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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 13,1911.
jjp I j&za sssissaicsrrrr.araTrf: ft..' fc"cirTiThn;ararBa TTTtavuu unit, ljihkmee lit r I II I il nr tun rrmmamwms.m.mm !l ! H rwwti ro lal Want Column T3 WW. UMAMI'L nM I ' 1 1 fl ful L U I L H ' i f i mmiuL nnu uu fi NLiiuL i n oc coeim I " a Wail Street New- York, May 12. The demand for .stock proved too smull today to maintain prices at the level fixed by yesterday's rise and a mild reaction oc curred. Today's losses were slight, however, as bearish traders were re luctant to follow the market down ward. The market in consequence was virtually at a standstill much of the d:i'. A significant development ' of the day was the ready sale of the $11, 000,000 threc year five per cent notes of the International and Oreat North ern railroad. The rapid sale of these notes wag regarded us an illustration of the large demand for short term securities. Another Indication of the existence of a large Investment demand la found In the sustained strength of the bond market. Reports which concerned pro. posed large bond Issues by sevtra: railroads wer0 not confirmed offici ally but It is generally expected that several issues of new securities will be brought forth in the near future. Closing stocks: Allla Chalmers pfd 20 Ui Amalgamated Copper 62 American Agricultural , . 56 Vi American Beet Sugar 4S American Can American Car and Foundry 53 American Cotton Oil r5'l American Hide and Leather pfd. 22 American Ice Securities 22 American Linseed 0H American Locomotive 37 American Smelting and Rcfg... 74 do preferred 104 American Steel Foundries 40 Vi American Sugar Refining ;.118 American Tel. and Tel 148 American Tobacco pfd agty American Woollen '. 33 Anaconda Mining Co 37 i Atchison HO do preferred 103 5 Atlantic Coast Line 123 Baltimore and Ohio 104 Bethlehem Steel 31 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 7S Canadian Pacific 232 ',4 Central Leather 27 14 do preferred 991,4 Central of New Jersey ...276fc27S CheEapeake and Ohio 79 14 Chicago and Alton 25 ft) 30 Chicago Great Western 20 14 do preferred 42 Chicago and North AVcntern ...llJVi Chicago, Mil. and St. Paul 120'i C, C. C. and St. Louis 59 Colorado Fuel and Iron 29,g Colorado and Southern 62l2 Consolidated Gas 143 94 Corn Products 14 Delaware and Hudson 169 Denver and Rio Grande' 28 do preferred 64 Distillers' Securities 34 Erie 31 . do 1st preferred i . . j . . . . , i . 49 (In M nroPnrred 39 General Electric 156 Great Northern pfd' 120 Great Northern Ore Ctfs 60 Illinois Central 136 Interborough-Met 18 do preferred 52 Inter-Harvester ,126Va Inter-Marine pfd 164 International Paper 10 International Pump 38 Iowa Central 1 5 Ms Kansas City Southern 33 do preferred 67 Laclede Gas 105 Louisville and Nashville 145 Minneapolis and St. Louis 25 Minn., St. P. and Sault Ste M..136 Missouri, Kansas and Texas.... 32 do preferred 66 Missouri Pacific 48 National Biscuit 135 National Lead -. . 51 Nat'l Rys. of Mexico 2d pfd 32 New York Central 106 New York, Ontario and West... 42 Norfolk and Western 106 North American 72Vi Northern Pacific 124 Pnclfie Mall 24 Pennsylvania 121 Vi People's Gas 104 Pittsburg, C. C. and St. Louis .. 