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THE ALBL'CUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1.191'.
1 FINANCE AND CGlilmERGE i S Wall Street X,v York. Ausr. 31. Following a .h..rp rie at the opening of the mar ,, t and sulfeipient recession, stocks m.i.,t in :'. narrow ruuxc today. Trail -,.. was aimless nd uaders With in it I . t lit. l'u.sines.s loll to the small , vi proportions of several day. ITe-sure was asain directed against Lehigh V illry to a marked extent unci at i.iip time durin;; the day the stoci; tell six points fiora the hih mark of ilie session. It v. as said htddinKs of :t I r-'ii intori st in the property had Lull thrown on the market. loiter in the day Amalgamated ("op. I r attacked in Yiiueh the .same manner relapiiiK nearly two points. Tlie similarity in the tuo movements -ave rise to the liclief that hoth were bear raids. Intended to facilitate short ti.vei'inu. Lehigh Valley's bottom price of the day iis (he lowest of the year. Inler en st continued to turn largely on the prnspeets of strikes on the ilarrhnar and idler lines. t S.miities of hoth Krcnt corporations axainst which the supreme court en tered (helves ill the anti-trust suits H, iv active today. Transfer hooks of the Sla lulu til "il company closed to day and transactions in this stock" in the outside market were consequent ly for tu-di only. A"- nlfcr was made i.f nio for the stock "c.x-suhsldiaries'' I, ill tiadcrs refused to deal in the is.aie on tln se terms until a hetttr op p.itnnity is presented of dcterminini? their value. Vaiioim plans were afoot today to prevent violent fluctuations In quota li.ms tomorrow hut at the close of the day it was uncertain what course IIih tiadiiiK would lake. American To--lian o securities Wore Mroni? throniih oiit (he ses.sioti. t'lo.xinff stocks: .Mils Chalmers pld Amalgamated Copper . . . American Agricultural . . . American Meet Sugar . . . American Can American Car & Foundry American Cotton Oil American Hide & Leather 17 57i r.o i '!: it5 . 4S r.i'-i 17 'A plil. American American American American .1m. ,fd. Am. Steel Ice Securities Linseed s tj Locomotive ... 34 '4 .. OS's ...101 ... 31 U ...nr. . . .133 ' i ... 91 'i 2"i 2!) . . . 34 . . . 103 ... i tn . . . 1 20 Vi . . . 100 . . . 29 smelting & ltef'ic. Foundries American Muftur Kefinin,? American Tel. & Tel. . . . American Tohaeeo pfd. . . . American Woolen Anaconda M inins Co. . . . Atchison . , do. pfd AIL'tnti? Coast Line Ilaltimnrc At Ohio lit lliletlcm Steel r.ronklyn llapid Transit . Canadian I'aciflo Central Leather do. pfd Centra! of New Jersey .. ChiKipenko & Ohio Chicago & Alton ( liicano (Ireat Western ... do. pfd ChieaKo & North Western ChlcuHO. Mil. & St. Paul . C C. C. & St. Louis . . . 230 'i 23 li 114 'j 2S0(fi: 2S0 70 -i; . ls-iris 18 ii6 ....MOli 1 1 3 Vt . 4Si58 z- Colorado Fuel & Iron ; Colorado & Southern 4 7s.ii 52 Consolidated (ins 133 !i Corn Products 1 2 Va Delaware Hudson 1 61 fRo 1 o5 Denver & Hlo firande 22V do. pfd no '4 Distillers' Securities 30 V? Ki ie -. .. 2S- Krie 1st. pfd 4SV) Krie 2nd. pfd 40 (leneral Kleetric 15214 (ileal Northern pfd 122V4 (in at Northern Ore Ctl's 47 Illinois Central 137 'a Inleiliorouh-Mct 14 K do. pfd. 43 li Inter Harvester 10U Inter-Marine pfd 14 Vj Intei-national l'nper 10 International l'unip . . 32"'li Iowa Central 17 Kansas City Southern 2S (In. pld " f ai leile (las Louisville 4 Nashville . . Minneapolis & St. Louis . Minn., St. I'., & Sailll Sle. .Missouri, Kansas t Texas. do. pfd Missouri Pacific National liiscuit n; j .104 li .141 . 3S . noli . 2!i Vs . (13 . 40 .129 . 4!l'4 . 27 Vi . 103 . 3'Jli loo . C8 .115 . 2Si, .1201. .103 . !U . IS . ISO . 1 55 'i . 30 .141 !i '. 24 14 . 9 . 24 'S. . 