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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1911.
DR. A. WILLIAM KIRSCH, C. S., C. P. SCIENTICIAN AND BIOCHEMIST Representing the Laws of Nature Residence . . . 715 East Central In ii a II hr Aim n n nTnn r n n r" ' . Wall Street New Vork, Jan. 10. On the stock exchange toiluy business fell off niarkodly In stocks and bonds and while prices reflected no great weak ness until the final hour, the under time was uncertain all day. A rise of seven points In Canadian Pacific with yesterday's announcement of a proposed increase in the dividends to 19 per cent and stimulated some de mand for affiliated Issues. In the late trading heavy selling of certain indus trials produced nil around weakness and the market closed heavy with a majority of net losses. Heaviness was most pronounced In Central Leather and American Hide and Leather. American Cotton oil and Corn Products were nfficted and trickled under slight pressure. United States Steel was fairly steady and the Company's report of unfilled tounue for December showing a decrease of 85,000 tons marked a new low record In the history of the corporation. Copper shares Inclined to heavi ness here and abroad and in London futures in the metal declined over 11 shillings. The only change In the local mone tary condition was a better Inquiry for time loans without effect on rates. Closing stocks: A'lla Chalmers, pfd 28 Amalgamated Copper 63 American Agricultural 4 7 American Beet Sugar 0 American Can 9 American Car and Foundry... 51 ',4 American Cotton Oil 56 American Hide and Leather, pfd 20 American Ice Securities ....... IS American Linseed 11 Vi American Locomotive 38' American Smelt and Keflnlng. , 104 American Steel Foundries .... 4 4 American Sugar Itcfinlng 113 American Tel. and Tel 14 Hi American Tobacco, pfd ..94 American Woolen 31 Anaconda Mining Co..,,....,. S9',4 Atchison 102 do preferred 102 Vj Atlantic Coast Llw 1 1 6 'j Baltimore and Ohio 108 Kcthleham Steel 29 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 75i Canadian Pacific . i 204 Central Leather 29 do preferred 102 , Central of New Jersey 252S0 Chesapeake and Ohio 81U Chicago and Alton 2434 Chicago Great Western 22 Vi do preferred : 45 Chicago and North Western. . .142 Ms Chicago. Mil. and St. Paul 124 C C, C. and St. Louis ....... 64 Colorado Fuel and Iron 81 lfc Colorado and Southern ....... 58 Consolidated Gag 13!)4 Corn Products 3Vj Delaware and Hudson 166 Denver and Rio (irande 29 do preferred 68V4 Distillers' Securities 32 Va Erie 27 do, 1st preferred .. ... 45 do, 2nd preferred 35 Cteiieral Electric 151 ' irciU Northern, pfd 125 Oroat Northern Ore Cti's 57 Vi Illinois Central 134 Interhoroirsh-Met 19 do preferred , . . . 53 & Inter Harvester ...11014 Inter-Marine, pfd '. . 1 5 Va International Paper 12 Iowa Central 18 Kansas City Southern 32 V4 do preferred 64Vi l.uced Gas 110 Vi Louisville and Nashville 144 Minneapolis and St. Louis 2614 Minn., St. P. and Sault Ste. M.134'4 .Missouri, Kansas nnd Texas.... 33 do preferred . 62 Va Missouri Pacific 46 National Hiscuit 1161118 National Lead ; 54 V4 Natl Itys. of Men., 2nd pfd 37 New York Central ...........110?; New York, Ontario and Western 41 Norfolk and Western 10114 North American 64 Northern Paclllc 1 1 7 V3 Pacific- Mail . . . '. , . 27 Pennsylvania ' 128 People's Gas 100 Pittsburg, c. "C. and St. Louis.. 97 Pittsburg Coal . , . . 18 Pressed Steel Car 31 Pullman Palace Car 159 Hallway Steel Spring 32 Heading 155 Hepublic Steel 31 do preferred 93 Nock Island Co. . 29 'hi preferred . 