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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, - SAHRDAY. JUNE 17. 191 !. '
rrr 1 HUE 10 C01ERCE The Journal Wan oiumn tc Wall Street.8 Ctrt Yor!'. line 18. stocks moved ... v,,i down within narrow limits to- ,jiv in J't -sponge to the varying whims ! 'f'sne. -illation.. The end of the inar-j' Un when price, were on the j downward swing, so that small losses ,v(,(. numerous out irauing was o liirm ly professional tnut the outcome the day ttave no indications of the trend of sentimenf. Lehigh Valley was the weakest ot the Important railroad stocks. The ,.,h r group snowed marked strengm at tiim s and Amalgamated Copper (-ro"si-d 71 for the. first time this year. Xdvices from London reported a i-on-itiiicablc decu'ase in the European visible supply of copper despite a gain in ihr 1'xport movement. Further efforts to depress l'nlled Slates Steel failed and !t lost only a small traction. The outcome of the jiiivi rnment's sale of Panama lionds will n"t 1"' known until next week, lis (,l,ls do not dose until laH tomorrow. From the activity of this issue in the liiiul market, where it has heen dealt In extensively, selling "when Issued" as high as 103 1-4, it Is a foregone (o.icluslnn that the offering will he altogether successfful. Money Is still flowing Into New Vork from the interior on a law scale und known movements for the week indicate a heavy Rain. Tomorrow's tank statement will include the fig ures of the sixteen trust companies admitted tinder the new agreement uitli resources estimated at 700,000, (MiO. Closing slocks: Mils Chalmers pfd 30 Va Amalgamated Copper 70 American Agricultural 57'i AiiKi'ican Hect Sugar r 4 '-a American Car & Foundry 5BVi American Can II American Cotton (lil fills Ameriean Hide & Leather pfd. . . 2i Amel-icun Ice Securities 22 American I.lnseed 11 American Locomotive X2 1-6 American Smelting A Refg'. .,107 Mi do. preferred 107 VI- Am, Steel Foundries 42 American Sugar Refining 120 14 American Tel. & Tel 1S1 ' American Tohacco pfd 75 Vj American Woolen 33 Anaconda Mining Co 40 Vj Atchison 4 3? do, preferred 105 Atlantic Coast Line 130',s' llaliiniore Ohio 1 0 K 1 it llethlehem Steel 33 Hi klvn Ftapid Transit ...... RO f'linudinri Pacific : 239 ? (Vntral Leather . 31 do. preferred 100 , Central of Now Jersey 2X0 W 290 Chesapeake & Ohio 83 Chicago & Alton 20 fit 30 Chicago Great Western 23 'j do. preferred 4 5. Chliago & North Western 148'fc Chicago, Mil. St. Paul 127 '4 ('.. C, C. & St. Louis COfO fll Colorado Fuel & Iron 34- Colorado & Southern 55 Consolidated Gas ., 1 4 5 94 Com Products 1 5 Delaware Sr Hudson 172 lienver & Rio (Iramh 2X do. preferred ft!) Di-tlllers' Securities 36 Krie 35 do. first preferred 55 - do. second preferred 4 5 7h Cdieinl Kleetrle l2Vi Crent Northern pfd 1 37 7k Creat Northern Ore Ctfs 3 Illinois Central 141 lntcrborough-Met 1RU do. preferred 51 Inter Harvester 122 Inter-Marine pfd IX V4 International Paper HI Vi International Pump 42 Iowa Central IS Kam-as City Southern 35 do. preferred !!' Laclede (las lOll', LoiUHVill,. & Nashville 151 Minneapolis ft St. Louis 30 Minn., St. P. & Sault Ste. M. ..nfi'i Missouri, Kansas & Texas 37 V do. preferred 6X Missouri Pacific 50 National Hlscuit 136 Vi National Lead 56 '4 Nut'l Itys. of Mexico 2d pfd. . . 30 New York Central 110 New York, Ontario & Western . . 44 4 Norfolk ft Western 107 ti North American "4 Northern Pacific . 134 Pacific Mail 26 Pennsylvania 124Vii t People's Gas 100 Pittsburg, C. C. & St. Louis .... 95 ',4 Pittsburg Coal 2m Pressed Steel Car 36 V4 Pullman Palace Car ISIMi Hallway Steel Spring 37 V4 Heading 159 Mi Hcpuldle Steel 30 'A do. preferred 93 Vi Hock Island C( '. 33 i do. preferred 7 XI. Louis & San. Fran. 2(1. pfd. . . 46 St, l.ouig Southwestern, 32 do, preferred ' 69 SIosh Sheffield Steel and Iron . . 