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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1912.
SEVEN IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL Th JJoTuurmisil : WaiM ' Commas N The Future Sport The airship is a thing achieved; it has its rightful placets well as any autocart that ever ran a race. The farmer, in the coming years, when eggs to town he brings, will flop along above the trees, upon his rusty wings. The doctor, when he has a call, from patients far or near, will quickly strap his pinions on, and hit the atmosphere. And airship racing then will be the sport to please the crowds; there'll be racecourses overhead, and grand stsnds in the clouds. The umpire, on his patent wings, will hover here and there; the fans, with rented parachutes, will prance along the air; the joyous shrieks of flying sports will keep the welkin hot, and soaring cops will fciithely chase the scorching aefonaut. We'll sopn be living overhead, our (families and all; and then we'll only need the earth to land on when we falL Copjrrlght . by George Matthew Adams, WEATHER BUREAU .Chief Willis L, Moore of Wash- ington Makes This Prediction in Address Before Royal In stitution in London, (Or Morning Journal Special IhiM London, June, 1. Pro!. Willis " L. Moore, chief of the United Stales weather bureau, delivered the? first fit a serieg of lectures before the Royal Institution In Londay today. He predicted that the time would come when the weather -bureau would have the added responsibility ,of mapping daily air routes for pas senger-carrying aeroplanes; ana inti mated a belief that the dream of the meteorologist of forecasting the char acter of coming seasons might be realized. iHe said, in part: "By the use of cinematography (photographing of moving objects) we are Justified In believing that at mospheric phenomena 60 to 150 miles above sea level are now coming with in the reach of accurate meteorologi cal observation and calculation. We shall in the neHr future have a more intimate knowledge of tne complex operations of nature In these high al titudes than we have today. "Aviation is largely indebted to me teorology for its existence. The aero plane is but the kite of the meteorolo. (fist with power and rudder attached, and the art of aerial navigation and that of weather forecasting will be closer allied in the future than they have been In the past. In fact, the making of such navigation commer cially possible may depend more upon the meterologlst than upon the con structing engineer. I forecast the fu - lure when I say that the time may , come when many 6f the 200 stationb or me united States weatner Dureau and those of other weather service will be equipped with aviators and Hying machines. The kite on windy days and the aeroplane on quiet a.v will curry-instruments aloft aud bring back the prtaauro temperature and ui- rection and fore, of the wind; wnicn, nen telegraphed to the central omce wm enable the forecaster to con struct a weather map on, say, the 2 mlle level will en.ihle him to plot the horlrontal distribution of presure and temperature gradients up In the free air where the energy of the storm must be the most intense, and, what Is of the greatest importance to th pilots of air craft, to determine the regkns of unstable equilibrium, whern gradients quickly reverse and swirls are frequent; and finally, by compar ing the weather chart of the high level with the one of sea letfel, to map out the vertical gradients of presxurt nd temperature. Then the central nieterological office may lsue more danger warnings to air craft than to