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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 21.19? 1.
r F NICE 1 COMMERCE Wall Street. Ni York, June 20 Stocks gave wu slowly today to a comparatively! hik.I1 amount ;f selling, uas , uiisually dull. A Tliu market I few (Stocks. I Slit h OS Great, Northern preferred, t'aiiii "tail Pacific, Denver and lllo Ciramle and the Erics, Intern itional Harvest-!' and the electric and tele jiIHnie Miaiea joi a point or more, while Norfolk and Western and some l,ss active issues exhibited considerable strength. The present uncertainty us; to crop prospects is largely responsible 1 , ,r this position. The Hill stocks were uniting the weaktst of standard railroad issues. The list exhibited considerable under li inn strength as v. us indicated by its jitcudinoss in the face of a decline of nearly four points lute in the day by American Telephone. News that the directors of the telephone company had recommended an increase of ?50,. 000,000 In capital stocks was the sig nal for the most vigorous move of the day by bear traders. There was further active trading Irom the curb today in the new Pana ma canal bonds, more than $.1,0011,000 of which sold "when Issued" from 102 T-S to 103 1-8, the price tending to wards the lower figures following the publication of the figures at which awards were made, Hefore the government can market il,,, rcinulllinir J 1 II null I) II II Pnll.inii liordd authorized, bankers believe, the price m:,' come within the range of what they are willing to pay. Clos ing stocks: Allis Chalmers pfd 30 Ainnlagamated Copper 7 0 "ix ! American Agricultural 07 '4 ' American licet Sugar 54 '.'j American Can 11 i American Car & Foundry f(i American Cotton Oil American Hide & Death, pfd. American lee Securities American iLnseed 11 American Locomotive 411'j American Smelting & Kel'g. .. Nii'i do. preferred i 107 Vi Am. Steal Foundries 41 American Sugar Helming 113 American Tel. & Tel 14 7 American Tobacco pfd. Sii American Woolen 32 Anaconda Mining Co 40 Atchison 113 do. preferred 1 ft 5 Atlantic Coast Line 131 Haltiniore & Ohio 107 Hethlehem Steel 3 4 I'.roklyn Rapid Transit SO 'Canadian Pacific 23Sis Central Leather . 31 ",i do. preferred 100 Central of New Jersey 2S0H 21)0 Chesapeake & Ohio N37i Chicago & Alton .'. .... 2oft 30 Chicago Ureat Western '. 22 U do. preferred ... I")1: Chicago ft North Western ....147 Chicago. Mil. & St. Paul 127Vi C. C, C. & SI. 1.miis li Colorado Foci & Iron 341s, Colorado & Southern 54 's Cotisolidateil (las M'i Corn Products 15',t Delaware & Hudson ,. 172 Denver & ftio (IranAc . 2S ! in. pn forrvii' '. '. . . f6 nistllleis' Securities . . Erie ,. do. first preferred do. second preferred . . Cmnerul Electric Ureat Northern pfd. Ureat Northern ore Oil's. Illinois Central Interborough-Mot do. preferred ........ Inter Harvester I liter-Marino pfd International I'uper International Pump Iowa Central Kansas City Southern . . do. preferred Laclede (Sue Louisville & Nashville . . Minneapolis & St. Louis . , Minn., St. P. & Ste. M. . . .Missouri, Kansas & Texas . 3(1 . 55 7(1 . 45' .163 . 136 . 62 .Itfl'i . 18 If, . 51 .120'. . IS . 10 V . 41 . is Mi . 35 . 6 ,108 .151 . 30 .136''. . 36 . 7 . 50 . 13(1 . 56 . 3 I .1011 do. preferred Missouri Pacific National Biscuit National Lead Nat l. liys. of Mexico, 2d pfd. . New York 'Central New York, Ontario & Western . Norfolk & Western North American Northern Pacific Pacific Mail Pennsylvania People's Gas I'ittsbiir, C. C. St. Louis ... Pittsburg Coal Pressed Steel Car Pullman Palace Car Hallway Steel Spring Heading Hepuhlic Steel ..41 '.4 .107 V. . M .133 , . 26 '. U'4 .106 . . S4 Vi ..21 . 36. .161 . . 37 , .159 . . 30 , . .H3V. . . 33 4 . 66 . . 45 . . 33 . . 70 . . 49 . .120'4 . 31 . 71 . 4 I , . 28 '. . 22 " . 50 ,.1515 . . 94 .. 75 . . 48 . 78 ..118 . . fit .. 54 .. 17 . . 38 . . 58 , . 75 . .. 78 . . 