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THE -ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1911.
Fl
IJfe
Wall Street
NY,v York. Feb. 21. Most of the
favorite Issues on the stock exchange
w,re heavy today although there were
,m evidences of extensive bear pres
sure or liquidation. Traders were en
,.l5t.,l so busily with securities of the
fimild roads that they Rave little at
tention to the, remainder of the list.
Indications of recent accumulation
)r the Gould securities by strong in
terests attracted a large speculative
following and when the market open
ed the buying of these stocks nnd
bonds which sent them higher. These
securities made substantial gains to
day. . t
Iiellef Is gaining ground that :n-s
movement is connection with ti
broad pfon which probably will not
l,P consummated for some time, it
..... recalled ' that when George J-
ilotild's approaching retirement as ac
tive head of the Missouri Pacific was
announced 'he intimation was con
veyed that change in control of the
tiier Gould properties would prob
ably follow.
In spite of the largest gross earn
ings in the history of the Delaware
. .mm & Western railroad. M
kUCKH ....... -
shown in the report of the fiscal year
ended December 31. net revenues de
erensed $"93,000 ' owing largely to
higher wages. Lackawanna shares ad
vanced IS points today.
Latest 'rude advices Indicate great
er activity In the copper market, ul
though price changes are unimport
ant. February sales are of moderate
volume. Copper shares were quiet
todav and the price of the metal in
London was lower. . Closing stocks":
Allis Chalmers, pfd 31
Amalgamated Copper 84
American Agricultural ........ 51
American fleet Sugar 46-
American Can 9Vs
American Car and Foundry .... 56 '
American Cotton Oil fill's
American Hide and Leather pfd 24
American lee Securities 219
American Linseed ll',c
American Locomotive Ml1,;
American Smelting and Refining 79
do preferred .,..:... 105-
American Steel Foundries 4!Mi
American Sugar Kenning ...... 118 (J.
American Tel. and Tel .148
American Tobacco, pfd .- 9
American Woolen !i3
Amieondu Mining Co. '. . . . . . ." 3!l
Atchison ...... ...'.,100
. do preferred . i .... ' '2 V
Atlantic Const Line ........... 1 2 2
Jlaltimore- and Ohio .v -. n . ,105
Bethlehem Steel . . 32 '6
Brooklyn Itapld Transit ....... 78 U
Canadian Pacific .. ......... 21 2
Central Leather
do preferred 104
Central or Noir Jersey 2 SO
Chesapeake and Ohio . . . . . . S8
Chlcag,V' -Jc4n-- r. f,JlX
Cliioa-go Groat Western 22 Vi
do preferred 48 Va
Chicago and North Western .. 147
Chicago, Mil. and St. Paul . . . ..1 28 i
('., C, C. and St. Louis 40
Colorado Fuel and Iron 34
Colorado und Southern 57
Consolidated Gas 142
Corn Products 14
Delaware and Hudson ........ Hi!) 'r
Denver und Rio Grande . . . ; . . . 34
do preferred 74 Si
Distillers' Securities 3u
Erie ' 31
do 1st preferred 51 i
do 2nd preferred "!)
Hencral Electric ...... 'i '. 154
C.reat .Northern pfd 122
Ureal Northern Ore Ctrs 2 '
Illinois Central 135
Interlioiough-Met 19
do preferred 53r
Int.T Harvester 117
lutcr-Marlne, pfd 'K
International Paper 1 0 Vi
International Pumj 43
Iowa Central lS'i
Kansas City Southern . . . . 39 U
no preferred .". . ; t . ... t!6
Inelode Gas -.".' V 1 1 2
Louisville and N:i.livllle Hj'-j
Minneapolis and St. Louis 2S'i
Minn., St, K a,nd Saull Ste. M. 143
Missouri, Kansas end Texas.... 31
do preferred 87
Missouri 1'aoilic . 5!)
NalloiiMt Biscuit 1 23 'A
National Lead 55
Natl Itvs. of. Mexico,. 2nd pfd.. 37
New York Centra I ........... 1 1 1 'i
New York, Ontario and Western 32 i
Norfolk and Western 106
North American 70
Northern Pucilio 120
!'.-' ili' Mail 25
IVmis.vlv.mlft .127'
MALOY'S
STORE
CLOSED
AT NOON
TODAY.
A. Klaloyi
2H CENTRAL AVE.
, , Phone 72.
04)
People's Gas
Pittsburg, C. C.
.106
. 97
. 20
. 33 '
.180
. 35;
and St.' Louis.
Pittsburg Coal
Pressed Steel Cor . . .
