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SCOOP, the Cub Reporter.
rTVte 0 Governor of New Jersey Signs Seven Bills Passed as His Measures for Regulation of State Coiporations. II v Morning .InHMlnl ftiwrlnl rrnfl Ulrr.l 'I'n iilcm, N. J.. Fell. I . (lov cTnor Wim.iItow Wiltmn, after a lulk with tin' (Ic iMociiitic niciniii iK nf tht- kuls. Indue IihI'iv, In wlili-h ViilhuiK IiIIIk Hint will In- l cl :i I l p;issi'd liy t III" ii ms.' ii i ' I ' cir IIhi-iicwiI. siiUI that vvilll thi' iiM-:i uf thi'ff niriiHiii'i'd. hi' ri'KariliMl IiIh work fur New Jersey I'lartirallv i oinileinl. llcivei nnr Wil mim will send his lesimiatliin to the seen tai y (if stale Ilex' week ti take elieet March I. He will I i' mi ileil iis ciiveinor liy State Si'iiatur Fielder. n o-iileiit nf the senate. At Jhe meet ing lieivvei'ii !iieni(ir SVIisun ami the ileiniii ratie ineinlieis nf the leuiula lnre. it was ilei iileil tu siiliini t the .iii'Seil allienillllelll In the felleral 1'iiiislitiitiiin fur the Hiieetinn "f liiited Stales seiialiirs liy a popular villi". A third puipiisitiiin was imreetl mi fur aim n'hneiit nf the primary eleelimi laws so that Vnler.i shall ix-iii'"-s their Hist and seennil ehnlce for a tu mi 1 tut lion. (InVernnr Wilsiui signed lull. IV the si Veil allti-ll'lisl hills passed hy the li Kislatare, and w hii h were drafted at his request. With line exception, the hills lieeniiie effective at once. The main hill ilelinin trusts and imihih llliif; aKlecincnls and acts ile-iKlu'd to directly or Indirectly restrain trade .iiul ninkinn ot'tieers and directors nf cm pnratioiis ci lnilnally respiuisllih" for violations nf the act will go Into eflecl July (.' Skitt ii S liuiilil. SltiilliiK. -hatiKhriiun." Three reels. Crystal. THE DAY IN CONGRESS. M:.ri:. 1'ased hill authorizing pavinent nf 71,niifl lo Americans Injured hy lir intr on Mexican Imrdor. Interstate commerce committee vot ed lo lavoruuly report hill for valua tion of all railroads ami Interstate co ri'iei's. Passed district appropriation hill. Untitled supplementary treaty be tween the I'nited Mates and France rxleiidliiK until 1 1 1 M ami a B''"'ral sanitary treaty with other nations. Iicmoerats decided to move nil exe cutive session at first opportunity to eonliriii army, navy and diplomatic a piinint incuts. Finance committee will meet Thurs day to consider bills for creation of u tariff commission. Judiciary committee presented ma jority and minority reports of IlocUe feller foundation Incorporation bill. City hish Hcbool nystems attacked by Senators Hoke Smith, Webb und Works. Adjourned ut S;:IS o'clock , until boon Thursday. hook. Jiesuiued debate on sundry civil a) il Ull in tbin bill. Secretary MucVeaKh teslilb d before treasury department expenditure ciminiiltee that $3.j.0(l0,0u0 aboe cur lent lialiililles was practical wurkiiifj balance fnr treasury. Attempt to pass ImniiKiatinit net over President Tuft's veto by t"o lliirds'v ote, failed by live votes. Ihiring deliate on special rule to dispense with reading of sundry civil 'H'propriation bill, Representative Fmlerttond declared President-elect Wilson did not want this year's appro. I'liatimi bills to jji over to next ad ministration. I National Foundry i & Machine Company General