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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING' JOURNAL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1911.
SEVEN fo NEITHER GATES HHI ROCKEFELLER TO TESTIFY Chairman Stanley of Steel In stigating Committee Makes Public Their Letters Declin ing Invitation, Qr Mnrnliur JonrnaJ Stclal Inwl Wire.) New York, Dec. 10 John D. Eocke Ml or anU the Rev. Frederick X. . Gates, formally declined today the in vitation of Chairman Stanley of the congressional steel investigating com mittee to appear before the committee if they cared to make a statement concerning tho testimony recently giv. en by Leonldus and Alfred Merritt. .Mr. Rockefellers' letter dated kf Po cuntico Hills. December 9. and ad dressed to Chairman Stanley, reads: "Dear Sir The narration of Leni las and Alfred Merritt before eur committee was in substance the rj pe tition of statements in a controvert emled fifteen years ago. Th state ments are false. They were so declar ed by me at the time in sworn testi mony nnd on cross-examination in a statement generally published in the press. Their own signed retractlm is before' you. "I therefore deem it unnecessary to avail myself of the opportunity row ottered to appear before your com mittee. "Yours truly, "JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER." Mr. dates' letter is dated from 2fi Broadway, Xw York, December , nnd follows in part: "Sir I have received you- letter paying if I care to jo so I may appear before your board. "Sixteen years ago ti.e MorrLis swore to these charges just as posi tively as they did before your Mmmit . tee. Then they signed a retraction of the whole thing. "They now acknowledge that lt traetion. "To be sure, the Meiv.'.g now we:u that the retraction was not rue. But if tho Merritfa themselves now swear that they were signed an nnrvutii no testimony from me is needeo as ro their veracity.' "When Leonldas Merritt, while tes tifying before your committee, was unexpectedly confronted with that fatal retraction, it is Interesting to observe his confusion. The official record is before me. He first blurted right 01 that It was agreed between tho attorneys that the whole thin would never be recorded; it was to re kept secret between the parties. Did Mr, Merritt come down from Du luth to testify before your committee, supposing that it was one of the very conditions agreed upon, that the re traction might be published? "The testimony of 'the Merritt was contradicted' by Mr., Rockefeller and myself in the United Slates cir suit court in Duluth under oath and npon cross-examination, Tvith i the support of, many documents and rrtanv witnesses J The record of that case is duly filed In that court and include the Merritt's retraction o every charge. "We did not wait for your Invita tion. Immediately on the puhlicv.ion of the Merritt story, Mr. Rockefeller denied it and published the Merritt retraction and as soon , as I eimo home 1 followed directly with a de tailed statement of the Merritt loans, showing that Mr. Rockefeller h'td never made a call loan to the Merrills and that he never called any loan made to them, Your committee is simply a means of reaching the public nnd could decide nothing In respeit to this matter. I prefer to reach th: public direct." ! Man Who Introduced Modern Ideas Into Ancient Pueblo Bids Farewell to Friends; En emies May Go to . BIDDINGS' RETIRES FROM TAOS NEWS . J. Wright Glidings, for several ers the brilliant editor of the Taos Valley News and the' man who, prob ' ably more than any other, brought the i ancient pueblo of Taos into the lime light, has retired. In the lust issue of his paper Mr. Giddings bids fare Well to his constituents In his own original stylo. Says the retiring edi tor: "With tfila Issue the present editor retires from