50 Southern Pacific 120 Southern Hallway St'.i do. preferred "1 Tennessee Copper 4 2 Texas & Pacific 29 Toledo, St. Louis & AVest 22 do. preferred fimvi I'nlon Pacific 1X5 do. preferred . , 94 ''iiili d States Realty 77 Fluted States Ituhlier 40 '4 I'nited States Steel 78Mi do. preferred 118 ''tall Copper r.4'4 Virginia Carolina Chemical .... 55' Wabash ILIA do. preferred 3Sty Western Maryland 59 'estinhouse Electric- "5 Western I'nlon 80 Wheeling ft Lake Krie 4 "j ''lilgh Valley ; 177 Total sales for the day 310,400 shares. Loads were Irregular. Total sales, I'iir value, $.1,128,000. I'niled States bonds unchanged nn all. Boston Closing Stock. Alloiii j! 3 'iialgamated Copper A"'n. Zinc Lead ft Sm. . . . 'izoiia Commercial Atlan(e ''on. ft r, , Cj.p. $t Sil. Mg. 'Jiille Conlillon "linnet 6 Arl.onn ''I'lllloet ft Hec la .' . '''ntemiial 70 30 17 6 14'i 19 6 2 4 47 12 ',4 62 ,"l'ler Itaime Con. Co, ex-dlv. '"( llutte Con. Mine 14 W, ""I Win n m Glronx Consolidated . . 7 llranhy Consolidated 4 1 (Irene Cananca 71-. M'o.iper) 'jverr Lake . Ijllt Ciper .... n Copper . ''H'Per ... Nva,,a n;nVoii',i'a't d ex-div. v1)issjnK Mir)(, North Putt North Lake Old Dominion 'si eola Parrot (Silver ft Cop.) Quincy Shannon . Superior . . Superior ft Superior ft Il'j 33 7 l' i'h 35 311 .i 4 0 18i2 50-s , X I... .113 .. Huston Mill. Pitts. Cop. . Tamarack C. P. Sm. P.ef. Mill. . do. preferied I't ih Consolidated . I'tah Copper Co., ex Winona Wolverine div. Chicago Boarfl of Trade. Chicago, June 10. Stuhbornly bull ish tpiWvg maint lined in Kurope not withstanding dcclincp on this side of the water were responsible largely fc.r an advance today in the wheat market here. Closing figure showed u pain of a shade to 1 -4 fir 3-Sc over last night. Corn finished 1 -4 3f 3-3 to 3-8c up, oats a sixteenth to 1-Xc dear er and hog products more expensive y 2 1-2 to 17 l-2c. During the session July ranged from 86 3-4 to 87 5-Xc, with last sales l-4'(I3-8c up at 87 3-8 iff 87 l-2c. Hot. dry weither in the southwest put up thep rice of corn. The Sep. tember ( ption varied between 55 7-X and 5G and 56 l-2fi 56 5-8c, dosing firm at 56 3-8c, a net gain of 3-8c. Cash grades were easy. No. 2 yel low finished at 54 1-2 Hi 5 Sc. In oats there was good buying sup port in breaks and free selling on the bulges, IHr'h and low points for Sep tember delivery were 39 5-X and 39c, with the close l-Xc net higher ut 39 1-4 fi 39 3-8- The semi-monthly report on the stocks of provisions exhibited a liber U decrease, in the end pnrk was 12 1-2 to 1" l-2c above last night's figures, mil other products up 2 1-2 to 10c. St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, June 10. Wool steady; medium grades combing and clothing, 18 'n-20 l-2c: light fine, 17fiil8c; heavy, fine, lfiifi-17c; tub washed, 25 fir 31 e. New York Cotton. New Vork, June 10. Cotton dosed irregular at a net decline of 5 to 0 points on the old crop but from 9 to 11 points Hot higher on new crop months. lloslon Wool Market, Poston, Juno 10. The Commercial Hull tin will say of the wind market tomorrow : Wool transactions on the Iloston market this week have been of fair proportions, although probably not so large as has been the case for the past two or three weeks. The bulk of th trading has been In new territory ivool, principally Utah and Neveda with occasional lots of Wyoming wools. The prices ranged from about 51 j? 53c on a scoured basis. Humors are current that a large consumer has taken 15,oou bags but Ibis Is scouted by the trad,, generally, although not es:i than 5.000,000 pounds has prob ably been taken of this class ol wool during the last three weeks. Dun's Weekly Hcvlew. New Vork, June 16. Dun's Weekly Heview tomorrow will say: For the first time In many weeks there are signs of lecovery from the depression In the Iron and steel trade, and while pig Iron continues dull, there