48 Mj M. National Lend. Nat l. Uys. of Mexico 2d. pfd. . . X. w York Central . . . New York, Ontario & Wcst'n. ., Norfolk At Western North American Northern 1'aellTc I'aeifio Mail Pennsylvania l'( 0le'.S (illS , . , '. . PIUsIiui'k. ('.'('. St. Louis 'Piltslnirs Coal Pressed Steel Car Pullman Palace Car Railway Steel SpvitiK .'. . . Iteailinir : . Ui'ioililic Steel '. do. pfd ; J''" k Hand Co. .4 . do. ,fd el. Louis .t San Fran. 2nd. pfJ t. Louis Southwestern ' do. pfd Slnss Sheffield Sleel and Iron . Knmic.ru Pile lie 40 31 6S 3S 1 OS li bullhorn Ilaihvay 20 V do. pfd Ti-niiise(. Copiier Texas & Pacific Toledo, st. ;,niiis &. West. . . . du. pfd '"ion Pacific il". pfd ' 'tilled Slates Itealty ' idled Slates fluhhor I'niled States Steel do- pfd ''tali Copper VlfKinla Carolina Chemical . Val,sh d". ld'd Vest,.,.,, Maryland WcstiiiHhnuse Klectrlc Wisicrn Cnion 'heclina & Lake F.rie l.'liih Valley '., Total sales for thn day 7li . 31 . 23 li ,. 17 . 30 .107 . 91 . Ofili . 36 1 . 701i .114 Vi . 4314 . 52 . 13' . 29 , . 5fli . fit ,. 74 . 2 'i , .15814 297,400 wiiires. lionds were Irrecular. Total sales- Tiir value, $1,340,000. 1 nitcd Slateg hoiids were unchaiig ed on cull. Boston Mining Stocks. Allourt AmulKumaied Conner Amn. Zinc Lead & Sin. ... Arizona Commercial Pos. & Corh Cop. & Sil. Mk r.utte Coalition . 1 . 4U 14-, . 49 .405 . 9 . 51 ' . ia . 7 V, . 4'i . !7 . 5 . 13 4 'j . 23'. 314 . 191, 40h . 17'i . 7', . !3 . 5'4 . 371; , H8 9 li . B4 8 , 23 . 3 '2 . 23 . 32 li . 4314 . 13 . 42 ; . r,u . 99 Calumet & Arizona Calumet llccla Centennial Copper l'.aii Cm. (. ... Ilast lintt!- Cop Mine Franklin ('iroux Consolidate. I .... (Irauhy Consolidated . . . (.reene Canama- Isle Koyalle (Copper) .. Kerr l-ike Laki Copper I .a Salle Copuer Miami Copper Mohawk Nevada Consolidated .... Nipissins Mines North Hut to North Lake old Dominion , Osceola Parrott (Silver & Cop.) . (Juiiny Shannon Superior Superior A ltoston Min. Tamarack C. S. Sin. Itef. & Mln. . . do. pfd I'tah Consolidated Ctah Copper Co Winona Wolverine Chicago Board of Trade. Chicaso. Au'. 31. I'ncxpeeteil stnnuih in foreiun markets. Hie re sult of war risks having licen !id-l vanccd, brought about tndtiy liiilher pi Ices fir wheat. The close wax (It a K.'un of :.-8 p r-rr- over list nitiut. (illier hailing sttiples all lose, corn .1-S to 7-SiSi-le; oals. 7-8 to 7-8i lc. aiul provisions 2 1-2'n 5 to lod 12 1.2c The decided change of the eharactt r of news from across the water Would apparently have lent to a more radi cal nitturn here hut for heavy liqui dating sales In the September option. The unhvuiliiis; of that future thoiiKh. was not without some eoMipensatin effect, lieinx taken ns a sinn of Unlit deliveries tomorrow and to th.it ex tent forming a bullish influence. ImuiRht in Australia was also count ed t's i'. source of the strength for prlcis. on the other hand fine condi tions for cutting und threshing in the Canadian northwest were reported. Uicember ranged from 94 l-21i9l 5-8 to 94 l-4c and closed 5-8c up it 94 l-SCrilt 1-4, with the final tone steady. Talk of a iirohahlo reduction or wiidmr out of the Herman dutv 'on I corn hil iniieh to do with a Inline in the market for that cereal. Decem ber fliietiKiled between 02 1 -4 TT G 2 3-S und - 63 1 -4c, closing 7-8 to lc net hinher at 63 l-4c. Cash urades were in yood demand. No. 2 yellow wits (Hinted at 65(ii fi l-4e. Oats also received an upward impe tus from the shortaKe of feed in (lermany. llinh and low pointM were 4fl 1-8 and 45 l-4c, with last sales at 4 fie, an Improvement or 7-S''. lc over lust nlllht. Packers wore buyers on nil soft spots in the market for hoir products. The end of the session left higher. flKiires for the entire list pork up G to 10c Ill's 2 ; lard 5 to lOfi'12 l-2(fi 5 to 10c. and New York Cotton. New steady York, Atiir. 