SCOOP, the Cub Reporter.
YO "TWE WORLDS BASE
FALL SERIES -BB-
AS -TeR& WILL BE.
L0T3 0 PCKL
At Close of Eighty-Third Semi
Annual Conference Political
Sermons Are Preached By
It.v Muriiillff JiMirilill Mprflul I.piinpiI H'lr.)
S.-ill l.iilie City, Cuill. (let. li. Tin'
'ilitv-Uiiril .vein I -jt li n mi 1 I'lHifert'lii't' uf
I In' Church of Ji'kuh Christ of I.nttrr
I my Siilnts was clnsi'il tiidny iil'trr tin'
inrinlii'i's had siisliiincd th" rhMrrn
iiliiiTi's iind I i s 1 1 1 1 c( 1 to sciiiKins by
The pi inciiial aildri'ss was di'lhcn d
hy Anistl,. Charles V. rciirnsi', sit
"iiid i-miii.scllur, tii President JoNcph V.
Smith, who made a reply to the ser
mon delivered yesterday ly lirinliaiii
II. Roberts, In wlileh In; inadi' a idea
for persona! liberty In political I'l'e ,
Several of the mi rnions delivered to
day attaeUed the principle of the pro.
Ki essn e party, and the Latter Day
Saints were nred to follow President
.lesi ph F. Smith in his political be
lief. "The iiiultilini,. is not fit to rule
itself," said Apostle Penrose, "and
"'oiihl brinK on themselves anarchy
and tyranny. The law must be ad
ministered by the tribunals that have
been raised up by Cod for the Kuld
anee of tin- people."
Joseph Smith, Jr.. a son of the prcs
ident of the Mormon church, and an
apostle, in bis sermon advhcil thh
church members to "follow the m
sii m lions of the prophet."
Rio Grande Freight Train Is
Wiecked By Unaccountable
Accident Causing Probable
Death Engineer and Fireman,
lr Wo-nlnr .lonrniil Kcrrlnl 1 rinrA tvirr.l
Salida. Colo., Oct. H. Two men
piobablx eie fatally in.lnred and a
third was blow ii several feel, but suf
fered onlv slight injuries, n hen engine
No. mr,, (,f tin. Denver .Si Itlo
Crande railroail, pulling a train of
lorty freight cars loaded with mer- j
ohandNe, exploded at Americas sid-
ing. thirty miles to the wist of here
The train was running about fifteen
miles an hour.
Ten cars were wrecked and pilud
upon either side of the track.
The seriously Injured:
.lames Allen. engineer. Internally
injured, badly scalded about the lace
and body, probably fatally hint.
K. It. Carter, fireman, badly scalded
about the shoulders and body; prob
M. Maber, brakeinan. blown from
lb.' top of the train; slightly Injured.
The injured livi d here.
Mv cause of the explosion
ih finitely known, but one theory ad
xamed by railroad men was that th
ci own sheet had burned out as
res-nit of low water in tile boiler.
Kiieineer Allen said at a bos
here tonight that he had a few min
utes before the explosion filled the
water tank, and he can offer no so
lution of the explosion.
Itolh the engineer and firemen
wer- pinion. i mult r the wreckage and
i' va more than an hour before the
K 1 KS AT WIIIH K.
Lcadville. Colo.. Oct. . While the
wrecking crew at Americas Siditm
"is biiibliim a temporary track at
the scene of the explosion of the boil
er of a Denver & Kio Grande eiiuine
tit's evenini:. George Wilson, one of
th" workmen was inst.intlv killed bv !
living ruck from a blast of dynamite.
