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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 191 !.
jggSBs-r, .-jj., psm S F1NAHHE AND CflMMFRRE 1113 . ..... -w ....... w- g i, ;as . rgam Wall Street New York, May 8. The montly statement of the copper producers and tne government crop report received more attention in the flnanclRt com niunity today than did the stock market, while trading was bo lifeless as to be almost without significance. Expectations of a good crop report were general and acted as a staying influence. Prices declined moderately and the close showed mnny small net losses among the nctiv Issues. The copper products statement was not favorable as had been ex ported but publication of the "report had little effect on stocks, Amalga mated coppor yielding only a fraction. In the Pteel trade also Indications of immediate improvements are few. The real market leaders with a few exceptions were rather heavy, al though this seemed to be due to neg lect than to pressure. Atchison was strong toward the close on the report from Paris of the listing of 100,000 shares of the bourse. Closing Stock. Allis Chalmers pfd 27 Amalgamated Copper S3 American Agricultural B6 American Fleet Sugar 47V4 American Can 11 V American Car and Foundry .... 62 American Cotton Oil B Am. Hide and Leather pfd 22 American Ice Securities 22 V American Linseed 10 American Locomotive R7V4 American Smelting and Refg.,. -74 Vi do preferred .104 American Steel Foundries 41 American Sugar Refining 117 4 American Tel. and Tel. 148 American Tobacco pfd 98 American Woollen Si Anaconda Mining Co 37 Atchison 110 V4 do preferred 103 Atlantic 'Coast Line ..123 Baltimore and Ohio 104H Rcthleham Steel 31 Hrooklyn Rapid Transit 78 Canadian Pacific , 232 Central Leather 27 do preferred 98 Central of New Jersey ...270P278 Chesapeake and Ohio 79' Chicago and Alton 25 0 30 Chicago Great Western , 21 do preferred ......... 43 Chicago and North Western. .. .144H Chicago, Mil. and St. Paut .v:.. .199W C C. C. and St. Louis Colorado Fuel and Iron Colorado and Southern Consolidated Oas .60ffi 04 30 63 ..143 Corn Products 14 Delaware and Hudson 1G9 Denver and Rio Grand'? 28 do preferred 64 Distillers' Securities 35 Erie .' 3-0 do 1st preferred 48 do 2d preferred 87 Genernl Electric . M . ,,1 56 , Great Northern pfd 126 Grent Northern Ore Ctfs 60 Illinois Central , 137 Interborough-Mot. 1 8 do preferred 52 Inter-Harvester 127 Inter-Marine pfd 16 International Paper 9 International pump 40 Iowa Central 16 Kansas City Southern ......... 33 V, do preferred 66 I.acled'! Gas 105 Louisville and Nashville 145 Minneapolis and St. Louis 21 Minn., St. P. and Snult Ste. M..137 Missouri, Kansas and Texas .... 32 do preferred 66 Missouri Pacific . .' ...... 49 National Biscuit 136 National Lead 52 Nat'l Rys. of Mexico 2d pfd.... 32 New Tork Central 106 New Tork, Ontario and West... 42 Norfolk and Western 106 North American 73 Northern Pacific A 125 Pacific Mall . . .' 24 Pennsylvania 122 People's Gas 104 Pittsburg, C. C. and St. Louis. . . 94 Pittsburg Coal 19 Pressed Steel Car 32 Pullman Palace Car 160 Railway Steel Spring 32 Reading 154 Republic Steel . . . 30 do preferred 94 Hook Island Co .' 29 do preferred 62 St. Louis and San Fran. 2d pfd.. 40 St, Louis Southwestern 30 do preferred , , 60 Slr,ss Sheffield Steel and Iron , . 50 Southern Pacific 114 Southern Railway 27 do preferred 64 Tennessee Copper 37 Texas and Pacific 27 Toledo St. Louis and West 19 do proftrred 48 Cnlon Pacific 177 do preferred 94 Fnlted States Realty 75 I'nited States Rubber 39 Cnlted States Steel 74 do preferred . .118 . . 44 . . 