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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1 Oil.
FINUGE HD GOHMERGE The Journal Want Column IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL Wall Street ed on 1. 1 1!. "N.w York, Sept. . The recovery n: Min-ks was run if J further today. The iiiuM -incut was lo.-s vigorous than ycs t,., , lay's and gains amen.; the import -i, nt issues were smaller but the broader in it scope, cxiciiding to n;ai of .the saui-ai ti railroad and industrial storks. S.i far s is known the chief linaiu i al agents ro nut Investing heavily. TMo 1 ul'lie also is still withholding jis patronage, the lri (S not having U low or st ill,- of d to vxt nshe in- vc-tittcm buying. In line with tho course of stocks was the increased u-'tivlty in tho bond in ii lot. Transactions in listed bonds-Men- considerably lorsrer. Tin' slairna t,,,n whhh prevailed in thr investment market last month was shown by the mil pill of new railroad und individual in v st ui'-iilti in August which fill tu J.M.-Mii.Oou u i oinpart (1 w ith $120, H2L"'" in July and $23S,D'.i7,OOU ii: Jinn-. Thr railroad offerings amount, ril to tho abliorniallr small figure ot $1 1.215,0110. or only half llo- total for the corresponding month of 1010. The higher level nf storks ami bomb; in the early trading; via maintained most of the ikiy. The telling con verged on I". S. Steel. Tho price of this slock fil) back marly a point but a larger part ot the day's gains wire 1 1 tallied. Following the many reports of slack- fti i UK trade activity, today's estimate i the country's output lit August. showing a gain of 1 an, 000 hum, w;is ri yarded as of especially favorable import. Moreover thu daily producing rapacity on September 1 wan larger than the August average. Closing stocks: A 1 1 if Cluilniers pld Amalgamated Copper . . Anu'i'lcun Avjricultiir.'il Anieilcnn Ueet Sugar . American Can American Cur ii Kdry. Ann rican Cotton Oil . . American Hide & I.eath lS'a is ....... 31 li 324 lU.ii 4a-i 33 U pld 21 '.I 21 . . 17- 8 American Ire Securities . American Linseed American l.oeoniotivo .... American Smelting & Hef do. pfd Am. Steel Foundries American Sugar defining American Tel & Tel American Tobacco, pld . . American Woolen Anaconda Mining Co .... Atchison Atchison pfd Atlantic Coast I. Ine . . 35 4 - 7rt-. . Ill3 . . 30 Si .Ufi .i:i3-., , , ni , . 2S . 34, -104 , . 1 1 1 1 j .123 Hattiinore it Ohio Hctlilehoni Steel 2W Urooklyn Uapid Transit ;". Canadian Pacific 2 -! Central Leather 21 do, pfd ftr, Central of .New Jersey .... 2HOi(i,2SO . ( 'hoHapuake & Ohio 74 Chica-'o & Alton Hint :, Cliieago Cireat Western ISIj do, pld 3s ciilengo North Western Hfl'J Chlra;.;o, Mil & St. Paul 113'i C., C. .t St. Louis 4S'f 33 Colorado Fuel & Iron ss is. CoUii a'ilo Southern 4 7 ' Consolidated Cas 133U Cunt I'rodtirts 1 2 JR I 'elan are, it Hudson 102 Denver & Kin llninde 2it ilo,' pld 30', Distillers' Securities 31 Ki le 30 H do. pfd r.o4 do, 2nd pld 11 Vi Cene'-al ICIectric 132 U lireat Northern pld 124 'i Cical Northern Ore Ctfs 4tt'i Illinois Central 13S liilerlioidugli-Mct 1 3 Bs do. pld 4 3 ', Inter. Harvester 107 Inter-M.iriiie pliJ 13 1 iilrinationn I 'anr inij, ltitrrnnlloiial l'nni)i 3.1 U lov a Ci nlral 1 :i Katian I 'ily Southern 2!) 'i ilo, pfd fiX Laclede Cas lot 1 "iilkilUe & Nashville 112',. Minnrapolis it SI. Louis 4 1 Minn.. St. V. .V Ste. M L'.n Missouri, Kansas & Texas 30 do, pld 4 i i Missouri Pacific 40 National Ulsrnlt 12 National Lead 31 Nat l liys. of Mexico 2d pld 2(1 New York Central 103 New York, Ontario. & W'est'n .. 30'L. Norfolk & Western 102 U North American d: Northern Pacific I IS Paoillc Mail 2Si Pennsylvania 121 People's ,Cias 103 Pittsburg, C; (;. & si. Louis M Pltfsbiiig Coal IS?; Pressed Steel Cur 31 I'ullmitn Pulacc Cur 133 -. Hallway Sn-el Spring 31 I'-cadlng 113 Pcpnblle Steel 23 ilo, pld 00 l'.ocli iHland Co 2-5? do. pfd .'pi St. Louis & Sun Prun. 2'1 pfd.. 4 1 ' St. Lou Ih 'Southwestern 50 do. pld C!l Sloss .Sheffield Steel anil Iron .. 