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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, T7. M-, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 19 1 4.
JERRY ON HIS JOB
KIND HEARTS ARE MORE THAN CORONETS.
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SPOUTS
Baseball
Standing of the Cluhi
National league.
Won. Loat. Tot.
HoMon 73 rr ,r,7?
New York 72 U .Ml
Pi. Uiuia 71 3 .Ml
Chicago ;..,.71 81 .S.1M
PIHibuiKh 12 .477
'hlladelphia 01 71 .412
Hlooklyi 51 71 .441
Cincinnati ul 7i .437
Airnvhan league.
Won. 1I. Pet.
Philadelphia XX .?!
Itoamn 71 li .&
liclrolt 73 (1 .ill
Wn-blllgloli SB C2 .i.!!
Chuago 61 .477
Pi. l.oula f. 72 .4 M
New York 75 .441
Cleveland 41 kl ,121
IVakf! I yam"".
Wim. Irfl. Pr'.
Chicago 74 f .1"
Indliilinpolla 74 S .6M
lailiinore t (1 .did
liim.mn 7 (1 .Sll
HulYiil 11 .512
kutiaaa I'lly 11 7 ,4
Kt. l.uuln & 71 .441
I'llltiliurKh &3 "' .414
GAMES TOMORROW
Nailiinal IratriHs
IMitHbiirKh al I'tiilHili lplila.
'liinniiiitl at Nw Yi-tk.
ChKufi al IlKMiklyn.
Hi. at II ihIdii.
Inkral l-aeue.
K finnan Cil al KnliliiKita. '
hi. liulx at liiiRulo.
'hin at I'liiKliiirvh.
linJluiiapulia at lirHkln.
AnxTltmi 1-aiDi'.
Wnnhiniiton ul St. I.huik.
I'hllinI. li.hU in roll.
N w York nt I'hiruHu.
Ilool mi at I'lfVplutiti.
YESTERDAY RESULTS
NalliMial liUaa-iH.
KoHlnn, 7; Urooklvn, 4-1-hllailvlphiM.
4i N'vw York. .
I'lttaliurch. ; I'ln'i-inull. II.
Anun U'aitii-.
Thtla(iilphlH. I; New V"ik, 1.
Htton. t; WriNhliiKioii. 1.
I HI roll. 3; rit-vrlaml. 1.
t'hUaio-HI. Uiuia iiinwi.
I'fMlfral lnn
I'hiiag.i. 4; 1'IIImIiuikIi. II.
ImllHitHimha, ; llronklyn, t.
Hurfulo, 1; Ht. I.oiiih, a.
Hallifixira. IT; Katitaa I'ily, S.
UfllllG "Ef.l OUT
National laru l.iiwliall rat'a will
') 1 1. tot,, r 1, ami II la eapei i'-J
Dial the winner wiH known fi
in I mi Ira, brtorv inltlnllf lit oil Hi"'
dutv.
Kel :o havi. ui'iwilf'il In rutllflB
down thi Athlil' li'iiJ from twelva
tiilli-n to tfti iiult'. ,
AIIImi iiilnht t.ruk up lh Ofrman
mm lilne by Ki'tH"K I" l,ur
rhiiaa a frw of Hi atnra.
did Tommy Iaih la all In. Juat
like I he MauUurd till bank roll.
t'arriaan aaya lut h Ioiinrd la the
niuft Improved plt'hr Id trm prif-a-iun.
l'ulili flaui-d he hid to Uv
up to lua lulifl. (
Vnn Ijinnln of thr. nid la only
Irving to ft a twll tram tnrttir.
ml minor leaxua mnnHCeij hiiva an
idea that ha la rrrruitimt an army.
If th-y want a any to run hla Job
for rnprvt cif AHiunla, lnra I Jo
lirmliihnm Wt iiren handltni
lha Nupa.
Itfllul.lr dope anya Frank rhnm-e
hfla thr It.iya on Ilia atuiT Kih-r.
4'uIiIwpII nnd Konilng. lie alan hua
raya of hup and rala of aalary,
Wuahlnalon piipcr rlwa to ri-mnrk:
rinilr Hh.-rl,li.B will W plraiwd I"
hrar that ial hrkkyard haa Boni
into handa of rocelvrr."
