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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JUNE 20. 1915.
SEVEN MEflRLY 400 SEE OFFICIAL STftRT OUTBUILDING Neill B. Field, Principal Spe.K er, Lauds Fathei of R, E, Putney; Money Needed Now, Says Mr, Putney, M. C- A. ground break log yesterday aftero-Min uh the h,i Mini: sue, First street and I eiitral in (inn1, before marly l ml ies.ins. The official starting of construction mi more ceremonious than that of any put, lie building ncKiin In Albit auerqUe f,,r years. A parade follow ed i,y a program f pchmng at the site iinil the turning of several hovels full "f WW, lit nAltMd the parade started from ih' Com iai dull linililiiiLt shortly after o'clock. Sergeant Ed Donahue Patrolman Charles Mainz led Indian school band followed. mi'!-' 3:30 unil Tile Then came a column of men carry ing small flag. They mar, lied nurlh ,n Fourth utreet to Central aenne. where they tamed ea.it and went straight to the Y. M. C. A. (founds. . temporary platform had hern hullt Interstate Secretary W. H. Day, who la action general se rctiiry of the Al'ii,Ueriiie association, piesoied. In liresentlng C . Cushman, the Y. M. C, A. president, who was the llrsl b mV Vie TlflV Hflift- , ' itoildlnir i:crv I lie Du-. TV... mllln,, f,,,.ou bel,.r,. ,.. I I- .,,,,eer (Mtlmnnv thai, snv miriluifor these rooms is II On. The limit for p,,,.,.p--- .... . 1 " l minr vould. .v,.,, i. i .. i... ....e happy hour I see lathers who realize I hat their dreams are to come true, and that their hoy Is to have ihe benefit of helpful influences for building bis! life, I see mothers who are rejoicing! ihat their daughter is going to hoj safer because of the higher moral j ideals among the boys and yoUOg men ot this city. "I understand that the spot on J wlii, 1 1 we stand Was once the bed of the ftlo Grande, ami as its waters Mowed out over tin- land carrying life anil siisieiinnce to the inhabitant! of this alley, so from this building, which we are to In-Kin Ihivt hour, there will flaw streams of opining infhi- nice that shall bliss, not only tnui .ill,. but this whole nation 1 tin regions beyond. UiMiqpcfque a l eader. "DurinK the past ten years, up to hot September, the Young Hon' t'hrlstian Association of North Amer- id, have broken ground for a new building every live days. Today, Al buqderque not only represents thisi m id-wide movement for live da, I tun for more than live months, for until recently this was the only city In North America that put throunh a successful building campaign since the war hcRiin. "It was an inspiration to other (nullifies, and now discouraued com mittees are rallying In Hie battle ery, He pan do it If Vlbuquorqab enu.' and as the stqVy and pictures of this event go to the ends of Ihe enfffl, ns they will, other liearts will reJotM and receive an Inspiration to rally Rnd follow this example. "The Young Men s Christian Asso clatlon has many ileiiartments of work, city and rallroiul students, col ored, Indians, mines, army and navy, 'I, , but none are more fruitful of results than the work with hoys, and It is most lilting that our president, Mr. C. ". I'ttshman, should brine, this lireetinR. 