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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL'. SATURDAY, JUNE 10. 1911.
r FINANCE ID GOHRGE The Joiarnal Want Column IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL Boston Mining Stocks. SB 300303X3 Wait Street. Nv- York, June 9. Conspicuous nivements In stocks today were eon to a few isfue. most of which j,.ue ren prominent for some time on account of thtir strength. Tne bear party which has been un M.uallv aggressive- at times, of lato and with indifferent success, made a few attempts today to depress prices, but the market displayed sufficient .'treiiuth to meet these attacks easily. The cliief points of strength in the market were Canadian Pacific, which advanced 2 3-8 to 242 1-4. a! new rush record; the Eries. Tennessee Copper and a 'number of specialties suoh as American Reft Sugar, Westinghouse vlectric, Western V'nlon and Sears Koebm'k. All of these issues g lined a point or more. Erie common rose tl) the liiKheft point reached in a ytar ur more- The sluggishness of stocks diverted jmeeiilative interest into the hond mar jt, which exhibited the greater rela tive activity. Law transactions oc ,.urred in New York City 4 l-4s, Atchison convertibles, Wabash, Pitts twrg certificates and local traction snurities. The statement of condition of Na tional banks, to be'mado as a result of today's call of the comptroller of the currency, is expected to disclose ceneflitly favorable conditions. ' ' Known movements of money for the' tvtek Indicated a considerable Raid in i,ash b.v the banks, more than $9,01)0, Slid having been received from the In terior as auainst a loss of more than Il,ouo!ofl0 to the nub-treasury .mil shipments of $l.(l(i0.on0 to Canada. I'losiia' stocks: AHIs Chalmers pfd 30 33 Amalgamated Copper American Agricultural GSty American lieet Sugar 64 ?4 American Can . ,1 1 V American Car & Foundry 86 American Cotton (HI &3 Vi American Hide & Leather pfd 24 American Ice Securities "0 Wi American Linseed 1H4 American Locomotive 41 American Smelting Alt Ref'g .. 81V4 do pfd lOGVi Am. .teel Foundry's 41 American Sugar Refining 120V4 American Tel. & Til 1514 American Tobacco, pfd Dfi'i American Woolen ; 33 Anaconda Mining Co 39 4 Atchison 11 514 do pfd 105 Atlantl.' Coast Line 129 '4 Haltlmore & Ohio 107 Bethlehem Steel 3 2 Ml Brooklyn Rapid Transit S 1 Vi Canadian Pacific 242 Onirul Leather 31 H do pfd 102 Central of New Jersey . . . 2S0Cn. 290 ChfUipcuke & Ohio 84 Chicago & Alton . ...... 27 80 Chicago Great Western 24 & do pfd 4 5 Chicago & North Western 149 Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul 129 C, C, C. & St. Louis .. 58 ,(? 61 Colorado Fuel & Iron 84 Vi Colorado & Southern 5414 Consolidated Oas 117 Corn Products 15 Delaware & Hudson 172 Denver & Rio (Jrande 29 do pfd 65 Dinners' Securities 37 Erie 36 do 1st pfd 56 !4 do 2nd pfd 46 General Electric 102 Great Northern pfd 139M. Great Northern Ore Ctfs 62 's Illinois Central 149 lnterboroUKh-Met . . . .' 19!i do jifd 53 Inter Harvester 124 lnter-Marlne. pfd 1714 International Paper , 1 L International Pump 42 Iowa Central IS Kansas City Southern 35', a do pfd 68 Laclede Gas . 