Pullman Palace Car
Hallway Steel Spring
Heading 159 Vi
Republic Steel 34'4
do preferred 98 Ti
Rock Island Co 32
do preferred 63
St. Louis and S. Fran.. 2nd pfd 4i
St. Louis Southwestern 33
do preferred 68
Sloss Sheffield Steel nnd Iron .. 54
Southern Pacific US'
Southern llallwuy ........
do preferred
Tennessee Copper ........
Texas and Pacllie
Toledo, St. Louis nnd West
do preferred
Vnion Pacific
do preferred
I'nitert States Re-ilty ......
. 28?i
. 66
. 38
. 29
. 23 V;
. 52
.179
. 93i
. 68 U
1'nlted States Rubber
l'nlt-d States Steel
do preferred
Utah Copper
Virginia Carolina Chemical
Wabash ...
do preferred
Western Maryland
Westlnghouse Electric
. 45
80'i
. 1 1 9 V4
. 45 Ti
. C5
. 17
. 39
. 50-
. 794
Western I'nlon 74
Wheeling and Lake Erie S Vi
Lehigh Vnll-y 177
The only change In the money mar
act wat the placing of one year'!)
loans nt four per cent. The bond
market was strong In some sympathy
with the movemente In the Gould Is
sues. Total sales, par value, $5,358,
000. United States bonds were unchang
ed on call.
Total shcres sold today, 2S0.500. ;
Boston Mining Stocks.
Alloucx :'. 33 S
Amalgamated Copper 64 t
American Zinc lead and Sin. ... 24
Arizona Commercial .; 15U
Atlantic 37 H
llos. and Curb Cop. and Sll. Xlg. 11
Rutte Coalition . ; IS ij
Calumet and Arlr.ona 521,-.
Calumet end lleclu 501
Centennial 12 M
Copper Range Con. Co 67,i
Kait IJutt'; Cop Mino 13
Franklin 10
Crlroux Consolidated ., fi'j
Uranby Consolidated . 23
Greene CVnonea 611-16
Isle RoJ-MIe (Copper) 13 6
Kerr Ijike 65', i
Lake Copper . . ; ... . . . . . . .'. . . . 37
Lii Sallo Copper I
Miami Copper 20
Mohawk ...... : 44
N'cvudu Consolidated 19V4
Xlplgslng Mines .,. 11
North llutto . ...... . i
North. La,k,oA . . . lis i
Old Dominion . A im
Osceola 108
Parrott (Silver and Cop.) .....IJb
Qulney 67
yiiuiiiion , 1 1 14
Superior ; 6S
Superior end Boston Mln 6
Superior and Iltts. Cop i 7i
Tamarack . 4 4
V. H. Sni. Ttef, and lin . 35",
do preferred 46i
I'tah Consolldatud 13
Utah Copper Co ,. . . . 4 Hi
Wlnonu ..... k 74
Wolverine ......... ..120
Chicago Board of Trade
Chicago, Feb. 21. 'Jenerul cover
tug by liort sellers anxious to escapfl
opening trades tomorrow while I ho
exchange would bo shut gave o 'lift
today to the whent market here. Re
sides there was u big decrease shown
in the world's available stocks. Clo..
Ing prices were stendy nt n net i:d
vaneo of 3-8(fi 1-2 to 5-8c. Cn.-n
wound up 3-8l-2 to l-2e higher
than last night, oats at a gain or 1-8
to 1-8(0 l-4e and provisions cither the
tamo as twenty-four hours prevloiH
or more expensive by 2 1-2 to 5c.
May wheat ranged from 90 5-8 to 91
l-2c, wilh last sales f-8e up to 91 3-8e.
May corn varied from 48 5-8 to 49
3-8o and closed firm 3-8W1-2c up to
4c. Cash corn wfts In good demand.
No. 2 yellow closed at 47 l-2(fi 48c.
Oats fluctuated between 31 1-2 nn
31 7-8 47 -12c, with final transactions at
3) 7-8c, a net pain of l-8lffil-4e.
Reenuse of the small offerings Iho
end of (he day left pork 5c dearer,
lard "unchanged lo 5c up and ribs at
an advance of 2 1-2 to 5c.
Ktwt York Exchange
Chicago, Feb. 21. F.xehnngc
New York, no market.
St. Louis Wool
St. Loti Is, Feb; 2le Wool, unchang
ed: medium grades combing nnd
clothing, 20 1-2 23c; light, fine. 17
itrlSc: heavy, fine, 15iUl7c; tub wash,
ed, 20 3.1c.
