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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. MAY 3, 1911.
THREE BASEBALL STANDING OF THE TEAMS National Lcnsuc. w. i ret. 13 3 , .813 9 5 .043 8 5 .615 9 6 .600 4 6 .400 3 7 .300, 5 12 .204 ! 4 11 .207 Philadelphia New York . Fittsbuni . . Chicago . . . Cincinnati pt. Louis . . . Huston Brooklyn . . . American I,eneiu W. Detroit 15 New York 8 Washington 7 Chicago . . . ." 7 Koston 7 iiiil:idelthia 6 ret. .Kit" ! 5 7 7 8 8 11 12 .615 .500 .500 .467 .420 , .353 .250 Cleveland St. Louis Western I-enitue. W. L Pet. 8 3 .727 6 2 .750 7 3 .700 5 4 .556 5 5 .500 4 5 - .444 3 7 .300 1 10 .091 Omaha Wichita Sioux City Lincoln St. Joseph Denver Topeka 1 Dos Moines , Where They Play Today. National l'aguo. Bost,on ut Philadelphia. New Y'ork at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Pittsburg. Cincinnati at Chicago. Amerlcuit Ix'tiguo. ChicoKO at Cleveland. Detroit at Bt. Louis. Washlnnton at Boston. Philadelphia at New York. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia, 0; Ronton, 5. Philadelphia, May 2. Alter Her zok's three-basKer se.nt to men home and tied the score in the ninth in ning today, Philadelphia won in their lmir of this inning, 6 to 5. 11. E. 9 0 9 0 Score: Boston .......020 100 0025 Philadelphia ..001 030 0110 Batteries: Tyler, McTigue, Mattcrn and Sweeney.; P.rennan and Dooin. New York, 5: Rrooklvn, 4. Brooklyn, May 2. New York beat Brooklyn. 5 to 4, in a ninth limine finish "today, after a game in which both teams made many llne-ut changes. A batting rally in the ninth won tor the visitors. Score: ' New York 012 000 0025 7 1 Brooklyn "00 020 0204 5 1 Batteries: Wlltse, Crandall and Meyers; Wilson, Schurdt, Knltzer and Bergen, Erwin. Other National games because of bad weather. postponed AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington, 3: Ronton, 0. Roston, May 2. Boston today re ceived her first shut-out this season on the homo grounds, Washington winning, 3 to 0. Two doubles ntid a single in the third inning were re sponsible for the visitor's tallies. Score: K. H. E. Roston 000 000 0000 7 1 Washington ..003 000 0003 6 2 Batteries: Collins and Nunamakcr; Johnson and Street. PVER o In the stationary engine line is thoroughly assured in the Simple Oil Engine Remember it has no car bureter; no sparkplugs and no batteries. For full particulars call or address The Simple Oil Engine Co. of New Mexico P.ooms, 35-3(1 Harnett llloek. Alhiiquoiiinc, X. M. PERMITS (TO) SMOKE ( nil be (ibialned nt 20(1 s. Kivontl. Dure Sporting Goods Co., Detroit. 7; SU I-oiiK 1. St. Louis, May 2. Hally was hit hard and given poor support, Detroit winning tho first garni) of tho series. 7 to 1.' Score: R. H. E. Detroit 110 010 0047 13 1 St. Louis 000 100 0001 9 6 Hattories: Mullen and Stanage; Fuiley and Stephens. New York, 2; PhlliuUlpliku 1. New York, May 2. Ford had a shade on Render today In a. sharp game between New Y'ork nod Phil ndolphia, the former winning, 2 to 1. Poor base running kept down New York's score. Tho weather was cold. Score: 11. H. K. Philadelphia ..000 000 100 X 6 1 New York 010 000 0102 7 0 Hatterlos: Render and Thomas; Ford, and Sweeney. Chicago-Cleveland if a mo postponed because of cold weather. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Milwaukee: Indianapolis, 1; Milwaukee, 4. ' At Kansas City. Toledo, 4; Kansas City. 5. At Minneapolis: Columbus, 7; nenpolis, 4. At St. Paul: Louisville, 13 Paul, 7. Mln- St. WESTERN LEAGUE Topeka. la; Denver, 0. Topeka, May 2. Topeka shut out Donver today by batting Klnsella and Ehraon nil over tho field. Reseller was Invincible. Score: IL H. E. Denver 000 000 000 0 5 4 Topeka 270 020 20x 13 17 2 Batteries: Klnsella, Ehman and Scanlon; Hoscher and Hawkins. St. Joseph, 4; Omaha, 2. . Omaha, May 2. Omaha lost today's game to St. Joseph In tho first Inning, when tho visitors batted Fentress for 'lour hits nnd two runs. After that both the pitchers were strong, but St. Joseph maintained its lead. Gossett was