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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1915..
FIVE S0L!l8Il -SrSS ?W WlIMCMSSMEBCOMMiS N BATTLE AND IS HELD WITHIN ' , 7 tzz , ' 1 " ARE NOT ASHAMED German Officer Discusses Psychological Side of Men in Action; Tells of Terrible Strain, (Aaaoclated rrmi Crraanodenc.) ColoKiie, Jan. ID. "Yes. I wept, as po many others hnve done wVpt Without being iislninioil of my tears, or renri'ttinn now that I did weep." Bays an officer with the Germany urmy In l'oland. In dlwwwlnir U'O .iHycltolosirul lde of men In nctloli. llo polntH out that thia u u rule Ih not an outbreak of "maudlin senti mentality," but just a f"i't of physi cal onj iyeholo8leal reaction fol lowing tbo treineiuioiis strain upon body utid mind In a battle. "The. heavy Kuiwlaii batteriea had Thmmi UHinK poor ammunition and many of their pieces had been l lenecd by our fire. We had lieen able, moreover, to weittl KtroiiK foreeM iiKaiiist their entrenched positions mid as llicse advanced, took the JtiisHlau trenches under n lerrlfli; fire with our heavy batteries. Thrro is no infant i y that will withstand ihfNilneclluK of tbo directors, the rMiit of hhock. Hero and there the Husslmm left their trenches, merely to be cut down by our machine guns, or to bo decimated by our shrapnel. Two lajs Without Sleep. "And as this day ended and the flrliitf befcan to weaken, 1 wept. Why, 1 don't know, I lay In the straw and wept. Not because we hud Ruined ri victory those were not tears of joy. There was no occasion for tears of sorrow. It was over quickly! "it Is said sometimes that this is the hoKiuniiK of the end. Hut that, thank Und, was not tho case. I had not slept n two lilKbts. "After 1 had mado nil necessary in Tunnemcnts 1 left the battlefield and rode past smoldering houses and villages toward my iimters. where, without taking off my belt, great coat, or even the helmet, I threw my self upon the straw. I slept from o in the evening- until midnight like one dead. When they finally man HKcd to bring me to my senses. 1 wus absolutely unable to believe that sev eral heavy shells had dropped around the place sheltering us. "A cup of champagne Riven me by n comrade helped me to bring my wils together. After (hut I sat down beside tho others nt the large farm table covered with maps and an over lulive telephone instrument, and fell quite fresh. Intense Nervous KliuitL "I began to gthink of my weeping ppell. Wus it a case of nervous breakdown, or one of unsoldierly Keiitimentalism? I believed in the as little us In the other. - I bad been a witness to tears before. Those who wept them seemed to be as fur re moved form unstrung nerves as they were from silly sentiments. "The experiences of war bring the ological and mental subsidiary func tions .Into sympathetic relations. When one suffers the other suffers. The tension of the mind caused by continuous readiness to uct and the sense of resposibilitv. the hardships undergone by the body the lack of sleep and rest, and last but not least the passions of the battle, the noise und din, the cruelty of war, and who would dare KHtnsay this, the constant recurrence of the fear of death and the worry over the loved ones at home all these are forces so terri ble that in the end they Will shake even the will of the man of steel to Its very foundations. "The causes of tears on the battle field are not connected with traits wo possess in times of peace. Nor bus the personal quality of the man much to do with them. I believe that the tears shed by men on the battle- rinl.l or.. ih- tvnlcnl ex I) less On of a mute tragedy of the soul." Confirmed ly Semite. Washington, Jan. 20. Confirm ulion of the nomination of Henry Clay Hull of Colorado, to succeed himself as member of the Interstate Commerce commission wus voted to day by the senata over vigorous op position from senators who criticised the commission's recent action In grunting increased rate to tho rail loads. m i; t ivvrs ritovix it A Generous Offer. Cut out thin ad., enclose with & cenU to Foley & Co., Chicago, ill., writing your name and address plainly, and receive a free trial package containing Foley's Honey mid Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for kidney and bladder complaints, back ache, pains in joints, rheumatism; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic try all three for 6 cents, tho cost of mailing, sold by Butt's, Inc. Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works Engineers rounders Machinists Castings In T. tj n...... i.uu, iMiusa, oiuiiso, Aluminum. Electric -Motor, Oil Ett' glnea, Pumps and Irrigation. Works and Office, Albuquerque. THE most brilliant writers in America-trie artists whose cartoons and "comics" make the nation laugh are working exclusively for America's Cleverest Weekly Everybody Loves Puck Just for Fun For 40 years this paper nas retained its position as the best all-'round humorous periodical in the country. It Is better now than at any time in its career. 10 cents a copy Ask Your Newsdealer NARROW LIMITS Slight. Advances Are Scored by a Few Shares With Big Jump by Sears, Roebuck; Southern Roads Show Well, Of MORNINS JOURNAL .PICIM. UHII OIHII New York, Jan. U. Prominent Mock moved within extremely nar row limits durlnn todny'H dull and Ir regular Benslon. Cdiiuclluii Mhares, Krifl first preferred. Western Maryland and the southern croup of railroad were up from one to almost two points, ub were a few specialities like American Sugar, licet ritiRur, Western Union, Wcstinhouse and Pittsburgh Coal, prefemd. ears, Koebuck advanced six po'nts. The rise In the shares of the cotton I'oudv was t'lo more. Iuexplicuble from the fact that the Southern rullway reported unlavorable earnings tor L ccmbcr, operating revenues falling: off over $1,100,1100, with u net loss of 1X14,000. I'nion Pacllie, by reduc ing Its expenses, showed a smi.ll net If.iln, while Atchison, regardless of In creased expenses, iiiiulu a net gain of $ii;n,ooo. United Slates Sl.'el was a feature of Interest hcciuise id tho quartorly which was not made public until after the market's close. The Htnti'im-nt slvcs the total earnings of mils' $0, IKSS.l.O for the hut three mouths' of 1!14, the poorest showing In the his tory of the corporation and was ac companied by the nniiouncor.t'iit that It has not been decided t(. suspend dividends on the common rhares. Other news bearing upon tiic finan cial situation included a aii.trp rise In foreign exchange not only 011 London, but on Paris us well, Franco rising to a new high quotation. Tho advance was attributed to purchases of com mercial bills on these centers to meet heavy expenditures In tins country. Trading was slow in London, w here American securities were again prom inent for incir easier tendency. Foreign selling of steel and tip; Pa cifies was reported by local bankiag Interests. The bond market showed more strength than stocks, low priced Issues adding to recent gains. Totul sales, par value, $2,370,000, United States coupons and regis tered 3's M per cent on call. I losing prices: Alaska Uold Amalgamated Copper American licet Sugar American Can American Smelt. & Kcf'ng . . . American Smelt. & Kcfng, pfd American Sugar ltefining ... American Tel. & Tci American Tobacco Anaconda Mining Atchison Maltlmnre & Ohio Brooklyn Rapid Transit California Petroleum Canadian Pacific : . . Central leather Chesapeake & Ohio . SK . &7 . 34 '4 . 62 .102 Tii .107 .120! .230 . 27',i . u . 4Vs . 87 U . 17 U .165 . 34 . 46 V4 . U - 92 U .l-7l, Chicago Creat Western Chicago & Northwestern Chino Copper Colorado Fuel & Iron Colorado & Southern Denver & Rio Grande Denver & Rio Grande, prd. Distillers' Securities Krie Oeneral Klectric 36 26 6, 12 12 23 144 (ireat Northern, pfd 116!a Great Northern Ore ctfs 33 Guggenheim Exploration 51 U Illinois Central 108 lnterboroufih-Met.. pfd 51 Inspiration Cupper 18 International Harvester Kansas City Southern 23', Lehigh Valley , . 1 ( Vi .120 . 66 '4 . 19H . 11 !i . 13 .13" . 47 . 12 . 2U . 54 .102 .106 . 20 , 2 .107i .ir.4 . 17'i, .Ki0 . 21 ., . 1 . .. 87 . 39 ,.134 . .Ul'H . 80 i . . 61 ,.108 . . 54 . . 3 ...63 .. 71 Louisville & Nashville Mexican Petroleum ... Miami Copper Missouri, Kansas & J exas Missouri Pacific AUiionui jiuicua I National Irf-ad Nevada Copper New York Central . . N. Y., N. II. & Hartford Norfolk & Western Northern Pacific Pacific Mail Pacific Tel. & Tel Pennsylvania. Pullman Palace Car Ray Consolidated Copper .... Reading Republic Iron & Steal lioclc Island Co. . . -. Rock Island Co., pfd. St. Louis & Sun Fran., 2nd ptd. Southern Pacific Tennessee Copper Texas Company Union Pacific Union Pacific, pfd United States Kteel United States Steel, pfd Utah Copper Wabash, pfd. Western Union Westinghou.se Klectriu Sales, 144,300. CHICAGO HOARD Of TILVDK. Chicago, Jan. '26. First signs that export buying of wheat had outrun the supply alieady produced, and was irpaltltituT wt oyI summer's crop ! l,iup.HI nlinnl tnilnv thu binhest War ".yvo... . . ........ - - 1 nrices yet. not only for wneat out 101 nil other kinds of grain. July vheaf, the first delivery of the yield of 1915, made a sudden upward leap of nearly five cents a bushel. - The wheat market as a whole closed greatly unsettled at c to 4fii4c above last night. Com gained c to 0'i) c net, and oats, to 2c. The finish in provisions ranged from 7 u.n rinctlno to (in advance of a shade. Short sellers of wheat appeared as If stunned today when word was passed around that thfl sale Of a carso ..r v iQir. rrnn had been made at the seaboard, a transaction so fore handed that there was doubt as to any January parallel.- ' Stampede covering on the part fit shorts in July wheat was at the high est point just before the close of busi ness. The Mav delivery, which nas heretofore been the chief specula tive month took a secondary place to o'ay in regard to the volume of trading but in the last half hour of the ses sion reached a new top level, $146 v, as against $1.46 yesterday, the pre vious war apex.' lief ore the flurry be gan today as to July wheat, the mar ket was a see-saw, prospect of more ships for Argentine acting as an on set for a big decrease of the Europiau visible supply. -Waves of buying carried corn up ward with wheat. The corn murkot was also influenced by reports that Canada was taking large amounts of corn from states northwest of here. Oats as well as corn was Bald to be in active demand by Canada. In addi tion, exporters at the seaboard were. IFOR SALE 3,200 6-room pebble dash bungalow, garage. Highlands, close In. (3,300 5-looin, California bungalow, new, hardwood floors, furnaco, 12. Silver avenue. 3,800 S-room modern bungaUiw fireplace, UOrping porcn; nu a- room bungalow on the rear of lot. KnMn.iln 1v,,ii.th U'firrl. $2,800 6-room modern frame, corner lot, ana -room coiiuge ou sunn iuh J I l(l,Illf.liV4o, Wll V ....... 12,000 New 4-room modern bunga low. Fourth ward. $3,200 6-room brick, modern; Fourth ward, on cor line. $!,750 5-room brick; modern, large basement, corner lot, good location In Highlands; easy terms. A. FLEISCHER Loans l ire Insurance. South Fourth htrcot. 111 tKa.1llu1 nllh Itni- I,,., 3an Una loiwbels. and there were sales of 200,000 bush els here to the seanoarci. Quarantine difficulties made provi sions lower. Tile rrmrkei wr;s steadied however, by shorts covering as a re sult of the bulge in grain. Closing, prices; Wheat .May, $1.4(1 Vi! July, $1. 30'. Corn May, So'.ic; July, ISHic, Oats May, 58V'; Julv, r6,ic Fork May, J1S.87; July, $19. If.. lu rd May, I10.H2; July, 10.!)7. Itib May, $10.27; July, $10.47, MAV YOIIK MOMOY. New Y01 k, Jan. 2fi. Mercantile; pa per, 3 li en 1 per cent. liar silver, 4S7e. ' Mexican dollars, 37',ic. Government bonds, strong; railroad bonds strong. Time loans steady. Sixty days, 2 (f?2'i per cent; ninety days, S per cent; six months. 3't iv3j per cent. Call money steady. High, 2 P'T cent; low, l?i per cent; ruling rate, 2 per cent. NliW YOHK I'OTTOV. New York. Jan. 20. Spot (inlet; middling uplunds, $8.50. 2,100 bales. colt m Bales, IX)MH) WOOli AlCTIOXS. London, Jan. 20 The 10,500 bales offered at the wool auction sales to day were readily cleared at a further improvement. Alerlnos are now from 6 to 15 per cent above the December level, owing to the increased demun.1, which Is due to the difficulty In ob taining direct Imports mid the fact that licenses are being grauled more freely. Americans look u fair amount of suitable grades und home traders were eager buyers of crossbredii, which are from 3 to 10 per cent over the December average. LIVESTOCK MAKKCTS. Kansas City Livestock. Kansus City, Jan. 26. Cattle Re ceipts, 10,000. Market steady. Prime fed steers, $8.50 fa!). 00; western steers, $7.00 8.40; calves, $0. SOW 10.50. Sheep Receipts, 9,000. .Market strong. Iximbs, $8.00fii 8.60; yearling $(1,7517.60. Hogs Receipts, 15,000. Market lower.- Bulk. $(t.5etr-.J ti; 'heavr,- $ 60 'a 0.70; pigs, $(.00 (b 0-50. Chicago Livestock. Chicago, Jan. 26. Cuttle Receipts 6,00". Market slow. Native steers, f5.t0 9.25; western steers, $5.10!jj 7.50; calves, $7.25 U 1 0.50. Sheep Receipts, 1 2,000. strong. Sheep, $6.00M.80 $7,404 8.o. Hogs Receipts. 49,000. Market lambs. Market dull to 15c under yesterday's average. Hulk, $tf.5Cry6.7:i; heavy, $6.25(fi 6.70; pigs, $5.25f 7.00. Denver Livestock. Denver, Jan. 26. Cattle Receipts GOO. Market weak. Deef cattle. $6.25 hv7.50; cows and heifers, $5.25410.75: Blockers and feeders, $0.50ij 7.50; calves, $8.00H 10.00. Sheep Receipts, 1,000. Market steady. Lambs, $7.75 bp 8.10; ewes, $4. 