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THALeUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1912.
THr.EE. " : "T Br." SPORTS KLAUS WINS: IN FIERCE FIGHT Referee Jack Welch Awards Pittsburgher Decision After ; Twenty Rounds of Foulest g. (Bt Morning Jnnrnsl Sordid laea Wlre.1 j Snn FrunclHcu, March 23. Friuik 5lnus, the Pittsburg "Hear Cut," out roughed, out-wrestled, out-fouled and barely out-fought Jack Dillon, the. Indianapolis middleweight In their ifght ut Cof froth's Daly City upon ulr nrcna this iifternoon, tin a result of which he wan proclulniod lh- winner ly Referee Juok Welch lifter twenty rounds of the foulest milling witness td in a local arena in recent yearn. An elevnth hour rally on the part of Klaus enabled him to leuve the rin-t with Dillon's scalp figuratively diingling from his belt, his determined stand in the final round, during which he landed fearful stomach punches without return, contributing; all that he needed to determine a winner. , The battl? from start to finish was contested with the men going at it hammer and tongs, each with head and shoulders resting against the other. They wrestled, elbowed, 'but ted" and back-heeled, tho referee warning them time and again that they were inviting disqualification. Finally he turned to the spectators and shouted, "Both of these men are fighting a foul battle, therefore I pro pose to let them settle their differ ences In their own way and will not interfere. They are both equally cul pable." As the contost was fought there never was a dull moment, each man lighting ceaselessly to score In his own peculiar way. Dillon clearly showed his superiority at boxing. He frequent- j ly staggered Klaus with sharp rbtht hooks to the jaw, but the latter show ed himself capable of absorbing the blows and never at any stage appear ed to be in distress. Klaus all the while drive his right and left to the body, and it was this systematic peppering of the Hoosler fighter's stomach that gradually wore the latter down and paved the way to success. Dillon scored first blood, a right honk in the second, opening a gash on Klaus' face. In tho tilth round, however, the Pittsburgher Bi-nt in a tremend ous smash to tho mouth and until the end of the fight, Dillon bled from the effects of this punch. In the thirtecntii round Dillon al most dropped Klaus on three differ ent occasions with powerful rights to the chin, and the crowd yelled itself hoarse. Klaus, however, weathered tho gale and Immediately resumed his merciless lusilladu of body punches, which proved a potent fac tor in weakening Dillon and compell ing him to keep his distance. On the whole Klaus' showing was a disappointment to the spectators, who agreed that as a box-T under the legitimate rules of yueensbury, he has much to learn. Klaus and Eddie McOoorty, of Osh kosh. Wis., are matched to light hero Some time next nuiiO in what Is an nouneed as the worlds championship of the middle-weight division. Klaus was favorite in the betting al odds of 10 to 7. The men weighed in at 10 a. m., at 158 pounds. RACE RESULTS. At Juarez. . , Juarez, Mex.. March 23. Colonel Watt Winn today received a petition from prominent people of F.l I'asoand Juarez to extend tho meeting ten days i but as nil arrangements have licen made to close on the Mth. he did not e his way clear to grant tho re quest. Favorites went by tho board today Hud tho public received a hard blow, lit suits: First race, one mile: Tort Arlington, 20 to 1, won; Oeorge tjuyton, 12 to 1, second; Sam Harbor, 4 to 1, third. Time 1:41 3-5. j Second race, six furlongs: Unmpie, k to 1, won: lfaNina. 6 to 1. second. Pleasing, 12 to 1, third. Time 1 : t !".. Third race, live and a half furlongs: Dado. 12 to 1, won; Tourist, 3 to 3. second; Manasseh, 6 to 1, third. Time 10X, Fourth race, six, furlongs: J. It. 