31. net one point Cotton closed higher to two points lower. The Metal Markets. New York, Aiim. 21. Standard nip per Millet; spot, A tl! list, September, am) October, 112. HUi 12.15. London ipiict; spot, 5ii, Is, 2d; futures, Cfi, Ills, 9d. Custom house returns show exports of 2i, 21 7 tons so far this month. Lake copper, $12.62 l-2i 12.87 1-2; electrolytic, I 2.5(Kd 1 2.62 1-2, and cnstinn, $ 1 2.25 I 2.50. Lead, dull, $4.45Cu'4.55 N' W York; 4.3(Hf 4.40 Fast St. Louis. Spelter, irregular; 15.85 Co 5, 95 New York; 15. 75fi'5,,85 1-2 -:ast st. Louis. London, 27, 10s. Sales in the local market, 50,000 pounds Fast St. Louis spot delivtry iit $5.82 1-2. Antimony dull; Cookson's, $8..10tfii 8.50, liar silver. 52 l-4c; Mexican ilolllirs, 45n. ' ' St. I.ouis nolir. SI. Louis, Auk. 31. Lend lower; 4.37 1-2W4.40. Speller, lower, $5.80. The Livestock Markets. CliieuKu LivcKlock. ChlcuKO, Auk. 31. Cattle Receipts 4,000; market, slmi li eves, 5.00t!J J west S,00; Texas steers, 4.40i -6...H); i tu st( ts, i I.Ofti 7.ti(); stocKcrs and feeders, $3.00(11 fc.&Ot ruwt and Iwif ers, $2.l'jfn 6.2.1; valvus,' H.00rH.0lK flows Kccelpls, 17,000; market weak to 5e lower. Llwlit, 7.10(fi 7.115; mlxeil, $fi.tir,(f;7.H.r.; heavy, fi.SOifr ". r C ; roiiuU, $(i.S0ffi 7.00; KoOd to choice heavy, 7.0tfi'7.rB; plus. fi.00i 7.55; bulk of sales, $7.05 i 7.35. Sheep Kecelpts, 22,000; market weak. Miatluully 10(! lower Native, $2.00ifi S.fio; western, $2.25i'3.60; western, $2.25 ft' 3.00; yearllnns, $4.00 (if. 490; lambs, native, $4.0(l(!i ti.35; weatern, $4.50 If C.liO. Kansas City I.lvo Sliwk. Kansas t'ity, A int. 31. Cattle Ke celpts, 5, Odd; market steady. Native steers, $5.2fl'ii S.flO; southern steers. $.425 11 ti. 00; southern cow ami heif ers, $:l.(i0(!i 4.50; native CfHvs nntl hciftrs. $2.S0f 7.25; stockers unit i fetlers, $3.25i 5.75; bulls, . $3 OOtfj 4 -50; culvia, $1.7j(&7,50; western The Jooreal Want Column IF FOR SALE. J3",in) .".-room, modern: Highlands: one-half hlo, k trom Central, with 4 -room furnished eottase in rear; rental income, 145.00 net. 124in 4 -mom ' modern brick, two siTi-nt-d porches; ham, thicken house and fcood outhnihlinRS. lt lonxl42 and iinproveJ and all in K 'ol condition. Highlands. Ideal lor health. $l,.ei'-.".-loom frame cott.ise, two sir.-i ii porches, sink, electric lights, 1 1. 1 lo r 3nxl4 2, part cash, balance 8 per cent. j i.in.i -s.x mom modern new luins aiow. North 11th street. li4 i ash. lalaiu e eitht per cent. $tJ3n.ioi :.oxll2 corner, south front. Per. a addition, 3-room coltasc, 1230 i ash, balance 8 per cent. $,".ii,(Im Six-room new modern hrii k. coiner, east trout, tint water heal, cement walks, lawn, two porches. $2:u' Five-room modern brick 4th ward, dove in, east front, cement walks, Ss.oi cash, balance 8 per cent. JOHN' M. MOOHE III AI.TY CO. F1KK INM'U AM I'.. AL F.STATF, LOANS AM) AltSlliACTS. lt Wet ;o. v. IMienMV Heels Ml; w stern cows, 3 4i 4.511. IIoks KciiipK 5.0(Hi; market steady to 5i lower. I'.ulk of sales. 7.101i 7.45; heavy. $7.00M 7.30; backers and I'titi hers. $7.1ui7.lO. lirhis. $7.ln 0 7.4H. Sid ep Ucccipis, 5,000; market sl. iuly to Weak; muttons, $3.25 4. no ; lambs, 3.:.ii'.i fi.25; rant;e wethers and y al liums, 12.75 'u (.'.'5; tanne ewes, $a.00''l 5.(01. Eighteen Carloads Daily Being Moved to Concentrator at Hurley Which Starts Opera tions January 1st. IBpwIal Correapondcoc to MorBlBS ioamal Silver City, X. M.. Aug. 31. The Chino Copper company, opcratiiiR at Santa llita, to clear out of Hit. way kii'Kf dumps of ore at the mines, have conum need hauling II in tlnlr bin i (inceiitralor at Hurley at the rate of one tr.ain load of eighteen car loiulu a day. The ore Is dumped into im mense bins at the coiiccntra?tnr, the first unit of which Is expected to be In operation by January 1. There will bo five, units or sections of the concentrator, their iiuKrenate capacity In i 11 ic