the ..editorship of the Taos Valley News. "Years ago Senator Zach Chandler, the Idol of Michigan republicans, am respected the country over for hi) rugged honesty and great ability, made the remark, 'I have always te lieved In standing by my friends nrtd letting my enemies go to hell.' "The doctrine enunciated hy that famous old statesman sounds to' us like tho right philosophy as we stand In thn present angle . of life's stony and tortuous road. Every man who bus edited a newspaper makes both friends nnd enemies. He wouldn't be much of an editor If he didn't. As we make no pretense of being other Iban human, we do not leave Taos with any other feeling toward those who ,a'o been knockers and enemies of this paper, than that expressed by 'Old Zach' after his seventy years' experience as one of tho players in the big drama called 'Life.' "To each one of these genuine and v loyal friends who have helped to t make our residence here a, pleasant a one, we give the cordial toast of Hip 0 Van Winkle, 'May you live long anil 1,0 prosper.' W 'T1, ,.. il. . !,.,. I,, f,t months Wl UIU " v"v 'ft'1- that we have edited the News we . have done our best for the Improve- t nient, progress nnd prosperity of lot 'laos nnd Taos valley. In our hum re Me way, we have tried to be a boos trif ter. if we have succcodod we are glad (if it. If we have not, we are sorry. "John G. Tinker is our successor in the editorial chair. John Is not a novice in any department of the printing business. He la master t the printer s art. He U at home, as well, in the editorial department, und fitted for It by both experience and ability. To him the retiring editor of the News extends the hand of good fellowship and best wishes for success, contentment and happiness in life. "And so we say. 'Good bye." " Real Estate Transfers Frederick C. Bakes to James C. Mcdiing. J. C. D., Dec. 2, lot 14. blk. 45. H. 11. Add., $1. Jos. E. Cox, and wife to 'James C. McClung. War., Dec. 8, lot 14, block 45. H. H. Add.. 13.200. Jesus Gallcgos to Felipe Zamora, War., Dee. 2, piece in Los Hanchos de Albuquerque, 150. Fred I. Marshall and wife to M. Eliaa A. Skinner, War.. Dec. 2, lot 2. blk.. S7, H. 11. Add., $10. John A. Shaw and wife to H. C, Campbell, War, Dec. 2. lot 9, blk S9, H. II. Add.. 1. W. A. Brown, trustee In bank ruptcy, of I. II. Cox, to Mary Lester Field, trustee's deed, Dec. 4, half In terest in lots 13 and 14, blk. 2, Perea Add., X500. Emilia S. de Chaves, et nl.. to An tonio Georges and wife. War.. Dec. 4, piece in Bernalillo county. $550. .Harry F. Craig and w-ife to Porter fleld Co.. War.. Dec. 4, lots 1, 2, 3, blk, 3, Hrownwell & Lull Add., $1. Felipe Lucero, et nl., to Sanra, Lu cero de Contreras, War., Dec. 4, piece in Pet. No. 4, 1. J. A. Ileal to William M. McCoy. War.. Dec. 5. lots 9 and 10, blk. 4, Grant tract, $000. William H. Gallier and wife to Charles H. Kslr, War., Dec. 6. lots 15 and 1. blk. 27, Perea Add., II. Virgil S. Kipp to Josefa Kolaowski de Barela, Q. C. D Dec, 6, lot 23, blk. 1, John A. Lee Add.. $25. Kedcrico Lucero and wife to L. Kempenlch, War., Dec. 6, piece In Bernalillo county, $94.73. Jno. M, Moore Realty Co. to Mary M. Dure, War.. Dec. 6, lot 8, blk. 28, O. T.. 11. A. B. Love to Catherine Roll. War.. Dec. 7, lots 7 and I. block 18, Eastern, $1.00. Aristeo Martin and wife to Aristeo Martin, trustee, War., Dec. 7, piece In Pet. 35, $1. Harvey L. Hoover and wife to Lydla B. Sweney, et al War., Dec. 7, part of lots 7, 8, 9, blk. "I" Eastern Add., $1. Mrs. Anna Keppenbtirg, and hbd. to Joseph R. Scottl, War., Dec. 8, lot 1, blk, 24, H. H. Add., $1. Atriseo Farm to Fred B. Hornby, War. Dec. 8, 150.2 acres near Ranches de Atriseo, $100. Surety Investment Co to D. K. B. Sellers, War.. Dec. 8. lot 5, blk. 25, Ierea add., $1. ' - Valley View Ijtnd Co. to W. L'. Kendrlek, War., Dec. 8, lots 6, 7. 