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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING 10URNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULr 24. 1912,
UN In ii KuhM'ir Warnlnjc. Sore Fret: HjhI Health UllUn Iltmwll 1" a physlmt won tier. Now In mat urt' iub, but hdvinir pi vat-i vt-il th fr.jih htiuuty of youth. In the Chicago Tiibunn "ho ay: "Care of thw feci, haul Nt worked member of the body, la h(h luieiy essenriai health. IrrlUtl fmm uore fwct uften causes serious nr vuus dl Borders, and nothing brings far wrinkle quicker. Here I the best treatment Known to science fur all font ailments. It works Lhrmjsh the uores arid removes the cause: Dissolve two dltwpnfinfuls f Cu).niip compound In basin of wrm witter. Souk the feet i hit for full fifteen intnulcR, gently rub Hun l ho More p;i eta.' The cf hd Is mag Hiii. AM "rrin-n oit:ippfrs InstHntiy cm m Hfni iFili'iiHcH can h peeled right off li k iv. 1 1 in tit nt roii"f fur bunions, aching )mm) awiii t y. smelly f.-tU. Any druggist has i iil'H i"p it) '!"i'H or will uiiH kly fr.-m w hi .Ifna In hoime. A t oi l y-t tv (. nl box ii: i;a 1 1 v i-'Hoh the worst feci. Cnlo- i hIo If Put it wiitcot im-illi'lm. lhm't wustrt it i. 'tiny on uncertain rrinnlUs In Hist gettinvr what you rtunt from in druggist. 1 ij In li HUTCHINSQNNAMEO VARSITY PHYSCAL NSTHUCTOR Popular Coach of Various Sea sons at New Mexico Univer sity Now Head of New De partment at State Institution Some news that will lie welcome indeed, to every loyal supporter of tht state university is the fad that It. P. Hutchinson, who has become popu lar as a coach in various hranches of athletics at the university, lias lieen named to head a new department of physical education at that Institu tion. Mr, Hutchinson has accepted the appointment. He will hereafter have entire charge of the various sports, education in gymnastic work physical development of all sorts, and similar work. The appointment of Mr. Hutchin son is taken In mean that under th. administration of Jir. Pavid ltos H'.yd, more attention will he paid P phsi-al education than has hereto fore l.een he case. This is the firs' tune that the university has ever had n director of physical work. I'r. Iloyd left last niht for a trip of three weeks' duration in Oklaho ma, during which time ho will ar range for the opening of the resi dence he has leased here, and wil hi irtg his family to A lbuitueriiio. I'r. I'.ovd has secured a lease of tin .liiliii'ione residence at High sue "old avenue, there. and will male t his ADDITIONAL CONVICTS BROUGHT FROM SANTA FE FOR ROAD WORK .l"lui li. MoManus, of Hie state peliilenta inglil from Santa. I'o today here. With Mr. ry superintciidenl irrivod last ind will spend Me.Manus were several i.uards in charge of a dozen onvieiH who are to work on Hie roads. Half of them will ho attached to the Heriialillo county Hang, now engaged in the repair of North l-'ourti) slreet, and the rest were taken "n m.uiIi i : i 1 night to Socorro and w,il i;., to Mac.laleii.i this morning. Mr. ,WJ i n .1.. :::i id l hat lie sl: men lie v. .. lo ire- ie: ie re were a il g.eet weiKeis ,-a.l Would a.-,,, jit t he 1 1 1 we Iv c a "II. :i - v. ill inspect tin- road work He ; . i r . ii..i:. til;i. NEWBRO s HERPIGIDE SAVESJHE HAIR Xnd Keeps im Looking Young. I'on't look older than you are. It is just :i:t easy to look younger. While lack of hair or poor hair Is not ol vuvs an Indication of age. It is fre quently accepted as Mich. person well advanced in sears possessing a gfiod head of hair Is al- Wavs spoken Of as "Well preserved." livor.vonc can retain beautiful, lux uriant hair if they make the effort. In almost every instance poor hair or Hie loss of hair may he traced to Ho- activity of the dandruff germ. Nivvhro's Hcrplcidc kills this germ and pots the scalp in a perfectly healthy condition. With the doslriie li"ti of the dandruff serin the hair no longer drops out. The Itching of Hie se.