Illi inlrnthiiM rwvnlly announced
that lha Napa w r wllhln haillnl
dujlaiu of lha Vrxt dlvUluii. In-
4498BE59EBm
kind atrUic clMur'A lhat he knew
Napa were In aome kind of a alorm,
hut hudn't IlKiired wlutli.r II w"
hnllini; or anowlna;.
Wallrr Johnaoi hna jtint alnrtid
hla eighth yi-ur In the American
h'HKUe. Me Joined the Senator III
AUKURt, 1 M 7.
HiiniH'l Ciielo, a aiippoaed phenom
from lltivfiiin. releuHed l.y the HI
l.oiila Keda, wna rlunnl on Armando
Mnranna' rTommendiitlon. He failed
'ii rome up to Armundo'a boont.
Of fourteen plmh hlttera who
were ant In by varioua big leairiie
rliiliR one day recently, only three
nindo Hood with hitn. unly Iwn
walked. Jnniti of the Koatoti Urate
BHved hla Riime from tlm Ueda, wo
that, of the whole fourteen, Juniri
whi the aoliinry hero.
J. E. SULLIVAN OF
OLYMPIC COMMISSION
DEAD IN NEW YORK
New York. fpt. 1. J.imea K. Hul
llvnn, aerreiarj nnd ireaaurer of the
Amateur Athietle In I on mid American
iilymili- commlaHioiier In rerent
Olyiiiplf cnuien, died here today.
ALL GRADES OF CATTLE
ON A STEADY CLIMB
K annua City dim kyarda. Kept. 14.
All urudea of cuttle made a sternly
climb I ii at week, Mnlxhlna 1U to li.'i
centa hiKher for the week. There
wa a (ood active market every day.
Itecelpta were 4.1.U0U head, aialimt
Sl.tiuu an me week luat year. The
aupply today la 27.UKU head, larac"!
run thia yeur. 1'rlcea are atendy
10 centa lower, eome few exceptlona.
There wa a oh! native trade today,
anleamen admlttlni that buyer
"Juat ate them up." No prime cattle
are here, aa that k'nd la Kctilua
arnrre, the beat here aelllna; At lii.l.V
Strictly prime heavy cullle would
brltif around III, which price la not
reaurded tta the limit between now
and t'hrlatmaa by any nieana. There
ia a aliortngo of Kanaiia itruaa inltle
today. Kteera from Landercin llroa.,
Kureka, broiiKhl ts.lil, U'6 pounda.
nther Kanaiia iiittlc hrouaht 17.25 to
s.".. Includinit aonif tiurriaon aV
Whlple ateera at ix.40, around llliu
pounda, which waa aharply hlkher
than beet bid on aome of Iheae ateera
at St. Joaeph up to noon. There I
a good run of I'nnhandlea today, beef
le.ra up In 17.75, alockera 16.75 !
17. 75. cow 15 to ft.lO, vrula up
$10 511. Weatern Colorado heavy beet
ateera brought f 7.7U, liaht beef alcer
17.10, fevdera $7.!'l. ahipnont of mi
ll Moore from the lllfl" rounlry.
Kaatera l.oloriiilo ha acwral ahip
menia In, livludiiiK a five-car drove
of good fecdere fr"r KiiiIh, whlih
old at 17 15. 17 5 a-i.l 17. SS. guar
anltna receipta are 111 cur, luricely
middle and low cIiih atuif. ;ron
aV KlllnawiMid aold HI car a nt M 5.
other mlddlo Weiaht ateera It. 25 to
l 7S.
IIor aold 10 t 15 renla lower !'
day. receipt fi.OUO head, There a
a big amuah In September pork Sat
urday, a break of 1 1 . u 0 a barrel, end
pai ker aay liva ho must go atlll
lower. There la a wide apread In
price and buyer In the country
ahould allow thcmaelvea ample mar
gin. Top here today la l ', bulk of
BHlea t la to $H 5. tirder butr
bought nil the hoga that aold a'ovt
K. 65. Hulk of aalea In Chicago today
rnti from fti.25 In l .. Medium
weight hog ore bringing the top, and
It ia the rough heavy hoga lhat aell
low eat.
?hrrp and lamba aold 10 to S"
cent hlRher today, and a late enle
wua 25 cent higher. The lllodgell
t'teh In ml. a, I double dei kJ. aold late
at f.20, 17 pound average. Hulk
of thr lumba brought M to MM to
day, total receipt of ahevp and lumba
12. ana head. 1'rlcea are nearly II
per hundredweight higher today than
ten day ami. Kut ewe are worth
15.15 to 15 50, breeding cxe 14 Ml
to I&.75, feeding llimbg 16 75 lo 17.25.