8, 9, 10. blk. SO. Valley View Add., $1. Flllberto Apodaca and wife to J. A. Garcia, y Sanchez, War.. Dec. 8, piece in Pet. 13, 1. Trut.( Reeds. ' '.Don J, nankin and wife to Hannah Doyle, Tr., Dec. 2, lots 19, 20. 21 F. A. y Otero Add., 2.00fi. Robert C. Campbell and wife to Frank McKee, Tr., Dw. 2, lot 9,' blk. 39, H. H. Add.. 11.600. Juan M. Montoya to Montezuma Trust Co., Dec, 4, 2 pieces in Candel- arlas, 13,000. William M. McCoy and wife to Mar garet A. McChesney, Mtg. Deed, Dec. D, lots 9 and 10. Grant tract, $300. Charles It. Kslr to G. A. Kaseman, Tr., Dec. ti, lots 15 and 16, blk, 27, Perea. Add., $1,300. John D. Clark and wife to Martin F. Angell, Tr., Dec. 7, part of lots 8, 9, 10, blk., 10, Brownwell & Lai! Add. $1,000. Joseph It. Scottl and wife to Otto Dieckmann, Tr., Dec. 8, lot 1, blk. 24, II. II. Add., $2,500. , F. it. Hornby and wife to B. O. Jaffa, Tr., Dec. 8, 150.2 acres near Kanchos de Atrlsco. 13,000. Pntroelnio Chavez and wife to piece In David Armij", Tr., Dec. 8 Ramhos de Atriseo, 1500. Release. Jesus Uomero, sheriff, Hue in Tr. to John A. Shaw and wife, Dec. 4, lot 9, blk. 39. 11. II. Add. 11, W. Kilgoie to W. T. Thornton, release of chattel mortgage, Dec. 5. Frank McKee, Tr., to L. A. Wamur and wife, Dec. 4, lot 17, blk. "V ' A. & P. add. Otto Dieckmann, Tr.. to Joseph It. Scottl and wife, Dec. 8, lot 1, blk. 24. 11. II. add, " L. M. Brown. Tr.. to W. T. Smith and wife, Dec. 8, piece in Pel. Rancho de Atrlsco. 'Chattel Mortgage". Vance Green and wife to Knight- Campbell Music Co., Dec. 4, piano, 1275. A. S. Hobson to Overland Auto Co., Dec. 4. 1 Overland Car, $450. S. J. Dailey, et nl., to Slate National Bank, renewal affidavit, Dec. 5, $348.- 65. Bills or Sale. 3. (i. Paun to W. C. Asher, Dec. 4, i ut l.iiln I'uni nnd Treadle Well ma chine, tools and Union gasoline engine, $500. MlHceilnncous. I'irinh I. iihvi.s Jh. Kduar N. Wil son, transcript of judgment, $139.32, Dec. 4. .. A. W. Goodrich, et al to -jemiorj of New Mexico, bond 11,1(1 0,1,1 a notary, filed Dec. 6. ' '' F, N. McClosky, et a!., proof of la bor on Texas claim, 1911. ussessmciit. Dec. 6. ' J. F. Luthy to E. Oradl, lease. T'ec 7. store room No. 109 S. 1st St., 59 months at $15. per month. R. H. Crews to Territory, u i oath as notary public, filed pel. k. l.'ereuson & Co Hater, rerui senu: amendment to articles of incorpora tion chsnginsr name to Kistier, ium tor & Co., Dec, 9, First National Bank of flnt Rjsa. N. M.i vs. Edward A. Mann, $.u.0a suit on note. XOTKT TO Till: I I BMC. ,.in.. iti.i.i.nvi fl Onrcla MV wile i..i:i'niii wiinii".' . . . . .. i. ,.,llli,i,it III1IHC. Having ici i our num-, " -- all persons are notified not to gle ' ' in ,.,,nnt IIS I her any creun on.io.v ... -- - will not be respunablc for her bins from this date, . DANIEL GAriCIA. Albuquerque, M.. Vw. H, 1911. . A Parallel Case. "Heres an account of a fellow who took two years to make a toothpick. "Some overdrawn, eh?'' ' ' "Oh, I dont know. I know of a mother who took five years to make a match." Louisvlllo Courlor-Jour- nal. .. " In Tripoli. "We had to notify the soldiera to hurry up t.n4 Bet through the ln battle?" . . -The movlng-plcturc films gae out.' St. Louis Times. The Jouarinial YVamit Coliuiinniinis IF FOR SALE. $100.00 Modern, well located. three large rooms, closets, large pantry, screened porch, neat and in splen did condition. Large bath room, lot 25x142. Good outbuildings. $4000.00 Six-room, new bungalow, 4th ward. $4000.00 Seven-room, modern, with all conveniences. See It. $5000.00 Beautiful home on Tijeras avenue, lawn and shade. $2600.00 Six-room modern brick, 4th ward. $2100.00 Six-room, modern frame, Highlands. $2100.00 Six-room modern, 4tl) ward. lXlt KEXT. I 25.00 7-room modern. High lands. I 25.00 5-room modern brick, 4th ward. I 12.00 4-room cottage. West Cen tral: good condition. I 17.00 4-room modern brick, close in. I t.00 4-room adobe, near Moun tain road. $ 25.00 9 rooms, second floor, modern, close in. JOI1X M. MtHHtK KEALTV CO FIRE IXSUhAXCK, KEAL ESTATK LOANS AX1 ABSTRACTS. 