Foundry Work, Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL. Albuquerque, New Mexico If I TM Ufl Ml W'fl FRENCH FESIRLE WUIAMAllfiUa PILLS. mt'J'B flUftUH tn (til a-fo' 4nr 1 ItM- nmn itnviin ih rr iu - - - , -rr- , ftr1.0e. tmt hoi. Will md4 Uirm H iHI. Ib far j ho rfSl-Trrt. Rifiigln r'm if foMl dr JJM d i iirt ihtm cetut tMirader idtb i UMTkr MEDICAL CO.. SOX T4, lCff, 1 I. i i i legislative --i-1 Journal WaitM Columns PROG R AIVI IjT ,F YOU HAVE A WANT TELL 1T THROUGH THE JOURNAL i i . . . ... i . ..i.i bt4 If Aftuiira .. If' O'lttUr Ce. I ' I 1 II III LET P. F. McCanna 111 N. Siixmd KL TliuuA iS Insurance Tor Sulo. One lot Central Ave., between 4th & Otll Sis. Two lotn Central Ave, between 4th : Sill Sts. Three loin Central Ave., between 4th & Dili SU Two loin corner filh anil Central Avrt. Nine norcH good land, North Fourth Street. Thirty acres Bond irrigated land, Los I.niias, N. M. Uricli store building South F'lllli Street. Fhe-room frame cotlagp, Kouth Arno Street. Fraiiie cotl.iKe, modern, lariie liarn, fruit and nhado frees, North Sec mnl Street, oiio block from ear line. Six-room brick, modern, piram!. lawn, about one and one half blocks from ear line. Ground Floor, hlato Natl Ilank Ittdf. i:mi'I.ovmi;xt a.i:x y. 210 V. Silver. liiiine ."..'.I. WANTKI' TeniiiKfers and laborers. $1.75, $2 and f2..i day; carpenltiH, $4 a day; rock men, $7.'i. Let us help you net you; blip. Any kind furnished on short notice. New Mexico Iaiiphi.wiicnl Agency, III V. silver Aif. WAXTKU A man to no with a ear of stock to DemliiK, N. M. .MeClu tihini Dexter. 210 W. (Sold Avenue. WANTED Stenographer. Must bene-' curate. Address Hiving references and experience, if any. II. 1). O., care Journal. WANTED Vuiing man to work In leal estate office. Must be sleno urapher. Address in own handwiit Iiif;, stating aye and experience. V. O. I'.ox 43a. WAN'TKD AOO nu n, 20 to 10 years old at once for electric railway mo toiiiien and comluctors: $Uf) to $100 a month; no experience necessary; line opportunity; no strike. Write im mediately for application blank. Ad dros Hex, care of Journal. WANTliD For United States army, able bodied unmarried men be tween ages of 18 and 35; cltlxena f United States, of good character and tempenito hibits, who can speak, read and write the English language. For Information apply to Ilecruitlng Officer, Harnett bldg., Albuquerque, N. M. JjELPJrVA WANTED Experienced saleswoman; ono who can speak Spanish. Apply at Economist. WANTED - Oirl lor general house, work. Mrs. Chalks A. Eller, 217 North Thirteenth. WANTED Competent stenographer. (live references and experience, if any. 1). Ii. J., care Journal. WA XT ED A servant girl to do light bouse work and cooking. Apply at once at 701 South Third street. WANTED Experienced gulcB- women at the Economist. FOR RENT Storerooms. FOR RENT Storeroom and ware house, 601 N. First atreet. Inquire Alhiiqtieraile Lumber Co. MESSENGERS. O. K. PARCEL DELIVERY and Mes senger Service. 