59 CAUSES SICKNESS H I leal Hi Impossible Willi n Dis ordered Stomach. , , There la nothing that will create sickness or cause more trouble than a disordered stomach, nnd many people dally contract serious maladies sim ply through disregard or abuse of the "'onisch. . .. We urge everyone suffering from "".v stomach derangement, Indigestion "r dyspepsia, whether acute or hronie, to try RcxnU Dyspepsia Tab '''ts, win, tliu distinct understanding ,llit we will refund their money wlth "t question or formality, If after r itsonahle use they are not satisfied "'in lile results. Wn rcionimcnd tlie-t "liijloiners every day, or any one wno flted by them. nnd $1.00 a box only Ht our store. iiv. The J. 11, J in t Olun 38 24 60 49 115 26 2 61 33 25 23 Vi 52 173 93 69 34 74 117 ; 4 3 63 15 33 50 66 74 4 175 Total sales for the day, 379,600 sharos. -' The general bond market was ir regular. Total sales, par value, $3, 046.000. United States bonds wrer unchang ed on call. ; . Boston Closing Stocks Allouex Amalgamated Copper Am. Zinc, Lead and Sm Arizona. Commercial Atlantic llos. and Corn Cop. and, Si). Jig. Butte Coalition Calumet and Arizona .,, Calumet and Hecla Centennial Copper Range Con. Co Kast Butte Cop. Mine Franklin Glroux Consolidated Granny Consolidated , Greene Cnnanea lslo Roynlle (Copper) Kerr Lake 6 Lake Copper La Sallo Copper Miami Copper Mohawk : .v ..... . Nevada Consolidated .......... Nlplsslng Mines ....... . ... . North Unite j. . . North Lake i Old Dominion Osceola Parrott (Silver and Cop.) Quiney Shannon Superior Superior and Pitts. Cop. ....... Tamarack U. S. Sm. Ref. and Min do preferred Utah Consolidated Utah Copper Co Winona Wolverine ; . ; 35 63 25 13 4 11 18 46 517 12 67 11 9 6 38 6 14 11-16 33 4 19 45 18 10 27 6 38b 113:i 12 70 11 37 13 45 35 46 13 43 8 116 The Metal Markets New York, Jan. 10. Standard cop per, Eteady; spot and January, $12.0(1 12. 12 1-2: February, $12.05i' 1 2.15; March, $ 1 2.1 0J 1 2.20 ; April, $12.15 12.30. London, dull; spot,- 55, 17s, 6d. Futures 56, 13s, 9d. Arl'lvuls re ported at New York, 735 tons. Cus tom house returns shows exports of 9,493 tons so far this month. Lake copper, tl3.00.vl3.Z&; electrolytic, $12.75cl3.00; and casting, 12.50t 32.75. Lead, quiet; $4.454.55 New York; $4, 30fft 4.35 Eust St. Louis. London lead, 13, 2s, 6d. Spelter, steady; $5.55 fl 5.65 New York; $5.40 (i-5.45 East St. Louis. Lon don. 24. Silver, 51 3-1; Mcslcan dollars. 15c. St. Louis SH-lier. St. Louis, Jan. 10. Lead, stendy: $4.37 1-2; spelter, quiet; $5.4005.42 1-2. Xew Vork Exchange. Chicago, Jan. 10. Exchange on New York, par. ' k . ;.-,, ii,. ... St. Louis Wool fit. Louis. Jan. 10. Wool, unchang ed: medium grades.' combing and clothing, 22U23e; light fine 20i,22c; heavy fine 15(ffl7c; tub washed, 20 33c. : " "' lloston Wool Market. ; ttoslon. Jan. 10.--Trtiaing in tho lor en! wool market continue moderate with Montana and other territory stock lending. Fleece wools are In fair demand nnd pulled wool Is firm, otherwise the genernl run Is quiet. Heavy sales of Montana clothing have been reported and twenty cents Is said to have been paid for fine, or flfly-seven cents on' a scoured buds. tnnulrv for Ohio fleeces is confined to one-quarter blood and a til tie Mis souri one-quarter blood found u n ;ycr recently at 26 l-2e. Quotations Scoured basis: Texas fine, 12 months. 58 to 6fle; fine. 6 to 8 months. 62 55c; fine fall, 48ft 50c. Territory fine staple, 60 0 12c; fine medium staple, 58 & 59c; ' fine el. .th ing. 54 iff 55c: half blood combing. B I?i68c; 3-8 blood combing. 53 56; quarter blood combing. 