hit in the head by a pitched ball, but plucklly resumed his position. Score: It. H. E. Omaha 000 100 1002 6 3 St. Joseph 200 000 llx 4 9 2 Batteries: Fentress, Batton and Ag new; Kaufmann and Gossett, Tie Gnino at Lincoln. Lincoln, MMay 2. Lincoln nnd Wichita played a seven inning 2 to 2 tlo today,, tho gamo being called to allow the visitors to catch a train. The locals batted much the harder, but five errors were paramount. Score: . - , K. IT. E. Uncoin Vii.OlO'100 02 9 4 Wichita 101 000 02 5 2 Batteries: Hagerman and McGraw; Durham and Shaw. Kloux City, 11; Von Moines, 4. Des Moines, May 2. Second Raseman Kahl of the Des Moines team started the scoring for tho Sioux City team today by two errors in succession, which netted four scores for Kloux City. Score: ft. H. K. Sioux City ...010 530 02011 10 Dos Moines ..400 000 000 4 8 7 Ratterles: Melton, W. Miller, VIs koll and Miller; Hersche, Owens and Lynch. COAST LEAGUE At Los Angeles Score: K. San Francisco 6 12 2 Los Angeles 3 8 1 Ratterles: Melkle and Rerry; Klein, Wheeler and Smith.. At Portland Score: IS- H. E. Portland 2 6 0 Vernon " 3 3 Ratterles: Seaton and Murray; Stewart and Brown. At Pan Francisco Sacramento 2 10 2 Oakland 6 9 1 Ratterles: Hunt and Thomas; Per nell and Pierce. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Atlanta: First gameAtlanta, 2; Memphis, 1. Second game soven In nings Atlantn, 1; Memphis, 2. At Nashville: Nashville, 3; Chatta nooga, 0. At Mongomery: First game Mont gomery, 7: Mobile, 4. Second game Montgomery. 1: Mobile, 3. Called at end of fifth on account of darkness, At liirmlngham: Hirmlngham, 6; New Orleans, 7. RACE RESULTS At Piinllco. r.altlmorc. Md.. May 2. Election dav. despite a cold wind, brought a lariro holiday crowd to Piinllco to day. The Patansco steeplechase, tho fcatura of the card went to 'Jjitet oi Leave, the favorite, with St. Abe sec ond nnd Dulfleld third. FlUherbort, the prohibitive odds nnd making his first appearance of the year, won the opening dash wilh ease. Summaries: First race, six furlongs FlUher bort won, The Squire second, St. P.e gls third. Time: 1:15. Second race, four nnd one-half fur longsSurfeit won, Spring Hoard sec ond, He third. Time: :56 1-5. Third race, six furlongs King Commoner won, Avondale second, Mon Ami third. Time: 1:15 1-3. Fourth race, steeplechase, two mites Tyket of Leave won St. Abo I second. Puffit'U third. Time: i 4:03 '.'-5. ; Fifth race, four furlongs Wan ' dott won, Hns;ilo second, Kos third. : Time: :i0 1-5. ) Sixth race, mile IMato Class vrnn, Hainitoo Court second, Vntufdi Chief third. Time: 1:40 1-5. I Seventh race, nix furlongs Salvon i lntllo won, Reputation second. Dress j Parade Tl third. Time: 1:15. At I-oxliiRtou. Lexington, Ky., May 2. In a nose n n,i lose finish hero today Worth won tho raev for colt and geldings from Ruck Horn nnd Paratorian. The latter was en added starter. , Tho track was heavy nnd the weather cold. Summaries: First race, five nnd one-half fur longs" Uagon won, Helen second, Zool third. Time: 1:10 1-5. Second race, four furlongs Cax- tula won, Roretta second, Christmas Daisy third. Time: :50 S-5. Thirj race, six furlongs Crystal Maid won, Urover Hughes second, Enfield"-third. Time: 1:15. Fourth race, four and one-halt fur longs Worth won, Ruckhorn second. Prctorian third. Time: :56 4-5. Fifth race, .mile Jabot won, Sir Dawn second, Myrtle Marlon third. Time: 1:46.' Sixth race, mile nnd twenty yards Wing Ting won, Marian Casey sec ond, Indian Maid third. Time: 1:43 3-5. BOX BALL SCORES Teams 1 nnd 4 played an Interesting game of box ball last night t the al leys. Number 4, which has been nuns on the low rung of the ladder, climb ed up one. defeating 1. The margin was 60 points. Teimi No, I. t 2 3 Tot. Stokes 108 123 130361 Dry 147 124 1 09380 Young 155 113 120 .168 Bryant 107 151 116 37 4 Fairchllds 116 132 121369 1S52 3 Tot. 107 3 4 2 106 370 107 330 123 S70 121371 1792 Team No. 1 1 2 139 121 108 120 IIS Wilson . . . Reypert .. Hopping . . Roberts . . Napoleono 96 143 115 136 122 Standing of tho Tennis-. No. O.P. V. L. Pet. 5 17 IS 4 .764 1 17 10 7 .588 17 9 8 .529 4 .'