75 5.25. Hogs Receipts, 1.600. Murk"', lower. Top, $6.75. Hulk, $6.406.65. GENERALS YIELD TO PETITION OF ( Ahmii lulril I'ri.M rrrpniniiltn'.) London, Jan. 23. The sudden Ser vian right-about face, which trans formed seeming defeat and rout Into victory and the recapture of Bel grade, was ordered by the Sorvlan staff as a result of the pleading of a committee of private soldiers, ac cording to letters just received here. "When the Servlun retreat began in November," writes an officer who was present at tho recapture of Bel grade, "and we had to abandon town after town before the vastly superior forces of the Austrluns, there was great discontentment throughout the rank and file of the army. When the heart of Shumadia Mas reached, sev eral regiments were actually on the brink of mutiny. "Then one regiment sent a depu tation of private soldiers to the com mander to urge the retreating Tac tics be -abandoned. They argued and pleaded at greut length With the general stuff. 'These are our homes. they Insisted, 'and We must defend tlietm If the Austrjans are to take these, let It bo over our dead bodies. We cannot retreat any further .' . "Before they left headquarters, they i,ad k 1 vailed, arid they return ed to their regiment with the assur ance that the retreat would be Im mediately stopped. , 1 . PesiKTate Hut IntUiisJve lighting. "That very night the. fighting be gan. No quarter was asked nor given, and the toll of dead, both Austrian and Servian, was terrible. Worst of all, the lighting, despite all our ef forts, was indecisive. "Then it was that Prince Alexan der and General Putnik decided to put into execution a plan they had conceived some time before. Unex pectedly old King Fetcr appeared in the trenches. He spoke to the soldiers aa ii they were children; he told RANK AMD FILE FOE SALE BARGAINS Five-room modern house, on cur line, good location; easy terms; snap for $l,li00. Four-room house, S-room house with sleeping porches. ' Hoth for $l,:00; $400 cash, $.'1 per month. Owners of both DIODcri iesi leaving city and must tell, PorterfiieM C. RIAL I8TATB FIRS INSURANCE -LOANS. 215 W. Ct'.J them stories of Servian prowess In the days of old; he declared his In tention of lighting by their side. " 'Here, my children,' he said, 'we must defend our country, our homes, our Holds. He who cannot or will not finht to the uttermost should leave the ranks and throw away his gun. He lias my permission to return home. Here In these trenches every man must bo the bravest. (Mir lives are nothing, but let us sell them dearly.' "The quiet eloquence of Hie old king ulMnjs created great enthusiasm among the men. .Not a man hut was stirred, and when the order came to advance, the Servians threw them selves upon the Austrlans nVrecly. A few moments before the battle was to begin the soldiers were praying fervently. Then they advanced sing ing and cheering, and the Austrian)! gave way before that-onslaught." 3ERMAN UNEMPLOYMENT BEING RAPIDLY REDUCED (AMMM-latrd I'rf rorrtviiomlru-.) Berlin, Jan. 11. - When the Berlin city government several days ago of fered work for l.uou men In clearing the streets of snow, only sixty men ap plied. In the whole empire the nunir her of persons out of employment was reduced In November and ut the end of the month was only about one third as great us at the end of Au gust, Wh llo labor conditions have Im proved It is observed that the number of unoccupied flats and stoics in (Irtatcr Berlin Is steadily increasing. This is especially the case with the larger flats and with small shops for the sale of food and other articles of ordinary household consumption. It is expected, too, that u large number of larger flats will be vacated within the next three months. KF.KFIXG IX (i(M)l) CONDITIO Many people suffer from indigestion and constipation and do not know It. A feeling of dullness and languldn.'ss, bitter taste in the mouth, headache, bilious fever most of those con-ll tlons when you "are not eiclc, but don't feel right" can b traced to sluggii-h bowels and torpid liver. Foley Ca thartic Tablets cleanse the system, arouse the liver, banish Indigestion and make you "feel good all over" . light, energetic and ambitious. Sold by Butt's, Inc. ITEIP WANTFD. Mule. VVANTKU lritii ninuldt'i'K. Albuqucnine Kmintliy ti- Muchlno Work LKAitN uultmobll' rrpulring drivliiK " up-tM-dutn cuta; elect rival, civil friKinrer InK, Burveyinn; mcthoOn rnont practical; room and bnurd while InarniiiK; many poal tlom socurctJ: audsfartlon kuuimhummI; ch!h l"ff free. Nat tonal gelioul uf ICiiKlneerlriff. 