'The YonnR Men's Chris tina Association and the hoys of Al- buquerque.' " Mr. Cushman read a table of fig ures showing the milef of pavement and sidewalks laid and their cost. That was for safety and comfort, he laid; the 7 fi.000 spent for the Y. M. C. A. is an investment in character, "'lie importance of this investment wat stressed by Mr. Cushman in the tatemeni that the hoys of today will be the men who run the affairs of the city tomorrow. V, ill II. I it Id spiaks. Neill H. Field made the principal talk, having been allotted more time by the program committee than the. ether speakers. He said when the plans for the V. M. C. A. campaign were first mentioned to him last fall he thmiRht the time was inopportune. He was told all other old and wise men shared in his view. However, the younger men decided to go Ihead. What's more, he said, they did what they set out to do. It's not al Ways the old for counsel, he Com mented. If. M. . V. There Thirty YesWS ii' A Y. M. C. A. stood on the spot hiore than thirty years ago, Mr. Field Mserted. It was not known by that name. But If the words stood for PClping the needy, uplifting the down trodden and other humanitarian deeds, the , Id institution was indeed a i M. c. a. it was a big, shambling lulhtlng and it bore the name "I.,. I. nitney," jf0 ,, who applied there, Mr. Field said, was turned awa,v with ut relief whether worthy or unwoi - Alhuipierque was a frontier town in those days and one did not expect I" find a greet deal of human kln8ft"eV here, according to Mr. Fli Id. who then told ,,r Mr. Putney's ph kitiR up a hn Ihun derelict from the Rotter and Waking him the finest example of , It- Denagip. Ml I'i. ld thought the snme spirit Inspired Hob" to hts activity in be naif ,,f the Y. M. C. A. He believed 'he spirit of "that Rood old father" as responsible In nart. at least, for part, w starting of the institution. Inactive Kidneys Cause Disease ' muU not won forget the benefit I derived 'rom Sf Feley Kidney Pill. " Al A. .. Forctt Grore, Ores on. roo much work and too little work wm to have about the same effect artiPersons I"1 middle age. Proper "-non of the kidneys Is necessary to health. They act aa a filter I -'u remove from the blood poisonous "vast, matter which if permitted to "ma n p, tile system leads to many riratiiicationa. raa''y ne.ryogs. tired, run-down men r,"'""''" suffer from pains in iho v..u an1 ld'. aizy spells, bladder ryssneas, 8ore milKCCH anj stilt Wljts and fail to realize that rheums- . diabetes or even Iirlght's dls mm may result, it you have cause to believe that CSS." 'dneys are weak, disordered or "acliv( . you should act immediately. f'y Kidney Illls have been used enmyVun,?. middle aged and old with ,mplete satisfaction. They net quick 7 and surely anil have given relief - ot ten years ttaudln. OU) t .V10U Wlii Jtfc '"Reflect thai you are the hencfi , iariis of your own generosity,' mild .Mr. Field. closing That is Lha inouglu I want you to take m':n ii in tine mm aitornoon." Ml. Putney Speak In Introducing r.,tne, Mr. ioy MM: it is needless for me to tiientlon that Mi. I'ntney cm talk well on any VOfect' tun on this occasion we i1 .ii n, , i thai he haa a iav,.iite, Up ;Wl arc glad t,, hear from lutii 00 "I ne .ri step.' Mr. PutOCy referred to the state ment thai the Rlu ilramie had liven llur. 'i lie place "also had the din tin, Inn' o in inn Ins lied more than thirty yeurs ug.i, In- mild. ThiH Kiilly wan greeted wiUi laughter. Mr. fntney observed that the pro gram called fur hi- saying something bOUl The Next Sup. He suimlRctt that the next step had something to do with money. Theie had heen Home delay In startitiK. he said, hat it was a big at fail ami progress had been aa lapiJ as mikhi btasonabiy b, exMcted ( .in iflair of that size. (! to llarc Momnr. Mr. Putney said the firm install ments had been paid promptly, Those due later hud n.,t been paid 00 promptly. u- ipoks of the need of money now. The V. M . . is going I" ho hullt, hut we've, got to have money. Let the grocery man and meat man wait. We've kiii in have money." Mr Ptitliey turned the first shovel ful of dirt with a new