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THE AlBUQUERGUE MORMIM FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1911. SEVEN ... -. a i , m FIMHCE MID GOm MERGE Wall Street. Now York, Oct. IS. Fluctuations o' stH'k were much wider and more ;n iiv today than during the recent null s. ssi.uis. The market developed : I'airly strong tone and buying at times w:'s conducted on n heavy M ale. At the end of the day of the eon ttadictoiy movements, the list still ti,;1 well ahove the previous raN, s ,-l.ise. t'nited States Steel, Lehigh :illey and Canadian Pacific made u,t gains of two points or more mid most of the other active sh ires ro-e l,v silt stantial amounts, rnitod Slates Steel, which was Bold v.. -ut day for the ostensible reason that tin' steel corporation was to ran i.l its lcjse of the Hilt ore properties W;is l.oimht tiMlay for the same rea son on the theory that cancellation nl the lease would Improve thecor l,. ration's status under the Sherman law. i treat Northern ore certificates wrte affected keenly by the un- fiUllieclUt'lll il uir sicct eniiiiu"ii n ilcci.-ioli. Hit siock oroKO aoveii pi-lllis, luaMHfc u iru iiiiiui iti.s in iwn lays, and selling down to forty, Its lowest quotation since 1107. It sub suiiiriitly recovered part of this loss. Movements of the copper Kfoiip at tracted considerable attention on ac count , f the advance of the price of it, etui to 12 1-2. American Smelting, which lost ground rapidly early in the day, ncuvcred Its loss and closed with a gain of nearly a point, find Amalgamated Copper rose 1 Uepn sentath es of the copper mde said there had been reiently ;t preiioiincil improvement in the .situation. The decline in stocks of copper in Kurope smM to have Mreiigiueoeii i in- imci.mi iiiei.u net i - j lot. Closing stocks: "' .Ml is Chalmers pfd 10 Amalgamated Copper fiS1 American Agricultural 1H American licet Sugar American Can 1 0 Vi, American Car & Foundry 4S Ainerican Cotton oil 47 American Hide & Leather pfd. .. 21 American Ice Securities IT'-j American Unseed X1,, American Locomotive 334 American Smelting & Ret"g. .. fiT.Vi do. pfd 101 U Am. Steel Foundries 211 American Sugar Refining ...,116 American Tel. &. Tel 1:15 American Tobacco pfd 05 American Woolen SO Anaconda Mining Co 34 .i Atchison 107 do. pfd ma Atlantic Const Line 125 I'.alllmore & Ohio 9f Bethlehem Steel 2s Urooklyn Itapiil Transit 7T. Canadian Pacific 230 M 21 !:i 2751i 2n 73 v; Central Leather do. pfd Central of New Jersey . . Chesapeake A Ohio Chicago & Alton ChicaKo Great Western . do. pfd t hleoKo A North Western Chleimo, Mil. & St. rattl . C, C, C. & St. Louis Colorado Fuel &. Iron Colorado & Southern .... Consolidated Ons ("urn Products Delaware & Hudson Denver & ltlo Orande . . . do. pfd Distillers' Securities Erie do. 1st. pfd do. 2nd. pfd fieneral Fleetrie (ireat Northern pfd tireat Northern Ore Ctfs. . Illinois Central lnti rboioiiKli-Met do. pl'd Inter Harvester liiter-Mallne pfd International Paper International Pump Iowa Central , Kansas City Southern . . . In. pfd , l.uelf.(le (ins .... 17 . . . IS . . . 37 ...144 ...10SS4 0fi 3 ... 27 U . . . 43 . . .13x5,; ....10 ... 1152 .. . 23 Ms . . . 4 . . . 81 . .. 30 - ... 4r'i . . . 41 ... 1 r. 0 . . .124 ... 4 2 i . . . 1 3 8 'Sj . .. 11 Vj . 44'i . . .103 ... 14 . . . 10 u ... 27 ... IS . .. 