214 West Gold Atc fhone 10 LOST LOST Poodle dug. Return to 0ii North Arno. Reward. WA.Y1ED To litiv a good milch cow, F. E. Shelley, phone 710. W ANTED Rooms, IwiirlPvvTuPpr? vate family. State particulars. Write K, Journal. YOCNO LADY here for her health. No Invalid, wants rooms, board with private nurse. F, Journal. PROGRESS RAPID PROJECT Despite Cold Weather Work on ' Camfield Dam at LaS'Veas Is Being Pushed, to Sucss ful Completion1, ; iUUK (Xlirrlal Curreaiiondrnee to turning Journnl Las -Vegas, N. M., ; Dec. 10. ln pit of the freezing weather rapid progress Is being made in the con struction of the big Camfield dam, according to 'F. H. Pierce, contractor and trustee In charge of 'the work. Mr. Pierce retrned a few days ago from a business trip to Colorado anil Kentucky. He was pleased to wit ness the progress that had been made during his absence. Cold wealher necessarily makes the work slower than when tho temperature is warm as It is not advisable to put frozen earth In. tho embankments. The dirt is worked into place by the puddling process and care must be taken to put the water on the fresh dirt at a time when freezing will not occur. Mr.' Pierce says it will not be long before affairs at lb dam will be In such shape that the full capacity trains, made up of 1 1f teen cars rain, can be used in hauling material to the dam site. In addition to his work at the dam, Mr. Pierce Is superintending the building of the new canal of the Agua Purs company, which runr. down the Hot Springs canon and will be used us a source of supply for the com pany's new reservoir In thn Peterson canon. This canal l now nearly one-half completed. The new reser voir now contains over thirty feet of clear, cool mountain water, whioli has been stored for use next summer. Mr. Pierce says the now canal will be completed during th early summer. The Agua Pura company will at once begin cutting Ice on lis dams in the Hot Knrinas canon. In addition to nis work at the Camfield dam and at the new eanu Mr. Pierce will supervise with the assistance of Stephens Pow ers tho cutting and storing or me Ice,' which amounts to an enorniouf harvest yearly. ! ; , , L Jack McKinley Purchases Mo tor Cars and barage rrom Olaf Peterson and Will Ope rate Same Hereafter, IHprrlnl rvrriMpndrars In Miirnlng Jvurnul Willard, N. M.. Dec, 9. -Two Inter esting and Important business duala were cloned this week. Jack McKinley purchased the Obif Petersen a mo ima anA will continue to operate the ears through the valley, with John Chastaln aH chaurnmr. incre hio three Reo cars and good garage build ing at Estnncla are included In tho transfer. Mr. Petersen will probably go to Oregon to llv, ; Knnan Uuj'H WHlartl Record. ' B. E. Pedrlek turned over the Wil lard Record, the only newspaper hero to Mr. and Mrs. John M. ISurwell, nc'.v arrlval from Pittsburg, Kuu, 01 IRRIGATION ESTAICIA WiLLARD AUTOMOBILE ISOLD YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS MQ.NET TO LOAN. f rumllur. Pln Orns, Hn Wasona an.t alkr Chttl, aiao oa Salar U4 and Waranouaa Holpa as low aa 110 and aa hih a tisaoa lwi an auickljr mada sad strictly prtvata. Tlma n mosta to on faar roraa. Oooda to ro nalB In your poaavaamn Our rata ara aaaoaabla. Call sad a aa baft ra kor roarlnc. atasaabls tlrkata to sad from s) rta of ha wnrld. rui uoras: hold ioaji rorsJ Imm ( sad a, timat Bids.. PRrVSTB OFK1CK8 OrEN rl FNIMia ot4 Vail rtml 4wii FOR SALE. $2230 7-room fram. bath, furnish ed, corner lot, good barn. So. Arno. $1200 4-room frame, good lot, city water, N. 8th St. $6i'0 cash, bal ance 8 per cent. $3,000 Beautiful