Water craft. If tin wild fllaht of fancy to assume that In the near fu ture the weather forecaster will dailv ay out the routes of the ships of the "r; when, fnr Ini'nnrp (here shall fly from the roof of every weather sta ""n a fair way signal, one that ad vises caution, or one that peremptor ily orders all craft to come down and be tied up; when, for Instance, the forecast for the United States shall Jy thai the way Is clear for all craft 'rom the south and east bound for "hit-ago. but that everything from the ijiaiiraippl westward will be wrecked It flies, and should await further dvlcea. u "The geographic poles are attained. "n's future most interesting, haxard- and fruitful regions of exploration "d research will be the high air and the deep earth. These field present "trancing possibilities. "The placing of passengers in) alum Mum rases, carrying them utwsr on aeroplanes to the eastward drift an he storm stratum and shooting them rom America over to Europe between breakfast and afternoon tea Is not so "nrt-rfirt-i perfermiswe as the end g of an aerogram arms the Fnglish ehanney, the transmitting of the ho J"n voire ever a metallic circuit or ,n reproduction of words that were ered by tips since- closed in death live In aa age of science and In eUoa rather thu in one of litera and art: tin one Tn foreenst the utcom of an hour. The Impossible 1L BE MAPPING AERIAL ROUTES" By WALT MASON Uva4 of yesterday is the commonplace of today. "It has long been the dream of the meteorologist thnt some day we might forecast the character of the coming seasons. What a wonderful conscrva tion if human energy would result il it were possible to foretell the amount of precipitation over the greut cereal plalna of the world and the fruit growing Valleys, and the degree of heat or cold. Seed and labor might be saved In unprolitable years, and greater energy put forth when nature vvun bountiful. In the United States we have reached the period when it Is possible to successfully forecast the character of the weather for tho coining week." The professor described the inter nntionsil weather chart, tho data for which ia collected each morning in Washington from the entire northern heminpherc, and predicted thnt by the further study of the distribution of air pressure around the world It might be possible within the next decade t foresee with a reasonable degree of accuracy the character of the weather for a month in advnnce. . . POINTERS FOR THE ' MOTORIST CARRYING SPARE VALVE PARTS It is always a good plan to carry a package of extra valve parts such as valve Insi'les, valve cans, washers and dust caps. Bays the Mlchelln tire ex pert. These can be bought for a few cents and are at times Invaluable. The small rubber tipped valve inside, which Is really the valve proper, sometimes leaks when old. It can be screwed out readily by Inverting' and Inserting the notched valve cap and using It like a screw driver. When the valve In side Is removed It Is only the work of a moment to fit a new one. A leaky tire valve is sometimes re sponsible for a fault blamed on a "slow puncture." When jumping up a tire f the pump handle comes up of Itself after pushing down on the In flation stroke a leaky tire valve may be looked for. If tho motorist carries a spare set of valve parts he Is all right, but not so his less thoughtful neighbor who left his in the garage! The motorist early In the season should provide himself with a good tire repair kit Including a supply of Mastic, a can of cement of good qual ity, some inner tube patches In as sorted slses and a blow out or Inside i envelope