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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY. JULY 4. 1912.
' SEVEN SCOOP, the Cub Reporter. 'TWAS THE ED'S OWN IDEA LET HIM WRITE THE SAD DETAILS. By "HOP." SCOOPTHIS FOORTVTSJ IS SO SAFE AND SNE- i NO GrOOOS-TOfcY WILL. Break - soppos&You . MAVC AtS ACCtDElST i THIS FiRfeCRACWEliA V up , Yoo MWT SM THAT iM vu to twie-F- y I 1 as .iw y .-r A vysApiif-;-- ';(V:rYJ BUT r WAS a xCCrr. DEMI N G OFFICER ROPES DEMENTED MEXICAN Armed with Bayonet, Half Crazed Laborer Puts Up Live ly Fight; Finally Subdued and Placed in Jail. The JonarimaB Waunit Colonnimis IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL ISnwInt Corre.ponrtrnrfi In Morning Jonrnnl Doming, N. .M., July 3. A dement ed Mexican i. ml tin- local officers hull n very lively time Monday evening shortly after sundown. Marshal Mc Donald received word that a bad Mexican was wandering around In the neighborhood nf tin' Crystal tin nier. When In- arrivi'd hi' foil ml the Mexican hail an instrument of some kind in Ills hand. McDonald, believ ing that pence could lie restored with- out Mrarms appeared without any thing for defense. Tim Mi'Xiran walk ed over towards tin; Snyder jewelry store where he attacked the officer. Rcing wllhuut arms the latter picked iii a snuill stone and struck the Mex ican, who in turn ran Into Hut house occupied by the chemical engine. The olTicer then first learned that the Mexican was armed with a layrnnt. Assistance was procured and the Mex ican was lassoed and taken to Jail. The bayonet carried by the Mexican hears the dale of 1x14. William Kealy left Tuesday for his former home at Dunlap, Kansas, lie has been connected with the sheriff's office and employed by the Southern I'seilie company for several months. The regular Santa Fe passenger train that on mo in yesterday morning consisted of ten cars. Two engines pulled ihe train. The surplus cars arcj to be used tor the. excursion to Hur ley and Silver City tomorrow. Frank Wyman returned to the mines south of Gage Monday morn ' inn. The Lester apartment house and the Park hotel on Silver avenue, will be really for occupancy by the llrst of August. Hlds are being received by the post office department, for a tri weekly mall service between Waterloo and Kerning. The Doming baseball team returned Monday evening from Silver City and Fort Hayard. A game was played Sunday between Doming and Fort Hayard, the score being 4 to 3, in fa vor of Fort Bayard. A game was played Monday with Silver City. The game was called on account of the home team having to catch the even ing train. The score was 11 to 11. W. V. Coons returned lo his homo at Hay, Arizona, Monday. T. W. Webb lift Monday for a three-months' vacation at Mamoulh Cave, Kentucky. 11. (1. Hush made a (lying business trip lo l.ordshurg Monday. Dr. Hickelts, of Cananea, Mexico, and C. K. Mills, of Morenci, Arizona, were transacting business al Doming Monday. Mrs, X. A. It.. lit h and daughter Kslher reiuined Monday from Hus ton, where Miss Holich had been at tending school for the past year. (I. C. 