'feed. to D, won; Hob Lynch, 5 to 1, second; Kye White, 7 to 2, third. Time 113 3-5. Fifth race, six furlongs: Kid North, 6 to 2, won; Marsand, & to- 2, second. Itainsay, 2 to I, third. Time 1:14 1-5. Sixth race, five and a half furlongs: Maudadcro, J to 1, won; Isom, fi to . second; Hcerete, 6 to 1, third. Time 1:07 1-5. : Killiane Offered 5.00 for lloiit. Cleveland, .. March 2.1. Johnny Kllbana. champion featherweight "xer. today received an offer of ll.'iOO or forty per tent of the re ceipts trom the Madison Athletic club of New Tors, for a ten-round match "Ith either Eddie 0'Ke-fe or Johnny Dundee, the Scotch champion. Kil wne to name the date. Jimmy Dunn, Killiune's manager, wild he was fav orably impressed with the offer and iU bsven-xt week to clone the ar rangi inenta, Jack 4'urlcjr leaven For r4. Kansas City, March 23. Jack Cur ay. promoter of the championship f'cht between Jack Johnson and Jim lynn. left here tonight for the west ' take a final view of all localities '!"t want to stage the big fight. Cur cy must announce the scene hy May b'lglum Man Milliard 4fiamiin. Paris. March 53. In the interna tional amateur m.t balk line billiard '"nrnamenl, which was continued here '"ay. M. Maura, of Belgium, defeat- J- Ferdinand poggenbure. of N"W Jork. the American champion. 401 to 1 li. Free with a Journal want ad, a photo coupon worth $1 .50. WITH DILLON BANTAMWEIGHTS! MEET IN BOUT AT CAPITAL Johnny Murphy and Young Abe Attell Are Matched for Wed nesday Night in Santa Fe; Great Battle Certain. " i. Promoter Mark Levy, of the New Mexico Athletic club, last night an nounced that he had matched Johnny Murphy, the Denver bantamweight, and Young Abe Attell, of Dallas. Texas, for a second meeting at Santa Fe an Wednesday night. It Is certain that the bout will be a better battle than that here Friday night, II that be possible. The boys leave this after noon for .Santa Fe, where they will train for the match. . , ' Young Attell yesterday showed no marks whatever of his fight Friday night. In fact a few minutes after the contest was over he was as chipper and smiling as if he had been one of those in the audience, instead of one of two fighters who had been tearing it off in a twenty-round boxing motch. Yesterday he was around the town mingling with the fans whoui'ha had won as his friends by his splendid battle the night before. There Is no denying that Attell la the classiest boxer and one of the best ring gen erals ever to appear In a local match. As for Murphy, he and his manager, fieri Connors, of Denver, are going to Santa Fe determined to give the Cap ital City boxing enthusiasts the great est match they have ever witnessed. Murphy, who never says anything, believes he can win from Attell. The Dallas boxer Is just as confident that he can whip the Denverlte, and this feeding between the two boys should guarantee a magnificent contest. The bout will be for fifteen rounds. PRIZES AWARDED TO HIGH SCORE TEAMS IN BOWLING CONGRESS Chicago, March 23. Frizes won by bowlers in the two-men teams and individual events of tho American bowling congress tournament wh'.-h ?ndert today, were unnounced to night. None of the contestants In the minor events today was able to dis turb the loaders. The 1912 champions are Larry Sutton, of Rochester, N, Y., in the singles, and Phil Sutton and N-lson Owen, of Louisville, Ky., In tho doubles, while the all-events prinu went to Phil Sutton. The winnings of the two-men cham pionship by Ihe Louisville bowlers takes that honor to the Falls City a second time. The first championship was won by F.. (1. Kichter and Kdwnrd Higely, in 10(17, at the St. Louis meet. Sutton and Owen made their s-ore of 1,259 on March 17. Phil SuMon's total in the all-events was 1.H43. The victory was due to his splendid work in tho doubles. The only tournament record set was Ihfit made by Louis Vlelstich, of Kan sas City, who set a high gam - mark of 280. beating by one pin the previous record held Joint Iv by William Miner of Chicago and Harry Muggley, of St. Paul. Prizes aggregating more than nine thousand dollars were distributed among 273 teams In the two-men evnt, while 279 figured In the prize, list in Ihe individual list which totall ed $9,4!lH. STATE OWNERSHIP, All Industries That Pertain Development of Cbuntiy Become Property monwealth, of Com- Rt