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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. 1911.
SEVEN FllliflCE ii Wall Street New York, May 2. Following a wlt of almost uninterrupted advan.o . the stock market today became mild - jl lv reactionary -ml gav-! Indications of an over-bought condition Jus: ;i for weeks before it hid mown con trary symptoms. Prices receded quite generally throughout the list of speculative stocks although in most issues a large part of recent gains were retained. Marked exceptions to the backward tendency of today' market were the coalers, particularly Delaware Hudson and Lehigh Valley, both t which advanced sharply as a result of reports that these and allied con rerns are considering re-organization of their coal properties after the man ner of the Lackawanna. Some of the local hanks were ag:Mn extensive buyers of bonds for wesu-ra correspondents. The plethora o!' money In that section haR almost reached the point of embarrassment nnd may be expected to give' further stimulus to the market. CIokIiia stocks: Allis Chalmers pfd 28 Amalgamated Copper 63 American Agricultural 57Vi American Meet Sugar 4 5 American Can 10$i American Car and Foundry ... ES American Cotton Oil 56 American Hide and Leather pfd t2Vj American Ice Securities 23 American Linseed 11 American Locomotive 37 M American Smelting and Kef'g .. 75'4 Amer. Smelt, and Hef'g pfd 105 H Am. Steel Foundries 44 V4 American Sugar Feftnlng 115 American Tel nnd Tel 148 American Tobacco, pfd 97 ',4 American Woolen 84 Araconda Mining Co 38 Atchison .................... .109 Atchison pfd 103 ' Atlantic Coast Line ........... 1 24 U Baltimore and Ohio . . ,105',i Bethlehem Steel AS Vi Tirooklyn Rapid Transit 78'4 Canadian Taclflc 234 '.4 Central Leather 2 7 V4 Central Leather pfd 98 Central of New Jersey . . . 270 (ft 278 Chesepenke nnd Ohio S1U Chicago on rtAlton 25 ft: 30 Chicago Great Western 21 Chicago Great Western pfd 43 Chicago and North Western ...145 Chicago, Mil. and St. Paul 121 H C, C, C. and St. Louis 6Q.-?64 Colorado Fuel nnd Iron 30 Colorado and Southern 54 Consolidated Gas 144 Corn Products 14 Delaware and Hudson 170 Denver and Rio Grande 27 Denver and Illo Grande pfd .... 64 14 Distillers' Securities T.4 Krle 30 Ere 1st pfd 48 Krle 2nd pfd 38 General Electric 158 Great Northern pfd 127 Grcnt Northers Ore Ctfs 00 Va Illinois Central 138 Irterborough-Met 18 V Interborough-Met pfd 51 Inter Harvester 119 V4. Inter-Marine pfd 164 lntorantlonal Paper 9 Interantlonnl Pump 40 Iowa Central 18 Kansas City Southern 34', 4 Kansas City Southern pfd. ...... 07 Laclede Gas 104 Louisville and Nashville 146 Minneapolis and St. Louis 21 Minn.( St. P and Sault Ste M. . .139 Missouri, Kanpas and Texas .... 32 Missouri, Kens, and Texas pfd . . (16 Missouri Pacific 49 National Biscuit 132 135 National Lead 52 Nat'l Rys. of Mexico 2d pfd 33 New York Central 107 New York, Ontario and West'n .. 42 Norfork and Western ....106 North American 73 Northern Pacific 125 Pacific Mail 24 Pennsylvania 125 People's Gas 105 Pittsburg, C. C. and St. Lopls ... 94 Pittsburg Coal 21 Pressed Steel Car 32 Pullman Palace Car .......... 