3 . .178 211,300 do. preferred !ck Island Co do. preferred ft. Louis & San Fran. 2d pfd, . i. Louis & Southwestern . . . . . do. preferred loss Sheffield Steel and Iron . oiithern Pacific Southern Hallway do. preferred tinossee Copper xas & Pacific I'oledo, St. Louis & West do. preferred nion I'll elf ie do. preferred 'nlted States Realty 'lilted States Rubber railed States Steel do. preferred tali Conner r'irginia Carolina Chemical . . . Faliash do, urelerred pVestorii MurvlHnil Wcstlnghoime Kleetric W'stern I'nion Wheeling ft Lake lOile high Valley I otal sales for the day naves. The bond market was Irregular, "ticrlcnn Teleiihone convertible fouro v(Mketiod with the stocks. Tgt'U taleg "V; value, $3,256,000. 1'nlted Slates bonds, -were unchnng il on rail, Boston Mining Stocks. flintier. Vnuilgamiited Cnniifr 32, 70 29 17 e 14 h 19 H2 475 (i 2 u 12 4S'i, - 171i ' A urn. Vln.. 1 u,l s:. iiona Commercial Vtlanil,. '"tie Coalition ... "linnet & Arizona 'Unmet Heela 'Oleniilal upper llange Con. Co, ex-dlv. "I utte Cop, Mine ranklln . Itoiix I iini,,Ha...,.l 'ranhv 1 .0.1... ...1 i'lpent. Cananea Uovalle (r KV'r Ulke Lake Copper 3S La Salle Copper 4 Miami Copper 22's .Mohawk 52 Nevada Consolidated, ex-div. ... 2U Nipissing Mines 10 orth Lak North Rulto 34 . . ... Si; 47'a 103 12 .... 72 11 .13 W hl- Dominion .. Osceola I'urmlt (Silver & Cop.) Win m y , . . . Shannon Superior Superior & Jtoston .Mil). Superior & Pitts. Cop. , Tamarack V. S. Sm. Ret. .Mill. do. nrefcrred I'tah Consolidated I'tart Copper, ex-div. . . Winona Wolverine a 'j tTi . 3r. . StOj . A . 1SV. . 51 . .113 " Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, June 20. Possibly the wildest trading of the year turned the grain pit today Into bedlam. Hoi weather damage to crops put a nerve wrecking strain on prices. Realizing of vrofits diminished the excitement In wheat near the close, lowering the market from extreme figures but oth. er ("Teals held tight. Wheat finished 1 1-4 to 1 3-8c higher lliun last night, corn up 1 l-4ii 1 3-8 to 1 l-2!fr 1 6-Hc and oats at 1 3-HCi 1 1-2 to 1 3-4 i 1 7-Se advance. Hog products gained from a shade to 17 l-2c. As much as 2 l-4e a bushel was added to the cost of wheat before the slanipde to the buying side could be brought to a halt. As a matter of fact the stacking up of orders to pure bust lifted local tradH off Its feet and re sulted for a while in a plain case of a runaway market. iii2 J ai tne end o me day the tone was 26 Vj comparatively steady, boring the sen S3 Vi , slon July ranged from 89 to 91c and closed 1 l-4e net higher at SKlc. Commission buying kept the corn market drained completely from of fers. September fluctuated between 57 1-2 and 58 3 -8 fri' 5 H l-2e, closing lirm at 58 ,1-8e, a net gain of 1 3-S & 1 l-2c. Cash grades were strong. No. 2 yellow finished ut 65 3-4 11 58 l-4c. Julv o.its went into the forties to day, the last of the futures to get out of the thirty cent class. High and low points for September w ere 41 1-2 fr 41 fi-H and 40 l-4e. with last sales 1 3-S(ft 1 1-2c up at 41 3-8c. Provisions uduanced mainly on ac count of the grain strength. Pork had risen list from close. 1 7 1 -2c mid the rest of the a (shade to 12 l-2c at the Nt tv York Kvclmiige. ("lib ago, June 20, Kxchnngo New York, 30c premium. St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, Jinn. 20. Wool unchang ed; medium grades combing and clothing. 1 8 tr 2t) l-2c: light, fine, 17 sfixr: heavy, line, lHi 15c; tub wash cdJ.'5 W0i' --. The Metal Markets. New York. Juno nonstandard cop per firm; Kpot, June, July, Angus! ami September. $ 1 2.30 1 2.4(1. London firm; spot, 57, 5s; futures. 157, 17s fitl. Arrivals reported at New York today 44 5 tons. Cost ton house re turns show exports or 1D.S27 tons mi far this month. Lake copper, $12.75 (IH 3.00; electrolytic, $12.62 l-2i 12.75 and caning, $12.37 1 -2 fir 1 2.50. Lead steady; $4.45 il 4.5U New Yolk; $ 4.30 H 4.40 Fast Ht, Louis. London, 113. (in 3d, (Spelter, strong'; $5.70 fi 5.90 New 4'ork; 15.5.1 Ac R. 75 Fast St. Louis. Lon don, 24, 12s, lid. Antimony, dull; I'ookson's, $!l.oo. Silver, 5;!e. .Mexican dollars, 45c. St. Louis, Louis Speller. June 20. Lead, firm; St. $ l.:7 l-2i 4.40. 