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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1911.
ilriiiiunr aim nnnnnarnnr I I mi IT mum anu bUMMtHbt i tie jou Wfl StrPPT . wnign valley i.s MIS wfl w l .Ni'iv York, bty 29. rnccrUinty as to the outcome of the present condi-j turns in the steel and iron trade and j us to the decision ly the supreme j court in the American Tobacco ease I held the stock market In check today. I The stock market moved slowly and the amount of business fell off to small proportions. News of the day seemed to confirm lliii belief that reduction of steel prices had not stimulated business. At Pittsburg It was said that the trade was waiting for developments and that consumers wtro not informed that prices had reached their mini mum. ChicitKO sent word that the business of the western steel com panies was no better. There were re ports of further price reductions by various concerns. Moderate pressure was directed against United States ttteel t the opening of the market by traders who sought to make capital from present prospects. The stock gave way nearly a point but the attack did not lead to any appreciable amount of liquidation nor did it cause material heaviness ia th0 general market. Among the active issues Union Pa cific and the Krles were especially strong. Changes elsewhere were for the most part without significance, the chief gains of the day being by tho specialties. Canadian Pacific ad vanced 8 1-.4 to 238 1-4, a high record. The electric group of stocks and Pitts burg Coal preferred displayed marked strength. American Tobacco, com mon, advanced more than 25 points on tho "curb." The outflow of gold to Canada con tinues ag is to be expected in view of the high rates for money obtainable in the dominion and the almost low record . figures prevailing in New York on collateral loans. There was forwarded to Canada from this center today $2,250,000 gold. Closing stocks: Allis Chalmers pfd ........... 82 Amalgamated Copper "" American Agricultural f8 American Hoot Sugar American Can 1 !'' American Car and Foundry ... 65 American Cotton Oil 51 American Hide and Leather pfd. 23Vi American Ico Securities ....... 20 U American Linseed Wi American Locomotive . .. 40 American Smelting and Itefg. . . 0'i do preferred 106la American Steel Foundries 42 American Sugar Refining 120U American Tel. and Tel 148 American Tobacco pfd. .1)1 American Woollen 33 Anaconda Mining Co 40 Atchison I13' do preferred i03 Atlantic Coast Line ,.127',i Dultiinore and Ohio - .106 llethlehem Steel ...... .32 Brooklyn Kapid Transit . . . . ... SO Canadian Pacific 237 Central Leather ' 30 do preferred 102 Central of .New Jersey ...25H'284 Chesapeake and Ohio .. 82 H Chicago and Alton 31 Chicago (Jrcat Western 21 14 do preferred 42 Chicago and North Western ....147 Chicago, Mil. 'and St. Paul Uii C, C. C. and St. Louis 55(1) 60 Colorado Fuel und Iron ., S3H Colorado and Southern 54 U Consolidated (Jus 145 Corn Products 15 Vi Delaware and Hudson 170 Denver and Hlo Urande ....... 30 do preferred 67 i Distillers' Securities .18 Erie 3H do 1st preferred 61 H do 2d preferred 41H Cicneral Electric 167,4 Great Northern pfd 120 (treat Northern Ore Ctfs 67 Va Illinois Central 139 lntcrborou'h-llet 1$H du preferred : ulVi Inter-Harvester 125 Jnter-Murlne pfd : '17 International Paper . . . . Jl V. International Pump 40 U luwa Central 1 Kansas City Southern 34 H do preferred 65,4 Laclede Gas 106 Louisville and Nashville .......142 Minneapolis and Ft. Louts 29 Minn., St. P. and Sault Ste. M..138H Missouri, Kansas and Texas .... 