JheMdal Markets
New York, Feb. 21. Standard cop
per, quiet: spot, February, March
and April, $ 12.20 ft' 1 2.30. London.
dull; scot, 55, 3s, 9d; futures, 55.
17s, 6d. Arrivals reported (it New York
today, 690 ton. Custom house returns
r.how exports of 13,035 tons so far
this month. Lake copper, $12.62 1-2
(d 12.87 1-2; electrolytic, $12.37 1-2
12.62 1-2, and casting. $1 2.00 1 2.20.
T-ad, quiet: spot, 4. 40 Iff 4.50 Ne.V
York: $4.25rtr4.30 Fast St. Louis. Lon.
don, 13.
Spelter, quiet: $5.5(1 i 5.60 Nel
York: $5,401(5.45 Fast St. Louis. Lon-
on. 23, 5s.
Silver, 52 1-2; Mwxlcan dollars, 45e.
St. Louis ftpelter.
Pt. Louis, Feb. 21. Lead, dull: $4.
27 1-2: spleter, higher, $3.47 1-2.
fUMtoii Wool Market.
P.oston, Feb. 21. While buyers are
acting cnullnnsly, bidders of wool nr.
anx ni s 10 cican on me win cni.
report a fair movement and well di-.
tributed business. Values held steady
and this less disposition to unload at
sacrifice prices. Still transactions are
confined to small lots, with medUMi
and coarse wools have the call over
thp finer grades.
Some new Arizona wool bus 'P
peared and small sulcg are reported at
15c. The clip liom that state are
said to b0 light. Quotations:
Soourej basis Texas fine. tw.-'vo
months, 57 0 : fine 6 to S mouths.
52 fi 5 4c; fine call. 4M50e.
Territory, fine staple, 60 i : T:ne
medium staple, 58f'59c; fine clothing.
52 53c; fine medium clothing. 5u
52e: half blood, combing. 68 i : 1-8
blood combing, 52fi55c; quarter tricot)
combing, 49 Sdc.
Pulled extra, 62'i 62o; line A, 5S
; A supers, 53 i .
. New York Cotton
New York, Feb. 21. Cotton closed
easy at u net loss'of 9J19 points.
The Livestock Market.
Cliicngo Uvctitcx k.
Chicago, Feb. 21. Cattle Receipts
4.5UO; market steady. Reeves. $5.00Ti
6.75: Texas steers. $4.80(fi 5.50; west-
...... ... 4 Knifi'K , r. . c,r..-.L',,,.u no.Y
..'III 1 .tw i.u.uw, n,,,t.Al,n ..l.-l
' f,,.,.l.,0 ti T, K -s. .ml
$2.60 5.70: calves, $7.00 ft 9.00.
Hogs Receipts, 20,000; market
slow- and nt yesterday's average. Light
$7.20 fl 7.55: mixed, $7.05 ff 7.43; heavy
ti.5ifi 7.35; rough. $n.95i7.10; good
to choice heavy, $7.180'7.35: plg,
7.40fj 7.70: bulk of sales, $7.20 Si' 7.-
35.
Sheep Receipts, 16,000; market
5 to 10c higher. Native, $3.1Stf 4.8A;
Western. $3.154.85: yearlings. $I.S
(T5.75: lambs, native. $5.00(u 6.4:);
western, $5.25 0 6.45.
KntiHHs City I.lvcslocW.
Kansas City, Feb. 21. Cuttle -ISO-celpts
10,000, Including 400 southctcs;
market steady and strong. Nitlvc
steers. $5. 40C 6.75: southern steers.
$3.15 6 6.00: southern cows and heif
ers, $3.25fl 5.25; native cows nnd hel.
err. $.1.1 5 W6. 00: stockers and r.-crierw
$4.50i5.S5: bulls. $4.25 6 5.25; vjves,
$4.508.25: western steers $5.25
6.23; western rows. $3.25(3 5.00.
Hogs Receipts. 7,000; ' market
steady. Bulk of sales, $7.25f 7.?5;
heavy, $7.20J'7.30; puckel 1 n.l
butchers, $7.25 (ff 7.40; light, $7..".0fr
7.40.
Sheep Receipts, 7,000; market
'10 to 15c higher. Muttons, $4.00 (TT
4.75; lambs, $5.40(fr6.25; fed wethers
and yearlings, $4.23ff5.35; fed west
ern ewes, $4.004.40.