93 & Pittsburg Coal 20 Pressed Steel Car 32 Pullman Palare Car 160 Railway Steel Spring 31 Reading 155 Republic Steel 29 do preferred 94 Rock Island Co 29 do preferred 60 St. Louis and San Fran 2d pfd.. 40 St. Louis Southwestern 30 do preferred 66 Sloss Sheffield Steel and Iron. . . 48 Southern Pacific ,..114 Southern Railway 27 do preferred 65 Tennessee Copper 36 Texas and Pacific 26 Toledo, St. Louis and Western.. 19 do preferred 48 Union Pacific 177 do preferred 95 United States Realty 76 United St.it.-s Rubber 39 United States Steel 75 do preferred 119 Utah Copper 4 4H Virginia Carolina Chemical.... 59 Wabash 15 do preferred 36 Western Maryland 59 Westinghouse Electric 68 Western Union 74 Wheeling nnd Lake Erie 4 Lchl;h Valley 174 Total sales, 163,100 shares. Tomorrow's bank statement should show a small cash gain by the banks. Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par value, $4,104,000. United Rtateg coupon 4's declined 1-4 on call. Boston Mining Stocks. Alloucz i . 31 Amalgamated Copper 62 Am. Zinc, Lend and Sm 24 Arizona Commercial 15 Atlnntic 6 Bos. and Corh Cop nnd Sll. Mg. . 12 Butte Coalition 17 Calumet and Arizona 4x Calumet and Hecla 456 Centennial 11 vuiT Krtnge un . ,. iiu Hast Butte Cop Mine 11 1; FrankUn 9 Giroux Consolidated r. t: Granliy Consolidated Greene Canauea Isle Royalle (Copper) .... 33 i; 5 3 Kerr Lake Lake Copper Salle Copper iaml Conner 19 39 1S ION, 2 1 1 x 6 40 96 11 6S 9 32 5 Mohawk Nevada Consolidated Nipissing Mines North Butte North Lake il Dominion Osceola Parrott (Silver and Cop). incy Shannon Superior Superior and Boston mill . Superior end Pitts Cop. . 14 Tamarack 30 S. Sm.. Ilef and Min 21 do preferred 46 'tah Consolidated 14 'tali Copper Co 44 nnonn f, I;. Wolverine 108 Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, May 12 Short sellers were stumpeding for cover today at the close of the wheat market. Their ac tion was due to the jilt having be come oversold, and then suddenly con fronted with miller's reports telling o a somewhat doubtful condition f the crop In sections X)t the southwest where the drought was most severe last fall. Final sales were 1-4 to 1 f 1 l-8c higher than yesterday. Corn linlshed 1-4C up to l-2(fi'5-8c orf; oats l-43-8c lower to 3-4c advance find h g products varying from last night's level to J1.45 decline, the latter for May pork. July wheat ranged from 88 5-8 to 90 3-8c and In the end was lCfl l-8c up at 90 l-4c. July corn fluctuated between 52 1-4 53 1-K 63 l-4c, closing at 52 7-8 53o, with a shade net gain In firm bus iness on the bulge In wheat. Cash grades were In good demund. No. 2 yellow finishing at 54 l-2(&55e. July oats ranged between 33 1-8 and 34 l-4c, with the close l-4c off at 34 l-8c. All provisions showed nn easier lone and at the final bell were cither un changed or fractionally cheaper with Aiay pork nominally $1.45 less expen sive than last night. Dun's Weekly Trade Review. New York, May 12. R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade tomor row will say: Warmer weather has stimulated In creased activity in retail trade In most of the largo centers; but the business situation as v. whole Is otherwise very unsatisfactory, so far as the Immedi ate volume of transaction!) is concern ed, although the outlook is favorable. Consumption is below producing ca pacity, and curtailment in the order of Industry, particularly In the lr.on and steel trade, In which there has