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SCOOP, the Cub Reporter.
vAweis' 8or a cmld ama sinceA j cor me.wspapbs. Do&e. tmat vawlo i CT HVe LXkEDW WEKJHT'i NVsKE A UftPER OUT OP MY lVbjH 1 Sk I I t Ml IV i. - THtvr X cnt UCK-JAC INCLUDED.1 xotk i: Sl.l'.. Slate of Ni'VV Mexico, Cinmly of l'.cr- n:ilillo. In the Ki.stiict t'ouit. No. ItOKI. Jlos:i Toti, ot ul, lilaintilTH, f. Ouu- doin-lo Toll, ilcfi'inl.'inl.s. I'lidcr and liy virtue if an onlor of c-oiirt iniul and entered in tlie uhovr entitled raiixo oil Iho 7th )ay of No veinlier. l'J12. I hereby Eivo notl:e that I will, on Wednesday, the 4th day of December, 11112, ut 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the front door of the court house of said county, offer lor sale and sell, to the highest bidder, for cash, the followlnt? pieces of property, to-wit: Lots eleven (11) and twelve (12) In block lettered "Ii" of the Mandell busi ness and residence addition to Albu querque, X. M., and also sufficient Hiound to make the said lot twelve (12), a full lot fronting twenty-five (2.-1) feet on Third street and one hun dred and forty-two (142) feet on Cur roll avenue. A piece of land on the west side of Third (3rd) street and between Cop per and Tijeras avenues, In the city of Albuquerque, N. M., measuring seven- ty-fiv.i (7r.) feet on "intra (tfni) street and one hundred and five (HID) feet in depth and bounded on the south by an alley. An undivided one-half Ci) interest in lots seven (7), eight (8), nine (9) ar.,i ten (10) in block lettered "H" of the Mandell business and residence addition to Albuquerque, X. M. Ail undivided one-half () interest ill and to a piece of land in F.l Llano, north of Albuquerque, X. M., in Pre cinct No. o5, Durunes, being forty three (43) varas or one hundred and eighteen (118) feet In width from north 'to south, and five hundred and one (501) feet and three (3) Inches, more or less from east to west, bounded on the north by lands of Toti and Cradi; on the east by lands of Toti and (Iradi and an acequla, and on the south and west by lands of Angelo Vivltinl and an entrance, being the land conveyed to Toti and firadl by Jsidro llaca and wife, by deed recorded In book .14, page r, 9 1 of the records of said county of llernalillo. An undivided one-half ( ) interest in a piece of land ninety-eight (9S) feet long and twenty (2(1) feet wide, situated in Kl Llano, in the old town of Albuquerque, X. M., bounded on the north by property of Ambroslo Martin, on the south by the property of the deceased Manuel Garcia; on the east by lands of Fernandez Smith, and in the west by the property of Manuel liaea, being the property conveyed to liatlsta Toti by Manuel Ruiz, by deed recorded In book 24, page 396 of the records of said county of Hemalillo. An undivided one-half (14) interest in a piece of land in Durunes, X. M., measuring from north to south oie hundred and twenty-five (12H) varas and from east to west eighteen (18) varas, bounded on the north by prop perty formerly of Manuel Martin, now of Toti and Gradi; on the south by property of Andrea Perea de Garcia; on the east by the property of J. rtor radaile, and on the west by property formerly of Ambroslo Martin, now of Toti and Gradi, being the same prop erty conveyed to li. Toti by Andrea Valther Martin, et al, by deed record ed in book 19, page 481. H. 13. CORN ELL, Special Master. Department of Interior. U. S. Land Office. Santa Fe, N. M., Oct. IS, 1912. Notice Is hereby given that John W. Lowry, of Laguna, New Mexico, who, on May 14, 1907, made homestead en try. No. 04344-1 1386, for WVi NW, Seetb.i, . Township 9 North, Range 8 West. N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make five-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Sylvestre Mi rabal, IT. s. Commissioner, at San Ra ffiel, New Mexico, on the 4th day of December, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Ra fael I.ente, Pedro Pnisano, Jose Pu eheko, Francisco Ka-yis-ta, all of La guna, New Mexico. MANUEL R. OTERO, Oct. 19. Nov. 19. Register. PERSONAL. 