NOTIt i: lt KIDS X)lt KDIT XD-
Notice is hereby given that the
Poard of Education of the city of
Albuquerque, N. M.. ha resolved to
refund sixty thotisand dollars of
bonded indebtedness Usutd by il in
ta . , MMHMMHBHHiMHHHBBaHHBHniHHMHHBnHnH I nnnrron A II a I ri niC
LAS Rrr hidden n my 3ock!A 73UT JK Ll 552 irFJ I
Mr x'iix I i iii'i - v Nil - . .- J r- l vr - -..-v r - i i c - i r vruiiu 11-1 p
sTSTVW N il .-TNk 1 .CJ- Ylo .T? V II LIKE i7 ;"V yv d II
frihe Journal W&snt Colnammims
j IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL
1S!)2. nml said hoard will receive
scaled bids for said sixty thousand
dollars of refunding bonds to and in
cluding the 2Sth day of October, A 1.).,
11)12. Said bids will be opened at u
regular inectinB' of said hoard tii he
held in the Central high school build
ing, city of Alb iiiucniue, at eight
o'clock P. in., on Jio 4th day of No
vember, A. D., 1912, and the con
tract for said refunding bond will
thereafter be awarded to the party
offering the best terms therefor in
taiil bids. The hoard reserves the
riyht to reject any and all bids and
to refund said bonded Indebtedness as
otherwise provided by law. The re
funding bonds to he payable I t
less than twenty nor more than
thirty years. .And all or any part of
said refunding bunds to be payable
at the option of the board In twenty
years. All bids to be addressed to
the clerk of the Hoard of l'Miu atioli,
Allniciucrciie, N. M-. in sealed enclos
ures, marked on the outside, "Hid for
Tile I'.oara of Kducatioii of Hie C'il.V
of AlbuMncnuie, New Mexico,
lly Kmily W. Tcnnant, Clerk.
1 ll-L'.!-'t-( let. 7.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office.
Santa Fe, N. M.. Sept. 13, 1912.
I Notice is hereby given that Martin II.
! I.udwig, of Albuqueiiiue, New Mexico,
who, on Feb. 10, 1.111, made Home
stead Knlry. No. OlHi!, for 8&.SKV4
of -See. 30 and N'i, NE',4 of See. 31,
township it North, range .t ICasI, N.
M. I'. meridian, has filed notice of
Intention to make commiuntion
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before II. It. Whit
ing, 1'. S. commissioner, at Alhuquer
'iuc, New Mexico, on tho 7th day of
Claimant names as witnesses, .f. K. j
Hill, Hubert Loudon, John A. Jacob
son, Mrs. Mary A. Dolan, all of Al
buoiieruiie. N. M. '
MANUEL It. OTIC UO,
Sopt 10-Oct. 15. ItPgister,
Department of the Interior.
V. S. Land Office.
8a nla Fe, N. M Sept. 12, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Antonio
llarcla, of Albuiiueriiue, N. M., who,
on July 2o, 1911, made Homestead
Application, No. 015374, for K'i, i:!i,
KW'4. SK'4, V".i, SK M . SSKU. sec
tion 21; NE',1, NEW, N'W't, K 14 .
"14. Mi, NW'4, NK'i. NW14, NF't,
NIC'4, SVi, Nli, NIO',4, section 2S.
township il N, range G F., New Mexico
Principal Meridian, ban filed notice
of Intention to make final three-year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before II. It. Whit
ing, United Stales Commissioner, al
Albuquerque, N. M., on the 7th day
of November, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: An
tonio Griego, of Chilili. N. M.; Manuel
Gutierrez, of Chilili, N. M.; Abran Al
derele, of Chilili, N. M.; Mariano
Griego, of Chilili, N. M.
MANUEL H. OTRHO,
Sept. 14: Oct. 14. ItegiRter.
FOR SALE Furniture.
KOK SALE New and secondhand
furniture at lowest prices in town.
Crown Furniture store. 1H W. Gold.
WANTED To buy furniture in any
quantity. FrnnV. Auction Co., auc
tioneers. Office at Vann-, 1!12 W.
CenliMl. Phone l?a.
WANTED Voting, gentle. Hound
horse, weight about 1,200 pounds.
d note book; maps
value only to the
use return to Hop-
r. Finder pi
ping's l.bele shop.
L' ist- 4 -v ear-old red cow; hit horn
broken off. bland on b-lt side. Ke
ward. Ketoin to 410 W. Atlantic, or
LOST lostoii bull teiriei; tan col
ored: one side of face white. I.r.s
Angelc license tag 5sfi3. Finder
return t Capitol liar and receive
i. 1ST Pi own mare toll with white
spot on forehead; 1 1 inolillis oiu . ,
also red roan horse. 3 years old; no i
brands. $la reward fi
location of same. A.
r the return or
10U S-rooiii adobe, hl 1. -,(1x14 2.
city walcr, good outbuildings, near
$2250 5-room, modern brick, corner
lot, llighlrnds, close In.
3-room frame and bath, elec
, trio lighM; Highlands; terms.
JI100 4-rooni frame, well built, good
lot. Highlands near shops; terms.