been a further blowing out of furnaces and a reduction In unfilled orders. Unfilled tonnage of the United States Stetl corporation shows a fall ing off for the first time this year. Concessions are noted in Files of Southern Iron for prompt delivery, although prices on distant shipments are generally maintained. Activity was stimulated In the cot ton goods markets by large purchases for the account of printers and con verters, the total being In excess of 500,000 pieces. Jobbers are careful purchasers of domestics. Merchants regard trade conditions as Improving slowly. Adverse weather has held back re. tall trade, but with every sign of high er temperature, demand Increases con siderably; yarns ire firmer. The ex port trade In eottons Is above that ( f a year ago. New York Rxelmnfce. Chicago, May 12 Exchange on New York, 1 5c premium. St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, May 12. Wool unchang ed; medium grades, combing nnd clothing, 16(Ffl8c; light, fine, 15rl6c; heavy, fine, 12W14o; tub washed, 16 28. New York Cotton. New York, May 12. Cotton closed steady, net 1 point higher to 5 points lower. The Metal Markets New Work, May 12 Standard cop. per. dull; spot, May and June. $11.55 t? 11.80; July and August, $11.5511. 65. London, dull: spot, 53, lis, 3d. Futures, 54, 2s, 6d. Arrivals reported nt Mew' York today, "45 tons. Cus tom house returns show exports of 10 010 tons so far this month. Lnke copper, $12.37 1-2 i 12.50; electrolyt Ic, $12.12 1-2 If' 12.25; casting, $11.87 1-2 fi'l 2.00. 7,ead, easv; $4.40fl4.50 New nrk; $4.20 ft1 4.25 Rust St. Louts. London spot, 13. Spelter, weak; $B.35W B.4S New York; $5.20 fa 6.25 Fast St. Louis. Sales 60,000 pounds July East St. Louis, $5.15, nnd 60.000 pounds Au gust, East St, Louis, at $5.15. London, 24. 7s. 6d. Antimony, dull; Cookson's, $9,000 9.50. Silver, 62 1-2; Mexican dollars, 45r. St. I-ouls Spelter. St. Lou Id, May 12. Lead, weak; $4.25, Spelter, weak; $5.25. The Livestock Markets. Oilcoiro lilvfi Mnrlt. Chicago, May 12. Cattle Receipts. 15,000; market steady. Reeves. $1.95i 6.45; Texas steers, $4.60(8 8. 6i; west ern steers, $4.80r5.00; Blockers and feeders, $4,f0!i'6.65; row and hclf- IF FOR SALE $ 4 S 0 0 A fine ranch of IS 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 1 ultivation and on two main ditches; only two miles from city on Fourth street. $12111! 41,3 acres in alfalta, close in. This price is right. $4000 2 acres of rich land on north Fourth street, close to city; well Improved with 4-room modern brick 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; shi.de; outbuildings uml two screen porches. This includes gas range nnd furniture. $630.00 Two corner lots, 50x142; south front, l'erea 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 terms. $2650 Seven room modern hilek, almost new; splendid condition, High lands, close in. This would make splendid home for a doctor. Cash or terms. joiiv m. Moour: ktcai.ty co. nun iNsntANci:, real estate, LOAN'S AND ABSTRACTS. 