'Wilson, a prominent cattle man, of I.onlsburg, was transacting business at Homing Monday and Tuesday. James Hannigan and John l'urcell li ft Monday for ,us Vegas to attend the tight on the Fourth. A new one thousand dollar electric piano Is being installed at the parlors of the Leras candy company on Colli avenue. J. C. Hostlck has opened up, on Silver avenue, a wholesale and retail hay am grain depot. All of the machinery of the Ileming laundry is being moved into the new building recently constructed on Hail road avenue. Cenoral Superlnlondent J. M. Kurn. of La Junta, Colo., and Divi Nlon Superintendent F. 10. Summers arrived here at nn early hour. FOR SALE. CARD SIGNS FOR SALE. The Journal now has a full assort ment of Card Signs on hand. You can certainly find what you want In the following list: "Furnished Rooms for Rent," "Unfurnished Rooms for Rcni," "For Rent," "For Sale," "Rooms for Rent," "Furnished Rooms for Light Housekeeping," "Room and Hoard," "Table Hoard," "Rooms for Light Housekeeping." "House fur Sale," "House for Rent." "Plain Sewing," "Dressmaking." The cards will he sold at the low price of 10 cents each. Call at the business office. $ 900 4-room house, six BO ft. lots, chicken houses, gasoline engine and pump; near car line. $2000 fi-room frame, modern, cellar, 4th ward, on car line. $3500 5-room, modern bungalow, sleeping porch, lurge lot, luwn, trees. 1000 4-room house, lot 100x142. outbuildings, city water, near Uni versity; terms. 14000 9-room, 2-story brick, modern, West Central; $L000 cash, balance 8 per cent. $4200 7-room, t-story stucco finish residence; hot water heat, lot 76x 142, barns, chicken houses; close In; $1700 cash, balance 8 per ceut. $3200 B-room brick, modern, hard wood floors, fire place, corner lot. Highlands; 1700 cash, balance 8 per cent. MOXEY TO IjOAW. FIRE INSl'RANCE. I A. FLEISCHER, 111 South Fourth Street, Phone 674. Next to New I'oHtoff Ice POOR MAN. Maile Men are queer. Daisy Yes; they are delighted whe )-ou forget how to swim; and mad whei you forget bow baseball Is clayed. States, for the District of New M exlco. In the matter of The Daily Crocery Company, Hanliiupts. To Whom It May Concern; Notice Is hereby given that Ben led bids on the entire stock of groceries and fix tures of said bankrupts; three horses and three wagons; and undivided one third interest in the stook, type and machinery of printing shop, located at 2U0 Fast Central avenue, and 21t! North Arno street, Albtniueniue, New Mexico, will be received until (i o'clock, p. m., July S, l'JJ2. Said bids will be opened in the office of the referee in bankruptcy, in room 1 ,r Cromwell building, at the hour of 10 o'cluck a. m, Saturday, July t, 1!M 2. The trustee reserves the right to reject any and all bids or parts of bids. HIils will be received on all of the; above described properly as a whole or on the stork of groceries and flx- iiii es, on me noises unit wagons; on the interest in print shop nnd stock. Hidders must specify in bids whether bid Is on whole or specify part bid for. iH, H. CORNHLL, Trustee. July 3-4-5. Rooming House for Sale Cood rooming bouse, 1 '.I rooms, Well located, new furniture, can bo had for $1,000. House rents tor $ii."i per month. If you want a I lomlng house this Is a good one. Porterficld Co. FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS 2 1 6 West Gold JUST THE SPOT! Small Muburlian home, close lo car line, 10 nice fruit trees, 4 room house, good water, garden planted. Only $1,2.10. Free with the above: Cood cow, horse, buggy, harness, chickens and household goods. FOR RENT Rooms. FUR RENT Furnished rooms; mod ern; no sick. Apply BOSH W Central. Rio FOR RENT Modern Orande Hotel. 