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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1015.
I The Markets . x New Yntk u Market. New York, K't, g. Kr th first Hum In months, representative rail ways ruled today's market, Heading iind iM-hlKh Valley lending a two to end I-'bUn Wiley lending a Ifto to ; six point advance, while apo-lalUc . muted American Hugar Ilf1 n Inir Ahai-iinda Copper, 74 111. Atchison, lot. rhino Cupper. t4. Northern I'aeillr, llJ'n. Heading. ldiS. Hunt hern Piiclilo, 1.5 'i. Cnlnn Pacini', U. l'n!ifd Wale. Hire! n4. Culled HliHe Steel, .rl.. IK1',. 1ii ami Hoard of Tin do. fhlcugo, lift. ft. Wheal suffered n InalerlHl rttiark In Ml hie todiiv, ow liiK ! the hnxe i rui estimates roll- )illneil III I lli fcuvel nment reiiori 1 opening prices, which rang l froin t.. I ' ilown. with I X'l emlier nt I t. II...:.',. were fii,.w.l I., n.Mitlon-! Ill loMee. brfore fie ilerhtin wii. i-Ih i kil. Corn, like uhent, wne afTei teil by the heap Inlini H of the WiiMh.liKloii crop report Krimt rtniiiiiui. ailMee.. however. tenOrcl (o operiite it. noine thiiiK of im oftet. The miirket. after I -ii t v S'' lower to i.c up, under went ii hIikIU in r .1 1 kiiii. Se'ibonrrl iMivlnfr .teiiilli'd rmiN. I'iu k' rn .ellinK wiukened provlH Ioiim HiKher prli-en for bos. were nlnioHt lunnrcd. flo.e: When! Dec, 01 ; M,iy. II Corn I lee., :.H,c May, r.7Tc. Hutu Iter., 3'4r; M.iy, ti. Torif !('., 1.7; Jim. I 7 3 . Ijird- Nov., IM.".; Jan.. I'l Vi llil i i't., fa.ZK; Jan. l!i..V.. lilnit" l.lx-'toi k. . Oi-t. H .- li.S He' ei.f. 1 1 ,1.11.1 ; lillirkit HtronK, tOr to l.'.r hI.omi e.terdii 'm Iiveraae. HulK, i .mil i.; he.iy, f T.r.'ii ft in; k. IVr. 7.21. 1'ntt'e Kei'i-lpt-., J.'.MO; .ni.rUet eleJldy N.ilive beif Meer. IfiLT.1.! in weNii rn r. ". Tiki s., row. .mil beifeia. Ii:ift:.. ialve.1. h lo: ti J. lot. Sbi'i-p ICe' i-liilM, I'. I.'ol, liiiirk.'t Heady Wetlier., :,.f.mi .."; buiiba. fT.lo.'.i ft u:. han-ai 1ty Nm-kh u. Kanini. itv. 'X't N IIol-h Ite iiptn. S.r.fiii; nmrki't hlEher. Hulk im.1i v i ; !, ; plK.. IT r.MH Cullle He. elplH. 1. l. HI. hteadv. I'rlll.e fed teerii, : 1 market I I'J T.'.'-l 10 .'.'.; i!ree d In i f Hieeri, $ h n 'n ?.;,; ne.lern KleerH. :.' . on . fi.ker. and feeders. t VMI l ' ; iiiiii. $r..2:.M c.iive-, la.imi 1" Sheep : eipl.i. yon..; inink't hiKher l.-ini1'. h '.':.ii 'i .i.i. jeiir ImK. IH.'J.'i 'i T in.; welbirn. .',.V.'.' g.'.n. e en, .'. J :. r, ..... MoiM-t ftliirkil. , Veiv Vork. 1'it .Mer.-illll.le el 'I '-j I er '. ill. Il.tr Mihei. 4.'-. M i. .ui dolb.rs. .5.'. Time lorn til our. s.xlv (Ih. per . etlt ; lnln-l it.) . f. per elil momlm. :t '.1 :t p r i-i i,t . 11II iiioik . Heads ; r 11 1. hit 1 i, p.-r n ut I'- . r.ile. M.-t ii I Market. Vew York. ixl. H fopper r' sidy . 1 I., in.i.ti. . i l:ii is.::.. Iron, ili ulv mid nnrli..ni!i"i" M. I ll i s' ' ante iinite t 11 .s'eadv, t j . 101 11 11 mi 1 ii'don spot ropper. i:.:..-: Tunir.M. fill; 1 I'-rl r.d I n s. spot tin, (Mi. in-; fut'iii". u:.'.. 1. , uti.iioiiy. IK':., I l int mill Sdlel'. Vew Yolk. 'N-t. s - The Mli lnl I ft I aliL'.' nlloteM e id. I I .'.'I Speller n"t .l"te.l l.oinloii' l'iid. I'' Sp.U. r, It:" . :..". tin. .l SAGE TEft DANDY Look years younger! TTsa tVi Use I lie old-time Sage Tea and Sul- : phur and nobody will know. You run turn urad. fmlcd Imlr biaiinrully dark mill liiHirou. iiliiiost over iiikIiI If you'll i!' t a Ml eent liot- ' tie of "Wyeth'H S.iKe and Sulphur 1 '0111 poii ml nt any diun t.rr. Mil-j lions of bottliH of tin- old. ran.oua Sape Tea Recipe lire sold annually, sus a well known druKKixt here, be- ....... ...... ii.. ,an 1. 