114 West, tiold Ave. Phone 10. WANTED Salesmen Agents wXnEDTms life Insurance company whose as sets arc over onn hundred million pi lars. No better policies wrltlen. We have a good contract for n live matt. Address McKnlght & Company. Amar lllo, Texas. WANTED Live, bull rial cs'alc dealer to handle lots in Las Cruces, N. M.; fine proposition; lihoril com mission. Call up the owner at once, Mr. Moore at Hotel Crals. Telephone 569. ers. $4.2A( 5.65; calves, $4.50 K 7.00. . Hogs Receipts, 12.000; market generally 10c higher. Light, $r.00( 6.40; mixed, $5,801(0.32 1-2; heavy. $5.80(f? 6.20; rough, $5.80 ti- 5.95; good to choice heavy, $5.95j6.20; pigs, $5.85T( 6.35; bulk of sales, $6.05f!i(i. 20. Sheep Tlecelpts, 10,000; market steady. Native, $3.00 ff 4. SO; western, $3.50 P 4.S5; yearlings, $4.60 iv 6.60; Inrnbs. native, $4.50(6.85; western, $5.25 J 6.70. Kansas Cllv Livestock. Kansas City, May 12. Cattle He ceipts, 500; market t-teady. Native steers, $5.256.15; southern steers. $4.00 (a 5.60; southern cows and heif ers, $3.25 dr 4.75; native cows and heif ers, $R.nnWfi.n; stoekers anil feeders, $4. 75 5.75; bulls, $4.00 l 5.25; west ern steers, J 4 . 7 5 t( 5.S5; western cows, $4.25 5.00. Hogs Receipts, 7,000; market 10c higher. Hulk or sales, $.006.10; heavy, $.0(Mi S.10; packers and butchers, $6.001 6.12 1-2; light. $0.65 6.15. Sheep Receipts, 1 200; market 5c higher. Muttons, $3.504.50; lambs, $4."5!i C.35; fed wethers and yearlings $4O0Ti5.35; fed western ewes, $:i.50'ii) 4.25. FOR RENTRoomswithBoard ROOMtirTaHrd in private family, 624 S. Third. MYjroum MONKV TO LOAN In sums to suit up to $2500.00, J. R. Elder, 121 S 3rd. $2,000 TO LOAN on Improved property. W. Moore Clayton. city FOR SALE Collie puppies 2 months old, tho finest and best bred ever brought to this country; the mother of these puppies is sired by tho fam ous prize winning show dog, Cham pion Ravenswtiod Reward, and the the Hire of the pups is Champion Ormiklrk Artist, for whom J. I'ier nont Morgan nuir $2500 and Imported from England. These pups will win In the show ring over anything now own ed in Albuquerque. R. Fred I'ettlt, room 12, N. T. Armljo Rldg, city. EVERY DAY iMrHE mm YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS On Furniture. Plan,. Organs, Tim, Waana ami other Chattel.: en 8alriaa nl Warahoiiaa Racairta. a. Uw a. !! oti and a. hla-h a. 1160 . L. nt ara quickly raaJ. and airic(!y prlvata I'wne rna tnctub to on year g,vn- On-da to remain In jour puMcaatpn. Oar Tiln era roaaocrbla. Call and a?a ua bf"r brrwinf . Htaajnabip U.'k.'. to and fr.m all purta of tha witrld. TMK HOltlRIIOI.il I.OX KIMC4.NY, noma a anil 4, tirant Ul4 fBIVATB OKKK'KH. OPRN KVKSiNOA. tat 14- H'wl Ontrul Avwam FOR SALE $2:100 5-room brick, bath, cement walk, corner lot, Highlands, close in; $900 cash, balance S per cent. S5IKI 3-room frame, lot Duxl4 2, S. Arno st.; good Well. VJ70U 6-room double brkk. High lands, close in; rent $30; $700 cash, balance 8 per cent. .1000 5-rootu bungalow, modern, furnace, sidewalks, lawn, trees. North 12th st. $2000 4-room brick, modern lawn, trees, corner lot. Fourth ward $;'150 O-room brick, well built hot water hent, corner lot, on enr Un $1500 cash, milnnce 8 per cent. $3100 6-room brick, modern, hardwood fioors, a nice home; High lands. $000 4-room frame, large lot. shade, near shops; terms. MONEY TO 1XV:. HUE INSl ItANCK. A. FLEISCHER 111 Mouth Fourth Ktrrs,. riion 74. Men to Ner rowfofflc WANTKD tiirl for gem ral house work. No washing; good wages Apply Mrs. I). Weinman, 70S W. Cop per. WAN'i i:i) A giri for piitin cooking. Apply Mrs. I. 11. Koch, 1107 N. 12th st. Rhone 266. ANY LADY ran easily make from $18 to $25 per week working for me quietly In her own home locality. This Is p. bonaflde offer one which wlh pay you to Investigate, even If you can only spare two hours per day. No In viHtment required. Turn your spare time Into money. Wrile me nt once forj particulars. Address Mary H. 