619W. FUR RKN'T Furnished trn. 218 S. Walter St. rooa.s. Central. rooms, mod- Ktilt K K.N T Rooms, Hotel l'i mouth, 2 HI 'a N. SeoonilSt. Ft lit Ilk-NT one large room, w ell ventilated, furnished for house keeping: modern, OHi W. Coal, fTTTI R KN'F Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Inquire at :il X. 3rd si. FOR RKNT - Nice, cieall, model n rooms for light housekeeping, cheap, opposite oipheum theater. :10 7 S. Second. F(Tr RKNT Two rooms tor light -housekeeping. Price $12. Call 404 Xorth Seconii street. -Two large Foil RKXT Two large front looiiif for light housekeeping. Xo sick need apply, t.nr, W. Lend. FOR KKXT Rooms furnished for light housekeeping. K20 S. Third SI. STORAGE. WANTED riam.i, household Koods, etc., Stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances mad. Phone 640,, The Security Warehouse A Improve ment Co. Offices; Rooms I and 4. Grant block. Third street and Central avenue. FOR SALE RealEstate FOR SALE A country lionic In the city Swell little eoltage, big chunk of land, plenty of shade, 2f fruit trees, vines, roses, ulfalfa, stables, barn lot, and an Ideal llttlu home that has to be seen to lm appreciated. A bargain for quick union. THAXTON (., 211 W. tll Ave. 211 W. I IRK THAXTON A CO., Gold. 1' JXSl'KANCH AM Imnn (ir.7. LOANS. Full RKNT furnished, Fourth St. -Lar; with e front board. room, well 217 South A HOME FOR SALE. In the Highlands, close to the shops, in street car line. Four-room frame, modern, nearly new; large perei nod porches, shade trees, chicken yards, etc. 1'art cash. balance easy pay ments. Call at IH4 South Kdlth street. WANTKD - Lady riKuuer In modern home, due employed preferred. No sick. 101 r. N. Second SL FOR RKNT Modern sleeping rooms also light housekeeping rooms, en suite. Slate hotel, 4th and Central. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. buggy. FOR SALK Flm Perfectly gentle horse Call FOR SALK Small herd of 30 head good grade cows; 20 head horses and colts; household furniture and farm ing Implements. For Lease Moun tain ranch of 800 acres; Rood bulld l"K. good water, good grass. In Co bolla valley, 1 H miles from Jomez Springs; 12 miles from Sulphur Springs, K. M, FKNTON, Jcmust Springs. N. M. It's FREE To You The Morning Journal i is uiving Away FREE the Sure-Cut Gan Opener with a 50c Prepaid Want-Ad This Can Opener is made of heavy sleel, 1 0 inches long, nickel plat ed, ebonized handle, serves as both bottle and can opener. The Morning Journal' LEGAL NOTICES. call run urns. Healed proposals for the purchase of $200,000.00 of the bonds of the State of New Mexico to be Issued un der authority of an Act of the first state legislature of New Mexico en titled, "An Act providing funds unl making appropriations for the f'rst fiscal year for the expenses of the executive, legislative and Judicial de partments for the payment of Internet on state Indebtedness and si lking fund requirements thereof, to defray the expenses of the educational, state and charitable Institutions and hos pitals and all other expenses required by existing laws of the statu of N?v Mexico and making appropriations for deficiencies in revenue of former fis cal years which deficiencies were In curred by the requirements of exist ing laws." Approved June 15, 1912. Which said bonds are to be dated the first day of July, 1912. and ab solutely due and payable five years after their date, Interest payable semi annually at the rate of six per cent per annum, the Interest for said period to be evidenced by coupons at tached to the said bonds, interest pay able on the first days of September and March, both principal and interest payable at the office of the state trear urer, Santa Fe, New Mexico, the said bonds to be redeemable one-fifth each year, in serial number commencing with number one; one-fifth of said bonds to be redeemed on the first of July, 1913. The proposals should be addressed to the state treasurer, Santa Fe. New Mexico, and said sealed proposals will be publicly openeU on Monday, the 11th day of July, 1912, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon. o. N. MARRON, Treasurer of the State of New Mexico. MONEY TO LOAN. MoNKY To LOAN- Any umount, on city or farming property at 0 per cent. Write full description of pro perty, location and amount wanted. Address luck box 022, Albuquerque N. M. a ml phone lili.'l. KUIl SALK Cood, gentle driving horse and buggy. Apply Savoy barber shop or til 4 N. 11th.