shovel pre sented by Mr. Pay. The crowd cheered and Mr. Putney turned two more shovelfuls before relinquishing the shin I in Mr. ('ashman. The mayor, Reuben Perry, the itev. C. O. Bookman mid V. A. (liorgo took turns at the slum I following Mr ( ushniun. The names of the commit tee were Inscribed on the shovel. It Is to be kept In the building. it. II. Lester, win, formerly Hudiwiii here hot whose In, me ROW Is at Kort 1 lien Won h. Tt x , asked t b, to fuNiiati tiie beet room M- l' A "ne 1,1 'he seoond-flaorl lOOPlS Wll S ; l-HK II I'll t II tl i III . The limit I.L. , . - . , I , i I u ill ;s n ne n rn-siin ,,,,iiih Is 7 POLICE LOOKING FOR MAN WHO HIT ANOTHER ON HEAD WITH SHOVEL The police last iiIrIu had a warrant for Kd Motitoya. charging him with assault and battery, They were un able ti, find him. Monlova Is ancunM of having Struck John Del lyre, IgH North Rlfthth ircct, on the load with shovel in an argument oyer the clog log of an acequta. DoUyro had a small out on the back of his head. GREAT IMIj ibt mohnina journil SSSeiSi. t tACO WIUI j lnrls, June 19 (11:15 p. tm) The j Home , orrespondenl of the llavas, agency, WTllting under today's date, I suvs thai further details of the fight I Iru; at M mte Nero In iiiR out the liril- Hunt uchievenieiit ,,f the Alpine troops j of the Italian army. The e.irre- spondent continues: "The objective of the attack, llie northern side of Monte Nero, had been strongly reinforced by the ene my. The Italian officers carefully I surveyed the ground and deciibd that the only way presenting any chances, of sUeceas was la scale the alpnosi perpendi, nlar sides at iiiKbt and take i Ihe enemy by surprise, attacking two j sides at once. "The Alpine soldiers took rifles with fixed hayoncis and menndes. Tin y ! were ordered not to fire If they pos- i sibly c.iu III help it SO as to avoid ui -In an alarm. Some detachments ! took off their shot s and wrapped Ihelt feet In cloths. "Two columns, one operstina on the , Vratu slope of Monte N'ero and the j other to the northwest of Monte l'o loeoe at dftWO Kot Within six feet of the enemy's trenches without being Observed; They leaped in and after a I brief hand-to-hand encounter became I masters of the first line of trenches, i Then they curried the line behind, capturing two companies Al Ihe nd vance posts and two others in sup port." MANY ECCLESIASTICS ARE CALLED TO ARMS (gaaasalatsd) r- TurriHiniinilenee.) L'dtne, lly, June , In addition to several hundred iirlests who are so Ing to the front as chaplains or a members of the Red Cross society, thousands of young canons, parish priests, coadjutors, vicars, professors in seminaries, monks and JeSSlRS have heen call' d under arms. Most of them belong to the medical or other nun combatant services, but many are of ficers or non-commissioned officers in the combatant ranks. I'haplains who aie carrying out Ibeir i cell siastical functions carry oSgi of black American elotb contain mi; II that is strictly necessary lor I tie celebration field of their ,fflce on the CARRANZA AND VILLA MEN CLASH NEAR BORDER M A ALPINE TROOPS DISPLAY !y MoesiNd teoasM. Ltcl0 iMI DOUglaS, Arte., June 19.