1 1 f Went Rventh, AiiRflos A N'i'KI VituiiK man ictt nmn j tsim nf utfi (i ri'llcci ami Hfll, nhtMiliI luive Iioirc and Wiiwm t't rt ov-r tcirftory properly and nmut fuinlsh f trt-r1uH nf t'l'oin'tn. tSplndid opportunity for t hp right mun; noim olhur need atulj Hf iiki-c Strwlnjf Machluo i'o.. 214 . Hwulti Hfi-nid utrppt. I in ale. VV A NT K I Sh I"-IhM(' 1 i iNrii wit Id Hp VA NTKU llll 1 for Kt'IK'1-ul liUM'WM k. li'tH Knt Iron n'PTnr' WANTKI SalPHtnon. M'l'JdlOMJlOlf Huh'Diiuin to hi' 1 1 our tint) uf iiMilnr pilcrd lares nud t'lnlnnlih il. n lilrtinl tirtnriitniun lntH tt m(nliiint8 In KutihHH, X(di umI.h, Oklulmmn, N'W Mi-x-ho imd Arizona. AddrcrtH with full Infor tuiUI"ii Hi Hi ltrtlift'M. iJHvi-t lniMMti.-rii of Kurt-p.'iui l.H't-i1. 1 '.tliun, Tps. WArr:iwiNNii.hiii. OUOU lit undi y ami Iiuuba worker waiitw Work by riuy, Addi't-HH Uuod Wmkcr, at Mtn'tiltif? .Iniirnal, WANTK1.) I'uttlliDit tm littUHi-kf-t-iHi', elm in -liRiinuld or spunmlreHd, Would leuve touh. Addrrf M A. It , rum Journnl. U ANTI;L I'onliioii by lady w ho ih a pl uniKt, Malu<idv v'h Home kmmlodKO if bookkeeping Would connldcr pool lion In doctor's office. H.. .louniHl. WANT Kl) Hit uulioim by o covi m'IIc, healthy younn imn, one iimrrh'd; t-uu UprHk RpMUlnh. ( iol MulMNincn. n t Ncc torn, HolicitoiH, Now on Mm rond, but U its Bta-tl'tnm-y po-oilfiief. II., Journal, 2 WftyYi'M Iwol lanrowa. W ANTl-U) We buy old void and auver. Bcnnelt'H, l-'nurth find Hold. CAKl'KT aKAMNi!, furnituiu Qinl tuve repairing; W. A. loff, pbona IHH. V A N'Fk i H a li i K by tho day. Phone HUU. Mm. Robert h, .in' North Hlxlh ulrret. PIANOS" pollNluai for H fi oin now until February 1st. Phono 1 8Hti. JU'iumlt & MfQucrry, LAUY would Kfvr wfn Iccb fn itilurii for board and room lit idee home. AUdicsi Il'iT 15, .louriiKl. MOVKU from lii-aJ wk,v ana LVnUul to building oppoKfie UlKhluud IIruho. Hliull 8r Mpvcr Hhoc Mvp. t'UiHT CliAS.S Aiio'i b un hiiiudti'MH dcHii t'H a few mor mo-hhiKH. ,Ail work Kiiarun tt'C(I BJltlKfHI'lMlV 1 1 1 Kn"t ( obi tticniic. W'ANTKl' To ptji-baitu tli-rlib: IikIU mid ico plnnt In K"i' town. Addrcnn U IT, C K'2 Knti.' Poplur Kirci-t. Kitn Antonio, Tvx. Wlbb HVT OH KXCHANCJK New for seo-ond-hand furilluroi For th ftoxt ilxty davs the Solllo-PeteM Kurnltur company will pay tho highest cash price tor second hand furniture, or eohangi nw for aatne. 2 Houth Heeiifirt etreeC lJhone ia. WIS Ihj accordion and nlde pleating; rim dresHUiaklng. Uillorod dreiiiei, lulti, mim ra no. 21 ft N or t h Hf vrtil h nt rert. I 1 24 1 . Cra LOST. UOrlTA HlKl'V lil'-yi-le. UlnK fink, clurU gi-rfn. Tinder pioax rotuni to il wuutu Knennd trci.t. Itwnril. MJT-K A tiatinlt.V ln. wti Hllh n-rlB anil "till' dluiii'.iuiK: niuno B. C, SIukIh ton nil bark; reward. Hi.tuili In Aiigclur hun.. . LOST ll'uinil iiup, bUik nml while iH bljik Mirta : e-ullar with laillix-k: rr wtit. liclurn lu ir nullfy I.'. ll..rkintnuith, Jl West sama It avenuo. E?01E SALE The entire stock of Drugs and Druggists' Sundries of Frank N". Rogers for sale. In ventory nt my office. J. B. GOOD, Trustee 224 West Gold Avenue. EASY PAYMENTS Good level vacant lots, close to shops, some with fruit, sonm with a 1 1,1 If;., nil level and with acequla water. Just tho thing for the man who wants to have a Harden and cut his living expenses in lutlf. $125 Bud $150 per lot ami any kind of terms. Ilhsistoifii & Cp til W. Gold. Will ItFNT Rooms. urlh. FTTTn is 1 1 I UiKimtH NmiIIi Hi.y,.nlll. lull lti:.Nl Mmlxrii noiu. tliun Ileal; in mek. r.i'S'j Wi-it Central. Cult HUNT Mi sunny mem, alurtilnit P'Teh fcnd lumrd. 4'.'3 Wpl MnrqnMi. li'viu Ki;.N'l' .Vii'u f urtilili'U tiMini In pi I- vatfl family. Cpnli-ully loeitU-il. 31U Ninth Sllli. l-'Ut ItK.ST -'lilr f uvninlleil Itiultia fer lixhl hi.ui. lii'i'iiln ff. Din North Fnurth atr...t. KlICAM II I ; A f la plfawint Uww Uuya (lit ii ruuiii ut tho Uuiid I'euttul. 12.50. Il.tltt. 14 no a wock. Soiilh Y'OH KKVI'-l-ul-litMlii'd iiiiiiu. wltll hual. 4U Ki.llth Koruiith. Kult IlKNT Itimiii. fur IikIiI liouiki''i- inn: tin nii-K. in Wi.t tiniii. l't.)tt ItlONT Two IimiiInIi.-iI ruoiiia tor gun- ilmrn. Irt. Ill Weal (li.l.l. li'l llMHIIi:!) JtoOMS 1 1 . . t wntor hint; mi ali-k. in chllilrtin 414 WVat Htlvpr avenitw. t'Olt HtiNT iliiuittket.iliiff ronm. and fur nlNlit'il cottuicp., .leruina; porchva. 111 Went rrtpl. Illglllanila. 1-ull HK.N 1 Kurnlalmd ruuma. (II Huuili Wnlt.r. HIiiniB SOS, l-'iill UI-N't'Tivti II..MHM t'tirniMliftl lur hi.u.'U..ilnr 4111 H.nitli Fillth. 