107 U Louisvill,. & Nashville 151V Minneapolis & St. Louis 30 Minn., St. p. & sault Ste. M.. 1387 Missouri, Kansas & Texas 36 '4 do pfd G7 Missouri Paciric 51 National Iliscuit 134 National Lead S5t4 Nut'l llys. of Mexico 2nd pfd... 30 New York Central 110 U Nw York, Ontario & West n 44 Norfolk & Western 108 Nrth American . . 75 Vi Northern Pacific 136 Pailic Mail . 2f,4 Pennsylvania . . 124 ""Pie's C,ms . ' , :.10fi Pittsburg. C. C. & st. Louis 92 W 95 Pittsburg Co Wd .steel car 36 Pullman p,,),,,.,, c.. ,6I, Knilway stee Spring 36 KfiHiitiK 159 "''Public steel . '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 30 Vi An Pfd 94 Tt ll Island Qo 33 Vi OO Hill .r b piii "'1.0U1S Sun WV., 9r..l ..r.l 111 ""IS Xun Prim 9n.l i.f.l L"uis Knuthwestern ', 'In pfd . . . f sl'"fncid .sVeei 'anil' Iron", ""thorn Pacific . 1U 7 32 69 40 120 luiunajr .111 ur it v T:'U ' ' 70 ''nnessee copper 40"i & I'aclflo 29,4 '"Mo, St. T .l.Im a it ., , ia pfd 60 Vi 1N6',j 94 'tt l'.uifi,. , ,,,, ,. 1,0 I'f'l ... 1 tiled Si:,... i,.,'..'.' I nU " " uuy I 't ' Mod States Rubber 4l 1 mtwl u . 7 T'.i - ' '.lies Meet 7 7 '4 v Vi 'L1" f 47 biish ''"'"""a ('lu;ml,i r "4 a.. . .: ' n te"vinn;i-:-:::::::::: !!5 ""Miouse Klectrlc 7 r""1-" fnl.m fe" Lake Erie r hJ-- n 75V4 M4 4 ,1.. --, . I i M ,,..f"l's for the day 329.200 shares. ""ni w . . Him, 7 "' 1 mh' l,nr i. : -.'-o.iiiiu. "lie, fl Ulnl. l to on can """" ww nnchang- SI . 67 28 17U 5 . 14 19 Vi 61 470 12 604 13 13 6 3S 1 174 5 4 20 '4 4S 19 10 35 8 46 ioo 12 71 11 33 6 17Vi 36 37 4S 'lS 47 S 112 Greene Cananen Isle Royalle (Copper) . Kerr Luke La Salle Copper Miami Copper Mohawk Nevada Consolidated . . Nipissing Mines North Butte North Lake Old Dominion Osceola ... . Parrot t (Silver $ Cop.) Qtiincy Shannon Superior Superior & Huston Min Superior & Pitts. Cop . Tamarack l?. H. Sm. ltef. & Miri '. . . do pfd . L'tah Consolidated Utah Copper Co .71 j Winona w oiverino . . Chicago Board of Trade. Cliitano, June 9 Hot weather darn age in Kan? ts, Nebraska and other states almost monopolized the atten tion of wheat traders today. In con sequence, the closing tone was strong at r. net advancp of 14 fi' 3-8 to 1-2W 5-Sc. Other leading staples, too, all showed substantial gains over last night corn 1 to 1 l-4c; oats, 1 1-4 to l l-2c, and provisions from 17 1-2 to nearly 1-2 a dollar. July ranged from 90 7-8 To 92 l-8o, and In the end was 1-2QS-8C up at 92o. Tbo wind-up for the day in 'corn was ut the highest point of the sea son. From the start the market wat affected by reports of material dam ago In Texas and by the oftlciul fore cast ( f continued hut weather for s'ev. eral days. July fluctuated between 54 3-4e and 55 5-8c, closing firm lc net higher at 55 l-2c. Cash grides were in moderate demand. No, 2 yellow closed at 55 ?0 55 l-2e. Allegations that the high winds and Intense heat were firing tho oats crop In Nebraska and elsewhere made the market for that cereal strong. De cember oaU roared above, the 40e. level for the lirst time In months for any delivery. High and low points for July were. 38 l-4c, a rise of j. 1 -4c over last night. An Idea that the hot wave would necessarily decrease the marketing of hogs was responsible for most of the advance In provisions. When the pit was cleared pork was up 45 to 47 l-2c, bird was dearer 17 1-2 Se 