23 'i 64 10 4 V, Nashville 147 & St. Louis 32 Louisville & Minneapolis Minn., St. P. & Sault Ste. M Missouri, Kansas & Texas . In. pfd Missouri Paciric National P.iscuit National Lead .133 . ... 31 !i 09 . . . . ljj . ... 47J pfd. 33 t 1. Itys. of Mexico New York Central . . . New York, Ontario & 2d. Kir, Western 3X; 10'j, . ... ST Or 70 1 1 (I SO 123H .Norfolk & Western North American Northern Pacific ''aeiflc Mail ' I'cniisylvaiila '"''"pic's Oas . ; , . , I'iitNhttnr, c. c. a. St. Loiils 1'itlNbiirn Coal 1'1'esKed Sleel Car '"'"I" Palace Car ', Hallway steel Spring "'oilinc , l:'Milic Steel '". pfd. . ," ', "o'k Island Co. ,,n I'M. ... .lnfl'4 . . 94 U . IS . ISi.i .1,17 . . 27 ,.13!' . 20 Vi I7f', 1. pfd. 40 1,, .. 25 v; (IS i.ouis s san Fran. Sl- I.ouis Southwestern Pfd. '"fs Sheffield Steel and' Iron s"ithcrii parine N,""icrn Hallway .. . "" prd ; ,", " Tenilesseo Copper". '." V ry & panne ''.'" . 3!) .10!i . 29 U 34 'i . 24 ',4 . IS . 42 . 91 '"'-I". St. Louis do. pfd I'nion Pncifie l'f'l. ...... West, 1 'l'Hl States "'Oiled States ''oiled States l. pfil ally ., r,8 Hunner Steel . 42',i 'opper' ".'.'. '. wX'sh t'"ro,llm ('h':"'i ,rtn' Pfd. . n " i . 47?; . i2; "tern Marylan,, .. ' "nimnoiiKo Hleetric .. 4U . . 7 ..ustj 557,200 -.11 1 iuon iv lie, lint' & 1'llleh A-..H le'ke Krle 'hilt-!!,,'' " " ''ho day Trnd ' bondn continued on j fairly active scale JM'.i.Oou. Sales, par value. t'nited Stat.-s changed on call. bonds were un- Boston Mining Stocks. Allou. i Amalgamated Copper Ain'n. Zinc Lead & Sm Arizona Contmcroial l!os. & Corh Cop. it Sil. Mm. ITtitte Coalition Calumet & Arizona Calumet & Hoda Centennial Copper Range Con. Co. . . . Last Itutte Cop. Mine Franklin Ciroiix Consolidated Oranby Consididated . .. r.2s ... 21 . . m 1 . . .. :4 . .. 4S, . . .;sr. . .. 61 . . . lllti ' ... 3 . . . ; (ireenc Cananea Isle Royalle (Copper) . Kerr Lake Luke Copoer Lit Salle Copper Miami Copper Mohawk l 3 Hi 13 2a 24 '4 4 18 , an is 7 '' 2 I a 4 )." 9 5S 2 a 2'i 22 31 U 4ii ru 42n t' I Nevada Consolidated . . . ; Xipltii ; Mines North l'.utte Norilt Jjike Old Dominion f Iseeola , . Parrott (Silver & Cop.) Ciuincy Sliannon Superior Supciior it lloston Min. Tamarack . . , 1'. S. Sm. lief. t .Min. . . do. pfd I'tali Consolidated I't.tli Copper Co. . Wlnonii Wolverine St'w York l:cliaiiuo. Chicao, Hi., tlet. lS. KschniiKO on New York, par. I Chicago Board of Trade. j ChiciKo, III., o, t. in. An immense I business was done today in wheat, j notwithstanding the price raiiKO was narrow, I.onss were apparently tak iiK profits and wnitiiiK for the easli t'emiind to catch up with the sain in lutiires. Compared with last ne,ht, elosliiK fiKitre.' varied from 1-2 cent lower to 3-X of a cent advance. The nd of the session left corn unchanv; eil to 1-S'n 1-4 down, oats a shade off to ti like amount higher and hof products slanting from yesterduy's I inures to 7 1-2 above. The key to the situation In the wheat trade seemed to he the fact that there hi'd been no mllliiiK worth mention since the recent. IjuIkc honaii. Nevertheless there was a great deal ef covering of short wheat today and much enthusiastic new buying. A yood share of the purchasinjr result ed from rain and sleet in North Da kota, where only twenty. five per rent of tlic threshing and fifteen percent of plowing: has been done, ltearisli advices from Kussia ami the AiKen- ilille exercised ul.so a somewhat rc- urn In I ni? Influence In kceii4i-tfr. market from heconiitlsf yverlmuKht. Tlic net result " was a yfaily tone nt thu linisli. I)oceiilhiluctilatcd from 1.00 7-8 to 1.01 5-8, with latest Kales 1.01 1-S; precisely the same as last uli-lil. Promise of eloar cold weather hold down the nervousness of shorts in corn. December ranged between tit 1-4 rU3 3-8, and titi, closiiiK steady I-SC11 1-4 cent net lower at ti 5 3-SW (.. 