J2K50 8 room. 2 tory Trairie dwell
ing, modern, corner lot. on car line,
$1850 5-room fram. modern, N.
12th St., on ear line; term.
J4000 7 room. 2 itory, modern resi
dence, hot wnier beat, 75 ft. lot,
lnwn, good outbuilding cl In,
MOXKY TO LOAN,
11 South 'iirth Slrwt.
l'hoiio 671. Hext to New I'ostoffU-e.
I3V2 Acres Good Land
One Mile from City.
other 50 by
Pump, Tank and 'lower.
'limp, lank ami
II irns, I'Me.
ooo i Hi iT thi:i:s IN
3,(hi siiadi: riti:i:s. .-) vits. Z
4)1.1). IX XI liSIOIEV.
io .uiu:s ix ;.I!di:n.
This is the first farm on the
New loulevurd, every foot In
the highest state of fertility, and
one of the finest improved
farms in New Mexico.
Old lblli que, X. M.
, PHONE 1304.
$25.(111 5-rooiu modern; uh
ward, near Central.
$35. Oil 5-rooiu new I in
bungalow with hardwood floors,
fire place, glassed sleeping
room, gas raime.
$25.110- 7-rnoin modern, near
Central avenue, on l llh street.
$ 1 2. INI 1 -room cottage, west
( 'cut nil. near I 1 1 h street.
$2ii.0ii C-rootn modern;
Highlands, one block from
school No. 1.
on very easy
I asm a nee. A li-trurl log,
( on c a in ing. Notary
John M Moore Realty
21 I V. tiold Ave. Phone 10.
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
FOK KENT Stable.
FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry.
FOK SALE- Team of ponies. Ckap.
723 S. proadwfiy.
FOK SALE Good
pony, cheap. 720 S.
Foil SALE Herd of 775 sheep. Ad
dress A. 1. care Morning Journal.
-iliirro. Donald Harrow,
FOK SA I !: 'olhe
wav. Phone 724.
Cll S. Broad
THEY lay, thev win, they pay. Won
four firsts, one second, at state fair,
1911. K. C. R. I. Heds. Mottled An
rona and 8. C. White Orpington.
Eggs and chirks for sale. I. E.
C. "oi 111. 717 Eat
Try a Journal Want Ad. Results
?a $5 -bemuse, fvEo-o-r rli33?sf3J3y WSm ball pr &J
MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912.
DEPOSIT IT IN A SAFETY
fi-rooni, modern house, for only
a. This is sure some bargain.
1 have to hurry.
FIRE INSURANCE and LOANS
216 West Gold.
l'.M l'I.OVMlT AtiKXCV.
210 V. Silver. Phone 331.
WANTED TeamHUrs and laborers.
$1.75, $2 and $2.25 day; Carpenters;
WANTED llnjs, $15 to" $2ll per
month. Call early. Western Union.
WANTED A boj for deliieiy; imisl
be acquainted ill city. Apply al
once to 702 S. liroadway.
WANTED American man on ranch,
south of town; permanent place to
right party. Phono 1 393M. F. It.
AN OPPORTUNITY lor it live man
Belling: our euarunted Yakima
valley grown nursery tock; exclu
sive terrltoiy; outfit free; cash
weekly; "hustle," not experience, re
quired. Toppenish Nuracry Com
pany, Toppenish. Wash.
'ANTi;D ( iirl for general house
work. 4 23 North Second slreet.
XVAWKI) ioTuT girl for genei
housework. Apiilv SI Park avenue.
WANTED A competent wliile o
man to care for 2 children. Apply
.Mrs. Al. ( i. Chadbourne, 102 N. IL'thst.
WANTED Woman for general house
work and cooking. Apply to Mrs.
W. ( I. powers, 4 I 5 Smith High.
WANTED "Nurse- maid. " Apply 70.S
West Copper avenue.
WANTED Experienced sales
women at the Economist.
WANTED position I
collector. Mrs. W, I
"WA".Vff;l PosUion" "by
cook, hotel, resla in a nl,
II. Wnoby, 317 W. Silver.
$1.25 PEK WOK I.) Inserting classified
ads In 311 leading papers In the
H. Send for list. The Dako Adver-
lisintf Agency, 4:;:! Main St., Los An
geles, or 12 Geary St.. San Francisco.