20c and ribs 22 1-2 iff 25 to 30c. St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, June 9. Wool, unchang ed; medium grades combing and clothing, lSliS!21c; light 17W18 l-2o; fine, 1516c; tub washed, 25 Sic. New York Exclinnse. Chicago, June 9 Kxchange of New York, 25c premium. The Metal Markets. New York, June 9. Standard cop per, dull; spot, June, July, August and September, $11.85 12.05. London steady; spot, i55, 10s; futures, 56, Is, 3d. Arrivals reported at New York today, 255 tons. Custom house returns show exports of 8,061 tons so far this month. Lake copper, $12.25 12.50; electrolytic. $ 1 2.25 fi 1 2.37 1-2, nnd casting, $11.87 -2iH2.12 1-2. Lead, dull; $4.40(& 4.50, New York; $4. IT 1-2W4.22 1-2 Kust St. Louis. London, 13, 3s, 9d. Spelter, . steady; $5.35fi'5.40 Ner York; $5.20i 5.30 Kust -St. Louis. Um don, 24, 12s, 6d. , Antimony, dull; Cookson's, $9.00. Silver,. 63; Mexicau dollars, 45c. St. Louis Spelter. St. Louis, June. 9. Lead, steady; $4.22 1-2. ' Spelter, steady; $5.25. The Livestock Markets. Kansas City Livestock. Chicago, June 9. Cattle Receipts, 1.500; market steady. lleevcs, $5.15 6.60J Texas steers, $4. 50 (a 5.75; western steers, $4.75fr G.G5; stockers and feeders, $.LK5 i 5.70; cows and heifers, $2.405.80; calves, $5.00 8,25. - , , IIokb . Uoceipts, 1 3,000; market 5c higher. Light. $3.95 ?i 6.30; mixed, $5,9016.30; heavy, $5.75 o 6.27 i-2; rough, $5.755.90; good to choice heavy, $5.9506.27 1-2; pigs, $5.60'-i 6.15: bnlk of sales, $.10W6.25. Sheep Receipts, 12,000; market slow. Native, $3.00 ifi' 4.60; west ern, $3.25(fi4.60; yearlings, $4.35i'5. 20; lambs, native, $4.251 6.65; west ern. $4.25fi6.90. Chicago Live fetoclc. Kansas City, June 8. Cattle Re ceipts, l,B0(l; market strong. Native steers. $5.00 U 6.35; southern steers, $4.OOfr5.G0; southern cows and heif ers, $3,00iii4.76; native cows and heif ers, $L'.75(U 6.15; stocker and feeders, $4.00r(.5.26; bulls, $.1.75 t 6.00; calves , $4.50 (ff 7.60; western steers, $4.75(!i 6.10; western cows, $3.00 4. 75. Hogs Receipt. 11,000; market 5 to 10c higher. Hulk of sales, $ti.U( 6.16; hcuvy, $(1,00 56.10; packer and butchers, $(i.00 Ut 8.1 5; light, $(l.l(i (& 6.20. Sheep Receipts,: O00; market steady to weak. Muttons, $3.60'() 4.00; j Allouez Amalgamated Copper Am'n Zinc L'ad & Sin Arizona Commercial Atlantic . - , Bos. & Curb Cop. & Sil. Ms.. Hiltte Coalition Calumet & Arizona Calumet & llecla Centennial Copper Range Con. Co East Butte Cop Mine Franklin Oiroux Consolidated Oranby Consolidated FOR SALE. J2300 5-room modern cottage. Fourth ward, east front, cement walks, lawn, shade, gas, large porch, etc. $3500 6-room modern brick, High lands, close to Central; 50 ft. lot, walks, screen porches, cellar. Cash or terms. J 5500 2-story modern brick, base, n.ent, furnace heat; 2 blocks from Central in Highlands; 8 rooms, hall, sleeping porches; one block from car line. $5,000 7-room brick, east front; strictly modern: god barn, etc.; lot 75x142 feet; on car line In Fourth ward. Terms. $2500 4-room and bath, two screen porches, cement walks, 50 foot lot, new house, well finished. This in cludes all furniture, gas range and extra electric light fixtures. Fourth ward. Terms. OT.flO Eight room, modern, cement block, close In, corner lot 50x150, ce ment walks, lawn, shade, steam heat, sleeping porch, shade. $3650 6-room modern pressed brick; giis, etc.; corner lot; east front; Highlands, close in, on car line. JOHN M. MOOilE RKALTY X. F1HE INSURANCE, HEAL ESTATE, LOANS AND ABSTRACTS. 