are increased orders for finish ed steel, notably in the structural and wire divisions. The railroad demand also Is better, which promises well fo the future. A leading trunk line has authorized the purchase of sixty loco motives. In dry goods there is more improve ment In sentiment than in activity and the increased confidence Is based up on strength Imparted to the situation by the low stocks and upon the ef fect of bright crop prospects The actual demand Is much below the nor mal point, but gives evidence of some expansion. The strong statistical position of stocks in first hsnds and the notnble curtailment In production which still prevails in dry goods lines confirm the feeling of confidence in the future, al though present business is nulet. Fupplemrntary orders for footwear In the hands of shoe manufacturers are of fjlr volume, but new business Is slow tn developing. There is a steady trade in hoth sole and upper leather, which ill the aggregate im. proves from week to week. I'ndoubt edly more business would be consum mated If tanners would make conces sions from the advanced prices asked as a number of buyers are holding off at the full Increase demanded. Tim Sfoi le market continues to show fur- r sharp advances on most varieties. The Metal Markets. New Vork, June 10. St indard cop per, steady.. Spot, June and July, $12. ISM 12.25; August and September. H 2.20 J 2. 30. London, firm; spot. 150, lis, 3d; futures. C55, 2s, fid. Ar rlvels reported nt New Yolk today, l,3fifi tons (old), Custom limine re turns show exports of 15,3;!0 tons fo far this month. Lake copper, $12.02 1-21(12.87 1-2; electrolytic, $12.5011 12.75. und casting, 1 2.2 5 1 2.50. Ix-ail, firm: spot, l.50fu 4.55 New Vork; jt.flOfi 4.40 Fast St, Louis. I-on don, spot, tlS, fie, ltd. Spelter, liiui. t.'...'.j 'ii .".i. "i Now Vork; 5.40'i S.50 F ist St. Louis. Lou. don. 24, 12s, Bit. Antimony, dull; Cookson's, $9.00. IS 5 I SS'x I 3 ! 20'-. 52 " 20 1 0 33 8 4X4 105 12 IF FOR SALE. 1 2 500 j-rooni modern cottage, in Fourth ward, east front, cimcnt walks, lawn, shade, g?, large porch, pay like rent. $3500 6-room modern hrick, High lands, dose to Central; 50-foot lot, walks, screen porches, cellar. Cash or 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 ad extra electric light fixtures. Fourth ward. Terms. $0500 Fight room, modern, cement block, close in, corner lot 5xl50, cement walks, lawn, shade, steam heat, sleeping porch, shade. $20001 00 x 1 42, eorner; cement walks; Third ward; close in. $1200 4 ij ai res of alfalfa, close in, 100 acres of rich land in the Punhan- dle to trade for a 5-room modern homo in Albuquerque. JOIIX M. MOOTtK REALTY CO. HUE IXSIKAXCK, ltFAL KSTATE. LOAN'S AND ABSTRACTS. 114 Wemt GoUl Ave. Phone 10. VETERINARY SCHOOLS Session begins Sept. 15. Catalog mailed free. Dr. C. Ke.me, 1ST S Mnr ket street. San Francisco. Silver, 53 1-S; Mexican dollars. 45c. St. I.iuls Spelter. . St. Louis, June Hi. Lead, higher; $4.37 1-2. Spelter, higher; $5.;i7 1-2. The Livestock Markets. Kansas City LivcstiM'k. Kansas City, June It!. Cuttle Ite ceipts, 1,500; market steady to strong. Native Kteera, $5.00 tti fi.35; southern steers, $4.00 Ti 5. liO ; southern cows and heifers, $2. 50ft 4.50: native cows and heifers, $2.50(fj CIO; sbx kers and feeders, $.1.75 fi 5.0n; bulls, $2.25 1i 4.- 75; calves, $4.50$ 7.50; western stecr. $4,7516.10; western cows, $2.75fi4. 50. Hogs Receipts, C.0O0; market 10c higher, ulk of sales, $G.00ffi G . 1 6 : heavy, $0.00 1j fi.l 0; jtackers and bofchers, fi.001li.l5; iiglit, $.05fi) C.15, Sheep Keeeipts, 1,500; market 10c higher. .Muttons, $.1.25 1c 4.00; lambs, $5,0017.00; fed wethers and yearlings,' tR.OOife 4.00; fed western ewes, S .1.00 J' 3.50. Oilonf Live btoolj. Chicago, Jnne 18. Cattle Itecrlpfs 1.000; market strong. Heeves, $4.'J0'(i 0.55; Texas steers, $4.