five tons of ore a day. At the mines work is beiiur energetically pushed, and tons upon tons of ore are bcliiK taken out daily. Filer's t.old Mine. Mr. George il. Clter, who has been at work ereclliiK a mill at his (sold mine at Finos Alios, about nine miles north of Silver City, has been delayed because of the non-arrival of certain pieces of the machinery. Willi the mill complete,) Mr. Filer will com mence active mining operations, lb' has deveh.ped a large body of rich ore and the mine promises to be nn Important factor in Hie mining indus try of (Irani county. The. property W well known and the value of the ore is established. (.old l'ron .Mine. The fluid Frog company continues development work on their claims twelve miles east of Silver City, seek ing to ascertain the extent of the bod ies of low grade ore. They have three Khafls sunk, the deepest 110 feci, anil several drifts all showing ore Hhools rarring high values in gold. Several tons of ore have been shipped to Suttmi, Steel und company at liallas, Tex., manufacturers of ore mills, to have a. mill test of the ore made. Assays of some of the ore shoots show values running over $1,000 to the ton. The company has two hoists on iho property, but In tends to add another and larger pump und a boiler to their plant and a holl er man went out today to Investigate to determine the size net tled. All ln ilicaliorm so 'far Indicate the property will, be n great producer. PORTER HELD FOR - 1 Dawson of Carlsbad Bound to Grand ' Jury On Over Charge graves, of Slaying Mar Kiwclnl rnrrnnomlrnee In MoroluB Journal .'itrlslmdj N." M., A ill?. 2!l. The Pullman porter Dawson was i:ivcn n preliminary hcurini? yesterday in Jdw .1. I). Walker's court. bciiiH ehari?ed with the killing of I'leotKc llan;ravcs last Saturday, lilstrict Attorney L. i . Fallen appeared for lb" territory, While Kilt n tit Wooilwell represented Lawson, Si veral wltnescs were ex amined ami the prisoner bound over to the (.rami Jury under $2.5011 biuitl Tho killing occurred Saturday inoi'ii Hik whi n Dawson camo home ami found I larpraves with his wife He ncciised llarurnvcs of holnsr intimate with Mrs, liawsoii, which holh Ut- 1 t1?ti HAULING ORE KILLING PORTER YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL rrnszK MO.xf T TO LOIN. On Furnltura. I'u'. "is inn H..r. Vt"i- nil xtlirr (Jfcth-1; .. on slr and Yarh..!M His-.:rlM, a .kw aa tlDa and ki!i 1 ei. i.uai.a r luii-kiy n,i,) auU atrietiy rivat. Tim uitf in. it h la on yar K!vn. ti,-,,Ja to r- itiAiit in )..ur ik.'SM-BMui1. lur raia br riabl. Call ami f bf tr r.iwinK. stp.iin.hip tirkna t an,l train all parti .,f Hi, worul. 1IIK IKK M lllil ii li'" iiir., kuuma S ami 4. (.runt lllil, t'UIVATK OKKU'fi-i, lil-K.N KVKMMl.l tO.tVj Ut (Vulriil Avnk FOR SALE. ;;00 5-room frame, modern, sleep- inir liorclu orner lot. trees. Fourth ward, near t ar llmi 12.650 7-room frame cottane; mivl- ern; lot 87 1-2x150; shade and fruit trees; Fourth ward. 14.200- C-ro.iin modern tmniinlow, lot 75x142; Kioul' outbuilding s; N. FleV- enth street. 12.750 5-roim brick, modern, cornet lot, fine shade, Rood oiitbulldln(r; N. Secotiil Mreet; close in. 12. l'io 5-room brick, modern, Fourth ward, easy terms. 12.0IUI .i-toniu frame, bath, cellar, l.-.rBO porch; S. Walter; easy terms. I, Mill 9-rouie). 