1 he Xeal Institute bits miiv,! to 'A 1 A West Stover, phone 321. i.ADIF.s When delayed or irregular, use Triumph Pills; always depend able. "Relief and particulars free. Writ.. National Medical Institute, Mil aukee. Wis. LOST. ' Headed purse, pctwecn t,la W. Copper and mining's, in old own. int:iined some money. Kinder retain purse only to 610 W. Copper. Li iS'l'Tii STRAYED Young pbT black and white. Heward for return .!ase Contreras. SIS w. Iron ave. ' 'ST Runch of keys. Owner's name on tag attached. Present aduref. urnai office, instead of one g ven 1 - . . . II X.. - fflfc 4 3 -r i h vy' m i "Wat &cr jf v. reare. I X a ."ii I J? 1 S ft1tA fl rrTTTl 1 i 1 V V-V ' t ATJir IV Iui-mwicv. Sf,rilCA U I To-! X I The Journal Wamitt Columinis IF P. F. McCanna 112 N. Second St. Phone H3. Insurance FOR SALE. Three bits i orner of Centn Five-room model n br.ck il avenue, on Kouth Edith. n-room brick, 222 X. Walter; Good i-More building, !I01 So. very reasonable. Medium tized SAriO. $2,000. ICd I Hi, $1 Down and 1 ver Vwk. RAYNOLDS ADDITION Lots 950.06 to 9350.00 Loans, Rentals, Investments Ground I'loor. Stute. Nat'l Hnnk lildg. A Good Investment Six-room modern frame house, furnished; now rented for $30 per month; a bargain for $1,800. J. il. pi:k, ltd S. 3rd. Plumo :'.!I8. FOUND. ! 'L'XI ' -Handbag containing some (iwner may obtain same by u YV. Granite and paying for money, calling 31 adv. BUSINESS CHANCES. HTpe'rWO ulTTnser tinTaslfied ads In 36 leading papers In the U. S. Send for list. The Dake Adver tising Agency, 433 Main St., Los An geles, or 12 Geary St., San Francisco. FOR SALK Cigar, fruit and confec tionary stand, $400. owner must sell on account of other -interests. Ap ply Singer Cigar Co. FOR RKXT Candy stole pheiim theater. See W. V. at or Futrelle. WANTED Boarders. VAXTKl Hoarders on run ell. io objection to healthseekers. Sleeping tents. Address Ranch, care Journal. WAN'i'F. D Roomers anil' boarders. Can prepare lunches. Shop men preferred. 713 S. Edith. WANJED HAIR WORK Mrs. 11. J'j, Rutherford is again doing all kinds of hair work. 517 S. Broadway. Phone 1543J. Out of town orders promptly attend ed to. JVANTED- WAN'TICD Active young man wants work outside schuol hours to de fray living expenses. Phone 627. Al buquerque Business College. WANTKD Position in New Mexico by registered pharmacist. Address E. II., care Journal. yOCXG MA N Ral I way account ant and other clerical experience wants position with Albuquerque firm. Al references as to character and ability. Address "F. W, C." Journal. WANTKD Position as housekeeper by capable American woman. Hither In or out of town. Reference. Mrs. A. Rarnes, 515 W. Fruit, Albuquerque. WANTED Position to do general housework by competent woman. Phone ttti2, mornings. JJELPWAJj WANTED Girls for general house work. Apply mornings. Mrs. Fe lix H. Lester, 111G.W. Central. WANTED Girl for nursemaid and help on second floor work. Apply Mrs. IX W'inmnn, 708 W. Copper. WANTED Experienced saleswomen. Aptdv at the Economist. 