160 Railway Steel Spring 32 Heading 156 Republic Steel 82 Republic Steel pfd 94 Rock bland Co 30 Rock Island Co. pfd 60 St. Louis and San Fran. 2d pfd.. 39 t. Louis Southwestern 31 St. Louis Southweseern pfd .... 67 Sloss Sheffield Steel and Iron ... 49 Southern Pacific 115 Southern Railway 27 Southern Railway pfd 64 Tennessee Copper 37 Texas, and Pacific 26 Toledo, St. Louis and West 19 . Toll-do. St. L. nnd West. pfd. ... 48 ' I'nlon Pacific 178 Pnlon Pacific pfd 94 I'nited Slates Realty 72 Vi I'nited States Rubber 40 I'nited Stales Steel 76 1'nltod States Steel pfd ...119 I'tah Copper , 45 Virginia Carolina Chemical 63 Wabash 16 Wabash pfd 36 Western .Maryland 53 Westinghouse Klectrlc . . . . 68 Western I'nlon 72 Whclins and Lake Erie 4 Lehigh Valley '. -..175 Total rales Tor the day, 381,300 scares. Bonds were nctlve nnd prices firm, Total sales, par value, $3)731,000. I'nited Stateg bonds were uncha'ir; ol on call. Boston Mining Stocks. Alloiiea 32 Amalgamated Copper 63 Am'n zinc Lead nnd Sm 25 Arizona Commercial 15 Atlantic 5 R"s. nnd Corb Co;i. nnd Mil M'. 13 "into Coalition 17 alume, nnd Arizona 51 Onloi.nlal 12 copp,.r Binge Con Co 62 F-ast Rutto Cop. Mine 11 ''aiiklln 9 Giroux Consolidated ..... . . 6 COillERCE in ' m ill J!2 Granby Consolidated 32 Greene Cananea K Isle Uoyalle (Copper) 14 Kern Lake 6 'i I.uke Connor - Salle Copper 3 ii Miami Copper 20 Mohawk 40h Nevada Consolidated 1S Niplfsing Mines 10 North Butte 2s North Lake 6 Old Dominion 40 Osceola .103b 11 G8 10 32 4 12 SS Parrott (Silver and Cop) Quincy Shannon Superior Superior nnd Boston Min Superior and Pitts. Cop . Tamarack 1. S. Sm. Ref. and Min 34v P. S. Sm. Ref. pfd 40 I'tah Consolidated 14 I'tah Copper Co 4;, Winona , 6 Wolverine in$ Chicago Board of 'trade. Phln M.. a a . . or 3 3-4 W 3 5-8c for M.iy wheat today frightened shorts In all the other op. lion, though business in the current delivery did not reach a Fine of any great Importance. New eorp months closed at a net advance of S-4 t-i 1 I-80. '4 July wheat ranged from 88 l-4 to 89 l-8c. and closed firm 1 l-8c up at 89 l-8c. n July corn fluctuated between 52 3-4 find 63 l-8c, closing firm .it 53c, a net gain of l-4c. Cash grades were steady for the best kinds but low shorts were weak. No. 2 yellow finished at 54 1-2SJ54 S-4c. . July oats touched as high and hnr points 32 3-S and 32 -18c with sale) 32 1-4 ST 32 3-8c, a rise of 1-801-Ic above the figures of twenty-four hours before. In view of the tnodernte supply of hogs, provisions naturally took the up grade. At the close, pork had risen 20 to 32 l-2c; lard, 7 1-2 Iff 10 to 12 l-2c, and ribs 5 7 1-2 to221-3c . New York Exclinngr. Chicago, May 2. Exchange on New York, 20c premium. St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, May 2. Wool, unchang ed; medium grades combing nnd clothing, 16(fiil8o; light, fine, 15W16o; heavy, fine, 12 CM 4c; tub washed, lff 28c. Boston Wool Market, , Boston, May 2. With bidders. In the west Interviewing flock masters, the wool market for the old stock has lapsed into the spring quietness. Values were looked upon by holder ns near the bottom, while few mill men are in the market.. Reports from the west Indicate ris ing prices for new clip. Utah shear ers have marked up their goods from 13 1-2 to 14o and Nevada growers an. following. The landed Beoured cost of the new wools Is estimated at 48 to 50c. Pulled wool continues dull and weak. Fine Texas, 12 months, 47 (TP 4Sr; fine, to 8 months, 43 45c; fine fall, 41ffl'42c. California northern, die county, 45 47c; bid; fall free, 40c bid. Oregon, eastern No. 45 Ti 50c; mid southern, 4 3c 1 staple. 