2-story bri -k. molern, Wi.st Central, line location; 11,000 cash, balance 8 per cent. moi:v TO LOW miu; IVSI IIWCF A. FLEISCHER II South Fourth Street. IMione I7I. Next to New I'ostofflii- PARCEL DELIVERY. I ALL .lluitioiipi i 'ii rci -i Delivery for luomi'l ileliverv. I'lionc 4 LOST. LOST llctweeli Meiiaul School and Library via. North Fourth street, ladies black and white check j.lcket. Ili-liirn to Journal office. ADVERTISING MEDIUM . Advertiser: Th great ta of North Dakota offers uftlmlted opnur portunltle for bolnM to .lasBltleil advertisers. The recognized adver tising medium In the Fcrico Dallj and Sunday Courler-Nc i, the only even day paper In the state and the I paper which parries the lareest I amount of classified advertUlng. Thei Courler-Newe covers North Dakota like a blanket; reachinK all parts of the tatB the day of oubltcation; It U the paper to use In order to get re sults; rates one cent per word first Insertion, one-half cent tier word suc ceeding Insertion;, fifty cents per line per month. Adlrens The Courier News, Fa rem. N: D AUVKKTISKKS Indiana otters un limited opportunities for business to classified atlvertiBcrs, A recoKnlzcd advertising med,vum is the Pally and j Trl-Vcok!y Knterprlse, published at I Nobleaviile. and Tarrying the larsest amount of classified liusiness In that se t'on. The Knterprlse covers Hum. llton County thoVouBhly and is the medium to use to get results. Kates, l-2c per word; 6 Innertlons for the price of 5. iMithlnir taken under tue Address, THE KNTEUPKISK Noblea viile. Ind. niiol. Diiwson li'eMr his pun und never stopped shutitinjr till llari;raves' fell dead, liotli men were 1'nllimin porters. j The rcciumatiiin service has ordern ! lo lit-K'tn teiiaiiH (if the splllwnys at Avitlon and AlcMillen reservoirs. The j bin flood of four weeks aao look out i the temporary ilaiii in Iho bin spill- ; way ,at .McM illari ami cut badly spill- I way number tun, at Avalon. , j The hullinn of the alfalfa seed crop has, been dcla.veil ,for oinre than u w eek; by the raiO that has been fall ing In the' project. No (laiiiane has been tb lie to tlie seed as nearly cvery tliinK cut had been slacked. .Several nabs have been made tho last I wo flays. II. II. Wilson has sold his farm m.'ar "lis lo C. 1). ltiekmau mill will move In town in a lew days. Mr. MaKi'iitler has sold his farm nt Malaga, thy transfer helm? eomplet e( yesterday. There ar,i a number of homcscokoi s In re now and several deals are under way, ., UT PRESS MEET "My Friends, the Newspapers" to Be Topic of Address to Pen Pushers By Governor at Lakewood, (8ifclttl CwrrmpsnilMc It Aiunlnr Jouraall Koswell, ' N. M., Am?. ::0. The I'o roH Valley Press assoi latioti meets ilt l.nUewootl , l'i iil.iy :ind Satiiriliiy of this week in it annual conveiitio'i. llovfTiuir AVIIIiain .1. Mills Is to spt :t on ".My l'rii'ii'ls. tho Newspapers." A clinclt wukoii dinner will bo urn. of the features. AM tiny programs have ben prepared and lite Santa l'e rail road has been liheril with rales. Ileluriii,- l i mil show that 1 1 1 ' morn per crat. i than tllil the I: rlely. The l'ii' lo $:i per crab . llnS'A I'll canlaliiupcH bronchi fifty cents ii the Chicago markcl in Ity Lortl, I'olo., va- . received Tile lil'K.V ca I Io iiIh was $2. HO dl shiipel'M this SIllll- will mer. have fin'lv .lali'.l Liiilei liloil, n letter to friends In till' city. Nathan Jaffa, secretary of N'.jtv In Hon. CHUCK I00N FEED Oil TIE PECOS ' 4 I 4) t t Good Ones i 5-room. new, modern brbk. comer lot; basement: on car line. Small payment down, lal iin. -e by the month. 10-i'o,im house, near in, citv water. electric lights easy l. rms. Only ll.Slltt. Will trade tor ranch. Fire Insurance. Loans Porterfield Company i J 2 HI West tittUl ORNT-ms. I'OK KENT Sanitary and modem rooms, Klt Orando, Cl! V.'. Central. Kui: UKNT Nicely rurinsheil rooms. modern; no sick. 60S ' V. Central. l-'Hll KLNT Two furnished looms for lic,ht housrkecplllK. Modern. :inj X. Si con,l street, nut KKNT Store-room ut jiM West Central. t'uit KKNT furnished rooms; mod el iu IS KVultelSt. I'iKt KKNT Nicely fnruislicil lomn. private family; no sb-k wanted; lady pielerrcil. 4I' S. 7th. fr'olTw KlTfrrKiTi'Ll'TTlNLY I'lToicu chambers or Unlit liousekeeplnif miariment. 