Morning JnHrltal ftnrrfnl fceanM St'lm I Phoenix, Aria., March 23. State ownership of nl Industries that per tain lo the development of natural resources, was provided for In a bill Introduced in the Arizona senate to day by Senator Worsley. of Tucson. I'nder the provisions of the bill the state would own all oil wells, refin eries, sawmills, coal nilnrs, etc., and sell the products to the people. "Why establinh complicated anti trust and interstate romnierce laws to regulate monopolies." said Henator Worsley. "when the state can com pete successfully In the Interests of the consumer. Not only the state but every city and town in Anxona, under the provisions of my bill, would In enabled to enter Into business for Itself." Senator Worsley Is confident his bill will pass. Bills creating a lard of prison supervisors; requiring licensing ol all engineers operating stationary en gines: au)J-ctfng all -oriorations to liens for the recovery of wages due; requiring that all miners In the state lie able to read and write Kngltsh: and one limiting campaign expense of all candidates for office, municipal or state, were offered In both houses today. The recall amendment to tne con titution was remrtel lo both houses with the sjm-cIhI election feature elim inited. It had been prop' h0,i in election on the recall amendment luly t. No action wss taken on the new Mil tlv. " " Try a Journal Want Ad. Results PROPOSED IN ARIZONA DECISIVE BATTLE IS EXPECTED TODAY Liberal Forces Numbering 2, 800 Encamped at Escalon "Expect Attack from 2,000 Federals in Close Proximity. ROJAS ARRESTED BY ORDER OF REBEL LEADER Strict Censorship Maintained and Conflicting Reports of Fight in Which Maderistos Claim to .Have Been Victors, (By Murnln( Journal Sperlul I.enurd Wire.) Chihuahua, Mcx March S3. tlen iral ImkcuiII i trosseo, commander-liif chief of the rebel forces, rcganls it as highly probable that the Hist de cisive engagement f the Insurrection against the Madcro government wljl be fought at Kscalon tomorrow. Enalim Is an adobe village situated on a sandy plain, midway between .Ilnilnez aiid Torrcon. All availably troops have been .sent there, leaving only thu garrison at Chihuahua, and a mere corporal's guard m JimtneE, which has been the base of recent operations. Kscalon is how occupied by 2.800 liberals, while the federal forc,e which it Is expected will attack tomorrow numbers about 2,000, having been re inforced by a regiment and a platoon of artillery today. OHOXCO ORDKHK AllllFST of ;i;.m:hl ito.i s Gen. Antonio llojus of the revolu tionary forces was placed under nrrest today by General Pascual Orozeo, the commander-in-chief, and two hundred of his men were disarmed and their rifles given to men whose loyalty Is not questioned. The remaining 500 men of liojas' detachment were sent south to reinforce Generals Campa and Kaiimar, who are in momentary ex pectation of attack at Kscalon. Uojas is the man, who when In command of the rebel garrison at Juarez, loot ed the branch of the Mexican Na tional bank of 17,200 pesos, all that remained in tho vaults. Tills action was harshly criticized by his brother officers and Hoius was ordered with his command to Chihuahua. He soon returned to Juares, but on Thursday again took his men to Chihuahua. It is said that his arrest was due to Insubordination, in uccllning to obey Orozco's orders. Two emissaries from OJItiga arrived here today and informed orozeo that Jose de la Cruz Sanchez, commanding 200 federals at Ojlnuga had decided to cast his fortunes with the revolu tion. Light skirmishing marked the day at the front between outposts of the opposing forces In the neighborhood of Ceballos, which is about twenty miles south of the insurreclo main force at Escalon. Reports from General Salazar to Orozeo make no mention of rebel losses, as reported from the City of Mexico, hut such omissions are com mon to such reports. The dispatches do state, however, that "the enemies losses far outnumber our own." If the report that Ojlriaga Is now a rebel town Is correct, the insiirrei-los are in control of tho entire