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SCOOP, the Cub Reporter.
UIIUIIMiLVif IILHUUn SANTA FE SHOPS AT TOPEKA Mechanical Superintendent of Northern District, Western Lines, Succeeds John Pur cell, Recently Promoted, f. Special Dl.pnlch to the Moraine Journal. 1 Topeka, Kan., May 14. M. J. Drury, of La Junta, Colo., mechanical superintendent of the northern dis trict, western lines, of the Atchison, Topeka & San Fe Railway Compr.ny, lias been appointed superintendent of the company's shops In Topeka, nie ceeding John Purcell, lately promot ed to bo assistant to the vjee-pres:-dent in charge of operation. Mr. Drury entered the serviC3 of the Santa Fe us a machinist in the Topeka shops In February, 188D. In 1893 he was made gang foreman, serving- in that position until October 1895, when he was promoted to be general foreman at La Junta. In 1900 he went to Arkansas City to bo general foreman. In 1902 he was made division foreman, and In 130 he was made master mechanic ul WInslow, Ariz; He had also served in that capacity at Raton, and then went to La Junta to be mechanical super intendent of tho northern district of the western lines. Mr. Drury'g appointment in To peka takes effect at once. He won hero Saturday, going over the work In hand with Mr. Purcell. Mr. Drury' succftssocat La. .Junta iitis not been named. Mr. Drury is rated as a high-clasf mechanical -man, as in Indicated by his appointment to have charge of the Topeka shopB, the largest railroad shops In tho country. In addition to that, Mr. Drury always has been popular with the men. Although a strict disciplinarian, he Is fair and courteous and has been very success ful In keeping up good feeling among the employes In his department. In this respect, it Is predicted, he will fee) entirely at ease In the shoes of his predecessor. Mr. Drury will move his family from La Junta to Topeka at an early date. Mr. Purcell already has taken up his headquarters In Chicago, but his work will keep him out over the system lines much of the time. His family will continue to reside In To peka. SO-CALLED C0LER BOND BILL GOES THROUGH HOUSE WITH WH00P Continued from Page Two.) by the committee of the whole and those amendments were adopted with out any substantial opposition. Once, Mr. llaca, of Sandoval, offered an amendment which had not been con sidered by the committee of thirty, and immediately Mr. Spiess was at his elbow In whispered conversation. I the amendment was withdrawn lor the time being, and after the commit tee of the whole had made Its report, the amendment. In a form which was not objectionable to Speaker Baca and Mr. Catron, was adopted. Incidentally, it Is stated In Santa Fe that Mr. Spiess will come in for big attorney's fee on the passage of this MM. It is understood that Mr. Spiess has a fee of $82,500 in It. It is understood that the money was secured on the bonds through the bond-selling house of Coler 4 Co., of New York, and that the money in full was paid In for the uses of the counties of Santa Fe and Grant and that for many years the Interest on the Santa Fe bonds has been In de fault and that the accumulation compounded, is more than the principal. It Is understood that I he holders of the bonds, went Into an agreement with Coler &: Co.. by which if ther secured a set-1 tlement, a commission of 10 per cent 'as to be allowed for that service. 