114 ' ;oL Ave. Wione 10. lambs, $5.50 M 7.00; fed wethers and yearlings, $3.60ffi;4.60; fed westera ewn, $3.00 tic 3.60. Dun's Review. New York, June !). Dun's Weekly Review tomorrow will say: Such change as has taken place in business is for the better. Advance in confidence Is slow and the growth In activity slower, but both are ad vancing and growing. , Improvement in demand fcllowlng the recent cut In steel prices is not general. Activity in burs is in re sponse, to larger buying by agricul tural Implement maktrs and rail or d rs Are coming In freely. Several additional furnaces were blown out last rrymth. Current de ma nd reflects scant improvement, as the existing weakness In prices en courages buyers to hope Tor further concessions. Without sign of price weakness, cctton goods markets are quieter Mth jobbers still disinclined to anticipate in any active) way. The eonvorting and manufacturing trides have cov ered some part of their future re quirements, but curtailment of the iniit put is Increasing. In woolens and worsteds the attention of the trade Is focussed on the tariff discussion at Washington and trade is slow, .n The movement 4n footwmur Is- fair, (but not UP to expectations. The leather markets are stronger, tanners Insist ing upon an additional one-cent In crease in sole. Chrome side tipper stock and calfskins are selling well. Tho domestic lildo markets continue to advance. ' New York Cotton. New York. June 9. Cottin closed steady, net unchanged on August, but generally 9 to Vi points net higher. a " Boston Wool Market. Iloston, June 9. Tho Ccinmereinl Tlulletin will say of the wool market tomorrow: "Reports are conflicting this week, both as to tho amount of wool sold on the Hoston market und also as to the amount of wool purchused In the w:st. In lioston, some sale of new clip Nevadas and I'tahs have been made, reports Indicating about a mil lion pounds of each at prices ranging 50 to f.2c, clean basis. New Missouri wools are nlsq being offered at fair ly strong price;. "In the west," strong prices prevail, although no advances are named over lust week's quotations except In east ern Oregon at thu Shannlko sale. Mon tana Is still tlio principal - stamping ground at prices ranging from 18 50 19c. Some buying also Is being done In Texas. The' fleece wool sections are reported less active with the clip well out of grower's hands." Journal Want Ads Get Results . Dppft worry: CTF 167 ' T 11 U'l1 11 1' v h i' PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS On rnrattur. Plain. Orgnt, H-wi Won nd othr Chttl; aid on Ha!arit nd Warbu Halpta, a low at I to oo nd hlh a I1S0.M. lioana ra qua-klr mad and atrtctlj tirlrata. Tim nna munttt to n yar tn. Oioia to r.m.In la jm poMMatoa. Our raiaa ara raaaun.bl Call an ih H aafor aorrowlu-. diaanubiv Ufkata to ana from all prf f tha world TIMS HOlaKHOLU tOAS tOwl"4X, Biwum aa t, Mia., privatb orruicts. FOR SALE. 33200 7-room brick, modem, gocd shade, corner lot, V. Copper avenue; terms. .... $IS.1 4-room frame, lot moxnz, 8. A mo street; terms. 