'JitE HEtaT trees in the slate of New Mexico! And yod can make that statement In the presence of yom conscience, if you are .selling Wash ington Nursery Co., fruit and shade trees. One man's commissions last week, $236. If you can walk, talk ami w rite an order, ask us tor territory to day. Washington Nursery Co.. Toppen ish. Wash. AGENTS We wanl one good live agent in each city and town to sell wonderful household necessity. Good income assured, also valuable prem iums. Free samples. Previous exper ience not necessary. Write at once for particulars. CHanor Company, llos well, X. M. THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JtiURNAL. SATURDAY, THE FEMALE OF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL FOR SALE. 12300-C-rooiii brick, modern, corner, good dliaile and outbiiilditms; 4t'.i ward; terms. $4000 8-room brick, modern, hot water heat, well built, good porches; $1400 ciisli, balance 8 pel cent. $2000 5-rooin frame, nicderr.. well built, lot IiOxl-12. 4th ward; easy terns. $2700 3 4 acres of good land, close In, good C-roorn house, large barn. $1300 B-room adobe, lot 150x142, city water, good outbuilding, neur University; terms. $1250 3-room frame and batn, elec tric lights; Highlands; terms. $2GC0 8 room. 2 etory frame dwell ing, modera, corner lot, on ear line, Fourth wurd. MONKY TO I.OAW. FIHK INKUItANi'K. A. Fleischer 111 South Fourth Street. 1'lionc (174. Next to Postofflce. Desirable Nouses For Rent S-room brick, Highlands, furnace heat, large sunny porches, partly furnished, first class in every way. $l..t)(l. (i-room modern lramo, High lands, newly painted and paper ed. $30.00. 5- rooin modern frame, large porches. range In kitchen, Highlands, close in. $2."..IMI. ti-room modern frame, High lands, close in. Newly painted and in good condition. The best house for the price in the city. 2(UMI. 6- rooni, modern brick, Third ward, extra nice. $30.00. 7- rooni, modern frame, large lot, a nice home. Fourth ward. -.-. (10. 5-rooin, modern -frame, range in kitchen, two porches, Third ward. Slid. (Ml. C-room frame, modern, Fourth ward, close in. $211.00. 4-rooin frame, semi-modern, West Central. $12.00. 4-room frame, large lot, Fourth ward. $12.00. 4 -room stucco, modern, Third ward. $13.00. The nboie arc only n few ol the morn desirable houses from our large list. We have cmi vc a arcs anil would bo pleased to make appointments y phone to cull lor .you and .show uny tblog on our list. Call to mid nsk for the ki :nt si ax. John M. Moore Realty Co. 2 it W. Gold. HELP WANTED Male. WANTED Ail around furniture man, one who can speak Spanish preferr ed. Must be experienced to be Consid ered. Address Rox 10, Journal. IvM Pl.OYM ENT AGENCY. 210 ". SiUcr. ' Phono :t."l. WANTED Teamsters and laborers, $1.75, $2 and $2.25 day; carpenters; housekeeper; extra gang foreman. WE, P.L'Y gents' second hand clothing. 1 1 1 W. Silver. Phone 4!IH. WANT ICD Carpenters. Apply Sash and Door Company. City W A X TE D E r ra n d boys. Apply at the Economist. WANTED For United Slates army, able bodied unmarried men be tween ages ut 18 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write the English language. Kor information apply to Recruiting Of fleet, Harnett bldg., Albuquerque, N. M. WANTED Alert young man, about 18, with some knowledge of short hand and typewriting, to learn good business. Address in own hand writ ing. "R. I.," care Journal. AN OPPORTUNITY for a live man selling our guaranteed Yakima valley grown nursery stock; exclusive territory; outfit free: cash weekly; "hustle," not experience, required. Toppenish Nursery Co., Toppenisb, Wash. jTry a Journal Want Ad. Results THE SPECIES IS MORE DEADLY THAN THE MALE. HERE IS A SNAP Six-mom bouse, 50-foot lot, shade and fruit trees. This is sure .somebnr galn for $1,400. ICasy terms, l Porterficld Co. FIRE INSURANCE and LOANS 216 West Gold. A Home and $50 Lot HiO-foot front, one five-room cottage with cement basement, two three-room rottages, fine barn with sleeping room, private water plant, and all household furniture, all for ?4,;um; ouc-tnlru easli, tialance easy. Good location, rooms and cott.iges rent well arid ill bring In $50 00 per month. J- ' J'J It K 1SUR A('K. Thaxton & Co. 211 West Gold. Phone 057. ALI'WI.FA K.X( II At a NHiTiflco. 