- FOR S A I . K A t oa m of blue k mares, harness, 3-scated mountain wagon, surrey and top buggy. Inquire at 1101 New York avenue. FOR SALK Cood driving horse, sur rey and harness. Address Tony Mlchaelbach, ( il,i Albuquerque. FOR SALK Two litlle coyotes and one little young wolf. Cull at 1202 N Arno St. FOR HALF; Fresh cow, 4 gallons, 6 years old. First ranch south lib. Orande Industrial School. Tom Itelf-snlder. FOR SALK Cood appealing, gentle horse, saddle, harness and lop buggy, $7.1.00. 1 n07Marhh'aj'. FUR" SALK Five dozen R. I. "ileds and Harred Rocks, March batch. Also a few hens. .112 W. Marble. AMERICAN HOTEL 502 1-2 V. Central Rooms single, double or cnsulte. clity or week. RF.ASON Alil.F. 1'HICKfU R) FOR RENT Apartments. FOR RKNT opposite park, a-roorn apartments, furnished or unfurnish ed. Steam heat, modern throughout. Paul Teutsfh. 3, Crant building. FOR RKNT Modern furnished and housekeeping! rooms, week or month. Westminster. I'bnPn 17S. FOR SALK File-room modern brick, lot 71x142; shade and fruit tries, outbuildings: bargain if taken at once. 70S West Roma. FUR SALK Acclimated Missouri Mammoth Jacks, 2 years old and upwirds, $300 to $1,500 each. It takes from one to two years to acclimate Jacks brought from thP states. James D. Hand, Los Alamos, N. M. FOR RENT Miscellaneous. FUR RKNT Desk I cation. Room 1 1, mull in good lo Croinivcll Rldg. KM I'IX)YMKNT AG KXt'Y. 21( V. Sliver. IMionc 354. WANTKD Mexican teamsters and laborers, $1.75, $2 and $4.25 a day; good boilermaker; section foreman. WANTKD Young man at Hotel Ply mouth, 216 N. Second Si In the XOTICK. District Court of the Fnited COLHl RXS KM PI.OYM KX'I. Ill W. Silver. Tel. 498. P. O. Itox 174. Wanted Carpenters for making con crete forms; woman cook small hotel. THEY lav. thev win. tbev pay. Won f iur firsts, one second at state fair. 1911. R. C. It. I. Reds, Mottled An emias and R. P. Rocks. Kggs and chicks for sale. L. E. Thomas. P. O. Hox 111, 717 East i In subline FOR SALK Our specially laying strains. Rrecds that lay are the ones that pay. Those only we keep. They are S. C. W. Leghorns, black Minoioas, It. C. and S. c. R. I. Reds, while and barred rooks, buff t irpbingtous and black inngshans. Xo young elm ls for sale, but eggs, $1.00 per I. 'I. Cood time to batch for spring layers. Ideal Poultry Ranch, old Albuquerque. Phono 139SR. HELP WANTED Female. WANTKD Cirls as hospital. Address, Las Vegas Hospital, X. AT. pupil nurses in with references. Fast Las Vegas, WANTKD Responsible woman to P general housework; no looking permanent place for right party. Ad dress p. ... n,,x fifi. Wi.AlKX I have a wonderful money maker. If you can give all or part time to a ( ban, good paying, perma nent business, write Hyrne. West Phil adelphia, Pa. WANTKD A girl for general house work. Apply mornings. 40H North Kb'venth street. $1.2 PKR WORD Inserting classified ads in 3C leading paper. In the t;. S. Send f;.r list. The Dake Adver tising Agency, 423 Main St., Los An geles, or 12 Oeary St., San Francisco. FOR RENT Storeroom. FOR RKXT Room 75x2.1, sinlabb for storage, Miniated 117 Cold Ave Captain J. Al. Johnston. Salvation Arm v. FUR RKNT Six rooms, modern apartment, gas range, sleeping porch; also modern 5-room cottage, shade trees, collar, etc. Apply A. W. Anson, 818 N. 6th St. FTjWg FUR RKXT Three-room furnished cottage, sleeping porch. 