patch. . The red inner tube patches re generally conceded best. Those of pure para rubber, not con taining fabric, the edges of which are beveled are to be recommended. CHINESE LOAN WILL BE, NEGOTIATED Washington June 1.. Although re luctant to discuss details of the ne gotiations for the $50,000,000 loan by reDreaenativea of the six powers to China In' advance of n conclusion, state department officials today ad mitted that there were Indications that the hitch due to the objections advanced by Russia and Japan win about to be overcome and that both of these countries would Join th other powers in the consummation of the loan. LEGAL NOTICE. INFORMAL PROPOSALS FOR ADORE SCHOOL PLANTS at Cochitl and Santa Clara Indian pueblos, and installation of water and sewer sys tems for same places, addressed to the underslgnrd. will be received at the of fice of the Santa Fe Indian school un til 2 o'clock, June 8th, for furnishing the material and labor for the eree tlon of one adobe school house. with teacher's quarters at Cohltl. and two outbuildings at some place; and one school house and one rottaue for teacher's quarters at Panta Clara; In strict acoerdance with the plens and specifications, which mar be examin ed at the office of the Santa Fe Indian school, and at the office of the Jour nal, Albuquerque, N. M. Certified check for S per cent of the amount of proposal rhoold accompany bids. For further information applr ,r" superintendent of the Santa Fe Indian school, Saota Fe, N. M. IL F. COGGESHAU fuperinteadeat. May :-2-Jl; June 1-t- PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS A " ' L ' MOXEV to r.o.ix on furuUure. planus, organs, horses, wagons and other chattels; also on salaries and warehouse receipts; as low us JlU.Ort and as high as J 180.00. Loans me utiicUly made mid strictly private. Time one month to one year given. Goods to rernuin tu your pos sesion, our- iBies ar- reasonable i 'all and e us before borrowing. Steamship tickets "to and from all parts cf the wi rid. PRIVATE ! r-ICf:.tt Open evenjngs, THE SI.IIOl.l) l,OAN CO., Rooms 3 and 1, f.ivinl I Julldintt. ao:t"j Him rintiui .tm ' FOR SALE. 12600 5-rootn brick, modern, corner, good nindi-., N. 2nd. Si., close In. $3700 o-roum nuidein' bungalow, lot 71x150, lawn, trees, N. lllh St. $4000 -ll-ruom, 2-story frame resi dence, nioUciu, lot 75x142, N. 4th. tt.i terms. 11000 4-ror.ni ' house, Jul 100x142, outbuildings, city wulor. nuar Uni versity; terms. . , $4000 y-ruoiii, 4-story brick, modern. West Central; ll.OuO cash, balanoe t per cent. - $4200 (-room, 2-story stucco finish residence; hut water heal, lot 76x 14 2, barns, chicken houses; close In; $1(00 cash, baluncu 8 pel cent. $3200 G-roum tiiick, modern, hard wood Hoors, tire place, corner lot, Higulanus; $700 cash, balance 8 per cent. MOXEV TO UAN. FIRE INSURANCE. A. FLEISCHER, 1 1 1 South Fourth Street. Phone 674. Next to New Postnffire . WANTED Agents. W4NTED Women agents to handle patented article that every woman needs. 100 per cent profit. Sells on sight. Write today. Indicator Agency, Douglas, Arizona. AGENTS muking $10 daily selling "Titanic Disaster' book and "Roosevelt and His Policies." Prices $1 and $1.50; 60 per cent commission; 60 per cent to general agents; freight paid; credit given; outtlts free. In ternational Hible House, Dept. P, Perry Bldg., Philadelphia. AGENTS WONPERFUL. OVPOIl- tunity; act quick; sell "Ambrew Concentrated Beer Extracts; makes real genuine Intoxicating beer; right at home, by adding water; saves 100 per cent brewers price; not near beer; not substitute but real lager beer; no liquor license