11 it has In 111 applied. ! Those whose hair is turning ,ray. biToiiilim faded, iliy, HcniKKly and 1,1.111 h ve 11 surpiise awaiting them, bicaiifi- after one or two iippllrattotia the uray bur vanishes, and ..ur locks Pi e luxuriantly dark und lira. in fill alll .liin.lt .iff t..c alp itching ntnl fallinK hair stops This Is tin) iiue of youth Cray l... 1 i.i.i.nr ii'ilu. folkH iireii't want 10 DARKEN HI 1,1 around, so t busy with Wyeth's It was easy to eco what had hap iifje and .Sulphur loinuht iiihI you'll I fM'tied. The three bllla had sllps-d lie delighted with vnur dark, hiind- some hull und yo.ir yoiilhful nppeur lime within a lew days Looking for a Job? Try a Herald Want Ad. Keep the ftaeDota at Home. BUY EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN YOUR OWN HOME TOWN YD1J WILL HELP TO MERCHANTS. YOUR TOWN. AND YOURSELF EVENTUALLY ? vheee tee ran went y OCOROI MUNSON. 414 (Copyright. IKIA, by W. U. Chapman.) "I bellav In you, Jlra," Myra had iad Md ,n, w ,he out, member ot ,h. h.nfc .. .. dot , we bang tan mat wa. I Tbe situation waa Ihla: Jim Flom-! In., accent, wer. thraa thoU1.nd dollar ahort at the end of ha day. Tbrea bill of the denomination of a J thousand dollar apiece were mleelnf. , riemmg ...a in u . put " too urawer. pui mejr wore uoi iu iu drawer, and could not be found. Tbe president accepted Fleming,' explanation. Fleming retained bla po altlon In the bank aa assistant paying teller. 11 waa earning ovea buudicd and fltty a year. Jim not only retained hi position . v . , ,mm n , i. m. .... i v lull... i ""; -".r, IrZJTiii . ' - T. n wuw iLiniaii van i i v wvu auu- AmsA .H.a air... 1.11.. aft.. Knull,.H hv 'rted at twelve hundred and fifty. Then Myra, the niauaser'a aU'tioKraphtir, and Jim could have got marrlnd. Now marriage waa Impoa- alble. The fcllowa In the bank grinned MMV " W ' V. ' , MV.V IIU ILU E.1X the money away Old Mobs, tbe prenldent. waa aa hard aa naila. Ho never let up en a man. 11a had aeon at once Kleming'a Idea and determined to chorkmata the man whom he regarded aa a brazen thief. Out of bla own pocket he paid the hire ot the dutectlvea for the first aix montha, but at the annual meeting It waa decided to apend tbe money which would normally have gone to Jim' aal ary In having him watched. Year after year the watch kept up. Jim knew about It. It waa Impossible for him not to know. "With that fellow'a ganlua for fecrccy he would make a flret-ratc politician or criminal," aald old Moaa grimly, at the iccond annual meeting of the director. "Talent mlaapplled," growled the mananer. "My stenographer la t!ll en gaged to Dim." "She'll bo too old to marry him bo fore ho geta a raise," growled Moss. "And If they do marry, we'll know where tha money cornea from." Kive, aix, seven yeara paHaed. The detectives were lesa obtrusive now, but they still followed Jim Fleming Ha waa atlll liable to return home to nn(i tMnt .0;neone had tampered with hi, j,.,i. nr trunk "Jim. deur, I have sifted up a thou sand dollars," aaid Myra one day. "Iet ua be married anyway." He shook hia head grimly. Ha would not marry her until the bank had of ficially pronounced the stain upon his character wiped away. He bad often urged Myra to rcluaee him. "I'll stand by you till the