FOK SALE At a big sacrifice, com
plete line of millinery and hair
goods. Also show cases and fixtures.
.Mrs. K. L. Hanks. 12" S. Fourth St.
I'.u lU'YS a gooii p.,vinK fruit and
cigar stand, eaiuic store am) soda
fountain combination. Fully equipped.
centrally located. Joe Valo-K. Archu
leta Kealty Co., 2l!i W. Gold avenue.
Fi'K SAL)-: Fruit and confectionery
store, bargain if taken at once;
reason f. selling, sickness. Call 301
S. Second street.
- I 'onipb
II ice III
hlne; new. In-
quire of T
M ic helbneh, o, A H 1 1 1 -
tiess 111 Califi
loea I rea 1 state
1 I 5
rooms. 1 1 1
S. First St.
F( ill SALE HaJriln
Mrs. Clav. 1IS Si
"it SALE J
1 i rooms. 1 '
a lid 1 'elilra 1.
L'NDEKWi 10D Typewriter Co..
W. OolH Al. Minim 14 4.
To TKADE -Tea 111 of good ponlet l.r
(rood farm wagon. 720 S. Proadway.
FOll Ul'.'NT l''urnlshed rooms; mod
ern; no sick. Apply 50Si,i, W. Central.
FOH KENT Kui mailed rooiiia, moit
orn. SI 8 3. Walter St.
Ft i It KENT Nice, 1 1 c YvTy f urnished
rooms. A.iplv 320 W. Iron.
KOK KKN'f Modern ileepinu room
on car line. 32(1 S. Edith St.
Foil KENT Furnished rooms with
pol l In s; modern. Phone 1DI0.
Ei i It TtTJ NT '.Tco froii t"ToiTiu7wlTii
sleepitij. porch; suitable, for two.
73 North Fourth.
FoTl KENT Furnished rooms, hoard
If desired. 4 22 West Marquette.
Foil KENT Nicely furnishe
room. 002 W. Silver avenue.
I'oi; KENT Light housekeeping
room, modern house, (ill S. Proud
way. Foil " KENT L.irgeT nlcidy furnished
room in private family. The Leader,
309-31 1 W. Central.
Foil KENT Two nice furnished
rooms opposite orpheum theater,
507 South Second.
"Foil KENT New!) furnished' room.
b.itli adjoining; g. ntlemau only. Ap
ply 511 North Fifth slreet.
l'lilt KENT Two lurnlshed looms
for light h iiisckeepiiig. 025
Edith, on car line.
Foft KENT Furnished room vUh
outside entrance, nml bath adjoin
ing; no sick. I 10 N. Waller.
FOK KENT Tim
rooms, close in;
furnished or unfurnished.
223 S. Second.
FOR RENT Apartments.
FOK KENT Modern furnished and
housekeeping rooms, week or
month. Wjcsl m inster. Phone 107 3.
FOK KENT I'hils lor light house
keeping. 404 N. Second street.
Foil KENT .Modern n-iooin flats.
lout, wnier paid, large basement
Apply W. II. Me.Mllllon.
I 1 Ml KENT Apartment houses;
some furnished. I ami li looms. W.
II. Me.Mllllon. 2 15 W. Gold.
Foil 'KENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. 3 I li North
Foil KENT 'two-room lurnishe:
cottage, with sleeping porch, $10.
Apply 3 10 S. Waller or 115 W. Gold.
FOK KENT Six-room house; mod
ern; $20. 021 North Eighth.
FO 1 1 KEN T A 0-roioi i furiosi iel rut
lage. Apply to 1 I.', N. Sis I li.
Foil KENT 0111-101011 model 11 cot.
age at 0 15 North Sixth slreet. In
quire at 111 South Fourth street.
l oft KENT -4-100111 furnished house. '
0 1 ii E. Cromwell. Apply W. A. Fut
relic, Orpheum theater building.
FOK KENT 5 rooms, balh. modem,
completely furnished. Tompkins,
lias W. Silver.
Foil KENT (i-ioom house; modern;
fine porches; near street cur line.
Porlerlield Co., I fi West Gold.
Full KENT Modern collages, -I. 5,
7 and S rooms. V. II. McMlllion,
215 W. Gobi.
i"ilt KENT New modern 5-room
house: gas range, window shinies.
114 S. Fourth. Inquire :ilo W. Iron.
Foil-KENT 3-rooni furnished col
lage with sleeping porch. 1204
South Edith street.