I'onaiderabie feeding and breeding'
atiH-k will 'e available rl.'ht al.nti
now.
J. A. rtlCKAnT.
ROOK CO. CALENDAR
SHOWS RAPID GROWTH
OF NEW MEXICO SCHOOLS
Santa Ke, X. M.. Sept. II. The ad
vance made la education In New
Meicn la graphically told each year
on the calendar of the American
Hook company which are nt to all
lha educator of the t'niled State.
Alvart N. White, late auperlnlvnd
ent of public Instruction, alnted to
day that he la now at work preparing
the atatiKlir to be printed on H
1)1 J calendar allowing the i hool at
lemlnnce, number nf teacher and ex
penditure for 1HII. In 1911-11 Hie
nriillmrnt of pupil wa 61.027; the
number of leachera. 159H and lha ex
penditure $54. 4(11. In 113-14) Ihcr
were 1717 leachera arid probably II,
OuO pupil nnd an eipenditure of over
a million dollira. The 114 atati.Hc
cover the flacal year from September,
1U, tu June, :14-
ms wm to build
j
PROJECT
Tired of Fooling With Spec
ulators from the Outside,
Grant Board Will Con
struct Important Reservoir
System.
Kant Ijta Vega. N. M.. Sept. 13.
At a meeting of the la Vegua grant
board thl niortilng, nt which the p.
Kll.il tt lee of completing the irrigation
project were eilenelvcly diacuaaed by
mcmbera, of the board and several clt
liena, It wa deilded to pre the
auita now pt-ndmg agalnat the Cam
field l;evelopment company In a
ilieedy termination. It being the con
actiau of opinion that no plan could
be properly lu untied for the devel
opment of the In inl north of !'
Veuaa until the board hua reiti'iiulrid
title to the tract deeded to the con
tracting compunv aevernl year ago.
It wu br, ughl out that the ulti
mule hope of itccompllehment far
a the prujec. la concerned lie In
the aupport of (he community miner
than In the building of the renervoir,
on a il'ei ulatlve baaia, by outalde con
cern. The member of tin. board
and thoae In attendance agreed that
the eatimute of coal that have been
publlahel hercrofore, have been far
higher than actual coat, because thu
promoter have made their figure on
the bal l bond laaue.
The board further decided to call
In the aervlce of a competent engi
neer who ahull be paid to make a ur
vey nt the entire project, and develop
a plan for It construction, baaing hi
eatlrnatca on the actual and not the
apeculative coat, and thai the necea
aary fund for the building of the en
tire ayaletn ahould be ruleed by the
aale of the land. It wa ahown that
aevernl local corporation likely would
be willing- to lilveat cotiaidcratilp
ital In I ie acheme in return for land,
where (hey could not he Induced un
der any coneldcrallo-i to buy atm-k or
bond. It I thought that the project
con be completed nl a coat not to e
ecd 1 2 Ml, Hon Thia waa eniphaaiied
by Knglneer Vincent Jotiea, who la
an Id to have gone over the ground
carefully al aeveral lime. Thl ub
Htuntiiite Ihe theory that all former
eatiinute have been apecualllve.
Sharp Contest Over Accep
tance of Three Year Truce
in Miners Meeting at Trini
dad. Trinidad. Colo., Sept. 16. A fight
over a propoaal lo refer I'rcaldcnl
Wilnon' ainke plan to a vote of lo
cal union developed at loday'a -bior
of the convention of toe Col
orado coal miner. J. F. McDonald,
u delegate from 1-afayrtte, offered a
motion putting the convention on rec.
ord In lavor of adopting ill three
ear Iruce hut leaving the final de
claion lo a referendum Vote, the re
turn to be reported Hot later than
September IS.
Jumc Ixird, prealdent f the min
ing department of the American Fed
eration nf Itlior, urged Immediate
and decldive action by the convention.
"Thia la the grealeal opportunity
that ever croeeed Ihe path of the
Working cluaa." he declared. Itefer
ring to the recent copper miner'
atrlke In Michigan, he aaid:
"The Michigan people at ona time
could have hud a favorable aeltle
ment but they neglected to take ad
vantage of their oppoiiutiltiea. Fin
ally Ihe relief atopped coming In anil
they were alarved back into the
mine. Now condition are lfy per
cent worse there lhan they were be
fore th atrlke."