end, dear," aha answered. Ily this time the director's hud come to waver In their opinion of Jim. Traps had been laid for him, opportunities placed In his way. He evaded them or did not seem to recognize them. He still remained puying teller. His sal ary should have been seventeen hun dred mid fifty. The bank was making a thousand a year out of him. linlf that money went to the detect Ivn agency, but still Jim had almost made up the missing money. The town v. us growing. At last It was decided to build a new- hank. It had outrrown Ita limited premlsea. A niannlllcriit utructuro of marble wus going up. New denks and counten hud already been Installed, and ou the ; day when tho paper and money were removed the old fixtures would be turned over to the Junk man. j Everything was ready at laRt. The malinger was auperliitendlng the re- moval of the money. Old Moss stood grimly by, watching the ceremony. j Jim opened his drawer, which he hud I pulled out mid closed so many thou sands of times during the course of his , servlie In Iho bank. He took out the bills and purkuges of coins and hand ed them to the manager, who counted tlicin and placed them In the safe, w hich stood in the 'main office, ready for removal. I The drawer bad stuck for tho first ,ln"' 1(1 u" "10e years. Jim puueit . 1, ., ,,i., ,,.- It nut half way. no farther. Moss, seeing him tugging, strolled up. Tho manager was looking nt him. From her seat at her typewriter, Jim saw Mvra looking nt hiin. Ho tugged and tugged, and tho drawer would not budge. Suddenly ho was lying upon his back, with the empty, broken drawer upon his chest, and tho old counter broken Into hulf a dozen pieces. ! H'id.lenly the manager uttered an ex rlnmation and stooped down. Km in a crevice he rxlractt.il three- thrnu brand new thousand itollar bills, lie held them up significantly. Moss came for wurd. Jim got up and stood staring at them sneecblesslv. Then, with a cry, Myra ran from her placo and flung , her arms round Jim and srhnd facing i 1 th. m all w ith lovo and defiance upon . i her face. back when me drawer was onea and had lodged at the hock In a crevice of the counter. Jim' hands must have wandered above them a score of times a day, und ha had never guessed. Jim felt them clap him on tho bark. Moss took his hands In his. "Jim," he gulped, "I want to speak to you as soon a I can see you, about about your salary." Jim hardly heard. He was looking Into Myra eyes, and they both want ed desperately to speak to each otbcf Just then about home Mot dlrtlnurliiK skin rruptlo-is, s.'orfula, pimples, raphes, el"., are ilu lo impure bl I. Mil. dui k liloml Hit lers as a cleansing blood tonic, Is well rt'ccnitnch. led. 1 1. (in ot all stores. 0 DOING AWAY WIT.! WHISKERS May th Advance of education I That la Clipping Man'a Fae ! Trimming. There u time In (ha klilpry ot man when tha whisker waa a common featur of every face capable of pro fluclDl IL When civilisation evolved tha tempered atenl blada and keen 'T' , lilt. whisker Ilka edge, man toyed with, the Whisker Ilka . ,..,,. .r..Iiii. u in. ,0 c, of ,hrubb,ry wltn lhe ,fc erniU br- Th- (.v war od mM th, M of ,h wr( pr,ctK, plH, when fMtum, ookM ont frora ,,,,,,. ,mbugBM ,nd tn. youln w,t dxemed to have attained jnaturlty only , with th arrival of tha racial folia. I When aoup became a common diver-' alon the niuatache began to loaa It vogue, though aldeburna, weeper, and ! ballyclougha held on ncraiatently. j Then men diacovered that whtaker ......... .......... 