64 W 55c; eastern clothing, 48fi50c; valley No. 1, 48 49c. Territory fine staple, 53 (TO 55c; fine medium staple, Blfi!62c; fine clothln 47(ff4Rc; fine medium clothing, 45 (i( 47c; half blood combing, 50ff52c; three-eighths blood combing. 48((i50c; nnarter blood, combing, 46 4 8c. Pulled extra, 50 62c; fine "A 50c; "A" supers, 46 iff 4 Sc. 48 The Metal Markets New York, May 2. Standard rop per, quiet; spot and May, $11.60 11.70; June,. July and August, $11.65 11.75. London, steady; spot, 54, s, 9d; fu tures, 54, 16s, 3d. Arrivals, reported at New Y'ork today, 990 tons. -Custom house returns showed exports of 20 tong so far this month. Lake copper. $12.37 1-2 1 2.50; electrolytic, $12.12 1 -2 ffS 1 2.S7 1-2. Casting, $11.87 1-2 12.12 1-2. Lead, quiet. $4.40(fJ4.50 New York; $4.25 4.30 East St. Louis. London, 12. 16s. Spelter, quiet; $5.40 5,45 New York; $5.20 5.30 East St. Louis. 24, 2s, 6d. Antimony, dull; Cookson's, $9.00 9.50. Silver, 53 1-2; Mexican dollars, 45c. St. I-Ollls SlK'lUT. Pt. Louis, May 2 Lend, firm; $4.27 1-2 4.30; spleter, firm, $5.30. The Livestock Markets. Kawiin Cltv Wvoslock. Kansas City. May 2. Cattle Re ceipts, 7.50; market steady. Native steers. $6.006.10; southern steers, $4.255.60; southern cows and heaf ers, $3.25 4.75; native cows and heifers, $3.0Qfii5.80; stockers and feeders $4.755.80; hulls, $4.00 5.00; calves, 4.00iB6.50; western steers, $4."56.90; western cows, $3. t56.00. Hogs Uoeeipts, 16.000; market 6 to 10c higher. Bulk of sales, $5.7S 5.90; heavy, $5.755.85: packer nnd butchers, $5.80fii 5.95; light, $5.88 8.00. Sheep Receipts, 10,000; markol 10 to 15c higher. Muttons, $3.50 4. 40; lambs. $4.75h 5.90: fedwethers and yearlings, $3.755.00; fed west em ewes, $3.504.10. Clilcnsro I.lvo Stock. Chicago. May 2. Cattle Receipt!, 2,000; market steady. Reeves, $5.00 6.45; 'Texas steers. $4.60 5.50; west ern steers, $4.80 5.70; stockers and feeders, $ 4.AOB.4 5; rows and heif ers, $2.40i 5.65; calves. $4.05.75. The Joon I IT FOR SALE , $2900 Five-room modern brick cottage; new; east front; cement walks, outbuildings, etc., hi Fourth ward, only two blocks from Central avenue; easy term9. $3500 will buy a rental property that will net 10 per cent on $ti00! Property in good location and best of condition. $2100 A good 4-room cottage, modern and newly painted. Fourth ward; east front; easy terms. $2600 Five-room modern brick, cottage. Highland, on car line; east front, corner lot, cellar; easy termi. $2650 Seven-room modern brick, almost new, splendid condition. High lands, close in. This would make splendid home for a doctor. Cash or terms. l'Olt KENT. $45.00 Five-room modern furn ished house, close to park, for 3 months. $75.00 Fine 10-room modern home near park; finely furnished throughout. Hot water heat. .10H M. MOOIIE KEAI.TY CO. HUE IXSriUNC'K. KKAI, ESTATE. LOANS AXI ABSTRACTS. 