60 .. 13 ,. 36 1'tah Copper Virginia Carolina Chemical Wabash , Io preferred Western Maryland 57 Western Union 74 wheeling and Lake Erlo 4 I-ehlKh Valley 174 Total sales, 249,109 shares. Honda were steady. Total sales par value, J2,82fi,0O0. United Stateg bonds were unchang ed on call. Boston Mining Stocks. A Hone .,...-.' 30 Amalgamated .Conner C3 .... 24 15 5 M. 12 .... 17 51 471 .... 12 61 .... 11 A. Zinc. Lead and Sm. . . Arizona Commercial Atlantic ) 'oe. and Corb Cip. nnd Sil, Kui'e Coalition . L f'alumet and Arl.o,a Calumet and Meda ''entennlal ..,...,) rtner Range Con. Co. . . East rttitto Cop, Mine Franklln .... . ,. 9 filroiiit Consolidate J 6 Granny Consolidated 33 4 j Greene Cananea 6H KIc Royalle (Coppir) 13',s Kerr Lake 6 H Lake Copper 32 4 La Salle Copper SH Miami Copper '. 18' Mohawk 88 Nevada Con.-olidatcd 18 Xiplssing Mines 1 0 North Butte 28 North Lake 6 Old Dominion 39 Osceola 102a Parrott (Silver and Cor) 11 Qnlney ; 69 Shannon 10 Superior 32 Superior and Roston M!n 3 Superior and Pitts Cop 14H Tamarack 34 IT. S. Sm.. Ref. and Min 74 do preferred 118 Utah Consolidated 14 Winona Wolverine 108 Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, May 8. Fear of drought damage counterbalanced today with wheat speculations an Idea 'that the government report would prove de cidedly bearish. As a matter of fact the document turned out less dis couraging to the bulls than had been expected but .the results was not known until after board of trade hours In consequence thtj closo was easy, l- f7i t-4 off to 1-8 tip. Corn finished l-43-8 l 1 1-8 down, oats lorer by l-8o,l-4 to l-2fi 5-8 and hog products at 7 1-J to 67 1-2. ' July wheat ranged from 88 to 88 3-4 and closed at 88 1-8, a net loss of i-s-fri-4. July corn fluctuated between 51 3-4 ((17-8 and 62 6-8, closing weak at th? first mentioned level 5-Sc under the latest figure of Saturday. Cash grades wera asy. No. 2 yellow finished at 64 1-4 3-4. High and low points for July oats were 32 l-25-8 and 82 1-8 with latest sales 1-43-8 net lower at 32 1-8. Provisions rose slightly on account of a small run of hogs. After the llt wag cleared pork had gained 15 to 57 1-2, lard 7 1-2 to 10c and ribs, 7 1-2 Cffl2 1-2 to 16. St. Louis Wool. St. Lsuls, May 8. Wool unchang ed; medium grades and clothing. 16 $18; light fine, 15016; heavy fine, 128)14; tub washed, 1628. . ' New York Cotton. New tork, May 8. Cotton closed steady, net 3 points higher to 8 points lower. Now York RxchuiiRC. Chicago, May. 8. Exchange, on New York 20c premium. ' The Metal Markets New York, May 8. Standard cop rcr dull; spot and May, $ 11.60(h) 11.70; June, July and August, lll.6511.7ji; London steady, spot, 53, 18s, lid; fu tures, 54, lis, 3d. Arrivals reported at New York today, 625 tons. Cus tom house returns show exports of 7328 tons so far this season. Local dealers report rnther an unsettled market for copper. Lake, $12.37 12.50; electrolytic, $1 2.1 2 0 12.25, and casting $11.87 '12. Lend Dull, $4,400)4.50 New York, $4.25i'4.30 East St. Louis; London, 12, 18s, 9d ; Spelter $5,40 5? 5.45 ' Now York, $5.20(5.30 East St. Louis; London, 24, 5s. Antimony Dull; Cookson's, $9f"7 0.50. Unr Sliver and Mdlesn Dollars. New York, May 8. Silver, 53c; Mexican dollars, 45c. St. lyo-uls Spelter. St. Louis, May 8. Lead, steady, $4.27 1-2. Spelter, steady, $5.27 1-2, The Livestock Markets. Chicago I.lvo h'toek. Chicago, III., May 8. Cattle Re ceipts 21,000; market steady to a shade up. Reeves 5.00tfi 6.65; Texas Steers, 4.65 4.60; Western Steers 4.80?5.60; Stockers and Feeders 4.00 JiS.40; Cows and heifers 2.40f 5.65; calves 4.606.75; Hogs Receipts 36,000; market gen erally 10c up; light 5.8006.20; mixed 5.80 6.10; heavy 5.C5i6.00 rough 5.600 5.80; good to choice heavy, 580 rfi 6,00; plga 5.65 f 6.10- bulk of sale 6.90CT605. Sheep Receipts 25,000; market tseadv. Native 3.00 4.70; Westerns 3.25 S?) 4.70y earllngs. 