrth Sixth street. WANTED A first class cook; good wages. Apply mornings, Mrs. Ivan Grunsfeld, 1009 W. Tijeras. WANTED Woman to do cooking and general housework. Apply 423 N. Second, a M ! '. B. jtures. WANTED Capable woman to assist with housework for a few weeks. Apply at 61 5 SouthWuUer. WANTED-M idille aged woman to do plain cooking and general house work; good wages paid. The Matthew Dairy. Phone 2lK WANTED A competent housekeeper. Mrs. J. B. Good, 605 S. High St. WANTED Experienced young lady desires position as stenographer or office assistant. 612 N. Fifth St. HELP WANTED Male WANTED Two good carpenters. I all at 412JWCopper. A. W. llayden. ' WANTED SalcMinin ami collector; good, proposition, to right man. Call 218 1-2) South Second st. WANTED Man to work ahd wife 10 cook on ranch out of town. Family of two, Address J. V. 8., Journal. "WANTED-r-Mnn, experienced ln gar dening tb .workn raricli by month Address j,.V..-S.,, Jofrrnal. ; WANTED Voting man 28 years' of age tb sell ah1 tslfoci;. must furnish horse ana , wafjon; , gooi proposition The Singer Sewimr Machine Co., 218 1-2 Soutlr-Kecond 8fcM WANTEDWlde-awake uge.-ifj to M Accident and Health Ins.urvne for the largest Accident Compary In the world. Splendid and liberal con tracts to the right parties anywhere in New Mexico and Arizona. Apply to Continental Casualty Co., A- W. Blkker, Jr., Manager, Albuquerque, N. Mex. WANTED Salesman for dry goods, men's furnishings and shoes; must speak Spanish fluently; stuto ex perlence and nge and send recommen dations with first letter. Salary, imu per month, gold, L. A. Bond, Chi vatera Store, Cananea, Mexico. FOR SALE Miscellaneous T0fTSALE 1 At a sacrifice, splendid cy clone proof photographer's tent, 16x32 feet, elegant camera, and complete photographer's outfit. Owner returning east. E. J. Strong, 306 West Central. FOR SALE New Iron cultivator, col lar, names and traces; also small tools. 710 North Second- COMMERCIAL Club second mort gage bonds bought and sold. W. P. Metcnlf, 321 W. Gold. 20 PER CENT discount on all Inter national Poultry and Stock food tonic, worm nnd Insect powder, colic and heave cure, distemper remedies. 60-lb. pall stock food for $2.D0. C. V. Olsen, 601-603 North 1st St. FOR SALE Buggy, harness nnd light spring wagon. 1 405 W. Roma ave. FOR SALE No. C Remington type writer in good repair, cheap. Ad dress Ilox 15, Journnl. FOLATE Brand new Bnckcnsdcfor typewriter; price, $35. Apply Box 287, Albuquerque. FOR SALE Two tickets Denver, Colo.; male. Apply at Glass Show, Carnival grounds. FOR SALE One 26 horse-povvor gasoline engine, used six months. Apply Electric Show Carnival grounds. WANTED Miscellaneous WANTTflMe7 tt pound at the Journnl Office, WANTED Carpets and rugs to ctivin and repair. W. A. Goff, 205 E. Central. Phono 508. C. V. KWEftlO'--" fantn. Fe, may have two tickets for the Gem this evening by culling at tho Journal to day. WANTED Buff Cochin cockerel or cock. Phone 280 or 137. JMUNE T LOAN In sunif to suit from lnuw to $10,000 on approved real estate nt i per cent. Apply with full partlc ulars. Confidential. X Y Z. Jinirnal. MON KY to Li'A N' $ i ft'.onu ot, "in mims to suit, on Improved city real entnte, 7 and 8 per cent. A Montoya. 108 South Third street. M N -: Y T i LOAN - i B 6, "do. "$ z () 0 . ft und up, on -good real estate. W. H. McMllllon, 211 W st Gold. iF;ssi;x(ii-,it ai i'Aiw i'.l in:- UVERY, l'liouc 501 or Wi. ili Gold. 9 .A, Watch This Space this nuui.ux In an 8-riMiiu modern hotivo, Bt No. 815 W'cM Copper avenue, built fur a homo, with l'Altk I'UONTAGIC l.t going to tn picked up by Mimic no in tho next few dajs. IJctUr Look At It. LOANS INSrit.WCK Tj Porterfield Company 210 WcM tiold. FOK RENT tiauiary and modern rooms Rio Grange. 