ROPING CONTESTAND
MASQUERADE AT RINC0N
DRAW LARGE CROWD
lilncon. N. M.. Feb. 20. The well
known hospitality of Rlncon, com
bined with wide-spread advertising
conspired to attract many people from
the surrounding country to the rop'ng
cwnh t--nri :mftoierari Inst Tuesday,
perfect weather .fcnd tt'Ilarge ind en
thusiastic crowd greeted the tiny. Pink
Davis, who was master of ceremonies,
hud spared no pains In elaborate and
painstaking preparation to make the
event one of the most successful and
enjoyable ever given In Rlncon.
The Rlncon Recorder thus describes
the festivities:
The line-up took place on the, flats?
north of town nt 2:30 p. m. Each con
testant was reoulred to attach
ills signature to a set of rub s and
thereupon was presented with a rop
er's bndge. The judges were William
Tingley, Dr. J. K. Ronar, Walter Rob
erts nnd William Renlck. Henry Ly
man of the Unr Cross outfit, acted
na field manager end Al. Cirostette
as starter. Following Is the order of
line-up together with the time mude
by ropers:
Kelly Phillips, 23 seconds; Will Me
Call, 67 seconds; Pink Davis, 54 see.
oiids; Kd. Hall, 24 1-2 seconds; F. ().
Colmeiiero, 32 1-2 seconds; Karl Veal,
41 second: Alberto Sllva, 1:42 seconds;
Ross Miller, 4 7 seconds; P. M. Litton,
1:43 seconds: J. M. Hall,' 40 seconds:
L. N. Earksdale. 49 seconds: I'M.
Pride, 60 seconds.
The first prine, which was a ptirfce
of $40, was awarded to Kelly Phil
lips, (he second. $20, to Kd. Hall," the
third, $10, to F. Oi Colmeiiero, and
the fourth, $5. to J. M. Hall.
The masque ball which took place
at Fedlllo hall, was n fitting climax
to the day. The music was good nnd
everybody In fine spirits, Many on
lookers who did not participate In the
dancing watched the gay carnival
scene unwearied until the lights were
turned out nnd the revelers wont
home
Sicety INilcf from Kidney Trouble.
"I bad an acute attack of Rright's
disease with Inflammation of the kid
neys and bladder, nnd dlaz'ness," sayi
Mrs. Corn Thorp, Jackson. Mich. "A
bottle f Foley's Kidney Romedt
overcome the attack, reduced the In
flammation, took away the pain and
mule the bladder action normal. 1
wish everyone could know of, this
wonderful remedy." J. H. O'Rlelly
Co. ' . '.
PRISONER CUTS WAY '
WITH CASE KNIFE OUT i
OF ARTESIA COOLER
Artesln, X.' M., Feb. 20. Jess Mc
Dowell, who was confined In the 'city
cooler this morning awaiting trans
portation to Carlsbad to serve thirty
days' for resisting an officer, made
big escape through the small window
on the east side, and was recaptured
ttlthln an hour, about one block from
bis home, by Rert Smith, a deputy
of Marshal K. F. Cooper.
McDowell had only a case knife
with which to work, but understand
ing that he was to be taken to Carls
bad on the morning local, he made
the be.st of his time and cut away a
prut of the heavy window sill, lie
then tore out all but two of the Iron
bnrs and cut the screen with a knife.
In getting out he fell from the win
dow and wm seen by a man In the
Askew warehouse, who at once noti-
1 fled Cooper. The mar'hul secured a
horse and followed McDowell as lid
ran aouth past the cemetery, then
READ
FERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS
Oa rurnltur. Pln.i, Orni. Hnrm.
Won nd olhr Chtll; io on BalMtM
nl Wrhou HMht. l" t n nd
high IW Lo" "r QuteklT m4
t.d trlctly prlvni. Tm month to
on r !. 0od to rm.lB la your
Bemoloa. Our rt r.unbl. c!l
ml m bfr borrowlnt. mouuhlp
tick.!, to ond from U ?' h "'lrl-
a U A Uraat Hi Am . ,
PBIVatb orrn:it.
OPKM NINO.
HELP 'WANTED Female
W A N T KD Nu rse
maid. Aiply 70S
Copper avenue.
WANTKlWompentent"glrl for gen
eral housework. o west central.
WANTKD Girl for general house
work. Call, or phohe. Mrs. Cluis. A.
Kii.r, 2 1 ?21-lilriS 'iil!:
WANTED Lady salesman in Central
avenue store. Address, with refer
ence, N. II., Journal office
WANTED At once, general house
keeper, understanding cooking;
middle aged German woman proton
red. inquire; stating wages, Cubelo
Trading Co., Cubero, N. M j
WOML'XSel! guaranteed hose, 70
per cent profit; make $10 daily;
full or part time; beginners investi
gate. Strong Knit, Box 4029. West
Philadelphia. Pa.
through the Love orchard and around
past tho Western college.