'J ay lor, Hox 30, Woman's liullding, Jollet, Illinois.. ; W ANTIC I) Competent woman for cooking 'nnd 'housework. 403 North Second, ' " HELP WANTED Mate WANTED Man ami wife to work as cooks on ranch out of town. Ad dress MoingJoirniil. WANTED Kji'st-i ins.-i piano player ut 222 Mi N. Third st., upstairs ""COLBURN'S 210 W. Silver AGENCY, Phone 354 WANTED At once, good laborers. Oood woman cook for small family. BUSINESS CHANCES ads. In 36 hading papers In th U R Snd for list. The pokn Ad vertlslng Agency. 432 S Main St.. Lw Angeles, or 12 Geary St., San rrsn el Men FOiTsTLH The Helen Mercantile Co. business consisting of dry goods, notions, men's clothing, hats, shirts underwear, shoes, hoso, women and children's shoes, some hardware, shovr cases, counters and fixiures, . . .. . nnnnl nl.tro I etc A-l location ior a and a good town. Write F. O. Ix.sey. t.i v M lnonlro W. II. Booth, i 1.-11, ... Albuquerque, N. M, STOCK C M TAMES incorporate,!. We bid to oflVr entire issues of stocks or bonds for sale for corpora tion. THE E. JAY HAWKINS COM PANY, 368 Ellicott Square, Buffalo, N. Y. MRSSENtJl U AN1 VAItCKIi IE 1,1 VKUY JMione MIor6S.J22 .oM. ilT.T "MAIL "SKUVIC'E ANti J'TA(.1 For the fainoiiB Hot Springs of Jemei, N M. leaves Albuquerque P. O. every morning at B a- m. Tickets sold at Valo Rros.. 307 North First street 45.W1NO GARCIA, Proprietor and Mall Contractor. P. O. Box 54. 1301 South Arno street Hili.HL MBB ' I Bargain in Fine j t Home t I x FOIt SALE No. till West Sll- J vcr, 7-room modern house, J "5 feci fmnttiet, lawn and f A trees, hot nn tor licat. J This is a fine home. Owner I wants to leave the city. If In- J terested talk with us about It. Hun INSl KANCK AN1 LOANS I I Porterfield Company a 10 West liold. T Foil KKNT-r-Oottaiios. 2 to ti rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply W. V. Futrelle. Mti H. Second Kt. ' TO ItF.XT Three-room furnished cot tage; sleeping porches and water. 511 S. Walter. FOR RENT Very cheap, two small cottages at Coyote Spring,. Just the place to spend the summer, llnesl water In the world. Apply 110 S. Walnut Street. 4-ROOM brick, 5 blocks from 1'. .1., gas range, electric lights; $20 month water paid, or will furnish to suit. The Leader, 309-311 W. Central.. Ft ) I til ENT I Irick" cot tiiKe fur 11 is lied for housekeeping; close in; cheap; pretty yard. 31 9 South Arno. Fu 1 1 1 1 K T0 n" W. " IJeFaslive., d 7 slnible 6-room brick cottage with bath; furnace heated; modern conve nlences. Inquire forenoons, 820 W. Tijeras. Rhone 413. ton KKNT MHi.ttary cud modern rooms Rio Oranrte. 61$ W. Cntr!. Foil 11RNT Large room for light housekeeping; no sick. 613 W. Lead. FO it" 1 1 K NT Nicely furnished rooms cl modern. No sick taken. 608 1-2 West central. FO 1 lR ENT Four well furnished rooms, all modern, good shade, 3 24 South Edith St. NEWLY furnished rooms, modern; no skk. 608 1-2 W. Centrsl. FOR RENT Largo, cool front room, coiufortalil y furnished .2MSIRg h . FURNISHED rooms for rent; no sick taken. 522 West Lead nve. Foil RENT Two nicely furnished rooms for hoilSekeellng: bath, elec tric lli'.hls. gas, close In. Rhone 1 346. 