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SCOOP, the Cub Reporter. OYSTERS, OYSTERS, RAW, RAW, RAW. By "HOP." THE ALBUQUERQUE. MORNING JOURNAL. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1912. r . I q- ( THE. OLD COI.L1LGE. BoNS " f 5E-- WOUUD W- (RAZZ-LE, DAlllEjSjS BOOM BDNK f STRAW BERtf HORTCAKe-1 Sj Br'TW fOURN ? Have. ?EQoESTEt3 mlto wonr o-e-nrf ft-rick-ext uzm kict 'im.slap'im b,te the punk j sloeberw Pie Ika -M 1 Hand at . i "l in 1 k m'.1 11111 51 P'" jl'y PROGRESSIVES TO DEMAND SHARE Leaders Assert That Showing l)y Their Party in Recent ' Election 1 Entitles Them to . Recognition Hereafter, Murnlnir floiirm ' -poilnt LciimmI Wlrl Washington, Nov. 7. - St;ilflTKTllM by progressive leaders that they will expect representation on iion-pnrtlsa 11 !.o i rnmnit hoards Mini commissions, has h d to (in examination of the laws : 1 1 1 1 precedents bearing on such it J -pointi'ients. Thin Fhnus, it is declined, (hat the !;. metiers in creating non-partisan boards anil coin missions, made no provision for the selection of mem bers from minority parties. Consequently the general rule has 1 ecu niciv'v to prohibit more than a majority of the members of those l oai ds .and commlsBions being electiMl from one party, nothing being said from what party or parties the minor ity shall he chosen. In accordance with this Preside nt Wilson would Il legally free in most eases, to select minority member,'; fron. any of the minority parties. Tlie. lleol urn rate law increases the number of members of the inter state, commerce commission from five le sewn, provide J that "not more thn:. four commission! rs -hall be up imiriud from tin- same political par-, iy." The law governing t, appointment of the three civil service commission er' provided that "not more than r'.vo fh.-,ll be adherents of the same party." 'i'l.e Jaw creating the b .aid of general appraisers nt New York provides thit ' , i.t more than five sh ill lie appoint . d from the same political patty." The personnel of many commissions, stu b a' the managers ef th ' national home for disabled volunteer soldiiis. arid the iioard of regents of the Smiih Mutian Institution, Is determined upon by the house of representatives with out tr.''ard to partisanships. It is generally recognized (hat the question of moral support for the de mand for representation will bo pass ed upon by the democratic leaders alone. Tti the house and senate, represen tation of progressives on committees and commissions is likely to bring complications. An the last congress the democratic majority required the republican minority, the leuling mi nority, to care "for the socialist mem bers in the committee a ppolntments. The general rule in both the house and the senate is to allow the minor ity leader to make assignment of mi nority members or senators to the re spective committees. heprTsentatives P;e iuent R. W. D, Bryan, of University Regents, Wishes to Get in Touch with Out-of-Town Men, T'r. rs dent II. W. 1. l!ryan, oT the boirl if regents of the state ttnl verrl'y has reiinested the representa tives of all in-titntions outside the Mate at the inauguration of fir. lavid IIokm Hoyd as pr, si lent of that col lege, to turn In their nanus to him son'- time today. Mr. l'ryan de cinnd yesteiday that a number of univrsitics and (ollges some tiis-tan-e from A Ibunnenpte had appoint ed baal men to represent them at this function and that he wished to get in touch with them at once. Mr. Hryan also announced that Ptratton I. Purler, pre idetit of the f'niverslty of Oklahoma, and three othi r prominent educators from Viisl le the state would address the aiuM nee Ht the inaugnritt on. Fr;ni this it appears that this eveit w II hs even more elaborate than waa at first believed. The inauguration takes place to-norro,- evening in the Klk the iter 'tnd will mark the closing of the an-ti-'al ..