required; small pack age; carry wees, s supply; aeuver as you. sell. "Ambrew" Is the concen trated Ingredients of real lager beer; same material used by all brewers for brewing the best beer; big seller; enormous demand; large profits; Just send postal; we'll show you how to make money quick. American Pro ducts Co., Dept. 2246, Cincinnati, O. WANTED Salesmen. CAPABLE salesman to cover New Mexico with staple line; high com mixsions; $100 monthly advance und permanent position to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich. WANTED Saleman to sell the best health and accident policy; tood contract to right party. Call 211 West Gold avenue. RAI.KHM KM to call on erocers. con fectloners, general stores; $150 monthly and expenses; yearly con tract. Manager, 17 South Main street St. Louis, Mo. FOR RENTMjscelrlanepus' FOR RENT Underwood typewriter; reasonable rate. Address L. R. C, Journal office. H ELP WANTED Male. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. S10 W. Silver Phone 154 WANTED Mexican teamsters nd laborers, $1.75, $t and $2.25 a day; waitresses; girl for housework. WANTED A good milker. Apply Matthew Dairy Co., 1700 North Fourth street. . WANTED Meat cutter. ter s grocery. Hurfh Trot- WANTKD Experienced general mer chandise man with best of refer ences, to go to work at once. Must speak Spanish. Inquire Journal of fice. "THERE'S money in s lliim our Yukl . ma grown, hnrdy, guaranteed siocK. Outfit free; ensh weekly; steady work. Yakima Valley Nursery Company, Toppcnlsh, Wash. WANTED Bookkeeper who knows how to keep books. Apply in own hundwrltlng. P. O. box 40. city. WANTED Urocery ana hardware clerk for Inland country town. MuM speak and understand Spanish well and handle native trade. Give particu lars of past employment and salary eipcted. Box 11, Journal. - CXILBl'KNTS EMPLOYMENT. Ill W. Silver. Tel. 488. P. O. P.ox 174. Wanted Teamsters, laborers, brick molders, woman cook and waitress. HELP WANTED Female. WANTED Woman to Iron; work. 821 toiith Arno. steady WANTED Girl to do housework, amnil family, hours 7 a. m. to 1 p. m. Cull between 1 end I p. m. tix'iiy. 817 North Fourth St WANTED A good girl for general housework; must be a good cook. Mrs. M. W. Flournoy. 100 8. Arno. FOR RENT Rooms with Board ROOM anal board: rates $1 per day. Sit Smttl srnelwar. Phw 1tJ. WANTED To Buy. WANTKD To buy, one or two elec tric fans, state price. P. O. Vox 144. my. WANTED Flnrt class 1217 North Fifth St. Jersey cow. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results "I""' J-.l I Ml I , . ' I' LOOK AT THIS. A six-room modrn house In first class condition only three blocks from depot. This Is tho best barguin In Albuquerque for $2,600. Porterfield Co. FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS 216 West Gold FOR SALE Two coiner lota on North Eleventh street, for only $850.00. These lots are worth $1,000,00 and aro worthy of your attention. Terms CukIi. THAXT0N & CO., 211 W. Gold Ave, Phone IS7. Sawtelle & Hicks General Contrnt'tnrs. We are in position to do any and all kinds of shop and repair work and guarantee that our prices and wcrk will please you. Phone 660. Office 211 W. Gold Ave. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. FOR BALE Shetland pony, cart and harness. Apply Felix II. Lester. FOH SALE Fresh Jersey cow. lit West Mountain road. FOR SALE Team, harnesH, WHgun, buggy and two colts. 405 S. Firnt. FOR 8ALE-Fresh Jersey cow. O. B. Clark. Phon 14fl!!M. FOR SALE Horse, buggy and har- ness. J. D. Clark.Phone 1568 J U. N. M. WHITE PLYMOUTH RUCKS, 16 eggs for $1. H. H.' Harris, 610 S. Edith. Phone 783. FOR SALE Young duck fries. L. II. Stephen, University Hill. Phone 1265. ... ... FOR BALK Uehile horse, buggy. harness, saddle;- oleander trees. Call 2! 