In the meantime llert Smith had
gone home for ft gun and he headed
McDowell off as he came Into the
south part of town. It Is throught
Jess was after a horse, as he was less
than a block from home when Smith
captured him. He was at once taken
to the jail, having been out loss than
an hour.
-
YOVR DOLLAltS (X)VI'R MOHK
THAN THEIR VSl'AL Pl'R
CHASING POWER 11F.15K.
All the apron gliiglinin you want,
mt yard 5c
Men's warm gloves, astracbaii
back, Jersey palm,' Heece lined. ,.Kc
Men's closed, high collar sweat ; .
(MM .1.50c, .75c, 1.00
Men's heavy weight woolen sticks, Soc
Indies' knit, head , and shoulder
shawls '. . . . to $1.00
Lndles' overgaliers 1 50c
IjkIIcm' felt mill ruhlH-r overshoe Hoc
Ladles' rubbers . '. Oo
Aloock's porous phlstoH ........ l.c
The' MAZE, Wll. Ull'KE, Propr.
211 South EIW St.
VAUGHN, CORONA AND
DURAN NOW ENJOY
' TELEPHONE CONNECTION
' Vaughn. N. M., Feb. t'0. Telephoro
'iVughii','
connection between V
Dtii'.iri
and Corona Is now complete and tele
phone users will now have an oppor
tunity to talk with both of these
places, gays the Vaughn News.
An order has been received rein
stating the auto mail route between
Roswell and Vaughn, and bids will
b,t received for carrying the mall up
lo. (he 7th of the next month. The
service goes Into effect April 1. The
discontinuance of the auto route De
cember 1 has resulted in much an
noyance and Inconvenience. The new
contract will run three yeiirs and
three months.
THE AI.IU Ql KROl i: El. EC
I'RIC
POWl.K COMPANY.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL Mi:i;TI.(J.
- A special meeting nf the stockhold
ers of tho AlliiHiieriiie Electric Pow
er company will be held at the prin-
clplil office of the company,' No". 504
West Central avenue, Albucjucnpie,
New Mexico, i,n March . 2iul, 1011, at
11 a. nu tor the election tif directors
toill the. present vacancies Jn the
hoard of directors, and for the trans
action of such further business as may
properly conio before such meeting.
Q. K, Dl'RIJIN, Hecretury.
si 1 1:1. p mi:n.
Vou want good lambing place and
shady summer raiiiie with pure run
ning water. 1 have both In the
lemcs mountains, 116,000 acres, goo.l
grass, pear dip; Lvs reasonable; bcrit
In tubings in mountains lust spliiv!
90 to 102 per cent lambs raised In
ciounlaliii grow heavier una sell be'.
ter Wiite me for blankB nnd rates.
Reserve a place while you may.
LINL'H L. SHIKLDS,
.-ii-pt. Sun Diego liianl, AlliUiuer.iiC,
New Mexico.
V
A WINM'R.
That's what people say of our Cream
Rread, It's unsurpassed for Its nu
tritious quality, Its exquisite flnvor,
Its purity, while lis superior uniform
quality makes It a food that In al
ways thoroughly relluble.
PIONEER BAKEIlY
207 South First Street
.' H -Ul" Jf : fl
15he Wants Today
HELP WANTED Male
WAXTKU Would like to commnnl
catu with unlmployed man who Is
both bookkeeper and stenographer.
Apply No. SOit X. Sixth St.
MF.N and boys to leurn plumbing,
bricklaying, electrical trade, uto
moblling, surveying; pays $5 to $s
per day; positions secured; satisfac
tion guar.iiHeed; free catalog. Na
tional School of Trades, 2110 W. 7th
Los Angeles. Cat.
FOR RENT Rooms
FOR RFNT Rooms for light house
keeping; modern. cslmlnstcr.
i OH WENT Sai.ltarj and modoro
rooms Rio Grn2. m W. ontrai.
FOR UK NT Nice furnished front
room. 723 West Copper. No nick.
FOR RFNT Modern rooms for light
housekecDing. Room 18, Hotel
lcnver.
FOR RF..V1 i-ui'iiisbed rooms, sin
gle or en suite; everything modern.
703 W. Sliver.
Villi lil'.NT Furnished loom tor
housekeeping; modern coiivcn
lences. 616 W. Coal.
for' RKNT Very larg welT MrnlBh
ed steam heated rooma, electric
light, suitable Mr three gentlemen.