914 Wctrt Cioltl Ave. Phono in. HELP WANTED Female WANTED One experienced waitress. Arcade restaurant, Gallup, N. M. WANTED A competent woman to cook and keep house in family of two. No washing. References requir ed. A good home in country. Ad dress Henry Lockhart, Roseilale Place. W A N T E 1) Girl"! o7"gen oral house work, good wages. 112 N. Walter. WANTED Girl for general house work; family of two. Apply 511 E. Central. WANTED Girl for general house work. No washing; good wages. Apply Mrs. D. Weinman, 620 W. Cop per. WANTED A competent nurso maid, white. Mrs. T. S. Woolsey. East Golden Hill. "HELP WANTED Male WANTE D Good'm Ukerat ' M a t 't tie w 's Dairy. Phone 4 20. MEN AND HOYS to learn automobile repairing and driving, plumbing, bricklaying, electrical trade, civil engineering, surveying in most prac tical way. Our students earn .$3-$." a day. Positions secured. Satisfaction guaranteed. Catalogue free. National School of Trades, 2110 W. 7th st., Los Angeles. WANTED Positions WTUATION WANTED Few days extra work by strictly healthy ex pert bookkeeper-stenographer. M. It., Journal, or phone 144. WANTED Live Stock WANTED Well broken ponies, from 4 to 7 years old; also small mules, 4 to 8 years. E. Atterbury at fair grounds. WANTK1J--Saddle pony for Its keep during summer months'. Donnb! Darrow, opposite Albuquerque Floral Co. MESSENGER AND PARCEL DE LIVERY. Phonp KOI or BOS. 223 Cotil. DAILY MAIL SERVICE ANn ST At i E For the famous Hot Springs of Jemei, N. M. Leaves Albuquerque P. O. every morning at 6 a. m. Tickets sold at Valo Bros., 307 North First stree GAVINO GARCIA, Proprietor and Mall Contractor. P. O. Box 54, 1301 South A mo street. WA NTED Miscellaneous WANTfcfDclejin'' a pound lit the Journal Office. WANTED Carpets and rugs to eiean and repnlr. W. A. Goff, 205 E. Central. Phone 508. WANTED To buy medium sized safe. 108 S. 3rd. WANTED Dressmaking and generul sewing; one piece dresses a special ty; rates $2.50 up. Mrs. Petersen, The Westminister. WANTED 6 or 6 room modern cot tage In lowlands. No children. K. IC. Journal. New Orleans Cotton. Now York, Mny 2. Cotton closed easy at a net decline of from 2 to 14 points. Hogs Receipts, 11,000; market 6c higher. Light, $5.75 (Ti 6.15; mixed, $6.75W6.10; heavy, $5. 60ff6.00; rough $6.60?i'5.75; good to choice henvy, $5.73 $1-6.00; pigs, $5.606.05; bulk of sales, $5.90 (it 6.05. Sheep Receipts, 15,000; market steady. Native, $3.00 4.60; western, $3.254.00; yearlings, $4. 40 5.40; lambs, native. $3,004.60; western, $4. 656.25. HOUSE DEVOTES DAY TO DEBATE ON TARIFFS Washington, May 2. Protection and free trade were the themes of today's debate In the house over tlie demo cratic bill to put agricultural imple ments, certain food products and man ufactured articles on the free list. Mr. Tibon of Connecticut said his state, csiially referred to In tariff debati s as n manufacturing community, held I'trgc and Important farming interests, but that the farmers refused to be caught by the "farmers free list bill" i.n the democrat mensuree. Messrs. H. W. Smith of Michigan and I urke of South Dakota, republicans, opposed (lie measure because of Its' ns ault upon the doctrine of protection. Mr. Catlln of Missouri said the bill v. ould give a firmer fool hold In the I'nited States to the growing Japanese trade. Messrs. Ryrns and Sims nf Tennessee and