4.50(iT 550; lambs, native. 4.25ifrG.40; western 5.00ii6.50. Kansas City, Mo., May 8. Cattle Receipts 7,000; market strong to 10 centg hlghfr; native steers, 5.25 6.25; southern steers, .25fi575; Southern c.t wa nnd heifers, 3.00i4.75; native coyi nnd heifers, S. 00 iff 6.00; stockers at J feeders, 4.76 ft? 575; hulls, 4.00fi'S.00j calves. 6.00(116.75; west er nsteers 4.75 6. 00; western cows, 3.25 5.00 Hogs J'ecelpts 9,000; market 10 cents hlgh;r: bulk of sales 5.80595; heavy, 8.80 i 590; packers and butch ers, 5.80f '595; light, B.58 8.00. Sheep Receipts 12,000; market 10 to 13 cents higher; muttons. 3.60 if?) 4.50;lnms, 6.00T6,25;fed weathers and yeatlings, 4.001)6.50; fed west ern ewes, 3.60fi4.25. mxc.FRors fokfst firfh nACIMO IX MINNESOTA. Walker, Minn., May 7. Dangerous forest flresj are raging north of here on the Minnesota and International railroad. At Spur thr St. Paul tral was forced ,to run through the flames which are lielng swept northward by a strong wind. M.iny settlers have lest their Homeg and a large amount of sawed Uimber has been burned, Thousands of dollars worth of prnp Tty In lulling destroyed. The Journal Wan IF FOR SALE $4800 A fine ranch of 18 acres with 6-room house, . screen porches, out buildings, cellar, chicken yard; 6 acres in alfalfa; 110 young fruit trees, all bearing; land all under cultivation and on two main flitches; only tijo miles from city on Fourth street. $1200 4 acres in alfalfa, close in. This price is right. HOiiO 2 acres of rich land on north Fourth street, close to city; well improved with 4-room modern iuiik house; electric pump; large tank, fruit trees, etc. $2400 New four room modern brick house In Highlands on car line. East front, lot 50x142; cement walks; lawn; shade; outbuildings and two screen porches. This Includes gas range and furniture. $630.00 Two corner lots, 50x142. south front, Perea addition;, with three room house and outbuildings. Lots alone are worth this price. $2100 A good four room cottage, modern and newly painted. Fourth ward; east front; easy terma . $2(i50 Seven room modern brick, almost new; splendid condition, High lands, close In. This would make splendid home for a doctor. Cash or terms. JOHN M. MOOUF. HFALTY CO. HUlfi INSUtAXCE, IIF.AIj FST.VTF, LOAN'S AM) ABSTRACTS. 114 e 4Uuld Avo. llione 10. BUSINESS CHANCES ads. In 36 leadtug papers In Di ll. S. Send for list. Th Pake Ad vertlslnr Agency, 432 8. Main St., Lew Angeles, or 12 Geary St., Pan Fran Cisco. FOR SALE The Retcn Mercantile Co. business consisting of dry goods, notions, men's clothing, hats, Bhlrts underwear, shoes, hose, women nnd children shoes, some hardware, show cases, counters and fixtures, etc. A-l location for a general store and a good town. Write F. O. Losey, Helen, N, M. Inquire W. H. P,ooth, Albuquerque, N. M. STOCK , COMPANIES Incorporated. We bid to offer,, entire Issues of st.