723 N. Second St.
FOR "RENT Newly furnished mod
ern room, private entrance, elcctile
light and bath. 210 S. Sixth St., next
door to Elks' idub. Phone 1431
Frill RENT One adobe room for
light housekeeping; $1 a week. 517
S. Broadway.
FOR RKNT
-line large unfurnished
room.
610 S. Edith.
FOR RENT Dwellings
FOR RENT Furnished
house, 205 N. Walter.
modern
FOR RENT Two 4-room houses $10
each: one 3-room house $6. See J.
M. Sollle, 115 W. Gold.
Foil RENT Cottages, 2 to rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
W. V. Futrelle, Denver Hotel
FOR RENT Two roomed fumlshcu
cottage good sleeping porch 1204
South Edith. Phone 1046. On Hljjh
land car line.
FOR RENT 701 West Gold 0
rooms bath, $30; 304 South Iirond.
way, 7 rooms, bath, $30.
FOR SALE Fine business , cornor,
, $ 1 0,000 ;.. easy terms. , ,
TO LOAN $10,000; at seven per cent
V. I. Mettalf, 321 W. Gold.
Ftill RENT 7-room house, modern
strictly first class, well located Jn
Highlands, $.15, Hunsaker & Tliux
ton, 204 W. Gold.
For RENT S -room modern apart,
ment. furnace, heat, well located
iil.Molnlelv first cluss. $35. Hunsak
er & Thaxtoll, 204 W. Gold.
FOR RENT -room modem house
closo In, $35 per month. D. K. II.
Sellers.
FOR RENT."
$25.00 5-room modern brick cot
tage In splendid condition.
Highlands; close in.
I, -,.00 -4-room frame cottage, partly
furnished; 4th ward, on car
line.
$11.110 3-room cottage, near brewery
St 1 2.00 4 -room furnished cottage
Highlands. . '
$20.00 .'t -room furnished cottage,
Highlands, close In.
HI.VIMI ."i-niom new" ndobe house,
well furnished and plaster
id; 4th ward; city water.
A splendid lo-ocre ranch within the
city limits; out houses, cellar, chick
en runs, corralls and stables; 'i'riill
ami shade lree. grupes, wind mill,
and three pumps, splendid water.
Also on the nccquln. Good four room
house and screen porches.
,lohii M. Moore Really Conipiiny.
JHE WM. FARR COMPANY
WholeaaU and ratall flealers ll
rresh and Salt Mean. Bausaga
ipuclalty. For cattle and hogi tl.
hlrroat mmr,'r -irlr arm nli
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOl'NT.
Territory of New Mexico, County of
Rernalillo. ss. In the Probate t.oiirt.
In re estate of Pedro Apoilaca, deceas.
nil.
To All Whom It May Concern:
Vol Ice Is hereby given that tho
Final Account of Dolores O. tie Apod
nen, administratrix of. (he . estate of
Pedro Apodaca, deceased, has been
duly fili'd I" the probate .. court of
I'.irniillllo county. New Mexico, and
(hnt s.ild couit Inn appointed the 10th
day of April, A. I). 1911. for the hear-
In.- of -ob led nils to sli d T' inn I i AO
coi-nt and the sclllotnctit thereof.
DOLORES G. DE APODACA,'
Administratrix.
Feb. 8-15-22. March I.
Xotliv of Ilnul AiK-ount.
Territory of New Mexico, County of
lleiipillllo. ss. In the Probate
Court.
In re estate of Pedro Apodaca, de
ceased. To alt Whom It May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the
final account of Dolores (I. lie Apo
diica, administratrix of the estate of
Pedro Apodaca, deceased, has beei)
duly filed In the Probate Court of
llernallllo county. New Mexico, and
that said Court has appointed the
10th day of April, A. I . HMI. for
the heerlng of objectlona to said Fl
nul Aocouut nnd the nettlcnimit
(hereof,.,. . ,. ......... J j
DoLORKH tl. DE APODACA,,
2-8-15-22-31-1 Adniliiistrutr.
STORAGE
WANTED Pl.inos, household goods,
etc., stored eafely at reasonable
rates. Advances made. Plioim 540.
Tho Security Warehouse and Improve
inent t'o. Of rices, rooms S and 4,
lirant block. Third street and Cen
tral avenue
FOR SALE Real Estate
EOF, SALE
4 1-3 aire farm close In. .1 room
house, fruit trees, c(c $2,000.
15 acres, all good level, cultivated
land. $1,400,
40 acres, ull good level, cultivated
land, $75 per acre.