34 do preferred 66 ' Missouri Pacific 50 National Biscuit 135 National Lead 60 NatT Uys. of Mexico 2d pfd.... 31 New York Central 107 New York, Ontario and Western 42 Norfolk and Western 107 North American "4 Northern Facific 128 Pacific Mall 25 Pennsylvania 131 People's Gas 105 Pittsburg, C. C. and St. Louis .. 92 Pittsburg Coal 22 Pressed Steel Car 35 Pullman Palace Car 161 Kailwav Steel Spring 33 ' Heading ....159 Iienubllc Steel 30 do preferred 94 lioek Island Co 32 do preferred 63 St. Louis and San Fran 2d pfd.. 42 St. Louis Southwestern 31 do preferred 68 Sloss Sheffield Steel and Iron.. 49 Houthern Pacific , . . .- 118 Southern Hallway 29 do preferred 67 Tennessee Copper 3S Texas and Pacific 27 Toledo, St. Louis and West 22 do preferred 60 Fnlon Pacific 184 do preferred 91 1'nlted States Itealty 78 F lilted States Rubber 41 United States Steel 78 do preferred 118 ''tab Copper . , 48 Virginia Carolina Chemical .... 60 Wabash 18 do preferred 37 Western Maryland .... 61 Westlushouse L'loctrlc 78 Western Union S2 Wheeling auj lke Kilo 4 Lehigh Vail Total subs, 2S3.700 shares. The bond market was irregular. To tal sales, par value, $2,002,000. United States bonds were unchang ed. Boston Mining Stocks. Alloues Amalgamated Copper Am. Zinc, Lead and Sm Arizona Commcrcla! Atlantic Bos. and Corb Cop. and S1I. Mg. llutte Coalition Calumet und Arizona Calumet and Heela Centennial 31 7 28 17 U 15 ia 58 465 12 62 12 10 35 7 1-18 . 3 3 6 . 3 , 32 . 20 , 45 , 19 , 10 . 34 K 7 4 .100 . 12 . 70 . 11 .33 . . 1 . 3G . 36 . 47 . 15 . 4S . 8 .110 Copper Jtange Con. Co, East Hutle Cop Mine 5" Franklin Giroux Consolidated Grunby Consolidated Greene Cananea ......... Isle lloyalle (Copper Kerr Lake I.ake Copper La Salle Copper Miami Copper Mohawk t Nevada Consolidated .... Nipissing Mines North Butte North Lako Old Dominion Osceola Parrott Silver and Cop.) Qulucy Shannon Superior Superior and Boston Min. Superior and Pitts Cop . . Tamarack U. S. Sm. Hef. and Min.. do preferred Utah Consolidated Utah Copper Co Winona (asked) ,. . . Wolverine Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, May 29. Violent upward leaps of tho May wheat price today resulted from the. timidity of smu'ier shorts. A group of such traders to ing to escape a possible squeeze at the end of the month became bo alarmed that they bid as high as $1.03 1-8 a bushel before they could obtain property which sold Snturday at 99 3-4c. New crop months, however, were weak an 1 closed at a net loss of 3-4 7-3 to 1-.;. Corn finished with a decline of l-'Jfii 2 l-8c; oats off 1-4 Si) 3-8 to l-2c, and provisions unchanged to 7 l-2c down. May wheat held stubbornly near the top point of the session, final s.i!es being at $1.03, a net advance of 3 l-4c. July wheat ranged from 88 1-2 to 89 l-8c and closed 3-47-Sc doA-ri at 88 3-4c. .. . t , : ' ' Ilalny weather and large consign ments' made corn weak. May going at one tim0 2 l-4e muter the closo of Saturday; July fluctuated between 52 7-8 and 53 l-2c, and in the end was 52 7-8S53C, a net decline of 7-8fale. (.'ash grades were weak. No. 2 yellow finished at 53 3-454c. Oood crop reports turned oats down ward. July varied from 35 1-8 to 35 6-8c and closed 3-8W l-2c off at 35 3-8c. Prospects of a heavier run of ho;;s this week brought about an easy feel ing in provisions. When the pit was cleared pork was C to 7 l-2c lower; lard unchanged to 10c off. and ribs the same as Saturday night, to 7 l-2c decline. St. Louis Wool. St, Louis, May 29. Wool, uiicliang od; medium grades, combing and clothing, 6ira18c; light, line, 15'u lUc; heavy, fine, 12 14c; tub washed, 16 2 8c. Xew York Exchange. Chicago, Alay 29 Exchange on New 20c premium. The Metal Markets New York, .May 29. .Standard cop per dull; spot, May. Juno. July utd A.im.st tl i.70i' 12.00. London steady; spot, 55; futures, 55, 12s. 6d. Custom house returns snow exports ui i-uim so far this month of 23,926 tons; lake copper, $12.25falZ.u; eiectroiyuc, $12.12 1-2W12.37 1-z; casting, an.oi 1-213.1$ .1-2- Lead, dull: $1.40 4.50 New York; $4.20 4.25 East St. Louis. London, 13. is. 3d. Spelter, dull; $5.8. 