424 S. Kdith St. I'hono K,s7. I'nlt KKNT Klore room with count ers, shelvini; and !arK b e box, up- l ly J.Ktilr--iril, Stuntes lhitel; i'DK KKNT i urnished rooms for hou.skot-plnK. 62 West Central avenue. Mil; jtKNT one und two furoislu 1 rooms. 404 N. 2d St. 1'ilK l'.KNT iiousekepiiiK rooms, well furnished; modern, 016 V Coal. I'liK KKNT Nice, suitable otllce rooms over opera house. Also r laurant or store room. AddreBs Tet'T Kitchen, (.lallup, N. M. HMt KKNT 'i brci.-i'oom house liishod; Ci.!i South Kdith. nii- Fo It KKNT with bnth. imrnlshen front room S18 W. Haeldlne. I'OII ltL'NT Furnished rooms, slneje or lor Unlit housekeeping; modern, newly renovuted and clean. 60 l-i W, Central. Hhone47ri, OFrTCK rooms in tirant bulidliiK. Apply 1"). A. MacpherBim,Journal. F'OU KKNT kooms and liHht .houae- keeping rooms; modern. Table : hoard. $r..00 per week. Westminister. - ,eTr"Ti kkvtir'nmra'ci' HELP WANTED Female, j yvn??rclo collister. WANTKI) I'oinpetetit womiin for general huusevvork. Apply Mrs, linorne ItosliMMton, ;t 1 1 N. Twelfth St. MEN mill Iniys to learn automobile re pairing. tlilviiiK on iii-to-ilato cars; electrical, civil eiiKiiiocrliiH, surveyitm' in most practical way. Positions xv" cured. Satisfaction Kuaranteeil. Cut aloKlle free. National School of Trades. 2110 West 7th, Los Angeles. WANTKD A uirl lor ncnenil house work. Apply .Mrs. 1). Weinman, 7(IX Copper Ave. i colburn"s employment 210 W. Silver Phone 354 WAN'TKD Kxiierieiueil wnllress; Mexican teamsters rallrond i;rnd. i WANTKI i Prim 'clerk at Walton's tlriiu, slorc WANTKI) first class all around broad and cake baker of experience; must work by himself. Address A. Winkb r, Socorro, N. M. At'lKNTti WANTKI To learn nuis erv salesmanship. Special course horticultural triunltiB und l,,K "om miHsioiis pabl to hustlers. I'revlous experience Dot necessary. Write to day for termti nntl choice of territory, Pacific Nursery company, hetl bldir.. Portland. Ore. 308 Cor- MONEY TO LOAN $.111,1111(1.011 to real estate. loan oil llrst class local A. Montoya, inn S. 3rd. LEGAL NOTICES. mki hi:. Kv order of the hoard of wchool dl rci tor-! of District No. l:t, nil parents and Kiiardians of children of Hchool iifr lire herein' notified that the pub lic schools of Hjil.l iliHttiet will be opened and conn u'ed on the 'RIh d'.y of September. A, D. l!Ul. All par ol, is and uuarillaiiH are earnestly re .(misled to send their children to school without fail, nt obi AlbliiUel' iltie, DtiraucH and the niulilandM. JKHl'K ltiiiVIKIU). THOMAS WKMKlt. M. L. ALMKltS, School Directors District No. IS, Hern. iilMl.i I'mitiH'. N. "I Melxci), ntal.cn that lie has rn, yet decided to lie' : I't the roiuilirtorin nom ination, if presented to him iih pro posed by the f'haves county republi can central committee Two more democratic candidates have .announced themtielves. fitiy H. Herbert for re-elccllon as county us FCsor. aril '. K. (idem for shetilf, V. K. Kenny, who is now counly survey or, has announced for the denim rat is ii"iiiiiulion or assessor. ('. X. Moore, ol Lee's Summit. M'e. today bouKbt the 2 10 aero larin of N. .1. Wliiehell for $10,200, or $'0 pet aei... Tin- farm is two lull's west ol (ircciiflcbl and is largely foi-der -T ops nieh as Iviiflii' corn, Indian torn nod Mid) malc. It Is rihl, however, tliat Hie knfflr corn will yield $10 acre this year. There niv tv-o artesian wells oil the plan. pi r ft! od .STORAGE. WA.MUU 1'iauu. h.-umivi.i ..:a. ata.. icrd a.nrly at t4.'al. ratca A.I-van.-ra mi.lA I'tmn tee Tl. fcomjr 11 rpi.iuM mn lmir..vmwM IV tirr.ea. i.n.a S a "J 4. i!tut btuck. Third atrMi m.l CVntral ayyrm FOR SALE Real Estate. Good Buvs Coo.l S-iurc ran ii. with " room rum,, house on main' iht h, mil, 1 1 'in t ity, only s.'