1500 3-room frame, lot iuxi4Z, b. Arno st.; good well. $2700 6-room double brick. High lands, closs In; rent $30; $700 cash, balance S per cent. 4000 5-room- bungalow, modorn, furnace, sldowa'.ks, lawn, trees. North 12th st. ,Wi!; room brick, bath, Ac, beautiful shade and lawn, curner lot 75x150; good location. West Tijeras. $1300 5 room frame, good outbuild ings, corner lot, S. Welter. $000 -4-room frame, large lot hade, near shops; terms. MONEY TO LO.W. I KE INSURANCE. A. FLEISCHER 111 Snth Fourth strwv Piton 74. Nn to No I'ostofftc i j-iijr- LOST. LOST Dropped on May zti Horn back of saddle horso 3A folding camera In brown case; $5.00 reward and nn questions asked. , Leave, at Journal of. lice. ; J LOST A gold fob with charm bear ing initial -I)." Return to secre tary of Beavers nnd receive reward. LOST Gold hut pin betwei n South Third St. and the postoflice. Re turn to general delivery window, P.O. LOST Leather fob, Masonic charm engraved "Charter j Member 61, Iianner Blue Lodge 924. Chicago." Reward. Journal Office. FOR RENT Miscellaneous. HORSES andmgs''(aK rent, and sale ' at Simon Gavc.n'8l)!Jo. llt2 .North Arno St. 7 WANTEtfositiQns. WANTKU Sewjig 1 "lay by ex perienced seamstress. References. A. P., cure Journal. WANTED Position u smal family by young woman .tvui understands cooking and housework. Phone 75.'. BUSINESS CHANCE S. $1.26 PER WORD: Insert. claislfle' ads In 86 leading papers In th U. S. Send for 41st The Dake Ad vertising Agency,,.432 8, Main St., Lo Angelei, or 1 Geary St., San Krai) eiseo ' - . ' Toll "SALE Furniture. KUR SALK ltefrlgeruor 4n good condition. 1002 a Edith. Phone 1 446. MESSENGERS QUICK PARCEL Delivery and Mess cngers. Phones 601-502. Prompt service. JH0U1 FOR goneral house-cleaning and stove repairing, call phone 770. J. R. Alexander. .117 W. Silver nve. PERSONAL WANTED Rooiiv and board for gen tleman and 3-ycar-old aon with lady who would give a mother's care to the boy. Will pay well for suitable place., Give ' particulars. Address M. S. Morning Journal. .fARCELVRY WANTED Parcels to deliver. Two year In th business. Two wagonB. Albuquerque Tarcol Delivery. Phono 47. , , HES7 AnU M.AI.TH tu WOMB fcKD CHlu ft!. WtNtt.no' BOOTIIINO SVH r lim Oi l.. i.scd fT ovel K11TY VliAK.Sbv M 11.1.1 1 INS el HOTIUikH tut Utrir Cllll.UKKN .UJ1II.K rKKTIIIMl. with J'KM KI T Sl'CCKS.1 1' 600T11KS Ihe CHII.Il, SOI TKNS the (.t .MS, ALLAYSuiltAlN, Cl'Kl'S INI) COLIC, an -is liiehcst remedy ot DIAXklllHA. U Ih u i mhilclv liariiilew. lie Miie nl ak fur "Mm '.VinMow Sonihinir Syrup," ""I take no olhaf n I u4 ' Iwci'lvLve ttrut.a buttle -1' TWO FINE HOMES FOR SALE H mom iikhIitii huii-c, hot wa ter heat, corner lot, east front, one it the most thxirahlc- Louies lii ti e city. f nxjiu iihxlern liungalow, cast front. Two flro plact-s Imrtl woimI floors, a cry fine home. I 'Ire Insurance and Loans. Portcrficld Company J 216 West OoliL J FOR RENT RoomsT ton KKM'l 6ai.l;aJ-j and uiodaiB rooms Rio Grande, til W Central KOH HK.NT Nicely furnlslieU rooms nil modern. No elck taken. (OS l-I West Central. FOR RIvNT To lady employed nice ly furnished front room with large closet In modern home. No other ropmers and no children. Phone 1630. 