Ei 'K K ENT Twoh ooim adobe, cor
ner Twelfth ami Fruit. City water
and sewer connections. Phone 5-lu.
FOR RENT Rooms with Board
Foil KENT Good rooms and board;
$."..:,!! .1 vveik. S2I S. Third. Phono
FiJTi K ENT Furnished rooms with
or without board, best home cook
ing: prices reasonable. 511 South
l'.roail w a v . Phone 1 24 3.1.
I HAVE opened Cafeteria, home look
ing. 21 n W. Gold avenue. Mrs. A. J.
Mei i vweather.
TRUNKS AND BAGS."
Foil KEI.IAPLE THINKS. SUIT
CASES and hand bags, go to the
VIbuquerqtie Trunk factory. Ttepalr
mif Phone 423. 2110 South Second
WANTED To borrow $I.Miu oil Hood
real estate security. Phone 130T.W
or address G. P., care Morning Journal.
WANTED Pianos, household goods,
etc., store1! safely at reasonable
rates. Advanced mude. Phono 640,
Ttio Security Warehouse & Improve
ment Co. offi"es: Kooiiin 3 and 4,
Grunt block, Third St. mid Central.
Here Is u Good t bance it' on Want
u I Ionic,
A fine liKI-acre, deeded land, 3
miles from small town,
Price only 2.lll0,
A fine Hia-acre relinquishment.
SIcCIA GIIAN . KEXTFlt,
Heiniiig, N. M.
Foil SALE OK U ENT .Ill-acre
ranch, 'j mile north of Indian
school; 7-rooui frame house, orchard,
alfalfa; also young horses weighing
1,250 pounds, black drl lug mure and
surry. Call Mill East Iron avenue, or
phone I5S2W. Kanch, 1U1I7.I.
!- 1 1 SALE A few great bargains in
houses and lots. Will sell or bust
maiket. W. II. .McMilll 215 W.
Foil SALE Five-mom, modern
brick, lot 75x112; shade and fruit
trees, outbuildings; bargain if taken at
once. 700 W. Koiiiu.
Foil SALE Modem residence, close
lu, on two valuable, south front
corner lots; house 3 stucco finish
over brick; riven large rooms and
bath; two large cement porches;
fronts on two line residence streets;
only one block from Central avenue.
Part cash, balance on lime. 523 W.
Copper 11 venue. Phone 1 203
For Sale at a Bargain.
An elegant I -room new bungalow
Willi large sleiq 'tig- porch, furnished
or unfurnished. Easy terms.
Sec oh nor at Ti'A S. Second St.
A HOME FOK SA Lit 6 -room lnod
deru brick, collar under half the
house, lot 50x 14 2, two screened
porches, Highlands, on ear line, one
block from Central ave. Cost to build
J-' 700, exclusive of lot. $1,200 cash
v '.II bundle It, biilan'o at 6 per ct'it.
Addr.ss o.vii. r, P. O. Ilox 5(13. city.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
A 1 no.
FUK ""SA LE-
Hess. I'll I
-A piano ut 40!) South
-Horse, bngg.v and bar
02 1 North 'Eighth.
Kid! SALE-- Hoi (
liesH, cheap. 51.
buggy ami liar
Foil SALE First class piano In good
condition. Apply Mrs. Ivan Gruns
fidd, HiOil W Tljeras.
Foil SALE Two swell go-earls al
half price; cost $20 ami $u new;
good as new. 'Ins N. Arno street.
Foil SALE A 5-pasHcnger Case car
for cash or exchange for property.
Inquire IH!i N. Fourth street.
Foil SA LE - Cabinet "siiiKcr sew ing
machine, banjo and electric washer
that cost $HS, all cheap, phone 102.
Foil SALE--1,2011 -lb. Mosbr safe,
client; saddle pony and leather tiq
suirev. III! W. Gold uvemic.
FOK SALE-- Indian motorcycle; 10 12
model, 7 II. P.. tourist trophy, two
sieed. Kalgaill to quick buyer. Ilop
plng's bicycle shop.
FOK SALE nil TKADE New piano.
Will trade for unimproved proper
ty, furniture or slock. See the piano,
205 E. Central or phnlie 5(H.
Foil llALE-A 2 -horsepower boiler,
also a 4-borse power boiler; both in
good order; cheap. Inquire of Tony
Mll lielbai h. Old Albuquerque.