0 5.40 New York!' $5.20W5.S5 East St I.ouls. London, 24, 10s. Antimony, Cookson's, $9.004r.2!. Silver, 53 1-8; Mexican dollars, 432. " St. ots WW St. Louis. May 29. Lead, lower; $4.20. Spelter, weak; $5.20. The Livestock Markets. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City. May . Cattle Tie ceipts, 14,000; market steady to 10c lower. Native fteers. $5.25(u 6.15; .xiih.n afr.era 1 4.35 fit 5.601 southern cows and heifers. $3.00 fi 4.50; native! cows and heifers. $3.00 .; stncn ers and feeders, $4.75 ii 5.65; bulls. $4.O0(m5.5O; calves, $4.500 5.73; west ern steers. $4.75(ff 5.90; western cows, $3.00fr5.O0. Hogg Receipts, 11,000; market steadv. Hulk of sales, S.00r 6.10: heavv, $5.95ii 6.05; puckers and butchers, $6.006.10; light, $.00r,i 6.. 15. , Sheep Keceipts. 13.000; market in i,nv,.r fnitons. 14.0O(&8 00; lambs $.00 7.25; fed wethers and yearlings $4.25 '6.00; fed western ewes, $l,00fr 4.50. Cldittgo Mve fctock. Chicago, May 29. Cattle lleeelpls, 22,000; market slow nnd steady. Iieevts, $6.15(6.40; Texas steers. $4. 605.55; western steers, $ 4 . (' 0 fit 5.40; stockers and feeders, $3.90(5.70; cows and heifers, $2.40V5.7fi; calves, $5. 20 'is 7.75. IIcirs Ueeelpts. SS.OtHi; market slow. Light. $.'i.S0H.2fl; mixed, $5. Suiff6.li;; h-.tjvy, $5,S0t6.o7 1-2; IF FOR SALE $5500 2-story modern brick; liune mcnt, furnace heat; 2 blocks trom Central in Highlands; 8 rooms, hall, sleeping porches; one block from car line. $5000 7 -room brick, east front; strictly modem; good barn, etc; lot 75 X142 feet; on car line In Fourth ward. Terms. $630.00 Two corner lots, 50x142; south front, Perea addition; with three room house and outbuildings. Lots alone are worth this price. $21no Good four-room cottage, modern and newly paLnted. Fourth ward; east front; easy terms. $3650 6-room modern pressed brick; gas, etc; corner lot, east front; Highlands, close. In, on ear line. $630 60x142 on West Silver avc. This price should cell this lot tpiiek. $4800 Improved ranch, 18 acres, 6-room house, screen porches, out buildings, cellar, chicken yard; 6 acres alfalfa; 110 young fruit trees, all bear ing; land all under cultivation; on two main ditches; two miles from city on Fourth street. $3500 6-room modern brick, High lands, close to Central; 50 ft. lot, walks, Bcreen porches, cellar. Cash or terms. JOIIX M. SIOOI5E TIEALTY a). F1KK INSl llAXCK, KKAL ESTATE, LOANS AND AHSTHACTS. 114 Went tlold Ave. 1'houe 10. rough, $5.0(-!'5.80; good to choice, heavy, $5.80Si 6.07 1-2; pigs, $5.S05i 6.15- bulk of gales. $6.00 ft 6.10. Sheep Receipts, 25.000; market weak, dative, $3.50(ji 4.U0; westerns, $3.76 5.10; yearlings, $4.75 6.85; lambs, native, $4.75 (5 6.85; western, $5.757.10. E (Yaqui Indian, in Attempt on Life Of Mistress, Fires Deadly Shot Into Body of Wrong Woman, Prcscott. Ariz., May 29. Friday morning at 1:30 o'clock, at Hillside Station, on tlm S. F., P. & P. railroad, a dastardly attempt at assassination was made by a Yaqui Imlim, with his mistress vt ths intended victim, but which unfortunately resulted In an In nocent woman receiving wounds that nro believed to be fatal. Tho shooter Is named Louis A I bare, and his vie. tlm Is Mrs. K. liodriguez, who, with her husband, has been residing at that place, where he has been employed on the railroad section gang. That the would-be