(!0(ti 6.K0; west ern steers, $ t.S0(ii 5.75; stockers anil feeders, f.t.luti 5.00; cows and heifers, $'2.5011-5.90; calves, $)i.00i S.0O. Ilogj lieceiiits, 15,000; market 10c higher. Light, $5.80 f-i 6.30 ; mix ed, r.0 i- 6.30; heavy, $.75 fi (i.25 ; rough, $5.75f(i 5.!l; good to choice, heavy, $5.95 frf li . L' 5 ; pigs, $5.05 1, fi.20: bulk of sales, $li. 1 0 ft fi.20. Sheep Itecelpts, ,000; market steady to shade higher. Native, $2.50 1( 4.35; western. $2.75 i 4.40 ; yearlings $4.00 1i 4. WO; Pimbs, native, $4.01) ffr . 40; western, $ 4.50 fa 0.76 ; spring lambs $4.51) If 7.10; ewes, $2.25 lit 3.90. EASY TO PH FOR El Paso Plan Is One-Fourth Cash and Balance In Three Annual Installments; Petition for Paving Largely Signed, That the proposed L"! Pnsn plan of paving the streets o'f Albuquerque Is much easier on the tax payers than many have understood Is being ex plained io the business men this week by u representative of the Kl Paso concern who will remain here until the council has taken definite action on the paving proposition. As It has succeeded in Kl Paso, the plan Im to pay one-fourth rash for the paving on coinplcth n of the contract. ;be other three-fourths to be paid an nually in three . Installments. tails making the burden on the individual tax payer very light. A new petition for paving the streets- is now being circulated among the local business men and Is being very l.irgcly signed, the names Including many who prev iously withheld their signnture be cause they wer(. under the Impression that the whole ji b had to be paid for , In cash w hen completed. ROSWELL FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION FILES ITS . INCORPORATION PAPERS (Sperlnl rorreapendnee to Mnrnluc Journal) Sanla Fe. N. M., June 1,5. Artldes fit incorporation were filed In the ter ritorial secret iry's ol'llco today ''' 'he lloawell Fruit Growers' association which Is capitalized at $2.onn, divid ed into 5.IMMI shares of $5 each. Four hundred shares of said stock hive been subscribed to -is follows: J, . Hamilton. 5S; Robert Doers, 5"; John Shaw, 57; John T. Stono, P. ? . A .J , , Hl l it. 1.- t - . T I ui i v. r-. illilllion, til, T. v., im .ii, I ff 1 . tf I II. f fl' 1.1....... II I , M . it, lllioinoii, u I, I lie iiiiji-ii-i of the association are ,.to buy, sell, exchange, operate and deal In all kinds of orchards, -gardens, farms and i lands Improved or nnlmpt-oved; In ; hue sell and handle n) Mods or fruit i and vegetables, etc. The princlpil THE PAVING ' j place of business of the corporation I will be at Koswcll ami W. H. Crifbtbs (lie utatului j agent, . I YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS MOMfcY TO LOAN. Ol FUrnilur. flm.. VK.ua. n.rn. i . Wftrona and oih.r Cbtul: -o b RaiiriM Z. bit 1 16ft . hotnt r quickly md and .irlcllr prlvat. Tima ona mentb to ana yaar (Ivan. G-o4a ramalc to 7'ur poaaaMioo. Our rataa axa raaaunabla Call . ... k - knfM.lM Ata.tnahlfl .... u Ik. I . M lira. i. in and in'ra " r . " " HULtlKtlOI.U WAX l.'unraVM, win t and I, Uranl Hla., PRIVATB OTrHW OPKN BVBSINOB. a4 Hl flnl ATtmm FOR SALE. I SOU K-rnom, 2 story brick resi dence, lnt water heat; 4tti. uard. -,UO( 7-rooin. stucco iinis'i, mod ern, hot water heat, lot 75x142, shad." and shrubbery, good outbuildings. lono ;i-room, 2 story brick, mod cm, West Central, line location; $1000 cash, balance 8 per cent. 32IMI 7-room brl k, modern, good Muule, corner lot, W. Copper avenue; terms. IS-itl 4. room frame, lot 100x1 42, S, Amo street; terms. S.MIO 3. room frame, lot 5ux14 2, S. Arno St., good well. l,-,m 5-room frame, good buildings, corner lot. S. Welter, font) 4-rooiu frame, large OUt- lot, shade, near shops; terms. MONKV TO LOW HKi; INMItAVCi: A. FLEISCHER 1 1 Smith lAmrtli Sti(s't. Plionoti'l. Next, til New Poslofflcc ADVERTISING MEDIUM Advertisers: The great state ot North Dakoia offers unlimited