5 OS S. Fifth St. FOR RENT Two nice, rooms. 703 W. Silver. airy front FOIt RENT Two large, modern, well furnished housekeeping rooms, big sleeping porch, bath. 702 E. Central. FOR RENT Cool, well ventilated rooms, special rates for summer, by week or month. Hotel Cralgo, New management. C. V. Alspneh, prop. Foil it ENT To gentlemen of em ployment, two sleeping rooms with lights and water; within one block of ear line; $6.50 per month each. 310 S. Walter street. Fl'KNISllEI) room, telephone, bath, electric light, close In. 422 VV, Mar quette. Rhone 3x3. Foil KENT Front rooms tor house keeping. Call at rear of 624 West Central avenue. FOR RENT A largo front room with sleeping porch; also rooms for housekeeping; modern. 416 8. 3rd St. Foil 11 ENT llous"keeplng rooms, completely furnished, slnglo or en suite; modern; no sick taken, C16 W, Coal. FORK ENT A large, dry oJmctod basement, with facilities for loading on R. R. track. Enquire H. 8., care Journal. FOR SALE Livestock Poultry full SALE Oood driving horse, very cheap. 809 East Ii-on or Spot Cash Grocery. Foil SALE Jersey cow four to sel ect from; team good horses, farm wagon, new, and harness. Call fore noon. 1215 S. High. Foil HALE An exceptionally gentle horse, perfectly safe for ladles or children; cheap If taken in the next few tlujH. S. E, Roehl, 637 H. Broad way. . Foil SALE KliiKlo niinii 11. 1. Red Eggs, pen headed bv 1st prl.evvln nlng cock: excellent luvers; $2.00 per 15. Write for rirlce of special mating of pedigreed slock. Contains best blood lines In America. Satis, fip Hon guaranteed. E. S. Lewis, East I.us Yer.as. N. M. FOR ""SALE Eggs, fjom the finest Ruff Leghorns chickens In town sml Rhode Islnnd Reds, $1.00 per 16 eggs; If shipped, 91.60 per 15 eggs. .1. W. Albn, 1058. N. th Pt Albu querque, N. M, Eggs delivered. FOIl-SALE Jptirn bred Holstcln bull calves, one eligible to registra tion; price low for quick bain, Matt hew's dairy. Rhone 420. 60 REll CENT discount or7ai poultry nnd stock food remedies, for ten days only. 601 N. 1st St. C. V. Olsen. Foil SALE I'leavy set mare, suit' a bio for farm, dray or deliver) wagon; also buggy and spring wagon. 110 S Walnut Foil SALE one dozen While Leg horn laying hens nnd a rooster. 110 S. Walnut St. HORSES and lg" bought and sold, rent and exchange. Call nt my store 1202 North Arno street. Simon Oar el n. WANTED Miscellaneous W ANTEfi Clean cultnn ra ; ut a pound st the Journal Office. WANTED A return trip It, II." ticket to Chicago or some near point. A. O., cure Journal. I STORAGE WANTED t'lanos. household goods, etc., stored safely tt reasonable rates. Advances made. Phone 640. Th Security 'Aarehouse and Improve ment Co. Offices, rooms t and 4, Cirant block, Third street and Cen trsl avenue. Foil SALE Nice three-room house, only $t"'o), tlood tve-room brick bouse, good location, good terms, $2300. For rent. 4-room furnished house., only $22.60 per month. .YI.l'l.riillAN & DEXTER, ;ll!t V. Central Ave. Foil !ALE New b-room modern home on 1 1th st No cash, monthly payments. New seven-room modern house; furnace bent, on 12th st. Ranch of 12 acres cluso In, on main ditch, $650 For rent, new even-room house, furnished. HOME REALTY COM TAN Y, 402 West Central. 