'nil IlKN I ..It'i n l.'m lit't-il i imiiii, wlih alii'iiliiK pi.ri-h. Mai, E, Out ml, Ft'H UKNT'I'wti rn.iin. ami .tfvplnn piiri'ti, fiirnlahnt. I.'4 Kmitll Wnltir. I'h.iMK l7 l-'Ull jt.).N T Tln-.-n nr four rooln ftirnl. li nt cnmplrtn for hnimekrpplfiK; atm-pltif pori'h. No alrk. Iti? final. I'cnlrat. WH IlKNT Two inoilei'tt lurnlahed loom. with aleoiilna; porehea for lllit houan Iteepliig. .Mmly t'JI Honili Wnlter atreet. FOB HKX'f Two f iirnUhe.t room., InrKS aterpliiff porch, with u. of kitchen, bath, eUctrle llKhta, tilepliotte, and fuel for rook ing. I.IOli'l a month. 110 Roulli Walnut atreet. H.liololi.ii rr t. terln n aiinnturlmn. VOn ltKMTDwelUngn. "lorthT Kent ltl-;. I'Mi-e lluee room liouw. lu good repair. 1U15 North Uiijhlh, VS. 00 per month. Inquire 10J1 Forrealer avenue, C. A. Wlllmarth. Full HliNT to; West (Irniille, Ihree room brick cottage, llaa range; water paid. It. 'nt. 113 SO: no Invalid. Key at 1007 North Konrth atreet. Ft hmmii:i r,-i ern Apply .'iti ioiii brli k eloao In, mud' South Seventh atreet. Full lltO.vr T-ro-iin nioitern a pari ineiil : alvatn held, Modern colluKi'a. 4 to t roonia; aiime furnlvhed. V. II. MiMllllon, HI 1 Weal "lol'l Mouth. V'On ItFNT Cozy cninfm Ulilo home, beat rualiUnee illatrlil: coinpiitcly ftiriilnlieil; I.... n....l..r,. A.o.W III! tHimt ei.-,ioiis ,i...... .....v...... ... -. Writ Central avenue. Illgliltinda. Flill HUNT Three-I m houae, fullilalied. 7:Mi lOnat Hiintil l'"e. Phono f, '. M. Full UKNT -Moili'ili lliree-loout h"ime Hllh IthiHHed ah-cpliiK iiorrh, f ilt'lilaheil. Ill- quire I 'I"! Kouth Walter. F'llt llli.NT Olio-lmlf of doooie linuae. two room, and alcoplng porch. furnlHliiol ror hoii.ikei'piiKt. Uiul Houth Waller. Phone. Full lll'iN T Fm:-rooin modern collage. Heat locnlloll In ItlKlllnllllH. one Idook ftotit enr line. No eli It. I.111K1' yard niol IrocM, Cull ;il'i K..il!ll I'-iIIIIi or plione ll'.Si.l. U.ncrtil. Foil J: 1' Very do-up. nine-iooui mod cm limine, one acre ground, .plriulid orchiird und gulden, on cur line, Iniulre fit 11 Weal I 'en I nil. 1XH RKNT Itoom Willi Dimrtl, orlh. ItuuM and board with aiceidng porch or telit cnllHge. Pfaff. Hunch for health- aeekma. Ph. I.MHiW. Free conveynncea. ROOMH (Ml CO'I TAt.lKM Willi lioald, at I kliart ranch. Counlry life, with city convenience.,. Mrs. W. II. Heed, P. 1(188. Kouth. KXi'HI.I.K.NT taldn board and nicely fur nlaltnd rooiiiB with hot and cold water In every loom, fill! Weal Uold avenue. Under new mneneement. Highland. liUAKIi;l(M Nice liomii cooked Mr. Ilolohan, !IS Boulh -Walter, TAlil.li HOAItU $" 00 per wed, Itoom. and aleeptng porehea. mil wouin Minn. von IlKNT Off Ion Iloonw. Foil HUNT office.. Apply t. A. Macpher- .loornai orriei Full ItlCNT-Hmall officii oppo.Hu Crjatttl theater. M. P. Ht.inm. JcQJtJUiNT I'Oll IlKNT Good barn, oorrugalea iron roof; .ultubla for garage, or cun i. u.sa fur hora. Anplr ilS Waal Lead avenua IOItKAM--LP Foil HAI.lv Voiiug Juraey cow, fresh lu three week.. lniillre ail.. Weal Murine. Full PA 1.13 F.g. chick.', ten vullellea. Erlnndaon. U'Ol South Fdllh. Ph. 12'iu.f. 1SOOS for hatching from Hlue lllblion win-1 net., H. t;. It. I. Hcd" and Plymouth I flock.. W. Hlctr. 413 W. Atlantic. P. 14:tW, BliSHHlNkl Huff orplngtolia. ltga, 11.00, 13.00; li.OO per fifteen. The kind that lay, win and pay. Vl.ltor. welcome, I.. II. Morgan Ik Hon., Cl Houth Arno. i'lion. 1871 THKlf LAV, they wim tney pay. At tha .u 1 . nmillr. .hni In aniithwaal In 114, .lata fair, AlhuqtioT'iua, atata poaition, Jioaweii; r.i t-nao r.'iiiiii nii"-i our bird, won forty-five Blue.; American ..!, lunnlaiion 10 .old medal', five liver medal., two allver cupa and twenty- five otner .imcmisi over ii..o.., ... Bed. both comb.; Orpington., both whlta and 'buffs; White Leghonia. Anconat and Indian Itunncr ducka. Htock egg. andohlck. for .ale. U K. Thomoa Poultry Tarda, 117 Bait Haaeldlna gvenua, Albuqueniue. EM SALE A COZV HOMi; 4-ROOM BRICK DWEI.UNO ON A 50-FT; LOT, HAS HATH, Kl.KCTRIC LIGHTS, FANTKY AND ol'THOl'SKS, $2(it) down, balanck k.ahv PAYMKNTS. IN 4TII WARD. F. E lent & Co. lteal F.stule and Insurance Agents 112 South Third SI. f:,(NNi iiiy IT. k0 s.ro runvli S nilln .utli uf town. 115 ! ,. uiul. r da. h. 1J in slfiilrs, baUnvu net giiIUvuUhI; sit fritc.