four-room, modern bungalow, hardwood floors, firs places, large lot, good shad. 11,900 4-room brick and 6-room . frame, both on lot 50x142. High lands, close in; $900 cash; balancs 8 per cent. 14000 6-room, up-to-dats bungalow, sleeping; roh hardwood floors. N. 11th St. $1600 5-room frame, lawn trees. In Highlands, on car line. 14509 7-room, stucco residence, modern, steam heat, lot 75x141. lawn, srood outbuildings, closs In. MONEY TO ION EIRE IXSriiANCK A. FLEISCHER 111 South Fourth Street. Itione 87$. iext to N Piwtofflce cetk.lemTuv 21ft W. Silver. Plume 851. WANTED Teamsters, laborers wo man cook, foreman for rock work; waitress, ISO per month, room and board. 210 W. Silver. Phone 331. WANTED Teamsters. WANTED A lirst-cliiss solicitor for Albuquerque. Good salary for a hustler. Address Hustler, Journal. HELP WANTED Female. WANTED A good second girl, apply Mrs. Ivan' -Grunstelil,' 1009 W. Tljeru. WANTtD -A kfoin:iH for general houMworkJ rimllv f three. Ap- My b tMrs. Jo$t F.t re, nice, 718 W. Control' Hvefntr. ' WANTED ,ady to take care of of lm4 some experience In I Apply Albuquerqui 5 i flcei muM 'I IIM MmkkVoiiinir Ilorj tlJi, j WANTED Stenographer with some . fexpisrlsiaja4! tn bookkeeping . ifn Cllas. I;feld7JiL Fanta Rosa, N. Apply StltfrMlj off IcBj x J wfWrNraPoitions 7 for WANTED Position as cook or plain sewlugr. Bp-x 77, Joiirnttl. WANTED -r Neat appenfing widow, 25 years of age, would like position as housekeeper for widower. Rest references, llox 17, Joiiual. WANTED Position as stenographer. Five years experience. Can fur nish splendid references. Reasonable salary. Address P. D. Box 52, Nava Visa. N. M. WANTED Position by young lady. Expert stenographer, bookkeeper, bill clerk. Seven years experience. Address S. It., Journal. A COMPETENT, reliable and honest office man with the best of refer ences as to honesty and ability to fill any office position. A married man with family and a long time resident of Albuquerque. It Is. Imperative that ha obtain employment immediately, la wining to accept any office posi tion that will enable hlin to provide for his family. Address "Office," Moi'nlng Journal. WANTED Young tn'irrled man wants position. Experienced in real-eslalo business. Also soliciting unil collect ing. A. O. Zimmerman,- 410 South Edith St, ; FOR RENT Dwellings. FOR RENT 1004 ForeHter avenue, 5 room brick house, with large sleeping porch. Inquire Edward Frank, at 314 N. 11th Ht. FOR RENT Several new, modern 6 room houses. Heated. Gas ranges In kitchens; furnished or unfurnish ed. Apply A. W. Anson, 823 North f'iirthjitreet J2i'n.-il,inilfty?' F)it RENT Modern houses 4-fp-fi and 10 rooms, 0-room furnished. Also store room. W. H. McMlllion. 215 W. Gold. FOR RENT Choice 8 room apart ments; strictly modern; steam heat, opposite park. Paul Teutstli. 3, Grant Rlock. FORJALEIJ FOR SALE Jersey bull, 21 months old. Enquire 424 N. 12th. FOR SALE Pure-blood hens, chlck ens, cockerels and roosters. N. W. Alger. FOR SALE Wagon team and har ness. Also one ruhhor tire top bug gy. A bargain for quick nalo in quire 3a S. P roadway Foir's A7e-" l-'irsl-cliiHH horso and Kttidebaker delivery wagon, in use at Golden Rulu Dry Goods Co. Inquire at store. FOR SALE Cheap. Good horse, will rldo or drive. Call mornings. 1204 South K'lgili. FOR SALE Good young driving pony, buggy and harness. Call 1S R. High. FOirSALETlieap, gentle riding pony. fiOit w.'adAvrj , FOR SA lil":- Fresh Jersey milch cow, 1001 S. Edit n. ; , KofT BALE 'leaui of heavy draught horses, with wagons and harness ronfplete. Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works FOR SALE Rhode Island Red Cockerels ami x-unein, mil' red Rock Cockerels. I'M Hale. Phone 300. 