1210 Soulh Kdlth. FOR RUNT Five-room furnished house in good condition; close in; no sick; water paid; $1S. Apply fiOS S. Arno. Kill! RKNT 4 rooms, cellar, mod ern, .'107 N. litli; 4 rooms, modern, barn, chicken house, large yard, SI 4 W. Roma. L. T. Delaiioy, KID W. Roma. Nicely lurnislle house with porch, t wo l o i o Foil RKXT room tent S. Waller St. FUR RKNT One, two, three and four room bouses, furnished or unfurnish ed. W. V. Futrelle, 5 1 4 S. Hrondway. Phon,. 1.17IIW. Full SAL K i Rrri;fNT ri-r.M.ni hkmL ern brick, 202 N. Kdith street. Thax ton Co. Foil SALK Piece of land about 3 1-2 acres In the village or La Tljeras, lust at the foot of the mountains from Whltcomb Springs and on the line of thu proposed Albuquerque Kastorn Railway. Has about 30 fruit trees, adobe house, ullalfa. Is Ini tialed from a ditch running the full length of the land. Thin properly can be bought cheap. P. F. AleCaniia, Slate National Hank building. FOR SALK la-acie iamb. S miles from illy; now five-room house com plot ely I hi nlslieil ; large lwo-stor,v barn, chicken house, nil newly fenced and palmed: perpetual water rlglil, deep well, good drinking waler; crops and fiirni implements go Willi place; $:il)li cash, balance lo suit purchaser. Owlicr leav ing city July li th. Si o this qiiii k it you want u bargain. 32 1 S. W alter St. Phone ! I ml. PROFESSIONAL CARDS R. W. 1, Office ATTXmNEYS IIKYAN Attorney-at-Iaw. In First National Rank Inn. Albuquerque, N. M. Bll- WIUSON & I i:yis Attorticya-at-Law. Rooms 16-17-19 Cromwell Bulldls Res. Phons 162!v ; OHIO Psisi 117$. DENTISTS. Hit J. K. KRAFT Rooms l-S, Harnett Rldg. Phon T4I Appointments Mad by Mall. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS! A. G. SHOIlll 1., M. 1. Practice Limited lo Tuberculosis. Hours, it to 11. 224 W. Central Ave. Phone 1177. Albuquerque Sanitarium. Phone 843. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to Genito Urinary Diseases ind Diseases of the Skin. The Wassermann and Noguchl Taata Balvarsan "606" Administered, Citizens' Hunk HulKllng. Albuquerque, New Mexico. GKO. K. WOODS. M. D. Physician and Burfttsm. Grant Building. Phone, Office 1111; Realdano HHH Pit. C. II, CON NICK, Osteopath. Room 5-tl. Stern Pluck. I 'ho lie I.r.r.-ILIB. JOSKPH S. CII'KS, M. P. Suits l-S. Whiting Bldg. Hours, 9-1 1 a. m 2-4 p. m., 7-8 9. Phones Office 1119; Rea. (88. 1RS. 'I I LL MARKS. Specialists Kyo, Kar, Nose, Throat. State National Hank Kldg. Phone Stilt. FOR SALE Houses. Full SALK--Si'vi house, lot 50x141 and oiilhoihlings. a room modi shade, Irnil In HI W. Marble :i PR. K. V. RK'HARPSO.V Physician and Surgeon. Suite 26, Armljo building. Residence phone 334 ; Office phone 884. DR. V. . .MACItKTII, Pi-utlst. Rooms 2.1-27 Grant llldg. office hours II lo 6. pMliiimciils made by mall. PR. SALMON Practice Limited to Kye, Ear, Nose and Foil SALK Cood 3-n.om sleeping porch, oily ivatel connection, good location, m line, In Highland. Price 7.1a $1.10 down, balance like rent, moiot, care 1 1 abbs' laundry. boost HI Wl torn Ham Ft Ml SA I.K 22-room nn Call Commercial hotel, nhig hi I 1 I So, usi 1st FOR RKNT Five-room brick, bail. gas range, completely furnished. Close In. Summer rates. Inquire The Leader, S09-311 W. Central. 