30 Southern Pacific J 1 0 Southern U.iilway 27?3 'In. pfd. ; . . . . 6 7 i Tennessee Copper 33 ' Texas & Piietflc ; 24 M I'oledo St. Louis West 'lo, .'d 30 I'nion Pinllie , Hi !"! l'nion Pacific pld !i'4 1 n tti-tl States Keulty . . . , OS C S. Itlibber . ; 3(1 4 Pnited States Steel 7 1 'i '1", plil 115 --'h Copp,.r 4 3 0 Vliulnia Carolina Chemical . .. 54 Wabash -. 13 4 do, pi'd an a; Western Mary Ian, 37 4 WesUnghouse lOlectiie (15 Western l'nion Wheeling Lake Krie Lehlnh Valley 15 0 4 Total stiles for the day, 33 11,500 ""'Hi's. . .- i- 4 4 1 Don, Is Were linn. Total sale value. J3. 010. Olio. par I'hltej Statej bunds wet'e nni.li!ing Boston Mining Stocks. Alloiu z 7 Amalgamated Topper 3: Am'n Zinc, Load .v: Sm 22'.. 'Arizona t'oiumcrelal 13' l!"s. & ('..i i. (,,,,. & Sil Ms 4 Untte Coalition IP, Calumet - Arinoiia 50'-, Calumet & llechi 4.15 Franklin 7', Centennial 0 Cupper linage Con Co 3:1'. Fast Untte Cop M ine 1 1 (iiroiix Consolidated 4 ilranny Consolidated SHI. recti C.i nea 6 Isle Ituyalle (Copper) It Kerr Lake 2- h Lake Copper 25 I. a Sa Ilo Copper H ' Miami Copper 19 Mohawk 41 Nevada .Consolidated IT',.- Nipissing Mines i X '-, North Untte 21', North Lake. ; . . . 5 ' old Dominion oscrola Parrolt (Silver & Cop.) . . . Quincy S 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Superior Superior & Uoston Mia . . . Tamarack . . . !'. S. Sm., Kef. & Miu do. ptd I'tah ('..nsoliilatcd It. ill Cupper Co Winona . . ;i:i . ss . . it . cr. . . !v . S4 . . 3 . .. 32-1, . . 4 . . 12 . . 4:i i.-j , .I"" J Wolverine , . . Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, Si pt. i. Wet weather in the American northwest and in tie districts of Canada that ought to be shipping he'ivicst, brought about to day .1 substantial advance in the price of wheat. The (lose was 1 to 1 5-Sc higher than last night. Corn showed a n' t gain of 3-S (a: 1 -2 to l-2e and nad ir rise of l-4'n3-S to J-S'il l-2c. Tie null on),, in hog products w;s 2 l-2c off to 5 to 7 1 -2c up. Wheat was bullish, iiflerled tiol only by the rains northwest ami abroad, but by reports of frost across the line in Saskatchewan. An al vnnce in prices at I'erlln further in-( (lined tru'ers lure to take tho bull fide and was attributed in part to the tininsy leehng over political Issues, hetw'cn Prance and Ucrmany. .Moie over, there were' reports of low sales both to Kurope and the orient. At no time during the day was there any decided setback. December ranged from 05.51S to 01! 3-4c, and closed firm 1 1-S5I 1 1-lr up at OH 5-Nfi !"i 3-4. '"'t " 'It wH asserted that 'Minneapolis,,'., ,-j(.iu statement from the had sold corn for shipment to Den- I us bureau relative to the statisti ver. Shippers declared little wi;.--mailable here. December fluctuated between li3 3-1 and 01 l-2e, closing firm at Hi 1 - lo. a not gain of l-2e. Cash grades were in lair demand. No. 2 yellow was (piotcd at OC 1-MiCli 3-. 4 Oats followed the upward pail with corn and wheat, illgh und low points for December proved to be 40 3-S and 45 7-So. with the (lose 1-41 3-Kc net higher ul 411 1-lr. Hog products were unsettled chief ly because of selling pressure front Milwaukee packers, In tiie end pork. was 2 1-2 olf to lie up, lard the same as last night to fill" l-2c higher and rlls unchanged to ait increase of 2 l-2c. St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, Sept. (1. YViool, linn; nicdiuni grades, eonibing and clothing 11 1-2H ;ie; llghl, fine, 17i 10 1 heavy, fine, PHtl5c; tub washed, (UeOc. 2c; New York i:sehani(. Chicago, Sept. . Kxchango New York, par. on The Metal Markets. ler n.'a'd i'..r irrigalion. New Yolk, Sept. fi. Standard cop. p Minimi ! noted Ihat the figures per dull; spot, September, 1 ictobel, ore stiojai r io lev ision after more November and Di mber, $ I Z.Oflt iVnnipl !. t;,ieili,(ion. but it Is not ex- 12 15; London, spot price, 3K; fu-1 'Kr''''' tint Unto will be any material lures, 3, 13s, Oil. Arrival reported ' V,' ""' U'U,U "r '"'r- . , , , i ( en t agi a rc" a 1 1 1 . tishO' nil. Kx ports ' laf this month I, 1 PI Ions. Lake copper, I Sift-I -Si t.r(..tu:,., ,;,,(",( anil (WI. lrt3.Ni 1-2: electrolyllc. U.5il'ii 1 .T1(, t . t : I mimbcr of farins h'tlgal- II. 02 1.