502 N. Fourth street. Call after, 6:30 p. m. Knit RENT Furnished room, W. Central. Plioi 551. 1110 FOR RENT Rooms and light house keeping rooms; modern. Westmin ster. FOR KENT Rooms for housekeep ing. Call at rear of 624 West Cen- trajavenue. FOR RENTFurnlshed rooms by day, week or month; also for light housekeeping. Modern; near car line. 800 N. Uroadway .HJLP W ANTED-Female. WANTED Competent girl for gen eral housework nnd cooking. Apply GL'3 W. Copper. WANTED Competent woman- for cooking and general housework. Apply to Mrs, John F. Pearce, T1S W. Central. WANTED (lood woman or girl for general housework. Call 6 lii West Copper. WANTED Milliner In millinery partment nt the Economist. d- HELP WNTED-Male. COLBURN'S EMPLOYMENT 210 W. Silver Phone 354 WANTED At once, . experienced waitress, $30, room and board FOR SALE Livastocfc. Poultry FOR SALE Pluck mare for Middle or driving. Inquire 1U'3 E. Central. FOR KALE Gentle family horse. 402 W. Central. Foil SALE illorse and buggy. Mrs. Gardner at Rosenwald's. FOR SALE Horse, ( buggy and har ness. Phu.e 069.' 814 So. Walter St FOR SALE One handsome sorrel mine, three years old, weighs be tween 1.000 and 1,100 pounds, stands 15 hands high, broke to drive single ouble. For Information, 'phone FOR SALE Aly pony, buggy and outfit complete. Also Jersey cow and 60 chickens. T. J. Sawyer, H03 W. Tljerns. ' FOR SALK ttgg. from the finest chickens In town, Buff Leghorn and Rhode Island Reds, $1.00 per 16 eggs; if shipped. $1.60 per 16 egg. J. W. Allen. 102S. N. Sth St., Albu querque, N. M, Egg delivered. WANTED Salesmen, Agents. WANTEDATONC' hi A few live, Hide awake agents to represent the world' largest Accident "J Health Insurance Company in New Mexico and Arizona. Splendid, : lomnilsslons nnd excellent contracts to right par ties. A few exclusive contracts open In eight of tho largest towns, for ex perienced agents who are responsible. Apply immediately to Continental Casualty Company, Luna Htrlckler Rullding, Albuquerque, N. M. A. V. Rikker, Jr., manager. STORAGE. WANTED I'ianos. household gooda, etc., tord safely at reasonable rates Advance made. Phone 640 The Security Warehouse nd Improve ment Co. Office, roomi 3 and 4, Grant bl Kk. Third etreet and Cen tral avenue FOR SALE Real Estate. A five room hi-i.-W mnitnrn In everv .., iuu ii7..' nn, nun iri(MTiy is worth $ J.r.no. Will sell for $2,100. A suisll business for only $150. M CLl dllAfi a DKX I'I'U UI'J Went Central Avenue. It Only Takes $50.00 to buy a neat two-room frame dwell ing, well located on West Roma, llal atice monthly payments at rental value of bouse. lH SKF.It & TIIAXTOX. 20-1 V. ;old Ave. Foil SALE -Ridlhimlshnient, 120 acres, frame house, ten acres broken, water, 45 feet. J. H. S., Journal. FOU SALK A coxy new, 6-room cut. , tago, east front, large screened porches, strictly modern, sewer con nections made; jt 00x142 ft.; pient sidewalk. House with furniture at u great bargain. Owner leaving the city. Call at MB S.'HIgh St., or phone 122!. 