55 ?.i 5.00. i-'pclti r. strong; $5.- The Livestock Markets. Kansas Clly Livestock. Kansas City. Julie 20. Cattle 1 ceipts, 10.000; market steady to strong. Native steers, $4,000 0.30, southern steers. $4.00'ii 5.00; southern cows and heifers. $2.50 (w LOO; native cows and heifers, $2.25 ft (i. 30; Block ers and feeders, $3.25 Hi, 5.1 5 ; bulls, $3.0014.75; calves. $ 1.00 in 7.50; west ern steers, $4.fi0i 610; western cows, $275 iff 4.75. Hogs IlitcelptH, ' 22,00(1; market strong to 5c higher, liulk of sales, $B.10f'l 11.20: heavy, $(i. 1 0 n (1.20; pack er.t and butchers, $(i,10i 6.25; light, $C.10(fcG.25. Sheep llecelpts, 13,000; market steady. Muttons, $3. 25 4.00; lambs. t!).S0 4' 7.00; fed wethers and yenrllngs IS. .10 ijf 4. 00; fed western ewes. $3.00 W 3.50. Clilonifo I'lo Mock. Chicago, June 20. Cnttlt lieeelpts 2.50(1; market steady. Deeves. , $4.90 c.50; Texas steers, $4.7lli 5.70: stickers antl feeders. $3.055.00; cows and heifers, $2.50 fa 5.90; cilves $(i,IO(f 8.00. a Hogs llecelpts. 15.000: nrirket steady. Light, HM'ili 0.40; mixed, $11,001 li. 40; Tieuvy, $5.90010.35; rough $5.11011(1.05; good lo chtdee heavy, Ifi.OSru 0..15: pigs, $5.(i51cC25; bulk o." salts, $(!. 251 6.35. Sheep liectipls. 15.000; market steady to (ttrong. Native, $2,501( 3.35; wtstern, $2,751(4.35; tturllngs, $1.10 4.95; lambs, native, $4,00 1 6.50; W 'Slern, $ 1.251 6.00. , HAVENER OLD TIMER AND RESPECTED CITIZEN PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY Si.rclid Itl.iialtll lo I In- Miirnlng .lourmill Havener, N. M.. June IS. F M. Davis, one of the old land marks of tills community, died quite suddenly lust night of heart failure at his home three miles east of Havener. Mr. liavis was one of the pioneers In this rofitnn, having located here about six years ago. .He was a hinlily respected citizen, iind was a hard worker. At the time of his death he wan engaged In working for the Simla Fe railroad. NOTHH TO CONTH ACTORS. Si H I id proposals ill he received at the office 1 ( tho "'own Clerk, Tow n of Farmiiigton, New Mexico, until 2 o'clock, p. m July a, 1H11. for the construction of u water works sys tem conslstlnc of a pumping plant, 300 gallons per minute, against 350' The Jopini IF FOR SALE. ;MI I -WOK. , . We have some lots, l'.usliiess lots. Investment lots. Lots of lots for b'ts of purposes. M'lXIAL lor Stih' K.i..INi: A ten-room home oil West Central, lot 100 by 300 feel. A beautiful home. .Must lie seen to be appreciacd. own er leaving the country is cause of this sacrifice. Foil KKNT A fine ranch on mesa, close in. flood house, outhuildings, shade and fruit, lleservoir and plet'y of water. Ideal place for chickens, liood proposition to right party. ixm si.r $3500 6-room, modern brick. High lands, close to Central; 50-foot lot, walks, screen porches, cellar. Cash or terms. $2500 4 -room and bath: two screen lion lies, cement walks. 50-foot lot, view house, Well finished. This in cludes all furniture, gas range and extra electric light fixtures. Fourth ward. Terms. $('.500 F.ight-room, modern, eomept, block, close in. corner lot, 5.0x150, cenient walks, lawn, shade, steam heat, sloping porch. $2600 Will buy a 5-room modern cottage in the bungalow district, near Central avenue. Fast front, full lot, gas, large porches. Pay like rent. 1200 4 . acres id' alfalfa, close In. . $1,"i00 5-room frame cottage, 2 screen porches, sink, electric lights, coiner 50x142, part cash, balance 8 per cent. 160 acres of rich land in the Panhan dle to trade for a 5-room modern home In AlbU(iieriUe. JOHN M. MOOKi: HI' ALTY CO. I-IKK INSt It AM I', l!i:L KKIWTK, LOANS AND AIISTK ACTS. 211 West (iold Ave. I'lionc 10. t55L 1- LOSTAwTiTl silver Watch between St Vincent Academe and Immacu late Conception church. Reward. LOST A oockotbook containing $11.00: contains a beavers card, a photograph and name of V. I it'll Cleaver. Finder return to New Mex ico Cigar Co. Howard. FOUND Fol'NK ISuneh of keys oil S. Arno st. owner may have thum at this office liv paying cost of nd. Foil SALF or trade. 