1 ,v a t "T: k Tt A cTiT x if s7 TTiC $2500 cash or easy terms; conve nient to city; good frame cottage; su perb view and on main ditch. Land needs some "fixing," but is the very best the valley affords. Ill SKKU & TIIAXTOX, 204 W. Hold Ave. I'lllLIO UNU SCItlP. Scrip will pass tltlo to government land without settlement, residence or cultivation. Title to unsurveyed land cannot be procured in any other manner. Ry uho of scrip costly, te dlous and dangerous contests may be averted. Write today for full partle ulars. Fen S. .Hlldreth, 210 Klein Ing httlhlinir, Phoenix, Arls. Foil SALE 160 acre farm, 18 njres alfalfa, 200 bearing fruit trees, 109 acres rich level land caBlly cultivated, 40 acres fine pasture land, 5-room house, title perfect, all under Irriga tion, with water right, water power for all 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 bo made one of the most beautl rul and profitable furms lit the Rio Grande valley. For quick realization this place Is offered for $4600.00. F. L. Walnith. Relen, New Mexico. FOR RENT Apartments FOR RENT Two rooms for light housekeeping, 724 South Second. FORRKNT FufnTsheiV rooms; also for light housekeeping. 820 South Third. ROOMS for light housekeeping. Ap ply at 110 S. WulnuL Foil -RENT lt of-modern B-room housn f,r housekeeping, newly fur nlHhed, Adilress L care of Journal. FOR SALE FURNITURE Foil SALE tlolden oak dresser and chiffonier, oak dining room set' complete, refrigerator, 2 single netal I beds, velvet rug, 13x15, nnd Smyrna; rug, vxtz. impure mornings, an .n. Tenth Btreet. FOR SALE Contents of well furnish ed home; everything new; party leaving town. 322 R. Seventh. FO R 8 A LE tm k il I nlng ' table and chairs, two rockers, Iron bed and springs and kitchen table. CIS H. High. ajdver Advertisers: Thu great state of North Dakota offers unlimited, oppor portunltles for business to classified advertisers. The roeognUed adver tising medium Is tho Fargo Dally and Sunday Courier-News, tho only seven day paper In tho state and the, paper whbh carries the largest amount of classified advertising. The Courier-News covers North Dakota like a blanket; reaching all parts of the state the dav of publication; It Is tho paper to use in order to get re sults; rates ono cent per word first insertion. ono-Vpilf cent per word suc ceeding Insertion; fifty cents per line per month. Address The Courier News, Fargo, N. D FOR SALE Miscellaneous Foil SALE Toinalo plants, strong transplanted. J. Woodward, Old Albuiiueripie. Rhone 1 3 7 .1 . Foil SA LE ( me Cycle hatcher, 60- ck size, nt 014 N, 11th street. FOR SALE Tent with "floor and sides, cooking utensil and beater, 31G S. Edith. FOR SALE it, 000 pound warehouse scales. Horse ami delivery wagon, onn office dcslt, two stoves and a 1 it of household goods. Phone !15, 601 First Foil HALE Comph to set of tennis nets, Spalding's best, almost new, will bo sold at a bargain. It. Fred I'ettlt, room 12, N. T. Armljo Rldg., city. FOR SALE 6 passenger touring car, equipped with gas lamps, wind shield, top and new tires. Must be soid at once, $:K0. MeCloskcy Auln Co., Albuquerque, N. M, FOR SAL E A 1 1 11 est n e w Columbia buggy. I'assinorn ti Sons. Ft ll SATAtiTc!FTuitmr 1 I gnr More at 1 0 : V. Central nve. Other business must go to, FO ll8A TTe Aulo 'TanoTn'arly new, In splendid riimllllon, 01st $050; have $150 worth of records. Will sell for $500. Must be sold, as owner Is ordered away. E. K. Sterling, 1st Lt. d ("av.. Fort Wlneiite. N. M. FOR SALE -Saddle atiif brlddle. shot. gun nnd rifle. 