After a vlgorou diacuaalon the
propoaal for a referendum vole wua
luid on the table. Ofllcer of the
union cxprceeed confidence that Ihe
peace plan would be adopted at the
iitternooii aeaaion.
Iluforil 0mM Through Ona I.
riulveaton, Teg.. Sept. u, The
I'nlted Slate army Irunapnrt Jluford
arrived here today from San Kran
i iaco vlu Ihe I'anania canal. Site
Joined the fleet of Iranaporta at the
local dock Which la awaiting order"
lu go lu Vera Crua for troop.
-BR 01
REFEBEilDUul UPOf!
If S0(1 PLfili
OPPOSED
Evening'
Three Lines :: Three Times :: Three Dimes
!-WwaBBBeaJaaVee.Bl
FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE
LOANS -RENTALS.
Bargains
Lots-Houses Business Properties.
JOHN M. MOORE REALTY CO.
Phone 10 214 W Gold
HELP WANTED
WANTKI) liirlu lo dip ch date
and bon-bon. I'owell lrug Co.
FOR Aooms.
Kim UK NT one very detlrable ault
of outalde otllce rooina In N. T. Ar
mljn building;. Apply Geo. P. Al
bright. Phone 44'i.
Kort RENT Large room with
(leeplng porch. 421 W. Marquette.
Full HUNT Two nicely furnished
room for light hnu keeping. Ap
ply 01 North Second St.
' SITUATION WANTED.
SCItl'll WOMAN want Job In Inatl
Union, mopping and acrubblng.
Iteference furulahed. Ad-lteag 11. C
llciald of tb e.
MISSOURI RAILROADS
ASK INCREASE IN
PASSENGER RATES
JcfTcraon City. Mo., Sept. 11. Ap
plication' for an tmrcaae in paaaengcr
rutea o 1 centa a milu on main line
and 4 cent In branch line wu
Died with the Miaaouri Public aervlce
coiiimiaeion today by til trunk line
railroiida.
TODAY IN CONGRESS.
Met at II a. m.
The flllliiiHter agnlnet the rler
nnd harbor bill wu ciuitiiiued.
ii u :
Met nt noon.
Debute wa reaumed rn Ihe
bill lo codlly the printing law.
LEGAL NOTICE.
NOTICE.
In the Trobule Court. Hi rnalillo
County. State of New Mexico.
In Ihe matter of the Katale of Will
lam A. Ill ow n. deceuaed.
Notlre in hereby given lhat the ad
mlnlatrutor of Ihe aaid relate ha filed
hla final report nnd account oa aueh
adminlatrntor In the Probate court
and lhat by an order of the aaid court,
Ihe flrat Monday of November, the
aame being Ihe 2nd day of November.
114, waa fixed u the day for Ihe
final hearing of objection to aaid
dual report.
A. F. WAt.KKIt.
Clerk of the Probate Court.
NOTICE.
In the Probate Court. Itern.ill.lo
County, State of New Mexico.
In Ihe mailer of the Kalule of Anne
M. Turner. de euaed.
Notice la hereby given lhat the ex
ecutor of ihe luat will and leatamenl
of Ann U. Turner, have filed their
final report and account a u. h . x
ecutora In th.. I'i.,bat court and by
an order of Ihe ruid court the fl i el
Monday of November, the aame being
Ihe 2nd day of November, ID 14.
fixed aa the day for the flnn! hearing
of objection u the raid final report.
A K. WAI.KKIt.
Clerk of the I'rohut Court.
NOTICE 4K PI-ADK.NCY Ol' M IT.
No. Ki53.
In Ihe 1)11 rlct Couit ft the Second
Judbiui lit.iirlci of the State of
New Mexico in and for tils County
of lit rnalillo.
Juan Garcia and Frank llubbetl, as
truxteea under u deed of triiat, ex
eciit hy W. V. Futrelle, deceual'J,
and Kllen i Kmrille, plaintirr.
va. . 1 1
J. K. Klder, nilminiHlrato krT the ra
tal of W. V. Filtrclle. fleceaaed,
Kllen U Futrelle, Ho,,.' V. UUleon,
Anns, Watklnn, nnd all other per
sona claiming xiy rliihl, title or
Intereat In the real eatut deai rlled
herein, defendunt.