----inn of the New Mexii o Kl licat'oiial A;-.sii iaji,,n. I PATRONAGE TED I NAMES rhe Journal Wam.lt Colnnniinis 1 B IF P. F. McCanna 111! N. Second St. Phone l:i. Insurance i 11:10 accident ROII.IR I LY-W II I'lOL A I TOMOIMLIO PLATE 4JLASS I.IAI1II.ITV HONDS 5-Room Brick 222 North Waller $2,0O.0O KOli KKN'T--S'ttit of 3 rooms. State National Haul; buildintf. $1 Down 011(1 VfU. RAYNOLDS ADDITION Lots $.-0.Ob to $:io.uo Loans, Rentals, Investments (.round I'loor, State Nut"! Hunk lllilR. I lilt ICKXT. line 3-r,)om tiiodeln' apartment, fmnlshcd, $15.00. one i!-room modern apartment, furnished, SI2.U0. .r. ii. i'i:K, I'hoiie :tiH. I HI S. Third St. BE MADE BY FIRE In Response. to Requests Educators, Mayor D, K, 'of B, Sellers Will Order Out New Auto Truck at 12:30 O'clock An exhibition run will be made by the new auto fire engine today for the benefit of the visiting educators. The run will be made promptly af. 12.30 and will be from the engine house on North Second street, between Tij?r.ia and Copper avenues to the Klks' 1 ne ater, where the educators ir 1 in ses sion. Mayor Sellers ordered the run In response to requests from a number of the visiting touchers. The engine will come down to the theater Just as fast as it Is possible to run it, taking the paved street west on (iold avenue past the theater and will return and throw an exhibition stream or, the vacant lot at the cor ner of Sixth and (Jold avenue. Thu will allow the teachers to See the whole show without leaving the cor. ner. it will follow their business s-s. sion, and will be made on time regard less of other considerations, except a fire elsewhere at that time. LEGAL NOTICE. Department of Interior. IT. S. Ijind Office. Santa Fe, N. M.. Dot. 15, 1912. Notice Is hereby given that John W. I.owry. of Laguna. New Mexico, who. on May 1 1. 1907 made homestead en-I try. No.. 04344-1 13S6, for WVi NW, Section 2, Township 9 North, Range S West. N. M. P. Meridian, haa filed notice of Intention to make five-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Sylvestre Ml rabal, U. S. Commissioner, at San Ra fael. New Mexico, on the 4th day of December, :912. Claimant names as wltnrses: Rafael Lente, Pedro Palsanc, Jose Pucheko, Francisco Ka-yls-ta, all of Laguna, New Mexico. MANUEL, R. OTERO, Oct. U. Nov. ID. Register. FOR RENT Apartments. FOK KKNT Modern rurulshed and housekeeping rooms, week or month. Westminster. Phone 107S. FOK KKNT 4 rooms furnished com pletely for housekeeping. All mod ern. No consumptives. 702 10. Central. Kol; KKNT Three for housekeeping; ! n; no s.ek. 515 S. furnished rooms modern and Walter. FOK KKNT Modern a-room flats. heat, water paid, large basement Apply W. IL Mc.Million. EXHIBITION RUN TO TODAY YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL FOR SALE. $2000 r.-room frame, modern. Well built, .Jut 50x142. 