3 1-4-lnch wag on. Desire a smaller one. 309 S. Proadwnv Matrimonial. SlA'nTTMoN7AL News llerlin 7 and 3 03 Fifth live., New York. Fstab 1 i s h; 1 dj N x :l V . - )S , I 'S. K d i t (T . WANTED TO RENT". WA.i'l'FD Cnfurnlshed house for 0110 y ji r, in jligiilancs, lonvonienl U I'niw.-rsiiy; tis ami 'fiirniictXi re circd. Applv Mis. Mcyneeii Grav, 710 K. Central. l')Sn'10NVVA?mnA rTrcTass' Japuntse cook wishes a position at hotel or faintly. Address, F., care Journal. ' VETERINARY SCHOOLS Session begins Sept. 15. C'ltalog mulled fiee. Pr. C. Keane, 1818 Mar ket street. San Francisco.''5 head, and er I hl nTii k i ft mi les of w -T- ,ter mains from 2 seconds to 10 stc 'onds diameter, a 150,000 gallon. Steel tank and tower, a concrete reservoir, etc. l'lds must be made upon blank forms furnished by the town for thai purpose. Proposals will be received :or the entire work or anv part thereof. Fiii'llic. information may lie obtain td at the oil Ice of the town clerk, town of Farmiiigton. New .Mexico, Hi nt th,. office of O. M. Houston, con sulting engineer. 4H!l Kiiiitulilc 1 1 11 1 1.1 -ing, Iienver, Colorado. A set of plans and specifications will he furnished to prospective bid ders upon the deposit of $5.00 In cash, for which a receipt will be Is sued. I'pon the return of the set in good order, accompanied by receipt, Haiti anioiiiil will be returned. The board rt serves the right to re ject any or all proposals. By order of the Hoard of Trustees, town of Faiinington, New Mexico. W. A. HCNTKll, Chairman Hoard of Trustees. Attest: WALTKIt M. IMrilCIUJ, Town Cli rk. CI. AS. 1 1 1; ,M JMAT III M O N 1 A L, LEGAL NOTICES In the District Court, Eddy County, New Mexico. Francis t!. Tracy, trustee, plaintiff No. 1325 v. William 11. Gray, de fendant. xotici: or kpiuiai, .m.wii.u'S sam-:. AVhereiis, by virtue of a Una! decree entered In the Hoove cans? on the 17th day of March, 1911. the above dirfendant wag found to be indebted to the a'Mtvc-nuincd plaintiff In the Hum of $2,zul.3; and Whereas, a mortgage aecurlng mild indebtedness uprtn tho premises here inafter described was foreclosed and said premises ordorod aoldto satisfy said Indebtedness; 11 ml Whereas, the undersigned was ap pointed In said order by said court special muster to sell said premises and to mnko the purchaser thereof a co'nvoyitnce of the Haint" and report my proceedings back to the court for Its approval. , , Now, therefore, I, II. F. Christian, special muster, ns aforesaid, hereby give public notice that on the 31st day of July, 1911, at tho hour of 10 o'clock a, m., I will proei ed to sell I at public auction at the front court house door In Kddy county. New Mex 1"0, to the highest bidder for cash, the I'followlng described premises situated Mil F.ddy county, New Mexico, to-wlt, the NW 1-4 of tho SW 1-4 and all that portion of the SW 1-1 of the NW 1-4 lying West and south of the right of way of the Pecos Valley and North eastern Railway Company, all In See. 1, Twp. 23 H 11. 27 K N. M. V. M., and water rights. Witness my bund at Carlsbad. New Mexico, this 8th day of June, mil. II. F. CHRISTIAN, fi-11-21 special Muster. YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS Hjl UO.MT TO L G ruraltur. Plm . Ornc W.i.tn. .nd other ChAltala; on Balrl nd WinlMiH H.clpta. u Inw at lie Vd anil aa blt-h 1H a. Luana in nuliklr mad and atrlclly prlvala. Tuna n isuoti 10 on. j.ar !.. Oooda to iwi.talr la jour poaaasaion. Our rata a,r raa. cb!. Call and aea n. bafnr borrowing suamahlp tlck.ta to and from all Pr t th. wi.rld TMK MOISEIIOIU LOAN lUStfARiV. avnM I and t, Oraat blda, FBIVATB WKIiKlt OF UN XVHNiNOS MlVfc Waal Caulnal Itnu FOR SALE. I Soil 1-ro.nii, 2 story lii. k resi dence. hoUwator heat; lib. ward. jjt,-,00P7.rooin, stucco finisi, mod ern, hot water heat, lot 7".xH2, shade and shrubbery, good out! aildings. I OOll H-rooni, 2 story brick, mod ern, West Central, line locution; $1000 cash, balance 8 pi r cent, :12ml 7-room brick, modern, good shade, corner lot, XV. Copper avenue; terms. IS,-,!! 