Lots In ul) parts of the clly on easy
terms.
McCH t.HAN DEXTFIt,
Slit West Central. Phono 411.
NOW IS THE OPPORTUNITY of
your life to buy Ittta In tho SWELL
WEST-END for tho mere payment of
$5 the month. These lots will double
In price, when New Mexico becomes a
slate. Ask Mr. llurg, 215 W. Gold
Avenue.
FOR SALE Small ram-n, lose in;
modern Improvements. See owner,
508 West Central. ,
I'oR SULK - .".! 11 u nf li.n.l
largo portion level, three miles of
city; would make excellent mralla
ration, k. j, strong, :iii w.ji'entrni.
FOR SALE New 4-rooni . house,
price $1 500;. small , cash payment,
balance Ilk rent. ' S. P. Snyder, 207
W. Gold nve. .
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Grocery wagon and light
farm wagon. Gurf & Smith, 315 W.
Copper.
FOir SALE Furniture of four-room
house, mostly mission, Including
$500 piano. Must sell. 1 1 1 N. High.
FOR SALE Livestock. Poultry
FOR SALE Good team work horses,
Columbus buggy nnd harne-s.
FOR SALE Purred Plymouth Rock
eggs, . $1.50 per tettlng, 323 West
Conl. i . . ' .
FOR SALE Eggs, tor hatching, While
Leghorn nnd Plymouth Rock; also,
Tlouen duck eggs, five cents each. 413
W. Atlantic. , .
EGGS FOR HATCHING R. C.
Rhode Island Reds; , pen 1, $2.00
per 15: pen 8, $1.60 per 15. J. C.
Skinner. Phone 156S. Eggs deliver
ed. FOR S'ALE Eggs, from the finest
chicken in town, Ruff Leghorns
and Rhode Island Reds, $1.00 per 15
eggs: if shipped. $1.50 per li eggs.
J. W, 1 Allen. 1028, N. lith St., Albu
qucnnio. M.
STANDARD bred Whlto .Plymouth
Rocks; large birds; heavy layers;
eggs, $1,00 for 15, special mating
$2.00 for.. J.5; . packed for shipping
50c extra; J I. XI, Harris CIO South
Edith,
HATCH EARLY White Leghorns,
heavy -layers, silver cup winners'
Ainuquorquo . utiiv J!.ggs, fi.uu mini
11 r.n ir. nn ..... 1 r.,i ilille I
Paby cblcka. Few good co.'Kcrels.
YandcrslulH. Phono 534. P. O. llox
21.
WANTED Rooms
WANTED Uoiilleiimii Wants loom,
louiands preferred, $10 or $12
Box 13 Journal.
BUSINESS CHANCES
WANTED Partner. rilloT sex, III
greatest real estate uuslncsa In World,
covering entire Fnlted Slates. ' For
I11110 assured. Do 32, Williams Ari
zona.
FOR RENT Miscellaneous
FOR RENT-Officii room in Grant
block. Apply D. A, Ma riiersoti,
Journal office.
LOST
LOST Silver watch with leather
fob. M. & W. letters 011 fob, 602
S. Broadway.
WA NTEDjjanwus
WANTED Clean cotton rafts at 2'e
a pound at the joiirnsi uinee.
SEND YOI'R films to J. 1. Williams
Box 341; best work and bent
prices.
WANTED $400 at 12 per nut for
one year on 1B0 acres In Estamin
vulley apply W. P. Me teal f, 821 W.
(Sold Ave.
JMUNEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO lMN--$!,fi00,"$'f.OOO,
$4,000. A. Jjjmtoya.JOs S.Tmrib
MONKVto loan lif small amounts on
Old line Life Insurance policies
and good security. Transactions pri
vate: state amount required and se
curity to offer. F. Williams, P, O.
Box 1, City. ,
PLUMBING
1 i.-T I'd furnish estimates on plumb
Ing and sewer connections. Morgnn
, Drummond. F.M. Morgnn, phone
12."8 .1. D Drummond. phone 1374.
DAILY MAIL SERVICE AVP WAGE
For the famnua Hot Springe or
Jemea, N. M. Leave Albuauermie P,
O. every lortimg at $ a. m. Ticket!
aold at Valo Bros.. $07 North Flrat
HI. fiAVINn OUlCIA. proprietor and
mall oontraclor. 1'. O. Ho $4, 1101
. Arno.
BU.S1NE.SS ,.AM?-
$1.25 PER WORD inserts classified
ads. In 38 leading psperi In th
U. S. Send for list. Th Dak Ad
vertising Agency. 432 S Main St., Los
Antfelei, or 13 Oeary St., San Fran
Cisco.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
PUBLIC ST EN 0 GR APH ER S "
NELL F. SHARP '
I'll. die Stenographer.