-,c. Ci Uiiu. fur sale for corpora tions. T11K E. JAY HAWKINS COM PANY, 368 Ellicott Square, Buffalo, M F.SSKNCJFli AN1 l-ARClOL IK. IJVF.KV. 1'lionCf B01 t.r B02, 222 f;ojd. OAILYMaHj KKHVHK AN I KT AG1J For the famous Hot Springs of Jemei, N. M. Leaves Albuquerque P. O. every morning at 6 a. m. Tickets sold at Valo Dros., 307 North First stree OAVINO GARCIA, Proprietor and Mall Contractor. P. O. Box 64, 1301 South Arno street. D6ubleTrdck AlftheWayJI : The Atchison, Topolta & Santa Fe Railway company now has practical ly a doublt truck nil the wav from Chicago to Kansas City. Workmen nre on the last stretch of thirty miles between Rothvllle and Carrolton. Mo and it v.IIl be completed In a short time Roth tracks ure bdllitsted, and tne bloi k system is in oiperntlon tho entire distance, innkln;t n railroad as nearly perfect as It is possible for the brain and hands of man to mako It. K. P. Ripley, president of tho Hanta Fe, has been working tj thli end for several years, pushing the Improve ment a little nt a time, until m.vv, when only the finishing touches re main to be put on. His idcia was to Imve a two track line from Chicago to the Missouri rive which would car ry the heaviest nnd fastest traffic wllh ease and safety. It was a mighty un dertaking which has been successfully carried out, thus meeting the demand of tho public for the best seicvlve possible. For soreness of the muscles, wheth er Induced by exercise or injury, Chamberlain's Liniment Is excellent. This liniment Is also highly esteemed for the relief It affords In cases of rheumatism. Sold by all dealers. Distance Ilctnr-rn Shots. Representative Dunlel J. Shern tells a highly Interesting story of a case recently tried In tho criminal court. Rays he: "One of the witnesses was a negro w-ho had heard the shooting. He was "sited If he heard the shots fired, and, having replied In the affirmative, he was urged to say how far apart they were, " 'Oh, dey wasn't more'n two sec onds apart, yo' honah.' " 'Where were you when the first shot was fired?' asked the counsel for the defendant, " 'Ah was on the conah, shlnln' a gemmen's shoes,' answerod the dusky witness. ""And when the second shot was fired?' "'Ah was home, limit seven squares nwav. les' n-oin1 into th house.' "-Philadelphia Times. 4 , J. M. Howell, a tJonnlnr rii-tiPtfint of Oreensbtirg, Ky., says. "Wo use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In our own household and know it is excel lent." For sale by all dealers. Tolstoi's Hatred) of Toctorn. "The late Count Tolstoi loathed nhv slctans," said, at a dinner tn Washing ton, a Russian rtinlomflt "Tou remember how Tolstoi ridicul ed physicians In 'War and Peace 7' well, I henrd him ridicule three of them to their faces over a vegetari an dinner at Yasnaya Playana. Physician,' he said, bitterly, looking tin from a Mate nf lentils. 'may be divided Into two classes the radicals, who kill you, and the con servatives, who let you die.' " Wah Ington Star. -;- row!tljror Queen NcgliH-ti Coronation. London, May 7. It H definitely an nounced that former Queen Alexan dra will be absent from London throughout the coronation festivities. YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL FERS0NALPR0PERTY LOANS Da Furnltur, Ilsno Orana, BurMS, W.rnna n otkr Otlttl; on SlrlM snd Wrh"Ue Kcaiits, u Inw tt IW.o and Blh 160 00. ucni an quicmr mart. and tn't(jr prtt. Tinw in m, nth tn on Tr (lva. oou io irmain is rur comaaioa. Our rate, at rraxicalila. Call and ar bafor korroln Ci.am.hlp tirk.ia t and from all r"" r tha world. TH MM SI HOI VOMVkMt, staom. t . Ornnt I'RIVA'iB W'l'Kl, I OPSIN KVICN iNOS. I myt Vxt .' na Amm: FOR SALE $2300 5-room brick, lu.th, cement walk, corner lot. Highlands, close In; $900 cash, balance 8 per t ent. $500 3-room frame, lot 50x142, S. Arno st.; good well. $2700 6-room double brick, High lands, close In; rent $30; $700 cash, balance 8 per cent. .loot) 5-room bungalow, modern, i furnace, sidewalks, lawn, trees. North 12th st. $2000 4-room brick, modern, lawn, trees, corner lot, Fourth ward $S50 6-room brick, well built hot water heat, corner