...17 8 9 .46 1 ; 14 4 10 .285 3 14 4 10 .285 BODIES OF INFANTS FOUND IN SANTA FE Corpses of New Born Boy and Three-Day-Old Girl Dis covered in Ancient City; the Police Scent Child Murder, Special Correspondence to Morning Journal 1 Santa Fc, N. M May 2. Santa Fe autrorltles were Btartied today by the finding of the bodies of two infants, one a boy, In a gunny sack tied with wire and thrown over the fence of the Rosurlo cemetery. Tho other was that of a three-year-old girl, wrapped In bloody garments, with a silk hand kerchief covering her face and a rosary about her throat, which was found on the bank of the Santa Fe river, in the center of town, by two boys. The little girl's body was In an open crude woden box. The authorities re port in the connection that they re cently found the body of an Infant in tho Water street sewer. A rigid Investlgath n I being made, us it is feared tint other child murders have taken place in recent years. PROGRESSIVES OPPOSE ELEVATION OF GALLINGER Washington, May 2. A three eorn red light over tho election of a presi dent pro tempore of the senate to suc ceed Senator Frye Is In prospect. Sen ator Oallagcr Is the general choice of the regular republicans but is unsnt factory to many progressives who ure ably considering one of their own men, probably Senator CIupp. to show they hold the balance of power. It Is said ho would get at least ten votes, sufficient to prevent (lalllger's election. Senator Ilacon probably will receive the democratic vote. MADRID COAL COMPANY LOSES BARN AND MULES Santa Fe. N. M., May 2. Fire last night destroyed the barns of the Mad rid Coal company, besides two farms and an adobe dwelling house at Mad rid, a coal camp of soutlurn Santa Fi county. Dynamite stored In a cel lar exploded with a denotation thnt could be heard for miles around but no person was hurt. The animals In the company's bnrn perished In the lire. No estimate Is obtainable, of the company's loss. HITCHCOCK CONFERS WITH LETTER CARRIERS Washington, May 2. Postmaster Hitchcock today conferred with tht counsel of administration of the Na tiotmi Carriers association, especially retarding the work of carriers en- gagod in city delivery. Investigation Into the controversy between the postofiicp department and the railway mall clerks over tho refusal of the department to permit them to organize a union will be In stituted tomorrow by the house com mitten on reform In thu civil service. AMERICAN IMIIUD ROADS MEN 1SICIK BACK FROM RATON Widespread Interest in Unique Concert Tomorrow Night for Benefit of Presbyterian Sani tarium, That the public, "uncertain, coy and hard to please" even if it is not entire ly feminine appreciates the Presby terlan Sanitarium which stands as u home of health sivint; promise In the land of sunshine. Is very evident from the way the people or tne city are. ral lying to tilt support of the benefit con cert which will be iiiven tomorrow nitht in the Presbyterian church. Any variety of entertainment, either poor or merely indifferent, for thu benefit of a cause and Institution t.o worthy as the Presbyterian sanitarium could not but receive large patronage but when the attraction in itself prom ises eomethtns exceptionally nood in the way oi amusement, it follows that the interest should be widespread. Jt is confidently expected that ono of the urue'4t audiences which has ever assembled In tho Presbyterian church will greet Charles Wakefield t 'adman, assisted by local musical talent, in his American Indian Music talk tomorrow evening. This presentation of the mus ical Indian, is as interesting us dif ferent from ; the 'ordinary run of concert and instructive as well, though nbt uncomfortably nor oppressively so. That Is, it is nt to be a dry lecture recital. Simply Ir. Cadman will speak of tb musical side of the In dian whllo seated at the piano illus trating tribal melodbs and dwelling on the peculiar