Lover mid Byrnes of South fn kota, all democrats, defended the bill. 1 Vni T M A V H A Wr A FOR SALE $2700 6-rooia double brick. High lands, close In: rent $3o; $700 cash, balance S per cent. HUM) 5-room bungalow, modern, furnace, sidewalks, lawn, trees. North 12th st. $1900 5-room frame, modem, S Proadway; easy terms. $2000 4-room brick, modern lawn, trees, corner lot. Fourth ward $3650 -room brick, well built hot water heat, corner lot, on ctir lln $1500 cash, balance 8 per cent. $3000 9-room, 2-story brick-modern; lot 7ixl00; Highlands; close In; easy terms. $3100 6-room brick, modern, hardwood floors, a nlcu home; High lands. $00 4-room frame, large lot. shade, near shops; terms. MONEY TO LOW. FIRE INSntANCK. A. FLEISCHER 111 Kouih Fniirth Stivv. Phnna B74. N'exf to NeT rowtofflo PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS MO.NET TO 1.0AS. On Furniture PUmu, Orsant. Hnrfc Wm init othor Chatttla; ait.i on BalarlM nd Wrehm H"-e!pu, u low 111) on md htrfh USD DA. Loam art quickly mart and atrtctlr prlrat Tlma ona month to on rear given. Oooda to ramatn la your poaaraaloa. Our rata, era raaaonabla. Call and aa ua bafora borrowing. Htaamahlo tlrk.ta tn and from all parta nf tha worlil THIt MOI SEIIOI.n LOAN COMPANY, Kaom- anil , Orant Blalc, PHIVATB WKICKB. OPF.N KVBNlNas. Waat Central Airmm: FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry FOR SALE Kggr'froin thefineat chickens In town, Huif l eghorns and Rhode Island Reds, $1.00 per 15 eggs; If shipped, $1.60 er 15 eggs. J. W. Allen. 102R. N. Rth Pt., Albu nueroue, N. M. Eggs delivered. FOR SALE Saddle horse, a good traveler, has lots of endurance, shows oft well under saddle. First rate saddle nnd bridle also. If desired. Highland Livery. FOR SALE 2 pure bred Holsteln bull cnlves, one eligible to registra tion; price low for quick sale. Matt hew's dairy. Phone 4 20. EGGS for hatching, from good lay ing birds. S.C. White Leghorn and barred Plymouth Rocks, 5c each. 413 W. Atlantic. FOR SALE .Heavy set mare, suit able for farm, d ray or deliver! wagon; also buggy and spring wagon. 110 S. Walnut. EGGS FOR SALE White Leghorns, $1.50 for 15: S. C. Iluff Orplng tons, $1.60 for ii Andalusans, $1.50 for 13. Thos.''lshcrwood, 606 John Bt. Phone 454. ' FOR SALE Few choice Relglan hares, In pairs or triplets. Clias. McFarlnnd. 4 20 West Gold. FOR SALE Kxtra largo 11. P. R laving hens. Also setting eggs. 300 N. Broadway. FOR SALE Thoroughbred English Setter pups, cheap. 210 North 4th. HORSES and t.B bought and sold rent and exchange. Call at my store, 1202 North Arno street. Simon Gar da. FOR SALE Gentle horse, buggy and harness. Inquire Mrs. Gardner at Rosenwald's. Foil SALK Gentle riding or iliiving horse, saddle and bridle, 704 West Gold ave. FOR SALE Ringlet barrei Ply mouth Rock eggs for hatching, $1.60 for 13. Phonu 796. T. J. Saw yer. WANTED Rooms WANTEIOCicely furnished room by gentlemun In a prlvato residence, Not sick. Address A. II. C, Journal BUSINtSS CHANCES H.io k'kiH. Wuuu inserts eUissllieO a.1s. In 86 leading papers in th U. S. Send for list. The Dak Ad vertlslng Agency, 432 S. Main St., L01 Angeles, or 12 Geary St.," Han Fran Cisco. FOR SALE The Relen Mercantile Co. business consisting of dry goods, notions, men's