4911 50c. Pulled extra, 65 Hi: fine "A" SRfli 60c; "A" - supers, S3(!i5.p0. Chicago Board of Trade Chicago, Jan. 10. Prediction of ruin or snow for all the winter wheat states made trices here heavy today. St. Louis and S. Fran., 2nd pfd. St. Louis Southwestern do preferred Sloss Sheffield Steel and Iron.. Southern Pacific Southern Railway Southern Railway do preferred Tennessee Copper Texas and Pacific, .i Toledo, St. Louis and West.... do preferred Union Piicillo . . . .- ' do preferred United States Realty United States Rubber ......... United States Steel do preferred Utah Copper Virginia Carolina Chemical.... Wabash do preferred Western Maryland Westlnghouse Electric Western Union Wheeling; nnd Lake Erie Lehigh Valley In thc southwest particularly, the fall grain needs moisture and also requires protection from cold weuther. Closing ft mi res were l-4iti.l-Se down to l-4rJ-.V lip. Cora finished un changed to 3-Sc higher; oats the same as last nighl nnd provisions 20c lower to 5c advance. j May wheat ranged from $1.00 5-8 j 101 i-2, closing steady at $1.01 1-S i 1? 1.01 1-4. a net loss of 1-S$il-4e. I May corn fluctuated between 49 - sr.. -,o .i nn 3.s. uliti the close I steady at 50 l-4$r50 3-8c. a gain of l-4c over last night. Cash corn was easy; No. 2 yellow finished at 45? .47 l-2c. May onts varied from 34 3-4 to 35c twlth the latest figures 34 7-8 In 35c, precisely the ' earn as twenty-four hours previous. Provisions sank because the cash meat trade was reported poor. Pork chwed 15ii5y lower; lard went down 5 to 20e and ribs 15c off to 60c up. New York Cotton New York. Jan. 10. Cotton easy ut a net gain of only 2 to 10 points. The Livestock Market. Chicago UveMock. Chicago, Jan. 10. Cattle Receipts 5,500; market steady. Reeves, $4.65(! 7.00; Texas steers, $4.15 (r 5.30; west ern steers, $4.25fa 5.90; stockers and feeders. $3.655."0; cows and heif ers. $2.55?? 6.25; calves. $7.00W9.25. Hogs Receipts, 25,000; market slow and 5c lower. Light. $7.80 W 8. 10;, mixed, $7.808.10; heavy, $7.80 (W8.10; rough, $7.807.!)0; good to choice, heavy. $7.90i8.10; pigs. $7. 50f?8.10; bulk of sales. $8.001i 8.05. , Sheep Receipts, 17.000; market steady. Native, $2.50(fif 4.45; western. $2.65i4.40; yearlings. $4.G0?ii 5.70; lambs, native, $4.75 6.50; western, $5.0Otr6.5O. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City. Jan. 10. Cattle Re ceipts, 11,000, including 500 south erns; market steady. Native steers, $5.25 Si) 6.75; southern steers, $4.75 6.15; southern cows, $3.00 4.75; na tive cows and heifers, $3.006.00; ctockers and feeders. $4.25 5.75; bulls. $4.00!( 6.15; calves, $4.508. 50; western steers, $4.756.25; west ern cows, $3.00(ff5.00. Hogs Receipts, 17,000; market 5c lower. Hulk of sales. $7.80f(7.90; heavy, $7.86 if) 7.92 1-2; packers and butchers, $7.857.95; light, $7.80 7.90. Sheep Receipts, 7000; market steady. Muttons, 13.50 4.35; lambs $5.604i 6.35; fed wethers and year lings, $4.00 . 5.60; fed western ewes, $3.25 & 4.00. Foley Kidney Pill Are tonic In action, quick In results. A special medicine for nil kidney and bladder disorders. Mary C. Abbott. Wolfeboro, N. If., says: "I was af flicted with a bad case of rheumatism due to uric ncld that my kidneys fail ed to clear out of my blood. I was so lame in my feet, joints nnd back that It was ngony for me to step. 1 'used Foley Kidney Pills for three days when I was ablo to get up and move about and tho pains were all gone. This great change in condition I owe to Foley Kidney rills and rec ommend them to anyone suffering as I have." J. II. O'Rlelly Co. Properties in Mogoilon and Kel ly Developing Steadily; Work May Be Resumed