characteristics of the primitive Idea of song which the In dian understands. Mr. c'adman's Indian compositions which have won him world-wide no tice will be sunsr by tho best local talent including Mrs. Roy McDonald, Mr. Charles Andrews, and Mr. II. U Ormsbee. This American Indian Music talk has been given by Mr. Ciulman in Europe and' throughout tho eastern states with unquulined success, fol low in are extracts from the very flat tering press comment which tho lec ture has tailed forth: what thu ciuncs say. There was no time during tho even ing w lien the listeners were not sym pathetically following the lecture or the song. Mr. Cadman hud a message and delivered It Into willing ears. Technically the talk Is not a marvel of meandering sclentiiic babble, but it amuses as It 'instructs. It Is capable of being understood and mentally as similated by those not conversant with tho more advanced lines of thought In the art. Simply and with no show of the knowledge of such things which is his, Mr. Cmlman had convinced his hearers that there Is a wealth of mel ody in the first Intmbltant of Ameri can soil long before he was through, The peculiar credit due Mr. Cudmun was the splendid Interpretation of not only his own work, but that of other American composers generously in terspersed throughout the recital, He Is a pianist of considerable merit nnd an accompanist of rare possibilities. Harrisburg, (Pa.,) Telegram. Mr. Cadmuii is an unquestioned au thority on Indian music. He has Just returned from a summer spent In the Indian country and has obtained photographic records of the tribal melodies which he will incorporate in to his lovely song settings. Leonard, Llebling, In N, Y. Musical Courier. Although this was the first presenta tion of the music talk in the city It Is safe to predict It will not be tho last, for, aside from Its entertaining quali ties It is of such distinctive education al value, it should be heard by ull who ire Interested In music from some thing better than a superficial stand point. Tho success yesterday was great. The audience was large, and the enthusiasm most pronounced. Jennie Irene Mix, In Pittsburg Post. All who heard it were captivated by the beautifully wicrd tribal melodies. 'listlnted and well deserved praise is being showered upon Mr. Cadman by mlnont mimcinl critics for his original treatment of Indian themes. Coi'aopolls, (l'a.) Times. Another composer who has experi mented successfully with Indian mel odies Is Charles Wakelleld Cadman of Pittsburg, and I am more than deliglit- d to record that he has undertaken to go personally into tho Held lor the purpose of gathering material at first hand. This Is what I wish eould be done by nil who lake Interest In the subject. From tlie book "American Primitive Music," Moffat, Yard & Co., Frederick It. Ilurton, author of "Strongheurt," 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow'' "nedcloud of the Lakes," etc Stylish horses rid buggies fur notice by W. L. nlshed on short Trimble A Co., lit North Second street. Phone t Last night during an Investigation made on Third street by the night po lice officers, liavniund Tr.iughber, alias Charles Raymond, was nrresiel in connection with a woman who gave her name cs Margaret Kaymond. ltoth panics wi re taken 1" the city Jail. Yesterday the pair Were arraign ed before Judge Craig, the woman fined 115 for vagrancy, which slir iald, and the man was fined $15 and costs. He paid tlie costs and the fine was remitted pending his good be havior, If. however, he Is Hgalli nr. rested on tl.V same charge be will be forced to serve from fifteen to twenty days in the city Jail. The free art class of the Woman's flub will boEln Us" work nt 9 o'clock tblu moinlo.r ill tile Womutl's clllb building. Try a Morning Journal Want Ad Try a Journal Want Ad, Results Fait ly Good Highways All the Way Reported; Half Million Dollar Copper Company In corporates, Srelul llitpatch to lh Morning Journttl faiia re. .n. m., .nay .'