state of Chihuahua from east to west and from the north to the Bouthern army front nt, Kscalon. XKWS STKICTI-.V -KMtltl''.l RFX.AIilM VG KM. KMT MAT'llJ" Mexico City, Mex., March 23. r Strict censorship of news regarding the battle near Kscalon, midway be tween Chlhubua and Torrcon yester. day, left the result Ln doubt tonight. Federal officers reiterated the story of a government victory, but fnom no source were details obtainable A dispatch from Torreou over th censored wires purported to confirm the route of the rebels, though their number wan estimated at Iiimii 200 to ion instead of l.XHO, as stated in gov ernment advices. Atcordimr to this account of tb battle, the rebels attacked a repair train commanded by Lieut. Col. Mel i ado. A Isittallon of inf antry came ut the resiice and stood off the rebels for an hour until reinforcement from the command of tlenerul Telles ar rived. The reinforcements were i mixe.i force of cavalry. Infantry and artillery, commanded Jointly by f!cn ernl Ftlanuuet, the hero of Mnrclos. and General Telle. The rebels were said 4o have stub. Imrnly resisted the aggressive move ments of the combined forces for two hours and then tb-d northward, leav ing eighteen dead on the held and a number of wounded. From one of Ihe prisoners it was learned that Gen eral oroxro was at Santa Rosalia with I.40S men. He had Iwo machine un The rebel force engaged In the lal tle was commanded hy Jose Inei iabi tar. The command came by train from Hunts Rosalia to meet the d vsnce of the federsls. 4.lt AMI MMHMSTI Ft MOT ttlMIIlllAMl San Antonio. Tex.. March 23. A half million dollars worth of grain n, merchandise consigned to Mexi can olnts, held In San Antonio and vicinity on account of uncertaintv of the meaning f President Taft'f proclamation lrlng on the trans Mrtation of munition or war. wa released today for hlpment across th border. 1,'ntted States Marshal Nolle hi" r tokcd the order to his deputies to apprehend shipments of fmMlsturts evidently not Intended for consump tion by Individuals lo w hom the) consigned. cr 4.1V RI M I IIS lllt-fc1 r.u Till IMG TO .KT IMTI )IKl(tl F.l Peso. Tex., March 2t. Two gun runners" whu attempted to gt 4,"t cartridges acroea a ford of the lti Grande few miles e)t ol this cit. ere arrested hy American soldiers. They (lave their nsmes as George Gra. harn and Abram Fernandas. 'tin runners" are paid lit thousand for gelling rnrtrtdses across the river In the rebels. by on FUGITIVE SLAYERS ARE BROUGHT TO BAY Remaining Members of Allen , Clan Who Assassinatcd.HiHs ville Court Officials Must Fight or Surrender, By Morning Jnuraai Special Imirrt nil.) .doubt Aity, iN. .C, March 23.- Three- more monitors of the Alleli clan, Claude, brother of Floyd; Frlol Allen, hoii of Jasper, and Wesley Ed ward!!, Were located by tile detective ill tile mountains north of Mount Airy and their cn pi tire . tonight or early Sounday morning s pnwtically cer tain. It Is predicted Jhoy will not be taken without bloodshed. The Aliens were located III '.nc mountains late today. Worii was sent here and reinforcements nskeel by tho posse. Immediately the sheriff of Surry county, with his deputies, a i'ozcii detectives, and several citi zen volunteers started up into the hills. They will work their way to the south i f the place where the fug itives are in hiding, on the north tho outlaws are, confronted hy a hun dred men, detectives, deputy sheriffs and volunteers working iroin the hills on the other side. When the Mount Airy, squad nr. rives oil the south , the ott leers will surround- the. hilling place and tut off escape of the outlaws. Sldtia Allen, leader ( the clan, 1 believed to be hiding in Sugar Loaf mountain, five miles away from where tho Kdwarda boy and ho other two Aliens are said to have been lo. catci'. He probably., will not be takee tonight. i - . It Is believed here tnat Jasper Allin, father of Frlel, will lead the posse which goes to capture Sldmii Allen. The reason assigned by the people here for Jasper taking up arms against his brother, if he fol lows thla course Is his endeavor