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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1911.
iFIIIIIIICEIIIDCOf.lfilEICE (The Journal Wamit CoMmesl Z Jj ED if YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL H Wall Street. par vaU"'- -J2i-""- 1 v : . - - v : r j , - - fl : . United states bonds wore inu linnir. I B55ISS3lgSgg3agaMBBgSMBnnCS!SSSMEBLWMWMMiMgSg3aaSg iMBgaagM mimm,, -SJ L - oil. I . - - , ' - IB, New York, Juno 2S Under circum stances wliii'li apparently wore favor able to security values, tlie stock mar. ket today developed ; ;i reactionary tone. Crop new was distinctly favor able. The decision in the Harrimuii merger ease was regarded as highly ohcouiaglug and reports of Improve ment In business were received. An apptarnnee Oi strength vnj Imported at tlie opening b rises of 1 3-8 in both. Union Pacific and Southern Pa oifle and a point or less elsewhere, through- the list, . doforo trading was wolf under way, however, prices fell off quickly, cancelling many gains; Norfolk and AVestoru and Southern l'aelfie were strong consistently and were unaffected by the weakness which overtook almost all of the oth er standard stocks at the close. With the exception of Canadian Pacific and St. Paul, the leading rallrotd stoclta were steadier than some of the Indus trials. Atchison's Slay report showed a do orcase. In gross earnings of $.108,01)0 which was offset by economy of op erations, a saving of 1323. 000 In ex penses .leaving a- snmll not Increase. Statistics reported that operations in revenues of all the roads of the coun try last April decreased virtually five per cunt and operating expenses by the same per cent. The heaviest loss hi revenue was among the western roads. London's operations at this market wore larger than usual today. The stream of gold which has been flowing from South Africa to London tor scv oral months with few interruption was diverted today, Germany obtain- . iug.the bulk of the weekly shipment of $3,;r.0,00. Closing stocks: A II is Chalmers, pl'd. 30 Amalgamated Copper 70 American Agricultural 56 Vi American Beet Sugar 34 American. Can . . .-. 10-li American Cur & Foundry ..... 56-? American Cotton Oil 02 American Hide & Leather, pfd. 25,i American Ice Securities 22 American Linseca'.... 11 American Locomotive 42 American Smelting & Ref's. ... 80 Vi do. preferred 107 Am. Steel Foundries 4t American Sugar Refining , ...tt9? American Tel.. & Tel. .14S American Tobavcp, pfd, , 9(1 American Woolen 31 Vi Anaconda Mining Co. . . 40 Atchison U4ig ilo. preferred 105 Atlantic Coast Line 129 Hultlrnore & Uhio 108 'J Utthlchem Steel 53 Va llrooklyn Rapid Transit SOVi Canadian Pacific 241 U Central Leather 30 ?i dtt preferred ....... v . . -. .... 100 H Central of New 'Jersey ...280290 Chefitpeake & Ohio S4 Chicago & Alton 20 30 Chicago Great Western 23 Vi do. preferred 4 5? Chicago & North Western 148 Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul 18.7 ". C, c C. & St. Louis 67 Colorado Fuel & Iron ,.. 34 Colorado & Southern 51 v. Consolidated Oas 143 Corn Products 15 Hloitwarc & Hudson 17H4 I louver & Rio Orande 28 'i do. preferred . i . 07 Distillers' Securities 3H 'ne m H do. first preferred 57 14 do. ficeoml preferred. 4G Ccnera! j Electric 17 :nnt Northern pfd. ..138 Croat Northern Ore ('lis CI?; Illinois Central Hl',4 lliterborongh-Mct If, do. preferred 49 Inter Harvester .122 Inter-. Marine, pfd i' International Paper liy International Pump 4294 owa Central IS -......Mia nuuiuern ! do. preferred 60 - I'ai'lede Oas 10SJ 1oulsvllle & Nashville 1 ' 1 tj Minneapolis & St. Louis . S9V,tt33 Minn., St. P. & Sault Ste. M. ..140VS Missouri, Kansas & Texas .... 37 . "do. preferred 7 Missouri Pnelfie . 511 National nirtouit 137 N'atfonnl Lead '..,' '.; 50 " til'l. llys. of Mexico, 2d pfd. Zl New York Central ' 109 Now York, Ontario & Western 45ft Norfolk & Western 1 09 Vj North American . . . 