4 NT. Sevent Fhone-680. FOH SALE Acclimated Missouri Mammoth Jacks, 2 years old and upwards, $300 to $1,500 each. It takes from one to two years to acclimate jacks brought from the states. James D. Hand, Los Alamos, N. M. FOR SALE Thoroughbred fgg: set ting nen and cockerels. Phone 1610W. 411 South Broadway. FOR SALE EnKliBh Bull pups. Male $10.00, female $3.00. Inquire 1801 South Arno. FOR SALE Kulltr-tlre carriage; bat ness; etulo hay mare, weight 1S50 lbs.; work single or double. Wright's Curio Store, Third and Gold EXTRA fine horse and buggy for sale; price reasonable. Apply 120 8. Walter St., or phone 614 and . Ada M. Bittnsr. . THEY lay, they win, they pay. Won four firsts, one second at state fair. 1911. R. C. R. I. Reds, Mottled An cons and B. P. Hocks. Eggs and chicks for sale. L. E. Thomas. P. O. 3ox 111, 717 East Haseldlne F.IJOS FOR HATCHING from the best of laying strain; $1.00 for 1J Black Mlnorcas. Barred - Rocks; 222 egg record: Single Comb Leghorn Rose and Single Comb R. I. Reds, White Plymouth Rocks, Buff Orplng tons and Black Langshans. All choice and healthy. Visitors always welcome, Inspection solicited. Phone 1398R, Ideal Poultry Ranch, Old Albuquer que. ' WANTED To Trade. cjutfj-rijij-rryi r-.. 1 . i Good modern 6-room home in Riv erside, Cal., for ranch near Albu querque. Suburban home and 4 acres of (rennrd one mile from Santa Cru, Cal., for modern home in Albuquer que. One hundred and sixty-acre farm In Entancla valley for Albuquerque property. JOHN M. MOOBE REALTY CO. BUSINESS CHANCES. $1.26 PER Worn.' inserting classified ada In 3s leading paper in th C. . Send for Hsu The Daks Adver Using Agency, 4i3 Main Mt.. Los An veins, or 1 2 Gesrv St.. m Frsn-'wo FKU KALE The It. C. Kuhns room ing houae, doing big business hut must sell account sick leas. AddreM C. C. Stubhs, Helen. New Mexicot for ps rtlcula n. FVR SALE l.uroWr and building j material yerd in thriving New Mex ico town. Doing good business. Ren- in4l fur sale, other Interests demand my time. Addrees J. It., Journal office. FOR KALE: A nice business. Goods shipped over state. Price $758. Bus iness, Journal offce. PATENTS aocured or fee returned; end sketch for free report ss to patent ability; guide hook and list of Inventions wanted se free: 3I.4. offered for one Invention: patents advertise free. Vh-tor J: Evans Co.. 3 Washington. P. C. $2 is. 04 will secure control of a con fectionery stand, together with well established agen-y business, situated at 624 W. Central. I'nsurpassed oppor tunity fer a married rouple er con genial partners. Owners atala of health reason for selling. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results FOR RENT Rooms. FOR RENT Furnished rooms l mod erns no alolc. Apply t08j W Central. FOR . KENT Modern rooms. Grande Hotel. Bl W. Central. Rio FOR RENT trn. 218 8 -Furnished rooms, moii Walter St. FURNISHED front porch; separate Edith. room; sleeping entrance. 625 S. FOH RENT Nlueiy furnished froiit room with board, home cooking. 202 N. Edith. Foil RENT Housekeeping rooms in bungalow. Phone 1502 W. FOR REN'." Two 420 Santa Te, furnished rooms. FOR RENT Large front room, lur nlshed; suitable for two or more gentlemen. 415 N. Second. Phone 478,. FOR RENT Three large, cool and airy rooms, with sleeping porch. Nlcsly furnished for housekeeping; modern. 814 W. Coal aveuen. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front i room; private entrance; bath; no 'sickness. 