clothing, hats, shirts, underwear, shoes, hose, women and children's shoes, some hardware, show cases, counters and fixtures, etc. A-l location for a general store nnd a good town. Write F. O. Losey, Helen, N. M. Inquire W. II. Booth, Albuquerque, N. M. ' STOCK COMPAN1K8 Incorporated. We bid to offer entire Issues of stocks or bonds for sale for corpora tions. THE E. JAY HAWKINS COM PANY, 368 Elllcott Square, Buffalo, N. Y. WANTED Salesmen Agents WANTED Wide-awake ageal-i to M. Accident and Health Insurvice fori the largest Accident Compnry in the world. Splendid and liberal con tracts to the right parties tpyvhcre In New Mexico and Arizona. Apply I to Continental Casualty Co., A. W. Rlkker, Jr., Manager, Albuquerque, N. Mex. WANTED Speiiulty salesman, ex cellont propoHliion, applications wanted from nu n of experience only, who are accustomed to making $500 per month. Call at once, 415 South High street. Phone 1119. WANTED Two life Insurance men. If you can write hundred thousand a year old line 1 can show you bow tn make four times as much money with me. Address N"- n, Journ.iJ. WANTED District agent for old line life Insurance company whoso as sets are over one hundred million dol lars. No better policies written. We have a good contract for a live man. Addregg McKnlght & Company. Amur illo, Texas. f ry aWmino Journal Want Ad Wa NT TCI 1 IT" TUnrvi W-4-4-4'4-4-l4-4-4-4--f4-4-4-f4-4-i-4'rrl j Bargain in Fine! t Home I Eight room modem liomc, LOT 10U2. lino lawn, tree and lirulilN-ry THE ;UETEsr BARGAIN i NOW OFI'EltEB IN AI.Kl' QI EUOI E. ON1.V $sr.o. EIRE lXSl'R.WCE AM) LOANS i Portcrfield Company j 210 West Col.l. F0 RENTRooms FUH KENT ftai.linry urt niotiern rooms Rio OrnS. Sl W. Cntrl. FOR RENT Furnished roms, mod ern. 218 Bouth Walter St. NEWLY-furnished rooms, modern; no slrk. B0R 1-2 W. Central. FOR RENT Large, cooi iront room. comfortably furnished. 21 1 South High. FI'RNISHKD ROOM, telephone, i-.ith, electric light, close In; 422 W. Mar quette, phone 3X3. FOR RENT One largo room com pletely furnished for housekeeping; modern. 616 W. Coal. FOR RENT Cool, well ventilated rooms; special rates for summer, by week or month. Hotel Cralge, New management. C. V. Alspnch, prop. FOR RENT Two large modern, well furnished housekeeping rooms, big sleeping porch, hath; 702 E. Central. FORRENT Furnished rooms; also for light housekeeping. 820 South Third. FORRENT Rooms single or ensulto 703 West Silver. FOR RENT Dwellings FOH RENT Cottages. 1 to ( rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply W. V. Futrelle, Denver Hotel FOR RENT Good 4-room concrete house furnished; 2 screen porches, toilet and water In house; one block from car line. Apply 1121 8. Waller St. FOR RENT 5-room ir.oovrn resi dence, east frontage, in highlands, May 15. Sec J. E. Elder. 121 South Third. FOR RENT Cheni) as house rent. S rooms and bath, newly painted and papered at 207 AV. Gold ave. $25 per month, 121 South Fifth st. J. Ilorra dnilc. FOR RENT 4-room brick, furnished or unfurnished; bath, gas, range, electric lights; summer rates. 610 W. Sliver. FOR RENT $30.00, 8-room modern house In Third ward, close In. J. M. Moore Realty Co. FOR RENT Five room furnished cottage, modern, npply 502 Fifth and Mountain Rd. FOR RENT Five roomed, new frame house, two screened porches. 