-2, rnd nantlntf; $12.25 1 8 50. ,,.,1 In moo was 137. against 124 in Lead, dull; $ 1.4 5 (v 4.55 New York;ils00, an Increase of 13, or III. 05 per I t?.r ifi 4. 1 5 Kusi St. Louis. London, i cent. Within the same period the 14, 8s ,'Jd. Spelter, (lull: York; $184.108.40.2061 5.85.11 5.0 5 Falsi St. New I Louis. London, 12, 12s. a il. 1 Antimony, onli t Cookson's, $S.30ffi 8.50. Silver. 52 t-ft: Al'-xrlvun dollars, 15c. Kt. Louij.f!peU(ir. SI. Louis, Sept. fi. Lead. iiih 3 1-2. Spelter, timet ;. J5.S0. t; $1. The Livestock Markets., Knusflg City f.lve Stock. Kansas City, Sept. - fi. Cat t lc--lle-eeipts 11,000, including 700 southerns, market steady.. Native stc.crs. 5.25K H.I5; southern steers, (4 0045.50; I ficuthern rov, and heifers, $J.75W) 4.05: native cows and heifers, $2.75 Th). numh-r of Indepeml. nt enter 7.50: Htoekers : and feeders, $3.G0fo prises reported in 1 000 was 114. 5.75; bulls. $3.ft04.7: calves, $ 4.25 1 against 110 In 100, a decrease of 4.2 ft 7.3m western steers. I.T5 It. 7.23; I per cent. The length of main ditch In western cows, $2.75 01 4. 1 5. Hogs r Kocelpls, . 5,000: market 5 to loc lower. Unlit "f sah'H, $7.05 if 7.25; heavy. $7.05T(7.20; packer and butchers. $7.10'( 7.30; lights, $7.ou 'il 7:30. Sheep llecelpls. 10,000; niarkel sternly. Muttons, $3. noli 3.75; Iambs. H.7fi4r5.i!' range vetlo ts and year lings, -'!." i 4. ".P : range ewes, S2.50'!i 4.00. Chicago l.lTCdock. Chicago. Si'pl. li. Cuttle lien Ipts, 1 7,000: market 'generally stenly. Ilei ves ,$5,1)0(1 H. 1 11: Texas Steers, $4. 4n''iii,40; vvesli.-iu sp-ers, ? 1. 00 '( 7.00, ' " ' ' ! ' I ' , I I 1.1 ' run .iLr. kskn mvu rmnKK i i i i u ra n . ' ' t---t-i-- vinwnr:t 12!","' Five-room modern brick 4ili ward, i lose in, east front, cement walks, $mii) rush, ba'uiin; Si per fit. J l.'i'ii s v-rooni modern tt x bunc aiow. North 11th street. IIJUI) .i-i!. lalanre eight per cent. 133 uc 5-rooni, modern: Higlilandi: ore-half block from Central, with 4 -room furnished t-ottase In rear; rental income. 45.v net. $24'ii) 4-room modern brlc'K. two srrneued porrhes; barn, chicken bouse and wood outbuildlntfs. Lot 100x142 and improved ami all in good eondition. Highlands. Ideal for health. (.'no- mm i new, modern buiita liiw, hard WimhI floors, beaiitilul lireplacc, sleeping pori-h. Highlands. ' f (piiiM- s-room moilci'ii. : enielit block, corner lot, lawn, slnole. w a Ik . se i p i iiu porch, hot wcter licit. o"l. 2 bloi ks f i mil pa rk. ?o2"n i',. re, mi modern In U k. 75 fi et front, on Wist Tijeras Cash or J terni5t. j .IOIIV M. MM)I5E IJF.M.TY CO. 11KK lSll!.( i; I'.KAL IXTATE, ,I.t).S AHSMH'IX ! ill West Colli Av. I'liene 10. ;ylock'TS and feeders, f n.nO'o 5.5(1, ciuvs,ind hcil'rrs, $2.25 IV m" ; ealos, ; CJ.25 'o O.OO. Ib'gs - Kerripts, 23.1MIO; ln.irl.ct jsli.w and l"c lower. Light. ii.!ui 7. : 05; mixed. $.M 7.45 ; heav.v, ?i'..5 fi 7.35: pHirJi. $'! (I54i I1.S5; good to choice heavy, $i.N5 fit 7.35 ; iigs. $1.75 ii 7.23; bulk of sale, $i:,4iO'n 7.2". Sheep Krccipts, 43.000 ; j steady to lllc lower. Nativ e ma rket J2.00 1) C 11-lillK-i, $ I 00 l .Ml: w esprn. J 2.4H 'i 3. S3 ; :!.00'(i I. SO; lambs, native, .15; western, $ l.2 si ij.20. New 1 01 k ( otion. -epl. II. Colt Yi oik. 11 7 b ous 1 I" eoillts night. higher than th pre. IRRIGATION DATA Jen Percent Increase in Num ! bcr of Fauns in Ten Years ! Reported By Census Bureau, Washington. P. ('.. Sent. -Census ay the Director l)u til n 1 1 issued todav ecu 's of Irrigation 1 1 1 ( k laiioma. , is based on a preliminary comparative sum mary .submitted by Dr. .,- (iriind Powers, chief statistbian of the divis ion of agriculture In the bureau of Ho- census, under whose superv ision It was prepared by li, ial agent in charge of t . I eelc.'spee 11 rigat ion. This summary shews I hull h 1 000 and I SOU the mi nb"i' ol ruis irrigated, tiie length of cost nf irriga average eoit In w s aiso, for ige which ex ; th main tin itloll SJ'Sti per acre the year . in 1; ; lies, tl.t 'ins, i,n, irrigated, i'.ioo, th.