to. save his son Friel from the electric chair or to secure revenge oiV those whom ho may believe responsible for inducing his 17-year-son to partlct-J palo in tho tragedy ut the lllllsville court house. i MINERS DEMAND A TEN PERCENT Great Strike in Coal Regions Will Occur Unless Miners and Operators' Reach Agree ment Before April 1st, lily Morning Journal Snerlal l.eaaea' Wlre-1 Cleveland, O.. March 23. Whether the 4 50,000 union coal miners of the I'nltet Slates will quit work and cause the mines lo be shut down probably will pot be decided curlier than u few days before April 1. when the present wage aarcemcuts expire. Officials of Ihe miners' union today dccMlcd to take no action on the wage dispute of the anthracite miners until after the dllfer'-nces of the bituminous miners have brought about either a settlement of a disagreement. This inc. ins that the coal situation will rtuiain unsettled until after Tues day. The bituminous coal miners ure asking for a ten per cent Increase In pay with . a reduction of working hours.. The anthracite mlnerH are making similar demands, but In addi tion want material changes In work ing conditions, inclut'.lug a complete recognition of the union and the abolition of all intermediaries be tween miners and employers. Tho t'prator rt that the In- ercusld pay asked' iud augment the miners' isiyroll mine than tOOO.Ooa per week at Ihe' liiininiuiii. F.tery'nf f.r from either side no far has been recct,cd. , . . The mli;y board ainil, Ihe executive ci irmittc- ,.f the Fulled Mmo Work ers of Aiiii'ric.i will meet here Monday avowclly In lrnw up recommemla t Ions to be submit li d to a referendum vol,, of the union. All the negotia tions for adjustment of the anthru i lie miners' wage have been broken off. but the policy committee and the executive board, by tho del Islon of today, will not act In this matter until the outcome of the bituminous con ference Is made known. It the hilum Iiiouh minors and operators decide thev cannot agree, then, according to John P. White, president of the union, the executive board's recommenda tions as to l'th anthracite and bitum inous situations will be alike. Ha says a suspension of all the mine nccc warily will follow, pending a vote of tho miners on the question of a strike. For several das Ihe anion officials have awaited news of steps for a possible rein-ning : of negotiations bilwein the anthracite? operators and miners, but nonu came. Free with a Journal want ad, a photo coupon worth $1.50. Additional Markets The Livestock Markets. Kansas t or IJTevtnrh. ' Ksasaa Cilv. Mar h IJ Cut tie ltiv..,ts. including ISO south erns: market steady. Native steers. 14 tl t: Miuthern steers, ti.lM, 7 25; southern rows and heifers. 11.56 tB J.iS; native cows snd hwtfers. It .; stotkers and feeders, $4.te : bulls. 1 4 25 l.7ii -alves. . l 2i; western steers. li.7iM; western rows. 1.5Sfi i ,i. Ilofrs Iteteipt. 4. SOS: n,arket t to IS rtnta htwer: bulk of soles, l.2Hi J.43. heavy. $7 W ;.; pa kers and I utchera. 17 .(: lis his. 7.i : ir. Fhfy I!eeipts, market INCREASE steady. Muttens, M,00r 00; lambs, M.00iii?.5: fed wethers and year. llug. $4.5U(f 6.50; fed ewes, J3.00HJ G.75. .' Chicago LlTPNtiK'H. Chicago, Match 23. atlle Its celpts, 400; market steady. Heeves, 5."5f 8.H5; Texas steers, 4.606.K5; western steers, f 5.1 0v6.Kt ; Blockers and feeders, 4.2Rfll.nt); cows and hellers, t2.5(ti ti.70. Hogs Receipt, 16,0011; market slow, 5 to 10 cents lower. Light, tl.25 t' 7.5 7 '-i ; mixed. t7.20(ii 7.0; heavy, 7.26P7.0; rough, t7.25' 7. 