1o reimburse the state for the bonds to be issued to care for this Indebted ness, the I'nlted states government ha givn to the state one million acres of land. The land, it is understood, can be i!d for more than enough to pay the Indebtedness, and the only question Involved is whether the sum now now claimed is larger than the state actually owe in princpal and Interest lor the bonds sold. The bill appropriating $30,000 for the salaries and expenses of the state corporation commission, which re ceived favorable consideration In com mittee of the whole yesterday, got a et-baok in the house today. It was xpected that the bill would be put through with little trooble at today's M-wlon. but it struck a decided snag "hen Mr. Sanchez, of Mora county. Introduced and had passed, a motion recommit It for the purpoee of having It ao amended aa tH specify the purpneea for which the lump sum of $14,700, appropriated by the bill. U to he expended, ... In the die.use1ra which preceded lb: action. Jir. Smith, of. Luna coun- th ! linri TMS?M Sf? ) vgTOui! '&3 I cant car J The ty, who yesterday distinguished him pelf bv breaking away from the com mlttee of thirty, relieved himself of a few choice cems of thought. Mr. Smith was of the opinion that there was no finer opportunity for "graft than that possessed by the corporation commission. "Lend us not Into tempta tion," was his motto, and ho did, not believe that the commissioners should ba unduly tempted. He declared that no business man would run his private allnlis on the plan outlined in tne Din end he concluded with tho fervid dec laration that, "I can't stand for no lumn sum." i nTTfl serried to be a decided ob jection to the bill In Its present form and I he motion uf Mr. Sanchez to re (onirnit was carried by a vote of 28 t. If. The house adjourned till 10:30 to morrow morning. LEGAL NOTICES. Department - of the Interior, U. S. Land Of rice at Santa Fe, N M. April 18, 1912. Notice is hereby gtven that Fran olsco C. da Baca, of Placitaa, N. M. who, on February 28, 1108, made homestead .-ntry -No. 133(11-05808, for N'B. 1-4, section 30, township IS N range 6K N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make five year proof, to establlh - claim to the land above described, befo.-e Abel E. Perea, county clerk, Sandoval county, At Rernalillo, New Mexico, on v the titlx day of May, 1912. .. ' " Claimant" nftTHfes MMT witness David TruJIllo, Joaquin TruJMlo, Jose II. Gurule, all of Las Placltas. N. M.i Demetrio Montoya, of Bernalillo V. M. . MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. April 20; May 21 NOTICE OP SALE. In tho District Court, Second Judicial District, In and for the County of Bernalillo. No. 8900. P. F. McCanna, as administrator of the state of James McCorriston, de ceased, plaintiff, vs. Mary Tubman, Agnes WalBh, Elizabeth Sly, John McCorriston, George McCorriston and William McCorriston, defend ants. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned, under and by virtue of the decree entered In said above entitled cause on the 29th day of April, 1912, will on tne zotn aay or May, ai tne hour or 10 o ciock in tno rorenoon of said day at the front door ot tne postoffice In the city' of Albuquerque, County of Bernalillo, and State of New Mexico, expose for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder for cash the property decreed to be sold In said de cree, to-wit: Lots numbered 7, 8. , 10. 11 and 12, in Block No. 27 of the Brownewell and Lall addition to the town of Albu querque, N. M. Lots numbered 22 and 23, block t In the Eagle or Bland townsite In the county of Sandoval. P. F. M'CANXA. Administrator of the estate of Ja.nes McCorriston, deceased, and the plaintiff in said cause. May 1-8-15-22. LEGAL- NOTICE. Last Will and Testament of Maria - Marclana Uurule Lobato deceased. To Panfito Lobato, Luaiana - L, de Gutierrez. Juan Archibeque, of Aragon, and Librado Duran. You are hereby notified that the alleged last will and testament of Maria Marclana Gurule Lobuto. late of the county of Sandoval and state of New Mexico, deceased, has been produced and read In the probate court of the county of Sandoval, state of New Mexico, at a regular proving of said alleged last will and ! testament was by order of the Judge , of said court thereupon freed for i Monday, the first day of July. A. l.. 112, term of "ld court, at 141 o'clock In the forenoon of said day. Given under my hand end the seal of this court, this Cth day of May. A. !.. 