74 Northern raeific i5 fuclfle Mall.. J; V(' I'tnnsylcania . . . ; ,lS4r.j ''cople's Oas 10C M l'iltsburg, C. C. & St. Louis 9t W Pittsburg Coal 2014 Prew.od Hted Car s I'ullmnn Pnlaee Car 1CU P.allway steel Spring S7W Heading ic nolmblle Steel "0 i lo. preferred 9514 "oek Island Co 33iJ dd. preferred 6r,K l-ouis & San. Fran. 2d pfd.' 4HH St. Louis Southwestern .. 3114 tl'i. preferred ....".!!' 71U floss Sheffield Steel ami-Iron -. .' 50 k"iHhern Pacific , 12-.v Southern Hallway "' 8J lo. preferred , j ;2 Tennessee Copper 4lU "-as ft Pacific ogu Toledo, St.-Louis & Wost. 21 . do. preferred 4jj ' i moii raeiriu ' . . . . do. preferred . . . l'lli,..! C3... .ISAM ' 94 4 -.nu muicj tteaity 7jtt 1'ilted Stales Itubber 40 tl I'nlted St.. .. k..i " ..2: "Hcd States Steel do. preferred 'Mnli r ..118H ,., "' 'cr v. .... nmi4 ..iia varnmiR cnenileal .... fir. i4 w r v:rr"1 : -""in .wuryiaud , jij it " ''StlnKhonse Klectrlo '' 75 i "ostern Union -. , - J "heeling ft Lake Kile- ju ''hlBh Vlley . Total salts for the day 621. K0(l t tiaros. ''' : 1 : Irregular. Total sales. I L II . ' " " I . l l j t D.'n:..: pu.l. FOR SAI F IPFPQriMfil PRflPFRTY I 0 A MQ I ' I CTnDAf!C I ' - I Boston Mining Stocks. llouei Amalgamated Coiper . Am'n. Zinc Load & 8111. . Arizona Commercial ... Atlantic ......... i . . , P.os. & Coil). & Sit. Mg. Kuttc Coalition Calumet & Arizona . . . Calumet & Hecla Centennial Copper llange Con. Co. . East Ilutte Cop. Mine . Franklin Ciiroux Consolidated ... ttranby Consolidated . . . Oreono Cnnnmw Isle Hoyalle (Copper) . Kerr Lake Uike Copper c .... ( ... , La Salle Copper Miami Copper Mohawk Nevada Consolidated . . . Ni pissing Jlines North Putter North Lake Old Dominion . . t O.tooola Parrot (Silver & Cop.) . Qnlncy Shannon . 31 ;o4 71 . 1714 CS . Ui .USVi 0 .470 14 61 !i 14Vi 13 . . 40 . 18 5 . 37 . 3'j ! 50 . 20 10 34 . 48 .103' . 12'4 . 73 1 1 Vi . 33 . 7H . 17U . 35 . 39 04 48 18 50 8 .113 Superior . . Superior ft Superior & Tamarack Hoston Mi'n. Pitts. Cop. . U. S. Km. Kef, & Mln. do. preferred Utah Consolidated . . . Utah Copper Co Winona , Wolverine ........... Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, June 2(1. 1-arcclv n the strength of e. big broad market In oats looay. every staple on change closed nt r net advanco Wheat 1 -2 g' 5-8 to 3-4c; corn, 1 1-8 511 1-4 to 1 5-8c and provisions 2 1-2 5 to 25c. Compatv ed with forty-eight hours previous, latest figures allowed oats had risen 1 3-4 to 2 3-S f'i 2 l-3c a bushel. , In the September option the range for the day was from 41 1-2 to 43 7-8 f't'4te. with last sales 2(2 l-8e net higher at 43 7-So for the day. The wheat trade was relatlvcl'v tamo but In the main firm. At ad vance n Liverpool occasioned by the nmallness of the Block on hand there and by a decrease In the amount on ocean passage helped bolster prices, but tho Ktrength of coarse grain hart an even greater 'bullish- influence. September fluctuated between 88 3-S and 89 1-2W89 R-80. with the close firm 3-4c up at 89'l-4'iR9 .I-80. Corn trnrlrrn nulit ihi.f ntl,.iitl,irt l 11 tno hot e ear weather southwest and to tho upheaval In tho oats crowd, September varied from 57 3-8 to 09c and closed firm at 58 7-8'SS9c, u net gain of 1-8&1 J-4e. Provisions in sympathy with the cereals, at the end of the day pork wag 17 1-2 to 25e more costly and other products dearer by 2 l-2e. St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, Juno 20. Wool, unchang ed: medium grades combing and clothing. 18'u20 l-Jc; light, fine. 17 19e; heavy, line, H'11 10c; tub wash ed, 25ii30c. New York Cotton. New York, Juno 26. Cotton do. ed steady at a ni t decline of 17 to 2S points on tuar months, but only to to four points net lower on new crop positions. The Metal Markets. New York, June 2t. Standard cop per, quiet; spot, June. July. August and September, 112. 25W 12.30. Lon don steady; spot, 57, JOs; futures, 58. Is, 3d. No arrivals were reporteA at New York toduy. Custom house returns show exports so far this month of 24,119 tons. Tike copper, 12.75y 13.00; electrolytic, J12.62 1-2 f-r 12.75, casting, 1 2.57 1-2 dM 2.50. Lead, quiet; $4.45'(S 4.50 New York; $4..1O4M.40 East St. Louis. London, 13. 