61 W. Central. FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms; rent reasonable. Call at rear of 624 West Central avenue. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, ern. 218 South Walter St. mod- FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for housekeeping, with bath, electric lights. 115 N. IHU. Phone 163. FOR RENT Large, clcgnnt front room, furnished. 416 N 4th. NEWLY furnished rooms, modern; no sick. 508 1-2 W, Central. FURNISHED close In, $8. front room, modern, 215 Marquette. FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms with hot and cold water. 210 X. Fourth street. FOR RENT Large furnished front room. 703 West Silver ave. FOR RENT Ono larse riwim com pletely furnished tor housekeeping, $10 u month. 61 W. Conl. FOR RENT Furnished room for light housekeeping. 711 W. Slate. FOR RENT Private room with bath, electric lights. One block from Cen tral. 210 S. 6th. FOR RENT Nice furnished front , room; no sick. "23W. Copper. FOR RENT Furnished rooms and sleeping porch at 215 N. Seventh. FOR RENT -Three furnished' rooms modern. Dr. Wilson. Call at 309 S. Broadway, WANTED Rooms WANTiaBT" yrniuTKnTlc7i board, room and sleeping porch In private family. Will pay good price for nnythlng suitable. Address G. G care Morning Journal. - , WA NTEli Room in private family; close In. Address 3 davu room, Journal office. WANTED By young man, tiently fur nished room with modern conveni ences. Address S. JS. F., care Journal, staling price, etc. BUSINESS CHANCES 11.1:6 PER WORD Inserts classlliee ada. in 36 leading pnpers in th C. S. Bend for list. The Dake Ad vertlslng Agency, 432 8. Meln St., Ln Angeles, or 12 Geary St., Han Fran elscn IF YOU HAVE $200 you ran Invest and services, I can put you Into a legitimate business, very easy work, guarantee you $40 a week. Address, A, Z., Morning Journal, FOR SALE LivestockT Poultry FOR SALE Eggs, from the finest chlckenB In ton, Bulf Leghorns and Rhode Island Reds, $1.00 per 15 eggs; if shipped, $1.50 per 15 eggs. J. W. Allen. 1028. N. th St.. Albu querque, N. M. Kggs delivered.1 STANDARD bred White Plymonth Rocks; large birds; heavy layer; eggs, $1.00 for 15, special mating $2.00 for 15; packed for shipping 50c extra; 11. H. Harris, 610 S. Edith. BUFF ROCK baby chicks, $14 per 100. Money with order. M. E. Stevens, Humboldt, Kan. - FOR SALE Baby chicks 10 cents each. S. C. W Leghorns, famous Wyckoff Strain, heavy layer Kggs $1.25 per 15. First pen Albuquerque fair. Silver Cup Winners, $2.00 per 15. Chicks 20 centi each, W. Vnnder sluis, Box 348. Phon 634. EGGS for hutching, from good lay ing birds. S. C. White Leghorn and barred Plymouth Rocks, 6c each, 413 WAtlnntlc EcJGH FOR SALE White leghorns, $1.50 for 15; S. C. Huff Orping tons, $1.50 for 13; Andalusans, $1.50 for 13. Tho. Isherwood, 80 John st. Phone 454. Ffm" SAI.E IiTnglet biirreA Ply mouth Ro'k eg4 for hatching, $1.60 for 13. Phone 798. T. J. Saw yer. . SOLES sewed on. Best oak leather. Rubber heels, 60c; men's half soles, 7fic. E. Vasqlie. 207 1-2 W. Central. JTED-ojitjojTS KXPERIKNclKtr N litis E. puGnTj 1257. References. WANTED Plain sewing at home. B12 N. 5th St. HT EN oG 1 1 A P I i E R Several years' experience; Inw preferred, Box 18, Journnl. WANTED Job as Janitor or work around house. Address White, Morning .loimnl office. " BICYCLEl'EPAiRs7"7 HEWITT'S Repair Shop. We repair anything, bicyclei, nnd sewing ma chine! ft specialty. Ill 3. !d St. CM I I STORAGE I WANTED Pianos, household goods, etc., stord safely at reasonable ; rates. Advances made. Phone 640. j The Security Warehouse and Improve ment Co. Offices, rooms S end 4, ! Grant block. Third street and Cen ! tral avenue FOR SALE Real Estatt CHANGE For Sale, 40 acres good cultivated land, only 3 miles out; a very good buy at $75 per acre. 6 acres good garden land, good 8 room house, fruit trees, etc., $2600. 