1-2. Cash trrades Were in IlKht supply. No. 2 yellow was quoted at 7Mi'74 l-4(ii77. ' Orits were sustained by the lai'i;e rrss of the discount at which the spot main was selling under com. Decem l'tr ranced between 4S and 47 3-4, with the close 47 7-8, u net Kain of a shade. Fear that hoit cholera would re duce supplies at the yard mad.- the provision market firm, in no case, however, did prices rise more than 7 1-2 nil. The Livestock Markets. Clilmfio Livestock. ChicaKO, 111., Oct. l'J. Cattle re ceipts estimated at B.r.oo. M irkel stroll);; beeves, ?LS0H.i S.Sd; Texas steers, J4.lOr,r4.i5; stockers and feed ers, $.lsS4r5.7B: cows and heifers, 2.0H'r,.25; r ilven $5.5HWS. 7.1. Hog receipts esllmateil nt 2fi,000. Market strotiR to U cents higher; IlKhl $ii.f)0 fit 11.75; heavy, $ii.afi(i( 0.7.r; li UKh, IK.tiSisfi.SG; ood to choice heavy, $.25ru fi.76; pis, $n.r,Ofi'C..no; hulk of sales, $ti.40r,r o.-ru. Hhecp receipts estimated at .18,000. Market steady. Native, $ 21.2.1 (Se' ::.7r ; western, $2.40 3. SO; yearllntis, $:i.00 W4.2S; linnbs. native, $3.7501 5. SO; Western, il.Kil f,i li.liu. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, Alo., Oct. l'J. Cattle receipts, 7,000, includliiM; 1,500 south erns. .Market strong. Native steers, $r.5K, s.50; southern Steel's, $l.00M 5,26; roiithern cows and lieifets, $3.00 f- 4.50 ; native cows and heifers, 2.7" f7.00; stoeUers and feeders, $l.0lKif U.00; bulls, $:i.25W4.25; cfilves, $4.00 (ti 7.50; western sleers, $ l.oii Hi 7.50'; W(sturii cows, $3. OOiij'4.7.'. lloj receipts 11,000. .Market fUe cents hljfher. Hulk Of sales, Jfi.lOff 0.55: heavy, $(!.35fi ti.KO: packers nnd butchers, $i;.25iit II. CO; liht, $il.00"T $.50; piKS, J4.25'u5.5ii. Sheep, receipt!', S.OOO. Market Rlr.'iilv Muttons, $3,00 rti .T. 7 f. ; lambs. $4.10 !!f 4.00: raiiKc wethers and year lii.as, $ .1.0 ft (ii 4,511; rantic ewes, $2.r,0 ft 3.7.".. St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, Mo., (let. Wool weak; medium (trades, ci inhlnK and clothing. 171 20; llnht fine, 1ll'lSr; Ilea vy rn 25c. line, I 3 'ii 15c; tub wash, (I, r; t tT , by J 3f New Y New York. Oct The Journal 'Want Columns IF ri II III llll III II 1 1 I II if-iaranLT.njE3ar?aRgasag FOR SALE. 31"0.0O 5-room neu modern bunc silow, corner lot, east front. Fourth ward: only nne block from car line. JMimi.oo ew, modern bunitilow, Fouith wurd; 6 rooms, ttplendld lo cution. I'art cash, balance S per cent. Julian. un fine, modern home on West Tijeras, corner Mtxl.'.n, nil modern, lawn, walk's, shade, cellar, barn and ele. i r.xini"!. I f 2." oo.no Five-roon modern oottaRe. Hiclilrtnds, near Central. Splendid eotidit ion. $2000. no Four-room, modern eottaco, east front, full lot; Highlands, just ol'f Central. Sl.iiiin.tii) Will buy a Rood fix-room hoiiM' in splendid condition, with shade and fruit trees. Highlands, near shops. For Rent J12.no 4-room cottape, 'West Cen tral. t2A.no 5-room modern cottaKe, HiKh- lands, close in. all newly papered and painted inside. $2o.no i-rooin modern brick, HUh. lands, elosfi in. $20. 