4. room frame, lot 100x1 42, S. Arno street; terms. $.-,00 3 -room frame, let 50x142, S. Arno St., good well. I, MM) 5-room frame, good buildings, coiner lot, S. Welter. KllllO 4-room frame, large out- lot, shade, near shops.; terms. 10NKY TO IiOW VIM) IXSl H.WCK A. FLEISCHER 1 1 South l'oiirlli SlHeel. l'litilH 07 I. Xet to New 1'ostoffltY ADVERTISING MEDIUM Advertisers: Tna (sTeat slate ot North Dakota offers unlimited oppor portunllles for business to classified advertisers. The recognized adver tising medium Is the Fargo Daily and Sunday Courier-News, the onlj seven day paper In the state and tho paper which carries the largest amount of classified advertising. The Courier-News covers North Dakota like a blanket; reaching all parts ol the atatn the dav of publication; It 1 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; litty cents per line per month. Address The Courier News, Fargo, N. ! ADVKUT1SKHS Indiana offers un limited opportunities for husiness to classified udvi,rtl.serH. A retiognlzetl advertising medium l.i the Daily and Trl-W'eekly 1 Onlerprlse, published at Nohlesvllle, and carrying the largest amount of cliiHsificxl busiin'ss In that sc'llon. The Fnterprise covers Ham. Ilton Counly thoroughly ' and is the medium to use to gel results. Hales, 1-2o per word; 6 . Insertions for the prlco of 5. Nothing. l.ikeii under 10c. Address, T1IK K.Tb.'Jl'l!lSF, Noblcs ville. Did. ' jraTEDj:: VvaNTKH Itooms with boara for couple, in private famlle. I!-29, care .Tournal. i' JBUSINS H.tti t&U WUKU Innerin ciaaslflet! ads. In 16 leading papers lo tht V. S. bend lor list. The Dake Ad vertlsing Agency, 432 S. Main St., L01 Angeles, or 11 Geary Si.. Sun Frao elsco. 1'UU SALK Clieap. lOslablished carpenter and contractors tdiop, c'Hilppcd with machinery, motor, etc. ll4V.(lold. Full WALK A sii.icssful rooming and boarding house, llusiness rea son. Owner leaving tlty. Answer X. V. 'A. Journal olfiee. FOR SALE Livestock. Poultry There are Ivwi Airdoinc tickets, at journal for 11. Vr. Uarcla, 10 14 John sireet. Call today. FOR SALK Sound horse, rubber tired canopy lop runabout nnd har ness. 024 Mountain lload. Ff)RSALI': Laving hens. 123 N Wa Iter st. FOR SALE- Two fret.lt J else cows: also $tioo Fverell piano; will go e'leao. W. W. Hit t lit r, phone 4 14. 3 1 y W. Central. FOR SALK Mv black - buggy horse, Tom; also harness nml buggy. Ouk ey Clifford, 401 N. Arno St. FOR SALK lltidsonio sorrel in. ire. . 'ears old; drives single or double; gentle; 15 hands high; weighs l.lno pounds. For further Information phono 60S, or call at Highland Liv ery. I'nmbrook Urns FUR SALK A good Jersey cow, three gallons of mlllt a day. 1-01 S. Wajtc FO;i SALK one handsome sorrel mure; 3 years old; 15 bands high: broke to drive single or double. Call at Hie red Imrn on Copper avenue or phone 147. FOR SALK My pony, buggy and outfit complete. Also Jersey now and 50 chickens. T. .1. Sawyer, K03 W. Tljeras. FOP. HALE LRgs, from the finest Chickens In town. Hulf Leghorns nd Iihodo island He Ik, $1.00 per IS eggs; t shipped, $1.50 per' 15 eggs. J. W. Allen. 1028, N. Stlt St., AlbU queroUe, N. M. Eggs delivered. TffiSALE Miscellaneous. lyTTTT'sLE -TUi 1 iibbtT-tiriiTTug . gy with good canopy top and set of harness: all in good condition, $50. 