-ilp Ki,ips almost at once. Newluo's Hcrpicide is the original ii-noiiy for which there are many '1 1 -st it lit es. IM'Clia r:i I Ions flniliioil to '" ' .just a s good." Vim don't have to .-o e . 1 1 1 1 ;, siiltsl ii ute. Insist upon hav ing ri-nuiae llerpieiile. V.-vvhros Herplelde in .Ml'- and ?' an si.. is sold hy all dealers who ta.ir.mtee t to do all that is claimed, if yon are not satisfied your money v ill 1-e refunded. ' epii at ions i. Idained at good bar I- t shop. Send Hlr in postage to The lleipiiido ,, ),.pt. .. ln-troit, M ii h , fi.r P iint.li. and hook. I. 1 1 'iT;;,.Iv i-o. Sp..ii:,l Agents. INJUNCTION SUITS BABY FALLS FROM NUMEROUS MINOR CIVIL CASES ARE T WITH BRUISES FILED IN COURT AGAIN AIRED IN DISTRICT COUR Cases Filed Over Year Ago by Citizens' League Against the Residents of Restricted Dis trict, Before Judge. Raynolds, After many months of somnolence on the civil docket, the Injunction suits filed against three housekeepers of the restricted district over it year tigo hy the Citizens' league, were again in court yesterday. The esses are suits for Injunctions to compel the abatement of 'the houses these women are alleged to keep, on the ground that they transgress the the statutes of the state in being operated within 700 feet of a public gathering place. The defendants in the eases are Minnie Carroll, who was not repre sented yesterday, E. L. Medler having withdrawn as her attorney; Lizzie McGrath and Leona Grace, who were represented hy V. C. Heacock and Miller & Craig. The Grace woman lias lieen absent from the city for about r year. The gathering places named in the complaint were the Masonic Temple, on Third street near Copper avenue which has been given up since the suit,; were filed, and the Albuqueniue Business College, in the Korher build ing on North Second street. Yesterday when the suits came up, Judge Edward A. Mann, attorney for the plaintiffs, asked leave to amend his original complaint. The defense objected to this, but the court gave permission for the filing of an amend ed complaint and gave the defend ants until the end of the month to file an answer. WINDOW: ESCAPES ;kati:s-(;.kci.v cask is i;i so.Mt: Moiiic The case of Paul Grates, a minor. gainst the estate of lilias G. Garcia, for a share of Hie estate on the grounds of his being all Illegitimate son of Garcia, was argued some more icforc the district court yesterday. I'll is action was begun about two years ago. The argument yesterday was over moiion for a new trial made by the plaintiff's attorneys. A trial, at lie last term of court failed to give Hates the share he asked. J lie court nnounced he would overrule the mo urn unless more authorities were Mi il. Thiee-Year-Old Child Has Close Call from Death When Screen Gives Way, Precipitating It to Pavement, Alfred Schaltegger, the three-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs, Alfred SchallcRuor, yesterday afternoon came as close to death as he jirnb- ably will ever come until he meets it. The lud, who is hut three years old, was sitting in the window of his parents' room In the American hotel, at Fifth street and Central ave nue. In some manner he opened the window screen and foil to the side walk many feet below. The hoy struck upon his hip, fall ing; hack and striking his head on the cement walk from tho forco of the jar. He was stunned and it was at first feared he was dangerously injured. M. Nash, who happened to he standing on the corner, was so close he could have caught the boy had he seen him fall. Mr, Nash picked up the baby and carried him upstairs. In his own words: "1 kicked on the door until the woman came. Then I asked her, 'Does this boy belong to you'.'' She said. 