7s. Cd. Spelter, steady; u.7K 5.90 New York; $6.55f 5.C5 Kast St. Louis. IaxV don, 24, 12s, fid. Local sales 1000, 000 pounds Fast St. Louis delivery at 15.57 1-2. ' Antimony, dull: Conkson's.' $8.50. Silver 52 5-4; Mexican dollars, 45o. , i St. l.nul-1 Kltcr. St! Louis, Juno 21. Lead, steady, $4.40. Spelter, easier; $5.62 1-2. The Livestock Markets. t'ldctiii'O I.lvcMock. Chicago, June 2B. Oallte-Kecolpt 26,000; market stendy to 10c lower. Beeves. $4.75(9 6.65; Texas steers, $4. 40W5.90: western steers, tt.S0tfS.70; rtneVera iill.l feedors. C 3.1 5 11 5.85: cows and heifers. SS.2S03.7S; calves. $5.7598.00. Hogs' Heeelpts.', 40.000: market steady to shade lower than Saturday's average. ' Light, $6.101 6.55; mixed, $.10S6.o5; heavy. $6.05? 6.47 1-2; rough, SQ.0S ti 6.20; good to choice, heavy. $H.20f8.47 1-2; pigs,1' $5.65 0.20 ;bulk of sales. $6.300. 8.40. Sheep Kecelpt. 25,000; market weak to 10c lower. Nutlve, $2.25i 4.50; -western. $2.409 4.06; yoarllngs, $3.90(9 4.60: lambs, nutlve, $3.75(t6. 75; western, $4.0fttf A.8.". Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City. June 26. Cattle lie. eelpts 7,000-.Market steady to strong. Native steers, $4.80 (fr (.50; southern slccf. $.1.75 5.75; 'aouthern eows and heifers, $2.75fr4.5Q; native cows nd heifers. $2.25616.10: stnikers and foolers. t!.505.10: bulls, $3.00?i $4.75; calves, $4.0fi7.25; western rteers. $4.756.10;.- Western enw S2.T54.75. t " Hogg', Heeelpts, 11,1(00; market steady. Hulk) oT sales, $6.20 'u 6. SO; heavy, tfi.lSffi .;: r-.ulters and but- , KUII1U 1 I 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 J ULUVjRiI. I " I - - - ----- l, - , f vriWIir-lMte Kent receipts are good to start a lire, that's nil. Don't rny rent! Buy a home! A little down. The rent In installments. Firtt thins you know, Its' yours! SPKCIAL $:itui0 Lot 75x142, close In. with 8 room, modern house, cellar and sub-cellar. . House tost over $S00U . to build. Lots are worth $3000. These are facts! ixmsu.i: 1 $2600 Will buy 11 five-room modern cottage In the bungalow district, near Central avenue. I'last front, full lot. gas, large porches. Pay like rent. $2500 4-room ami 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.. $6500 KIght-room, modern, cement, block, close in, corner lot, 60x150, cement wulks; lawn, shade, steam heat, sleeping porch. $5000- A ten-room homo on West Central, lot 100 by 300 feet. A beau tiful homo. Must be ceii to be ap preciated. Owner leaving the coun . try Is the cause of this sacrifice. $1500 5-room frame cottage, 2 hereon porches, sink! -electric) lights, corner 50x142, part cush, balance S per cent. . .. 1GQ acres of rich land in tho Panhan dle to trade for a 5-room modern home in Albuiimrmio, JOIIV M. MOOKK K MA LTV CO. I I 111 0 lNSt ltWCi;. ltF.AI, MST.VIT, H).NS AM) AHSTK.MTS. 211 We-I tiolil Ave. Plume HI. chefs, $0.20 i( 6.32 1-i; lights, $ti.20'ui S.30. Sheep Heeelpts, 8,000; market steady; muttons, $3.25 dj .00: lambs, j.50f t).5; led wethers and year lings, $3.604i 476; fed western ewes, $2.503.00. Gilbert's Place in Literature. Sir W. S. Gilbert's place In literature Is not the most Interesting question that many other people will ask them selves abrtut him. It is rather what would their memories,, since they came to manhood and womanhood, have been If there had been no "Hah Hal lads"; If "Pinafore," "patience," lolanthe' and "The Pirates of Pen zance had never been produced; if there had been no Ksvoy operas? Was Gilbert a poet or Sullivan a musician. as the cognoscenti understand It, is unimportant to those, and they ure not necessarily without refinement and culture, who for it quarter of a cen tury found In (iilbert and Sullivan the most charming amusement, and feel themselves now dowered by them with their most treasured reminiscen ces. Gilbert Is one of those rare au thors whose vnno'ij) vorkj an elates or ones own lite.'To be this for one's contemporaries seems better limn any amount of posthumous fame. Satur day Itevlew, Journal Want Ads, Get Results. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICK (K SALfi Territory of New Mexico, County of , Lhavos. In the District Court. No. 2048. Southwestern Havings, Limn & liuihl lng Assoelatlon of Las A'egas. New Mexico, plulntirr. vs. Henry M. Jones and Jursie Jones. De- feiidauls. Public notice is herebv given that I. the undersigned SpeclaJ Master, by virtue of a judgment mid decree ren dered on the f.th day of .lune. 1911. in the district court of Chaves county, New Mexico, in the above entitled and numbered cause, will on the 16th dav of Augubt, 1911. at the hour of II o'clock a. m.. t the front door of the llaiillieur I Hock, nt the northwest cor. m r of Alain and First streets in Kos well, New Mexico, the said (laiillieiir mock now being used us a courthouse In Hot well, Chaves county. Now Mex ico, on or for sale and sell for cash to tlie highest bidder to satisfy tho sum ol $498.13 which with Interest to August tth, 1911. will amount to $509.75. said sum of $498.1 3 bdng tlie amount of judgment rendered In tho above entitled cause, also to satis fy the costs of the court In said cause and tho costs of this sale, the follow ing real estate situate In llagerman, Chaves county. New Mexico, to wit: "Lots numbers Two (2), Four (4) nd Six (6). in Hlock number 15 in the town of llaucrman. Chaves coun ty. New Mexico, according to the map of said town or llageriuan, Chaves county. N. M.. tiled In the ofllee of the probute': clerk and cx-oll)clo re corder of said county October 31st, 1SU4, reference to which is hereby made, said block being situale on the southwest quarter of the southeast uuarter. of section 10 In township II south of range- 21! east.'' Also Ten (10) shares of class "F" forty-cent stock, ctirtllleale number 2324, Issued by plaintiff to drfeinlant lleurv M. Jones and assigned by said defendant to plaintiff us collateral se curity. The judgment aforevald was ren dered, upon a certain note dated Oc tober &1I1. 1906, in the principal mim of $300. made ami executed by said Henry: M. onos find Jursio Jones, se cured by 0 mortgage bearing evep date therewith r.nd covering the prop erly 'hereinbefore described, suld mortgage also being executed by said Henry M. Jones and Jursie Jones and being the mortgage foreclosed by suid decree, . Witness my hand at Koswell. New Mexico, this 17th dav of June, 1911. , H. M.. Dt (W, Special Maste r. .Tune 20-27. NOTICK OK KALK. Territory of Netv Mexico, County of Chaves, in the District Court. No, 2047. Southwestern Savings. Loan A Uiilld ing Association, of j.fts Vegas, New Mexico. Plaintiff. vs. Tina Kddloman, Lee PMilleinaii and Charles A. Methven. Defendants. Public notice is herebv given that I, the undersigned special master, by virtue of .judgment and decree ren tiered on the 5th line of Julie, 1911, In the district court of Chaves county. New Mexico in tlie above entitled and numbered cause, will on the Kith day of August, 191 1, at th hour of 10 o'clock n, m,, at the front door of the Oaulllcor Hlock at tho northwest cor ner or Jlaln nii'I First street In Ron. wefl. New Mexico, the S'Ud Oaullletit Hlock pow being used as the court house, in Konuull, Chaves county, ew MOMBT TO UlA."l. 6a Faraltnr. PKnia. Organ, Bnn. Waron nd eth.r Cbkttaii: tito oa a.Ukriaa lid W.nlvniH ltNiipU, ulnw at ts aa nhth aa $1S . Loan, ara qaicklr nuM and airlcclv arivata. nmona muniu ia in yar lTn. Oioda 10 ranatc In four aoaieaaioa. Our fataa ara tvaaoaabla. Call and aaa a bafor borrowing, gtaamahlg tick. ia ts and from all porta uf th wurtd. U UOl'MBIIOLO 10AN COMPACT, Bawava aad , (iraat Bldf, ( PBtVAH Orj'HKii OPBN JCTBNiNOt. MtH W Cantnil AvNN, FOR SALE. I Kl 10 S-room, 2 story brick resl denco. hot water heat; 4th. ward. $,)IMMV 7-room, ntucco finish, mod em, hot water heat, lot 75x142, shade 11 ml shrubbery, good outbuildings. 