--A delach ment of 1,500 Carrutita troops which left Anna Prieta for the south early toitay, returned toniKht with a report that a skirmish had taken place with Villa forces twelve miles beyond the Mexican town, In which there were casualties on both sales. The i.'arranzn soldiers said the Vil la troops retired southward after the ennaRcment. NO HOPE THAT TWO ENTOMBED MINERS LIVE fOY MOMNINO JOURNAL PtC,AL LK-BCO WM1 Jnplin. Mo.. June I !. liesc.n rs who arc seeking to reach Daniel Har-dendi-rf ind Reed Taylor, entombeg in the MHtgfSOra-Chaputan mine nine days, today encountered "open" around which requires Umlrinn much time will be spent In that work before clearimr the drift of debris can continue. It appiars tonicht that they may not be reached before tomorrow night Hope thut the men will be found alive practically has heen abandoned. l!i;-ult ttim Journal Want Ads, LOCAL AUTOMOBILE BIFf I EHUHGES THEIR QUARTERS The Southwestern Auto Com pany Branching Out in Great Style; Service Station Established; Repair Shop, The Soiiiliwestern ni,, doing buslneas at o. in: Plft h street, recently took the entire lower floor of rompanv, ',-l"7 South a leas,, on the Qareta bUHdmg, their present quartern, ex cept the room occupied b R, 15, Uliss nnti lid iiertig's force of carpenter) have been Inisy the pnst few days ar riinglng the quarters Into the hest up pointed automobile offices, salesroom and sen I, ,. station in the state, l'arn t'ons have been removed to suit the tnstes and ideas of the officers of the company, and when the carpenter, plaeterers, painters and other work men complet, their aslitntnents thft Knuthwestcrn Antu compOnj can well t oast of Inn in:; the most complete ami convenient ouarters anywhere In the state. There will he two entrances on Smith fifth street, and this room will have I frontage of seventy-five feet by a depth of liftv feet. Here tn,. usei' I cirs will be stofeil, and ser ice sta ! (ion for Chalmen and tvverland ears be established. The servli , eta i will he under thn personal super-1 permitted vision ol an expert mechanic direct I in the V.lfrom Ihe Overland (actor)', who is ex- pectd to reach the cltj in .i few tfoyi Section Of this I 11 K. A llll'l h Kmbrey will open up a ropatt luhnx . i, ,,11 .. -""i, '"' e,,.,,,,,,,, , ,i,in .ni , ipwa to patting hi nraxea or ma I chines on Ihe Inun'' In the best of ! condition. I The front entrance will be No. , West Central avenue, and here will he, I, cat, d the offices and salesroom for Chalmers ami Overland cars, the Southwestern Auto company be,nk the ifhtral New Mexico distributors for these two famous makes of autotno biles. This room is ila&t feet and is plenty large enough for the purposes inli-nd.il. The offices will be parti tioned off and fitted mil in a la illy style, and iherc will ahvay- be sev eral of the newest models of Chal- mors and OVoMahds in the salesroom jfor tli, Inspection of prospective buy. ! ers. .Messrs. Weinman and Culle' . IPlesident and sales manager of the .company, are to be Congratulated in I securing such convenleni quarters. Refugees itemh Galveston. Galveston, Tex.. June 111. Three bundled and ninety refugees from Galveston Ware lauded here i . ; . i from the Culled Stalls army trans port I in ff,i In after five days In iUar antine. REALTY TRANSFERS. Ilccd-. Mariano ilaisilla. el al, lo Si I berlo Sanchez, , i al, War., June T, piece in Padilla . Ii eelnct '.,l.ll J. M. Mlio, et ux, to J. P. Sandoval, War.. June 7, lot 8, block 24, lOastern Addi tion lOOO.on Mrs. Katie l.oobs to Kdvvnrd J. Xagie.W nr.. June 8, lots 10 and south 111 feet of lot IS, block "U" MattdaH B. 6 n. Addition P. F. McCanna and wife to Joseph Mranglc, War., Julie 8, lot 11, N'lchuls A RoW den Addition J. Martin Haydcn and wife to Consolidated School Dis trict No. " I, War., June I, piece in Precinct 8. about I acre Adn If. Netorwood and hus- hand to Mrs. I.oulsn J, Doyle, War., June 10, lots 7 and 8, block 6, Netlier wood Park, second fllinp.. J. O, McClnnR and wife to J. C, McCluna, et al. War., June 10, lot 6, block Ifc Pagterg Addition First .Savings Hank & Trust Co., to Joseph Pastoro, Spec. War., Deed, lots IS und 16. block 