- tel 1.1 Cn 1 1 isting cut n 11' ,scs ni' - i.ipahle'of sup- plying, in. I tin interne includeil In jexistitig projccls. the number ni lu ."lepelideni enterprises, the length of , lateral ditches, number of reservoirs ! capacity of reservoirs, number of j flowing wells, nuii. 1.1 r of wells pump led for irrigation, number of pumping 'plants, engine capacity of pumping plants, acreage irrigated with pump ed wntir, ; nil the average annual cost of 1 1 111 i 11 1 ciin 1 iv and 1 peration. Tno ; mi i rage in icaler' is classified by the .type of enterprise supplving vat r anil by the course of water supply. ! Tin; act of congress of February 'IT, I 1010, under which the censu of ir Irlgatioii is I - - i t f.- t.'ken, provides for collecting Vull in i'. i niat ion cone ru ling the loeall 1.1, ( ba I'.i'-tci-, and costs I of irrigation enterprises under nu jtloiial, (dale or private control; the j acreage of land irrigaled; the prices jiil which land with water rigbta ran 1 be 1 blai'ied and the ouantily of tis- number of farms in the state InrreJin- ctl 75.4 per cent, on many of the farms reported Irrigated only small gard di-? a re watered. I Tile toial acreage irrigated 111 lO'iO j was 5,402 id'i'e, iie,iinst 2.T5S acres In I '00, an Increase of 2,(143 acres, or I5.N per rem. During Iho .same per I lod the improv ed tirreiigo on fnrins I increased I'll. I per cent, indicating r very slight deep-rise in the jiercent. 'uKe mi linproverl hind irrigaled. The 'percentage Is luit 0.03 In either ye'ir. , showing; that irrigation is , very tin- important factor in f'klahoma ag- rleiilinre. ' The trial ncrcage which all enter prises were capable of Irrigating in '1910 was 7,411, an cxces of 2, MO 1 Mcrvg over the ana Irrigated in 1000. Tho nreii Included in projects now ''"nipleti'il or under constnu tio'i is I'.'iij, an excess 01 -ruin acres nor in. .,i-,.i I e . ; e , 1 . , , 1 i 1 cnei 1000 was 54 nines against OS In l';oo, a decrease "f '-'" '' per rent, In view if Hie inrrease fn the area Irrigated, It Is probable thill these decreases are due to differences In enumeration rather than to aftual decreases in the "mher o'' enterprises and length of ditches. The number of reservoirs reported Is 11, u'lh a combined ca pacity of 22 uoro-fcet. The number ef Wells tm tn 1 ni' for Irrigation was fi'i. ami the acreage irrigated with pumped water is I in, or slightly less haii 2 acres per well. The total 11 "t of Irrigation svstems reported for 101" was $17. 200 aiialiist $lfi,72. an Inrif-a. of $L'5.3-JH, ,,r 12!i per cent. The nvirage cost per acre In 101" was $;.' t) ag.iinst .'7.13 in IS!P, u' (b'ireaso of Jl.l pit' cent. 01 MOM- Y TO 1(. On Furniture, i.m s. uiKna, H.r WHir.-ns .nil oilier i h itte'.; hii i.n saiar w unj WarehauHo Kv.--- ;.t.. a. lew tin li, n I ua hlL-tl a tll.il llll I nam ara mwk;v noit nii p:i.o;y prlvaiu- Tim etii m. itli tu en? yv.ir K v?n. iK.e.l. !. r ll':llll o yinir s. .He-Men. (iur rmrl ur. r-M..nt.l'- ('.ill d'i'1 u. b.fi.f tur-r- oik Strain. hip lu knia t. mul frem ail uail .-f th werl.t TIU. lUlt SI-HOI l 1.V t OVl'ANV. IbHiina i and I. timnt IMtlV.vt'K nu ll KS, OP UN I'VKNINUS Klliv, VkI (fuir.il Avrane. FOR SALE. $j;00 J. room frame, modern, sleep ing porch, corner lot, trees; Fourth Hard, near ivr line. I 1 2.(130 7-rootn fraiiie eotta;;o; mod ern: lot liT l-215ti; shado und fruit trees; Fourth ward. $4,200- Ci-roont, modern bungalow, lot 75x142; good outbuildings; N. Flev. enth street. 