. unn com- mlssioncr U. P. Krvicn, Territorial Engineer C. i. Miller and County Com misslontr 1. Sparks, are back from a four days trip to liatou and Ijis Vegas in the Interests of ju'od roads, said Mr. Krvlen this morning: "We found a cry passable road from here to Raton and from 1-us Vegas to Raton. We shall have work done between Fulton and l.ns Vegas and repair Martinito's hill and also tho road in the leinity of llometovllle. We left hero Wednes day and returned Saturday, making four days on the road and tho trip was not only Instructive but was very en joyable." All of those who made the trip showed a healthy tan from the suu nnd wind and both Mr. Sparks and Mr. Miller agreed with Mr, Krvlen that the Journey had been a profitable one In the interests of further road im provements. Mineral Suney, A mineral survey was recorded In tho surveyor general's office. It was No. 1436 and wss by the Slide Hock company, with 10 locations compris ing :!0r.0?9 acres. The application for the survey was nuule for the Calumet N'ew Mexico Mlninn company by Wil liam H. Merrick sml James . Fitch Is the attorney mimed. H Is located In T. X, S., P.. S und 4 T., nnd Is In Socorro county. (one South. Adjutant llenerfll A. Is. P.rookes has gone south on busings. Captain Mur ray lately detailed Instructor of tho National Ouard In the Pecos valley Is still In the city nnd was hard at work on national mmrd matters at the of fice of the adjutant genernl this morn ing. New Company. Articles of Incorporation were filed in the office of the territorial secre tary by the Vniled States Copper com pany which w ill do a general mining business with Hanover, Crnnt county, as the place of business and F. C. Hell as Its statutory au-eut In New Mexico. The company is Incorporated nt $00 000, the shnrrs being worth $1 each The stockholders who are named di rectors are: J. W. Alpine, 01,000; N, A. Karstcn, 1,000; .John A. Deltrleh, B; nil of Milw aukee; F. C. Bell 'of Hanover, 10,000 shares, It Is Incorporated for CO years. Collier at Work. Mounted 1'ollceman J. W. Collier has notllled the office of the mounted po lice here that he Is still at work on the Uardncr shooting case In Taiban, Hoosevelt county. Gardner is a real estate man and there reems s chance of his recovery If blood poisoning docs not set In. For the Treasury. Territorial Treasurer M. A. Otero has received the following sums for the treasury: Kugenlo Iloinero, treas urer of Sun Miguel county, $ 5 B W. S C ; C. H. Chennult, as treasurer of Quay comity, $4,73,1.SS: Chofes Homero, warden of tho penitentiary, convicts' earnings, $3.1,1, and (lame nnd Fish Warden (bible, $K. Mioringo was $1.1,000. The Logan Leader says that . the shortage found by Traveling Auditor Charles V. Safford In the accounts of C. H. Cbenault, former county treas urer of Quay county was $ in, 1100 and ihut this shortage ''"8 been mailc good by relatives. Tl nlso snys: "Former Treasurer Chennult kept his books In a very loose manner." There were 27 candidates for bis Job, after he resign ed, but f.. fl. ricrson of Tueumearl, THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and retail dealer In Fresh and Salt Meats, Knussges a Specialty. For cattle and hogs the biggest mar ket prices are paid. IM)IiinV(K)l) TVPliWlllTIill COMPANY. 321 West (odd. Phone lit. Tpewri(ers for rent, millions anil repairs for all makes. THHIil' DAY DIUNK CL'UK .Ve al institute. Cures the drink habit In three days without hypodermic Injection. Write, phone or call for literature. ft 1 2 X. Second Nt. Phono 321. Albuquerque who nni not a camlMito for the place tt .is iio.-cti. I Penalty U I O.OOO. Int. rail Revenue Collector H. P. l'-irdsbar was notified by the Commis sioner of Internal revenue, today that b' must ii port to the Putted States UMi ii I attorney Immediately tho cor poiatioiis in N'ew Mexico ami Arizona whiih Imo failed to tile their annual report of iij-t Income as prescribed by law, the tili nut to be mode by March 1, unless i,n extension was grunted to April 1. The maximum penalty is $10. ami and white corporations have thromili Uonrnnce of the law- neglect ed to make the report, they may offer to pay a compromise penalty to avoid prosecution, hut. 50 per eeti will be added to the tax assessed a;.aiu.t hlicm. 