To Itoaa F. (iuleon and Anna Wat-
kin, whose preaenl location, place of
realdence and poal otllce addreaa Is lo
I'lainirta unknown:
Von are hereby notified that on the
lilh day of September, A. H. l14,
I her wua tiled in the oltica of thel
tierk of aaid court, an amended coin-
plaint by the al ve named plulntlfT
again you and Ihe other defendant
above natned, whereby and wherein.
fierald Want Ads
PERSONAL
Mil.". IIKAI.U Teiich'T of Spalilah
unci preparatory biunchea. 424 M.
Kdllh atreel. J'hone 15II7W.
PI HN1TUHR llRPAIItlNll, packing,
upholaterlng, cublnet and mattrea
making, rug alxing. Phone tit. Ill
M. Third St.
KlltST CLASS lireaHmuklng. Price
reaaonulde; a.itihfactlon giuirnn
Ked. 4U5 South llmh. Phone 1225J.
KOOP PAINT.
WANTED Every horn owner to usa
Erie Carbon root paint Slope
leaka, laat S years. leo ready
paint, 1 gul. lover 100 l. feet. Thoa.
r. Kaleher, 101 Weal Central.
FUR CARPET Meaning, furniture,
and atore. repairing, w. A. Oott.
phooe ill.
For Sole Miscellaneous
run baukum paper for putunc I
down capeta, ate. Call nt llera,id I
nfflr. I
Folt SAI.U A fteah young Jeraey
cow. Apply 1 311 W. Homo.
Full SAL.K llo: K cruaher and pul
verlxer. Will be (old cheap. Suit
able for mining work, road building '
and concrete work. Albuiueritie '
Foundry Machine Works.
FtK SAI.K A good baby bugiy
cheap. Cull 711 North 11th St.
hp plulntllT aeek to forecloae a deed
of triiat executed by W. V. Fulrelle,
di-cenaed, and the defendant. Ellen I..
Futrelle and Frank Hubbeil sa
trttatee, dated April 12. 1911 and lo
hale the aaid court aacertiiin and de
termine tho n mount due upon a cer
tain promiaMory note dated April 12,
tail for eight thouaund (IH.Oiiu) dol
lure, with Intereat from date at the
rate of 7 per cent per annum due and
payable three (21 yeura alter date, to
gether with 10 per cent aa attorney'
feea, an Id note being executed by the
auid W. V. Futrelle, deceuaed, nnd
the defendant, Kllen I.. Futrelle, pay
able to tile i.laintlfT. Juan Can la and
to have Ihe court determine, thel
amount of lnauranc and luxe paid
by the plulntllT, Juun tlnrclu, upon
that certain piece, tract and parcel of
land, dewribed in and covered by
aaid deed of Iruat and altuate In the
county of Keruulillo, alute of New
Mexico, tu-wit:
"Lot numbered thirteen (12),
fourteen (14). fifteen (151 nnd
sixteen (III in block lettered "A '
In Ihe Atlantic and pacific addi
tion to the city of AlbuiUeriUe,
N. M , ua ahown and dealgnated
on the map or plat of aaid addi
tion tiled In Ihe tilllce of the pro
bate cleik and cx-otticlo recorder
for Ihe u Core -a Id Iternalillo
county, N. M., on tile 24th du ol
April A. I. 18SH."
And the plulutiffa pray for a Judg
ment forecloalng auid Hen on auid
property and premiata, und the aale
of properly nnd premlae In aailafuc
lion thereof, and lor u deib lent y
Judgment iigninat the defendant. J.
K. Klder, admllilairator of the entate
of W. V. Futrelle, deceaard, and El
len I- Futrelle.
You are further notified that unlet
you enter your appearance In aaid
iaue on or lofore the Mth day of
November, lit 14. Judgment will be
rendered UXUillkt you by default. The
name of Die plaintirfa' attorney la
lauuc Kurth, K., and hla poal otflce
and huxincK uddrt I AHuueriUe,
New Mexico.
AVItnc the Honorable Herbert F.
Itaynolda, Judge of aaid Court, and
the beal of aaid court, thl 27th day
of Auguat, A I). 114.