218 W. Gold. Phonf 78X. NOTICK I'OIt I'l'UMCATIOX. Department of the Interior. U. S, Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. January 2E. 1913. Notice Is hereby given that Mrs. Texle II. Gould, widow of George T. Gould, deceased, of Albuiiueique, N. .Vf., who, on March 5, 1808, made Homestead Application 07262, No. 9006, for northwest quarter aectlon 6, township 9 north, range 3 east, N. M. P. B. & meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make 5-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before H. R. Whiting, U. S. commissioner, at Albuquerque, N. M., on March 10, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: J. T, Johnston, T. F. Phelan, R. W. Lou don and Mrs. R, W. Loudon, all of Albuquerque, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, jteglster. GUM AND tM A BUNMVS ,... N, 1 vwKWf,, q v j i7;T ; ;:r ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1913. NOTHING Clou fn litiBlnran IoIk. Improved business properly. $j000 4-rootii frame, modern, cement walks, lawn, chicken houses, barn, H. Fdlth St., close In. . $2400 5-rootn brick, modern, sleep- Ini; porch, S. AValter St., corner lot. $18UU S-rooin frame, furnished, bath, electric likiits, near -op; rent $30 a month. !U0. cash. $4000 8-fooin brick, n-odern, hot water heat, well built. Rood porchea; 11400 cash, balance 8 per cent. $4000 "-room bungalow with sleep ing porch, corner lot, N. 11th street, $11100 cash, balance 8 per rent. $18004 4 acres of gooil land, 4 room frnmo house, barn; north of L S. Indian school. JHOXr.Y TO I.OAV. 1IKK IXSUtANCK. A. Fleischer II Smith I'tmrlli SlreH. IMiono 67 I. Next lo roMnf fl v FOlt ItF.NT C-room, iiioderii house, on S. Arno, $:'7.50; water paid. I'fili SAl.lC 4 room, modern bouse, 'i large porchea, lot CUX 14:', at Icsh llian cost. GIERKE, OGLE & D0ANE, Abstract of Tille, l'lro Insurance, ' Surely lloiuls, Surt eying. Office next to Morning Journal. I'buna 138. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. FOlt SALE .Motorcycle, in good or der, cheap, das Plant. FOlt SALE Ui heater, $3; Ice cream freezer. $3; water hose, $LD0; iliHbiM. 1 1 1 E. Iron. FOlf HALE "Hi st Carbon Paper oil Earth," $'J.LTi per 100 sheets, post paid. C. E. McOiiire, Mfg. Agt., City. F lt" SAL10 llou.scliolil furniture; used two months; good its. new. No sick. 104 N. 4th. I'Oll SALi; Hair switches, u II Kliade-j. Prices reasonable. Call between .10 and 12 mid 2 and 4. 20S N. Sixth. Foil KALE llarlty Davison motor cycle; cheap. Good condition. Phone . n , 'i . .... ..,.).. ,oii a ti'..l,... j .ii.ij or nci'iy i.i. c-. i,in. i. Folt SALE Cherry, quince, plum trees; cHrrant, raspberry plants; Pekin duck und Ilarretl Hock egs; young rabbits, lilfll W. MomitaJrMUl. Foil-SALE no 20-horMi'VOwer boil it; one 4-horsepower holier; ono 6-horscpower engine; tine Buffalo meut chopper; one ton refrigerator ice machine; one Ice box, 10x12; one Buffalo scale; ono marble coun ter; one horse, harness end wagon; your own price. Tony Michelbuch, Old Town. WANTED Work; $l.fi0 a day, ex perience. Address Mary Alortelisiin, Old Town postofl'lce. WANTEIi Position of any kind, day or night work, by student. Reply A. I'., care Journal. WANTED Man and wife want posi tion on farm or oilier work. Good references. 022 West Fruit. WANTED Experienced office wom an and stenographer wants regular position nt good salary. Address h. K.. cam Journal. WANTED Position in general store by young man with some experience and fair knowledge of Spanish. Can furnish references. Address liOX 15, Helen, N. M. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTED Stove repairing. W. A. Goff, phono COS. 205 K. Central. Foil" RENT A good piano. Cheap. Phone Slifi. WANTED House building and job carpentry. Barton Keller, 721 N. Eighth street. Phone 1292W. FOR tl.aO per acre, the P,ig Four "30" Gas Tractor will plow your land. Any form of tlactlor work so licited. Virgil II, Campbell, Mountain air, N. M. LOST. LOST Brown and while Hoston ter rier, answers to name "Joe.'' Re turn New Mexico (igar Co. Rewnn1. LOST One" half-breed Jersey cow; sawed off horns; branded P 8 on ide. H. C. Preston, 924 Mountain Road. $5.00 reward. LOST Small mouse-colored dog, pointed ears; answers to name nf Colonel. Reward for return to 423 W. Marquette, between 10 and U 0. in. FOR SALE. I DflDPA II D i 1 STORAGE. LIKE GETTING YOUR WISH. EH, i ii ii ii ii i hi in ill ii r i t t t i t t -. . - n unuunm, uuiil, x ) oALh S-room modern brii k bouse, eastj front, mi tar lint, two blinks from; Central, r.u font lot. This Is a snap for JJ.JUO, terms Porterfield Go. FIRE INSURANCE and LOANS 116 West Gold. MONEY! to i,ox ox cm ricori my. $:!,00.IMI $.',.'illU mi $2,000,110 $ 1 IilMI.IIII $1,000.00 $fi0U.00 For rent J-ioom UnlveiBlly, $. - cotbigu near THAXTON & CO. 211 W. (.obi. 'hone BS7. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. EtitiS Folt llATi'JIINO from winter layers Imperial Led Feathers S. C. It. I. Kedsand Ko.val IMue Andaliislaiis, either strain, per 13, $1. Information regarding care of baby chix, breeding of poultry diseases of .same, etc Answers free if yon enclose siif-ad-tlrc.'ised stamped 'envelope.. 'Hie Line Anilalusiaii poultry Yard, box 13 7, Helen, N. M. l (.(;s ion iiMt iiiNti. From the following breeds, founda tion stock as good as the country pro duces: White and lirown Leghorns, Rose and S. C. R. I. Reds, Plaek Mi norca, P.lack ljingshans, While Rocks and I : ii IT Orpingtons, (liy or ders, $1.00 per setting 113); outside orders, 10c per i gg, cartoned. White Orpingtons f Kelierstrnus) and Parreil Rocks (273-egg strain), city orders, $2 per setting, outside orders, l.'.e per egg, cartoned. Orders of 100 eggs or more, 10 per cent discount. Mammoth liron.B Turkey eggs;' 20c each after March 1. A few good cockerels for sale at reasonable prices. Our Spe cialty. Strains thai lay, and they are llio ones that pay. Visitors always welcome, Yortis for eggs, eggs, eggs, the year around. lOKAL I'OI ll'KV KAXCII, I'lit.ne UaK, Itoi (I2, Old lliiiiiiciiiie, Xew Mexico, 'j'HEV LA A', they win, tney pay. Won four firsts, one second, at stale fair. 1911; six firsts, two sieconds, la 1 2. R, C. R. ' Reds, Mottled Anemias, S C. AVhitii Orplngtmis, Puff Orpingtons, Silver Laced W'jant'ottes and I. It. fluck. Eggs and eliieks for Rale. We also do custom hatching. I E. Thom as, P. O. Rox 111. 717 E. Jlazeldiiie. FOR SALE Eggs for hatching from li...... .,1 s! f W f lri.il. I't.itl iii.'I uur .i "I ... . . ... -.,....r' S. C. R. I. Reds, li. Plymouth Rocks and S. C. I!. Miiiorcas. Our stock Is the nest laying strain, especially lor wun er layers. Fertility guaranteed. Pullets commence laying at five months. Win. Iliei, 413 W. 'Atlantic Ave. Phone 14S3W. I( I I! TORK AMI COCKERELS. 