51 '5 Real Economy Expected In x Supply as Result of Purchase of Plant for $65, 000. tRiwIM fcrrenponitenr to Mornlnf Journal Tiicumcnrl, May 2. Tueumearl bought the local water plant at the election Saturday by the almost una nimous vote of 257 to 17. Tho pur chase will mean a raving and earning of nearly $ti,0im In the beginning, which will Increase as the property owners connect with the lately in stalled sewer system. The purchase was made ut a price of $., ntm, the bond issue being 'for $10, not) addi tional, which will be used for Im provements needed In the plant. The franchise for the works was originally granted by tliiadaloupe county before the present Quay coun- I'.y was In existence and gives practlc I ally an exclusive right to the holder The original owners were Alnmogor- do parties, Messrs. Goldoiibers. H iw klns, Fisher and Lowry. These gen tlemen began the system In connec tion with their lighting plant. loiter tile whi le works were sold to tho 9 t p mm mm luuumun i luun ITSELF MONEY Chicago Mill and Lumber Co. 101 to 415 North Phone No. . M Manufacturer of Sash, Doors, Frames, Store Fixture" ? Porch and Stair Work. Kstim atcs Furnished. Pi Wholesale and retail. National Oats You can taste the difference WINCHESTER & LYON. Distributors Albuquerque, N. M. IpATS ! Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSIT Oak and Maple Polished Flooring Builders' Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N. 1st St CAS AVER A CREAM Hygienic, Greaseless, Cleansing, 50c a jar. The Williams Drug Compan 117 V. Central. OihIi paid for old Iron, copper, bin nnd old rubluT boHa and shoes, iKittles, sucks, zinc anil lead. Wo iilsu niaUo a Npetinlty ot lniviiitf Ismes. Write for prliw. MAX GOLDKMIFIKJ, PUOP. 1 I I Lend Ave., AlhiKjiieriiue, N. M. Phono Oil). 114 Iead Avenue. foundry & Machine Works i:m.im:i:iis ixicnddus MACHINISTS SI'KCIAi, ATTENTION U1VKN TO ItKI'AIK WOKK. Irrigation Engineers & Contractors W hat ilix your Acequal Water Cost? Jlo yon get all yiul mill or It? Do you gel It when you need It? Wliitl will lieeumo of your cropx when the river goes dry llilH Kiimiuer? Do you know I bat our crude oil engines will pump water In tlm lower valley (iicapcr limn you set It from I hi- tlltchc? We can al-o pump vtulcr at n paying rate on tlie niCMi. Cull tlx up and let n ghe ou Nome figured that will iiMlonihli you. Our engines are not un exper iment; Ihoy have MnmI the tet. for lears. We it I mi fui ill hIi the pumps, pipe, fusing ami sup. llllcN. CiihllngS Column (ilidcis, Men :;i P.dlcrs, Knliied, hliK'kN. I'eetl your Iioum nnd cattle from our sanitary nnd In destructible troughs and stable spiiialtii. I trass Mistimes, babbit iiKlals. Mnotypo metal. All kinds of metal K'KhIm n'l Machinery, Work mid Office. Albuquerque, N. M. l y.ff of?-' 3 t' A. . vut ' 1 I .V1"'''"'!;' --. In m irWiytMrli,- "I'orosknlt ' underwear eon forms to the shape of tho body. It doesn't "sag" or lose Its shape in washing. "I'orosknlt" principle is correct ly hvgenlc. It permits the right circulation and good air to the body and by the same token al lows tho sweltering heat to cool off. fiOe a garment, on ialo nt Till", Hi ll. 119 South Second. Into owners, W. F. Huchunnn. AV. It Fuqua and V. A. Jackson, nil of this city. A new boiler, three miles of new mains to tho mburbs nnd a steel tower with pressure tank for fires with about sixty-five new fire plugs will be Installed at once in tlina for summer use. The pi'rehnse Is con sidered a good move, as It will keep up a lively town during the dull sum mer months with tho work provided In addition to being nn excellent business investment. 3 Third Street. Albiiuuonnio, Now Mexico. z s : i T"iror Trim, t .'e. lice. Illue Front. -, V. JIOX 14U KOtmtWKKTKltX JI NK CO. Alhuuuerque, N. M. 4