oppor portunlties for business to classified Hdvertlsers. The recognised adver tising medium a the Fargo Pailj and .Sunday Courier News, the only seven day paper In the state and the paper which carries the largest amount of classified advertising. Th Courier-News covers North Dakota like a blanket; reaching nil parts of th state the dav of Publication; It It the paper to use In order to get re sults; rates one cent per word first Insertion, one-half cent per word suc ceeding Insertion; fifty cents per lln per month. Address The Courier News, Forgo. N. D WANTKD IcooniH Willi board for couple, in private fatnil". H-2!), care Journal. 1 . i JLOTE ti.ib t-h-U WUHU mertf iUHlsiflei' ads In 38 leading papers In th V. S. Send for . JIsv . . The Dak Ad vertistng Agencj',' 432 H. MAin Hi,. Lo. Angeles, or 12, Geary St., San Fran Cisco I 1 I 1 WANTEDPositions. WANTED- A lirstlclnss Japanese rynk wishes a posit I dp at hotel or family Journal. Aititress F l-i are Wanted. H.v a man tiUrty-flve years old with 'family, a posltb-n. Huh years of practical business ex perience, and is competent to take charge of ami m inage onsi ness. Cap furnish satisfactory references ami will go out of city for good opportunity. If you have an opening and want a good man in your business, let me call en you or write oti. Address J. K. T. I!., care Morning Jour nal. JJRJEI Arjfrnts. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; also for light housekeeping, 820 South Thlrd FOE KEN'F Two rooms-furnished for light housekeeping. Screen porch. 415 N. Sixth st. . FOR RENT 3 furiilsherl rooms J'or light housekeeping, bath, griH, elec tric light and sleeping porch, 208 S, High. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICK Ol' M AM Fit s SAI K In the District Court of Kddy County,' Territory of New Mexico, (layle Talbot ami Kdwin N. Ueitiu, Plalntllfs, s. Robert E, Harris, Linda C Harris, Galnor J. Limlsey, Annie M. Llndsey and S. A, Taiivhill, I leteiidants. No. 122 Notice is hereby given that whereas Judgment was enter' d In the above styled and iiurnbcied cause In tin above named ( it on the 13th due of April, A. It, 1HU. In favor of said plaintiffs ami ag.iin t said defen laots and each of them: First, In the sum of $2. (I3X. 14, with Interest on $2,4(11.57 i of hu lil sum at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from the 13th day of April, 1811, until paid, and ti per cent j per annum on $240.) 5 of said sum from the 13th day of April. 1 ft 1 1 . until paid and $20. Mil t-osts taxed against the de feiidniits In said ciuse; and that a cer tain mortgage given by Hubert K. Harris, Linda C. Harris. Galnor J. Llndsey, Annie M. I.lndsey, defend ants In the above entitled' cause against the following described tract, lot or parcel of laud ami real estate situate, lying und being in the coun ty of Kddy, territory of New Mexico,' to-v.-it: The soul in i' t quarter of sec tion 20, Cwnsbip Pi South, i.inge 20 east, N. M. p. M.. to secure Hie pay. melit of said debts and costs, be fore closed ami Hit il l.iinl sold In-satisfac-tlon of faid debts and costs. Notice Is herebv glvi ti, that I, John I!. Klificld, special aii ter liel'elofore Hpp(dnted bv lb" i "i.il herein, will on the Mb day ftf Auicel. 1HII, at the hour of 1(1 o'clock In Hie I'orei n of said day ut the I rout di or of the Slate National Hunk of Aii'-li. town ol Ar lesla, Kddy eounly, New Mexico, sell lo the highest bid. I. r. for c isli, at public auction, til the uhove described real estnte, , And I will iippls I In proceeds of snl I salp to the s-itwtu Hon of niU.1 Judgment, Interest, ultolUey'S fees, co-as of suit nmt nil cost or said suln. Dated ut Arlesla l-.'ddv eounly. N- Mevleo, this r!1t d ie "f Msv, 1st I. JiillX II, KNI'lKI.Pi Sp(bil Mnsl-r. G, I', MoCRARV. Arlesla, N, M., Altorney for I'lainlifls, June 17-24. 