601 West Coal. FOR KALE buggy. W Hood second hand . II. Mi Million, 215 W'esl Hold. fi.iOO ACTo" deb Tei v "Truck" $25o"; also mid for $40n. Apply for full pur- lleulars 114 W.Jp.ld FOR SALE Sevelal good floor anil ivnll eases nnd lare lowei post card rack. Vann Drug Co.. cor. Hold ave. line mid Set 1. mi st. FOR BALKHirop-lo ad Singer ow Ing machine. Koi in 4, (Irani Hbn k. FOR ANY KIND ol good wines for family nso esll C. A. Ur.nido. J'hnne 702. Orders delivered to any house In city. I'rloes inoib rale. FOR KALE--C0101I set of can iir tools, 11 Imrgain ''.' S. High, I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 c 1210. Want C Something Good t ixii: si.i; 10 av to ranch, new r.-io,.ni house, new Palo, some alfalfa, good water right, on the main road, ltargain for .... S200U. itu i:i-:xt. 10-rooiii modem house. S baths. Fully furnished. llest location in cuy. Owner wants to leave for one ear. If ou want a idee home Ibis is it. Fire Insurant e. Loans. Porterficld Company I Sl West Cold. V ? V y V V ? V I A BARGAIN UIA IVVIII I I I Wit VI 1 1 HUIIIl4 211 N, 14th Street, Large 7A yard fruit and shaded. I "V trees, barn and other outv ! A buildings, hor sale at a A X x bargain, Inquire of ownery ntr: M ton r 1 .. 1 a. : j N, o career. x I ' ; KJIl KKNT Bai.ltary autl modern rooms Rio Grande, til W. Centre! FOH P.KNT To lady employed nice ly furnished front room with large closet In modern home. No other roomers and no children. Phone 1530. :C02 N. Fourth street. Call nftel D:30 p. 111. Foli KFNT Nice room; no sick: I u Hushed front 23 V. Copper. FOR KKNT Nicely f nrnlslied rooms all modern. No tick taken, SOS 1-2 West Centra. Full. HUNT Two roomj completely furnished for housekeeping; large sect-n porch, modern eonv eliieni t s. A . Coal. Uim.MS and furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 407 N. Second I street. I FUU 1UJNT Hooms. slngl,. or en j suite, also rooms for light house keeping, summer terms. 502 J -2 XV. ( 'cntnil. IfOU KKNT Uooms and lUht house I keeping rooms; modern. Westmln I ster. FUR KKNT Rooms for housekeep ing. Call at rear of 522 West Cen tral avenue. Foil RF.NT Furnished rooms; mod ern. 218 S. Walter. FOR KKNT Furnished rooms by day, week or month; also for light lions-keeping. Modern; near car line. 306 N. l'.roudway. INTKLLIi 1KNT. energetic women (o work I or WKLTON Co. Call be Iwei n I and 1'' tills morning. Miss I terry, Cralge Hotel. WANTED Competent gill for gen eral housework nnd cooking. Apply 023 W. Copper. ANTED Immediately, chamber maid atJUghlamlJIotcl. WANTED Competent .00k; family of two, Loekliart lialich. I'hone 712. WANTED A cook. 1 ; r 1 1 . 1 Avenue. Apply J Hi West WANTED A girl lor general house work and to assist In cooking. 809 W. Cooper. WANTED At the" Economist bright young woman as bundle wrapper. HELP WANTED Male. VVANTKD work on mountains. Joiirna I. Miller to tlo assessment two claims In the Sandla Address Miner. Morning MEN AND HOYS to learn aulomoblle repairing and driving, plumbing, bricklaying, electrical trade, civil en gineering, surveying In most practical way. our students earn $:i-?5n day. Positions secured. Satisfaction guar anteed. Cataloguo free. National School t,r Trades., 2110 W, Seventh, Los Angeles. WANTED A poHir to make trains for 1 fie ! 1:1 11 tl Ceiilralj'loteh COLBURN'S'EMPLOYMENT" 210 W. Silver Phone 354 WANTED At once, good lump cook; carpenters. HOUSE CANING. FOH general TIouso-clennliig anil stove repairing, call phone 770. J. H. Alexander. 317 W. Silver avn WANTED Miscellaneous. ' WANTED Tlum cotton ra atTc a pound st the Journal Office. WANTED Plain sowing to be done at home. 1121 Harebis Roitil. WANTED A loan of $12.01 Il good business property. Address p. O. flox 1H2. TIotc are two paslinie tickets at Journal 'for E. T. Eshelinnn, Hio.'i w. Frnll. Cull todiiv. FOR RENT Miscellaneous. IORSEHmHri!li;ror rent a mi "sale at Hlilion (inrclii's, No. 1 202 North Arno HI. FUR RENT- A line rain li on mesa, close In. Hood house, olltbillblinits, shade and fruit. Reservoir mid plenty ot water. Ideal place for ihb-ki iis. (looil proposliloii to right puny. John ,VL Moore Realty i oiiipnny. olum STORAGE. n Pianos, household good, etc., stored suf.My at ressonahl rules. Advunceg made. Phons 640. The Security 'A arehouse and Improve ment Co. Offices, roome 1 and 4. Grant Mock, Third street and Cen tral avenue. JF0R SALMwlbte. i OU SA1.L tltietl 4-room house, only $ I t?,",i. KOH l'.KNT (Jootl 5-room, modern house, $20 per month, water paid. Four-room house $11); water paid. 11 VF.