1406 N. 5th St. E. J. Strong. FOUND FOUND Pair of gold-bowed specta cles In olYlce of W. W. McDonald. Owner can procure, same at Morning Journal by paying for this ad. Fol'ND A bay horse marked R. S. on the left shoulder, left hind bg white and a while, spot on forehead. Address Refugio Salazar, 15th St., cor. Roma ave. LOST LOST Pair field glasses between Old Town and Alvaiado, Finder please return to M'-Closkey Auto co., 408 W'. Copper. SitimtiorL 7? j usx try" Classinea G.F.I54 V V J 1 mr Colomins FHE JOURNAL tort tup tATinti STORAGE WANTED Pianos, houwiholil goods, etc.. stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Phone (40. The Security Warehouse and Improve ment Co. Offices, rooms S ud 4, Grant block. Third ttreot and Cen tral avm FOR SALE Real Estati fTfTTXuTroolii nTudTnTTuTuaeC only 3 blocks from Central avenue; very good location. Prk-e 13550. Good terms. -room pebble dash house, close to Second Ward school; a snap at $ 1 3 ,". 0 ; good terms. 1 -room modern brick house, lot 150Hrt feet; $300; easy terms. Mot l! GIIN & DKXTEIt, Silt W. Central Ave. Two Pastime seats at Journal for L. C. Gellltx, 223 N. HU1. Call today rOR SALE New modern 5-room brick, M.000. reduced to $2,100 for quick sale; full stse lot in go( d neigh borhood; $600 will handle it. Pr, Pronsoii, owner. A GOOD CMANCE To make money on a real estate Investment. We have a piece of ground that will ne eossarlly double in value In the near future. In the meantime the property Is paying interest on the money. Tills Is a clone-In proposition and requires only a small amount of money to handle. John M. Moore Realty Co. FOR SALE Small suburban home, close in and near car lln--; good 4 room adobe house, fine fruit trees, cow, thoroughbred chickens, furni ture. Owner leaving city and every thing goes for $i,oo. Don't wait, now ls the time. Hl'NSAKF.R A THAXTON, 204 W. Gold Ave. FOR SALE A well rented business block In an Illinois town of U.uofl, will trade for city property or on Im proved farm land. This property will stand the closest investigation and owner will give a liberal trade! Mc Clughan & Dexter, 319 W. Centtnl nve. FOR SALE House and lot, 1015 N. First street, $750; payments If de sired. W; P. Metcnlf, 321 Ould ave. FOR SALE 10 acres first-class land, 1 1-1 miles from city netir main ditch, $200 per acre, A. Montoya, 108 S. 3rd. FOR SALE 12 1-2 acres very good land, 1 1-2 miles from city, $850. A. Montoya, 108 8. 3rd. FOR SALE Two room house with pantry and closet together with fur niture. Price $1360. 618 S. High St. FOR SALE Miscellaneous COMMERCIAL Club second mort gage bonds bought and sold. W. P. Mc'calf. 321 W. Gold, FOR SALE Golden oak dresser nnd chiffonier, oak dining room set complete, refrigerator, metal bed, vel vet and Smyrna rug. Inquire morn ings. 323 N, 10th st, FOR SALE 5 passenger touring car. equipped with gas lamps, wind shield, top and new tires. Must be sold at once, $350. McCloskey Auto Co., Albuquerque, N. M, FOR SALE Navajo rugs nnd a lady bicycle, cheap. 012 N. 8th. FOR SALE Camp outfit, spring wagon, tent, harness, etc. 300 N. Ilroadway. FOR SALE Two hecis, chiffonier, 3 onk rockers, A oak dining clinlrs, range, 2 tables, refrigerator, etc. 618 S. High sf. FOR SALE 14x16 tent house, partly furnished. Cheap. 