-il. F. f. TROTTER IK Vint Uulil AVrnur. Rhone 236. Home Rhone 1294W 1(111 HAIR Wneilwnrklnv miii'htnrv, two herans, taml akiii, blo.'k nation, biitmy. timl. pfflc f in 11 n 111 ... crulrr and plantar rr trramlt, rtc. J. 11. conn, orrtr ii't wmt ouiu av. riiim si. saloon ion s :. Olio uf IipsI RiiIimiiim III tln rilv, KlIOll llUHllll'HH, llfHl lllllltlllll ill ilty; iiitiMl Mill tiulrk It ut nil. MTV ltlvM.TY CO., I'lKUlo Till.' 115 Hi. Hih'iiiiiI St. Kolt rAl..;-UhimI hh i ill;. luiaiiH-Ha nnrl nia rlilni. atiop: line Im-uttim. lir Mill Irtiitn fur farm Mi i.'ity. nimirit r,ri'rr.'il. hIui nlniiil "n iiihi. Aildrraa 1'. II, lira Vtia, i.iU'11 rti.rn, ("nllf. lilMlMxs oi'coieti mtii;h. iSpivliil HiiPcaliiH. 4 lot. and linpriiviin(.niK, Cut! b miile Into pioiiiin.nt uualtiiaa nortu-r, Un. blink from the atrnily btialnia. coiur uf llio illy. I ' in 1 1 I'Vbruaiy l at. only l-'O.hlio; former prlc. aakxil I'JO.UUO, 1 Iota and Improvement., fine nuilnra. In. ration on Copper avenue, iiiuir buaiiieaa center of III. city. MkHJ feet. 111111 Kelirnury lat, only fUuuu. W or III I1C.0V0. I c-liolea realilenea lut Ini'tuillnir corner on 'I'ljerii. avenue, 11 mnft ai latoeratln realdence aei'ttun. l:ntll February lat. only ll.titiu. KornuT aelllni pitta IO,lllU. 3 flno hualnena Iota on Coi.per avenue, he l we. in I'ouilli and rtrtli alreet. ( : 1 1 1 1 Fi-bruiity lat, only ;l.2i. Wurlli 4,oo. fine loll anil pretty law flve-rouin and lntth, cement blork. atrlclly mudern cottutfo, ooHtliHt t-.ttuo, on t.n-foot cor nrr on Krult avenue. L'titll l''olituni-y 1.1, only I.MUU. .Tallmutvd valua 11,300. -lota and l-rooin lirlek houan In most fflHliloimlilB eenter on Clipper avenue. Until February lat, only 4,0U0. I-'uniier pi h o a.keU 3,U0O. 1 corner lot on Houlh Broadway, three hlocka from Central avenue., with ala room li'iuac l!ntll Kebruury lat, only ll.hov. Former prloa aekuU f'i,IoO. S very de.lrabl. re.ldenca loll Miiniiii-tto and Eleventh .trcet. Addliion. I'ntll Feliiuaiy lat, 11,100. Worth 1. 600, corner 1'erua only A flna warehoum or factory .tt, clo.a tn. w ith rnllroad front ne and .Idetrack. fiOnsil feet. I'nill February lit, only II. SOU. Heal valua I'J.OiiO. 4 aplendld re.ldenc lot. In Peifeclo Ar niljn Urother.' Addition, one blink from New York avenua car lino. Until l'Vb ruury lat, only l-'OII euiii. Former tell ing' prk-, j:.0 eaih. 1 aniall rntich or country hnnif .tte. II 1-4 aercH, iteRr Indian .eliooi; flna automo bile, road tn city. Hull a. film a. any In the volley. .Until February lat, only 700. Worth 11.000. IMM IKK I. K. II. HI I I I ItM, IIIIOMS S-1, ilU.ir N.MItl.NAI, HANK lll.lXi. 8AM-IIoiim. Ftitt HAI,t.:un tlie monthly payment plan, new alx-room hoiiae, Phone I.Mihw. Full MAI.Ii Clunay (.California bungalow, new and modern, hardwood floora. Bea P. K, Mi'Canna or Porierfleld Co. Full HAl.l'J H-rooiu brick collage, modern, furulHhcd or unftiriitahed. (loud burn and outbuilding.; all new. North High Ht. Full HA 1.14 Hemn-rof.111 hnun, birgo gl.Naod-lu .hieping porch, furnni:e, every tiinvcuiem-t; weal end near paik. Aditrcsn X. M,, ciu .loiirnal. Full HALF-- M,;;ihi, li.irgaiu cut 1 1101 dloai v. llo you wuul 11 nomiilolcly fululi.lied mod crii I10111", well louiliil In Ihu lowland", II lulol'iwliol pllolle owio-r, llo. Full HAI.K-Al 11 ii. 1 nice lor Ihu a I. ao day. only: Ten-mom modern home, -Bleeping porehea. An eiirnliig propo.lt ion. Wllhln S blocks Cenlral Ave,, !' til aldu. 'l,fj')0; lerma tn ult. P. ). llox 41 S 4, City. VOIt WAtiCc Itonl 12si'l. Foil HA l.l: --Five cholco Iota In I. una Park Addliloii. Hc M. I.. Hchitlt, room B, Willi Ing hullilliig. Phona Bio. Full HA 1. 10 Four lota, two houaea, olio 4 rnm. onn fl-rooini good porchc, plenty nf ahailn. Heat bmuulii lu tha city. Cun bn hail for .', ono or lcn. Addle. C. 11., cur Journal. Colt KAI.I'. MIsi.IIhii'iiiw rtm HAI.M Fertlllaer. phon. IHHW. Full Hah-A iieeT piano, tiioap, III! Wet Marquette, avenua. I'Oif BAl.Ts Underwood typewriter, good order, I'l'i. 116 Hcond .Ireet. phona 7,'tl. Kdlt HAI.M A l-'O-cgg Miindy l.ee liicului tor, a I moat new. Cheap. 303 Wot Jln-el-dtno it-eniie. FOIl HAMS Klecttlo wuahlng miichlmi, c ccllent condition. Apply 1114 Weal Cen tral avenue, , Full H.M.I'j-Flftcen-hoi'acpowiir Fulrbunk Morao oil engine, No. 4 American centri fugal pump. Hollt In good cundltlon. J. II. 11.. Journal offlc. MlMi;V TO I, OA N on .alailea, lioliaohold good, and llvoalock, without removal, Union Loan Co.. room 11, over tint Na tional bank. Ho. n. l-t. U'X.AIi KOT,r,:s-. MI'l ll K it) It l-llll.K A I ION. Department of the Interior, JJ. 8. Lund Of fice at Hanta Fe, N. M., .Ian. 13, 11115, Notlco la hereby given that Antonio Oon r,alc, of CMbero, N. M., h i, on July 17, loll, iniiile II. B. No. 0tr.i"i4. for Int. I and 7, Hccllon 4. Townahlp 5 N.. Itange I