-rooin furnished house, $.10 per month. Hood housekeeping rooms. M ci.i ctii.w oi:Ti:it HID Wexl Central Avonuo. IT ONLY TAKES $100.00 to buy a good four-room modern house, well located, 01m block from ar line. 1 in lance like rent. 1 i.o o m xsauki:, 2111 w. ;dti. Fi'U SALL 120 acre farm In lieu. dm count v, Arkansas; 70 acres In bearing apple trees, 8 to 12 years old and In line condition; good fi-room house and fair log horn; orchard level and fenced, balance lip timber; on 'phone and rural free delivery route, four miles from H. H. town, In Ideally beautiful location; 3 wells. Cash $3,000, balance to suit. For particu lars see A. J I. Morrison, Sturges ho- '.... III NT MlM-: I'H'is THUSF. MOMISU-4. 5, B nnd 7-ronm InniRalows. Mov,. right In and let voiir rent money iiay for the house. Home Jtealty conipany, 402 NV. Cen tra I. Ft i R SU.E-li ai i .'.t In i rons. 50 fruit trees, frame house, t lose in, $2,000 on terms. 4 0 acres of good land, 20 acres In Hops. A bargain for $1,400. S. 1. NYIEI. 207 W. Hold. FOR SALE 1 300 N. 2nd SI., new house and lot furnished,, mission; J mission swing, shade trees, sleeping tent, well, chicken bouse and yard, flock of nice fowls, etc.; no sickness; must be sold at once. $500 cash. For SALE A great bargain, 5-room bouse, lot 80 by 00 feet. Fourth ward; must go; $2,500. W. 11. Mc Milllon, 215 West Hold. FUR SALE' 47 acres F. S. Pat. under irrigation, 8 acres bearing apples late most marketable variety, 12 acres alfalfa, 700 two year old apple trees Starks Delicious nnd King David, adobe house balance land rich loam and adopted lo alfalfa, wheat or fruit, (.lichard equipped with heating sys tem. Crop this year will net $2,000.00. Price $.-.,500.00 cash. V. L. Wnlralh, Helen, N. M. Full SALK 105 hitch llne soll with water from 4 to IB feet all under fence, close to river with perfect iliaiimgc, no alklll, good grass. Easiest puinpiinr for Irrigation proposition In Rlu (Jrandti Vuley and absolutely the best land bargain In New .Mexico. Price $15.00 per aero. F. L. Wnlralh Helen, New Mexico. SPEt'l L. 'r Kjtli S.y.MIII! A leu-room In mo on West Ctntral, lot 100 by 300 fee!. A bt until 111 home Musi be seen lo be appreciated. Own er leaving Iho country Is cause of I! is snerlfice. John M. Moore Realty eoinpanv. KOJWIENT Neuily new four ruom house, modern, at 413 N. 7th St. Phono 1211. I-"' ill KENT Modern houses, 4 lo 8 rooms, furnished and unfurnished; also stoio rooms. W. 11. Me.Mllllon, 215 West Hold. FOR llENTJuly and August, six riMim modern furnished apartments. No sick. 103 S. Walter. . Fi 1 ll KN'T A "ranch bouse until March I, l're of rent For paitteu- lars t all at 2 lSWesl J ;obl jiviv Foil RENT Dwellings 4-room and bath: brick: all newly furnished, complete; 4 blinks li'om P. U. Has range, clc trio ligbls. porches. The Leader. 31 1 XV. Central. FOR RENT 4-rooiu collage furnish ed. Apply phono 712. FOR 'RENT Flat of nine rooms! modern; partly furnished; eoal and gas ranges, and many other things. Kllipilro Duko City Cleaners, 220 W. Hold. I' Ult RENT Model il five-room brick house, close 'in, $23.50, water paid. A. Mniitova, 10 S. 3rd. Foil RENT For suunm r, six-room house, furnished, modern; cheap lo right parly, 225 N. High. Foil RENT After June 1, the store room occupied by F. (i. Pratt's gro cery on Second street. Apply lo E. L. Medler 1'CiR RENT Ciittaguti. 2 lo 0 rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply W. V. Fulielle. 