A. E. WALK EH.
County Clerk o' Hernallllo County,
New Mexiio, und Clerk of
Iialri ( uforeauld.
Py THO" K. I. MAI'lilSoN,
lit-puty.
In Ihe lilatrlct Court of the County
o; llerna' Uo, Stale of New Mexico.
So. Mi2.
Ill Ihe matter of the Aaalgninent ol
Ihe Model Company.
Notice 1 hereby given Dial begin
ning on the Sutll day of October, IHil.
ul the hour of nine o'clock In I"
niuriiliif ami vvuiiuulni uu Uctober
Dunbar Bargains
trm iucxt.
4 -room houRc; modern: N rth
Seventh St.. I2U.UU.
4 (-room houae, corner Coal
avenue and Seventh atreel.
Store room. Central Ave., be-
tween Third and Kouith t'ln.
I -room houae, ill No. Fifth
4 St.; modern, 123.00.
4-rooin houie, Highland. IIS.
4 l-room houae; ei.at llaxeldlne 9
4 avenue; modern, 120 oo.
KOIl BAIJC.
4 l-room houae for aale or rent; 4)
Went Coal avenue; modem; lot
(11x142; fine ahude and lawn.
Hunch, llo acre Improved,
and for aale at a bargain; 7
mile out.
Fine cor. lola, Wet Cool Ave.
4 -room houae, Weat Iron Am.,
Price, 11,500.
Houae nnd lol. Weat Central
avenue; lot 12x2u feet, I2.MMI.
C-rooin houae and lot, llirh-
l.inda. I2IIUU.
4 All kind of terma
1-11113 1NHI HANCK
4 MONKY TO IAS.
4 DTTNUAIt'H ItFAtj ITATB 0
OFUCaw
ssi n! J Ave., Corner Tilled M. 4
HOTELS OF SOUTHWEST.
DIRECTORY.
BT. JOHNS. ARIZONA rho Ameri
can Hotel. Headquarters Ocean-to-Ocean
lllehway tourists. Modern
throughout. fUnlng room sarvlcs
uneguajled. Fine ahadg and lawn.
HOTEL IlKl?NWI'?K lfolbrook.
Arlsuna. II gueat rooms, modern;
tour lata' headquarter; daily road bul
letins; guide furnlahnd to points ol
Interest; dining room In connection.
SANTA FK The Mnnteiuma Hotel.
American plan; serric flrat rli'ss,
electric lights, steam host telephone
In every room. Special attention to
auto parties.
Vuleaninnjf
Vulcanlglng and lire Itepairlng. All
work guuranteej. Albuquerque
Kubber Co., til Weat Central,
21 and 22 between the hour of rtuie
In the morning and live o'cloi k in (lie
afternoon of cm h of aaid d iy, at the
other of the ullilelatKiied Fllat SanilK.i
Hunk At TriiHt Company, Ihe uinbr
aigtied aaaignee will iidjuai und ullo.v
lemanila again', the eatate of the
Model Company.
All crediiora of aaid eatate who
ahull not attend at the lime and plu, ,.
dealgnated und his before Ihe tindcr
aigncd aaaignee Ihe nature -in)
umoiint of tn.ir reapective di n.ands
hull be prei luiled from any bcnellt
of mild eatate.
KlltST SA VINHS UAXK A THIKT Co.,
of Albuiticrqtie, N. M , Aanl-'nee.
Department of Ihe Interior,
U. S. iJind Otllce at Santa, Fe. N. M.
July 24. 1914.
Notlre la hereby given that Joe
Trujillo y Arniijo of I'luritaa, N. M..
who, on July II, 1 an:. made home
stead entry No. OIOC.,9, for Lot It,
Section 1. EH KKU SE'. Section 4.
E Mi and E Mi Wl, of I.oi, l and 1,
Section B, Townihlp 12., Itange IV. .
N. M. P. meridian, hna filed notice of
Intention lo make fve yeur proof, to
eatubllah claim to Ihe pmd above de
scribed, before Abellno I. I.m ero,
rounty clerk, Iternalillo. N. on the
lih day of September lull.
Claimant name a wlinesae: Oitvld
Trujillo, Flora n Trujillo. Teodoao
Chuvea, Franc iaco VruJUlo, all of
Plucltue, N. M.
FrtANCISCO DEI.n ADO,
Iteglnter.
Albuquerque Evening llcr-hi.