'Yes, where did you get him?' I told her I'd got him off tho side walk, and she just went straight up. "On my way up I had told one of the men in the electric light of fice to call a doctor, and I told the woman to ho calm, that everything that could be done hail been done. The doctor arrived there In about five minutes, and jnade an examination. He said the boy was not seriously hurt by the fall." The Scha iteggers have recently come here from Los Angeles, Alfred Schaltegger being a foreman in the bottling department Jat the South western Hrewery, The strange part about the acci dent Is that although Mrs. Schalteg ger and another woman were in the room when the accident occurred, neither knew of it until Mr. Nash brought the baby hoy upstairs in his rms. Judge Raynolds is Busy with Other Matters, But Causes Aic Added to the Docket in Bunches Yesterday, HAUTAU DA OPENS AT MOUNTAIN! TI T HIS EVENING irst Number of Program is Il lustrated Historical Lecture by Col. Ralph E, Twichell of Las Vegas, Tonight at Mountainair, the small ;t town in the country which sup- ailts a regular chautainiua assembly, the filth session of this open air gain- ring fur culture and education will e opened. The Initial evening's enter (inmcnt will be a lecture by Col. It. .'. Twitchell, on historical subjects. This lecture is entitled. "Work of the Franciscans ir.tfl to 1X20." I be dure Is expected to throw conslder lile liglil on the ruins at Abo, Quara, nd Gran Quivira. The chaiilauiiua is past the experi mental stage this year. It has secured smile notable attractions, and has ar ranged a program which will be sec ond to none. The organisation is tak ing up more and more the work of locating the people in the finer hings. and is becoming rapidly sm- essf ul. Colonel Twitchell, with Ir. Frank II. II. iioberls, who is to appear on the program Fducatiotial day, was a Isitor in the city between trains last night, bound for the chautauiiia. Gl.'fis nest eggs, two for t.v-five edits tov docn. I .'. W. I l .K. 1. .". Thcii- MERRY TIME COMING IN JUSTICE GEORGE R. CRAIG'S COURT A merry time Is coming in Justice f the Peace George It. Craig's court those wilo have not vol paid their mil tax. Twenty-five suits against liniliierits wen- filed in a hunch sterday in this court. Those who owe this tax are pay ing up fairly well, but it seems to necessary to .on- a few of them V Week Ol ail. Ill kieO HlC oHlClS stirred up properly. ; t li. I iiw es N MM TI II I'-i-os .,t;,,,,it .-,,r,., I-'imerlv Winsor Itaneli. N.-w i 1 1 r 1 , 1 1 , . Ki,.s, mount. iiti air and s' ' '"-i v, pin. foresis. gurgling '1 """" li"""l k riding. iiiiiini- m' - tioc fishini:. hunting, irood tibl.-, h. .nii,)f,,rts. sttituile x.;on fe-t. Writ. t,.r booklet and rates. lUTlll IMI It .v TTY. JUDGE TOOMBS DENIES HAVING DRAWN GUN ON ATTORNEY PACE,,';; iTiyton, N. M.. JuK L'J Morning Journal, Albin,'ii-ru-In your paper of Ho- I printed something about a ' between Mr. Pace of that pari to Hi i, pistol on him ; . I'M'.'. -. N. M. I 11 , o u hlfn iiltv and tin s'lf. and all . efli i I Hell I w nd that he look it a w i from inc. .. T. T' ' 'M It?1. MMI Hf-kng of Coiikej' Ion M.ilcr, ir iKinght In 2."i-fii Ikii uoulil tNt SI. 75. hold n iiioiicj--tmek guarantee. 11 W. I KJi Topeka Girl is Winner of Prize for Essay on the Fly In the spring of HM I the chairman of the fly fighting committee of the American Civic association offered prizes to school children throughout tho Fniled States who should write the best essay on Hie house fly. The best of the essays came from Topeka. Kan. One of the essays Is here given in full and was written by Adrienne Cody, (age Hi I, of Central Park school, Topeka : 1 am a Hy. I'm not very old and am just learning where to find the best things to eat. My favorite places are in the spltloon in the sitting room and the uncovered garbage can on the back porch. f course some flies would bo bothered about having to go nut of doors to get to that can. Hut It doesn't worry me. In the house where I live there aren't any screens, so I can fly from the garbage can to the spittoon In perfect safety. I often stop on the way, though, to get In the sugar bowl or crawi over any eatables that are handy. There's