0l 4-room modern flat rlnlit In town. .rt)HV M. MOOUK ISKAI.TY CO F1KK INSVIUNCK, UKh FSTATE. I-OASiS AM) ABSTIUCTS. au ;oiii Ave. riMini in IUU1F.VS lvMri-OYMFXT Sm-essor to 4 olhurii. '210 W. Silver. I'Jioue s.-,. WANTI'I flirls for housework: waitr. vs, white hotel cook and miner. W 1 1 -I -1AM F. olILItAC, KeneraTtnTii-MK-er ChleaRO Mill und Lumber company, will resign January 1st, 191.', and wishes to receive applica tions for the position he Is loavlhp,. Mr. ohlrauj'i jfninif to Chicago. WANTi:i . dllitr clerk, .hiiik man who inn speak Spanish, Willi 11 few years' experience preferred. (live references and salary wanted in first letter. Address Ilenrv Swain, Wanon Mound, N. .M, . MEN and boys to learn automobile TeT pnlrlnB, driving on up-to-date cars; a,.-l-Unl -,...1 . . electrical, civil etiKineerlnn. survevlne In most practical way. Positions se cured. Satisfaction guaranteed. Cat alogue free. National School cf Trades. 2110 West 7th. Los Anceles. slow; unchanged to 5 points higher The Metal Market. New York, Oct. Ut. Standard Cop per itiiet ; spot October, November t'l'd I'lcceiiilier, $ 1 2. 10 ?( 1 2.:!5 ; hon- ii n, firm, sp.it r.3. Ills, lid: futures, lii, Ids. Arrivals reported in ,.w York, ,:,0i)it tons. Custom house re turns show exports of io, fial tons so far tlii.-t ttiotilli. I.nki- i-oppi r, $12. i;i I-2'i1J.7'j, lectruij tie, H2..17 1-21112.50; and ' S'tilln, 1 2 00 Ti J 2.2ft. Lead M'li t, $4.2fc4.3t. New York; $4.10'o 4.20, Kast St. houis; London, I"i, r,s. Spelter, $(i.lflifi I,. 25, New V. rk; Sii.ii.1lrfi.if,, .;;iSt st. j,,,,ii-.. ltondoii, 21, 7s, fid. St. IkiiiIs Spelter. ?l. Louis, Mo., (let. Ill Lead, stadv, $1.15; rpeltor weak, JH.20. LEGAL NOTICES Iaist will and testament irt" ,1. K. Iled dll), deceased. To Mary Jane Heddiiiir, Dr. I'enla- niin K. IleddiiiK, Don L. SterlitlK, ex ecutors, Mary Jane llndditiK, Cora II. ShiiKeit. Ha rah K. Truax, devisees, and to all whom It may concern: You are hereby lioill'led that the al iened will and estument of j. ,;. Meddln(r, late of the county of Ilcr nnlillo and territory of New Mexico, deceased, has been produced and read In the probate court of the county of riernalirln, territory of New Mexico, on the 2nd (lay of October, 1911, and the day of the pvoviriK of said nlleRod last will and testament was thereupon fixed for Monday, th 4 1 h day of De cember. A. 1)., 111, term of tald eotirl, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day. (liven under my hand and the seal of this court, this 2nd day of October, A. I)., 11)11. Kt,''' A. K. WALK Lit, Probate Clerk. Oct. C-13-20-27. LL(;.VL NO'l'14'JO. . Iist will and testatnent of Matthew ltldley, deceased. To May Elizabeth ltldley, execu trix, and devisee, KliBtibetli Itimlinir er, Fuililo May Ridley, devisees und to all whom It, may concern: You are hereby notified that the nl IcbdiI last will and teslument of Matthew JUdley, lute of h,. county of Hemalilli) and territory of New Mex ico, deceased, has been produced and read in the probate court of the Oounly of Ilernullllo, territory of New Mexico, on the 4th day of October, lilll, and the day of the provlnif, of snld alleged last will and testament was thereupon fixed for Monday, the 4th day of December, A. D., 1911, term of said coiut, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. (liven under my hand nnd the seal of this court, this 4th day of October. A. D loll. (fet'D A. WALK Kit. Probate Clerk. 