720 New York avenue. FOR RENT S or 4 furnished rooms in cottage; 2 big porches; modern; cheap. 414 South Edith. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms fur housekeeping; will take no sick nor children. 622 West Lead avenue. AMERICAN HOTEL B03 1-2 W. Central Rooms single, double or eusulte. tlay or week. RKASONAIHJO PHICE8I By FOR RENT Apartments. i.'int RENT UDooslts Dark. 8-room . apartments', .furnished or unfurnish ed. Steam hesx modern throughout. Paul Tsutsch. 8,'Grant building. ; eOR RENT Thre rooms for liglit housekeeping. 404 North Second street. FOR RENT Modem furuished aim housekeeping rooms, week oi month. Westminster. Phone 10TS ' FOR RENT Furnished suite on ground floor to healthy people only. 512 North Second St. FOR RENT Newly furnished front rooms: convenient to business. 412 North Sacond St. FOR RENT Six rooms, model i apartment, gas range, sleeping porch; also 'modern 8-room cottage shad trees, cellar, eto.1 Apply A. W Anson, 816 N. 5th St. FOR RENT Dwellings. . FOR RENT Cheap, room houn ' modern convenience- and btl yard 708 West Silver, FOR RENT Tnree-rooiu fui'uihd house. B16 N, Eighth St. FOR RENT 1. 2, 4 3, 4-room fur nished or unfurnished houses, W. V. Futrelle, 604 South Second St. FOR RENT Three-room 1'urniHhei) cottage, cheap for summer; parties going east. 822 S. Walter. ' ' FOR RENT furnlshed. -Three-room tent house 1018 South Walfr, . FOR RENT Four rooms and bath, well furnished, all modem conven iences, to responsible parties only. 116 N. Sixth St. FOR RENT 4. 5, 7 and 8-room modern houses; close In. W. H. Me Million, 215 W. Quid. FOR RENT $7.00. Little two-room house, furnished for housekeeping city wilier. I ru ne 666. Foil RENT Two-room furnished cottage, with screen porch, within 2 blocks of car line. Apply 810 S. Walter. FOR RENT Furnished cottage; sleeping porch. $12.60. 1204 South Edith. FOR RENT Five-room, modern bungalow, well furnished in fine location. Call at No. 1224 Weat Cen tral avenue. FOR RENT 8-room modern house with two large sleeping porches, No 609 West Gold; cement cellar; hot water heat. Dr. U. It. earns, urani building. FOR RENT. Modern five-room house Highlands, corner lot. graaea streets, scremieu porches for sleeping, congenial neigh bors. Inquire eis a. mgn u rnun. 1131. FOR RENT Four-room brick, batn, gas range, completely furnished. Close In. Summer rates. Inquire Tha Leader, 808-311 W. Central FOR RKNT Three-room frame, with four-acre fruit orchard, chicken houses, barn, cellar. A. Schlndler, one block southeast of sawmill. Phone 1295. FOR RENT 414 S. Third St.. brick. 7 rooms, modern, screened porches. sleeping porch, window shades, rang and water paid. Inquire Mrs. Tilton- Bosh. 1011 N. Fourth B- or Otto Dleckmann. WANTED Positions. POSITION by competent office mKn; good knowledge of Spenlsh; first class references.- A. J.. Journal. EXPERIENCED bookkeeper; best reference; able to do stenographic work also; will commence work at moderate salary; city or country. Box 12, Journal; FOR SALE Furniture, L FOR SALE First class piano. 218 N. 4th St- Phone 148-W. MONEY TO LOAN. ...vr;! l LOAN on n.l real estate. $.