35; pigs, tR.IOiti 7.00; bulk of sales, $ T. 4 5 r 7.55. Hl.01i Receipts, 16,000; market stesdv. Native. M.00WK.OO; western, t4.50ti.25; yearlings, t5.DOf.90: lambs, unlive, 5.N0Si7.85; western, t6.25M.O0. Weekly Bank Statement. New York. March 23. The state ment of clearing house banks for the week shows that the banks hold l. 3 4 I .ft 0(1 reserve In excess of legal re quirements. This Is a decease ol $2,297,1100 III the proportionate chnIi reserve as compared with last week. The statement follows: linllv Average. Loans, K38.000. Specie, 631,000. $2,043,IOK,000; decrense, 4,.1 $3G7,X20,t)00; decrease, $3,- Ugal tenders. $S5, 34, 000; de. crease, 47.ouu. Net deposits, $ 1 ,KS5,K 1 0,000 ; de crease, (7.274, 000. Circulation, t0,633,000; decrease. )43t,0OO. Hanks' cash reserve In vaults, $375,952,000. Trust companies cash reserve 1 lit vaults. $57,210,000. Aggregate cash reserve, $44 5, 1 8H. 000. ' 1 Fxeess lawful reserve, $13,341,900! decrease, $2.27,00. Trust companies reserve wlthe1esr Ing house members carrying 25 per cent cash reserve, $5ti,4 1 S.O00. Specie, $04,224. 400; increase, $524,200. ' Legal tender, $10,864, S00; decrease, $4. (too. . ;' Total deimsils. $705,9R,T00;' In crease, $4,117,500. Actual Condition. Loans, $2,042,756,000; decrease, $!. 020,000. Specie, t356,724,0OO; decrease, $4, 414.000. Legal tenders, $S4,!I02,000; decrease, $835,000. Net deposits. $1,894,57,000; de crease, tl,37I,VVII. Circulation, D0,&22,UUU; uecreasc, $423,000. Hanks cash reserve In vault, $370,. CIA. 000. Trust companies cash reserve In vault, $71,010,000. Aggregate cUBn reservo, 42R.OO0. Fxeess lawful reserve, $12,235,000; decrease, $4,760,000. Trust companies reserve with clear Ing house members carrying 25 per cent cash reserve, iis,!4s,uu. Summary of state banks Hnd trust companies' in Greater New York not reporting to the clearing house: Irfians, $0011,023,800; increase, $31,- 172.200. Specie, t(',4,224,100; Increase, $524, 200. 1a-gn tenders, $ 1 0,84,500; r de crease, 14,80". I Total deposits, $705,008,700; In crease, $4,1 17,500. Mew York 'leai'lnt I louse. -The Flnan- New York, March 23.- eler will say: "The clearing hsuso. bunks of New York, despite large shipments of funds to this center from Ihe Interior, reported in their weekly exhibit n continue,! decrease In cash owing to operations with the sub-treasury, gold exports, etc. The striking feature of the present situation Is found In the low rates prevailing for money In tho race of a surplus reserve which Is shrinking lo amall proportions. "The most iilaiisllilu "explanation is that the banks have a reservoir of funds In the shape of credits abroad and It Is certain that a sharp rise In loan quotations would reverse tho tide of until exports lino one 01 uiipoii. "Such Imports at this time are neither necessary nor desirable, us the siiiuilv of domestic money is sum rlently ample to take, care 01 oomesiic business. "The banks made no Important chanues In Ihe leading Items for the week. . "The April settlement period due in little more tnan a weea win i"" ably causa some unusual changes In the bank statement over the next rori nlglit." New York Cotton. New York, March 23. The cotton market closed steady and '.ist prices showed a net gain for the day Of from 7 to 10 points. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTHi; OF IIF.Pl 11I.I4 ATION. liepartment of the Interior, IT. S. I-and Office at Santa N. M.. March 15, 1912. Notice Is hereby given that Mooney Wetmore, of Lamina. N. M., who, oa October 25, I'JOfi, made homestead No. 07007. for NW. 1-4 SW. 1-4, sec tion 24, township 7 N.. range 5 W N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to Ihe land shove descrllK-d, before A. K. Walker, probate clerk, at Albuiueriie, N. M.. on the 20th day of Ann!. 112. Claimant names as witnesses: John S. Prndt Hill Kle, Juanlto SlsT, llert Welmoro, all of Ijiguna, N. M. MAM F.I. It. ttTKIl'l. Itcgtstcr. Man h 18, Aprfl 18. MrTIIK OF ItKPllllJCATItlN. liepartment of the Interior. I'. S. Uind Office at Santa Fe, N. M.. Match 15, 112. Notice Is hereby tlven that llert Wetmore. of Ijisuna. N. M.. a ho, on Oeceinls-r I 3. . 1 , msd" homestesd No. Ifism, for iV. 1-4. SW. 1-4. sec lion II. township T N range 4 V N. M. P. Merbban, has flld notice f Intention to itake flnsl flve-yer proof, to ctabllsl, claim In the land slsive' dcsi rllied. lo-'ore A. K. Walker, probate cb rk. at Albimyerriue. N. M., ol the ion, dsy of April. 