11 '" ,b trimming began to fall. Today one gela vary cloee to grandpa before one diacovera that be ta no longer young. The final blow agalnat the whlaker la being delivered by groat Industrial concern In the Raat that declare It ,h . p,BPe of myH ad of microbe, a menace to health and an encouragement to the spread Of disease. 80 whlaker. at leaat such a remain In the steel Industry, are lo go. on tha doctor' order. Presently iwarmi of clean faced, boyish looking men will he tripping to work In forge and foundry r.ppiu. .1, k i 1. . , In place of tha balry throngs of u.1-, crobe cnriiein, and such abnormal trimmings aa remain will be Isolated ! from the ordinary haunt ot man. Seatllo I'ost Intelligencer. DEATH METHODS IN DISPUTE Qusstlon Whether Electrocution I a Mora Ssvsr Punishment Than I Hanging. Whether electrocution la a more e vore punlahment than banging waa considered by tha Hupreme Court of the I'nlted States In Maloy versus Booth Carolina, In which the court up- neiu i ue ninsiiiuiiimiiiiiy 01 iiiru a law a affecting an offense committed, prior to tho statute. Tbe contention waa made that every law changlug the J punishment and Inflicting a greater one than the law annexed to the crime when committed la unconstitutional aa being an e post facto law. but the; Supreme Court bold that tha South Carolina statute Is not such a law. i Heforrinr to tho ruling that electro-'. cutlon I a lesa severe punishment than hanging, the Central Iw Jour nal Bays- "And so If the mean or method of Inflicting death, a sudden snuffing out of the vital spark Instead of !o4 strangulation to the end, i changed, some convicts might prefer the stran gulutlon. Hut tho law may declare that the former la a mitigation In se verity of the lutter, though Instances have occurred where death by stran gulation did not supervene, though ot flclally declared to have so done." Fur Market Oiaerganlxtd. The effect of tho European war has been felt In few chunnple more keenly than In the market fur furs. Rcfore the wnr Ignition and 1t.ipslc, with Purls, Pft.rograd. and St. Uiuis, were tho world markets for fur distribution, the largest part of tho trado being car ried on In London and 1 .el pale. Since tho conflict begun, tho Umrton market has been the only 0110 to conduct busi ness on a large s-ale, and even here the demand hns diminished. In conso q.tenco of prevailing conditions trap, pers la Cnnaila and tho I'nlted State are finding difficulty In getting a mar-1 ket for their catch. I'robnbly the greatest sufferers are the Canadian Indian, who have bceu notllled by tho trading companies that Hie usual sup plies of food and ammunition will not be ndvaiic.'d against their prospective catches. Sea otter Is the most valu able fur at present, with Russian eabla next, followed closely by silver fox, although when tho aire, of the skins la taken Into consideration the sablo la much the greatest In value. More of tho world's fur supply comes from tho I'nlted States than from any other country, with Canada a clone second. Then rank Itussla and Australia. Waterproofing French Uniform. In the rainy season, which lasts well ;j Into tho summer In parta of Franca nnd llelglum, the French army author-' I Itlee faced tha necessity of providing! an Inexpensive and effective tneuna of : waterproofing the uniforms of their j soldiers. A chemist came to their rescue with tha Information that th fat extracted from wool w hlle iu tho ' process 'of cleaning It for manufacture would serve their purpose. I Experiment proved that tho chem-! 