murdered had carefully lalo his plans for tho wilful destruction of the life of li's mistress, appears from tho statement made last evening by Hodrlguet, in substance, as follows: Albarez was rejected by tho woman Willi,, both were residing at Kore pnutrh, on the A. & C. railroad, and about two weeks ago who left him, coming to Hillside, whore she was furnished shelter by Mrs. Rodriguez. Sho Informed her husband that they were not married, and she was cared for until work could bo secured. As certaining where the woman xitvs lo cated, Albaress adopted the dark of tho night to accomplish his object. With a companion he came to tho station nnd was informed that tho woman was In a certain room of the building. He entered the room, aurt without any warning, raised bis Win chester to his shoulder and fired at the sleeping form in thu bed, shoot ing twice, as (piick as a flash, and within a few feet of Mrs, ltodriguc. Ho then retreated Into the d irk, and has evidently made his escipe. The awful deed was instantly realized by Mr. Podrlguee who jumped to hi feet and was in a dazed condition for several minutes afterward, until the motive was made known. Hus hand and wlfo were asleep In the same bed, and it Is supposed Al bare mistook ono of the two forms In the bed as the one of his former mistress. The Jntended victim, how ever, was in another part of the building, and was immediately In the room after the assassin left. She reullzart what the motive was, and gave the alarm which attracted the neighbors to the scene, i An examination of the wounds In flicted on Mrs. Kodriguez shows that one bullet passed through her left chest and penetrated tho lung, com ing out through the back. The other bullet entered her left shoulder. In flicting an ugly but not dangerous wound. The rifle used by Alhirer wns of ,44 calibre. Jt Is believed that tlm woman is mortally wounded and In order to afford her every comfort and surgical attention possible, she was brouRht to tho city yesterday after noon, accompanied by her husband. , Albarei, It Is believed, is being shielded bv friends, for since ho at. tempted to kill the woman, not n trace of his whereabouts has been learned. Deputy Sheriffs Joo Young and Ed. Tovera are searching for him, and bis capture, it Is believed, will be CHIEF ELECTRICIAN OF ARIZONA POWER COMPANY KILLED BY ELECTROCUTION Prescult. Ariz.. Mav 29. Melbourne A. lilxsby. chief electrician of the Arizona Power company, was acci dentally killed, last nli-bl ut 6;50 o'clock, at 111., siib-ytitiim pi. nit In West Prcscott, when a current of dec. triclty. cslliiiiitiiil at 4ii,000 volts, pnsi od through his body, death - resulting Instantly. An near as can be b-aitierl the sud affair was occ-ihIoiuuI by up fin really a moment of carclesnnoss on the pst't of thli usually careful oper- MURDER IN YAVAPAI iraai w am: (Loiuirrais YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL FERSONAL PROPERTY LOAN? MO.NfcY TO LOAM. Oa Purnttur. Flam Orni.ni, Hera. Wif o od cither l"h(te!, i.to on RtlarlM nd WiratiijUM Hclpn. u low n 1 10 ou and hlrftl 1150.00. Lot oi r quick I; mad and airlctlr prlvat. Tltua or munth to na rr given, enodt tu rmln id joar poaatwiun. Our rataa ar rraaonabt. Call and aa ua betor borrowing. Staamihlp Upkaia to and from all parte of tha world. IHM HUIHEUOIO LOAN avma ami t, 4) rant Blag, PKIVATB OKKll-KS, OrBN ICVKNi.NUH. WH WX tnlrl FOR SALE $2100 5-room brick, bath, cement walk, corner lot. Highlands, close in; $700 cash, balance 8 per cent. $50(1 3-room frame, lot 60x142, B. Arno st.; good well. $2700 6-room double brick, High- I lands, close in; Tent $J0; $ . 