40ot 9-rooiii, 2 ftory brick, mod em. West Central, line locution; $1000 cash, balance 8 per cent. Utm 7-room brick, modern, good shade, corner lot, W. Copper avenue; terms. 1350 4-room frame, lot 100x112, S. Aruo street; terms. $500 3-room frame, lot 50x142, S. A mo St., good well. I5(K 5-rooni frame, good buildings, comer lot, S. Welter, $UllO 4-room frame,' largo out- lot. shade, near shops: terms. MONEY TO U)AN riKt: insi n.wcK A, FLEISCHER 1 1 South Fourth Street. Phono 7I. Next lo New Vostoffitv Advertisers: The treat state ol North Dakota offers urlimltcd oppor portunltics for business to classified advertisers. The recognized adver tising; medium is tho Fargo Hall; and Sunday Courier-News, the only seven day paper In the state and the paper which carries the largest amount of classified advertising. The Courier-News covers North Dakota like a blanket; reaching all parts of the etau the dav of publication; it U 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 eents per lint per month. Address The Courier News. Fargo, N. Ii. ADVKRT1SERR Indiana, offers un - iinuicu oppot uiiuuen ior ousiiifHB to classified advertisers. A recognized advertising medium, is tho Dally and Tri-Weekly IJntorpilse, published at Noblesville, and carrying the largest amount of classified business in that section. The Enterprise covers Ham. llton County thoroughly and Is the medium to use to get results. Haten, l-2e per word; t insertions for tho price ore.'' N6thlng:tinien under 10c. Address. THE KNTWRPltLSi;, Noblcs ville. Ind. .'.. FOR SALELiyestock, poultry l't'U SALIC My black buggy horse, Tom; also harness and buggy. Oak ey Clifford, 401 N. Arno St. FOR. 8ALU Xlco ypung Jerwey cotv, $70. Dr. HronsoH. FOR WALK 'j wo fresh Jersev cows; also $00 Kverolt piano. Will go cheap. W.. W. llleteher, phone 414. 3 1 aW. Cent ral. Foil KALK A good family horse, rubber-tired run-about anil bar nets. Can be seep at Highland 1 ,1 v -ory. O. L. .McMillan. F11R KALK lm- gentle riding ami driving pony and one cow giving I 1-2 gallons of milk per day. Call at mil N. Slh. FOR KALI Collie pups, doff Smith. W. Copper. Fni: KALK Slylh-h. liorse; rubber tired htiggy und harness, !t2t Moun tain Road. FOR SALK Pony. 1204 S. Kdllh. will ride or drive. Foil SALK One haiidsomi, soriwl 1,1,, 't ,..... ..1,1- If. I I.. 1. !..!.. '.,,,, , u , o.i 1 n ,t,i 1 ti 1,11 in iiiuti. at Hit! red barn on Copper uvcnui! or pnone 147. FOR SALK My pony, buggy and outfit complete. Also Jersey cow and 60 ohii kens. T. J. Sawyer, 803 W. Tijeras. . . FOR HALIj l-HK, fiom the Hnest ' chli'kens in town. Ruff Leghorns and Rhode Island Reds, $1.00 per IS egg; If shipped. $1.50 per 1C eggs. J. .V. Allen. 1028. N. 8th St., Albu querque, N. M. JSggs delivered. LEGALNQTICES Mexico, oITfoTsalo iiToTHdTToTTioHh to Hie highest bidder, to satisfy the sum or II, 453.32 which with interest to August lth, 1!UI. wilt amount to 1,4H7.23. said sum of 1.45;i.:i2 being the amount of judgment rendered In ilm above entitled cause, also to sat Isfy thn,ooetn of the court in said cause and the ousts of this sale, the following real estate, situate in Chav es county. New Mexico, to-.ll: "Peglnning ut a point on the west line of Colon avenue which Is north 42 loot ami east 9 loot more or less from the southeast corner of the southwest (puiiter of the northwest quarter of section 32, .township 10 south, of range 21 oust; thence north along said west line, uf Cnlon nseliue 325 feel; theneo wi st 41 feel mom or less to a tract of land heretofore sold lo Stark Rrothers; ihenee nohIIi ahum said Stark Rrothers tract 325 foot; thence east 45 feel to the place of be ginning; being a pin t of the souh half of the northwest tiualter of seel Ion .12 in townshi'i 10 south of range 24 cast.'