in Socorro Smelter, Mogoilon The mill of the F.rm tino Mining company crushed 607 Ions of ore tho last week of tho year from which were produced 4 7 sucks of concentrates and a large quantity of gold-silver precipitates. Development Is adding to the gold reserve. The Socorro mines milled over 1500 (oiih the first half of December. Concen trators are making good progress In thefcinaln three compartment shaft and vigorous development is prosecut ed throughout tho mine, Crushing of ore is expected to begin on the Dead woSfl mines nnd a storage tank of steel end concrete for oil has been constructed at the Silver City rail road1 yards. Development continues on the east vein of thc Cooney mine and also In the east drift of the Lit tle. X'hnrlle. The latter Is advancing In a large body of milling ore. Work on the Malachite Is through the Leap Year tunnel. The assay laboratory is completed. The ore chute on tho Gold Dust mines has been proven for 175 feet along the strike In the lower tunnel. Values are largely gold. The contract has been completed in the Anaconda shaft of the Albata Min ing company. Good ore was encount ered by the Ernestine Mining com pany In the crosscut on the third lev el. Engineers have completed the wield work of the tunnel survey of the Oaks company nnd tire mapping the same. The main tunnel Is being driven north with two shifts on the Admiral Dewey-Apache group. R follows the hanging wall ledge of the mother lode. ' Kelly. -The fifty tori dry concen trating plant of the Mistletoe Mining company at Kelly, Socorro county, has proved a success. The ore treated was a complex sulphate carbonate lead ore In limestone ganguc. Heads ranging from 4 to 8 tier cent were concentrated to 47 per cent. The tailings averaged less than one per cent. The crushing machinery of the mill consists of a crusher and coarse and fine rolls. The coarse table has a capacity of 40(1 pounds of concen trates an hour and the fine table 250 pounds. Forty tons of ore hie been run over the course table In 24 horn's, The' mill cost approximately $20,0(10 And Is run by a 45 horsepower steam plant. The Lynehburk properties consisting (if seven claims have been bunded by the American Zinc nnd Lead company and an initial payment of $5,000 has been made., Tin; MINES AND MINING IN NEW MEXICO IT READ (g LOST AND FOUND PARTY- having Scotch collie belong ing to. Al Soell Is known. Return to 724 N. 4th St. No questions asked. LOST- Small .Navajo saddle blanket. Reward for return to 211 W. Gold. Miss Katherlne Marl. LIVESTOCK RESPONS1BLK purty who has good range and experience, wants to lease large or small band of sheep; shares or cash; will offer good prop osition. L. P. s.. Journal. FOR RENT Rooms FOR RENT Sai.ttary and modern rooms Rio Grande. H9 AV. Cntral. I-'CR Rl-NT lJe-nitlful sunny room In new house; er-rythlng new. Ad dress 609 W. Lead avenue. ' port RENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 609 N. 2d Street. " FOR RENT Nicely furnished room ' for light housekeeping, with ele irant sleeping porch. Cull at 4H N, Fourth. FOR RENT Very large well furnish ed steam heated rooms, electric light, suitable for three gentlemen. 72S N, Second St. ' ' TWO NICK front rooms, one for lady, one for gentleman, Including board, $25 per month each. 512 N. Fifth. FOR RENT Two large rooms, fur nished for housekeeping. 517 So. Broadway. ' FOR RENT Furnished five-room modern house. 205 N. Waltur St. Apply316 W.Ccntriil. FOR RENT Two rooms, 'furnished for housekeeping; modern. 306 W. Santa Fe, FOR RENT Furnished room with private family; modern. 