(i.. 4 room lrame honc on s.ouh "'' -licet, near simi's. t'1'. on ntenlhh p.tx in -ills. loiod 5-room bii. k. t"", location. $:',TjO; jiothni!; down, $o pei month pa meiits. Mt IAT.IIAN ft DKXTCU, 31V Wot Crn.ral Avenue. For Exchange i room apartment house, well lo cateil, modern conveniences, all tent ed. Hood proposition tor any one wishing :t home in town and rent out part lor an Income. Will exebanec eipiity for land In Kslancla valley or M. inili. I'or further Information ad dress owner. M-OYlt lUASXKKll. XIII V. tiohl. I't'K SALK Thirty-acre lam h on main ditch; nood house, allalfa, orchard, r;irden. Half cash, balance lo suit. W. Holihiius, Hen Deliv. Tlllft M s" Two fine lots, I'lilveisity llelht.i, $2.il; two lot: on Marble avenue, :,: two bits. West TIJi ra.-i, J12no; Inclve lots and house mi Marquette, LVstiO; a fin,, home for 4.r.0ll; cle I ut:t bungalow, 4JHil; i orner lot and duclliliK. t24.r0. C. It. Holmes, room li, N. T. Armijo hiuldim:. rem sai.k- F'art cash. -Six-room brick, 117 burster's Clitiir store. 00, FOR REM Dwellings. Knit KKNT ),r sale, f.mr-rouiii fur-1 lilsheti eottaie, modern! apply Mrs.! J. T. (lirard, Cor. I'lfth and Mountain road. i-nit KKNT Seven-room, modern, moam-heut, lol S. Walter, $35 per mouth. Apply 4QH S. Waller. Ktit KKNT ri-room cotTaai., 'Jf. icr month, close In, Highlands. W. II. McMlilion, nr. W. Cold. I'OK UKNT A new 4-room cottaKe with nil uii.dern conveniciiccs. In- tulre at Ml North Khflith streeL Kelt UKNT iurnlslnnl house, r.Fs Wis; .Maripicttc av'e. Vhon. 1017. 4ANl) 5 li KIM "complete 'Tiii'iiUhed modern brick; close In. Tho Lead er, 30!iV. Centrnl. Kelt KKNT 4-room house, cement block. $S; 3-room house, cement block, $6. Phone 1 203. ., KlVK-KOUAi moiierii lurnlshed flat, Kill rat)ce ilt t tin kitchen. Apply to A. W. Anson. 2:i North Court li fell KKNT Coltaires, 2 to I rooms,; furnished or unfurnished. Apply W. V. Kutrellfl. 114 W. 'oal 1 WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTKU (Small cash rt-Ktstcr, cash J. M. C, Journal. !'. ,L. ,H 'll'i A. pliimhliiii and drain layliuf. :M0 North Wulter Street. Phonii llTifl. WANT K i -- Seven or clhi-foot floor cinar case nl i'ml S. Second. Yoril COMDINUS inatle into braids. I puffs or curls. 1 also do backward I sluinipooliH, ; use electric hair dryer; expert manienrliiK and facial rlrans Imr. Mrs. flay, 115 S. 4th 81. Phone 521. TIiViTlNTON" Kxpert fienniiiK Co. Housh anil carpet cleunlng a pe clalty, phone 4H0. w. A. tioi r ( AltPKT ( I.DW'rXfJ, Phone rtlH, '.MI5 I:. ( entral Ave. $LS5 I'KU WOltD InsertinB clussiflPd lids. In IIC leu'tlnir papers III thf V. S. Send for list. Tho Pnlts Ad- vertls!nj Ajtcncy, 4 32 S. Main St., Lo AnKoles or H Geary St.. Snn Kra-i- clscn ' 1 (ii.it li TpKi i'i'i ismo.N lioo, hall for movitiK pletnie theater, live town of 2,500 and am wlllhiR tt lake ilnaii clal lntere;tlH wilh tl;lit puny, Ar- thess P, (i. llox 45S, city. !'( K KImS'I' l'n furnished room I lit? house of 12 rooms, with central hall; new mid ininlern, adobe; six va cant lots and. n I yard; on Main ,.Ucci, i;. Int. Vut, foil particulars address Vh lor Sals, Victor, N. .M. 1'ilK SAI.i: At a ImlKiiiii, Kood I'll h- el'y nntl colifoel Iouery business; ex cellent opportunity, llox Kill, Wlnslow, Arlfioiiii. i "" "titKHi i'iVsimiss Fxm saLi:. Will sell nr trade 'for real nstntn, irnod piiyliiK bualneaH. A burifnln for some one 'lint wants a ;ood btisln'ns; heht location In town. Address P. 0. Hn . . ., . A T'HANi'lT to riiKflun 111 sheep nils- Ini? under posit ively ideal rondl lions. 2,000 extra Kood yotini? ,heep lor bhIc; a maiinilleeut raiine, ninpl for 20.000, tell different watering places, for sale or lease. Address "( lien - liov l.m Mltisnoro. l , 10 SR'E-UvTsto Poultry i rOl; "s.l.i:-Twrh;ivy draft Imrses. Will sell very cheap as have no use for them. Call Phono 10:1,. KOIl SAtTlC Team of heavy draught horses, with wukoiis and harness complete. Albii'iicriiio foundry and Machine Works. A HANTS' Kit her sex, iell tuiarau- KM It S.VLi: tlentli ley and hurness. saddle horse, sur 704 V. (I.ild. K(K S A 1. 