lot, en car line $1500 cash, balance per cent. $3100 6-room brick, modern, hardwood floors, a nice home; High lands. $900 1 4-roont t tsme, large lot, shade, near shops: tc.rirts. . MONKY TO im. . FUU2 INSl'lUNCF. A. FLEISCHER lit South Fourth Rtrwv. Flione 7$. Next to Ne-v FostofOo HELP WANTEDFemale WANTED (Sir! for. gemrni house work. No wnshlng; good wages. Apply Mrs. D. Weinman, 70S W. Cop per. WANTED A laundress fur Monday. One who speaks English preferred. Apply Mrs. John F. pearce, 718 W. Central nve. WANTED Woman fur cleaning windows, wood work and floors Apply mornings after lo o'clock. Room 9, State National Hank bldg. WANTEDTwo strong gTris for5i'n"T ing room service. Apply Albuquer que Sanitarium. W A NT E D dl r 1 for general h o u Te" work. Apply 710 llroadway. WANTED Com peletit woman for cooking and housework, 403 North Second. HELP WANTED Male "Co ! b ur nf s Em pi o y men t Agency, 210 W. Silver WANTED At once -ton laborers and ' teamster,- Jto -R.- fra.de-work, ! experienced (rrocify clerk, good ranchmen. ' h ' M '' ' WANTED Carpet layer. V. A. Huff. 205 F. Central. WANTED Salesmen Agents Two tickets for A. W. Shearer, 620 S. Arno. at Journnl. Alrdome or Gem. WANTED Wlilf-awnke ageali to pel Accident and Heullh Insurvite for the largest Accident Compary In the world. Splendid nnd llbernl con tracts to the right parties Hnytvlu-re in New Mexico nnd Arizona, App'y tn Continental Casually Co., A. W. Rlkker, Jr., Manager, Albuquerquo, N. Mex. WANTKD District, agent for old line life Insurance company whose as sets are over one hundred million dol lars. No better policies WTltten, We have a good contract for a live man Address MeKnlght & Company. Amur- lllo, Texas. MONEY TO LOANHnunT?oVMi1T tip to $2500.00, i. K. Klder, 121 S 3rd.' WANTED To loan on real estato se curity $1600, Address I. O. llox 324, Albuquerque, N. M. $2,000 TO LOAN oa Improved city property. W. Moore Clayton. WANTKDTtw-ent one or two room ' tent house, furnished, must be near car line, state price nnd particulars. Rox 10 Journal. WANTED Ry young couple with no children nnd m sickness .couple of light housekeeping rooms, State price. J, H. K., care Journal. FOR SALE -Livestock, Poultry FOR BALK Horse, Imggv and har ness. 301 P. Kdlth. r'OH HALHJ Kgifs, from tne finest chickens In town. Buff Leghorns and Rhodo Island Reds, $1.00 per 15 eggs; If shipped $1.50 per 15 eggs. J. W. Allen. 102H. N. th Ft., Albu querque, N. M. Eggs delivered. FO RESALE Whit fTand" brown Leg horn hens. 417 P. Arno. FOrflTiLECh Homo nve. Ft K HALE One carload of very fine young mules, right age and slse for farm or public work. Glas gow Ranch, Colfax. New Mexico. FOR BALE 2 pure bred Holstein hull calves, one cllnllilfl to registra tion; price low for quick sale. Matt hew's dairy. Phone 4110. DO PER CENT discount on nlTpmiHry and stock food remedies, for ten days only. 501 N. 1t S't. C. V. Olson. FOR SALE .Heavy set mare, suit able for farm, tlmy or deliver wagon; also buggy and pprlng wagon. 110 3. Walnut. FOIt SALE Extra Tinge R. P. In laying hons. AIko neiilnif eggs. 300 N. Rroadway. "vrRSAI.FOood'ji r'y cow. P. O. Ron 167. HORSES and r.'gs bon-jnt and sold, rent and exchange. Call st my store, 1203 North Arm. street. Slur" C.nr-cln. -4-4-4-4-4-r-l-4'44-44444-4-H j Bargain in Fine t Home FOR SALK Five-room mod ern brick, ne block from car line. CJOOl LOCATION IN LOW LANDS, $2200. Could not build house for price, FOR SALK Klght-room mod ern, comer lot, hot water plant; best residence section In city. $5000. HUE 1XKI UAXCH AND LOANS Portcrfield Company J 210 West Gold. Ko.1: ;oltHKesPriow?m furnished or unfurnished. Apply W. V. Kotrelle, lienver Hotel FOIt RENT 4-room brick, rurnlwhed or unfurnished: bnlh, gas, range, electric lights; Hummer rates. 