4- SNAPS Two 5-rooiu new houses, modern, on car line, fine homes, will sidl one or both, owner must leave. Small Grocery Store, with, stock of goods; doing good busl-nes-; owner has sick girl und must leave city. Insurance. Leans. Porterficld Company f 216 West Gold. RENTRooms. HJU KENT Biau"Tii OiodarD rootns Rio Grande. 61$ W. Cant rat. l'OI! P. EXT -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 street. Cull ufter 5.30 p, m. FOR I1FNT Nice furnished front mom; po sick; 7 23 W. Copper. FiUt KKNT Uooms, singl,, or en suite, also rooms for light house keeping, summer terms. 502 1-2 W. Central. FOR KKNT Two furnished front rooms, close In. 703 W. Silver. FoTfl : KNT Itoo"ms and liht house keeplnK rootns; modern. Westmin ster. FOR J Hi NT Uooms for houstlti'ep Ing. Call at rear of 522 West Cen tra 1 avenue. l'oit KENT Furnished rooms; mod ern. 218 S. Walter. FOR UF.NT Furnished rooms by dny, week or month; also for light housekeeping. Modern; near car line. 305 N. Kroadwuy JIELPJrVA WANTED Competent girl lor gen eral housework and rooking. Apply 523 W. Copper. W'AN'l'Kl) F.xperlenced salesladies at F.. laharam'H store, filil West Cen tral. ' WANTF.l) Kxperienced ( hamber mald. Apply Room 0, State Na tional Hank. WANTI0i A girl for general house work and to assist in cooking. SOS W. Cooper. WANTL'D At the Kconomist bright young woman as bundle wrapper. HELP WNJED-Male. WANTKD Two strong and active la borers can get work Willi I von. the fliirist. COLJBURN'S EMPLOYMENT 210 W. Silver Phone 354 WANTED At waitress, $30, good (amp cook; once, experienced room and board, laborers; carpeii- I lei s. FOR SALELivRstocfc, Poultry FOR SALK ::tTglishBcUcr; beautiful bitch; completely ticked. black, white and 'nu; ! months old; best pedigree In southwest; Gladstone blond. C. It. K., Pox 464. Phono HH'J. $20. (Ml. ' Foil SALK Jersey cow and chickens. 723 South Waller. Foil HALK Good driving team, bug gv and harness; work anywhere. Apply HOP N. Klghlh. Phone. 1 100. FoR SALK 15 laving hens. Address Hi us, care Journal. FOR SALK Two fresh Jersey cows", also $000 Kverett pl-inu; will go cheap. , W. W. Hlctcher, phone 414. 319 W. Central. FOR SALK Morse and buggy. Apply Mrs. Gardner, Rosenwald's. FOR SAId-1 Rubber-tired canopy top runabout, handsome chestnut brown horse and harness; very reasonable. 924 Mounlain Road, Phone 1 0 5 4. FO;'. SALK one handsome sorrel marc; 3 years old; 15 hands high; iroke to drive single or double. Call at the reil barn on Copper avenue or phono 147. FOR SALK My pony, buggy und outfit complete. Also Jersey cow and 60 chickens. T. J. Sawyer, t 0 3 V. Tijeras. FOR SALK -Gi idle horse, boggy and bai iiecs. T 1 :4 1st sb FOP BALK t.gg, trom the riiu-st , chickens in town. Huff Leghorns snd Rhode Islnnd Reds, $1.80 per 16 eggs; If shipped $1 60 per 15 eggs. J. V. Allen. 102S. N. Mil Ft., Albu querque, N. M. F'ggs delivered. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTKD Clean cotton ra at lic a pound at the Journal Offles WANT K 1 1 To give you prb es on your draln-bivlng anil sewer con necting, rbon,; 511, I'.ox !n. Tom Jaokslek. WANTKD -pint l"IH -To buy half gallon 110 S, Walnut. und - ... I desire to Invest $l"0,uuo or mora In n sound substantial enterprise, capable of expansion and big profits, If properly backed with money and push. Address Hox LI. Journal. FOR RENT Miscellaneous. HORS'.Miin'dRiKsfor rein ami sale at Hiinon Garclas, No. 1202 North Arno HI. JjOUSCEANING. FOR general liouse-t leaning and stove repairing, call phone 770. J. II. Alexander. 317 W. Silver nve LOST. LOS T - l.i. bet eon the Westeni I loll Telegraph office and tin Alvui nilo; finder return to Western I'nioii. STORAGE. "AMt.li Pianos, household foods, etc., stored safety at reasonable rates. Advances mad. Phono 640 The Security A arehouae and Improve ment Co, Offices, rooms I and 4, Grant block. Third ttreot nd Cen tral avenuo. FOR SALE Real Estate. Pol; SAI.l-; Cood 4-room hauw, only ii;r,(. Foil HKNT (looil f.