4ih Ward; easy terms. $8700 3 VJ" iicres of Rood land, close In, Rood C-loopi house, large barn. $1300 6-rooin adobe, lot 150x142, city water, pood outbuildings, near University; lertns. $1250 3-room flame and bath, eltsc Inc. lights; Highlands; terms. $900 4-rooin frame, well built, Rood lot, HUhlands near shops; terms. $2650 S room, 2 tory frame dwell ing, modern, comer lot, on oar line, Fourth ward. $4000 7 room. 2 itory, modern resi dence, hot water heal, 75 ft. lot, lawn, good outbuilding!, ' clo in, termn. MONT3Y TO I.OAtf. FIKK 1NSVUANK. A. Fleischer 111 South I'hone (171. I'ottiih Street. et to rostofrieo. fok iii:nt. Modern houses, all parts of the city. FOR TKA1K. Farms for city property; city property for farms. FOll SALE. Small houses on very easy terms. Small payment down, balance like rent!, Fire Insurance, Abstracting, Conveyancing, Aolnry I'ubllo. I, on nn Itcnliil-. John M. Moore Kealty i I Company 211 W. Gold Ave. l'hnno 10. JjELPJiVAIj WAM'lil) A competent woman for general housework. 403 N. Second. vTANTrJD-A girTTor general house work. Mrs. (1. A. Wanner, 121 W. Grand. WANTK1) Girl for work. 311 N. 12th general street. house WANTKD A launder. North 12th St. Apply 311 WANTKD A competent girl for general housework. 1013 W. TIJeras aveiric. WANTKD Girl for nursemaid altil help on second floor work. Apply .Mrs. IX Weinman, 70S W. Copper. WANTKD Woman cook, onlv first class cook need apply. Wages not the question, but want best possihh service. Apply St. Joseph's hospital. W NTKI Kxperienecd saleswoman, also worn in who can make altera lions in ready-to-wear. Klstlcr, Coins tor & Co. WAXTKD Nurseg i rl. 7 SWest CN i"7 per avenue. W A N'T Kb Kxperienecd sa leg women Apply at the Kconomist. WANTKD Lady school teacher to teach two boys, aged 13 and 11 years, at Rock Springs, N. M.. nine, miles from Gallup. $30 a month, board and room furnished. G. W. Sampson, Gallup. N. M. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. FOK SAKK Fresn ranch eggs. Wm. liieti!. 413 W. Atlantic. I'hone 14K3W. Folt SAL 10 3 imported Indian run ner drakes. Will trade for ducks of equal breeding. J. K. Gnlusha, !H0 S- Third. FOR SALK Fresh cockerels. 413 eggs, S. I in chickens ad way. and f 11 10 Y lay, they win, they pay. Won four firsts, one second, at state fair, 1911; six firsts, two seconds, 1912. R. C. R. I. Reds, Mottled An emias and S. C. White Orpingtons. Eggs and "hicks for sale. L, E. Thomas, P. O. Cox 111, 717 East Hazeldlne. FOK SALIO Two dozen Plymouth Rock laying hens. pence wagon yard, 200 N. Broadway. FOR SALI0 f'.tll at fil -Jersey cow, ! S. High. good milker. FOK SALE Two good ponies, drive or ride. Address SOS W. 1-ead Ave. For SALE One of the best saddle and driving ponies In New Mexico. .T. E. Matthew. Phone 420. JlPJWmTERS UNDKKWOWD TYPEWRITE It Co.. Q-tnrh Ctr4t Th MA FOR RENT Pasture. FOR ill month. NT Alfalfa pasture, $1 per A. W. Dallman, Alameda. A fine Home For Sale Kight-room modern house, east front, dose In; ".awlands. This Is an elegant home. 1'rice only $:i,SO0; easy terms; $500 down takes II. See Porterfield Co. FIRE INSURANCE and LOANS 216 West Cold. Suburban Home New, nifty three-room bungalow, R acres land, on win in thoroughfure and an Ideal place for small dairy or thicken ranch. Price only $1,850. Kusy terms can be arranged, FIUK INSUHAMK, IJAXS. Thaxton & Co. Ml West Gold. I'hone U57. Sawtelle & Hicks General Contractors I'hone OflO, Of rice 211 West Gold Ave. If job nnt a house built. KMl'lAlMK.Vf AUltJNC. 