'Oil RKNT. Modern five-room house Highlands, corner lot, graded streeis, sereened porches for sU'Oping, congenial neigh I ors. Inquire 51s S. High St. Phone 1131. LOST. icj?uj!!15 II. V. RORKRISON COMPANY . Accountants, Auditors and Systcmizers. Amarillo, Texas. Albuquerque. N. M. Hox 311. Itox STO. e TIIK STACK FOR T1IK HOT SPRINGS OF .IKMK7., N. M., e e Leaves Albuquerque postoffioe e daily except Sundays at 5 a. in. e e Can carry three passengers at a time. First comes, firs, serveii. e e For tickets apply to G!NO 4JARCIA. Prop. e SI5 K. Pacific Ave. Itionn 7T.H. FOR RENT Miscellaneous. Store to let, c A 2nd. .' is. ntral Ave., Inquire T., between lsl Journal. l.oST- A ladies' white flannel coa from an automobile between th Cr.istai theater and Ihe corner of .'In street find Central avenue. $ 1 a re ward if returned to 27 South Hill St l.o,T A Spitz d", answcis lo mum of Peggv. 'Return to ;:ii South Will lei. Reward. WANTED Positions. Address pi .SITIi X WAXTKI ' I bookkeeper and get) man. Xot si k. Can a a Week's liolii r:ifv .loillll.tl. IVAN I I-.D--I ii wants position has g 1 ref.-ren S hi mi'i m lira . thi ll ll A-l al f.fl.Ce pt within A. C. F., JJURJAL- T PKW RITKRS for sale or rent Fmlerwood Typewriter Co., S21 W Cobl avenue, phono 144. FUR SALK Complete bnlcher sb outfit, cheap. Address Tony .Mich aelbach, I lid A Ibuquerqlle. Ft 1 1 ( Ho Ft R 7 I FOR o, ell SALK A on I 1, On SALKf. .p" i.'uggj W. Siller. SALK A roll lop flesh Hldg. heap. A i ' 1 1 1 belli 2.10 fe Phone 1 3 7 7. FUR SA lug, ol bed in ,. Kihlli. d friction hoist t, half inch sleel cubic OSW., or write 1'. O. Hox ; - l m- elega u maple lles.se i lit condition. Axiuinst and bt.i 1223 South WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTKD -House building and gen eral Job work, llarton Keller. Phone 1 292W. ATTorxkv o lice. Aihll e.w WA.TKD Will for di.imoiul, one law tl. ills ill :;k roi .loll! II cheap or trad Hupmobiie run Le. sell' about in tirst class condition. Address H.. care Journal. WAXTKI i Write bo I t 'It a goii banging, Hox 1 Mi, ol .1- top At on, ... X 4!i2. d Job of panning or paper see n.i Huriielt & Alarlin, 2(1.1 K. Central. st-olas s Japan' i botd or i Address Itlte. familj i ; corg JTRimSJu FOR RKI.IAHI.K Till XKS, SPIT CASKS nnd band bags, go to the Albuquerque Trunk f .ictury. Repair ing. Phone 4 2l'! J ollth Second ror jomez or sulphur Springs or any other place In New Mexico engage imon Can-la's horses or spring wag ons for your trips. Call at 1202 North Arno. WAXTKli Dressmaking or Honing by tho day. Corner 3rd and McKm ley. Phone 141HW. f V. A. GOFF CARPIT ri.KAN'IN'O. Plume flH, S05 K. tVii'ml e e ve. e Results from Journal Want Ads Throat. 211 V. West Central Ave. V. It. PATTKHSON, M. I. Diseases of Women and Obstetrics 723 North Second. PI. one 1166. SOLOMON U UCRTON. M. D.. Physician and Burgeon. Suit I Barnett Bid. PROFESSIONAL NURSES. "MTsjTjTriT Graduate Nurse nnd Masseuse Treatment At Your Home. '3 North Second. Phone 1168 llo.MK comfort for the sick. Good food nnd nursing. Special diets. sanitary rooms. Prices reasonable. Rest references. MIsm I,. S. AI.GKR. Res. 222 So. High St. Phono 1278 VETERINARY SCHOOLS S. F. VKTKRIXAR gins Sept. 10. Xi qual opportunity. Ken no, Pres.. IMS Fr.i uclsco. Y COLL1CCI0 be i profession offers Catalog free. C. .Market St., San SANTA FE TIME TABLE. 0 KfLvlUo .laiiiiury 211, 1012. Wf-stbomul. Arrives Kxpress .... 7 : 2('p Limited 1 0:55a -I 'al. Kxp. . . 1 a: 1 Op Fast Mail. . 1 1 :.10p 10flstlH.lll.il. 1 Cal. 2 Cal. 7 AJex 9 Cal. Departs 8:1 Op 1 1:25a 1 1 .or.p 12:45a 2 Tourist Kxp. . 4 Limited 5 K'ast Kx 10 overlain! Kxp. 3: 55p 35p r,.1. OtU 4-20P S:05p 7:21p :35a Xo. Kl Pa-o Trains. suit Mix. Kxp l:20p S1.1 Kl Pas,. Pass 8:20a SIO From Kl Paso 6:00lt SiltJ From Kl Paso 6:2 tip Kokivi-ll, (1i.U ami Anuirlllo. Kl I Peeos Vnl. Kxp 7:65p 812 Albuq. Kxp.. :15p P. J. JOHNSON, AtftllL r-