1st waa right. The waterproofing Is donn by reducing the wool fat to a llipild by tha use of a solvent and dl- i luting It with bentlne or naphtha. Tha , garment la aoaked In thla solution for i a few minutes. It dries Iu a short time. Neither tho color of tho article ' nor tho fabric Is Impaired by tha treatment. ) For Mothers. ! Now that roller skating davs bava como attain, mothers, trv this atucuca- '. I tlon and save the children's stocking ' a well aa bruised knees. Cut nut leg j parts of wornout stockings (a pair ' of heavy ribbed winter atocklnga make ! excellent protectors) and pull over the knees. These will cling to the stork, j Inu underneath and the extra knee- j j Cup can hardly ba noticed Read the Evening Herald's Want Ads. They get remits. 1 1 'HIT A (nrmTTnni7'T?t A TiWf I HI B 'W -X T M M II I U L I klBiI K i bLUiJJlJl JliliP TAP V ILi A Few Wordi 2 REAL BARGAINS No. Th beautiful tract of Insld property running from Tenth to Four teenth Streets, adjoining Honeymoon Bow on th south. Including the property at corner Tenth and Central and 12th and Central. No. Th attract! v Terguson Horn on West Central Avenue, old Spanish style home, larg grounds with abundance ot abade trees; on th car line. P. F. McCANNA Stat Nat. Bank Bldg. . . . ' , . - .... - J I WAHTED. I For Sale personals. WANTKI Kulka to usa Devoe ready inilnt. on aailon covers lU s.iuare feet, two coats. Erie Curooo roof CHlnt stops leaks: lata five year. For "'I kinds of roots. Thomas F. Kele- wt c.ntr, aviue- . M'AXTKH A seemul liiind. roll-top d.Kk. Jay A. Hubbs. WANT T lil'Y Second hand bime burner In good condition, medium slr.e. MukI bo cheap. Address, "Uur gain," care Evening Herald HELP WANTED. li:A' WAXTKI Kxperineed inrilo or feinalH Kollektor for olhec sup plies. ChII between X and '. .1. in. at KehWHrtaipnn and With. Ak for Mr. Ted ou II. WANTED Male Help v A VT KI H,,ok keener, retail tner rantlie experience, K",.,i i-i.l.ry. or fire service t'o, over Wooiw.nirs. WANTKlJ Kxperienced hardware ! clerk. Apply Whitney ! I'u, 117 So. First HI. Hard w.i rc WANTED Female Help wxwwwosw WA.NTKI' A flrtt class trimmer; ".ut be HmroUKhly eomi.eient: i-i- ury no iioji.t. Apply r.i.ni'y .mii I'ln-ry. FOR RENT Booms. ft ll HKNT Two rooms furnished for liKtit housekeeping - water and lililit. !I7 S Hrmidwiiy. FOR RENT Route. 'l-'.'lt ItKNT-'Ti room modern hounc nt '-'14 V. 7th. Phone :1A. or l.i qiin. of 1:, Willi ut liruiu-filil l:ron MONEY TO LOAN. II'' YiT WISH to borrow money at 3 per cent to buy or build a home. Improve your property or pay off n mortgage, cult nt r .1 9. I.nw Li brary tiullillnn and learn of the plan of the Continental llmd toiporatloii of Hi-liver, titflcn op n from 11. in. to 6 p. 10. l'hnne "1 IlijJbeHt Qitfvlttv-. litcvsoiKl)U' pricc-Ciuts.rtNjittcilft'fl) PI1 I 1 4 One Railway Fare FOR A Real State Fare SANTA FEALL THE WAY Albuquerque, Oct. II to 16 p5 Tickets Placed on Sale October 9 Return Limit Oct. 18 BdifcaUoual, Agricultural, Horticultural, Mineral, Livestock and Health Making Resources n New Mexico Will Be Shewn. TWENTY-FOUR COUNTIES ALREADY HAVE PLANNED EXHIBITS Btrongest Line of Amusements Ever Offered the Peoplo of the Suuthwest. The Peoples' Exposition will be of Oreat Value as an Advertisement of New