1912. Clsimsnt name as witnesses: John f. Pradt, Hill Kle, Jusnlto Slsem, MiMiney Wetmore, all of l-aguna. N. M. M AM' K.I. II. flTKItO. lieglster. M.rrh IK. April 14 mn v. v in.irArio. !psrtin nt of the Interior. I". . tjnd orfiie, at fsnts. Fe, N. M. March to. lilt. Notice Is hereby given tfcat Juan R'rr.a, of Hafl Itsfael. X. M, n Msrrh II, made homestead et- tr, No. IJ7-T25. for K. s. 8. E. k; is. iSu S jjSk AAkh ak ak aika'lalJll veev S1 TS , jt Only! Orpheum Theater Feature Photo Play Only Appearance in Albuquerque Dr.JekyI and Mr.flyde The most astonishing Moving Picture today in the world 3 Other Big Reels in connection with this feature No increase in prices 5c and lOc T t t I f ? ? t T t ? T i t i K. N. K. "4. section 8, township li N range 10 W., N. M. P. meridian, has filed notice of Intention to viakt) final five-year proof, to establish claim to the lund above described; lie fore Sllvestra Mirabel, V, ti. Commis sioner, at Kan Itafael, N. M., on the 4th day of May, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Pedro N, Sllva, Jose A. Babndro, Tlrelo Ma rino, Pablo Uallegos, nil of San Ita fael, N. M. MANUFL H. OTKUO. Iteglsler. Mar. 2 2-Apr. 21. NOTK'i: nil! PUI.HTIO.N. lX'partment of the Interior, u. s. Lund Office, at Bantu Fe, N. M. March 20, mi 2. Notice is hereby given that Kilns tv Serna, olSan Itufael, N. M., who, on March 3, lllOil, uiudo homestead entry No. 903 8-07280, for W. H. S.F.. Vi. W. Vt N. K. VI . Sec. 8, T. 1 1 N It. 1 0 V N. M, P. meridian, has filed notice of In tention lo make final five-year proof to establish claim to I lie bind above described, before Hllvestre Mirabel, United Sl(ite.t Cutiimlaxtoucr, at Han .'tiifael, N. M.i on the '4th day of May, 1D12. Claimant names as wllnesses: Pedro N. Sllva, Jose A. Snbedra, Tlrelo Ma rino, Pablo tiullagcs, all of San Itnl'iie', N. M, MANl'KL U. OTF.HO. lieglster. Mar. 22-Apr, 21. IXtH HALF, KANCIL IfiO acres pntenled, dwellings, barns, corrals, 20-machina shear ing plant, 40-gnl., a minute well, 4 mile pipe Una controls tho bit cattle or sheep grading In New Mexico. Cost $21,000.00. llargaln If taken at oncu. Addreaa Hog 123, Albuquerijue, N. M. ' SANTA FE TIMETABLE Effwtivo January 30, Iflll. Westbound. Arrives So. 1 Cat Express ... 7:20p No. 3, ChI. Limited ...10:55a No. 7 Mex. Cal. Kxp ..l:10p No. t Cal. Fast Mall . .ll:50p No. 1 le Luxe Thursday only I:15 Fjtst bound. Vo. t Tour. F.xp. ..... S:l5p No. 4 Limited I 16p No. I F.sst Kxp :56p So. 19 Overlsnd Kxp. . 1:00a No. 2 De I.uxs Wednes day only l:00p Departs l:lp 11:25s ll:0lp 1J:4(S l:4ls 1-3 Pbm TralsM, Vo. Mex. Kxp. .......... .11: 10 o. Ill LI Psso Psiui. s:la No. II K. C. Chi. tsa X. 114 K. C. a ChL l:20p Koewcll, tlorls sad Asaartllo. Va. lit Fscos VsL Rip T:l No. lit Aubuq Exp.... Up P. J. JOIIXHOX. AcmU. BALD RID G LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builder's Supplies. Oak and Maple Builders' Albuquerque Lumber dM H M.I H4-H4 Montezuma Trurt Cct ALBUQUERQUE, V.IX'J MEXICO AA A aiislfa dn jftjshi w 4 4 r ess Isi National Foundry & Machine Co. General Foundry Work, Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL Albuquerque, New Mexico. may be ,'botteirnuli no niread" as Ihe. proverb goes, but halt a loaf of our bread Is only an aggravation. For It Is so light and toothsome, "morelsh" In flavor, that tiven a whole loaf goes a very short way In satisfying tho wants of, thosa who try It. If yon would know what par feet bread la try some of ours. Try our 10c loaf, i PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street. Writing Tablets 5c each Worth lOo clean up isld We wiah to Williams Drug Co. I'.liic I roil L I IT W. C entral THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and ltelall Dealers la Htl.SH AMI SALT MKA.TS Sausages KMi-lnIty. For cattle and hogs the biggest mar kct prices are paid. j 4 rtNsre MxMMC fcf Wl Will HHWlWIl. iwiimpn N. t, el ama iM.kk 1.4 K Wo r-,M." ,,. I - Im H tmt 4'V baf e rM ! m vnrrrts wreieai eo.. ww rs. u,wea. a. t14 s lrfM If 4. 'sMfy 4 Ca, f Bend your soiled clotkea to I The Duke City Cleaners L m .-te ruilll 111 r a iftK. w"i.i. - r The most op-e-1ate (tletudBC X plant In New aleilco. t . OvtsMa Orders Solicited. Polished Flooring Supplies Co., 423 N. First Street i 7