608 S. Third street. Lynchburg and the Magdulcna. Tun nel company claims have been consol idated with the Mistletoe Mining company nnd the new management will erect n 150 ton dry concentrating plant of the type of the present Mis tletoe mill. A ton of Leudville ore has been shipped to Kelly for a trial run. Work has been resumed on the Trl-Hulllyn mill after a twelve day shut down, during which thc mill was overhauled. The mill consists of eight Traylor tables and two Dlester slime tables, for the separation o'f the lead from the sine, nnd four magnetic Dean separators for the separation of the zinc fromjthe iron pyrites. New ore bins have' hcen built for shipping concentrates. Sniilu Rita. There are fioo men on thy mill pay roll at Santa Rita, Grant county. Work n the new mill Is progressing. Nine new waste cars have nrrlvej. Socorro. -Report has it again that work would be resumed on the So corro (imelter bjj'tho Sherwln Wil liams people.' Rent. The Tulurosa Copper com pany at Hent, Otero county, has re ceived a carload of machinery for the enlargement of Us concentrator. Loidsbiiig. There were shipped 102 cars of ore from Lordsburg, Grant county, In December. Tho rock crusher at Steins Is to resume in May for a lung run and several hundred men will be given employment. Steps huve been taken to patent the Amal gamated company mines at Shakes peare. Colonel ltenn bus filed an ad verse. The Klgbl.v-Flve company al though it has repaired Its hoist which caused a shut down, l now having trouble with Its pump and has been unable to clear n space 'for the pump to work. There i were, no claims Jumped on New Years, ns every one had done his assessment work. A Reliable Cough Medicine Is a valuable family friend. Foley's Honey and Tar fulfills this condition exactly. Mrs. Charles Kline, N. 81b St., Easton, Fa., stntes: "Several members of my family have been cured of bad coughs and colds by thc use of Foley's Honey and Tar nnd 1 am never without a bottle in thc house. It sooths and relieves the ir ritation in tho throat and loosens up the cold. I have always found It a reliable cough cure." J., II. ORkily Co. NOTICE.' Notice Is hereby given that the regular nnnual meeting of the stock holders of tho Hank. of Commerce will be held at its banking rooms in the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, at 10 o clock a. m., January K8, 1911, for the election of directors and suc'i other business as may como before said meeting. , W. S. STRICKLER, Cashier. : Applications fur Onr.lnir permit!. Notice Is 'hereby given that nil ap plications for permits to graze entile, horses, hogs sheep, and goats with in the Maiuano Nullonul Forest dur ing the season of 1911 must be filed in my QTice at Albuquerque, New Mexico, on or before February 20, 1911. Full Information in regard to the grazing fees to be charged, and blank forms to bo used In making ap plications will bo furnished upon re quest. W. R. MATTOON. Supervisor. JOIIX 1). Did. M MOM), Carix-nier ami fob Work. Mission Furniture nnd Other Articles Mnde to Design, riione 1371, or' Call H02 East Silver. CHICHESTER S PILLS Wj;.. TIIK IHt UOMI IIIMMI. A a. ax l..JI..I Aoi. I oar Orwgl.t (, . I M-rhM-lrr'i Ihum .i.i Ilro.lA I'lll. In tr ml ri,,.V' I"im, mM .Hh HI, Knj,ai. YK 'tmkm mm t'ir. lluv mt -ur " . MrnirL'U. A.v !