1: Thn ilrivlim horse In Inldy safe. Sam best, and fastest New Mexico, aliso- WatUlns, DemiiiM. N. ,M. Hit SA I. L - flood nnleh ouire S'J4 W. Mountain ow. road. in- WANTED TO RENT. VA N'TK.I)-- fn the llinblantls, two with .1. A. room!' .rUllef;c Weal: ay, for iIhM hniiseke or bath, Adili'i-Sf can' Journal. ' plliK. Mrs. i PJOfESSIOiUL CARDS ATTORNEYSr " It. W. 1. lliiVAV " Att"rnv-t-I,ew. Office In First National Hank IliUIJ ln. Albu'iuenine, N. M. JOHN . WILSON Aitorncy-nt-law. Itooms 15-17-1 Cr.nif.ll B!d. Rm Vhonp14r,7. Office Vhnne 1171 .!:tK;if s. Run k " Attorney. Rooms S-. l-'crn Ttlock. Albuquerque. AnMTlean Surely IVonda. DENTISTS. " " OIL J. K. KUA IT Dental Surgfon Rooms 1-3, Rarnett Hntldlnft. Thone 744. Appointments mad, hy mall. IMS. CIIAIU.LS hKIl:V lVntM. Whltini; tlldir.. AlhuqucriiiiK. PHYSIC'IANS RGINS! w. u. sHiTCCii. m. D Ss-clalist i- j,., i:r, Ntmi ami Threat. On-r Walton's Ding Ston I'lione 1 17 1 AtA M. CIIKVAILMLIl, M. II. rractlce limited to Mlneases of Women and Obstetrics. Consult tlons: t to 12 m.; 2 to 4 p. m. Suite, . Cmmwell Mile; residence, (01 N. 15th St. 1'holie 345 A. ii. SHOHTKL, M. I. Tractice Limited to Tuberculosis, Hours: 10 In M. Ii4 1-S W. Central Ave. Ovr Walton's Drmr Storo. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to r.rNiTo-i itiwitv nisiasi s The Wnwcriimiiii a in I NoRiu bl Tewta. Pnlvnrsnn "tiOfl" Ailmliilstered. Stato National Knnk MulldlnK, . Albiuineroiie. New llnlw 1)11. KOIIKltr SM UT TulHTculosU. IliMinm 1 ami 3. W tilt lust llulldlug HoiirH: 10 lo ii ami 2 to 41. Tel. 21 SOLOMON L. Ill IITOX, M. I. riiyslclan anil Kurireoil, Suite 9, ISciriiett lUd?. ARTH U R WrLKER j lire Insurance, Secretary Mntoa.) Itullillnit Association. 1'hone MS. HI7U IVml Centrsl Avenoei. I -t.'t ai.T ..a;-t3 t-.-i BALDRI D G E LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builder's Supplies. rsssammBammaa:, Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Street and Copper Ave. DAILY -MAIL SICUVICK AM) STACK For the famous Hot Sprint? of Jame N, M. Leaves Albuqiieniue P. O every mnrnlnv at S a. m. TJcketa lold ut Vnlo Bros., 307 North First Street fi.WIX'O tlAlUJA. ProprlBtor and Mdll Contractor P. O. Ttoi M, 1401 S.'' Hroatlway. rhone 1206. SANTA FE TIMETABLE (In. .ffeet July . 1111.) WI STllOt Nl ArrUo Dcian i Oil K.xpress 7;45p R;30p i, t'al. Limited .. 10:r.f,a 11:35a 7. Slex. & Cuf. i:x..lO:55p ll:40p . ful. 1'ast Mall.. ll:&on 12:45a KASTIiOINI) 2 Tioirlst Kx 8:55p 4:20j 4. ''hi. Ltd ... fi;.'U.i :05p 8. Lastcrr. Ex :6fi) 7:26y 10. tiverlaml Kx . . . . S .OHu 8:26a II Pa mi Trains. ku!i Mex. i:x 12;20a 815 I I I'n-o Pas:i. . :30a 810 Knn. city ic Chl.ttORa 81 K. Cltv an, l'hl.C:35p Itosuell nut) Aniarlllti. (Ill Pccca Wl Kk. . . 2;20a M2 Albu. Ex ll:26p P. J. JOHNSON, Agent No. Nik No. No. No. No. Nn, No. No. No. No. No. No. No. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. MALI'' MILLION' oiHin;e, fitf, pecan. ornamental ami shade trees. Wrltti for prices, A I v in Jaimnese Nursery Co, Unv "A," llouvtop. Tex. FOR RENT Rooms with Board I'tiK KK.Yl Nicely luinlshcd room Willi boartl, hoiiuj cookltii:. 202 north Kdith St. SjVN r KANf l.-jc'i) V fieriiinry folluko. iScE.'tion beitlim Sept. 15. Catalogue free. Dr. C. Koanu, 1818 Market P,, Snn Frnncten J j VV A NT ED Positionsr " l'i ISIT'IU.N W A N l'KI As inaiiiifter of tlriij;' store; tlilrly years experience In iiriiRf, bath i lly and country. Alsn graduate nl' in.-ili. In. , lapable of ta'i inif full cliaii-,c. lr4 of roftTeU'Jes, AddresM ilrni'i:ist, Willnrd. New 3(1 ex. FOR SALE- LAW BOOKS. ' t i i SAI.K Lav, VlillMOeS, cheap. books; al'i'iit liov 2 I ! Y, Hold ii vn. journal Want Ads, Got Results, i