52.750 fi-room In-iik. moderi.. cornet lot, fine shade, good outbuildings; N. Second street; ilose In, 2 .100 5-room brick, inudern. Fourth w ard, easy terms. $2,0'0 5-room tiame, bath. cellar, 1' rge porch; S. . Walter; eusy terms. $ 1000 9-rooin. 2 -story brl , li modern, West Central, tine location; $1,000 cash, balance S per cent. M FY TO LOW FIKK 1SI KAM K L FLEISCHER II Smith Fourth Street. Phono 7. NeM to New rostofflec CALL AHnKiiiiipii" Parcel Uclivcry for prompt delivery, rhono 17. jADVERTI SJN tMED I UM AdvertiBern: The tsreat tas ot North Dakota off' ra tirllmlted oppor portunltles for businosi to dasslfled advertisers. The recognized adver tising medium Is the Fr.rgo Dallj nd Sunduy Courier-News, the only aeven day paper In the inte and th paper which carries the largest atnount of classified dvertlslng. The Courier-New covers North Dakota like a blanket; reaching all parts of the state tho (lav of cubllcatlon, It 1 the paper to use In order to get re sults; rates one cent per word first Insertion, one-half cent per word sue ceodlnor Insertion; fifty cents per line per month. Address The Courier News, Fargo, N. D. ADVKKTISUUS Indiana, offers un limited opportunities for business to clasrlfled advertisers. A recognized advertising medium Is U19 Dully and Trl-Woeklj Futerprise, published at Noblesville, mid carrying tho largest amount of classified business In that go"Pon. The Fnterprlse covers 11am. Uton County thnrougbly und Is the medium to use to get reaulla. Hates, J-2o per word; 6 IriBertlons for the price of 6. Nothing taken under 10c. Address. THK ENTKUPK1SK. Nuldes vllle, Ind. HELP WANTErpFemaie7 WANTFD Coinpcti nt work. Mrs. ,T. S. girl for Iiouse Wuolse.v, Last Cold-ou-thc-llill. WANTKI) At once, an experienced chambermaid. Call or phono SCI, Dr. Shortle ranilarluni. WAN'I KD Lxpt ricnccil help in al teration department; apply at Ros en wa Id's. WANTFD I July for real estate oT-' ficc, one who can use typewriter preferred. Address Kial Instate, enro MoriMiu: .lnurnal. WANTKI) A woman for house work, one thai 1 an do plain w holenomo cooking. Phone 420 nr call 1700 N. 4th. WANTKI) A young lady to learn nli branches hair work. Call rooms 3-4, Westminister Hotel, WANTICD A girl for general house work. Apply Mrs. D. Weinman, 70S Copper Avwi HELP WANTED Male.'" ' WANTKI An experienced sales man, liclail store, lleferelice. Ap- lil - PL .1.. .loiiriMll office, COLBURN'S EMPLOYMENT 210 W, Silver Phone 354 WANTKT) Kxporlcnco'l waitress; - Kxporlcnco'l i' al once. Kk'otriciitii. good uilli vantk"i f'.usiiiess. Address uiriitil. are Mornlni; ,L At i KNT.'i WANTKD To learn nurs ery Sali'snianahip. Special course liorlllcnlltiral training and I'll; com missions paid to hustlers, Previous expcrlcr.cc not necessary. Write to day tor terms and choice of territory. Pacific Nurseiy company, 308 Cor bett bldg., Porlland, Ore. VETERIi SAN FLAN'CISCO Veterlnuiy Collcgo. Sepslop begins Sept. 15. Catalogue free. Dr. C. Keane, 1818 Market St.. Sin Francisco. . , 1(1. -' I .. '1 . 1 J .!... The average i anil mainteici was 51 cetiis. 1. ml cost of operation e per acre ill l'jn!t Di-lrlbntion of 110!), bv I vp: Source ol No Irrigalion i rcage Irrlgiilcd In cf Liileiprl-e anil Water Snpidy. 1 entefp'-lses ill IIU' state are operating under Ihe lederal reelumation a t (act of June 17, 1 002) the Carey act (act of congress August I1:, i vi I 1 or irrigalion dl,---trcl laws. Co-oierat e enterprises supplied water o .'