Room 5, N. T. Armljo Rldg.
Phone 717. '
MRS. ROIH.RT SM.Mtl
Vocal Culture.
, 72:1 North Second KUrevt.
ATTORNEYS
U. W. D. BRYAN
Attorney-at-Law.
Office In First National Rank Build
Ing, Albuquerque, N. V-
JOHX W. WILSON
Alloriic.T-at-l.aw.
Itooma 15-17-19 Cromwell Bldg.
Rea. riione 1457. Office Thone 1171
GEORGE S. KI.OCK
Altorney.
Rooma 8-9, Htern Block.
Albuquerque.
Amerb-nn Surety II0111I11.
. ENtfSTS
DR. J. K. KRAFT
Atrium cvurivon.
Rooma 2-3, Parnett Huildlng. phoa
744. Appointments marie by mall.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
ADA SI. CIIFVAILLIKR, M. D
Practice limited (o Diseases of
Women nnd Obstetrics. Consultation-:
8 to 10 a. m.. 1 to 2:30 p. m.
51!) West Gobi Ave. Phone S4 2.
A. Q. 8HORTFL, M. D
Practice Unfitted to
Tubcrculoile.
Hours: 10 to 1$.
Rooma -9-ln State Nat'l. Bank Ttlrtg,
BOLOMOV I j. IirRTO.X, M. V.
Phyelolaii and Burgeoa
Bults . Barnett Bld
ARTHUR E. WALKER
Fire Insnranct-, " Becrctary VatnaJ
lliilldlng Association. Plton Btft.
217 West CiMKral ArennA
B AL D R IDG E
Lumber company.
Paints, Glass, Cement, Roof
ing and Builder's supplies.
Hudson for Signs
Wall Paper
HUDSON
for Pictun
Frames
Fflurth
Street and
Copper Avi
A Him, Tint. tun- for He rr MaMTi'riHi,
MffVCIt KNOWN Tfl FAIL. HkM H,,r-i mMri Htl.
'ti'iiin (n.ftiaMrH t it imt Kfruii'l'H. Kent pi-i'til
1m t.fm i-r Ixu, Will fti.i ihm in trial. tn h pti for
wltott rr'krc4. HimttW Ki. If juyi ttuRlt eltsM att
baHP tor hi t4 ftut mdnia to Kin
UNITfD MtDlCAL CO.iol Ti, lNorr ft.
Sf in oqucrqut bf tbt l.h, O'tttMy Co
SANTA FE TIME TABLE"
(In Effect January 17. 1511.)
Ul NTMoi D Arrive Depart
No.. Cal. Express ,,, 7:4up l:D0p
No. 3. Cul. Limited 11:00a 11:25-.
Nu. 7. Alex. &. Cal. Ex.,10:5tip ll;40p
No. . Cal. Ku.-t Mail. .ll:00p
i:siBOlMi
No. a. Tourist Ex S:65p 4:21
No. 4. Chi. Ltd S:3Qp 6:0f p
No. 8. Eastern Ex 0:f.f . 7:2..
No. 10. Overland Ex. .. 8:00a 8:25a
LI Piikii 'Ira ins
No. 809. Mex. Ex 12:201
No. 815 El Puso Pass,, 8:J(
No, 810. Kuti. City & Chi. 5:05a
No. 818. Kan. Clly & Chi. ;SDp
Roswell and Ainarlllo,
No.811. Pecoa Vul. Ex.. ' ?:..
No. 112. Albil. Ex lLSf.p
P.J.iOHNSCNfAgen!.
FOR SALE
$2".0 ."i-rooui brick, niodcru, en
tier lot. N, 2nd St., close In.
H:i8l0 -tl-room brick, modern, co-t
tier, good shade, 4lh ward.
$IMl To settle an estate two tcni
houses, well built, three rooms eae.
coal nnd gas ranges, hot and cole?
water, electric lights, some furnlturs,
lot B.xl.10, on corner.
.I (too u-room frame, bath, ei,
Highlands; close In; easy (erm.
$JIO0 4-rooni frame, modern; he
water heat; good outbuilding" eliau
and ''rult Irees, lot 100x143.
$8.111 4-room frame near thoye,
well built, easy terms. . 1
MONEY TO LOAN.
FlltIC IVSI RANCK.
A. FLEISCHER
111 South INmrili Btr-.
PIioiib 071. Next to New Pon(ofric

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