Mexico, and all C'tlxer.s Interested In Upbuilding th State Should Participate In It. RACES EVERY DAY-RACES 3 For rvtrtber Information, Call on P. J. JOHNSON. Aicnt. .MhiupiiX'iinc, V. r. Cost Very Little, 1 2 Fbon 643 VOn HALE City realty, ranches and grants. Rvntala receive best of at tention. New Mexico Realty Co., ' ZlTtt Wcat Oold. Ki.lt HA1.K 1 mate and five female lielglan hares. Cull at VUI West Cold or phone 1764. FOIt SALE - 3 honiesteada in tha Etiincla valley, sull.ilile for head- iiunrtcrs lor soiull bunehrs of call In Mimd open range adjacent. L. H. Chamberlain A Co.. 6-7 Whiting I'l'lff. Lost. 1 .ST Enitllsh bull dog; whit unit brown .pots. Answer to the name f John llunny. Heward If returned In Mrs James Hubbvll, S2U .North Kleeinth etreet. l.n.vr I'.old watch. F. 1.. T. ihiirm aitiiched, at ra:r grounds. $! re ward, no iUeMlol Hfki'il. Itelurn to Evraliig Herald utllco und receive ri.Wiird. I.i 'ST I-nK black purse with 15.110 paper 11 n, I I2..H) K'd'l piece. It'-t iirn In 221 South Itroadway and get re ward. Found. Itl.Ai'K water spiinii I has been taken up ut Ml Houih Hill, nw.nr can secure name liy colling und paying for ml. KeepthelfoilJoite at Home. BUY EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN V3UR0WN HOME TOWN Y3U WILL HELP YOUR MERCHANTS YOUR TOWN, AND YOURSELF EVENTUALLY WANT ADS PAY. TRY ONE 1 ybu carit resist the flavor of SUMDRE ig voun cnoctn cant supntv You.tjn.Tt us AND felVi Hli N AMf. AND ASK Ui FOR. VtfcV INTtOtSTINfa Pfc.IM.UI-l BOOS. ' P '. GfO.WtMANN CO 40G fcttNWICH STR NfW TOOK Ask Agents About Rates and Trains Albuquerque Has Provided Am ple Accommodations tor All Who Attend. or Athkess, W. A. CAMXHOKT, 4 Traveling Freight and j Passenger Agent, J But Bring Big Results Try It. IS LOOK AT THIS fa S-riMim moth-en liowm, mint In nit, (timer lot, firm Immo, prfcn rlglM, term ewayi le Ha show It lo you. PORTER-FIELD COMPANY lia Wntt Gold. Ileal IXato, !lr Inanranra, I .nana. lull sJAIil'tr c;-nii.. furniture and atova repairing-. W. A. Uoff, phone (II. CAIO'ENTEH AND Ut'ILUER Hcreenlng and repairing; price rea sonable. I'hnn 1447W. .. ft CLEftH-UP TIME IS HERE t Our Una if New Designs) la WALL PAPER Catalog and Mmploa Cpoa IteqaeM. C. A. Hudson FiwrUj and CVippar Ave. .. LUKE CITY CLEANERS Wa ('loan turn, mm' and wo men's, clothing", rut, rtirtslna, cl rw port os, etc. 2S0 Weat Gold. Itiona 44. Promptness Oar Motto C. T. FRENCH rCNKRAL Hilt KOTO II KMUALMKIL I ad j AnslHtant. Pirth and Central. - Phone Itay and Mght, 6M. tJAJiTA FJS TIME TAULli EH (In effect Sunn.,, 1 u. 7th, till.) Weat No. Dally. Ar. Dp. 1 California Expresa. 7:i0p :10i 3 California Lln lttd . 1 1 :0a ll;J"a 7 East Expresa .4.'. 10.16a East Mull ll:r.0p 12:10a 1 Da Luxe (Thurs.). T:i0a 1. 00s Rootle 10 Kl Peso Exprem... lO.lOp 111 El Paso Express... '.ifral I'jtM Dally. 10 Atlantic l.x press. . . 7:af,a ft Or,,, 1 Ecstern Expresa .. I. lip I 4up 4 California Limited. (:4Up 7:V0p I K. C. Chicago Ex. 7:16p 7:b0r 10 1 Luxe 1 Wed.)... I.OSp ;lp liin houtl 110 K. C. Chicago.. T:0a 111 K. C. Chicago.. I SOp Standard sleeper for Clovl and Roswell leaves on No. 101, connect ai Helen with train No. It, leaving Ula at 11:11 p. m. No. 7 carries on coach only; n sleepers. N. II will have Wanlard sleapai from Itoswell from 'rala No. 1 a' ttalea. p.j. jonxsnx.AQt. NirriCK lIHt Pl'lll.H ATION. . Iiepiirtment of tho Interior. I'nlted State, l.nd titlico at Hanta Fe, N- .M.. Heplemhrr 2", 1915. Notice Is hereby given that Desl- derlo Trujlllo, of Ssn Muteo New Mexico. who nn Ke'oruary 15, lii!4. mtiilo llomesteod Entry No. i.'