.olio aires. The p ma Inlna :!.P2 Hi res W ere supidled by imliv liln I and partners, lip enter prises. HI reams supplied 5.2ll!t ai res r II 7 ul lit ol i lu- total an a tr ibe I i ll iiiiiilig lii'l'eage, I 2S acres, w ells ' HO i 'I acres, and reservoirs rigati al. lakes sup a I ', f,u ilii 'ii I Banana Liked In Germany. Ten years ngo a banana was a rar ity In the Interior cllles of (iermany, but s H lesiilt of si en dy uilverlislng anil llle recoinnieiiiliillons of dnctors, the public now purchases Ihem ipilie Kelioi ally. uood Une Five-room, niodcrn house on car line; good location, in he-t part of city. Lawn, city water, good homo or gooj investment for renting ones have bit city and wants to sell quick. Fire Insurance, Loins T Portcrfield Company 210 Yct (io!d. FOR RENT Rooms. I Foil ULNT Sanitary and modern rooms. It lo Ornnde. tl W. Central. FOH iiKNT Nlrel rurnisbeii-rooms" modern; no sic. 50114 . (' ntral. Ft lit HKXT Store-rooni at 324 Wesi Central. Foil li K.NT Furnlshiid rooms lilmi- ern. 21s 8 Walter St. Foil It h'NT Nicely furnished rooiu, private family; no sick wanted; lady preferred. 410 S. 7th. TWo NICK llO(")MScTTight"h"oiiJer keeping, unfurnished or one room furnished. Prefer two young ladies or man and wife. Apply 1011 Norm Second St. I-011 Ki.NI Tvv rooms tor housekeeping, modern. 517 light South H road way. Fop ULNT Furnished froiit laToTii Pi iv ate entrance. 411 Wesl Coal, POP ItF.NT Kooms for ilonsekee7-' lug or vacant. Liquirc 301) Norili 1 : 1 1 n 1 1 vv il y. Foil IIKNT Three neatly furnished rooms for housekeeping, modern, clean and conveniently arranged; no si. k. 315 S, Walter t. F"lt UK.N'T Nicely luiiiisii7',iniotn" with hath, in private family; no sirk wanted. 410 S. "th. Foli it KNT Three furnished rooms. II 10 W. Central av eniie. Private family. FOIL IiKNT Two" lurnisii'ed riMuiiii wllh slecpliii- porch, modern, close in; ladies prelerrcd. 410 I-:. Central live. Foli IiKNT Furnished lrontnioTm modern, no sick people taken. ti;i2 S, Aran St. Foli ItKN'l' 'rvviicilghtl'u'rmTin close in, ivfi I heme, to lady or geiilleinun in health. .Mil W. Tl.tcras. Foil HKNT Beautiful front room In a new, modern house, everything new. No chlilrentioo V, Lead aVe. Foil PKNT Furnished f r(mt:ooiu", modern. 310 S. Walter. FOIl W' Kid, l'ktH'lkVtNrChilitM chumliers or light housekeeping iiparlment. 421 S. Kdith St. i'liutie 15S7. . v Folt HKNT Threw f ululsheil roonisi 111') W. Central avenue. ' Prlv a." family. Foil IIKNT Iiou.sekilig rooms, well furnished; modern, 816 W Coal. Fl i 1 1 "Tk.'T Nice,-" Bi7tTrt-;7ru ul tWv roniiis over opera house. Ainu ra. tiiurant or store loom. Address Voter Kitchen, Callnp, N. M. Foli HKNT ' l i( e-room house, fur tilslied; ceo .-oiUi Kdith. Foil IIKNT I' urnlshi ii front room Willi bath. 31 S W. Ha.ebl:ne Foil P.KNT I'lirnlslieil i-oonis sTmrle "r lor light liiuin keepliiK modern newly lenovateil and (lean 502 1-'.' W. C' ntraj. Phone 475. OI'I'ICK rooms in tirant Imlldlng. Apply D A. Mncjihersnn, .TournHl. FOH HKNT Kooms Slid iutil lioutw- keeplng roiiins; modern. Table board. $5.00 jier week. Westminister. POSITION WANTKI) lly joung nu'l. from Kentucky; three yearn' xpeti ence, drug store, also liisurunc-.' ei perieiicc. Pest of references. V, II, office. WANTKI) Position. llookkeeper and olfice man, with hunk 'experi ence. I'.esl of references. No nbjec. (ion lo leaving city, Care j:, F, K., .loHi'niil. WAN'i'KD An energutie, capable young man of 21. not afraid of hard work, wishes opportunity where fidel ity will be rewarded. Coninmnlcate IMlcr September 5 Joseph K asset, ri re (leu Del. FOR SALE-Livestock, Poultry FoiisALic Vlood milch"" iow. In diilre H ;; 4 W. Mountain road. Foil HA LK Two tlioroiighbred Anieriean fox boutliH. Apply 1001 N. Fourth St. Foli SALK Fuif .yoiiiiv Jersey and i.lucriisey cow. 023 North Seeiuid street. horses, wllh wagons und harness complete. Alriuiucriim Foundry and Machine Works. Fill! HALK At a bargain, 1 1 Tr ho " buggy and harness. 745 W. Tl.icru:; ji venue. FINK 1 5 ', h.'ll'ue SADDLK a ml driving mare, hands high, also buggy and Kinpiire room it, P.arnclt I'idg Foil SALI-: Driving n rid 2-sealed surrey use, liai'iicv' liupiile p ix i 5i'.:i, or plintie 1157. i-' Hi SAI.K- 2 gooii l.'ioil b and driving' Ip'rsi-s and a f er ones 1 1 I S. Second or pb !'( 'li SAI.K - Horse, surrey, u. a.i.l-llc w siiial! me 020, ha mess, Collin, Ida giaphophoiie, furniture. 