112. (Seal) ABEL F. TERKA, County Clerk. May -15-2-:. FOR RENT Miscellaneous. FOR RENT Alfalfa ranch, cloee to rlty; kocsa and oulbuildlnga. Will leas to reepodbl partlea for term of years. Inquire or addreaa. I. O. Al hrirht If I Vr.e, Tfcir.-. FOR RENT Storeroom ..pli M porteffi'-e te. M. V. wrr-m FOR KENT OR ALK oo lHTe and malea, erring wagn or I'ght rim at 9 mom Garcia, lift X. Am 8L. THE ALBUQUERQUE : ': SCOOP BcpyftS ALON&TORY WITH A Journal Waimft ColTunnnums IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS MONEY TO LOAN. i furniture, pianos, organs, horse wagons and other chattels; also or salaries and warehouse receipts; ' a low aa f 10.00 and as high aa $180.00. Loan are quickly made and strictly private. Time one month to one year given. Goods to remain la your po session. Our rate are reasonable Call and see ua before borrowing Steamship tickets to and from . all parts of the world. PRIVATE OFFICES Open Hvenlngs THE HOl'SKHOIJD LOAN CO., Rooms 8 and 4, Grant Building 803 5, West Central Avenue. FOR SALE. $4000 11-room, 2-story frame resi dence, modern, lot 76x142. N. 4th. (t.; terms. $1000 4-room house, lot 100x142, outbuildings, city water, near Uni versity; terms. $4000 9-room, 2-story brick, modern, West Central; $1,000 cash, balance 8 per cent. $4200 7-room, 2-story stucco finish residence; hot water heat, lot 76x 142, barns, chicken houses; close In; $1700 cash, balance 8 per cent. $2750 5-room, modern brick, lot 60x 142, corner, good shade; N. Second street, close in. $2000 B-room frame cottage, mod ern, good cellar, 4th ward, on car line. $3200 6-room brick, modern, hard wood lloors, fire place, corner lot, Highlands; $700 cash, balance ( per cent. MONEY TO ljt)S, EIRE INSIRANCE. A. FLEISCHER, 1 1 1 South Fourth Street. Phone H74. Next to New Postofflce HELP WANTED Male. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 210 V. Silver Phone 354 WANTED Mexican teamsters and laborers, $1.75, $2 and $2.25 a day; woman cook, $35 per month. WANTED A first-class baker at once at the French bakery. 202 East Central Ave. WANTED A man for ranch; married man preferred. Must be good milker F. E. Shelley, phone 1407K. COLBl'IlN'S KM PLOVMENT. Ill W. Silver. Tel. 498. P. O. Box 174. Wanted Good baker; good woman cook; small hotel; $45 per month TOGO EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. i Phone 647. All kinds of work, as cook housework, farm, railroad work, etc- 14 8. 2nd street. Albunueraue, HELP WANTED Female. WANTED Nurse glrL Apply 312 E. Coal. WANTED Girl for general house work. Call 823 W. Gold Ave. WANTED Girl for general hoube--work; no washing and Ironing. Ap ply 610 West Coal. WANTED Housekeopar for country, middle-aged lady to cook for four and take care of house, no objection to. lady with cne child. Wages $25. Address, Housekeeper, Morning Jour nal. WANTED Girl for general house work, family of two. Phone 627, 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock. WANTED Woman for geneiiil housework. Apply Mrs. Joi n F. Pearce. 718 West Central. WANTED Positions. WANTED Pleasant home with elder ly couple, light work. Salary nomi nal. Refined place. 8. I., Morning Journal. WANTED Two or tnre noura work In evening by experienced book keeper. A No. 1 references. II. care Journal. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN. tyfii . unch of keys; a Frirdbvrg Bros. tax. Return to thin of floe. Raincoat, between Induatruil school and Hill's ranch. Return to office and ret rrwsrrt. LOST OR STRAYED Brnmle bull pup. withont collar, Sundsy night Reward. Phone 131. ' ' STRAYED OR STOLEN A Brrel pony, (56 lls.; strap amend neck; shod on bark feet Branded D. U II.. oa right hip. Return to gaa plant acd reeeive rwr4 VETERINARY SCHOOLS A. t. VETERINARY folXKUK -gin Sept 16. No profession offers eoual oportunlty. Catalog free. C. K4ne. PretL, lilt Market Kt, Sn Franc'sro. FOR RENT Rooms with Board UKMand"Uirdra"tea til South Broadway. Pnon 124 U. MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912. Look At This! - Four-room house on car line, east front; a bargain at $700. $100 down, $15.00 per month. Porterf icld Co. FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS 216 West Gold Nice, level 6t, with east front, 70 feet on 13th street and a depth of 126 feet, for only '660; $10 cash and $10 per month will handle It, and It is just the place for m swell home. TnAXfON&CO., i 211 W.'Golcf Ave. Phono 657. NOTICE. Every property owners attention is called to the fact that Sawtelle & Hicks are In i psitfoV to ' do any and all classes of repair work. Phone 660. Office 211 W. Gold Ave. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. FOR SALE Pedigreed Boston Bull terrier puppies, 611 N. 6th. FOH SALE hatching SgH, while Pekin durks. L. B, Stephen. Univer sity Hill. Phone 1255. WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS. 15 eggs for II. H. H. Harrla. 610 8 fcrtitn Phone 781. FOR SALE; My driving horse, buggy, harness and robes. Ives, the Flor ist. FOR SALE Thoroughbred eggs, set ting hens and cockerels. Phone 151 0W. 413 South Broadway. FOR SALE Irish Water ripaniel pup pies, crossed with Sussex Spaniel. Dam and sire. Extra good water dogs, Prices $5.00 to li.00. 823 N. llth. FOH SALE Laying and setting hens. Thoroughbred B. P. Rocks and Black Minorca eggs for hatching, 6c each. Wm. Bletz. 413 West Atlantic avenue, phone 1483W. FOR SALE Baby chicks: Reds, Rocks, Orpingtons and Wyandottes. Twelve cents each, express prepaid. Send at once. S. D. Metzler, Lyndon, Kans. FOR SALE Anything you want In the horse line. Call on or address C. W. Hunter, at Oraham Bros.' saloon, or F. W. Shembeck. Club saloon, north Second street, EXTRA fine horse and buggy .for sale; price reasonable. Apply 120 S. Walter SU or phone 61C and , Ada M. Blttner. BABY CHiCKS ana eggs for hatching from & C. White, Brown and Buff Leghorn. M. Hunt, 611 South High Phone 121 1 J. Won 1 J1C I IBJ. "tn, mcr vmW w.. four first, one second t state fair, 1111. R. C. R. I. Reds, Mottled An conaa and It P. Rocks. Egg and chick for sale- L. E. Thomaa Box 111. 717 Fst Hsel1lne P O F.OG8 FOR HATCHING from the beat of laying atraln. $1.00 t r 1$ Black Minorca Barred Rock. 222 egg record. Single Comb Leghorn Rom and Single Comt X. I. Reds. White Plymouth Rocka, Buff Orping ton and Black Langsbans. All choice nd healthy. Visitor always welcome Inspection solicited. Phone 1I18R, Ideal Poultry Ranch. Old Albuquer- olie. BUSINESS CHANCES. g 1.2 b pKlt WoKI' ir. -nog o-;!ie., ad in 3. l-"!ti r.ip'-rs in in V. , Send I -r " te .ike Aur llmog Aer..-T. I- M-.in it. T -w 'i FOR SALE 'lie of the most profit able general Insurance agencies in the state. An unopposed field in a tap-dry growing town. Addrea "Rio," rare Jiwrnlng Journal SOMETHING GOOD SHORT ENDING" 1 -; FOR RENT Rooms. FOR RENT Furnished moms, mod ern: no sick. Apply 508 W Central FOR RENT Modern rooms. Rio Grande Hotel. 619 W. Central. FOH RENT Furnlstied rooms, mod ern. 218 S. Walter St. FOR RENT Furnished sleeping room; modern) on oar line. 120 South Edith street FOR RENT Neatly furnished room, suitable for two gentlemen. 606 S. Second Btreet. FOR RENT Nloely furntBhed from room, with board; home cooking. 202 north Edith St. FOH RENT Modern furnished room, with sleeping porch; board if desir ed. 421 West Copper. FOH RENT Nicely furnished Bleep Ing rooms with or without board Reasonable rates. Denver Hotel. FOR RENT Three nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping; moden 417 North Seventh street. FOR RENT Two rooms furnished for housekeeping, with use of barn Phone 9 44, 160(1 North Fourth. FOH RENT Modern liousekec-pllx rooms. Apply W. V, Futrelle, 5: South Second. FOR RENT Modern furnlsheo rooms also light nousekeepin rooms. State Hotel. 