a. baby In this house who annoys me very much. Kvory time I leave the spittoon and crawl Into the baby's mouth It cries and spits mu out. Of course I leave a few tuber culosis germs ill its mouth, but it doesn't seem like that would hurt the baby. It seems to me like some people dnn't know what Is good to eat. At least the people In this house don't. Why, they throw away all the good things. They put them In the garbage pall. I am endeavoring to show them what good things are, however, for I get my feet all slicky In the gar bage can, and then go and wipe them on the bread. About a hundred of my companions are doing the same thing. 1 really believe that the peo ple are beginning to like It, fur tiny never trouble us any more. We wipe our feet on the bread in peac,. mid Unlet. 1 heard the woman across the way say that she believed flies had some thing to do with the man in this house having consumption. I wonder If he got it from the bread. The woman across the wav is los ing all her flies. They're all coming over to our house. She won't give them anything to cat. She covers up her garbage pail, has tight screens on all her doors and is a terror to flies in general. Iler children are such happy, heat ty youngsters, while the children in this house are always cross. The never get an altcrnoon nap. The Hies won't let Hum. There's a very great deal of Illness in this house. Two of the boys have malaria and the falber is never well. I heard the mother sav to the woman Hie way, "I reallv do not know what to do for all this sii kn-ss. It drlvis me distracted." What do you I think that woman said? Why. "Sw.it the fly." of course. At which f duck ed, nil yes" The baby h is the tv pboid. An Increasing number of people re port regu;,rlv of the satisfactory re sults from taking Foley Kidney pills and commend their healing anil cura tive uioiliio-s. Foh v Kidney Pills are a carefully prepared rnedhlni-. guar anteed to contain no harmful or habit forming drugs. They can have only a beneficial effect when used for kid ney and bladder troubles, for bark ache, rheumatism, weak back or lum bago. J. II. O'llielly Co. A number of minor civil actions were yesterday filed la the district court clerk's office. The actions In cluded a plea for damages from Hie Santa Fe railway, made by Hanson Ncwmatin, who claims that he lias lost $l.!i:t;t In the time between June 10, 11)10, and Man h HML.', because of negligence on the part of the railroad. Newmann claims that amount as the value of live stock killed by trains. He leases a ranch in Valencia county, running some of his stock on the Sedillo grant! Jose Antonio Garcia .veslerday filed an action against Clara Gabaldou de Garcia, for divorce, alleging aban donment and desertion. In the ruse of Frank 11. Moore, assignee, etc., against W. M. Weaver, et. al., Harry P. iivveii was appoint ed referee. The Superior I. umber & Mill Com pany yesterday tiled an action against J. C. Huff, asking judgment against the defendant for $i:i.'il with in- est and costs. The amount named is claimed as the value of goods and wares sold the defendant by tho plaintiff. - 3 A s fo J i W n MM mm n B vmmT M ."JT V V mOT E7 M F d. .SI.! k&VT m n Nothing wishy-ivnrJiy about. Summer colds Hre hard to get rid bronchitis, and hay fever. Do not let of, and frequently lead to asthma, your cold get a hold on you, but use Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for quick relief. W. H. Allen, Chelsea, Wis., says; "We prefer Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to other cough medicines because it quickly cures coughs and colds. It will ward off a cold If taken In time." Contains in opiates. J. 11. O'Kielly Co. JOYRIDER OWNS UP TO RUNNING OVER ANTONIO SABEDRA A rontVSHiim v;is y to tho Hhrrlff'H ntl'irc t iiuin thai lu was n tho antniiiuhilf vhi h tonhi Saln'Mra early Suiui wil h ictJiiilH hi' h a i e stot ila y Mimic hy A thitnhii ran nvi r A 1 1 - nnrnihK. likely to rom the first sip to the last op and afterwards it just takes right hold and pleases satisfies cools, Del icious Refreshing Thirst-Quenching W ' " A TK """" you sic an Tk Arrow think of Coca-Cola. f eCiili.