2, Sellers' Ad 1.00 dition, June 10 Valley View Land Co.. to Lou ella Moore Haper, War.. June 12, lots 7 and 8, block 27, Valley View Addition ltruM ih'iu. gturget Hotel CO., et al, to First Savinits Miink A: Trust Co., Tr., Julie x, part of lots 1 and 2, block tt, H, H. Ad dition, and furniture and fixtures of hotel, saloon and diniiiK room 4 00. on 1.00 : r.io.oo Edward J. Nasi, to m Flournoy, Tr June 8, l and south 1 1 feet lot block "f.." Mnndell B, lot 15. & It. Addition F. W. Farris and wife 10 J. H. Peak, Tr., June 8, lots 19 and 20, block 43, Ituy nnlds Addition Ira It. Ititter to Michael pal ladlno, Tr., June s, lots 1 to 6 Inclusive, Paris Addi dltion, and land in Precinct 4 Sadie Inscho and husband to H. .S. Pickard, Tr., June j lot , block 20. H. H. Addition Mark MoK.ee pike and wife to First OaKtUaU Hank & Trust rn, M Inc., June 10, lot 7, block 1 1, ' ld Town Miguel Duran and wife to Fe lipe J. (luriile, Tr., June 10, piece in precinct 13 taoo.ot 100.00 I 1. ',00.00 L'OOO.OO 1 110. Illl i Charles W. Adams and wife lo Margate II. Stewart, Tr., June 11, lots Ml and 206. block 18, P. Armljo & BrM 300. ao -Miss Maria Milieu. f Turnerville, Missouri, is Ihe guest of Mrs Mur-1 Maret Midler at her home on West 1 Tijeraa avenue. NOTK'I From and after this date U charge of ten cents per line will he made fur pnbli'-ation of cards of thanks, reso lutions of respect, obituaries, etc. Thin docs not apply to notices of death, lime of funeral and similar notices, which will he published as n matter of news, l'ersuns desiring to publish aids of thanks, etc., will please write I hem out and send or bring them In TIIK MoKNINti JOURNAL, THK KVKMXO MKRA1.D. NOTI'K Subscribers who fail to receive the Morning Journal should call Western Union Telegraph office, PHONE 14 or 147. and paper Will be dettwd by special messenger. L i . . je&f:"' '?;( Make Arrangements Now for Your Summer Outing NEARLY ALL RESIDENTS OF THIS SECTION ANTICIPATE VISITING THE VARIOUS CALIFORNIA PLACES OF INTER EST THIS SUMMFR. READ THE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENTS OF CALIFORNIA'S LEADING HOTELS, APART MENT HOUSES. HEALTH. BEACH AND MOUNTAIN RESORTS AND MAKE EAR LY RESERVATIONS. FREE INFORMATION BUREAU AT OFFICE OF THIS PUBLICATION Irrowhead I ti ll HUM - 11,1 VI Ml Villi M l!l I 111 V I lll 111 SHUT. VUII IhU ,1, i, i! lurid miaiiit lin rrMirl nml niinr II nin lie.dl Itdil mid lnlsrllnc ilrlllM lt t tr .'.IHM9 ferl. S,lrll,ll,l Ir.all l'-l,li,. Irn nlii. iiiiHtnliiln ellnthlni. up ulr idnnttr. Onl) HI s,i,hi,i rrnitr t, siriim rtt- in .,,i,i Mi,,i iiiih. i,iiern ii,iTii-iin plan h- tel. Kilke own tilldr liri,iet On fi,r tniliprltl,,n llnr.. Ilirre I,,,,,,- Imm I Vusef,- s , ,,,,,., r ,i.. VVtIic fr liiMiklrl tildreu treowkeud l. " ,, im i, .14. i f I , "nar 1 "Hi' III IllUli't lj ' 'Xan" --5. A Jl hLLJ'M''v'JN It mi s m;om i.:.o H " , " No KAM( in iitn I DURING llM f Ai-Zj 3 Free Auto Bus Meets All Trains I rWCACIM enrtTUCON ( all i- HON I A - tB i j MOST BAUTIFVl LOSWCLES SU31RBUI MOTL I Bf' ' i 9 1 .1... il.i iiifllfi , n( fctrlrr (rtT I IMA. Kli fln mnnntiilni wm! t , Knt.il itrrftmitlU' In ' itlaii Oprll nil r:tr I r .1, . I x 1 1 it t i it-i.ti m. I . I ' mummy twiiMwgffiiiiigiiiii!, Hi mmmmmmmimmmt&tKHmaKm AUDITORIUM HOTEL I II I II V Ml ,,.l,.i. .,. iH-iuitiriil Irnliul I'.irk I or, in.,, tern ,,, ,1,1,11, lion ; furnl-heil for abwlul lomtnrl: hirsi- bilililen nml prl ute SQ rises, S,e . Aumnirr rales. ii i i.iii.i v gsnsist fTnf-nb'j, St'tj, i "' fi m etc JZJi XJWitJt- fc. if fNtJINttRING CARRANZA 0R)R.S FOOD INVESTIGATION ,av aoaaiHi jouasaL ai c,i- u.no wiaai San Antonio, Tex, June IH.W '" lav,. Ksplnosa Mircu-s, pPi al I I lai y in v e n ci ,,i .. ' i .