240-egg Mainly Lee. , , , $ I 5.00 1 40-egif Mainly Leo.... 12.00 150-egg Model 12.00 Wo are busing larger miiohliifn to fake care VP our many orders. White Wyandotte cockerels, $3 ami $2 each. (.KXTIIV'M POULTRY HX('II, Phono 1,V(i-l. Norlh Fourth i SL FOR " SALIC Eggs for hatching from thoroughbred R. I. Reds, VV. Orpingtons und W. Rocks. $3.00 per 100; $1.00 per sett lug. 413 S. llroad wiiv. Phone 1 M ii W. Ft.iR SALE S. C. Ruff OrpliiKton eggs for hatching, $1.50 and $2.00 per setting of 13: Dean's slock. Also few cockerels Tims. Isherwood, fiOU John St. Phone 454. FOR SALE Eggs for hatching .rim single and rose comb R. I. Reds, the famous A. A. Carver Red Farm strain. J. O. Brangle, 609 N. Rlghih. FOl SAL E I n 1 1 y chicks and eggs for hatching from S. C. White, Ruff and lirown Leghorns. M. K. Hunt, 721 8. Edith. Phone 121 6 J. FOR SALK Kkks for hatching, single comb White Leghorn and slnglo comb Hlack Minnrcas, 721 West Silver or jiine 280. SCOOP? it Pliek house, in ally lo w. with 8 looms. Minleiti. witli hot wa ter heat, In a fine Ineiiinii in the Fourth ward, and will bu fold at once. $:'.IMi0 4-iooni lilck bouse on Ninth Fiwhtli sliect.. lad f.'ix I NO feet; fine fruit and I'.U'.e shade trees. This house bus modern Improveiiieuts und Kill be sold nt a baigaln. 10 Dunbar's loans a rim: ixm itAxcii 1 324 Wixt (.old. (Corner of Third.) $3,000.00 '. n bii-ine-s, netting on an atcr. ago or t;',oo per mouth pmlil. Worthy of linesilyaliiiii. Party bating til mill niiist m II, See? THOS. F.BINKERT l,OAS AMI l llli: IXsl'IIAXCI'. till Soiilli Third Street. FOR RENT Rooms. Foil LENT Furnished room, mod ern. 21S S. Walter street. FOR RENT Furuit.lied roomi; mod ern no aick. Apply 5JISV4 W.Central.. ItTli RENT Rooms, furnished, ttl Hotel Denver. FcH KENT An elegant front room at 4 IB N. Fourth St. For RENT Ijuge Hotel. front loom. Slate Foil RENT Nieclv liiini ed moms. 2l."i Nmih Seventh. Full RENT I 'urnr lied looms, board if desired. 422 W, Mar quette FoR RENT Rooms, furnished, iimil ern; ceiilially Ini uleil. li I I W. ,'ilver. Phone HM2; iilsn barn to lent. FoR RENT Nicely fiiinisbi In. ui 'op- rouni; board if de.siicil. l-l W per. For KENT Large ed licilro. iq silita! men In private hiuin 1 7 il I 1 1 F. NT T w i modern liirnish-iji- for t" o gciitle . rn2 S. Arno. nice furnished rooms for llghl housekeeping. Also 4 -room house, unfurnished. 521 W. Silver For 'RENT Nicely furnished fronl room with bath. Excellent location. Hoard II desired, liiwile family. No. 23 3 North IMmIi St. FOR RENT Apartments." FOR RENT Modern furnished and housekeeping rooms, week or mouth. Westminster. I'hotie 1073, "FOR RENT Nicely luiiilslied 1, 2 n nil 3-rooin u pa it mints for light housekeeping. "The Englewood," Strong block. Second and Copper. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. FOR SALE Fine Jersey rmv, 1201 E. Central. Foil "SALE 'oilie pups, at The Mint, 2H"i South Second street, Foil SALE Yearling Jersey heller, a Komi one. son .south Edith. l'oi SALE Can Miies; St. Andrea Second St be.irer sinters i:i(i FOR SALE A horse ami surrey. In quire 114 W. Copper or 919 N. Fourth. liiR SALE EgKS for Fialelilng from S. C. R. I. Reds. 522 S. Hl'iiadway. Phone Jr.r.2,L For" SALE White Leghorn cocker els, W, o. Peek, phono 144UM; or iiins. lsheruiiiid, One. John J-t. FOR SALE Ruby chicks, 10 cents; sale delivery guaranteed. Paul Yel lon. Eldorado, Kan. FOR SALE I stiff orpinglon eggs for hiitcliing; also n u IT orpinglon cock erel. 130 1 W. Fruit. Phone 150. FOR SALE Driving horse, gentle fur any one to ilrite; city broke; A-l saddler. 