70 1 W. Hold. Foli SAI.K Hood nillch cow, ' heap if ak, it al otn e. Ho. 2 ',',, . , u I ui in ai . WANTKI. pUnea. le-,h..UI S"'it t.r-il .af'.y :i( n a. aeitil. ratra A.l vaiuia maJ. I'll. u. M-i, Ttva titicurtty w ir.lti.iui anil liuiirevcmvnt i'.. vlfu-a. reetita I mill 4. v.r mi Lie a. Tlltril airaat . 1 lV"trnl rt,M- --TTC-i FOR SALE Real Estate. ?riiirri T" Three acres land, 4 room iraaio hiuise, some alfalta, range and snvne cardrli tools. 2 1-2 nub s north i ity . all for $"0. lib rial t mis. Nice 4 -room bi n k bouse, imlv $l,3v0. easy terms. Ve l.lt.ll A DI Mill, ,1I Wot trnral iciiihi For Sale 5-room modern house, close to shops. Only $ 1250 0'). Can be had en inontlilv pavments. l i.tiu) ni Nui:ii, 211 1 . t.,,1.1. A nice home with money making I usimss attached. Price $3,000. An old established business $S,M00. A fine sheep or esttle ranch $ 1.300. Fruit latin. Chicken Katun $250. Tophatn. 20 1 K. Central avenue. Foil SAI.K Thirty -m-rc lanch noi-t'i of Indian school, on main ditch; good house, alfalfa, orchard, g iib n. Half cash, balance to suit. W '. llolxhaua. Con Delh. wAit ii tin. cii.wia s. Two fine lots, Fniversity Heights, $250; two lots on Marble avenue, $50; two lots, West Tlleras, $1200; twelve lots and house on Maniuctte, $5M0; a fine home for $ 1500; ele gant bungalow, $ 1200; corner lol and dwelling, $2450. C. II. lloimcs. room I S. N. T. Armlo building. INIr For Rent S-iMom, nioiicMi house, good con dition, well bicateil in tho Fourth ward. $23.00. 5-room, modern brick, newly pa- pered throughout, J-'l o. . close in, Highlands, brick, nesr the :i-rooiii, double shops, $12.00. 7-ronm, inudern, Highlands, $21, so. right close lit; I.I.OYII IH NSAKl.lt, ul W. (odd. i, ii '' I ni,, i Foil HKNT I- iv West Lead. -room hiill!-c 410 Foil IiKNT - I 'Iv e-ruojiai modi rn brick, nr; s, Walter, 27.50 per month. Apply lull S. vy'alirr Foil Tl KNT - niti'i.-i-ootii'' brlc( Votings-; screened porehes, electric light, eas raliiie, sliHoe fruit trees, vva 'T paid, $11.30! rniiuire 1015 N. 4 til slreel, Mix. "I") Him or otto Dleekmnn. Ft It HI?)N'J'r Coinpletcly furnished j toiir roeni, house, close In, near ear line. Telephone 107'.l. 4 ANI"i! Hi )( i.M completo furnlsbod ! iiiodl'I n brick; m'Iosb In. Tho Lead-j er,., HO0 W, Central. ! Foil HKNT 4-rooui house, cement1 block, $3; 3-room house, cement block, J6. Phone 1 203 ' Foil IiKNT ColtaiKs. i to B furnished or unfurnished W V. Kntrelln. 114 W. Coal rooms. Apply WANTED Miscellaneous. F. M, Alt 'It' ; AN pliiiiilaioJ und drain laying. 2 10 North Waller Street. Phone 125s. W I I L III : V ---' Fug iisii" Ala reim i Wlri less common for cash. Address C. C., Joiirtil. (Juote prices. WANTKI.) - To borrow $500 on good real estate mortgage, for one year; will pay 12 per cent. Him 2i5. Yol 'iTi 'i i.M M I N is ni"mliriniibniTiTs. iuffs or curls. I also do backward shunipoi lug; use electric hair dryer ixi cil manicuring anil facial eleans- ln;' Mis. Clay. I K 4th f't Phone 521. TjioTt.VroN" Kxpcrt Mouse htnl carpet ela It v'. Phone 4il0. Cleaninit leaning a Co spe- e W. A. ;OIT t ' ( AHPI T CI.iaM.M2. Phone .MIS, i!0ft I . Central Ave. BUSINESS CHANCES JI.'.'H PI'li W'orD ipserilng (lonslfl'il lids. In 50 lending? pujier In the lv H. Send for list. The Daka Ad velils!nj Agency,: 4.') a S. Main Hi.-. Lu Angeles, or 111 Ciury St. San Kraut i'Ipcii . (oo) l'Ali(jAIN'-L(t J25Nii2, gi""l) new hiliise, lovely pprches, garden, Many payments, owner, "15 . Kdlth St. ' WANTKD Capable limn to iniiuac 1 1 in 1 1 1 It tnoru in Albuiiueripie; clean, profitalde retail I ki vines; no previ ous experience uociis.sary; tnu.it have $2,000. Fine 'opportunity for right than. Address, limitless. Journal. Fofl SALK no-loom rooming bouse. new, sanitary, modern, In rplcmliil Condition; good furniture und fine lo culion; a bni'galn; owner leaving city. Investigate al 510 W. Cetitral live., A lliiiiUcriiie, Foil IiKNT I'lifiirliiHhcd , inoming bouse of 12 rooms, with, central bull; new