610 W. Silver. FOR SALE Miscellaneous FOR RATE?h1w with Hue springs, trunk, heating stove and reclining elialr. 12th and l tint avenue. Ft HI SALE 3,000 pound warehouse scales. Horse and delivery wagon one office desk, two stoves and a I it oT household goods. Phone !5, 601 X. First. roil KALI". 5 passenger touring car, equipped with gas lamps, wind snicld, top and new tires. Must be sold nt once. $350. McCloskcy Auto i o., Albuquerque, N. M. FOR SALK Camp outfit, spring wagon, tent, harness, etc. 800 N uroadway. fOlt hALK Almost new Columbia buggy. Pnssmore Sons r'iv ii.'vi.iv a-Benied park wngon; K. ion im new. , UUI K. Walter.' I' Oil BALE Auto Piano, nearly new, In splendid condition, cost $650; nave llfiO worth of records. Will sell for $500. MiiKt be sold, ns owner Is "roered away, k, k. Sterling, 1st Ll 'l.Vv-. t Wlngale. N M. two tickets lor A. M. Heelie, 707 houth Third street, nt Journal for Crystal tonight. Full SALE One lmnd7mliiledcTio- colate set and tray, $10. Cull mornings. 421 South Edith, FOIt BALK- Cheap; good RfiO pound nay driving noise, nnsoliitely gen tie, niso Btiggy nnd harness. HI I So 'intra st. FUR SALK Iluggy, suitable for pony. Apply 1414 South Edith. POM HENT Rooms KHTHrnoMwiaTa modern rooms Rio Oran.ls. $11 W. Central. FOft RENT Furnished rooms, mod ern. $18 south Waller Ft. NKWLT furnished rooms, modern; no sltk. 508 1-2 W. Central. FOR RENT Large, coo) front room, comfortably furnished. 21 I S. Jllgh. FURNISHED 'rooms' for "rentf no tick taken. 522 West Lead five. F( ) U R ENT Newly furnished large front room, with st. bath. 608 H. 8rd FOKRENT- Nicely furnished front hoard; private family: room with sleeping porch If desired. 202 North Kdlth. FURNISHED ROOM, telephone, bath, electric light, closo In; 422 W. Mar quette, phone 883. FOR RENT Cool, well ventilated room.', spi-clnl rates for summer, by week or month. Hotel Cralge, New management. C. V. Alspneh, prop. FoR RENT "no or two furnished front rooms for bed room or bed room and sitting room. Private en trance, phone 10. Foil KENT Front rooms; f"r house keeping. Cull tit rear of 624 West Central avcmie. FOR RENT A large front room wHIl sleeping porch; also rooms for housekeeping; modern. 416 S, 3rd St. , FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms, completely furnished, single or en suite; modern; no sick taken, (llfl W, coal. FOR HENT Two nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping; bath, elec tric lights, gas; close in., Phone 14:1(1, d'H 8, Fifth HI. Foil RENT Nlcelv furnished front room in home with nil modern con veniences; clone in: rent rensonntun, with henrd If desired. 210 Houth Wal ter. FOIt RENTA lnrge, dry cemeted basement, wllh facilities for loading on R. R. track. Enquire S. S., care Jo-jrnal. WANTED Positions vCXJiTinindwlfo want Job on ranch; have had experience. Address lloX 680. Clovl-i, N. WANTED-" I'oslilon by middle-aged lady to do light hotmework, with out washing. Address D. P., Morn ing Journal. PnACTICAl "nT'HSK -Phone 1 257. I WANTED Miscellaneous vCaTKU rjaurToMennTts at 2 1 c n pound at the Journal ifflen. W A NT E I To buy. a nnn-Ucscrlptlvu ticket to either El Paso, New Cir loan, lllrmlngham. Memphis, Knn sns City or near points mentioned, will pay good cash pr'ce for fame. Address .IH. M.,JlblM offb-iv WANTEO -Several brown Leghorn hens nnd cock. J. H, Jett 202 N Edith. WANTED i'na I'd and room h" lady. Preferably In private family. Ad ,lress H. C. Hex 444, City. Foil HALE MINC