-,oe to $2,&d. W. H. MeM.lllon. (IS W. Gold. WANTED Money. WA.'TEI-To borrow $1,000 on high clsse real estate security. Ad drera 8, Morning Journal. $600, 8 mortgage st face value. In terest snd principal being paid monthly. V. Journal. STORAGE. WANTED Pianos, household goods. etc- stored safely at reasons ois rates. Advances mads. Fhone 640,. The Security Warehouse 4k Improve ment Co. Offices: Rooms 1 and 4, Grant block, Third atreet and Central avenue. FOR SALE Real Estate. . $5,000.00 to loan on real estate. In urns to suit FOR BALK FIfteen-aore ranch, all antler cultivation, on main ditch, with new, modern frame house, barn and sheds, about 4 miles oa North Fourth street. I'rice (3,900.00. A. MONTOYA, 10S 8. Srd. FOR SALE-6 1-2 acres good land, renceci ana s-room aaoos nouse outbuildings. All under cultivation at Candelarla. Address John Stewart, Los Qt legos, N. M. FOR SALE Lots lit Etistern addi tion; $m0 each, $5 down and $5 a month, W. P. Metcalf, Sat tiold sve. FOR SALE By owner, 20-acre ranch, close In on North Fourth St., ccid house, burn, Incubator house, brood er house, milk house, best chicken house and pens In the valley; good garden, a I ful fa and bearing frull trees; biff work team, three Al milch cows, hogs, chickens and turkeys; wngon, harness, farm Implements, all new. Will soli all together. Good price for quick sale, Onod reason fur sell ing. Cull phone 1550R, today. FOR SALE Houses. WVSrWwVWkVVVVVSrWWVSrVwVV $500 WILL HANDLE fine W. Central Avo. Home $100 DOWN $28.00 Per month we will build you an Ideal Bungslow; you select your lot. HOME REALTY CO., 403 W. Central. FOR SALE Elegant modern new bungalow, cheap, at 608 N. 11th St. Ownor leaving the city. FOR SALE 828 Forester M odern bungalow, nearly new, six rooms, two screened porches. Easy terms. J. O. Beth, phone 267. ' FOR SALE -Modern 6-room cotbiue furnished, chenp. $2,100. Henp chenp. W. H. McMllllon, 21 fi W Quid. FOR SALE A bargain. 7-room mod ern house; corner, $2,200. W. H. McMllllon. 215 W. Gold. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. FOR 618 SALE Good buggy E. Central Ave. cheap. I'tdi bALE Cuiup ouliil, cprlng wagnn, harness, tent, etc, 18ui WeHtMountain rond. TVl'KWiUTERS for sale or rent, . Underwood Typewriter Co., 321 W. Gold avenue. Phone 144. Ft) f SALE tJprlKhtplam ; good "as new. Chenp. Adilrey.a A.. Jiuirnn I, . FOH SALE An almost new motor cycle1, In first class condition. A bur gain If taken at once. Apply 633 S. Broadway, FOR SALIC At once. Ore hauling outfit, consisting of 13 horses, 6 wagons, harness, Ujlacksmllh outfit, etc., at present doing a monthly busi ness of $1,000.00 hauling ore from mines to Kelly switch. Must be sold soon to settle estate, R. A. Lewis, K C. Lewis, administrators, Kelly, N. M FOR SALE Cheap. Good Win ton run-about, with touring car body, A bargain for someone. R. L. Dod on. Albuquerque Cycle A Arms Co. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTED House building and gen eral Inb work. Barton Keller. Phone 1292W. WANTED Painting, tinting, screen work, neatly done at reasonable prlre and short notice. Box 186. city. I I1CY AND SKIJi. New and second hand clothes. shoe and furniture: also rent full dress suits. Phone 462. 40R fl. Fl'et. WANTED Two stallions, weight about 1,200 lbs. Coach preferred. State age, weight and breed. P. T Ixinergnn, supt. Pueblo Indian Agency. DESK room fur rent, with t:se of phone. Swan Realty Co., 211 West Gold. . WANTED -Graduate nurse will act as housekeeper to party of healthseek- ers; preferably men; engagement to last four or six months. B. M. J., this office. W. A. GOFF CARPET CLEANING Phone tM, 205 1- Centre! Ave. PERSONAL ANY Intelligent person may earn steady Income corresponding for newspapers; experience unnetessnry. Address Press Correspondence Bu reau, wssnington, u. tj. LADIES $1,000 reward; I positively guarantee my great successful "monthly" remedy; safely relieves some of the longest, most obstinate, bnormul fuses In three to five days; no harm, pain or interference witn work; mail $1.50. Double Strength $2.00. Dr. F. T. Southlngton Remedy Co Kansas City, Mo. LOST. LOST Between First and Second on Gold avenue, about 14 o'clock p. m., a gold watch and fob. Flmur leave at this nfftre. Reward. 