00 cash, balance 8 per cent. 4000 5-room bungalow, modern, furnace, sidewalks, lawn, trees, North 12th st. $2000- t -room brick, modern lawn, trees, corner lot, Fourth ward $3650 6-room' brick, well built hot water heat, corner lot, on car Un $1500 cash, balance 8 per cent. I3J00 6-room brick, modern, hardwood floors, a nice home; High lands. $900 4 -room frame, large lot, shade, near shops; terms. MOXE TO LOAX. FIKE INSURANCE. A. FLEISCHER III South Fnnrth Stree Prions 7I. Next to Ne-v rostofflo $1.25 PEH VVOHD Inserts cmaslfler ads. in 36 leading papers Id tri ll. S. Bend for list. Th Oak Ad vertislng Agency, 432 S. Main St., Lot Angeles, or 12 Oeary St.. dan Fran elscn t'OH itKNT Furnisher rooms; also for light housekeeping. 820 South Third. B'OH KENT Nicely furnisucd house on West Ttjents ave.. after June 1, no Invalids. Inquire, ut 115 W. Central nhone' 84 5. 'PARCEL: DELIVERY" WANTED Parcels to deliver. Two years in the businens. Two wagons Albuquerque Parcel -Delivery. - Phone f-'-:--- ' WANTED Saiesmnn" Agents WANTED AT ll.Nl'K-A few live, wide awake ngents to represent the world's largest Accident and Health Insurance Company n New Mexico and Arizona. .Splendid commissions and excellent contracts, to right par ties. A few exeluiilTO contracts open In eight of the Jilrf ."at towns, for ex perienced agents V.hn arc responslbl Apply - imrni diately, to Continental Casualty Company, lama Htrkkter Hullding. Albuquerque, X. M. A. W Hikker, Jr., niunagct. WANTED--Rooms W ANTE I )i Th rce . ,u'. more light houseko-ing ro-i)kr for summer, No childrttn and no.siek. Address 7.. X. csre Journal. ' WANTED Real Estate WANTED A four or five room house on easy payments, closo In. State lo cation. No agents or fancy prices, P. O. Tb.x 87. JVIESNGEIr yuItn?7ATTcTin71clvery and Mess engers. Phones 501-502. Prompt service. LOST LOST Hreast cellar traces. Phone 671. mid W. J pair of Hyde. 1.U.ST On Monday evening lit 7 p. m. on or near South liroadwuy, a black hand-bag roiibiinlng money, keys and loiters, Letters addressed to P. U. Dux 309 or 695. Leave at Morning Jour nal office. Howard. ator. llJ ascntuliil the top of the building, with llury Kmlth, his as sistant, to perforin some work on the lightning arresters " top of tho sub station, Hnd was preparing to recharge the set thut had been out of comtnla slon since the line trouble) of Thurs day. Ho had In lils hand at thu time, a few feet of wire to make the desir ed connection between the two arrest ers, and it in supposed that one end of the tiiro came In contact with the live sldo of the arrester, when the henvy voltage entered his body. Immediate ly after tlie contact ho dropped to tho roof, a corpse. An examination of body pliowed tlmt lie was burned on both hands, while Ills feet also show ed that tho current reached them, scorching his stockings. Around lib' neck were, bonis plainly Indicating that every portion of bis body receiv ed the awful impact of the terrific voltage. nvi AunMAwe nrMAfun i uaunl iwlVlfifiv UL-iiinmu RESIGNATION OF MAYOR Oklahoma Cllv, oklii,, M iy 29. Following a meeting ben. today nioro than 1,000 men marched to thf city hall and domninlcd the resignation of Mayor I-nckey, who, with the city council has refused t- vacate his oftb-j In fnvor of the net. ly elected mayor and thfi ,-lty eoimnlfHoiiors. A message from Whit M. (Iriilit. the succefisfiil mayoralty t (iliiliilate In the recent election ni-kiiig the crowd ' await the tlccihien of t lie courts, brought an end b the disturbance. Hot-nil Petition Kt-cnlleil. Pittsburg, Kim., May '29. Petition.