.'OI:'. for sWt, (or olts snd 7 in. I KWh, Hetption , Township 14 S-, Itanee W. S. M. P. meridian, I'as tiled Police of intention In me.ke threo year proof, to estiihllsh claim In tlie land ai.ove detu'rthed, before I'bas. V. Ifohiiau, Clilted htates ct.m- mlHeioiier, at Caheson, N. M., on the 12th day of November, 115. Claimant names us witnesses: Francisco Mo.itiyu, of El I'.ancho ile lit Puitta; Joen II. pereu. or Kan Mateo, N. M ; Trail. iillln Ansurex. of San Mate.). N. M.i l-ndro 8undo- al, of Hun Msteo, N. M. E 1 1 A N -1 H ' 1 I E I y A Di , IlrRlster The "Evening Herald" Albuquerque, X. M. BEAVER BOARD SnEBWIN WILLIAMS PAINT ALABABTINE J. 0. BALDEIDOE LUMBEE CO. Phou 402 4-3 South rtrst Street W4T4mmTttWIHvTVMlMl4mWWT W. U. HAHN CO. Crrlllo Lump. Gallup Lamp, Kindling and Mill Wml, Urldt ami 1'laatorlna; lim Kanus Ira lirpk, I tii bt Iu f 1H-1 of all kliiils, rilONR It FOR SALE 'ew i-Mnry belefc; lurgn Mr rMm; T living rroew (m. Will sell t-lMWp and on em; tee-mas J. 11, PEAK. Fhtma lit til W. Central. PROFESSIONAL CARD?. Pbyticiaai. W. II. SHERIDAN. M. D. Practle Limited to , GKfUTO-t'ltl.tAHx DISEASES ' And msEASFJI OF TUB RKIW. Tha Wmmrmnn and Nogui-ld Testa. Salvaraan "HOC Adminunered. Citiaen' IJank Building. Albuquerque - - New Mazle The Mnrphey baaatortum Tuberculnal of tha Throat end Lnnga. City Office. 113 Vi Weat Central Ave. Office Hours: t to II a. to.; t to p. m. eanatorlum Phono 4IL W. T. Murphey, M. . Medical Luractor. DR3. TULL & BAKX3. Bpestaitcta Eya, l-ir. Noaev ltiroaa. btata National Hank llldg. rhoiHi . E. E. R0YER. M. D. IIOMFOIMTIIIC PIIYhlllAV OnNw. Whiting llldg. I'luina tit PR8. R.MJIO!t AND CLARK K Practice Limited to Eya, Ear, JMoaa and Throat. IIIH Wea Citwtral. SOIiOMON U BrrtTfJN, H. D. rhyati-laa and Bargon. Residence, 110 South Walter B'.reeC Phon 1140-W. Office. Barnett Bldg. Phna (IT. nn, M.n2.itr.T c. CARTWiutiiiT Practle Limped to Women' axl Children's Disease. Ill West Cold Ave. Phone 171. Arhoquerqtie, N. M. DR. W. W. DILL, TTiiKncriioeia New Armljo IUrts. t lo d p. aa. niu ft. a. VON AIM FN Practice Limited to Eya, Ear, Noaa and Throat. j nrflr Hour.. 10 to 11; t to 4. ! IHMa W, Omlrat Ave. lltona H99. l'ltl.IVTKltl AN IHkHI'ITAIi. The general hospital la entirely aart from tho tubercular sanato rium. Th operating rooms and guest rnoms ro new and modern In every particular, lutes. 111 nnd 111. Tela, phone 141. Dentists. DIL J. KltArT Dental Kurgery. Rooma t and 1, Harnett Bldg. Ova "B" Theater. (Appointment made by mall.) I'lMma 744. Architects. stelaJe EI .SON 11. Nouiua retuieo. Prarilml and tp to Date Work. ItiKim 7, romwr1l llldg. Trlrtlwne 1091. Attorneys. JOHN F. SIMMs lawyer. 17-t rtarwMt llhle. Albnqnerja Typewriters. ALL KINDS, both new and second band, bought, sold, rented and re paired. Albuqueriua Typewriter Ex change. Fhone 771. Ill So. Ind kW. 1 lATTKHH ..P cnjCANEUH. GET out your old felt hit and eend it to Wright's Hal company, 111 South Heron d street snd have It made over Into a new fall sUl. Expert Hair Work. Comolngs mad Into switches, transformations, puffs, curia, etc.; .wlfhr. dved. MltS. M. rKDKN MartneJr Shop, rhon 111. Ill 8. 4th tit. Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. General Planing Mill 3rd and Marquette, Phone 8 ) Gallup I'g, AiiUiratlto, AO