4 acres land, 1 1-2 miles out, $300. i acres ,$400. MeCLUGHAN & DEXTER. S19 W. CeMnl Ave. FOR SALESmalF ranch, close in; modern improvements. Bee owner, BOG West Central. FOR SALE Good 4-room modern house, nice location, one block from car line, only $1,350. Easy terms, llunsaker & Thaxton, 204 W. Gold. FOR SALE Ranches, foul Yes fourteen acres, or ten acres, with new concrete house, separate or to gether; cultivated; mair ditch; tulle from bridge., See owner. R. A. Kclsey, on premises, or phone 1171. FOR SALE Tho Futrullo corner at west end of viaduct. Four lot.'?. Right price for quick sale! easy pay ment if desired. W. V. Futrello, 614 S. Broadway. FOR SALK Drop in und see me for rnnrhes, from 4 acres to 123,000 acres. Soltio of the best business propositions In the city. R. 8, Ble l low. 212 1-2 South Second street. FOR SALE Big bargain for cash; 60 xl4 2 foot lot. South Walter street; water, sewer, street car. Address K, care Journal. FOR SALE 100 feet railroad front age. North First street; close In. 116 W. Gold. A FKW o BIAS MOHK OX OOl LIST $1,800.00 Five-room frame, modern, targe corner lot, Sec ond ward. $2,500.00 Six-room modern, well arranged rooms, electric light fixtures, large built In clos et in kitchen, screened porch, stdewnllts, graded streets, Second Ward." " " $5,000.00 Brick house, mod ern: Walter atreet; 5 elegant rooms, first floor, butler's pantry 2 halls, bath room, cellar, extra large room second floor, large screened sleeping porch, good barn, very choice locution, an Ideal horn?. $2,500.00 Down will buy good investment property, paying 20 per cent net on first payment. Balance easy, Automobile ready at any time. j. !Jj;min;, Office 2.1 floor, Stern building. FOR SALE Strictly modern bunga low, five rooms and Bleeping porch. 715 East Gold Ave. FOR SALE 5 aeresTo f good land In alfalfa and wheat, nt a bargain ir sold by April 22. S. P. Snyder, 207 W. Gold. FOR " SALE Five-room great bargain; $2,100, brick; a cash $300, balance ny payment. Six-room, $1,900. V. Gold. It. McMllllon, 211 West . FOR RENT Dwellings FtTiTTENT tioTuupsTOTom furnished or unfurnished. Apply W, V. Futrelle. Denver Hotel FOR RENT Four-room furnished cottage. Apply 415 N. Cth Bt FOR RENT Residence at 20U North Edith. Chas. Mann, Old Albuquer que. FOR RENT Thrceronm tent house, nicely furnished. 1018 S. Walter. FOR RENT Two-roomed tent-house furnlMlK-d. 100 7N. 7thHl. FOR RENT 4-room brick j gBs range, electric lights, bath, fur nished or unfurnished; close In; rent moderate. Call at The Leader, 6 and 10c store. 3011-311 W. Centra lave. FOR RENT Three-room modern apartment: no sick. Phone 1188. FOR 'RENT Modern five-room brick house with buth. Hardwood floors in dining room, parlor and reception hall; largo cellar, front and back porch; connections for B""- Apply "35 North High street. FOR RENT Modern4-foom home ln best of condition and good loca tion; will lease to rlsbt parties. Call 418 South Arno street. FOR RENT Five room frame housn, two screen porches, 1408 North 6th St. Inquire Strong's Hook Store Fot t RE N T 3iom a p a r t in e n t , wo 1 1 furnished, modern conveniences, low rent to permanent tenant. Hun saker & Thaxton, 204 W, Gold. FOR RENT If Miss E. V'TCook, sll W. Tljerns, will rail nt the Journal she may have two tickets for the Pas time this evening, Foil" RENT Modern houses, 4 to 8 rooms; also storerooms. W. II. McMilllon, 211 West Gold. MACHINERY 11 Ml SAM? 1 St. Louis well drilling mnchlne and tools; 1 l.Vh.