210 W. Silver. I'hone S54. WANTI'JD TeainstfciS and laborers, $1.75, $2 and $2.25 day; Carpentera housekeeper; extra gang foreman. We Pay highest cash prices lor second hand clolliin;. Ill W. Silver. PI e 40H WANTED Alert young man, ubotit IS, with some knowledge of short hand and typewriting, to learn good business. Address in own hand writ Ing. "K. .," care Journal. WANTKD Cur pouters. Apply Sash ami Door Company. City WANTKD Knaiid the Kconomist. hoys. Apply at AN OPPORTUNITY ror a live man selling our guaranteed Yukinm valley grown nursery stock; exclusive territory; outfit free; cash weekly; "hustle," not experience, required. Toppenish Nursery Co., Toppenish, Wash. WANTKD Laborers, truckers at Santa Fe platform. Apply to fore man. WANTKD A steady and Industrious person to make himself useful at an Indian trading store. References re quired. Address K. L., Journal office WANTED For United States army, able bodied unmnrrled men be tween ages of 18 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write the Enfe'Ush language. For Information apply to Recruiting Officer, Harnett bldg Albuquerque, N. M. WANTKD A nan of good character to act as couptry salesman on straight salary. Previous experience not necessary. We teach our own methods. Applicant must positively show a clean record as to honesty. Recommendations from responsible parties accompanying application will facilitate matters. Pacific Nursery Co., 1221 Yeon hide, Portland. MONEY TO LOAN. To LOAN propcrty. 5.000 on first-class eit Moiitoya, 10S S. Third. TO LOAN 1 1 .anil for 1. 2 or 3 years en good i dose-in city property. Ad dress o. D.. care Journal. To Ia iAN 1 ..lino at S per cent on improved real estate; in, commis sion. Address Mux 4S2. city. HAIR WORK Mrs. 11. E. Rutherford Is again doing all kinds of hair work. 517 S. Kro.tdway. Phono 1 543 J. Out of town orders promptly attend ed to. nn I'UU niONT Furnished rooms: mod ern; no sick. Appiv r.nsu. w Ct.u ki FOK KKNT Kurnumt-t. urn. 218 3. Walter 1'ult KKNT l''uritisbed t ir desired. 422 W. Mar He iou K10NT ltirge Ktiimy i.. .,,r. i rt.om fumil; , n'cely furnished, private modern house. 51! Fourth street. KoH itl!NT Two turuished rooms for light . housekeeping; modern. Also single rooms. 521 W. Silver. Foil itKNT Furnished rooms, also two housekeeping: rooms. Will take no sick nor children. 622 W. I.ea.l. Foil KKNT Furnished rooms for sleeping. 413 S. llroaiKvay. FOR KKNT Two furnished rooms and large sleeping porch; modern. ,10 F, Central avenue. I'hone, 1IID4J. Foil It KNT t 'heap, two or three un furnished rooms anil porch; also furnished rooms; no sick. 1 litis N. 2d. Ft Hi KKNT Two sunny rooms, part ly furnished, on ranch, 4 miles from Los J. unas, with use of horse and buggy. $5.(10 per month. No objection to hcolthseekers, Imiuire 024 N. Sixth. FOR KKNT Tvvi rooms for light Second street. modern furnished housekeeping. ti05 Foil KKNT -Furnished employed. No sick, enth. room to 411 S. lady Sev- FOK KKNT Two model n front rooms for light housecoping. No sick need apply, 505 West Lend. FOK ltl'v'T Ono or two rooms for light housekeeping or Bleeping; modern. fi02 S. Hroudway. AMERICAN HOTEL Modern furnished ami rooms. 50!2 !j W. housekeeping ( ciiirul. FOK KKNT One large front room, Bleeping and light housekeeping rooms. State hotel, corner Fourth and Central. FOR RENT Dwellings. FOR UENT-r-4 and 5 room furnished houses; modern. Inquire Tompkins, (iliS W. Sliver. FOR KENT Two-room house, fur nished or unfurnished. W. S. V. Fu trelle. Phone 402 or 15 79W, FO K K ENTI'T A'eTnaTnT bric iTTmiHe at 318 West Lead; modern and fur nished. Inquire Room 5, Grunt Kldg. FOR KKNT Two story brick house, second from corner of Copper on Sixth. Apply 422 W. TIJeras. FOR KKNT A 9-room house, close in, furnace heat, electric lights, bath u.'id gas; hansomely furnished throughout, including bed and table linens, china ware and piano. Apply to room 6, Whiting block, or phone 73. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTKD Stove repairing. W. A. Goff, phone 568. 205 15 Central. WANTKD To buy ticket east, dress K. K., care Journal. Ad- WAN ri'.D - I'lalloriii scale, 1,(100 lbs capacity or more. In answering give full details. P.O. Ilox, 5fi:t, city. WANTKD Knight Templar uniforms and full dress suits. Address Kox .'13, Journal. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. FOR SALE Cheap, saddle pon and leather top surrey. 116 W. Gold live. FoK SALIO Cash or time. Drop Room head Singer sewing machine. 4, G.anl building. I'OK SALIO Millinery ami hair goods at moiiey-saving prices. Hats made and trimmed. Mrs. K. L. Hanks. 1023 Forrester Ave. FoK SALIO One cow. horse, buggy and harness. Apply 916 N. Eighth wfreet. . FOR SALIO Modern portable chit ken house nt less than cost of lumber. McSpaiblen, 611 South Kroadway FOR SALE ExtraciH'i honey, 0- pound can, $5; 10-pound pall, $1; pint Jars, $2.4(1 per dozen. W. P. Allen, box 202. Albuquerque. N. M. PERSONAL. STUDIO si Cliff street. New Koeh 1 0 i cuts and birth horoseope. idle. N. Y. Si ml hie for wonderful WANTED Houses. WANTED Furnished hoi:,, tor win ter by man and wifr from Piiiladel- plua. Willi I'., cure Journal. Results from Journal Want Ads J STORAGE. WANTED Pianos, household goods, etc., Ktoroi? safely at rensonaule ratea. Advance muiie. Pnone 640, Tne Security Warehouse A Improve ment t.'o. offices; Rooms 3 and 4. Grant block, Third Ht. and Central. FOR SALE Real Estate. MOUNTAIN HOME FOR HEALTHSEEKER. Wo have i splendid location for a person who Is desirous of living In the mountains while taking the cure. ISinall cabin with gooil water, owner must sell, so will fMcriflee. If you are looking for health, come to see us and wo will tell you about this mountain home. McClughan & Dexter, 210 West (iold Ave. ALuses. A JIOMK FOK SA1.K 6-room mod ern brick, cellar under half the house, lot 50x1 42, two screened porches, Highlands, on car lino, one block from Oemrul nve. C'ot to build $2,700, exclusive of lot. $1,200 cash will handle It, balance ut 6 per cent. Address Owner. P. ). Mux 5C3. city. 4 LASSV HOME OX 10 THAI' WILL M IT YOU. Shingle Iliingalow. In a film residence section, block from Central avenue, in one the lllghlards. 550(1 t ush, llalanee, Terms. It Is new, onlv occupied a Vw months. In architecture and finish, this home Is strictly original, classy, artistic and exclusive. Contains four rooms, bath room, side sleeping porch and front porch across tho entire front; huge pantry, china and clothes closets. The Interior Is finished In white enamel and English oak, with bath and lighting fixtures to mutch. This is strictly a pretty home ul a price that will sell it quick. SWAN REALTY CO., 211 West lold Ave. TO EXCHANGE TO EXCHANGE Good ItiO-ucre farm, level and f'tneed, near good town, for property r.c.ir Albuquerque. Address Owner, bov 5KI1. cltv. $1.25 PER WORD Inserting classified ads In .16 leading papers In the U. K. Send for list. The Dnke Adver tising Agency, 433 Main St., Los An geles, or 12 Geary SI., Kan Francisco. F i rt sa i.io hi; irKN'i'-TiniiieiiiiVi'n" liter caiidv store. Inquire W. V. I'titrelle. FOR SALIO Candy kitchen and con fectionery store. Flxl urea uiid stock at Invoice, between $300 and $100. Ibillding based. Rest stand In town. This is a splendid opportunity to he come independent. Address T. M. S., box 