1103 West lloinu, . SEE THIS ONE 4-room modern brick, larje porch es, east front, 50-foot lot. House is nearly new. ti is a bargain for $2300.00. Let us show it to you. FIRE INSURANCE LOANS Porterfield Co. 216 West Gold SPEl 1A1X FOR SALE 50-foot lot, 13th street. between M.iniuetto and Roma. Easy terms. 1(50.011, FOR SALE ltitl acres land In the Pecos Valley Artesian belt, per acre, $ 50.00. FOR SAl.E Vacant 50-foot lot near Presbyterian Sanitarium, $100.0;). FOR EXCHANGE liio acres land at Mountain. ilr, for Albuiiucniuo pro perty. TO lJAN Money In sums to suit on cltv realty at 8 per cent. FOR RENT lltf S. Hisb, -room brick, $ 20.00. THAXTON CO., 211 Vv. Gold. Phone 57. X)R SALE Bargains in farm lands and city property. FOR KEXT. t roomed house, $20 per month. FOR EXCHANGE. - Farm lands fop city property. City property for farm lands. Income property for residence, NEW STATE REALTY CO FOR FROM IT RErUTTS Suite 5, X. T. Arinljo IUdtf. Phono 717. F0R R-pms FOR RENT .Haiilla7yrhTmmrn rooMs, Rio Grande, BIS W. Central. Full RENT Furnished rooms; mod ern; no sick. Apply I OH 4 W Central. FOR RENT Rounia in private house, . modern, well furnished with board, no sick, phone 15!! W. Foil RENT Pleasant smiy ro, m. t212N. High Ht.. tL F( Ut R EN T " 2 nice I y fin- iilshod rooms for light housekeeping, bath gas, eleCtl'lc light, teb plu no H.i'J, t.08 So. 61h. l- 'j FOR RENT Nicely furnished room. No Hick. 410 E. Central FoR RENT Furnished . front room. -i..'V,,!i'y ti,s N, Second. FtHt RENT Room to a young lady. Not sick. Can have board. Hox 10, If, M., Journal. FOR RENT 2 rooms; modern. or S unfurnished filfi So. Arno. FOR RENT Comfortable, outside rooms . $2.00 per week. 214 1-2 South Second. Oposlto New Crystal Theater. FOR RENT A beautll'ul sunny .fron? room. COO W. Lead Ave. Foil" RENT Furnished front room at 222 N. High. Inquire of J. W. Pettus, Wells Fargo Express Co. FOR WELL PEOPLE Sunny cham bers, well furnished. 424 H. Edith St. FOR RENT 618 W. Marquette avo.l furnlHhed. W, P. Mctealf. Ft'R RENT Flva. rooms, unfurn ished, for rent; modern conven iences. Apply 215 W. Marquelto Ave. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, sleep ing porches; In all parts of the city and ut all prices. Call at Roomers' Exchange, 207 W, Gold Ave. BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE- store. On Write Rox r.!i -ol J established drug Invoice for cush only. S.. P O . city. FOR SALE The reason ness Interests, The Home Restaurant, for selling, other bual- No. 205 West Gold. Rooming houHe. 20 FOR SALE rooms; goo Address llox d location for transients. 11.. Journal. FOR SALE A bargain good drug liottlneua. onlv one In cltv. stock, fixtures and building. Address Hale I. Luts, Wllbird, N, M. HIO PROFITS for you Manufacture Rarley Crisp. New conloctloii. fie package costs you 1c. Machine $5.00 prepaid. Sample free, ShalTer Co., B2S Natoma sb, Han Francisco. Calif. FOR SALE OR LEASE The New Optic Hotel; newly renovated and refurnished; steam heat, hot and cold water; is on good paying basla. Write S. O. Hill, East Las Vegas, N. M. DOCTOR WANTED for valuable location In New Mexico. Collec tions' practically nlwuys spot cash. Elevation 5,500 feet. Irrigated val leys, large, population; exceptional op portunity, Address Doctor, care Journal. II. it PER WORD Inserting classified ads In US leading papers In the O. fi. Send for list. Tho Paka Ad vertising Agency, 43$ Main St,, Los Angeles, or 12 Geary St., San Fran cisco. WANTED Boarders WANTED Roomers and boarders In private family at DOR North 4th. FOR SALE Furniture. heating stoves, 2 tables, bathtub, roueh nnd hnbv bed 1 Ht AVest Gold ' FOR SALE Complete furnishings of s 5-room house, liuu west ten. t r n 1 . Call m o r nln g s FOR BALKplafge oak bookcase, suitable for office, Also encyclope dia, til .West SUvw. STORAGE. aM'KU Hlaaoa, bouaili..ld svda, ara. atorad aataly at raa,naa!a raiaa Ad raaraa aada. Phona . Tha Sacartty Warakauaa aad lmpfuramaat lo. otfioos, rtH.ma I and a. Oraat klcs. Third atraot and Oalral a van a. FOR SALE Real Estate. S-room house furnished; nearly new. IliiO. 