-H 111. II HIAM IIHtMl Fll.l. SULOBrpiitOGISrSlVLKVnHtKE he Wants Today PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS Ob Funtltur. flam Ortan. Rorws. Wss.iiw nd othtr Chttl; alto ta Ralarlu n.l Wrh.u Uclpt. w luw u lit 0 nd ninn u Loini ar utcklrmad ml irlciiy privit. Tint ou month to on Tr (inn. Oooda to remain la your poMcwloB. Our rt tr ruoabl. i'H ind u b'or borrowing. HIMatthlp tickta to nd from til part of th worUL TUB MUl'SKUOI.O LOAN I'OMrAMV. Baonn t ma 4, Urea Hla4 FH1VATB OF-KU-RS, OPEN HVBNlNUS, WSVi Wast Onlml Araaa. HELP WANTED Male WANTED Men and boys to work at automobiling, electricity, surveying. plumbing, bricklaying. Learn In few months. Make more money, positions secured. Write for booklet. No ex pense. Nat. School of Engineering, 2110 W, 7lh, I.OS Angeles. Cal. WANTED Salesmen Agents ytnTfTirfiTE wuTTaiv you to correspond with ma If you wnni goon work, write hi once. is. llenedlct, 327 W. Michigan St., Chi cago, HI. HELP WANTED Female WANTED A girl for general house work; small family. Apply -ill S. Atno 8treet, 1 WANTED At once, competent cook Apply 803 N. Eighth. Mrs. O. N. .Ma null. . WANTED Girl for general house- vork. Apply 621 N. 1st St. WANTED A first-class cook; gobd wages to right person. Apply morn lugs. Mrs, Ivan Urunsfeld, 100 W. Tljeras. WANTED A competent maid for general housework; good wages; no washing. Apply for particulars SOS Tljeras ave. COOK or girl for'geiierul housework; good wages. Apply 112 N. Walter. WOMEN, sell guaranteed hose. 70 per cent profit. Make $10 daily. Full or part time, lteginners Investi gate. Strong Knit, Uox 4023, West liiiledulphla, Pa. JVANTE sTrCATlo55 WANTELvTlyelipirT enced ttccountunt in groceries or general merchandise, systemizlng, in voicing. Must httvo work. Address W. II. Smith.JOO South Rroadway, WANTED Light housework or child ren s iiursc,40j8. 2nd St. WANTED lialn sewing. Apply room 28, Westminster Hotel. Fhone 1073. WANTED Miscellaneous WANTED Clean cotton rags at ifae a pound at the Journal Office. LADIES or Gentlemen of good ad dress for traveling position; no selling; yenrly contract; $25 per week; salary and all necessary traveling ex penses. Call room 7, Savoy Hotel. WANTED To connect your house to tho main sewer, prices reasonable. O Fisher & Co., phone HOC. WANtcd mlssellaneous HAVE A. C. Hollls do your carpvnter work. Designer, builder and re pairer of store, office, bank and bar fixtures, storo front remodeling. 714 N. Third St., phone 130N. WANTED Sunny room with board or for housekeeping, private family, for one; east side preferred. Not a healthseeker. Address Mrs. F. C. Wood, 805 Grand avenue. WANTED Two or three good rooms with bath for light house keeping; close in. Address, F. C. S., euro Jour nal. WANTED ty lienllhy family, 3 or 4 furnished rooms In 4th Ward for light housekeeping. Address J, (). (.!,, care Journal, or phone 1550. WUI 'LD llkoto rent- single buggy and harness. II. W. !., Journal. WANTED To purchase suiiili es tabllnbed business, not over $2,000. Owners direct no agents'. Address E. II. II.. cure Morning Journal. WANTED 8 furnished rooms or small furnished house, convenient to Santa Fe shops, for family, of t'o. References exchanged. Address II. M. S., care Journul. WANTED Boarders WANTED A limited number of tnble boarders in private family. Centrally located. Phone 342, WANTED Hoarders 'and "rooiners Vn private 'family. Strictly modern. No sick. C01 a Uroadwiiy or phono 1503. ' FOR RENT Dwellings FOR RENT Cottages, 2 to 6 rooms, furnixlicd or unfurnished. Apply W. V. Fu t re M. I en ver 1 1 otnl, FOR RENT (Jot luge, five rooms and bath, modern, hot water heal, Ma- Jestlo range, hIso ga In kitchen.. A. W. Anson, 83 ivortn yniirin sireet, FOR RENT Furnished, new modern tent house, with sleeping porch. 