F. Crollott
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
EMBALMER.
HI WI.HT I l l
riHMte lay or Mtht 57H.
Albuquerque foundary and
Machine Works.
aftThas rauder KarttlnlJt
Lasting la leob. Kraas. nronae,
alluanlnum. BVuclural Steel for
Hrldawe and liulldlnga
Tor kg ma tMn Alhieijeaaniwa,
M
DUKE CITY CLEANERS
We i ln ha la, gueii's and wie.
ten's 1ililiig, ruga, rurtalns,
draMrl-, ec. J 20 Went Cold.
IlKHaS IIS.
Promptness Our Motto
.jLw?i
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
aas4Ssagaaaaal
Physicians
W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. ,
Practice Limited to
CICNITta.! KI.NAK Y DlEAHk
And
rISKASF.S OF THR SHIN.
Hie VAaMTDian ami Noffuclw Teats
Halvarean " AdinltiHtered.
Cltlxens' Hank llullllng.
Albuquerque - "lew Met lea
A. 11. RHOIU LK. M. It.
PrtV'lliw l.linltel o TuAeiHiutiiSBaa
ome llou.a, io h II t, m.
Ilinnei f I VI.
114 Mi Weat Central.
Albnqtierqu Sanitarium Phone Itl.
KOIiOlo I,, in UTOV M. .
l'hy-li Ian ami Siirtieatn.
Kexldence, (lu South Walter Street.
Phone 121'j-W.
omce, I Harnett Itldg., Phone I IT,
jJRS. TULL & BAE.T3
Rpr4llata I :ye, Ear, Notax, Tttroaii
Blat) Naihmal Itank lUdf.
Phono !.
T. . TAN M S, SI. .
Spei lallat In
V.yf, I'r, .in and Throat.
Capital City Hunk llulldlng.
Santa Fe, N. Mex.
At Cnmha' Hotel, AlbU'iuerque, first
three day of every month.
Ilt.S. RAI.MOX AMI CI. MlT. F.
Practice Limited In l.y Ear, Noes
and Throat.
Sll!i Weat Central.
The Murphey Sanatorium
Tuberciiloal of the Throat nnd Luncs.
(My Otflce, 111V4 Weat Central Ave.
otllce Hours: to 11 n. m.; X to 4 p. m.
Phone r, 2 ", Sanatorium Phone 411.
W. T. Murphey, M. P.,
Medical Director.
Dentists
lIL J. Kit 4 FT,
Ixfilal Hurgery.
Rooms t and 1. Harnett Plrtg. OvM
O'Klelly's Drug Slot.
(Appointments made by malt)
limns Til.
Attorneys
SIMMS SIMMS
lawyer.
17-1 Harnett llldg. Albuqiterqas.
Architects,
EI.SON II. NOItltU
Arrliltea'l,
Pnu -ileal arnl I'p to Dale Work,
lloom I, l yric Ttioolcr liulbllng.
Telepluin) 1013.
ENGINEERS.
WILLIAM K STALKY
41 ill anil ('niiMilliiig I'jiglneer
Cromwell I'.blj.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN On salaries,
houaehnld good and llveatni g with,
out removal. Ne'e bought nd sold.
Colon Umn Co.. room 11, over First
National bank. Phone 1111.
TYPEWRITERS.
ALL Kl.N'li.S. both new and second
hand, bought, sold, rented and re
paired. Albuquerqiia Typewriter Eg
ehsngs. Phono 144. 121 W. Hold.
CUSTOM TAILORS.
Come IN and ace niy new fall wool
en. I have received a hirg atm h
of the iieweit pattern. L. C. tile
lietc, N. T. Ar.-nijo building.
Chicago Mill & Lumber C
General Planing Mill
3rd and Marquette Phone 8
Welldrillinj, Welldrivin
and Irrigation Plants
WI.MlMll.IJi. TWKS, I'I'MPH AND
111 PAllllVO
Agent for Wcla-r (.aa I.iu,-liie)
J. T. WOLKINC, IIS W. Cih Ae,
Itca. plione) 15JVV. Of( phouo Ufl
Expert Hair Work.
CoinliiiiKs tnde Into switches,
trsnarorinalloiia, puffa, curls,
St''.; sail, he dyed.
MISS. M. PI III M
alarlui llu r-.i.
Phono 121. Ill it, 4th l.

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