-.vai, w ..- -uiv.v I ... I . i V iii pro. ot d I" Mun NATIONAL. SCHOQLj. T ..... gV- - VOStlgatc reports that starvation, l.oo ii, re tetie,: Ihe pnpulofHrn cf thai ,liy.' i lie departed tonight fur Nuevt) La 1 redo. j ling. (Jen, C, A. I'evoi, general i'1-; tractor of the Red Croaa, tonight re-; l.OOiceived word that while Muntei ev had j sufficient supplies r,,f the Immediate j i future, the available food gfOUld not 1 salis'.v the llioiisands of starving Mc-j lloana who look to the largest city of 10.00 1 northeast Mexico for SUgtehanOf. i More extended rep, iris received to ! nlahl frmn J C. VVeller. the Red i'M- agent who accomppn ed relief supniii ii ;,an mi ' lo .Moin lovu, gave n ldltlonsM det;iU ! of the situation (te n tt said It hiufl roqnlred the combined force of mm Italy and civil mthorltleg t,, dlttrlhuL the food and prevent riots. FRENCH COLONIALS TO GET FOOD FROM HOMF. mr MoaNiso jouasAL aacciAL l lano wiaf ) j Paris, June in 4 : r 0 p, m.i -Oen- era I du CoUdrny, commissary goderhll lot the colonial troops, has been di rected by the minister of wr.r to use I colonial meat as fur as possible In r- ganlslng the supply for the French army. General du foudtvnV, Who iiv I In MadaRiiScar, lold I'rcmler Vlvlani, I I who icceived him here, that- there Were lO.OOO.OOt) load of cattle in j ktsdagaacar and that It would be easy i to provide forty thousand tons of bt I yealrly, which could be delivered in MUrUnce at the efgivulent Of i n cent pounu, Roaalea frun fooruai Want Wis DUKE CITY Cleaners -Hatters iao West Gold Phone 44 THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Dealers In FRESH AMI SAW Mi:AT8 Knusfti; a Nw, IhII. For I mile and llo tlio Itlggeat Market I'rl,. Are faalil BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAR0ID ROOFING with year guarantee I Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frame! Faartb St. and Copper Are. 2 s 000 I HotSpri r ln-inliii irlct lt-ii'cn h i tiii t ft n Hi' - rule from linn I if I m Aik ' nil pliitfej of ftirri-l. lt.olntHj tlrvprnnf. 1 ii rM-.i tip s,. . i ,i ii. ...i.i t. tit l i liiH.klel III IV I ITS., I ll M.I I I S ffSPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR MEN AND BOYS Lrtrn oulomobile tepeiring nd driving on up-to-Jela cer; alio electricity: in the I . - ,uipped Garage l..ert iniliucloi lioom and b..;rd l,,l learning. Mm) position iircuier). Gatalofun frea. Special lain ; fo- Bspoaltlun muntli. Oldi -l aciiool in Uinles JUiia, 1:110 12 WEST 7111, LOS ANCILF.U CHICHESTER S PILLS W:s. I III III V IHIMI Mil AMI. A I...II,, I A-.U i:.u(l.i I , . f. ( L. 'lO LI-.'-. I. -r a lllumi.il llrm..l 3l J. Jj im la It. I OolJ . 'vV a .1 in i in i I I U al M I I. I Ml e, , ... ,B4 own a. IV-1. Safcit, Al.i,, KfllIM vr SOI 0 BY DRliOdlSIS IV RVftHtKi. .1 t jr i,, I B i l-l A .lisMi e During the summer months there will be on sale cheap rates to all l-'.asierii i'nints. Tickets are on sille dully from May Itth to Sep tember 30lh, 191., nnd aro limited to return on October 31st, 1915, allowing liberal alopovers. The following Is a list of tho most im portant points: Chicago, 111 ,00.90 1 St. Paul, Minn G0.90 Denver, Colo . $L-:t.70 $1K.95 Puidilo, Colo. . . . Colorado springs, Colo. $20.78 I $!i:. I ii Montreal, Jue. . . . Qui bee, Que Washington, P. O. Kvarisv ille, Ind. . . Louisville, Ky. . . . Portland, Me Haltimore, Md. , . Boston, Mass. , . . . Minneapolis, Minn. Mllvvnul.ee, Wis. . Phone 204. (99.41 . 174.791 . $r.7.70 too. 10 .'97.50 .J74.7S . J94.C0 . jt; ii.no .$04.30 pjii HJa 'Jill m m W iosangeles. cal 1 m j ' ' ' S ii i i i. vim irr i,. t. in. a .