1019 South Walter Pt. FOft RUNT Two 4-rnom cottages at $10 each. See J. M. Bollle, 115 W. hold avenue. FOR RENT 2-room furnished tent house, 1003 N. 7th SL FOR RENT Two 4-rooin dwellings. Mniii i'ii conveniences; $110 per monlh. N. 517- N. 7th St., and E. IlHacldlnc. repairs to stilt tenants; no objection In children. Apply c::i Cupper ave.. inormngs.. FOR RENT Two I'oiir-room dwell ings; modern conveniences, $20 per month, 517 N. "tb and East llasel dine; repairs to soil lenaiil; no objec tion to children. Apply :'3 Copper nve., mornings. For Ri;.'T K-rouiii iiioileiu bilek luiiiic; well furnished; Inrge yard. fl'.!.1 South Walter, $:i; water nld. IJuiisakcr & Thiixtoli, 201 N. Gold. STORAGE WANTED l'lunos. household aoods. etc.. stored safclv at reasonable rates. Advances made. Vhone 640. The Security Warehouse and lnumivn- ment Co. Offices, rooms 3 and 4. rant block. Third street ami I 'mi tral avenue. FOR SALE Real Estate ANY lot in the swell West End (I'c rea addition! which Is posted with my sign board can be bought for $5 a month. Some choice, ones left. Sale will snoii close. Investigate. J. 11. Hurg. owner, 215 W. Gold avenue. l'hone 67 S. FOR sai.i:. Lots in all pr.rts of tho city; $00 up. Farm land from $50 per acre up. We still huvo that splendid 35- acre farm, one mile from lily, but If you don t hurry you will miss it. A good business that c eared over $2,S0O last year on $7,000 Investment. MH'M'UHAN DF.YTK.K, Sl West Otilrnl. riiono 411. FOR SALE Irrigated farms, 1 to 200 acres. A Motitoya, 108 8. 3rd. FOR SALE 100 acre Improved farm, miles from town; $100 per acre. A. Montoya, 108 S. 3rd. FOR SALE or exchango for ranch or city property. 140 acre Olilnho ma farm. Rox 10 Journal. FOR SALE Half Intercut in best paying business In Albuuucinue; small investment. Address J-31, Journal. FOR SALE Cheap, desirable lot In Highlands. l'hone ltlil. FOR SALE Two nice level fifty foot lots on High St., $200 cash, lor a few days only. W. 1", Metcnlf, 321 Gold live. FOR SALE Miscellaneous High. Call after d p. in. FOft SALE Five passenger touring auto, fully equipped with top, wind shield, spedometcr, lamps, etc.. In A-l condition; leaving town reason for selling; it's a bargain. 504 W. Cen tral. FOR - SALE Concord ' buggy and spring wagon. Gul't ft Smith, 813 West Copper Ave. FOR SALE One gentle horse, Jer sey cow, fresh; the best In tho val ley; ,0110 pair , youinj mules. , John Mann. , ,, FOR SALE One horse Wagner mo tor, nearly new. Can bo seen at 1010 S. Amo. FOR SALE A few Ions of native and mixed hay. Call 613 E. Conl. FOR SALE Furniture, mission stylo, brand new; enough to furuUsh small home complete. Apply, W. W., Morn ing Journal. FOR SALE Store fixtures, cheap. Apply 220 W, Central. FOR SALE Cheap, riding und drlv- lngJ'ouy.724 a Second. FOR SALE Two I'hilo IncubatorsT good condition, hatch well. Address A. L. W Agudo, N. M. FOR SALE Furniture of 3-rooms, Including range, linoleum, iron crib, sewing machine; house for rent. Call evenings. 20U Smith llroadwny. FOR SA Id: Fine black pony, new harness and buggy; gentle, ride or drive; cheap today. 814 H, Kdllh. FOR SALIC , piano: good condition. Address I. O. Itox l!4. FOR SALIC jersey cow, giving seven quarts; leaving town; no sick; first check for $70 takes her.- l'hone 222. Ft lit SA L E M cell ftoflzed "af e. Apply (123 W. Copper. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALIC Owing to urgent business In terests necessitating my leav ing Alhuqucrquo, I offer for sr.le, chi'tip for cash, my one half Interest In Hotel Crnlge, no better paying business In Albu querque, today. Investigate at once. J. A. WOOD. ROOMING JIOISDS FOR SALE One 0-rootn, $275. One li-rnoin, $350. Ono 14 -room, $1400. Ono 2n-rnom, $1500. The above are good values nnd nil nro rented to good ndvnulnge See W. V. Futrello, room 18, Denver ho tel. The best small retail liquor proposition in New Mexico, for sale. F. L. WALRATH, 1 Celen, N. M. FOR RENT Miscellaneous iiAvyrriVinRiT"w1n'ierornr its" keep. Inquire I'enrson, 400 South Ft roadway, JJSCEaAJOU I'ltlVATK LEHK0N8 In riiyslcni Cul ture and Medical Gymnastics; gradiinto of Anderson Normal Gym nasium. Call from 9 to 13 a. m.. Mildred T. Sturdevanl, 201 N. Amo SI, fry a Mor'nlngTournal WantAa1 USINESSNCES $1.2a l'EK WOKD Inserts Classified ads. in 36 leading papers in the U. S. Send for list, The Daks Ad vertising Agency, 432 8. Main St., Los Angeles, or II Geary St., San Fran- PROFESSIONAL CARDS ASSAYERS W JliNKS Aissyer. Mining and Metallurgical Engineer, K0 Wnt Fruit Avenue. . Postofflee llox 178, or at otftce of R. H. Kent. 112 South Third Street IZZ ATTORYS ; K. W. li?RRVVANW" Attorne y-at-t aw. Offlc In First National Dank Build- ing, Albuquerque. N. W. JOllX W. WILSON Atlorncj-at-T.tiw. Rooms 15-17-19 Cromwell Rldg. Res. Miono 1457. Office Phono 1171 Gi.onc.i; s. Ki.ocK Attorney. Rooms S-9, Stern Hlock. Albuquerque. . , American Surety llonds. DENTISTS DR. J. K. KRAFT Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2-3, Harnett Uulldlng. Phna 744. Appointments made by mail. ffiYsTclANTWIuMols A. U. BHORTEL, M. D . rractlce Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours; 10 to II. Rooms 8-9-1 a. State Nat'l. Rank Wrt. UOLOMOX I ni'RTOS. M. D. Physlclau and Burgeon Suite , Burnett Bid. ARTHUR E. WALKER lire Insurance, SeTctry Mutual Itulldliig Association, l'hone Kvtk, 21714 West Cent ml Avenue. BALDRIDGE Lumber company. Paints, Glass, Cement, Roof inq and Builder's suoolies. DAILY MAILSF.RVlCEANT"firAGB For the famous Hot Springs of James, N. M. Leave Albuquorque P. O. every morning at 5 a. m. Tickets old at Vnlo Ilros., 807 North First Bt. GAVINO GARCIA, proprietor and mall contractor. V, o. JUox 54, 1301 P. A mo. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON Fourth for Pintun Street and Frames Copper Avi Try a Mnrninn Journal Want Ad 'Hfl FRENCH FEMALE PILLS. NIVtH KNOWN .Or Alt, H..rt H.ivir (jiu.n uaitifni ,t Hwy KfumlM. Mul preimlil fw 1 00 if tm. Wilt srti-1 thm nn HUl.i. rm f,u tr nnH r-..n.,-r. nnir rim. 11 jMr arnfKiK m bat mmte Uufiu btuJ ruur ! km tka Sold In Mbuqutrqu by th L h. Q'Rtilly Co SANTA FE TIME TABLE (In Effect January , ttlO) WLS'IiloCNI) Arrive Depart 1. Cal. Expresr ,,, 7:45p !:$ 8. Cal. Limited ...11:00a 11:16a 7. Mas. A Cut. l-x.,10:65p ll:4e . Cal. Fast MaL.,ll:5p 1I:4U IJISTUOUND No. No. No. No. No. 1. Tourist Ex. ... ;I5p 4. Chi. Lid l:$Bp I. Eastern Ex..... (:45p 10. Overland Ex.... 8:00a 101 Fnso Trains 4:llp :0lp 7:IC llii No. No. No. No. No. 80J. Mexico Ex. ., , 815. El raso I'mi. . 11:10 1:10s No. No. 110. Kan. City ft Chi. 1:05a lie. Kan. City ft Chi. :$5p !UwcU and AiuarUIu No. No. 11. Poos Val. Ex. l:la 811. Albu. Ex. 11:40b ' J. P. JOHNSON, Agent. FOR SALE $850 4-room frame nenr shops; well built, east terms. II 100 4-roum plastered adobe, stone foundation, Kbluglu roof, clectrla lights, barn, cement wnlk. N, 4th St. IUIHI0 8-room up-to-duto bunga low, corner lot; easy terms. $2.nor 5-room brick, modern, lot ROxlCO, good outbuildings; near car line. fi.SOO 5-room brick; modem! Fourth ward, nrnr car Una II.NllU 5 acres of good land ad Joining Am, Lumber Co. food house. rrull trees. $2.mm fi-n nm brick; bath, lot 78 xl42; S. Urondway; terms, MOM'V TO I.OAV. VIKK INHIUANCI), A. FLEISCHER III South Fourth Street. Phone 871. Mtt to Nw I'uslorfli., 0 5 r.t'M; O