1ST A black ribbon fob, with small gold bell. Return to this on lee. Rewsrd I KT Yesterilay afternoon between Journal office and Klks iera house a turquoise pendant earring. Return to Journal office. WANTED Boarders. WANTED Table boarders. 124 N. Eighth. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS K. W. V. BRYAN ' . Attornoy-st-Iaw. . . Offlcs In First National Bank Boil In tf, Albuquerque, Si. Mf. WILSON LEWIS Attorneys-at-Law. Rooms 1. 17-19 Cromwell ' Bulld'aft Res. Phone 1&1IW ; Of floe Phone 1172. DENTISTS. OR. J. E. KltAtfT Dental Surgeon, Rooms 2-8. IJarnett Bid. Phone 744 Appointment Made by Mall. J f M T blUl AlMji AND dUnUCUNd. A. O. SHORTER M. D. ' Practice Limited to Tuberculostg. Hours t to 11. 224 H W. Central Ave, Over Walton's Drug Store, W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Praotioa Limited to Gcnito Urinary Diseases and Diseases of the Skin. The Wassermann and Nogucht Taste Salvarsan "eoe" Administered, ' State National Bank Building, " Albuquerque, New Mexico, UEO. E. WOODS. M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Grant Building. Phone. Office 1131; Residence liim JOSEPH 8. CIPKS, M. P. . Suits 1-3, Whiting Bide Hours, -n a. m., 2-4 p. m., 7-1 p. as. Phones Office 111V; He, sun. 1RS. Tl LL HAKES, Specialists Eyo, Ear, Noun, Throat, State National Hnnk Lldg. I'lioue 3(10. mi. K, W. IUCU YRDSON Physician and Surgeon. Suite 24, Armljo building. Resldonoe phone 834; Office phone 884 W. II. PATTERSON, M. D. Diseases of Women and Obstetric Kant Bldg. Phon 1116. ' SOLOMON U BURTON, M. D . - Physician and Burgeon. 9ut Barnett Bid PROFESSION AL N URSsT" Graduate Nurse and Masseuse Treatment At Your Homo, 115 N. Hill St. Phone 1S16J. ACCOUNTANTS II. V. KOBERTSON COMPANY Accountants, Auditor and Svstemlznra - Amarillo, Texas. Albuquerque, N. If. ' i. Box 676. DRESSMAKING. Mrs. M. T. McLaughlin, DRESSMAKING PARLORS. Santa Fe Tultor Shop. Phone 1002. 315 8. First, VETERINARY SCHOOLS B. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE be gin Sept. 16. No profession offer equal opportunity. Catalog free, C Keane, Pres., 1818 Market St., Ban Francisco, TRUNKS AND BAGS. FOR RELIABLE TRUNKS, 8UIT CASES and hand bags, go to th Albuquerque Trunk factory. Repair ing. Phone 423. 208 Smith Second. MEDICAL. ilKVV I C11HKU Mi SELF OK CON. SUMPTION" A booklet of price less value to tubercular sufferers. Ab solutely free. Chns. F, Avuock, 701 Internntlonal Bunk Bldg.. Lus Angeles. MANICURIST. Mrs. C. O. 614 N. th St. Rite. Telephone 1285, NOW IS THE SEASON TO CURB YOl'U RHEUMATISM. , WANTED Passenger for the fam- ou hot springs of Jemes. N. M. The stag leaves Albuquerque P. O. dally except Sundays at 6 a. m. For rate er any other information call either Phone 1206W or 768 or writ to Gavlno Garcia, Prop.. P. O. Box 14, Albuquerque. N. M. SANTA FE TIME TABLE. Effective January tu, Itlt. Westbound Arrive Depart No. No. No. No, 1 Cal Express ... 7:20t 1:14a t. Cal. Limited ...10:6t T Mt)X.-Cal. Exp ,.14:10p CaL Fast Mall ,.ll:60p 1 4 D Lux Thursday 11:18 ll:ip 12:46a 1:46a No. only 1:15 Eastbonnd. No. t Tour. Exp. 1:8 5p No. 4 Limited 6:$6p :tp :66p T:36 1:86a 14 No. 8 East Ex a. ..... 4:6Sp No. 14 Overland Exp. . 1:00a No. 24 D Lex Wednes day only :04p 11 laao Trala. No. 86$ Mex. Exp lt:4 Nu, 816 El Paso Pass. 1:34a No. 810 K. C. Chi. 4:44a No. 114 K. C 4 ChL 4:84p RoewHI. Clon and Araarttta. No. Ill Peco VsL Exp. T:M Na. Ill Aaban Kxp....416a T. J. JOIIXSOX, Airnt,