FoTrsALE 75-11. P. balance valve
engine and boiler: used less than
year. A bargain. Inquire .1. T. John
son's ranch, live miles south, or P. o.
box 253. City.
WANTED Stove repairing. W. A.
Golf, phone 5I.S. 25 E. Central.
WANTED To do l.o e . -all. 1. lis,
peciallv. Phone HI11W.
WANTED 'lo buy horse for delivery,
or one to use three davs a week, lor
its kel p. 2 I 11 S. S ml st l ei t.
WANTED - T" I, si voui piopei lv for
sale oi- rent, with "Joe Valo. K. Ar
chuleta Keally Co.." 210 W. Gold ave
nue, phone ;. We claim to be hon
est and hustlers.
WANTED Pipes to repair,
illchards, 111 W. Central.
K. V. 1). liKYAX
Office in IMrst National Hank Build
ing. Albuquerque, N. M.
WILSON .V 1.1 WIS
Itooms lli-17-10 Cromwell LuUdlng.
lies. Phone 1622W; Office I'hoti
A. II. KDP.I IK LSO.V
Stern ItlocU. PhoiH' 1 1 II.
lilt. J. F KKAIT
Rooms 2-3. Harnett Hldg. Phone 744.
Appointments Made by Mall.
A. V.. SIIOIMI.i:, SI. I.
Practice Liinlted lu Tuberculoali.
Hours: 10 lo 12. Phone 1177.
224 ii, W. Central Ave.
Albuquerque Sanitarium. Phone 8411.
W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D.
Pruetlce Limited to
Genito Urinary Diseases and
Diseases of the Skin.
The Wiisserinarin and NoRuehl Team
Salvarsan "tiOti" Administered.
Citizens' Hank Hulldlng.
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
GKO. K. WtlOIIS, SI. II.
Physician and Surgfcon.
Phones: Office, 1121; lies. 1651W.
Dlt. C. II. 4t)NNI.H,
Kooms 5-6. Stern Ulock.
.lOSEPlI S. CUTS, SI. I).
Suite 1-3, WhltliiK Kid.
Hours: Sl-lt 11.111,, 2-4 p.m., 7-8 p.m.
Phone Office 1119; lies. 688.
IKS. TH.li At HAIIKS.
Specialists Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
Statu National Hank HlclK.
SOLOSIOX li. Ill IITOX. SI. 1).
Physician and Surgeon.
Phono 017. Harnett Hldg.
Medical, Surgical mid Obstetrical.
7:1 N. Second SI. 'Jcl. 11 AH.
.IISSli; SI. IIAKI.IC,
Graduate Nurse and Mnsseusa.
Trealmeiit at Your Home.
30-1 Occidental Pldg. Pllolle 3!Hi
HOME comfort for the sick. Good
food and nursing. Special diet
"unitary rooms. Prices reasonable
.Miss I.. S. AI GI It.
Pes. 222 So. High St. Phone 127N
" CIVIL ENGINEERS.
pwiii m. '.Mini;
Assoc. S. AM. Soc. t. R
Formerly Territorial Irriga
tion Englliei r and Member ir
rigation I'ominls.slon of New
IIiiiiiii 7, Whiting HulldliiK.
A Ibuqiierqiie, N. M.
TIIK SI UK I'OK TIIIC 1KJT
SPKIX(;S OF .IKSIRZ, N. M.,
Leaves Allmquerqun postofflc
daily except Sundays at 6 a. m.
Can carry three paasenneri at
Time. First comes, flrsl aerrad.
For tickets apply to
flAYIXf) GAIlCIA, Prop.
1401 g. liroailwav. I'hone 7M4.
SANTA FE TIME TABLE.
strccllve January 20, lilt.
1 Cal. Express.... 7:2p
3 I'al. Limited. . . . 10:05a
7 Mt-x.-Cal. Exp.. .10:1 Op
t Cai. Fast Mall. .ll:50p
I Tourist Exp. . . 3:66p
4 1.1 111 it e,l 6:35p
8 East Exi 6:56p
10 Overland Exp.. K.OOa
F.I Paso I ra 1 11s.
80 9 Mex. Exp
15 El Paso Pass
810 From El l aao :00a
816 From El Paso C:2Dp
Itoswcll, Clovi and Amarlllo.
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