-room, modern liouse, t2 per month, water laud. Four-room house $!!; water paid. KlVI'-rooiu furnished house, $;io p, r nioiiib. Hood hous keeping rooms. M'ci.i tiiiA.v nr.xTLit SIU West 4'ciitral Avenue. i on TitAoi:. For Rio Grande valley land, any where north of llcb-n or La Jolln; a 12 room npurtment, well located on comer, in Albuquerque. Everything In flrst-clas condition and all mod- n convenient es FLOYD Ill'NSAKKR. 204 W. Gold. FOR SALK An excellent- business property on Very favorabl,. terms. Rent will meet annual Installments. W. P. Meteelf, 321 Gold avenue. FoR SALK 120 acre farm In Hen ten county, Arkansas; 70 acres In bearing apple tree?, S to 12 years old and In line condition; good 5-room house and fair log burn; orchard level and fenced, balance In timber; on phone and rural lice delivery route, four miles from It. R. town, In Ideally b.-autitul location; 2 wells. Cash $11. i)no, balance to suit. For particu lars ' A. II. Morrison, Sturges ho tel. Foil SALK-r, aires in crops. 50 f-ult trees, frame ionise, close In, $2,0a0 on t"rms. 40 in n s i f good land, 20 neivs In cn.ps. a bargain lor $1,400. f?. P. SNYItr.lt. '.'07 W. Gold. FoR SALK 11106 N. 2nd St.. new house and lot furnished,, mission; mlrsion swing, shade trees, sleeping tent, well, chicken house and yard, Hock of nice fowls, etc.; no sickness; must be sold at once. $500 cash. WANTKD Competent cook; lumll of two. Loekhart Ranch. Phone 712. FOR SALK 5-room house, furnish ed; nice well; five blocks from Cen tral ave.; on car line; bargain, must go quick. Porterf It lit Co., 216 VV. Gold. FOR SALK 47 Mens V, S. Pat. under) lirlgatlon, 0 ucres bearing apples late most marketable variety, IS acres alfalfa, 700 two year old apple trees Starks Delicious lind King David, idnbe hniikA birlnn''!' Inml rich loam I and adopted to alfalfa, wheat or fruit, Orchard equipped with heating sys- tem. Crop this year will net $2,000.00.1 Price $5,500.00 cash. F. L, Walrath, Helen, N. M. FOR SALK 105 acres line soil with water from 4 to 15 feel nil under fence, close to river with perfect drainage, no ulk ill, good grass. Fastest pumping for irrigation ptoposlti.fn in Kin Grande Valley und absolutely the best land bnrffaln In New Mexico. Price $15.00 per acre. V. L. Walruth, Helen. New Mexico. FOR SALK Relinquishment on 00 acres of valley land 4 miles from Los Limns, under main ditch. Inquire A. S. Hill. 210 S. Hroiidwuy. FOR SALK OR T II A D 1 1 Finest 20 aerp ranch In Rio Grande valley, one mile west of bridge on main ditch, brand new concrete hloik liouse with biriin screened sleetilne back porch: Rood, big barn, checken liouse, adobe milk house, etc. Ten ut-.'s In oats ami nlfalfa and ten acres In beans, sugar corn, truck and cane: will sell tnose separately or trade all or part for city property. In American neighbor hood. All crops go with the deal. See owner. It. A. Kelsey, on premises, or C. K. Kelsey, room 16, WiiltlriB tildg. Phone 1171. F0P jTpvyellings. FOR RKNT Nearly new four room " house, modern, ut 413 N. 7th St. Phone 1211. FOR KKNT Furnished cottage, five rooms; modern. Inquire 502 Moun tain Road, corner Fifth street. FOR HUNT Furnished liouse 'for summer months: no sick. Address House, care Journa., FOR HKNT Flat of nine rooms; modern; partly furnished; coal and gas ranges, and many other things. Knqulre Duke City Cleaners, 220 W. Gold. FOR KKNT-K rooms, batii, toilet, at 2n (' W. Gold, is newly yainieil and papered, at $20 per month. Inquire Stl t" In-low. FOR HKNT After June 1, the store room occupied by F. U. Pratt's sro eery on Second street. Apply to E. L. Medler Foil RlJK'T Co tinges. 2 to li rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply W. V. Futrelle, 1 14 VV. Coal. For RKNT New three-room cot tage, furnished; sleeping porch; on ear line. Knqulre I '.'PS S. Kdlth. FOR" RENT 100 1 N. 4th St., 5-room modern brick cottage; s- .