250 Acres !'0 Acres Cultivated. Rest Soil in Rio Grandu Valley. No Alkali. No Low Ground. All Level. At Head of Two Rig Ditches. Adjoins Lurgc open Range With Fine Grass. Ideal for Stock. ONLY $10,000.00. Worth $15,000.00. Terms. NEW STATE REALTY COMPANY. Suite 5, N. T. Armljo llblg.. Phono 717. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTED Gooil second-hand roll top desk. Apply at 204 West Gold. WANTED House building and Job carpentry. liarton Keller, 723 No, Sth St. Phone 1 292W. WANTKD Stove repairing. W. Guff, phone 5tiS. 205 13 Central. WANTED To real, one to five acres with privilege of buying. State price land terms. E. V. J., Journal. STOP THAT stove from smoking. Have your flue cleaned. Expert flue cleaner. Call phone 668 or 205 E. Central. WANTED Double harness. Smith, American Hotel. WANTED- Second hand bicycle. Must lie cheap ami in good condition. Cull shining parlor 4 1 Ii and Gold. FOR RENT Dwellinos. FOR RENT 3-ri !HH N. Eighth. an. furnished bouse. coll KENT fs-l ooiii, model n house, furnished. Close ill. Porterfield Co., 216 W. Gold. FOR RENT Fie room furnished houses; modern. Inquire Tompkins 108 W. Silver. Foil RENT Two-room house, fur nished or unfurnished. W. S. V. Fu trelle. Phone 402 or 1 579W. Foil RENT A K-rooin house, clost In, furnace heat, electric lights, bath knd gas; hansomely furnished throughout. Including bed and table linens, china ware and piano. Apply to room E, Whiting block, or phone 673. roil RENT 6-rnom house, North Eleventh street; one block from street car; furnished or unfurnishe I ; w ill be -decorated ami tainted to suit tenant. Apply P. F. McCanna. ground floor, State National Punk bldg. FOR RENT Apartment. FOR RENT Modern rurulshed hi,I housekeeping rooms, week or month. W estmlntT. Phono 107.1 FOR RENT .Modern a-roorn flats. heat, water pabi. large bssement Apply W. II. McMillloti. dress "Ticket," care Journal. NOVEMBER 16, 1912. FOR RENT Pasture. FOR RI'JNT Alfalfa pasture, $1 per month. A. V. Dallman. Alameda FOR RENT Ranches. FOR RKNT 23-acte ranch. Small house. Fight acres under cultiva tion. $120 per year. PorlcU'ield Co, 216 W. Gold. FOR RENT Storerooms. I' OK ItliNT Stoieruom and ware house, 501 N. First street. Inquire Albuquerque Lumber Co. . FOR ItKNT - Part of a well located storeroom on W. Central avenue. Suitable for a 'first -class barber shop. See A. I'lelselu r. 1 1 1 S. Fourth street. FOR RENT Rooms. Ft U KNT Single ollsekeeping. (II II V. Coal. rooms. I'urnisbeii j $8 and $10 per, for month FOR RENT 2 or nnfurnlshi nice rooms furnished i d, 7 23 N. 2 nil. Foil RENT Rooms with board, near shops. 507 South Second street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; also suite for light housekeeping, oppo site orpheiiiii (healer, 507 S. Second. FOR It EXT Nicely lurnlsbed looms; steam heat; ull conveniences. 101 S. Walter. Foil RKXT Furnished room, Third street. Phone 1 257. 410 S. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; mod ern; no sick. Applv KAKiA W. Central FOR RENT Furnish d rooms, mod- ern, 2 IS South Walter street. FOR. RENT Modern furnished rooms, large sleeping porches, with or with out board. 422 X, Sixth. FOR RENT- rest IT. -Sunny on. !MM For- Foil RENT One nicely furnished front room, with htilh. 1 223 S. ''''il'l ""'el. Phone I70XVV. FOR RENT Furnish, sunny room In private family. Modern conveni ences. Close In, 411 S. Seventh. 