706 E. Santa Fe live. FOR SALE r'neap, hoover iClectrlc Carpet Sweeper. Inquire at tho Nash Electrical Supply company, FOR SALE 2 buggies and ono set ot harness, 1 405 W, Roma. FOR SALE I'luggy, suitable for pony. Apply 1414 SiiuUi Edith. Journal Want Ads Get Results Man r, 1 1 i" ill ' TV i "9 t PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS ft. VV. U. HKlAJS- Attorney-at-Law. Office In first National Pink Built- Ing. Albuquerque. N. M. JOILN V. WILSON Attorney-at-Iw. Roomg 15-17-1 Cromwell Bid. Ret. phoneJ457. Office Phona 1171 GEORGE S. Ri7)CK ' Attorn. Rooms 8-, Stern Block. Albuquerque. American Kurcij Bonds. DENTISTS UK. J. . KkAKl Dental Surgeon. Rooms $-3, Harnett Building. Pho T44 Annntntments road h mail PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J?H1iN'JTMo7! Phono 1037. Room 24 and 25 Harnett Building Bit. CIIAS5. A. FRANK I'jir, Nose, Throat and Icings. Burnett Blilg, Phone 107$ ADA M. CHEVAILt.IEn, M. P. Practice limited to Diseases of Women and Obstetrics. Consult tlons: t to 10 a. nv, 1 to $-.80 p. m. 619 West Gold Ave. Phone $42. A. O. BHORTEL, M. D. Practle Limited to Tubereuloals. Hours; 10 to 11. Room- --tn State Nsfl. Bank Writ fcOUlMOV Ik niTUTO. -tt. . Physician anl Huraeoa DR. CHAEI LH KE1.SEY Dentist. Whiting BWir., Albuquerque. 7iTsiTDTtA iiTm. i). Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose anil Throat office vnrnxo block AUCTIONEERS I. M. SOLLE Bonded Auctioneer. 113 West Oolil Aft Snlc of Furniture, Stock, Real KM a to, In or out nf town, Expor Iciicol. Biggest returns. L CARPET ERS A. J. kCT.mvav Cnrprnlerlnji and Jobbing. MIsMou Work a Specialty. 114 W. Gold Ave. Phone 0. ARTHUR E. WALKER Fire Insurance, Secretary Mataal Building Association, phona bti. SIT 14 Wwt rVnti-al Avenue SHOE REPAIRING. SOLES sewed on. Best oak leather. Rubber heels, 60c; men's half ioies, 7lc. E. Vasqnea, J,07 1-2 W. Cuntrnl, TAILORING AND CLEANING The Co-operative 'laliors, expert lenced tailors and cleaners, 204 S. 3d St., near Gold ave., tailoring, cleaning and pressing at reasonable rates. TusvvrfT anything, bicycle and sewing ma chines a specialty. 117 8. Zd St. JVIUNEY MONEY TO LOAN In sums to 'suit Up to $2,100.00, J. R. Elder, 121 a 3rd. $20,00(1 TO LOAN on city real estala. A. Montoya, 108 S. 3rd. BALDRI D G E Lumber Company. . Paints, Glass, Cement, Roof ing and Builder's supplies. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Ficturt Framet Fyrth Ctreet ana Copper Avi SANTA FE TIME TABLE (In Effect Junuary 17, 1911.) WESTBOUND Arrive Depart No. 1. Cal. Eipresa .., 7:45p 8:S0p No. S, Cal. LttnlteU ...,ll:0la :lvt No. 7. Mex. A Cal. Ex..l0:GDp ll;40p No. 9 Cal. Fast Mail . . 1 1 :60p 1S:4! EASIBOINO No. V. Tourist Ex t:65p a:St No. 4. Chi. Ltd 6:3uu :0r.p No. 8. Eastern Ex :6P . 7:2!p No. 10. Overland Ex. .. 1:40a 8:251 I I 1'ano Trains No. 809. Mex. Ex. .... ll:lf No. 81b El Baso Fass.. 8:8 No. 810. Kan. City & Chi. 5:05a No. 810. Kan. City & Chi. 6:Sfp Itimuell Ri.d Anuirlllo. Vo.811. IVcoa Val. ES.. !:. No. 812. Albu. Ex ll:ttp , P.J. JOHNSON. Aaen.t. Try a Morning Journal Want Ad Two Gem seals at .Journal tor F. W. Hayes 102 W. 11,-izeldlin . Cull today. t