an, modern, adobe; six va cant lols anil good yard; Ml Main street, Helen, For full particulars address Victor Sals, Victor, N. .M. FOH SAI.K Al a bargain, good bak erv and confectionery business; ("X Ui lleii! (ippoi Uliol.v., J'.V'Ji '''i ll Wioslovv, Arizona. A CIIANCK to outage in sheep rais ing under positively Ideal rondl tlon.M. 2,000 extra good young sheep for rale: a magnificent range, ample tor 20,0iio, ten different watering places, for sale or lease. Address "onto"." box LI" llillsboro, N. M. WANTED TO RENT. VV A N'i'l :i i -Tbi i c modern rooms, pi e lerahlv lilil'iriilshed III good resi lience iliililcl. Not hculthsecUei'S. Ui. be Willi refined family. Address ,T, 1 ). ('.. ..Mot lilng -loiirnal. Try n Morning Journal Want Art PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. II. U. II. HKV Attorney-at-Law. Office In First National Bank Build In Alhuqueretie. N M. IOII ll.SO . A(toniey-st-lv. Ilooms 15-17-19 Cromwell Pldt. 's Phon 1 437. omoo Phone UTJ I.I.OKI.I-. s. umt h Attorney. Uoonia K-s, litem Hlmi, Alii'iiiicriiie. Ami-rlciin Miretv Itolnto DENTISTS. in j. i". Kiixn Dental Surgeon ?-3, Harnett liilldtti I'him ppolntinert. pinde by msll Rooms 71 I Pit I II VIM. IS KFI.SI V IVllllst, Whlliiej IIM.. lhiiin-riii PHYSICIANS AN0 SURGEONS. w t.. sif mVoLTTe Spcclall-t I'.ve. Far. Xw and JMiroiil Over Walton's liniit doro, plione I ITT V. .. MIOKTI L, M. I. Pra, th e Limited tr Tuberculosis Hour.: 10 to 13. S24 1-2 W. Centra' xe Over Wsltoti'a Dru Sior W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to (J'MTn-l l!l MIV lISS.(, The asM'rniann and Nogiichl TcM Salvarsan "Hor," Administered. State National Prink Piilldlns; Mliiioiicriille. New, Mi.iliH Kit. HOHI KT SMAItT TlllMTcutosIs lioonw I nod i. biting llulbllus lloiirn: 10 to 12 and J to I Tel. 21 SOLOMON I . IM HTON, M. I) I'liy-lciaii aiid Surgi-on Suite, tt.olliirnUt Hldg ARTHU R WALKER " llri InMiiranc', Ktyretary Mutna Mulliltiiat AssiH'bition. Plione &tt5 H 1 7 Wim IVmral Vvenne BALDRIDGE " LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builder's Supplies. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Street and Copper Ave. DiMI.V MAIL SFUVU K .N)8TAUst For the famou Hot HprliiK of Jemes N. M. Leaves Albuipierque P O every morning at 5 a. m. Tickets sole at Valo Pros., 807 North First Htreet fi.VVINO (LMUIV. Proprietor ano Mall Contrnctor P. o. 01 64, 1401 S Itioadwav Phone 1'og SANTA FE TIME TABLE (In (ffect July !), 1911.1 WI STIIOI ND Anlvo Depa.-i No. '. Cal Ftpros 7:45p 8:30p No. S, Cal. Llmlled .. 10;D5a 11:26a No. 7. Mux. & Cal. Kx,.l0:55p ll:40p No. I). Cal. Fast .M ill. .11 : 5 lip 12:45 F.AS'I UOl'JV I) No. 2 Tourist l.'x ,T T. Ti t No. 4. Chi. Ltd ,. ri:35p Nn. 8. I .'astert, Kx ...... H : 55 p No. 10, Overland Kx....K;00a 4;:o 6.05P 7:2Bp 8:26a i :i Pnsn Traltm. No. NOD Hex, Kx 12:20a No. 815 Kl Paso Pass.. 8:50s No. 810 Kan. City & ChL8:0Ra No. 816 K. City and Chl.G:8fip Itoswell snd Amarlllo. No. 811 Feces ' l. Kx... 2:20s No. (12 Albil. Kx 1 1 :25p' ' . P. J. JOHNSON, Agent - -- ; .m. - -r:.ar-r.--r .rr-s:---"- Ts i-ia FOR SALE Miscellaneous. Foil HALK Piano, room table, lulls, rugs and rol'rlgcrat' lluffet, uliiim? dressers, b.jV.'B, ,r. 80S N. 3rd. Folt SALI-; Household al kinds. Call 415 Phone 010. furniture of S. High St. I'olt SAI.K Cheap; 111 N. 1 licit. good piano. Foil SALK cheap, counter, dhow canes, scales and butcher's outfit, j At, ply KB 7 N. Kight St. Foil SALK Piano, sewing machine, carpet, u ringer, dishes, etc., 407 3, 7th Mt HALF MILLION orange, fig, pecan, ornamental and .shade trees. Write for prices. Alvin Japanese Nursery Co , Hex "A," Houston. Tex. PERSONAL IIAIf; Wi'KK' made from i Ial lab s this ard switch) a millings. flpc Plione 1073. FORRENT- Poll IiKNT Nicely tarnished room with board, home cooking. 202 eol l h l.'dli b s't WANTED Reaf Estate " W ANTHD .: ui :l a, o buy rea, :;i I small ranch about So. Ili!;h :'., L-weai 'i .iBBrl