--rturted hist week l"i' tin- rec-tll f M.I) or A. ('. Onivcs were cancelled to ilny V hen the mayor promised to ilis t harg,. (he new police force and tip point a- 0'.w civil service commission. The ro, tulHsloiv-rs were Inrlinled In the recull pelllluii.i and they today concurred i . the major's decision l-i meot thu don uini.t upon him. '-r-r4l4"r4 Look Well at This S-room modern house, east front, fine lnuu and tree; good location; lot worth $1000; would cost $3000 to build the house; owner must leave and this is u snap for $2500. Como quick. F1HK lNSt'llAXCi: LOANS Portcrficld Company f 218 W est Gold. .184.108.40.206-44"t---4"l-M"l"(-'l-t"l-ff4-4-l-( (Ull KENT saoliar) ul modern rooms Hlo Grande, til W. Central Fd H KENT Nicety furnished rooms ell modern. No sick taken, 603 1-2 West Central. FOU KENT Nice furnished front room In private family. No sick. 723 W. Cupper Ave. FURNISHED rooms for reiitf no fctcK taken. 522 Wost U-ad ave. FOR RENT To lady employed nice ly furnished front room with large closet in modern home. No other roomers and no children. Phone 1530, 502 N. Fourth St. - ' FOR RENT Kooins and Unlit house keeping rooms; modern. Westmin ster. lull KENT Rooms lor housekeep ing. Cull at revr of 524 West Cen tral avenue. FOHllEVr Cool", well ventilated rooms, special rates for summer, by week or month. Hotel Cralge, New management. C. V. Alspach, prop, FOR KENT Furnished rooms by day, week or month; also for light housekeeping. Modern; near cur lino. 305 N. H road way. WANTED Competent girl for gen eral housework and cooking. Apply 623 W, Copper. WANTED At once, competent wo man for general housework. Apply 212 W. Coal Ave. WANTED A dining room Kr, Apply at Home Restaurant, No. 205 West Hold Ave. WANTED (Jill to du general house work, two In family. Cull ut 611 East Central upstairs. WANTED Competent dressmaker and fitter fir good lz country store; several months' work walling and permanent position if work Manu factory. Salary or piece work as pre ferred. Address llox 144, care Morn lllg Jotll'lllll. HELP WANTED Male WANTED A man lor general dairy work, 11102 N. 4th. MEN WANTDD APPLY 521 N. MXOM. 1 track foreman, (150.00 a mouth. Knowledge of Spnnlhh preferred. 2 A I mill weights, $4.00 per day. 4 lumber graders, tl.OO per day, 2 commissary clerks, $75.00 per month to start. Knowledge of Span-l.-li preferred. 3 timekeepers, $75.00 per month to start. Knowledge of Spanish preferred. .'I idgeineli, 4.00 per day. 2 Tillers, siii-Ii and door men, $3.50 per day. COLBURN'S EMPLOYMENT 210 W. Silver Phone 354 WANTED -At nine, stable mall, la bc rers and bouse carpenters. FOR SALE Lives:TocV, poultry FOR HALE Two hundred oung laying hens; spring chickens: and heng with baby chicks, lllghlund Livery Stable. 112 ,lohnsSt. l-'Olt SALE, CHEAP I span match ed ponies, color black; also harness and trap. Phone 111. 415 H. Illc;li St. , FOR SALE tilt '1'RADE "-it horses, harness, wagon for furniture; one Is u splendid saddle, pony. 405 Mouth Fi rst St. FOR SALE Team, camp wagon and harness. 200 North Uroiid wny. Pence Wagon Yard. FOR SALE K.gus, from the finest chickens In town, Huff Leghorns and Rhode Islnnd Reds, $1,00 per 16 eggs; If shipped, (1.50 per 15 eggs. J. V. Allfr, 102S, N. Sth St., Albu querque, N. M. Eggs delivered. WANTED Position by Al saleswo man. A, H. C earn Journal. There are two Airdomn Hcket.i (it JouriVil for C. L. Fllnn, H. 3rd. Call today. PRACTICAL Nl'RSE Phone 1257. TAILORING AND CLEANING The'frMiptjrytlve 'i' llors," exper ienced tailors and cleaners, 204 S, 3d St., near Cold ave., tailoring, cleaning nd pressing at reesoneble rates. '"WANTED MisfJenaneouiT" WAITED :i-a?i cotton ra at ,c pounit st the jtiirnniorriee. WANTEI" - (b ntle horse, about 00 lbs. 1 Ifi N tit li St. 