- Also nine CO rh'H'oH of Class "F" 40 cent flock, certificate mtmtier '2391, Issued by plaintiff to defendant una l.uillvmnn and assigned by said defendant to plaintiff as collateral se curity. The judgment aforesaid was render ed upon a certain note dated May 24th 1907, in the principal sum of $000, made and executed by said Tina Kd dltiman, and I.c Kddlcmun, secured by 11 mortgage bearing even date therewith and covering the property hereinbefore described, snld mortgage nlso belntr evecuted by said Tina Ktl-dli.-iiiun ami Lee Kiblleman, and being the hiortftugc foreclosed by snld de cree. '..,.. Wilhosa mv hand- at Roswcll, Now toetlrn, this 17ti day of June, 191 j. '. II, M ( W, Sp till Master, June-20-27. broke to .Into sinuln or doul.l.,. ',.lll,u'" ",t-l ""'irdHig house. J'llvllege t NEVER BEFORE v Hate we had such good homes at so low a price and so easy terms us we have now. When ou can buy a 5-ronm modern house N F.Alt 1 ANI GOOD LOCATION lor $1S00, small payment cash and bal ance by the month it is a snap. Fire Insurance, Loans. I Porterfield Company I 216 West Gold. ' , 4M444M441 IV)K 1U.NT One nlialy furnished room, dose lm Apply 112 Y. Loud IIMIHIC. FOR RENT eauttarj muo. modern rooms Rio Orande. Ill W. Central ROOMS 404 N. Second. J' tiTrRF. NfbTnrng' r JmirunFkiulv on of Helen hotel, also room fur bur her shop. Address Helen hotel, Helen N. M, FOll RKNT Attractive rooms in new bungalow on car line. Phono 114S. toil lih.M Nicely furnlsl-.ed rooms all modern. No sick taken, 508 1-3 West Ceutril. MOOKRN furnished rooms, drant Rldg., 303 1-2 West Central ave nue. Hummer rates. MODERN furnished rooms. Crant Bldg., 303 1-2 West Central ave nue. Summer rates. FOR RKNT 3 unfurnished rooms for housekeeping; modern convent ences; $fi per month to good tenant. I Lloyd llunsaker, 204 W. Hold. FOR KENT Furnished rooms In modern home; up-to-date in every way; summer juices; car stops at j ln ,r- ''"' tlU '2"i St. run JtriN'F Rooms, single or en suite, also looms for light house keeping, summer terms. 502 1-2 W Central. FOR RliNT Delightful room for lady or gentleman In refined home; 2 blocks from Central. 510 West Tljcras. FOR RKNT Rooms and Udht house keeping rooms; modem, Westmin ster. FOR RKNT Rooms for housekeep- ing. Call ut rear of 022 West Cin tral avenue. FOR 1 1 K NT Modern rooms, furnish ed, suitable for married couple; board if desired. 624 S. Third. FOR RKNT Furnished rooms; mod ern. 21$ R Walter. j FOR RKNT Two nicely furnished rooms, in private homo to gentlemen 'only. All modern conveniences, tin cur line. Telephone 75X. ! ..HELP WANTEDFemale. 1 1NTKLL1GKNT. entTgTtTirummrio j work fnr WKLTUN (ti. Call 1 twoen Si and 12 this mon.ing. Miss I Herr.v, Cfaigo Hotel. WANTKD Kxpcrienccd help lor gen 1 ' ral hoiin wiri k. k:'3 W. Cold av. A I WANTKD Itnmcdiatch chamber- 1 mabl at Highland Hotel. I WANTKD Competent ook; jiimily of two. Lockbart Ranch. J'lionc "12. - HELP WANTED -Male. iTlTl.p W A vFk I J'Kxpeririieed"i'na li nger to take oomph 'It charge ol , .. . ... .. ... of buying, mil. Address No. 7, care Jour- WANTKD Milker. Apply 150 West Central. COLBURN'S EMPLOYMENT 210 W. Silver Phone 354 WANTKD Two women cooks small hotels and woman for general lioune work.' all out of city. Pllo driver, en gliieer ami carpenters, It. R. WNJED-flos. WANTKD Rooms with bourn for couple, in private fumllv. H-21), care Journal. ANTED Miscdlaneous. " WN'TRTJTloiitr a poundfUie Jmirnal Orflce WANTKD Sewing, either at hoinn or out by the tiny. Inqniro at Slate hotel. Phone 1062. WANTKD Pupils for cluss form Inn July 1st In pyrogrupliy, und china ami oil painting. Cull afler iioons, 610 N. 2nd St. ' , WANTKI)--i'luin newliig to bo done nt home. 1121 I tardus Road. WAN'I'KD- A loan of 112,000 oil good . nusineis property. AdttrcM i", o, Hox - SVANTKD TO 1 !U V A lew largo, pot plants etitl about It worth of cut flowers every other day. Address Plunts, Journal tifilce. jUSINESS CHANCEST""" XTif, PKltoinCTns7traairi? ads. In It leading; papers Id th 0. S. Bend for tint. The Dake Ad vertlstna; Agency. 