-..IT. 4 a 1 k. J.V 1 -rt.e Oar tlfw booklet trllia ..f Pft-iiX ?.- ! I I 'oc;i-Col;i viiidii-.ilioa ;,t 1 22l Jf ' Jl ,s I I li.ut.iaooe.i, for the a:,kiii;. jt s-JT YSl I Whenever $ ' - -JJL S J J 1 me vjcnuiMi: as main COCA-COLA CO. ATLANTA, OA. Woman Suggests That Corporations Pay the Road Tax cause Sabcilra'a l.i nil that he hi a ride in the car he did not know, man had Invited Icilh. l J 1 1 i II lle- been la ken for i a man whom lie said that Ibe him to go vvilh film while her was standing at Hie Gold Star saloon, and lhat he had accepted. olqnin declared he was under the influence of liquor al Ibe time, and stated that the man, who was a. stranger to him. was also In toxicated, (llqlllll declared Ibal he and this man were the only people In he ear, which effectually clears lid. Swope, Frank Met.lnger and ibe Johnson man, who were suspected by the sheriff's office of being I he guilty parties, and further proves Hie Swope car was not Involved In the i accident. tibliiln declared Ibal when slriuk. Sabedra was lying in Ibe road, and said he believed the unfoilonile man was intoxicated at the lime. .J. In these days of high cost of living, a medicine that gets u man up out of bed and able to work In a few days Is a valuable and welcome remedy, John Healh, Michigan Har, Cal., had kidney and bladder trouble, was con fined In his bed, unable to turn with out help. "I commenced using Foley Kidney Pills and can truly say 1 was relieved at once." His example Is worth following. J, II. o'llielly Co. Mbllquct'qlle, N. M . Jill 111 i r .Mol ti inj; .boil na I : less i Ills to May. nd the piii.lic. I I ol I he Ilirl- ' I T,l ,S jia e! Si" in poral ions of .Mi , the v.oikile; pi 1 1 1 1 1 1 s. I firms wo I a i Seller.. In I" I of Ho ferent II i cilv, owned corpora I iojis salaries enough to pay the $1 they are deducting from out day's work, there wouldn't be "kicking." I lilt the majority of on Sl.fio for leu In ii i it comes to c.llilnj four to six, soine riders" may hive what our ,lull.v bll nothing aboul Hie wear, iloclor bills. live In. II willing to y HI. IMI'.'. it- n. k. H. am pici'liii:; :l III I ' I I i I ' I I ' I II of the 1 1 ! - i ji 1 1 1 -fi I Ui . ople of lln; il even lie llld allow to if lamiiu-s l-ii keep III I j o 1 1 r In our Utile on. al l.-nd iii ho- v Jim and l.i It nl'a I i I I o give e t.ol reeeiv itlg x grain" I am I In-lu up. Then fl. i Is could led ii-;ivw and So la I.. which haul lln Olle on y paid n ml vv lieu lol a laniily of f 111.- "aillo jo I. mil ,ba of of f ife Is. In say ol lies we llav e o r Hie biitisi s we v many of .voll would be balu-e pi. s Willi 1 1 s '.' MEXICO RESENTS STATEMENTS BY JUDGE FULL Minister of Foreign Affair: Says Money to Pay All t Paso Claims is in Hands oi Consul for Settlement, U you bad lo live in our IllSl two Weeks, 1 lliillk V be ill favor of all the emi'lo sa laries aie 1ml f :! 'pi i da v I hem I by la ing a i eoi il i ng 1 1 ilics we have iiiidftioiis in would es Whoso to help t be fa lll- lo support and the sal aries We receive). The $ .'I road tax Which is being dcilllcleil would keep sum, Weeks, and ill .shoes t hat I hev ma -Would II not be on for the I II IMS a 11.1 eol their cuiplovos, who a i !,;! a day. their road b sure II would mil bt i a k the ma lol i I v ol Ho- vv i I -c si m: inc. ,, , j -, via li-an." Tell me, IT V OU plea ie, bow loll!.; do v on hud loa.li ,1. Ill l d If a I li il e illliiei;ii:.i and democrats expect p. ilav in pievcr. wloti vou v.on'l tiiiii v our band:, ..v . r to help I be vv .., I, m people of A Ibuquel que, atli-r We have Voted VOU lllto Ofl'lce',' I would like to h.-a r from ol In r along this aiibled, Including republl cans, ili-iti.i. r,il;i and so.-ia lisls. A Ti:.l )l; 1 1 li A 1,'TI.I i .