-p. high speed Atlas engine; 1 85-h.-p. general electric motor; 1 Triplex deep well steam pump. J. D. COI.EMAN. 224 West Gold Ave, phone 83. ramNANDI" "q'heCOMiperiTtiv'ialicirs, "exper ienced tailors and cleaners, 204 8. 3d si., near Gold live., tailoring, i NaninK unj pressing at rvtMiuuabla rules, PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS W. I). fctKA AN Attorney-at-Law. Office In First National Bank Bull' Ing, Albuquerque, N. M JOHN W. WILSON Attorney-t-Iw. Rooms 15-17-19 Cromwell Bldg. Res. Phone 1457. Office. Phone 1171 CaCOKGE 8. KLOCK Attorney. Rooms (-9, Stern Block. Albuquerque. American Suretj Itonds. DENTISTS in. j. u. KKAKl- Dental Surgeon. Rooms 1-3, Harnett Building. Phoae 744. Appointments made by mH PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Phone 1057. Room 21 nnd 25 Rarnett BnlliHnt im7 citAs717"iii.vNK Far, Xom Throat ami Icings. Rarnett Bldg, Phone I07B ADA M. CHUVAILLlKllTal. Practice limited to Diseases of Women end Obstetrics. Coniulta Hons: 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to S:30 p. m. 619 West Gold Ave. Phone S4S. A. O. BHOKTKL, M u. Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Honrs: 10 to tt Rooms 8-9-10 State Net'l. Ttank Wirt wm")mox l. biTkiiTi. i. phyrtclan and Burgee Suite 9. Harnett TMdf DR. J. O. HCllWKXTKKIt, Oslcoiwlli SH'clalty: Dlxcniw of women Ofrico, Suite, 5. N. T. Artnljo nidjr. iMClLTlAlll,KSluriS Dentist. Wbll inir Itlila'.. Albiiqtierquo, v7dMi.-inAciCMri Spcclallsl Kye, lar, Noce and Tliront. Oi l It E WIU'HXO lUiOCK AUCTIONEERS BoikIimI Auctioneer. li:l Wiwt Gold Ave. Sulca of I-'urnltiirp, Stocks, Ileal ICxtnte, In or out of town. Exper IciiihhI. Ulggi'st returns. CARPENTERS J. Hl IiMVAX- Cnrpcuterinff nnd Jo'ddiig. Mission Work a Hpoi lalty. 114 W. Gold Ave. Phon 808. ARTHUR E. WALKER Fire Insurance, Secretary Metaal Building AHHoclnllon. Phone 5S. 817 H West Central Aieorin FOR SALE 2H00 8-room, 2 story, stucco finish dwelling, modern, close ln, 3rd ward. $11100 5 -room frame, modern, 8 Broadway; easy terms. 12000 4-room brick, modern, lawn, trees, corner lot, Fourth ward. $3050 6-room brick, well built hot water heat, corner lot, on car line. $1500 cash, balnnce 8 per cent. $3000 9-room, 2-story brick-modern; lot 71x100; Highlands; close In; easy terms, $2500 6-room brick, modern, Highlands, close In; terms. ; $3400 6-room brick, modern, hardwood floors, a nice home; ;ilgh lands. $1)00 4-room frame, largo lot, Hhade, near shops; terms. MOXKY TO I XI AN. FIRE IXSirrtANCK, j A. FLEISCHER 111 South Fourth Stree Phone 74. Next to Ne Postofflp B ALDRI DGE Lumber Company. Paints, Glass, Cement, Roof ing and Builder's supplies. Hudson for Signs MsHsasasjsssMSasMsjSMM Wall Paper HU0S0K for Pictun Framei Feurth Street ina Copper Av (In Effe t January i7. lill .) Wl'JiTIlOCM) Arrive Iea1 No. 1. Cal. E.tpress ... T:45p :0p No. 3, Cal. Limited .... 11:06a ll:l&r No. 7. Mex, & Cal. Ex..l0:65p lt:40p No. 9. Cal. Fast Mall. ,ll:50p 11:45 10ASTBOIND No. 2. Tourist Ex I:56p No. 4. Chi. Ltd B:35p No. 8. Eastern Ex :6f . No. 10. Overland Ex. ,, :00a :0F :86p 1:26a I'l Pioto Trains No. 809. Mex. Ex. .... No. 816 El Paso Pass., it No. 810. Kan. City A Chi. 6:06a No. 818. Kan. City Chi. :!6p lloswell and Anwrlllo. No .311. Pecos Val. Ex.. !: No. 112. Albu. Kx ll:!Sp P. 1. 19HNS0N, Agent. SANTA FE TIMOabLF mm r r i m