311 W. Con trul. FOR RENT Two furnished rootm for housekeeping; will take no sick nor children.. 622 West Lead avenue AMERICAN HOTEL 502 1-2 W. Central Rooms single, douhlo or ciiMiitc. day or week. REASONABLE PltH'I'SI Il FOR RENT Apartments. FOR RENT Opposite park, 8-rooni apartments, furnished or unfurnish ed. Steam heat, modern throughout, Paul Teutsch. 8, Grant building. FOH RENT Three rooms for IikIu housekeeping. 404 North Second street. FOR KENT Two furnished room for light housekeeping; $11 per month. 316 or 318 Soulh Fourth. FOR RENT Six i'ooiuh, modern apartment, gas range, sleeping porch; also modern 6-room cottage, shade trees, cellar, etc. Apply A. W. Anson, 816 N. 6th St. FOH RENT Modern furnished and housekeeping rooms, week or month. Westminster. Phon 1073 FOR RENT Dwellings. FOR RENT Four-room house, with bath. 410 West Lend avenue. FOR RENT Cheap, t room house modern convenience and big yard. 70S West Silver. FOH RENT Four room and bath. well furnished, all modern conven iences, to responsible partlea only. 116 N. Sixth St. FOR RENT Four-room modern house, furnished or unfurnished 616 East Cromwell. Apply to W. V, Futrelle, 602 South Second. FOR RENT Five-room, modern bungalow, well furnished In fine location. Call at No. 1224 West Cen tral avenue. TO RENT Woolsey bungalow, fur nished or unfurnished; reasonable rental. Apply II. B. J.. P. O. box 694, or Room 12, Stern building, city. FOR RENT ven-room, modern house, gas range, steam heat Cor ner Central and Walter. Apply 103 8 Walter. WANTED To rent my home. Seven large rooms; modern and nicely furnished; large sleeping porch, yard, and stable. Rent rheap. as am leav ing for Cslir Appjy6 1 6 W. Central. FOR RENT 414 S. Third St., brick, 7 room, modern, screened porches. Bleeping porch, window shade, range and water paid. Inquire Mrs. Tllton Bogh, 1911 N. Fourth St. or Otto Dleckmann. WANTED To Buy. WANTED Will buy small house about three rooms. Must be good lo cation and a bargain. Wl.'i pay cash. Address X X Journal. MEDICAL Hiiw i ri'REii MVsri.F of- rN SUMPTION." A booklet of price less value to Tubercular sufferer Absolutely free. Cha F. Aycock, "03 International Bank Rulldln. Eos An gele Try a Journal Want Ad. Results STORAGE. WANTED Planoa, household gooda. eto.. stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Phone 540,. una security warehouse & Improve ment Co. Offices: Rooms t and 4. Grant block, Third street and Central avenue. FOR SALE Real Estate. $5,000.00 to loan on real estate, In sums to suit. I-OR KALIv I Iftii-ii-Bcre ranch, all utfilt-r cultivation, on main ditch. will) new, modern frame Iioum-, liurn and hIuhIm, aliotit 4 allien on North t on rth street. Price S.I.IIOO.OO. A. MONTOYA, 108 S. Srd. FOR HALIC 5-room modern house; must be sold within 10 days. liar gain. Inquire W. O. Hopping, owner. 18 S. Edith. FORTY-ACRE FARM ON EASY TEH .VIS. All under dlti-h,, new house and barn. Part alfalfa, corn, wheat and garden. Eight miles out on good road. $3,250.00; small payment down, bal ance on time. John M. Moore Realty Co. FOR SALE Houses. For Sale A Cottage f Here Is a bargain. A four room strictly modern frame house, concrete foundation; near the (hops In the Highlands; on the street car line. An Idea health location. Payments same as rent Call at 914 So. Edith St. $500 WILL HANDLE a line W. Central Ave. Homo $100 DOWN $25.00 per month wo will build you an ideui Bungalow; you select your lot HOME REALTY CO., 402 W. Ce ntral. FOR SALE Bungalow ON EASV TERMS. New and up-to-date; six rooms. John M. Moore Realty Co. FOR SALE AT ONCE 14x14 tent house for the cost of lumber. Owner leaving town, Address Mrs. J, Bin mer, 1118 S. Walter or Phone 1040. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTED House building and gen eral job work. Barton Keller Phone 123 W. WANTED Dressmaking. Mrs. Helen Riierkle, 607 Soulh Walter. WANTED Painting, tinting, screen woik, neatly done at reasonable price and short notice. Box 1X6, city. WANTED Light house work; no washing or Ironing. Address Box 219. city. 1 W. A. C.OFF CARPET CLEANING. Phone bH, 205 K. (Vntrai Are. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. FOR SALE Good buggy 623 E. Central Ave. cheap. TYPEWRITERS for sale or rent Undrwood Typewriter Co., ill.. w Gold Ave. Phone 144. FOR SALE 100 Air Dome or lawn benches. W. V. Futrelle, Orpheuin theater. FOR SALE Cheap, liood Wlnion run-about with touring car body. A bargain for someone. R. L, Dod- son. Alntiniieroue Cycle a Arms cn FOR SALE Furniture. FOR SALE Refrigerator, first class condition. Capacity 50 lb, inquire mornings. rnn lenm nun-i. PERSONAL LADIES $1,000 reward; 1 positively guarantee my great successful monthly" remedy; safely relieve some of the longest roost ohsilnaie. abnormal cases In three to five days; no harm, pain or Interference with work; mall $1.50. Double Strength $2.00. tr. F. T. RoutMngton Remedy Co. Kensaa City. Mo. TRUNKS AND BAGS. Ft Ml It Kl.i A lll.K TRL NKS. Sl IT CASES and hand bags, go to the Albuquerque Trunk factory. Repair ing. Phone 4i3. 2 Soulh Peeend. Results from Journal Want Ads SEVEN 1 By "ft 0 ft" PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. It, W. D. BRYAN Attorney-at-Law. Office in First National Bank Bull lng, Albuquerque, N. M, WILSON LEWIS Altorneys-at-Law. Rooms 16-17-19 Cromwell Building Res. Phone 1522W : Offloe Fkon 117$. - t DENTISTS. DR. 4. E. KRAIT Dental Burgeon. Rooms t-t, Barnett Bldg. Phoo Tf Appolntmenia Mad by Mall. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. ATr7iUHTTlEirt li " """""" Practice Limited to Tubereuloala Hour to 11. 224 ti W Central At Over Walton' Drug Store. W. M.SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to Genito Urinary Diseases' and Diseases of the Skin. The Washerman n and Noguchi Testa Salvarsan "606" Administered, State National Bank Building. Albuquerque, New Mexico. UUI, E. WOO IMS. M. Physician and Surgeon Grant Building. Phone, Office 1121; Residence fkt)v JOSEPH 8. CI PES, U. D. Suit 1-8, Whiting bma ' Hour. 9-11 a. mn 2-4 p. in. J k , Phones Office llli Res. 688. DRS. TI LL AND BAKES Speclullat Eye, Ear, Nose(' Throat State Nat'l. Bank bldg. Phone 369. DR. E. W. HK HARDHON , . Physician and Surgeon, "TV" Suite 26, Armljo building..'; Residence phone 834; Offloe phone 114 Bit MARGARET G. CARTW1UOHT DlHefttfrs of Women and Children, office 'phone 671; Horn. 101$ Hours 10 to 12 a. m $ to 4 p m STERN BLOCK. Suit 18-1 W. B. PATTERSON, M. 1). Disease of Women and Obstetric Kent Bldg. Phone 1166. SOLOMON L. BURTON, M. !.. Physician and Burgeon. Suit I Barnett Hht MUSIC TEACHERS. Piano Lessons. Mrn. Helen llucrklo, 607 South Walter Will cull at homes. ACCOUNTANTS. IL V. ROBERTSON COMPANY Accountants, Auditor and Systemlzer. Amarillo, Texas. Albuquerque, N. It. Hl 311. Box 670 HOUSE CLEANERS. THE Acme House & Window Clean ing Co. Order promptly attended. satisfaction guaranteed; w sweep chimney. Office, 21 West Silver. Phone 294. NOW IS THE SEASON TO CT7KK VOI R RIIEl MAT1SM. WANTED Passenger for th fam ous hot spring of Jernex. N. M. Th stage leaves Albuquerque P. O. dally except Sunday at 6 a. m. For rata or any other information call either Phone 1206W or 768 or writ to Gavlno Garcia. Prop., p, O. Bog 14, Albuquerque. N. M. SANTA FE TIME TABLE. Mtecuve January M. Ilia. Wenthoand. Arrive ii Exprea . . 7:20p No I, CaL Limited .10: 66a No. 7 Mex.-CaU Exp .l:lp No. CaL Fast Mail .11:590 Daparu i:l Ui6 ll;4( :46 No. It D Lux Thursday only 1:15 Kaotboaad. No. t Tour. Exp. I:t(p No. 4 Limited l lio 4:t T:l$r it" :! No. East Exp 6:ttp No. 1 Overland Exp . 6:0a No. 20 De Lux Wednes day en It :Mp $1 Pa -a. ... Met Exp ..II lee Vu. ll F.I Pso Pan I III No. lt K C. Chi Vn til K. C Chi tc RnNWrU, rtorla a SMI AmstrtUu. No 111 Pecoe VaL Bsp. T . No. Ill Aafeaq Bxp.. . .I ll T. 4. JOHSSOX. Agrmt, is