411 8. Main 8t., to Angeles, or 12 Oeary 81, fian Fran FOR RENT Miscellaneous. iVoRfiK.S and Rigs for rent nnd"Va"lo nt Blmon Onroia. Wo. 1202 North Arno St. WANTED TO RENT. WANTKD To rent by newly miurlml couple, two or three modernly fiirolibeil rAi.tn'' With b.itb. iMi,-.s N. A t,. Morning Journal. " ' WANXtD Piano, household foods, etc.. stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Phone 140. The Security Warehouse and Improve ment Co. Offices, rooms I and 4, Orant block. Third street and Cen tral avenue. FOR SALE Real Estate. GOOD BUSINESS BUY . A good general store business in a finall town with good surrounding country. The only store In the town. Ciood chance for tno right party to make some money. mti.i'ohax ii:.ti;h, 3111 xt Central Avenue. . Ft) It SAt.K Flrsl-tlass. 5-rooin homo; good locution; close in; 50 foot bt; liast front." Only, $2,100. LLOYD IICNSAKER. 204 W, Uold. Fl'lt SALK K0 acre farm in lieu ton county, Arkansas; '0 acres In bearing apple trees, S. to 12 years old and tin fine condition; good 6-100111 house and flr log barn; orchard level and fenced, balance in timber; , on 'phone ami rural free delivery route, four miles from R. R. town, in Ideally beautiful locution; wells. Cash $3,000, balance to suit. For particu lars see A. II. Morrison, Sturges ho tel. . - . FOR B,vCfi-l3irN. 6ntfHC, net house ami lot furnished,, mission; mission swing, shade trees, sleeping lent, well, chicken house and yard, flock of nice fowls, etc: uo sioknesn; must be sold at once. S500 cash. I'DK KALK 5-rt.om house, lot sex 190, 4th ward; (heap, $2,600; must go. W. If. MeMllllon,215W. Oold. FOR 8ALK House nm: iot, chtap If taken at once. 1123 South Hrond- way. FOR SALK 47 ocres C. S. Pat. under irrigation,. C acres bearing apples late most marketable variety, 12 acres airalfa. 700 .two year old apple trees Storks Delicious and King David, adobe house balance land rich loam and atlopted lo alfalfa, wheat or fruit. Orchard equipped with heating sys tem. Crop this year will net $2,000.00. Price $5,500.00 cnh. F. L. Walrnth, Helen, X' M.' FOR SAL K 1 05 ocrys line'mTirwUh water' from 4 lo 15 feet all under fence, close to river with perfect diainage, no alkill, good grass. Easiest pumping for irrigation proposition ln Rio lirundo Valley and absolutely the best land bargain In New Mexico Price $15.00 per acre. F. L. AValrath Helen. New Mexico. - FOR RENT DwellingsT FOR RKNT Nearly new four roon house, modern, at 413 N. 7 1 la St. Phono 1 2 IV FOR1' RKNT Hor Two tir Three month, complelely furnished house. 406 South Hroatlway. FOR RKNT 3-room modern iiouse, furnished. 410 H. Fourth. Impilre 3 0 3 1-2 West Central, room 5. FOR RKNT 3-room modern house, furnished. 410 S. Fuiiith. Inquire 303 1-2 West Cclitenl, room 5. FOR It ISN'T Two-room furnished cottage, fWlth sleeping porch, $12. 1 204 S. Kdllh. Foil RKNT .vlei-ly I ui'iusliiii four- room bungalotv, fine sleeping porch. 614 S. Walter. Apply 40(1 S. Walter. FORRKNTri-ruilm model niieu ly fin'shetl, completely furnished house. :: I" W. Iron, l'lmne tiCI. FOR RKNT Duohli.gs. 4-rooiit and bath; brick; all newly furnished complete; 4 blocks fi"om P. O. Oas range, electric lights. Porches. The Leader. 31 1 v. Central. FOR RKNT -4-rmiiii cottage furnish ed. 'Apply phone 712. FOR RKNT Flat of nine rooms; modern; jmrtly furnished; eoul and gas ranges, und iiuiny other things. Enquire Duke Citv Cleaners, 220 W. Oold. Foil RENT For bummer, six-room house, luriiisiierl, modern; cheap to right party. 225 N. High. FOR RKNT After June 1, tho store room occupied by K. U. Pratt's gro cery on Socond street. Apply to E. H. Medler FOR RKNT Collage. 2 lo 6 rooms. furnished or unfurnished. Apply W. V. Fillrelle, 1I4JIV. Coal. FOR i! K N T I i en so n a'b I e""li I coly" f u . nlshed house, West Tlrns avenue, for summer; no Invalids; owner would reserve one room, liiipilio 115 West Central Ave. , F?5v5ENT Apartments. FOR RENT ' Fursiie&ooms; ahto for light housekeeping:. 