STORAGE WANTKli 1'innM, household B"ods, etc., stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Fhone 540. The Security Warehouse and Improve ment Co. Offices, rooms 3 and 4. Orant block. Third street and Cen- JEReaiJ FOR SALK A good, well-icnted bus iness property in 11,000 population city In Illinois, Will trade for bus- Ivary Tiln tti-ri v -. it ftlin firi tri(i fnrM land. This property will utand the closest Investigation and owner will give a liberal trade. McCUV.UAN A ItRXTKR, 319 W. Central Ave. FOR HALE New 8-room modern No cosh, monthly home on 1 1th st payments. New seven-room modern house; furnace heat, on U'th St. tlan. li of 12 acres close In. on main ditch, jr.so. For rent, nw seven-room house, furnished HOME REALTY COMPANY, 402 West Centra). Foil HALF. New modern 6-room brick. 3,000, reduced to $2,100 1t quick sale; full sire lot In good neigh borhood; $00 will handle It. Dr. Rronsun, owner. i .VATiriTTtlt n im aTTC $2500 cash or easy terms; conve nient to city; good frame cottage; su perb view and on main ditch. Lund needs some "fixing," but Is tho very bi"t the valley affords. Ill NSAKFU At TIIAXTOV, 204 W. Oold Ave. FOIt SALE A well runted bimliichs block In nn Illinois town of 11,000, will trade fur city property or on Im proved farm land. This property will stand the closest Investigation and owner will give n liberal trade. Me Clnghan & Ht-xtor, 219 W, Central ave. FOR HALE Hcmih nnd lot," Voiff N. Flint street, $750; payments If de sired. W. P. Metcn.r. $21 Cold nve. FORSALl':'w(rootr." house with pantry nnd closet together with fur niture. Price $1.1110. 61$ 8. High St. Jp'CR RALE OR RENT Rooming house; good locution; 20 rooms; Inquire 205 1-2 South First st. PI RLIC LAX1) SCRIP. Peril) will pass tltlo to government land without settlement, residence rtr cultivation. Title to unsurveyed land cannot bo procured in any other manner. Ry use of scrip costly, te dious and dangerous contests may be averted. Write today for full partic ulars. Fen H. Mlldrolh, 210 Flem ing building, Phoenix, ArlK. Foil KALI1; 1H0 acre furui, 1 B n-res inlfall'tt, 200 bearing fruit trees, lO'l acres rich level land easily cultivated, 40 acres fine pasture kind, 5-room house, title perfect, all under Irriga tion, with water right, wnter power for nil farm purposes, abstract fur nished. An Ideal stock farm adjacent to thousands of acres of free range, This place: Is worth $10,000.00 and can be made one of the most beauti ful nnd prol'llabln farms In the Rio Grande valley. For quirk realization this place Is offered for $4500.00. F. L. Wnliiith, Helen, New Mexico, FOR EXCHANGE To exchange for city property, n rmch In mountains near Albuquer que: fine fruit land wllh an Abund ance of water nt 15 feet; Is a ?od location for sheep or cattle iWsiiicb. nnd would make a No. 1 resort. Ap ply 110 S. Witimit st. " FOR RENT Apartments FOR RENT Rooms fdr7ighTho"uHe- koeplng. 517 Honth Hroadwav. FOIt RENT Two rooms for light housekeeping. 724 South Second ROOM for HghJ hoiis'-keeplng Apply nt lliingauw, south ol cicaDiter Ian Sanilarliim. FOR PENT Furnished rooms; also for light housekeeping. 820 South Third. Foil RENT Two large modern, well furnished housekeeping rooms, big sleeping porch, bnth; 702 E. Central. FOR RENT Rooms with Board WANTED ItiionrTiirs oii'PbourdtT at 415 W. Coal avo. FOR RENT Furnished rooms board. 