'all at 325 N l'lf2h' Ei ii ;"s.5ii) tic each, prize. winning Columbian W.findnHs, 11. orping lon, VV. LcKlinrii, I!, Rock, L, A. li' hliulsnll 1201 S. E.lilh. I 2O0J. y, i KALE Kelleislraiiss strain, White otidnglon aiiil Apache strain. R. 1. Red cockerels; very line, $5 each. Orpington eggs for hutching, 15 cents each. M. G. Pi'owne, Maiidaleiia. N. M. FOR SALK liens and cockerel. Rose Comb White Orpingtons. $15 prize winners; aiso While Wyandotte cgg;s, $1,50 per 15; best layers, proven, winning 2nd in t world contests. J, Mi Cook, 1210 N. i'ilUi, 44 - N A WANTED Pianos, household gnml-i, etc., stored mtfcly at riasminlie rates. Adtanoes tiiuile. Phone n The Security Warehouse & litipmte t nt-ii ( Co. Ofllees: Rooms 3 and 4, i Ira nt block, Third atrcct and Centra; . eni ii. LOTS or Ml's I HEAP. ii'iv goiNl cnriii-r In ilie I'mirth waul, Ji.'i.MI: three isuncr lots mi nniili I 'Ii -t stiisi, piiif only flllMI; a lew n lii (be cn-lein iiiblitlnii cry nit. MHialie. Mct l.n.HXX . DI XTI K, 210 West (.nlil. FOR SALE Real Estate. WRITE Gulf Coast Land to., Tcplo, ld Mexicn, fnr agl li iilttll.it lini. stock land and mines. Glass given tear round; elitalloll .1,000 feet; trust unknown. iSEouses. Felt SALE 3-rooiu, iiimlein cottage 1204 E. Central. 1'iiR SALE -At a bargain, rimming house. In splendid loiatinii, well furnished. Inquire li.iiko Music Co., Ill S. Second street. For SALE li -room house, bath. sleeping porch. Admirably nriang 'd for two f.iiiiihes If desired, ao-fnol front; cbli ken house und shells; W lcil Mini. Only 3 blocks from postufflce. A nice linnie, or as an investment fnr rental w ill pay 12 per cent, otviu r bating city ami muslsiil. .l. Matiieiv sun. r. it 7 W. Lead. $1.25 PER WoKD Insetting classified ads In 20 leading papers in the U. S. Semi for list. The Dako Adver tising. Agency, 43,1 Main St., Los An Kiies, or 12 Geary St., San Francisco. WANTED Young man with small capital for gnud Ihisiii. :'s nppni (uni ty. Cull 403 W. Central. FOR SALE Well equipped clgnr stnrn In fine Inciitlnu. Inquire Hub bi r Opt leal Co., 110 S. Second. "We sell Ih" Earth." For bargailis III bniises. bits, ucreagt! or business chances, sen Till; MAV .MEXICO REALTY CO. Ill V. Mher Ave. FOR SALE-Ranches. Foil SALE Sd-iicre, ranch, 7 miles northwest, of Eslaluia ; good loca tion, pearl Lumper, Albuquerque, N. M. FOR HALE OR LKASKISest alfalfa ami truck ranch !n valley; well Im proved, partly slocked. Also city properly; 2-rooin liouso nt 502 Mur bin Ate, F. J. Mr! Mullen, Journal. I'OR RENT fi-room iiiml'in brick, 202 N. ICdith. Thaxlmi A Co. FOR RENT fi-room, modern bouse. 