203, Rolen, N. M. GooD KI'SINFSH man would like to Invest from $5,000 to $10,000 In some wi ll established business. Must be first class. Give particulars to P. O. box No. 435. FOR SALE Furnityre. FOR SA1.10 -- Furniture of a 1-iuuin house, including pi. mo. To be "old by piece or as a whole. Cun fie seen at any time, owner leaving town. 523 N. Second. FOR RENT Storerooms. FOR RKNT house, 501 Albuquerque -Storeroom and wore N. First street. Inquire Lumber Co. STRAYED. Si'K PI and AVi .D ollic pup, 3 ...out lis out. ease retain to Mrs. Louie llfeld receive reward. To I W. Copper. PIPE REPAIRING WANTED Plpoe to repair. Rlehsrds. 111 W. Central Joe THE STA4.K IOU TI1K HOT SPRINGS OF JKMFZ, N. M., Itves Albuquerque postofflce daily except Sundays at S a, m. Can carry three passengers at a 1 1 mo. First cornea, firs! served. For tickets appiv to OAVINO C1AIM1A. Prop. 1401 K. Krondnaf. l'lionff 7S. PROFESSIONAL CARDS jrrTojNE It. W. 1). ItKVAN Attorney-at-lAW Office In First National Fans Build InK, Albuquerque, N, M. WILSON A I.KW1S Attori;cy-at-Law. Rooms 1. !7- Cromwell Hulldtag. lies, l-hone 1522W; Office Phona 1172. " A. H. HOHICItTsON Lawyer. Stern ltl.sk. Phone tilt. asara sascx---.ir,Wf;-s DENTISTS. Kit. J. K . KIWIT Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2-8, Harnett ltldij. Phone 744, Appointments Made by Mall. A. (i. KIIOHTL10, M. J. Practice Limited to Tuberculoma. Hours: 10 to 12. Phono 1177. 224 Mi W, Central Ave, Albuquerque Sanitarium, Phone 141. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to i Genito Urinary Diseases and Diseases of the Skin. The Wasaermann and Noguohi Teat riaivarsan "ti06" Administered, ti Citizens' Hank Bulldlnf. Albuquerque, New Mexico. , UK. C. 11. CONNER, Oslcoiuttlu Rooms i-t. Stern Block. Phone ,S-1I5. ti JOSEPH h. 4 I PES, M. 1). Tuberculosis. Suite 1-3, Whiting llldg. Hours 9-11 a. tit. Phones: Office 1119; Sanitarium 67. IKS, TLLL & MAKES. .specialist! Eye, Ear, Nose, Throt, State National Rank Bldg, Phono SOU. SOLOMON L. UCJtTON, M. U. Ph.vrflcluu and Burgeon. Phono 617. Harnett Rldl. WOMAN'S HOSPITAL. Rates, $15.00 to $25.00 per week. Dr. Patterson, Mr 723 N. 2nd St I MOST COTTAGE 715 East Silver Avenue. Home Comfort for the Sick. I MOST 1IOM10 I'hone 127S 222 8, High. Medical and obstetrical Cases Only M IIS. L. S. ALGER, Xui'He ill Charge. JOJfLJURE. - Mrs. E. L. Bradford VOICU CTLTimK. "; ,11ft W. iold. i'hone I2V. A. liKHTA, ol Professional chef, offers his services to take charge ofj receptions, wedding parties, large or small. Address 924 Luna boulevard. Phone 14ti!lW. FOR RENT Miscellaneous. FOR It 10 NT Good barn, lily 116 W. Cold. close in. Apt WANTED I'hvsician with extensive eastern hospital anil surgical ex,-t pcrleiue wnls position with corpora tion or mining company. Address P., care Journal. WANTED Position by competent stenographer. Address X. Y car Journal. WANTED lly man experienced 111 both irrigated and dry farming, position as foreman of ranch; thor oughly callable wife, position as housekeeper same place, if practic able. Inferences. Address Kox It, Maxwell. N. M. WANTED-Houses. Vol Nil t'ui rl.K desire small detach ed furnished house. Must be rea sonable. G. tl. STRAYED OR STOLEN. S I KA V I.I STOLEN A collie pup, liearly white spot on return to Mrs. 2 months old, with right hind foot. Finder, II. Kryant. 917 N. First illld receive reward. Tr inks. Suit ( 'uses and" Hand Hags made, repair, ed and ex changed. Al tai q ii e r que Trunk Fac tory. 209 S. 2d St. Phone 423.