1'CR SALIC 0 risiiii buiigalow, mod cn, on North lltli strcH uluiosi new, for particulars communicate' Willi owner. AihlrcsM SI. .1., care Xoriilm; .bmrniil. FOR SALE OR TRADE Finest 20 acr, ranch In Rio Grande valfey, one mile west of bridge i n main ditch, brand new concrete blw k hotue with large screened sloeplng back porch; good, big barn, rheckeii houso, adobe milk house, etc. Ten acra In oats and alfalfa and ten acres In beans, sugar corn, truck and cane; will sell these separately or trade all or part for city property. In American neighbor hood. All crops go with ihe deal. See owner, R. A, Kelsey, on premises, or 0. E. Kelsey. room 15, Whiting bldg. Phone 1171 . , FOR SALE Miscellaneous. Foil SAIECambin delivered 1910, rnh Icbs than 2,000 miles, fully equipped In first class order, good as now, price $1,000. F. O. V: at. Ccrrlllos or Stanley. Address J unes Carruthers, Ban Pedro, N. M. FOR SALE. AtCOI NT DF..VIII OF OWNF.H The Maumird I lour Mills, Including pidlHTty; husluesK eslablisluil over 20 years; :t slory brick bldg. mid warehouse nil coinplele. Capai lly no Mils, dally. Eleclilc iKiwer; 10H ft. U. II. l rOntuKf, heart of city. Must lie sold; nu'ke offer. Paul Teutscli, Albiiijueisnie, X, M. FOR SALE-l'he best traveling mov ' Ing picture show In tho west; will boar closest Investigation as being a good paving proposition for three persons. Will touch anyone buying It to run It successfully, it will take $1,200 to handle this, or will trtulo for a show In a good town. Write Geo. II. Pierce, Magdalena, New Mex ico, FOR ANY KIND of good winefc for family uso call C. A. llrande. phone 702. Orders delivered to any house In city. Price moderate. FOR RENT Dwellings. FOR RENT 6-room completely fur nished house, gas range, bath, mod ern, 4 blocks from postoffko. Inquire 309 W. Central ave. FOR RENT Nearly new four room house, modern, at 413 N. 7th tit. Phono 1211.- FOR RENT Flat of nine rooms; modern; partly furrflshed; coal and gas ranges, rind 'many other things. Enquire Dulte Cltv Cleaners, 220 W. Hold. FOR RENT -After June 1, the store room occupied by F. 0. Pratt' gro cery on Second Btrcot. Apply to E. L. Medler , FOR KEN X Four-room newly fur- nlshed brick; bath, gas range; mod em, Inquire The Leader, 811 West Central, r'olt KKNT i:ottHKes. 2 to 6 rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply W, V. Fulrclle, 114 W. Coal. FO RR RNT New-1 h ree- room cot tage, furnished; sleeping porch; or. car line. Enquire 1208 SKdlth. FOR RENT 1001 N. 4th si!, 6-room modern brick cottage; .-eenea km! hadPd porches; apple trees, range connected, . window shades, water paid; $22.60 per month. Inquire Otlo Dleckmun or Mrs. li. 11. Tllton, 1015 N. 4th st. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTED Clean colton rus at 2c a pound at ihe Journal Office. WANTKD Railroad ticket "to any point In Colorado. ;., Morning Journal. PASTL'RK your norsen where you enn see them every day. Apply to A. Chanvln 114 R.nith Third. FOR RICNT FurnlshcO room; also for light housekeeping. S-0 South Third. FOR RFNT Two or lour n is, furnished for housekeeping; mod ern; Moeplng porch. 702 K. Central. !'( I R ' ''lllrcX'T fwn idHTieTr roimiH for light hmisekeeplug, modern; cheap for th summer. 4 1 H W. Hold. FOR RKNT Two rooms I m ulshed for light housekeeping. Screen porch. 