1 1 0 S. Walnut St. FOH HALE--Portable b e box, good lis Hew; capacity 2,000 pounds, 225 N, Fourth St. FOR HALE Raby oirrlage gooil con dition; owner leaving town; will sell cheaply. Rhone 1047 or call morn ings 13 2(1 West Maruuette. WANTED Boarders RoAltDEIIS wanteil by uionlli, week, day or meal; good, sanitary homo cooking; $5.60 per Week. 202 North Kililh. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS u. V. il. BKi'AN Attorni'y-Bt-Law, Offlc. In First National Rank Bull4- Ing, Albuquerque, N. M JOHN W. W1I.SOX Attornry-t-Law. Rooms 1-1?-15 CtoiMweii Iiuf. Res. Phone 1 457. Office, Phone 1171 ;loik,f. s. ki.oi k . Attorney. Rooms 8-9, Stern Block. Albuquerque. American Surety Bonds. DENTISTS a. KKAKl Dental Burgeon. Rooms i-S, Harnett Rulldlng. Pho 744 . iitmlntments made hx mall PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS JOHN J. MOHAN, M. II. Phono 1057. Rooms 21 nnd 25 Burnett Rulldln DR. CI IAS. A. FRANK l'jir, Nose, Throat audi Lungs. IStirnettJtldff, Phono 10T ADA M. 11 iifv All .ijRli73l. !. Practice limited to Diseases of Women and Obstetric. Consult tlons: t to 10 a. m., 1 to 5:30 p. m. 619 West Oold Ave. Phone !42. A. O. fcUlOHTEL, M. D Practice Limited to Tuberculosis, Hours: 10 to 1$. Roomr "--lo State N'iCt. Bunk Pid Mil OMON II HI It'tOI. M ' U. Physician end Surgena 0lte , Ttsmett Rtd lU. CHARLES hi:lsi:v DentlKt. WlillhiR Ithlg., Alhuquerqi vri7sHADRAC'lC5iri.r Specialist I'V. Fur, NMe ant Throat OFI'lfF WIIITIXO iit-ncic AUCTIONEERS J. M. SO!, Li:- RoiHlcd Auctioneer. West Gold Ave, Kalee of Furniture, Stocks, Ileal l'.Ninti, I11 or out of town, Expor tonecd. I'lggest returns. ARTHUR E. WALKER Fire Insurance, Pecrvtnry WelajeJ Itnlldlug Association. I'lion bit. We-'f fVnfeel venue CARPENTERS walk Kit & MATLOCK, contractors, builders; low figures, good work. Motto, "Live nnd let live." 617 8. Hroadway. Phone 1291. 11 W. A. G0FF CARPET CLEANING Phone 568 205 E. Central Ave. WANTED Positions VAJTElTMcnum on ranch: have had experience. Address Rox 5N0, Clovln, N. M. P ft ACTICA I.N V US E Phone 1257. TWO AIIlIuiMiTtlckets f.uTXVrtigIn 819 North Fourth street. Call at Morning Journal ofllco today. WANTED Position us assistant book- keeper; can give good references. Address M. O. N. Journal. TAILORING AND CLEANING The Co-openitlvo T.'iiors, exper ienced tailors and cleaners, 204 8. Sd st., near Gold nve., tailoring, cleaning and pressing at reasonable rates. BALDRI DGE Lumber Company. Paints. Glass, Cement, Roof ing and Builder's supplies. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON Furth torPiotum Street tna Frames Copper Avi SANTA FE TIME TABLE (In Effect January 17. 1911.) V i:sTIK)l N 1) Arnvo i)cpar$ 1. Cal. Gtprest ... 7:45p 8:30p 3,Cal. Limited ... ,11:05a ll:25t 7. Hex. & Cal. Ex,.10:55p ll:40p 'a I. Fast Mall. .ll:60p 11:4& l..sTitoi:u No, No. No, No No. No. No. No. No. No. No, No. No. No. 2. Tourist Ex t:65p t:H 4. Chi. Ltd 6:35p 6:o5p t. Krtstern Ex 6:6P . 7:25p 10. Overland Ex. .. 8.0a :15l I I I'll o Trains 809. .Mux. Ex ll:St Sib Kl Puso Pass.. $;! 810. Kan, City A Chi. B:05a 816. Knn. City A Chi. 6:!5n lloswell Ri.d Amiirlllo, 511. Perm V11I. Ex.. 1:1. 1$. Albu, Ex 1l;8p P. J. JOHNSON, Agent, J