'ANTED - -i .it ti ii tl v to do nl home or will xo mil by the (lay. Call or ad dress N00 N, Mil stL WANTE' A loan on' oml Imimiios properly, $IJ.noti. i'. o. Hox i:. Albmiio-rqiie, N. M. WX.NfllD Vu'ng man and wile lo oci'itpy 4-roto modern bouse dur l ig sumipei niuuths. Call in Hi 4 S. Eilith !. i'ASTl'RE your tinrses wheln oil can see them every dHy. Apply In A, Chauvin, 114 bouth Third. .ST0RAGE WANTED Pianos, household goods, etc., stored safely at reasonable rstes. Advances made. Phone 640. The Security Warehouse and Improve ment Co. Offices, rooms S and 4. Grant block. Third street soil Cen tral svenu. JFOR SALEReal Estatt ILL TIDI 20 a r.-s guild land mostly In alfalfa, with two ItnuK.-H anil outbuildings, lll trail, t,ir cltv property. Mct l l (;il DI XTKK. 319 West Central. Fol; SALt' Fuiir-rooin cottage with itty water and stone foundation, on 50 foot corner lot. Price. 0S5. It Is seldom a chance to own as good a homo at ns low a price Is offered, llctter grusp this opportunity while you liiuv. Today is tbo time. HlNSAUK.Ktf TIIWTON. 201 (intil Ave. l'o: SALE New house In best resi dence section; no cash; straight mouthy payments. FOR RENT New "-room house on North K'lh St. Three choice housekeeping rooms on W, Central. HOME REALTY CO. Phono 1002 103 XV. Cent nil "puujo iaxi sc'isir. Scrip will puss title to government land without settlement, residence or cultivation. Title to unsurveyed land cannot be procured In any other manner. Uy use of scrip costly, tn dlous nnd dangerous contests may be averted. Wrlk today for full partic ulars. Fen S, Hlldreth, 211) Flem ing building, Phoenix, Ariz. FOR SALE Finest 20-acre ranch in 1 Hlo (.irunde valley, one mile west of bridge on mult) ditch; brand new concrete block house with large screened sleeping back porch; good, big barn, chicken house, adobe milk house, etc. Ten acres 111 oats nnd al falfa and ten acres In beans, sugar corn, cantaloupes, watermelons, gar den truck and cane, all growing nl ly. This Is one of the best ranches and finest location near the city. In American noUhborhood. All '-ropi go with the deal. See owner, H, A, Kelsev, on premises, or C. K. Kelscy. room "lS Whiting lildg. Phone 1171. " FOR SALE--Misceiianeous FtMrrTY"TKTNTTTr"iso(Hl wines for family use cull C. A. Gmnile. Phone 702. orders delivered to any house tn city, prices niooeiuie j 7 0.00 dTaMOND iTng tor sale fot 45. Address E. F., care .Touriml, FOR SALE Secoud-haiiii bicycle, MxlO tcut 60', N,2d rit: FOU HALE Hoarding and rooming house;' good proposition. i07 H.o. 2nd St. ' FOR RENT Owellinqs FOR RENT 5-room completely fur nlshetl house, gas range, bath, mod ern, 4 blocks from postofflcc. Inquire .10 W. Central nviv FOR RENT 5-room house, furnish- til. Apply 207 W. tiold avenue; Tht'niarottvi7 Pastime tlek.-is ut Journal for N. Urcen, 415 N. Dili. Cull today. FOR RENT Two-room furnished cottago, with sleeping porch; $H per moiith. Apply 310 8. Walter. FOR RENT Furnished, 7-room brick, modern, -104 South Drond- wsy, W. P. Meteaif, 321 Hold ve. Fol t 1 ! E N T A ft erJ uiu' ITt'lm store room occupied by F. ll. Pratt's gro cery ou Second street. Apply to K. L M. tiler FoR REXT Furnished home: very reasonable. Inquire at 114 S. Sev enth St., or photic 1 170. FOU Jtl.NT. $20.00 5-room brick, one block from Central Highlands. $25.011 7-room modern brick, Highlands, close in. $30. (mi S-room modern, on West Slhcr; lawn, screen, porch, etc. JOHN M. MOOHF REALTY CO. 211 W. t.ol.l Ate. FOR RENT Foui -room newly fur nished brick; bath, itas raiiKo; mod ern. Inquire The Leader, 311 West Central. FOR RENT Collates. 