415 N. flxth M. FOR It KNT "Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 724 H. 2nd St. Fo U" R1SNT Nlceiv nTriiiHhed"Tm7i on. West Tlieras eve, after June 1, no Invalids, inquire at 116 V. Central , .., phone 815, , AGQOD HOUSEGHEAP PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. tv v. D. ii Hi AN Attoraey-at-Ut. Office In rirst National Bank Bull Ing, Albonuerqoe, N M JOILM W,'VllUN Attorney -at-tn. Room 16-17-1 S Cromwell Bldg. Rei Phone J4 5J Office Phone UTI GtbXtkuE 8. KloCk Attorne?. Roomi -f, Stern Block. . Albuquerque. American rtonda dentists; Utt J K KRAKl Dental Surgann. Room $-3, Harnett BulMmg Fho !4. pn-tntmeritB made by man PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. JOHN J. MOK.W. SI. Iv,' I'lmnB lOtT. Room 2laml 25 Itnrnett Tlullillng 1IL t HAS. A. I RANK - Ear, Nose, Throat and tang. Harnett Hide. Phone, 1071 ADA M. CUEVAILUEl rt. 1). " Practice limited to DlaeaBe of Women and Obstetric. Coniulu tloni: t to 10 a. m.. 1 to 1:30 p. m 619 Tet Gold Ave. Phone $41. li SHORT EL, M D Practice Limited te Tuberculotl Hour: 10 to 11 --1 at,i Wlrte n. HOniTHT SMART TuWnlol hikiiiw i ami a, w hltlnc nnlUllng:, Hour; io to 13 nnd a to 4. Tel. 2IH. JOHN S.MASON, M. D. Disease", of Women and Children, Suite 11. firnnt Phx-k. Phone 1UH. Solomon u nntiorf, m. J. I'livMelnn and Surgeon. Suite 9. Harnett Rldg. DR. CILVm.ES RFLSEV . Dentist. Wliltltig nidit., Allinniierqtie W. U. KIIADHACH. M. Y; Snwlallst Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat OFFICE WHITIVO II LOCK ARTHUR WALKER lire Insiiraiuv, Secretary Mutual llulldliiR Association. I'lmiio B95, 217 West Ccntrul Avenue. MEXICAN JEWELER. J. C, CASTILLO, Mexican Jeweler and Watch Repairer. 212 1-2 South 2nd St. ADVERTISING MEDIUM Advertisers: The arent tnt of North Dakota offer nrli portunltle for buslne to classified advertiser. The recognised adver tising medium la the Fargo Dally and Sunday Courier-New, the only even day paper In the state and tha paper which carrle the largest amount of classified advertising. Tha Courlcr-New cover North Dakota like a blanket; reaching all part of the state the dav of publication; It la the paper to use In order to Ret re ulu; rate one cent per word first Insertion, one-hnlf cent per word auc ccedlng Insertion; fifty cent per Una per month. Addres The Courier News, Fargo, N. D BALD R I D G E LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builder's Supplies. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON Fourth fop Plcturt Street tntf Framet Copper Avi DAILY M AIL SFIIVICF. AND KTAG'jJ For the famous Hot Springs of Jemez, N. 51. Leaves Albunueriue P. O. every morning at 6 a. m. Ticket sold at Vein Pros., 307 North First Street, Ci.WI.VO LUU'I.V Proprietor and Mall Contractor. P. O. Pox 64, 1403 S. Hroadway. Phone 1208. SANTA FE TIME TABLE (In Effect January 17. 1911.) WESTHOUND Arrive Depart 1. Cal. B tpreea . . . 7:46p !:$0p 3, Cat. Limited ...,11:06a 11:26 Mex. & Cal. Ex..l0:55p U:40p 9. Cal. Fast Mall. .11. 60p 12:41 EASXUotND 2. Tourist F.x $.6f.p : 4. Chi. Ltd 6:I6p :u6p 8. ICustern Kx 6;6P . 7:26p 10. Overland Ex. .. 1:00a t:26t Fl Puso Train 809. Mex. Kx ll:)f 815 K.I Pao Pass. $:! 810. Kan. City & Chi. 6:06a $16. Kan. City & Chi. :!5p Roswcll and Amniillo, 811. Peco Val. Ex.. 1:1, 111. Albu. Ex ll:I6p P. J.JOHNSON, Agent. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No, No. No No No. 033