4- room house, nearly new. $1200. 5- room house, modern, close in, $1, Sl'0. t-room house on North 4th, $3200. 7-room house, modern, $S:'00. g-room house, close in, $4,UU0. 10-room house, easy terms. MeCH taiAX & DEXTER, Sit W. Central. FOR SALE Ten-room modern brick dwelling in Helen. N. M. Lots 7&s 142, or nil! exchain for Albuquergue reaidtnes property. F. La Walrath Relen. N. M. $XR SALE A FINK HOME 5-room, modern house, 2 sleeping porches, cement culler, good barn and new coral: fruit and shade trees. Lot l2'i by It'.'. $1,000.00 cah will han dle It. rhone SsX. J. II. PEAK. 201 W(M tiolil, Altiii,ernue, X. M. rltl'U FARMS. lOR RALE Two fruit farms, 120 and 41 acres, respectively, litis U. S. patent and Irrigation right. Fully ouiuDed with heating system. Foi particulars address V. U Walrath, nelen, N. M. Foil SALK House, burn, two lots, ('Mean. owner leaving city. 09 Fust Iron. FOR SALE At a bargain. 4-room frame house, close In. M, L. Schotl, M W. Central. WILL TRADE tive room cottage well located, always rented, for land north of town, value $1,000 to $1,500. W. P. Metcair, a: :iGulil Ave FOR TlKN'T OR SALE acre im proved ranch, acres In alfalfa, un der ditch, rest under cultivation. Ad dress C, W., Journal. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE For small ranch Hear city. Seven room house nnd bath, nearly new; Blind and fruit trees, chicken houses and yards. Lot D0xl42 feet. Price $2,400. Inquire E04 West Marble ave. FOK SALE Whole, or pari, iuu iota, new three-room house, sleeplns. porch, Easy walking distunes. Ideal for health seeker. 1402 N irtb Sec ond. FOR WALK 5-room brick, $1700.00. 4-room frame, S. Arno, $1700.00, W. .H. McMlllion. 2 HW. J1;, FOR SALE , , Four-room houae, biggest bargain In city." KMia N. 4th St. Phone 1104. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. l PEA tin EK (01 aula ui iti.i Underwood Typewriter Co.. Ill W Gold sve. Phone 144. "vim MALE Sewing machine iiiiS Gramnplione and a few household soods. price, reasonable. SOI 8. Uroiidwiiy. FOR HA t.IO 10 pound holio, for i delivered. Guy gumner, lioi $5 or phone 165B V. FOR SALE loo shari'H Occidental Fire. orlglnuljrlpp. C Juurniil. FOR SALE Five passenger aulomo bib. In goo.l order. Cash or pay ments. W. Futrelle, 114 West Coal. FOR BALEA1 "Sterling" uprtgn' concert grand piano; a fine Instru meiit. Inquire Grand Central Hotel. 1 III V AND KELIj, New and second-hand clothes, shoes and furniture', also rent dress suits, Phone fi2 405 S. First St. FTir"sTLI'! "Automobile "(Nidlllue 3d" deml tonneau G passenger, In perfect condition. M. L. Schutt, 519 W. Central T'lSiTsALE Fine violin. Aiiiail mod el, made In Germany; a bargain. Address 514 H. Third St. Telephone 1537 J. FOR SALE - Fine lialleit and Davis piano. 213 N. MIkIi U FOR SAIJC At a bargain, $:I50 up right piano. Will sacrllleo lor $175. IIS S. Fourth St. FdiirSALli Nice upright piano, $75 IT taken at once. Call mornings. (115 W. First. FOR SALE Fruit trees, grape vines nt,,i uhr-iilttiori'. ml fid cents on the dollar. O, K. Transfer, 313-315 West Sliver. EXTRACTED HONEY. ISO-lb. can foi ir,' 10. lb. null for $1: beeswax. 35c a lb, P, O, Box 202; phone 1287J. W. P. Allen, Albuquerque, N. M. NVAI.'S LI V ICR REGITA'IOR. Dry form, Is a reliable remedy for biliousness, constipation, sick head ache, Indigestion and torpidity of the liver. A good laxative In malarial con. dltlom. Price 25c, or by mnll, 30c In itarnps. All Nynl Family Remedies are for sale by John J. Hamilton, druggist. 001 S. 3d St.. Albii'Ulerqun, N. M. WANTED Miscellaneous. EMUROIDEHY, hemstltchlifg nnd any kind of band work dono rea sonably. Phono llfld. Mirrors Resilvcrcd. Mattressfs ' itiade over; Feather Mattresses made from old feather beds; I'pholstered Goods Repaired. 