2 to 6 rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply W- Y; Fulrt-lle. 510K' HecoilJ fc'l. FOR. HRNT New tlileo-rooin cot tittfe. furnished; sleeping porch; on cm- line. Enquire 12N S. Edith. FOR It KNT 1 00 f N4 1 hs""5ro7i"i modern brick collage; screened und shaded porches; apple trees, rrtiiKc connected, window shinies, water paid; $22.50 per month. Inquire Otto DieckiTiun or Mrs. H. H. Tllton, 1015 N. 4th st. DAILY MAIL SERVICE ANn HTA(tK For the famous Hot Sprlntta of Jemn, N. M. Leaves Albuquerque P. O. every rooming; at 6 n. in. Tickets solit nt A'nlo Pros, H07 North Klrwt etree flAVrxa GARCIA, Proprietor and Mall Contractor. F. O. Hot 64. 1301 flout h Arno street ' fHE WM. FARM COMPANY Wholesale and retell dealers In Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausages a Specialty For cattle and hogs the biggest mar ket prices ere paid. for'sale furniVurf" For HALE New" rurnlluro for tbree roorn house; cheap If taken nt once, ('ail iiiornltics, 417 N. Seventh. I'O R S A I, K ( i'ol". I eiM lii'k i I r. shc r,bii by ' currlugo, btiso butttei-, air blast beiitei- ;a u good collodion. H-J W, Marquette, 1'bone I HIT-. FOR HALE Very cheap, new rniiHe, kitchen cabinet, sewing machine, owner leaving town. 210 S. tith Kt. Phone H.'tl. HOUSE CLEANING FOR general iiotiNo-clcaulug anil stove repairing, call phono 770. J II. AleMitiiler, 517 W. Sliver live. CARPENTERS ( 'arpenler. M. ,). Walker. Cull phone I'JIU, PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS H. W. D. bKXAN AttorBy-at-l4tir, Office In First National Hank Built in. Albuquerque, N. M JOllif W. W1L80N Attorney-at-Ijiw. Rooms 15-17-19 Cromwell Bid. Res. Phon 1467. Office Phone 1171 (ilX)K(.lj; 6. KMiCR Attorney. Reoms 8-. Ptera Block. Albuquerque. American Snretjr Bonds. DENTISTS DR. J. E. KRAFT Dental Surgeon. Rooms 1-8. Harnett HulHsnf. Phoes T4 4 A"P'ttnmenfs nutria tw mall PHYSfCjUWS A ND SURG EONS JOIIX J. MOKAX, M. D. ' Plume MET. Rooms il nnd 2.1 Harnett nuflrlliut bit. CHAN. A. FRANK lr, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Harnett Hldg, Phono 1071 aia mT cTievaiiXTkk, m. t Practlco limited to Diseases of Women and Obstetrics. Consulta tions: g to 1A a. m., 1 to 3:30 p. m. 619 West Oold Ave. Phone 34 2, A. U. SHORT EL, M. D Practice Limited to Tuberculoid. Hours: 10 to It. Room H-B-ln fHnf Nat'l. Wank IIi7 HOni RT SMART Ttihcrt-iilosls ltlMlllia 1 mill Whillil.r It.ill.ll.iCT Hours! Ill (o I nml 2 to i Tel. 9IH. JOHN S. MASON, M. D. DKoasos of Women Suite II. (;nmt Itlock unit Cblldren. Phono IDS. SOLOMON L, m i;TO M.l. Pliwlclnu and Suraeoil. Suite 9, Burnett nuig. )R.oiarij;s Ki:r.sirv " Dentist. Whiting Rlil-;., Albuquerque. V. G. Ml DK.CII, M. I). . SiM-clniist Myc, i:ur, Nose and Throat. OFI'ICF W1UTIXO HIX1CK ARTHUR WALKER i-iro liiNiiruncc, StHTctnry Sltittml lliillillng Association. Phono 595, 2l7!a West Central Avenue. AUCTIONEERS J. M. KOI. 1,1; Hondcd Auctloiieor. Ill West Hold Ave. Sales' of Furniture, Slocks, Real f lstnte, In or out of town, EUper leiicwl. PlgmNt returns. W. A. G0FF CARPET CLEANING Phone 568 205 E. Central Ave. Advertisers: Tho fcront slate ot North Dakota offers unlimited oppor portunlties for business to classified advertisers. The rocognlited adver tising medium la tho Fnrgo Dally and Sunday Courier-News, the only seven day paper tn tho stato and the paper which rnrrlcs the largest amount of classified advertising. The Courier-News covers North DakoU IIUo a blanket; reaching all parts of th0 statu the tlnv of publication; It IS tho puper to ubij In order to get re sults; rates ono cent per word flrtt Insertion, onn-h ilf cent per word suc ceeding Insertion; fifty cents per line per month. Address Tho Courier News. Fnrgo, N. 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