'OR IlKNT If desired. -Furnished rooms; board 4 22 W. Marquette. FOR RENT Lurge sunny room, nicely furnished, private family, modern house. 512 N. Fourth street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms tor sleeping. 413 S. Broadway. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Porch. On car line. 625 S. Edith. FOR KENT Two furnished rooms, elegant sleeping porch, modern. 410 East Central. Phone 1 094,1. FOR RENT Two modern front rooms for light houseeeplng. No sbk need apply. 505 West Ij-ad. AMERICAN HOTEL Modern f urnl-dii-d and rooms. f(l2'i W. boilsckiyplllg Central. FOR KENT One large front room, sleeping and light housekeeping rooms. State hotel, corner Fourth and Central. MONEY TO LOAN. Ill loan 1 , o o u tor 1, 2 or & yeurs on good close-In city property. Ad dress o. 1.. cure Journal. JHDJXCJjANG TO EXCHANGE Good 160-acre farm, level and fenced, near good town, for property r.iir Albuquerque. Addre Owner, box 586. cltv. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. I Silicic 5-passenger car. Inquire W. V. Futrelle. Mill SALE Mission oak library ble. 524 West Central. ta FOR SALE Set of harness. J. E. Mattlu single buggy w. Phone 4 20. For SALE--Cush or time. Drop bead Singer sewing machine. Room 4, Grant building. FOR SALE $350 diamond Tor $2f,o. 1U carat, blue-white. A big bar gain. Selling on account of leaving town. Dave Polland, 413 E. llar.eldine. Foil SALE 1(1x12 frame tent house; new. i be.-ip. Phone 962. FOR SALE Horse, buggy ami har ness. 924 N. Eighth. FoR sa I.E -Millinery and hair goods at money-saving prices. Hats made ami trimmed. Mrs. R. I. Ilatikif, 1023 l-'orreste. Ave. F'or SAI.i'. ExiraeieO honey, pound ran, $5; 13-pound pull. $1; pint Jars. $!.4i per dozen. W. P. Allen, box 202, Albuquerque, N M. J STORAGE. WANTED Pianos, housi'hoiil goods, etc., stored wifely at reasonable rates. Advances made, phone 540, The Security Warehouse & Improve ment Co. Offices: Rooms .1 and 4. Grant black. Third street anil Central avenue. FOR SALE Houses. FoTTATTKsTmni rooming bouse, fine location; low rent, Very reason able. Address Central, care lournal. Foil HALF ii-rooin bouse, sewer, electric lights, large screen porch large lot, east I rout. Price $1,350. 2 I Ti North Hill. poll SALIO At n sacrifice, a modern soven-rooip residence, close in, hot water heat, large lot, good outbuildings; must be sold quickly. For particulars address P O. Uox No, 435, City. A CJJISSY JIOMIC ON 10 THAT WILL MIT YOU. Shingle llunxulow. In n fine residence section, one block from Central avenue, In thu lllgblat.ils. $.",00 (ash, Pa la nee. Terms. It la new, only occupied a rVw mouths, In architecture aiu; finish, this homo Is strictly original, Classy, artistic and exclusive. Contains four rooms, bath room, side sleeplnjf porch and frij.il porch across tho entire front; large pantry, chlnii ami clothes closets. The Interior Is finished In white enamel and English oak. with bath and lighting fixtures to match. This is strictly u pretty home at h price that will sell it quick, SWAN IlEAII Y CO., 211 West Gold Ave. FOR SALE Real Estate. fTTr'Sae' TlTTee nue, between Seventh and Eighth streets, for $H00. Cheapest lotH In town. Owner going away; must sell. Fronts on Tijeras, with wide street In rear. Very suitable location for automobile garage. W. I'. Metcalf, 321 W. Gold. Foil S-M.E-acres nndi Lllfreing, It -Improved farm of fifty r ditch. A bargain, i iscar 'inardo, X. M. FOR SALE OR TRADE For Albuquerque property, a delightful little home ol' a 4-1'oom up-to-date frame house and buildings In the college town of Edmund, olilu. For parllirulara see F. H. KENT 112 South Third St. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. Foil ors, SALE Homer 1201 S. Edith. ilgeons. all col- Foil SALE Fresh ranch eggs. Win, llletz, 413 W. Atlantic. Phone 1 483W. FOR anil SALE- Fresh eggs, chickens coc kerels. 413 S. Itroadway. Foil SALE Fine driving horse, buggy, harness and surrey. A. E Walker, 202 N. High street. I 'l R SAI.I': liens and fryers. Peni I Iroad vva. . -2'itl chickens; I no choice pullets, the oilier 100 wagon yard, 200 N. THEY lay, they win, they pay. Won four firsts, one second, at state fair, 1911; six firsts, Vwo seconds. 111 12. R. C. n. I. Reds. Mottled An emias and S. C. White Orpingtons. Eggs and "hicks for sale. I E. Thomas, O. Hog 111. 717 East 1 Ilizeldlne. FOR S-iLE 150 grain fed Persian bucks. Price $20, and upwards. Two 2-yenr-obl and two :s-year-old mam moth Jacks, sired by Jumbo, the champion mammoth Jack at the World's Fair, St. Louis. These have all been raised In New Mexico and are acclimated. None better In the south west. Pl.'iclta Ranch Co., Los Alamos, N. M. FOR SALE Furnitgre. l-Tillld'7le'"furnllui-e of .'l-i-ooni flat. Cook stove. bed, pillows: sanltarv. I n sale Saturday. Septem-1 bir 1th. SIS S. Fourth utreet. Results trom journal Want Ads SEVEN By "HO P.' PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. It. W. I. RUVAN Attorney-at-Law Office In First National Bank Build ing, Albuquerque, N. M. VMUSON . l.KWIS Attorneys-Bt-1 j w. Rooms In-17-1 Cromwell Dulldlag. Res, phone 1522W; Office Phun 1172. A. li. HOHEKlSON Imw ycr. Phone Stern Itlock. 1144, DENTISTS. Hit. J. K. KIIAIT- Dental Surgeon. Rooms 3, Burnett Hhlg. Phone 744, Appointments Made by Mull. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. A. G. SHORTI.F, M. 1). Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours: 10 to 12. pbous 1177, 224 W, Central Av. Albuquerque Sanitarium. Phons 141. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to Genito Urinary Diseases and Diseases of the Skin. Tha Wussermann and Noguchl Testa) Salvarsun "06" Administered. Citizens' Rank Hulldtng. Albuquerque, New Mexico. Dlt. V. II. CONNER, OMteOfMtth. Rooms s-t. Stern Block. I'liono S5&-I2&. JOSEPH h. 4 IP1XS, M. !. Tuhei'i'iiioslH. Suite 1-3, Whiting llldg. Hours 9-11 a. m. phones; Office 1 1 1 9 ; Sanitarium 07. lK.S. TULL A JIAKJdJH. Specialists Eye, Ear, Nose, Throsu Stute National Rank Bldg. Phono SltU. SOIAJMON li. IH KTON, M. I. I'liyslclau nil Surgeon. Phone 617. Harnett Pldg. WOMAN'S JIOK1MTAU Obslretrlcs and Gyuecob gy. Dr. Patterson, Mgr., 723 N. 2nd St, RUST COIT.AGF, 715 East Sliver Avenue. Tubercular Ciimcn Only. REST 1IOMK 222 S. High. Medical and Obstetrical Cases Only MISS I. S. ALGER, Nurse in Charge. Phone I27N VOICE CULTURE. Mrs. E. L. Bradford YOICU (JlTIriTRK. 519 W, Gold. Phono 1300W. A. HERTA. Professional Chef, offers bis services to take charge of receptions, wedding parties, large or small. Address D24 Luna boulevard. Phono 1 4 69 W. iTEJEPAmiNG WANTED Pipes to repair. Richards. 1 1 1 W. Central. Jos JYPEWRTTERS UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.. 122 South Fourth Street. Phone 174. THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Dealers In FRESH AND SALT MEATS Sa usages a Specialty For cattle and hogs the biggest mar ket prices ars paid. THE STAtiK FOR TUB HOT SPRINGS OF JE.MEZ, N. M., Leaves Albuquerque postoffloe dally except Sundays II I I. m. Can carry three passengers at a 1 ilme. First comes, firs; served. 1 For tickets apply to ' A VI NO GARCIA, Pros. 1401 8. Broadway. Phone 111. ' Trunks, Suit Cases and Hand Rags made, repair ed and ex changed. Ai nu u. ii e r que Trunk Fac tory. 209 S. 24 St. Phone 423. i iae. Reward.