W., N. M. M.rldlan, hu. filed notice of In tention to make tlireo year, proof, to ml, lull claim to the land above dccrlhed. before Charle. Neuatadt, U. H. comml.alon r. at C.runt. N. M on the S.rd day of February, ll'ITi. Claimant fiauie. a. wltneaaee: Ttoblnaon Karaalno. of Cubero, N'. M ; Mar.HlIno Oun talea. of Cubero, N. M ; Juan Lucero, of Cubero. N. M. ; Julio Montanlo, ut cubero, New Muilco. FH.VNC1SCO DELOAPO. ltcg later. Alliii'liierinie Morning Journal, Albuquerque, N. tf, la Ymm MONKY TO LOAN ON 1)1 A JtO.NDS. WATCHEd AND JEWF.LRY. Money Saving Prices on FNK EDICEM El) GOODS New Location BARNETT BUILDING: 202 West Central ACME Cleaning and Pressing Co. 1ISI South Third St., t'tionn 763. Men' Suit prwd' 40 Mini Sum ilatn d nd pr.Kxcd 75 I. allies' Hulls pressed "5 I.ttdlea' Suit! clruned itud pri'im,-.! $1.00 n H.iy' Sulu rlftim-,1 mi,t prcitaeil , , , .( llrmilrliiK n Simlitlly, Our work Uluit Hllaly. Try ua. 1XHI S,Vn Vinir-ioniii Iioiiko. r.O-ft. Jul, feni'"l, tt nil (iiitlnilltlliiiiN. iit):ir nlup.s; imly s;,o.n. Tithim vuy. J. ii. i i:.k, CU W. Out nil. l'hoiio 39. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArrtniNKVti. JOHN v. OI.MI Altorn.y-nt-f -aw, lloom. 1-I7-, iromwell Hld. Ilea Minna HS2W. OfCIca l'lion. lUt UtllNltl M. IIOII- Attorney und ( minarllor at law, AllMlilteriue, N. M. rraetlen befora the liiher im-I and natlotiul courta and department.. Formerly delegate. In mniKreaa from New Meitlen; fed eral Judge, of Porto Itleo, llnlted Htalr. at. lorney In Alanka, and aperlal proarcutur under thn national department of Ju.tica. DHNT1MTM. Itt. t. t.. Kit AIT llenliil Hurneoa. Room t-S. llarnelt Itlda. rhoot 141 Appointment. Made !r Mall. I'IINII IAM4 AMI Mt lll.KUNH. NOWIMON I. lit IlillV, M. II, I'hyalOau and Siirvron. I'hon. (117 lli.rnett I)ld. A. (i. HIIOIC'I'I.K. M. II. Praetiea l.linltvd to Tubarculoala. Hour. 10 In it Plum. 1171 r'4'i Weat Tcntral Ava. AU'li'iiii'luue. rlaultuilum. Phona lit HUM. 'I t I.I, tt IIAKKH 1' nil tie. I.lmllml lii.tn, Eur, Mom Thronl. Klat. National Uank Hid. lUtrt, ht IIH I.MKI.H HOVYIOt 4alolMtllUi 1'hy.lelitn.. Hull K, N. T. Arinllo llulldlng. Offlca Phona 717; Ite.ldenoa Phone. lo;u and 171 TDK MIKI'IIKV H Al'Oltll M Tuberi'ttlo.l. of the Throat and Lung.. Cliy OITIra, 3 1 :l 4j Wr.t Central. Av.nua. Office. Ilourai I to 11 a. m.; S to 4 p. in. I'hotin f. .T.-, etiinalorluin Phona 401 W. T. Ulinptiey. M. D., Medloat Director. W, M. SHERIDAN, M. D, Pracllca Limited Genilo Urinary Diseases and Diseases of the Skin, Th. Waaaermann and Noguclil Teati; lal varxan "too'' Adinlnlater.d. Cltliena Hank llldg. Albunuerqtia Mew lletloo CIIIIIOI'KAI TOHS. Mil, AMI MILS. M. I . BAIi'KMIOHl ( hlniprai'lora. 40 Weat tlold. I'himo lao MSS..K. Hweillali inasaage, vlhriitpin, electrto blanket .wont, high frequency electricity, vapor bath, .alt glow. In your home or t 421 Weat Copper. Phone Mil. Htraclal rata for eoiiree of trealmnt. Mra. K. M. Mundell, TYCI'AVTtlTI'.IlH. WI5 HKI.U rent and repair. Undnrwuod Typewriter Co,, ll"4 H. Fourth, Tel, 174, ALU KINliH, both new anil .ccona-h.nd, bought, .old. rented and repaired, Alr.11- quuniue Typewriter ExcUaPfa. PPou. III. Ill Kaconrt llrHt TIMM IJAIUIH. !r' wM-Cirrisns UmA Liiido 'II Dully iianaenger aervlc. loavlnif Ho. well ml Cnrrl.o.u at l;00 a, ni. Through fuio, ona way fill. Inlcriiicillutn point., per mile II (0 lb., bmr-.Kn free lOttueaa carrlel ItONUl I I. Al l'll CO., Owner, and Operators... .. ,. Phona 111 HAH.T AUTOMdltll.R BTAOHI HUdiour Paaaengor Hervlce. I.euve Mllvor iTly 1 :t(l p. itf, J,eava Mogollon 8:00 a. m. Car. meet all Ira I in. I.aineat and beat e'lulppt'd auto Itverv In the aoutliwaaU XI KN N ICTT AUTO CO., Kllvnr ciiy. N. M. ATI IIIMON, lUI'I KA HANTA IE MAIL WAV l(. Wcathnuild. No. 1 7 I a China. Arrive. Depart. , .. 7:0p 1:;iup ...1.l"p ll:O0p . ,.ll:5'ip l'.:4r,n. ...ll:.ua 11:60a California Kxproa.. . , . California, Cal. l''at. Cullfornla Kniircan. . , , Mull Limited I'aiMtlmiinil in 3 Overtnnd Kxprea. Kuaicru K.preua Cullfornla Limited.... , 1-r.a . 2:ir,p ..6:40p . Iiliip S:lnp Itliop llop 4 I K. U Chi. Kg HouthhoiMMi, ltli!l El Pttao A Mm. Kip.. KH Poem Valley F HI 6 hi l'u.o I'Maeoinfor. . . . Norllibouud, l'!:0 7:r.lip l:J0a Sin Prom M". t in l'uao ...1 ina 1110 From El Paao.... .:20p 81. From I'ucoi Vul. & Cut-Off. I:4lip TO BtlllHCItiriERS If you full to get your Morning Journiil, call Wl-BTl-rtN UNION TBI.KGItAPU CO. rriuna 144 117. AUTO LIVERY Give Vt Cll. We Will Treat You ltllit I.C'UI.B, Al'TO COXSTKCO TK1V CO. Slfwilnlt'iiH, If. M,