415 West Coal. with FOR SALE FURNITURE FOR HALE Hidden osik dr sser and chiffonier, oak (lining room set complete, refrigerator, 2 single metal beds, velvet rug, 1.1x16, nnd Smyrna rug, 9x12. Inquire mornings, 223 N. Tenth street. AyERTSING MEttlUI Advertisers: The gnat slate of North Imkota offers unlimited oppor pnrtunltlosi for business to classified advertisers. Tho recognized adver tising medium Is the Fargo Daily nnd Sunday Courler-Ncvs, the only seven day paper In the state and the paper which carries the l.irgeat amount of classified advertising. The Courier-News covers North Dakota like a blanket: reaching all parts of tho state the dav of publication ; It I." tho paper to use In order to gi t re sults; rates one cent per word first Insertion, one-half cent per word suc ceeding Insertion: fifty cents per line per month. Address The Courier News, Fargo, N. I) SHOE REPAIRING SOLES sewed on. Best oak leather. Rubher heels, R0c; men's half sob-s, 7tc.E. VHsquoj!, T07 1-3 W. Central. Two tickets at Journal for Mimh F. Jordan. 21H 1-2 West Cold, for Alrdome tonight. WANTED Boarders RO A nr-EILH "wmitc,rby "oJntnTweek! day dr meal; . good, sanitary home conking. $ii.60 per week, 202 North Edith. ira PROFESSIONAL CARDS attorneys" Attorney-at-Law. Offlc tn First National Rank Bulla- Ing. Alhuc.uerqua, N. M SoFiN w.wi i so. Artnrnej-t-Iw. Rooma 15-17-1$ Cromwell BIdt. Res. Phone 1457. Office Phone 1171 is KoiuiK g. "k iTfit-kr' ' ; " Attorney. Rooms 8-, Ktern Block. ' Albuquerque. American Surety Honds. DENTISTS L'U. J. &. KKAlt- Dental Surgeon. Rooms 1-3, Psmett Uulldlng. Tho 7411 oo"lntrnents msr'e hv mull. PHYSICI JRTW7toTLv7t? D.-X" I'hone 10aT. Kooms Jl anrt 2.1 Harnett Riilldlnt HK. MIAS. A. FRANK FJir, yrm. Throat nnd 1ings. 11a melt Rldg, Phono 1071 ADA M. CIIFVAlt.MEn, M.,l Practice limited to Diseases of Women and Obstetrics. Coniulta ttnn: $ to 10 a. m., 1 to 3:30 p. m. 619 West Hold Ave.. Phone 34$. A. O, BHORTEU mTdZT Prsetl.-e Limit to Tuberciiloits. Hours: 10 to 1$. Ronmr Ptnte Nat'l. Rank Bint. BOUYMOV n ni'TtTO-. i4, Tl. Physician and Rnrtwm ulte , Rainett Bide; Hit. t It ARUM K II .SKY Dentist. Whiting ltldir., Albuquerque. V. (J. S ft YlTlt At 1 1. SI . D. Specialist Fye, Far, Nose nnd Throat, OFFICIO WHIT1NO 11 LOCK AUCTIONEERS ' J. M. SOLLK - lumdcd Amilnnr. 113 Wt-st Hold At Sales of I'liriilnilc. Stocks. Ileal Kstntp, In or nut nf town. KxiHr l nctMl, plggcst returns. CARPEtffiRs' .1. RULLIVAN- CarpiMiterlng and JobblnR, aIImkIuii Work a Spcchiiij. 114 W. Hold Ave, Phone 80. ARTHUR E. WALKER Fir liisitrant-r, P-retarji MataaJ lliilldlng Association. Phone Bt5. I7U West Central Avenne, WANTED Live Stock WANTED Well broken poni.s, front 4 to 7 years old; nlo small mules, 4 to R years. E. Attcrbury nt fair grounds. W. A.GOFF CARPET CLEANING Phone 568 205 E. Central Ave. JAILORING AND CLEANING The Co-operittivfi"fllofsrVxper lenced tailors mid cleaners, 204 H. 3d st., near Hold nve., tailoring, cleaning and liresslnM at reasonable rates. BjarOEJEPAIRS. ffE W i frtTTteTaTrl anything, bicycle and sewing; mil. Chines a specialty, J 17 8. Id St, BALDRI DGE Lumber Company. Paints, Glass, Cement, Roof ing and Builder's supplies. Hudson for Sips Wall Paper HUDSON for Piciun Framet Firth Street ins Copper Avi "SANTA FE TIME TABLE MM. fAr (In Effect Junuary 17, 1911.) WI STIHIM Arrive liiar No. 1. Cal. Etpress ... 7:4Ep 8:30p No. S.Cal. Limited ....11:05a 11:26 No. 7. Mex. A Cal, Ex.,lfl:55p 11:400 No. 9. Cal. Fast Mail. .ll:S0p 13:4$ i:astisoim No. 2. Tourist Fx $:65p :S4 No. 4. Chi. Ltd 6:3Gp :0Pp No. ft. Eastern Ex 6 . 5 e . 7:2!lp No. 10. Overland Ex. .. 8:00ii, 8:36 I'l Pn-o Train No. (1 09. Mex. Ex 1$:$$ No. 8U F.I Paso Puss.. $:$$r No. 810. Kan. City A Chi. B:0G No. 8 is, Kan, City Chi. :$r! Rosucll ar.il Aninrlllo. No SI 1. Pecos Vll. Fx.. - tit. ' No 813. Albu. Ex. ll:3Bp t f P. J. JOHNSON, Acsri, j) US 1 j