711 AV. Slab'. FolfTt ENT Fu rnishcd house; mod ern. Inquire of Tompkins, tins U'. Silver. WANTED Rooms. WANTED Three large sunny rooms rmt far out. In good . ht. lily and well furnished for light housekeeping. Three adults; no sickness. Address, T. R. S., care Morning Journal. WANTED Dwellings. WANTED A small house or unfurn ished rooms, tdose to poslonieu. J. M. Riirwcll, 4 If West ;old. WM. F. 0HLRAU CONSTRUCTION CO. Gi:.NI RIL CONTRACTORS AND 111 II PI KH AVe buy everything wholesale which enables us ttl make you very low prices. AVe operate our own machinery for making Sash, Floors, 1 rallies, Cabinet work and Ir.terior Finish, either pine or oak. AVe build 4 -room biiiigHlown for $1500.00 and up. We build 5-ruom bungalows for $750.00 and up. These are cozy, stylish houses. Plans furnished free. AVe can build your homes cheaper than any other firm In the city. U you have no money to build with, we can fix you out. Office with City Sash & Poor Co., ;.l:t Soiilli ITrsI Slrcet. SEVEN BY "HOP." Hot Tv. i rem'. op- L PROfESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS WII.SON .V I.Cttlt- At'nl lie:- s Hi I aw Kooiiis lll li i ctouiwtil P.uilibmr lies, phniie 1S22W; tntleo l'btiiia 117 2. DENTISTS int. j. i. kiitn'- Dcnl.il Surgeon Linuns 2-3. 1.. illicit I -lilts. Phone 74 4. Appnintinents Main by Mall. PHYSICIANAiDJURGEONS A. G. MUMtlli; M. II. Ii act li e Limited lo Tuberculosis Hours: 10 to 12 limno 1I7T 22 I W. Central Ave. AU'Uqin 1 que S.init irniiii. Phi'iii M3 W. MTSHFRIDANTlCbr"" Pritctlee I. iii, ii.. 1 to Gcnito Urinary Diseases and Diseases of the Skin The Wassrrmnnn and Nnguehl TmU Salt a rs, in "lim!" Administered CltUena Rank lluililmg Albuquetiiuo Nt w Mexico MIS. Il l I. A IIUil.S Specialists- Eye, Far, Nose, Throat. State National Punk Rldff. Phi. mi 3l9 SOLOMON I . Ill R TON, M. !. Iii h 1 1 i u 1 1 ami Surgeon Phone I7 llarnelt llblg. jvolc -0H?lZsI Mrs. E. L. Bradford Min i; n i.ti ri: 51 W, Gold Phone 1291W CIVIL ENGINEERS DAVID M. WHITE 1 1 il i:N(;im:i:r. (Formerly Territorial Irrigation Kn glnccr of New McaIiii.) Itoom 2, Wlillin.'; Itiilldlog. JAUORS LOUIS C. GIELITZ Ml IK II INT TIIIOH iiiii.IcIk l ine of Foreign Wooleua lioomi 7 mid l, X. T. AnnMo llldg. TYPEWRITERS. UNDI'iltWO' iD TV I'EWRITER CO., 122 S. Fourth street. Phone 174. ALL KINDS, built new and second hand, biiUKht, soli, rented and re paired. Ailiiiqueniiiti Typewriter Ex ehaiiire. linnie III. 321 West (jolil, SUPPLIES fnr all makes. Repairs, etc. Local dealer for U C. Smith. W. C. Heall, 019-523 W, Central, limno 24 2. Albuquerque Trunk I ill-lory 209 S. 2d SI. Phiilm 423 Trunks, Rami II a g s, Suit Cub e s, e t c, made. r palli d and exchanged hip; stall nut tiik hot SPRINGS OF .11 Ml ,, S. M. Leaves A Ibuqui rq no postoftlce dally except Sundays at B a. m. Can carry three passengers at a tlmo. l'irst comes, first served. For tickets apply to (III I NO GARCIA, Prop. 1101 S. Itroinlwry. Phone 11 h ( 1 AKHIMIN, TO PICK A MANIA lrl RAILWAY O. Pcvlscil Time TmIiIo. (Effeclive December 8. llt.) WcNlbouiid. No Class. Arrives Departs 1 California Express. 7:25p 8:10p 7 California Expre-s. 10; I0p ILOI.p 9 Cal. Fust Mull ll:50p 12:4.. 3 Callfomlii Limited. l(i:56i 11: III D Luxe (Thins). 7:60ii 8:00 1 Jlst liolllld. 10 Overland Express,. s:00a 8:25a Z Eastern Express... 3:55p 4;05p 4 California Limited. 6:3;p 6:00p 8 K. C. & Chi. Exi'.. :55p S:45p 20 De Luxe (Wed.)... 9:00p :10p Sotif lihoiiild. 809 EI P. it Mcs. Exp.. l:!0t I5 El Paso Passenger 8:0 811 Pecos Valley Exp.. 7;65 (Over Helen ''iit-off.) Norlhbniiiul. 510 From Mex. tt El P. (LOO 511 From El Paso. . . . I:20p til SI From Pecos 'ully i I liSf