114 W. Coal. FOR RENT New three-room cot tagu, furnished; sleeping porch; on cnrljne. EnrpiirnJ 2k S. IvIKIi. FOR ll'ENT I 0 (7l N. 41 li St.. 5-room modern brick collage; s I'eeiien vnd shaded norches: I I 1 o trees, range I'onnecled, window shades, water paid; $22.50 per month, lmiulre otto Dleckman or Mrs. II. IL Tllton, 1015 N. 4th nt. I'OR RENT Reasonable, nicely fur. Mulled house. West Tl.'erns avenue, for summer; no Invalids; owtui would reserve one room, luqnliu 115 West' Central Ate', JFOR RENT Apartments. FOR IlENT Furrdsheiv fomns; also for light housekeeping. 820 South Third. FOR RENT-Two looms f urnlslied for light housekeeping. Hen-en porch. 415 N. Sixth slJ 1'uTl RE N T F i rsNe 1 1 1 .s fiiruislicd iipnrtiuciit; gas, elerlrie light, bulb. Very reasoiinhle rule lo good leiianl. Hiolie !I1H .MoXKV to loan on city real estate. A. Mmitoyn, I Ox H. Third. Mu'n kY to l.i i A N mi ood real e- lilt $400, $oo, $1,000, $2,000. V. tl. Mc.Mlllioti, 215 West Hold. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. " ' " h W. L I.RYAN. Attortiry-at-lAW. I Office In Flrtit Niien-tl Hank 8tl. Ing. AlonuutrxieN Jtl I JOH.N VI W ILKOS " I AttorneT-t-Ii. Rooms 15-1 7-1 H Crnmwei Bldt. Benrhone2871 Office Phorta 11TI GtOKtiK K. RLOCA Attorney. Room S-ll, Ptera Block Alb jT.ieroua. American Kiiretj Honda. DENTISTS, UH. J. K. KKAFf- Dental Surgeoa Rooms I S, Barnett Hulllin Piov . 7 ... Ari'ilntmonta mstla by mail. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. JU1LN J. MOHAN, M. I). I'liono 1057. Ilooma 21 and 2ft Harnett Bnlld'm DK. ( IIASA. I KAXK Kor, Xom, Throat and tangs. Harnett Itldg, Plume 1071 VI. M. CIIEVAILLIEK, At. . Practice limited to Dliessei of Women and Obstetrics. Consulta tions: '.I to 12 m; 2 to 4 p. m. Suite C, Cromwell bldg.. residence COS N. 12th st. Plum.' 34 2. A. O 8HOHTEL, M. D. Practice Umittd U Tuberculosis Hours: 10 to II nnnmr --1n Slate Vat'l Tl is PM. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. I'raetlco Limited In (iEMTO-l IUX AHY DISEASES llie Wiissciniaini ami egiiclil Tewts Salvarsan 'COB Administered State National Hank llulldlng, Albiitpierque. New Mexico. I 1 C. ltOHEIlT SMART TiiluTctiliMla ltotuix 1 anil .1, Wlililng llulltllng. llnurH: III to 12 ami 2 to 4. Tel. 8IH, JOHNS. MASON, M. D. Dlmsawa of Women nml Children, Suite. 11, (.rani Hlock. I'liono IBS. tioiOMoN i,. iirmofr, m. p. Physician nml Siireetm. Suite 9. Harnett Bldg. im. CTi.ni.Es KrrsEY Dentist. Wlililng Mil.. Albiiquerquit wTtJ. sriADllACll. M. I). Seclallst Fye, Ear, Now and Throat office wiirnxo ouhk ARTHUR WALKER lire Insuraniv, Secrciiiry Mutual llulldlng Aswu lndiin. I'liono IS95. 217 West Central Avenue. MEXICAN JEWELER. J. r. CASTILLO, Mexican Jeweler and Watch Repairer. 212 1-2 South 2nd St. fA?P5L2Sd!5!: W A N T K D 1 NiiTeTsTirilveT Two years In tho business. Two wagons. Albuquerque Farce! Delivery. Phone MESSENGERS QUICK PARCEL Delivery and Mess engers. Phones 601-502. I'rompt service. B ALDR I D G E LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builder's Supplies. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picturi Frame i Fyrth Street anl Copper Avo DAILY M ML Sl R It I'. A.M)ST.tf.a For Hie faiiiom Hot Springs of Jemes, N. M. Leaves AII'liiUerillO I. O iiveiy tiioi niiig nl 5 a. m. Tickets old at Viilo H'-i.ii . ::ni North First Street, I.WIMl (.lt(l. I'l'opi'letiir and Mail Contractor. 1 ( Hox 54, 1401 .i. HroiiiliMiy I'l.one K0i;. SANTA FE TIME TABLE (In Effect January 17. 111) WESTHOI N l Arrive Depr 1. Cal. Ei.ress ... 7:45p 8;J0p 8. Cul. Limited ....11:06a ll:S6f Met. A Cal. Et..lO:Ei.p ll:40p V.Cal. Fast Mail. .ll:60p i:.s'inoi nd Tourist Ex t:6Sp :H 4. Chi. Ltd 6:5p :vp 8. Euntern Ex 6.5F . 7:2Bp 10. Overland Ex. .. H:00a t:15t 11 I'nto Trains 09. Mex. Ex II:1 mr ei raso rass.. til 810. Kan. City A Chi. 5:05a Jill. Kan. City ft Chi. l:IPp Honwrll anil Amarlllo. Hit. Peens Val. Ex.. 111. Albu, Ex ll:ltp P. J. JOHNSON, Agent. , No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No No. No. 6M