820 South Third. . FOR ItKNT-T for liubt li 'r, r,iii,nj t'tiMiiuli.wl hnusekeepllig, Scrocn porch. 415 N. Sixth st TWO furnished housekeeping rooms; modern: lun ' otilranees; large pnreh; close In; 4:!(l Maniuelte, FOR SALE Miscellaneous. FOR SAI.K or t rii ilc. A I -4 -Inch uiik smaller one. ;ifl S. on. Desire u l.troadway CIDtCR Wri'Hul T Al'Pl.KS A th 11 eloiih und heulthful drink that ia easily made. If made In the evening it will bo ready for uho the nest day. Recipe. 2"c. J. Anderson, !U2 1-2 W. Modi, Oklahoma City. FOR SAKK Two book cases. Apply 1015 v. Tijeras. FOR SAl.K iR RKNT Kxeellelil p. ano, praetlcully new; reasonable rates, A. II. Rerknagel. Phone 1141. FOR SALK Small hnlol, nt once; good paving iiroposlllon, best trade ntnl lotatinn. For piirtlculars address rtox 1 2JI, llonirntik. Arls, Ff ill SALIC broii-head "singer "sew ing mochlnn. Room 4, flrnnt Hlodt. Ft)R SALIC flood set of carpoiut.r tools, a bargain. 022 H. High, phono 140 VET Eft IN A R Y SC H 0 0 LS S. F. VRTF.RtVARY Pelleet. "or.1nn Ix I'.in Sept, I f.tli, Cnlnlott free. Dr, C. Krone, ISIS Market St., . V, , PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS K. Mr. U. BRYAN Attorny-et-iA. Offle In First National Bank Ball In. Albuquerque. N. V 10H3 W. WIION Attoroer-t-Iw. Room 15-17-1$ Cromwell Bldf. Ree. JPhonn 14 ST. Office Phone 11T GKOKGK a KIXK-K " Attorney. Rooms $-. 8tero Block. Albuquerque. . . . . American fturetj Bonds. dentists: lm. j. m. k hah Dental 8uron. Rooms t-S, Barnett HullllnR. Phoa .. T44 . Appointments msrta b trait. PH Y S I AN SAN iTSU R6E0 Ns! Phone 1057. Hooma 21 and SA Barnett HolldinC 1)14. C HA. A. J RANK tar, Throat ant Lnnc. Barnett Rldg, Phone I07 ADA M. CHKVAILLlElC I. D. " PracUce limited to Diseases of Women and Obstetrics. Consulta tions; 9 to 12 m: 2 to 4 p. m. Suite 9, Cromwell bldg.. resldencu But! N. 12th St. Phone 342. A. U. 6HOKTKL, M. D Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours: 10 to II. Know n tit Kafl Bunk WMr W.r M. SHERIDAN, M. D. I'rai tlce Limited to tJICNITO-l R1XARY D1SKASES The Wassernianii nutl Ncgutiil Testa Salvarsan "806" Administered State National Hank Hulldinif, Allmquerqiir. Now Slexleo. DR. lfoiltn5TKt.Rt fubmmioei; Roonw 1 and 3, Whlttii HiilldinK. Hours; 10 to ia ami 2 to 4. TeL 24. JOHN S. MASON, M. D. , Hlseasa of Women and Children, Sulfa II, Grant Rlmk. Plmno IBS, t soi.oft) l, m-mojT, r. d. l'hylelun ami Surgeon. Suite . Rarnett Bldg, DR. CHARLES KELSEY Dentist. Whltlna; BMir, Alhuqnerqoe. w. a. kilVdhach, i. b. " )eclall8t Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat. office vnirnNo nixicu ARTHUR WALKER F1r Insurance), Secretary Mutual Building Assoelalloii. Phone 598. 217', Went Central Avenue. MEXICAN JEWELER. J. C. CASTILLO, Mexican Jeweler and Watch Repairer. 212 1-3 South 2nd St. WANTEDamdTto"" years In the business. Two wagons. Albuquerque Tared Delivery. Phone MESSENGERS QUICK PARCEL Delivery and Mesa engers. Phones 501-502. Prompt ervlce. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builder's Supplies. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON Fiurth for Plcjun Frames Street ml Copper Avi DUI.V MAIL sl RMt K AM) STA013 For the famous llol Spritigg of Jemez, N. SI, Leaves A lbuiUcriUO P. O. every murmtig at a. in. Tickets sold Bt A'slii Urns., SOY North First Street, (JAVI.NO tiAIH Proprietor and Mnll Contractor. P. O. Hox 64, 143 S. Hroatlway. Phonu 1200. SANTA FE.TIME TABLE 1 (InEffectJanuarrl7.ini.) WrcSTIiOlNI) ArnreOeirl No. 1. Cat. Eipress ... 7:45p :IOp N'o.a.Cnl. I.lmllnfl 1 1 : nt, 1 1 ! Ca No. , Mex. A Cal. Ex..l0:Dlip 11:400 No. . Cal. ran Mall. .11:600 11:41 EASTHOL'ND No. 1. Tourist Ex. .... l:66o f:'4 No. 4. Chi. Ltd. ...... S:18d l:vl No. g. Kantern Ex :, 7iJSp No. 10. Overland Ex. .. 11:00a !:!( l:i Paso Tralim No. 09. Met. EI. .... tlllM No. IIS :i Pa no Pass.. i! la- No. 810. Kan. Cttv rhl. Iirtf.a No. 118. Kan. City A Chi. I:tip iiosvteil and AmorUlo. No.'::,- tor Val Sx.. til N.eia.. bti. ix llttla J. JOHNSON, Agent. f