-slsTiii;. MEDICAL ASSOCIATION IN ROW Wlfll LORD l.iveli I, July iU. The Hiili-ill Medical association ha-. liuallv de i land op. u war oil I 'a v I.I I ,.. il G ge. the chancellor of the cXi If and Ibe national insurance by vv hu h Ihil lei n million pen hi 1 1 1 1 1' bl into a s.v si em o con itisu r.i m e ag-iinsl si, I. lies'. II. I disa bllu.v . The miller has been under a-l- iSellli III of Ibe II . I It lo I I I ee of I lie as iitiahoii and tod. i.v at its annual o j III! etlllg I lie iloctol' s I lion la . a km g ol f I. ! I using lo accept i III 1 oltloet o with s adopted a resolu i i lalloiis and ru ill'iee of any kind th" insurance act quel- s. Inn Il ibttl. unli .'.'i the govciiiim nt grauls the as-.'-.III -iai ion's demand of aiipt'oxiinaiely fj.l' annually .q- medical a 1 1 e llila tlou on each person Insured, Ot RMAN PURLIC NOT' WORRYING ABOUT BRITAIN I '.111111. Jul.v -German public I 1 1 1 i 1 1 ii luiilier disturlieil nor Irrl Itliil over v i - J.l . -1'. I il v 's naval debale in th. p.iiiinh bouse of commons. The pi . : s gi it. lallv Ki-i'ins sallMljed with G i i 1 1 1 a ii v S comparaiive pusllluii until r Hie new order of Ihing.-i anil praises the si h of Wln.'iloti Spencer i 'bun hill, firs! lord of the adinlraltv, a. It. ink, wlilioiit the Usual provoca-livelu-SM. II i ' f H i i ' i Zcs, however. Hie : 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 t lo Hirow the responsibility tor increased armament on Germany. A I'espoiisihle official said today lhat Ibe speech delivered hy Davlil l.lovd George, chancellor of the ex ' 1 1 . i it i t . al the Mansion House, Lon don. In I'.HI, was the direel and Hole cause of the new German naval bill. 4 'apoiii.lug out I Mm. Poultry markers. Leu; Ihillds. (.lip I VIOli Ini'K. li. . I f.K. V- TryaJoL'rnal Want Ad. Results 0 THE FINEST ftiBEER EVER BREWED Mnminc .knurnnl ftiwrinl Inie4 Wlr 1 Mcxii-n 'iiy. July J.'l. In ansi to Senator KitllV -i it it ihih of tin Anieiiijui 'o er ninerit and its alti tude towanl M-.ie in the Init'd States nciiiih: etenla y. I'e.iro Las citl ii in, in i n i.sl t nf loi ei n a f t ,ti i .said toriicht "I eorisid' i- Senator Kall'v linput.i -t ions n it just a re I n in a 1 1 d lor. Tin money I'M HiUlenon! of Niii.lic,,!, elainiH auaiti t Mexie,, t,u (lo- pari d' the eitlen d Kl i'a.s.i is .ill", iidv III the hand t f the eolisul there. A He. eiHon ha I" en r e . i J i I ofi all el.illn.' .rejf.niti and f I - iihmm y for the a m i nt (,f I lit' I XiukLim I i if (is will he S' nl f Hi.- eMisill wi'hili a ( w days. M;n el.iintK w e nM (o seiifcd (t, tin- Mt'Xi;iii ii.fi.-nl and t to ref m liiw- not 1.. ltt , i thM'l' i d." f''i( Go to the (W f 0 phone now and order a case of Blatz the beer that should be in every household where a superior malt beverage is desired. Generations ago Blatz was brewed by an old fashioned brewer in a primitive fashion. Today the methods are modern and original, and the capac ity of the plant is enormous, but the quality and character of the product remain the same as of old. L STERN, SCKLCSS A COMPANY Dl tri h titers 115-127 W. Copper Ave, A!huqjM fi'i, N. fVJex. Phono 142 ALWAYS THE SAME GOOD OLD 88 MHI rehete$ l)i tuned in .lapan. TfiKI', .Iitin, .ltil ' I. 1 n :i 1 h'a ram mul fht'.ds ha. pi . id' fn the northern eoast, K.hii hundf M-rson ale niinMiritf nnd an- f -1 - to tiH pt r ihed. m h , n,K tf heen d.ine lo i ropji. Albu(uerruc foundry and Machine Works Engineers, Founders, Machinists O o Flcr.trir. Onorntpfl Piimriiiui PInntsr Vprlinnl Motors. direct comifjctcd to pump sliafts; the ideal installa tion; no belts or gearing to cause trouble; the motor above ground and under observation at all times. gt I j 'I iin onlv vertical motor on inemarKei equipped wua uiiBiciorj neabo! Attfiluit. Miilsriu-rloii Kmiranfcd. 1 In. onlv vertbal mob t hi ust lii .i rliiK. I'.rns Chsi1i.uk. f rt i Hftil KK-cl for llulldlmr. Oil linclnew, MnclUiiery. Get Our Prices. Works and Offices, Albuquerque, New Mexico.