-eeneo k.nd shaded porches; apple trees, range connected, window shades, water paid: $22.50 per iponlh. Inquire Otto Dleckman or Mrs. II, H. Tllton, 1015 N. 4th st. FOR HKNT Reasonable, nicely fur. lilshed house. West Ti.lcras UVeliue, for summer; no invalids; owner would reserve one room. Inquire 115 West Central Ave. " FOR SALE Miscellaneous. FOR SALK Spring wagon, harness. lent, complete camp outfit, etc., 300 N. llfondwny. F ' I f S A I I :T"l IgbTTuI 1 1 i ml bug gy Willi good canopy top and set of harness; all 111 good condition, $50, Oil I West Coal, FOR ANY' KIND ol good wines for family use call C. A. Grande. Phone 702. orders delivered to any house til city, price, moderate. FOR SALK Good set of curp-tiliv li.ols, a bargain. ti22 S. High. I'l e 1210. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. rt VV. U BHSAM Auornf y-t Law. Offlc, la first National Bank Bntl4 in. Alhuqiier.iue, N M JOUN W. W ILSON ' Attorney-st-Ivf. Room 15-17-1$ Cromwell Bldf. Rea Phone J4 57. Office Phon UTI litOKGE 8. KMCkH ' Attorney. Rooms 8-. Btern Block Albuquerque. American Unretj llonds. DENTISTS." DH J n KKAFT Dental Surfton. Rooms 5-S, Purueti hull-tins. 744 Appitntnu-n's mmls hx Pbo ITVSlt PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. JOHN J. MOHAN. MTl) Plume ior.7. Rooms 81 and 2J Harnett nutldln bit. I HAS A. PRANK ' I'ar, Nose, Tlirost and things, narnett l'.ldg, Plione 1071 ADA H. CIIFV.I!,I,1F.H, t. D. Practice limited to Diseases of Women . and Obstetric Consulta tions: 9 to 12 m; 2 to 4 p. m. Suite 9, Cromwell Iddg., residence tliid N. 12th Phone S4 2 ' i) HIlOitTKL, M D.- craetlee Limited t Tubercubt! flours: 10 to 1$ '''m- ( t -tt sjufi i . W7 M7S H ER I D A N7 MTdT" Practice Limited to ;i:n itg.i III N ARY HISKASKS The Wnssermami mid Negiu bl TestP Salvarsan "G00" Administered Slate National Hank Huildlng, Alhiuiucruiie. New Mexico. Ilt. UOHrHtT SMART Th ImtchIokIs llmiins I and a, Whltlmr Hulldln. Hours: 10 to 12 nud 'J to I. Tel. 2IH. JOHN MASON, M. D. Diseases of Women Suite 1 1. Grant Ploclt, and Chlldrea Phono I0H. soiiOmon i,, iu mo, m, n, , Phvslclan nnd Surgeon, Suite 9, Burnett lildg. mi. cn.vriiJKs kflskv Dentist. XVTiftIrtr llldg., Albunuerqiie W. G. K 1 1 A 1 ) 1 1 A C 1 C M . l Specialist Kye, Par, None and Throat OFI1CF WII1T1NO RLOrK ARTHUR WALKER lire Insurance, Secretary Mutual Hiilldlng Assocluiion, phone 695. 2l7'j West Central Avenue. MEXICAN JEWELER. J. C. CASTILLO, Mexican Jeweler nnd Watch Repairer, 212 1-2 South 2nd St. mm i.iJ parcels to deliver. Two years In the business. Two wagon. Albuquerque Parcel Delivery. Phone MESSENGERS CHMCKpTlTtM'7in'M'Trvery and ital? etigers. Phones 501-502. Prompt service. BALDRI DGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builder's Supplies. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON Fturth forPlctun Street ml Framei Copper Avi DAILY MAIL M:nH K ANDSTAOM For the famous Hot Springs of Jeme. N. M. Leans Albiniueriiio V, O every morning nt 5 a. in. Tickets sold at Vnlo Pros., HUT North First Strcot, GAV1NO (.'AlUIV Proprietor and Mall Contractor. P. f). Hox 54, 1403 ti. Proadway. Phono 1206. SANTA FE TIME TABLE 1 (.7.!- (In Effect January 17. 111.) WIvSTltOl'N 1) Arrive i)ein 1. Ciil. Etpre ... 7:4fp 8:J0p S.Cal. Limited ... ,11:05a ll:26i : Mex. & Cal. E..10:55p ll:40p . Cal. Fast Mall.,ll:50p 11:4S RSTIM)l'Xl No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Nu. No. No. 3 Tourist V.t t:5Cp 4. Chi. Ltd. ...... B:S5p 8. F.satern Ex 6:6F . 10. Overland Fx, ,. 1:00a 11 Paso Trains 809. Mex. Kx Tk 7:2Dp 8:t& lt;2lr $:$ $15 Kl Paso Pass. 810. Kan. City A Chi. 6:06a St. Kan. City A Chi. I:l5p Roswcll and Amarlllo. 11 Prrn. Vnl Ft.. No No I 1. No. 112. Albu. Kx ll:15p P. J. JOHNSON, Agent. I