-uh I J 555 ROOMS ALL WITH I d r PRIVATE BATH JL ' awVll 1 rilROPPAM PI AM I S & .Sanatorium of , l ' , u IM 1 . : mm IIRtMl AVK. 'U PnaM-a ll.s.r. mill fa, lirsml Ave. Ir. Carl Sihulla, I'rca. HERCELENE APTS. Idi: s. I liiiier si. I ,ia AiiKelea. l.miii lously furnlshodli a liiith stan, lard of service; modern: amuse im nl and hilllanl rooiiis: eli'talnr: all I ill r in tin ii car service al vmir vert ilrsir. Twu unit llircc-rooin suites. K, asonablc rales by the day, week or iiiuiilti. Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works Kngtneces Pnun4lon MnrhtHlWg Castings In Iron, llrasa. Rronze. i Aluminum, Eleotrlo Motors, Oil Kn ! glries. Pumps and Irrigation. Works nnd office. Atbuhuerguu, -5 3 ( a- aSSSaSajUy-..'.' 11 - . - 'Fij i Cheap Rates to All Eastern Points Koiwuis City, .$44.40 St. I.., uis. Mo, . $r,:M0 . $79.90 . $M.I5 $79.90 . ".. 1 r. $74.::r. $71. as . $i'.9. sr. . $79.00 .$74.25 .$411.(10 . $42.0 Jtufl; -Now ufTulo, N. Y. . . r K . '.. y. Jliagai a J- a I in. N. aflatU'iiinati, i m fOIcvi land, flbiii fip.udusiy, Ohio Toledo, ' hio Philadelphia, 1'a Plttaburgh, Pa. QgdeSi, Utuh gait Lake, 1'tn.h P. J. JOHNSON, Agent r vI J California jnc. THK I.ATRRT Ntlllttl. Wll SIIIMIMc Milium-, I SI II. .: MilHanae. Ill, hull 1112 su,., lei, Uyi alle, Oaieewithr, lilniiirm tie, I l.eiri.ilv lii nil lia l,i 1.1,1,,- Orlbunsali Hui serj tfsdrntheraphri KaelM, l'rlaaiilt. Srliralh, Kill Medlrlnat llnllia. iDrhutlns Herbal Mud, ia n,l Nnahelm lliilha. Saa SMI Mr Batb riitlenla rm urr outaiile nail aunnr nnd nre ateiim llenleil. Ml in Mi lit Comer. Al I. Ill lll lt C-tlis Triinafer. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA s I IHM Ist u HOTKI. M Nearest First ClMS Hotel to Fhir Crounds ONR.OE .sArfcAWTNtOST HtKU VAN Nf.S5 AVE. in uor ii( Soul nsv ifMulloWwiiuis hontr iwtt irlg MINIJTFS oFdrGfMi D minUlKO lo.Shoip.nBnrrr tiy ilrf-ft rar. Pf-rtrd tviJ w-.lh fvery gpfivwnt MM 'miertifwliii.i Ij5 cuUfcle lurnif nwmi. Hoy Utvti fiat ituUrrti .ilig(ufik Eurt tr n I '(jib I . SQ am) up. Ant-rinin Plun 13 , SO iJ up. NX'-1 1 fir (Wripttvo pumfajrt. UtKin gnTiftg in Sod rinr-uro tk ( gl:lKnia Taiirob U i BftOWN TAXI m - m will pay far- ii,:: 148 f k I 'i' till Mlil ' I - It i L T. nra.. iRt! i a i r.iiii iw ur iiai I ' A. - LOS ANGELES v Itltll IHV V AT SI I.VTH Tin. ernirr ..I al,,iliia, laulnraa unit Ibsatrleal dlalrlrt. t'onvea lnt io all ear llnm. nno nulaiiir r.ionia with private Sata, Huira Sl.'li nail up. Kurn pami iiIkii. Nasi riuinugenirnt) n- ill ninic room; nrw kllrbea. '"I lip M.,'. I of comfort mil arr- le .1 II I M.I ItsiuM. 11, r nil I lvi it I i iHiii, Mimaier. THE WAGNER HOTEL SI I So. Iiopr St. l.oa Ausrles, Cal, inn room., Illl In, III., ltiilra, (I (Ml prr du i and up, SpmJ.il rate by week or nuuiih, A urntrrl, lllollrralr prlerd Imlrl: CHIrring Sapseirtllj Is ii,, ilrairins gslct, hnim nlnua nil Iroilnirnt. i.os AKOr t.r.fl' l l AIHNG n lt ISHI li P.ftT. Mi:vr iiol sKs lOUS nio.b rn iipurlm, iiIn, (lu lo SOU par inohtS. All WaUtinc Distance I"" 6413 'I l MIA ItODI HIS OMPWY Ur.i, Rskerla HIiIe.. al un.1 Mala sia. Muln aul.lrhnr Bl.'.l. Announcement Spruce lOdgr, "On the I'ivi,.," ii wlloa above Town of Pueoa, nticiis .lime 1st. ituies reason able "tXime to tin- cool Glort .i.i- " St reams clear ptwiptajta for early fly-fbthlttg gtjori, Write or phone C. DOBSI KM N. Valley Itaiu Ii, N. M. FAYW00D HOT SPRINGS for Itheuniatlsm. 8totnach Trou bles, Kidney Aliments, Inflamma tions, Arterial Hardening, loco motor Ataxia, Nervous breaking, etc. Perfect Treatment, Perfect Climate, Health, Pleasure Large Uodern Hotel, booklet. T. 0. MeDEllMOTT, Faywood, N. M. ' ' ,lt 111, I'l , . I