305 North Rroadwsy. Phone 702. class wilt pcslliotii, V ANTED To exchange $5 for a snare drum. Leave at N. M. Cigar f'n. for Inspection Monday or Tues day, WANTED Laundry to do at home 80c a dozen for family washing. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Phone 1132 W. WANTED To lease small newspap er and job printing establishment In New Mexico. Address P, O .llox No. 3.1, Albuquerque, N. M. WANTHD-Piiriv" with 3 -seated rig to take 2 ladies driving 4 or- D afternoons u week. Call 629 So. Arno, ' W A. 410FF s CARPET CMCAMXa. th,mf MS, 905 E. Omrs! At PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. R. V. I). HRVAX A ttorney -st-La w. Office In First National Rank Bulld- in. Albuquerque, N. M. JOHN W. WILSOX Attorney-at-Law. Rooms H-I7-1I Cromwell Bids. Res. phone 1522 W. Oftlte phone 1171 GEORGE S. Kl.tH K Attorney. Rooms Stern Block Albuquerqua, N. M. American Surety Ponrta DENTISTS. lilt, J. K. KUAFT Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2-S. Pari.ett Rldg Phons 741 Appointments made bv mntl. W. 41. SIIADRACH, M. D, Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Oxer Walton's drug store. Phone tlTT A. tJ. SHORTEIi. M. D. Practice Limited to Tuberculosis, Hours, I to 11. 224 H W. Central A vs. Over Wnltons Drug Stora. XV. M. SIIERlnAX, M. IV Practice Limited to Geiilto-t rlnary Dlseasea. Ths Wassermann and Noguchl Tests Sslvarsan "60S" Administered, State National Rank Building, Albuquerque. N. M. W. It. FAITEltSOX, M. I. Dlsenses of women and Obstetrics, over Walton's drug store, rhone 1168. somMON Ii. P.I HTON, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Suite 9, Burnett It'll' INSFHAXCE. ARTIIFR WALKER Fire Insurance, fteereiary Mutua1 Rulldlng Asnoclati,.n. Phone til. $17 H West Centrsl Avenus. CHIROPODIST. .1. It. WOODSON, Foot Specialist, treats corns, bunions, ingrowing nails and all foot ailments, rhone 11$. 10 a. m. to 7 p. in. Office, 21$ Tijeras Ave. VETERINARIANS. V. H.'ltARR. 1. V. 8. Veterinary Surgeon. Gradual Chicago Vet. Colleg. lltl office and Hospital, cor. First and Marquette. Phone 77T. day and night j!F-NIRoomsw'thB-oa-r? FOR RENT"-Nicely furnished front room with board. Horn cooking. Apply 202 N. Edith. FOR REN"!'-Furnished rooms, with or without board Kit S. Broadway. PERSONAL. WANTED Nursing; no objection to going out of city. Phone 1607 J, 611 S, Rroadwuy. - - FOR "R ENT Apartments. pplv D A Macrherson. Journal. FO'l RENT Modern furnished and housekeeping rooms, week or month. Westminster. Phone 1073. SADDLE HORSES ORANNIS RIDING SCHOOL First Class Riding Horses Phono 1030. 114 W. Silver. P. ft. llox 077 rhone 999 ALBUQUERQUE CREDIT CO. R. VV. Wclilleln, Manager. MERCII ANTS'S FIR .TEOTIOV. Indexed Weekly Records. Individual Haling Collection. Ill 8. Itli St. .liriiierqiie. New Mexico. Hudson for Signs Wall Papor ssssssisssssswrsssisisssssissssssssssssl HUDSON Fourth for Picture Street and Frames Copper Avi. DAILY MAIL SERVICE AM) STAGE Fur the famous Hot Springs of ernes, N. M. Leaves Albuqiierqu P. O. every morning at B a, .n. Tick ets sold at Vnlo Bros., 807 North First street, GAVINO GARCIA, proprietor nnd mail contractor. P. 0. Hox it 1402 8. Broadway. Phono 1343 W. SANTA FE TIME TABLE. KffiHtlie November 12th, 1011. Weslbouiiil, Arrives. Departs 1 Cu.1 Express 7:20p 8:10p 3, Cal. Limited ...10:55a 11:25a 7 Mex.-Cal. Exp,..10:10p lt:05p 9 Cal. Fast Mail. . . 1 1 ;50p 12:45a l'.aslMiiiliil. 2 Tour. Exp 3;55p 4:J0p 4 Limited 5:35p (:05p 8 East Evp. ...... 6:65p 7;25p 10 overland Exp.. 8:00a S:35a I'.l Piimo 'l ialns, 809 Mex. Exp 12:20a 815 El Paso Pass,. 8:30a 810 K. C. & Chi.... :00a 818 K. C. ft Chi. .. :20p RohwcII, Clovls and AmarUlo. 811 Pecos Val. Eg. 7:ttp $12 Albuq. Exp.... I:18f I', 3, JOUXSOX, Atnl. t