1'ubllKh net. B-1 ("5-20-27, Department of the Interior, U, H. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. JI. October , liiu. Notice Is hereby given that fleort;o W. Ilickox, of AlbiKiuerque, N. SI., who, on Feb. 13. 1 000, tuade homo' slead, No. (ISTIUI. for SW 1-4. section 34, township 10 N.. range 3 U..JJ. M. V. Meridian, lni., filed nollco of In tention to make, final commutation proor, to estalillsh claim to the. land above liiverlhed, heforo A. 10. Wal ker, probate clerk, at AlbtlnUeniuo, N. M on the 17 day of Nov,, mil Claimant namcn aa witnesses; Mr YOU HAVL A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL PERSO N AL PR 0PRT Y LP ANS M(KV TO tO AN. On Furntlor. Kline ciKni, Horioi. M1I ml ether Cha!tll; iM on R.i.r k nj Wireheus t luw lit and a lUdAO. Loans m quickly mail and atrict.y prlvai. ilmr on in. un to on rr iiv.u. Uveda t r nmln In your pe.aliin. Oar ruifa ar rvaiumaulo. Call anJ ui tvft.r. bef rew.n slmmiMp ticket, to and froia all part, ef th werlit. tuk HorsKituin io tompajii. Kouui and 4, t.niiit Uldg J R1VATR OKKUES, OPKN KVEMNtiS. Oatrvl Ar.nna. FOR SALE. $4'i00 fi-room, up-to-date bungalow, sleepinn poll h, h.tlduood Honrs N. llth St. $27in s-rooni double brick, Iliyh lands, close in; rents $30 per nioiult. $7o cash, h.il.inco S pet cent. $li;oo 3-room frame, lawn tries, in Highlands, on car line. $2100 r.-room ft;me, modern, lot .10x14 2. Fourth ward. $4800 8-rnom modern hrlck resi dence, hot water heat. Fourth svard. $4500 7-roont, stucco residence, modern, tam heat, lot 75x142, lawn, good outbuildings, closa in. $2350 5-room brick, modern, good porches, Fourth ward, near car line. MONEY TO LOW UHK INSl ltAXCK A. FLEISCHER II Sooth Fourth Strti t. Phono 7I. Next Ut New i-ostofflc? ,ADyERTISlNG .MEDIUM Advertisers: The Kr. it state of Notth Dakota offers unlimited oppor tunities lor business to classified ad vertisers. The recounted advertising medium Is the Farso Dally and Sun day Courier-News, the only sevi n-ilay paper In the state and the paper which carries the largest amount of classified adverilslnn. The Cottrier- .ew. covers North Dakota like a blanket: rcaohlnir all parts of the state j the day of publication: It Is the paper j to use In order to pet results; rates j one cent per word for. first insertion, one-halt cent per word meceediiiK in ! m'"'"n; "r,v p,'r """ '"'r "lonth. dress. The Courier-News, Karpo, N. I-'- Advertisers: Indiana oilers unlim ited opportunities lor business to classified advertisers. A roroKnlzed advertising niedluni is the Daily and 'Iri-Weekly Knterprise, jmhlished nt Noldesvillc, nnd eurrylnrf the larijesl an flint of classified business In that section. The Knterprise covers Hamil ton county thoroughly and is the me dium to use to (ret -results. Hates, lu cent per word; Insertions for the price of a. Nothing taken under 10 cents. Address, The Kim rprise, No blcsvllle, lnd. BUSINE KOI! SALK Harness shop at Santa Fe. N. M. W ill sell at. Invoice if takn at nnco. Will lnuice $1200 to $15iift. Address II. Ttckett, Sunta Fe, N. M. $1.25 I'KU W'ultD inserting classified ads in lit! leadinsT papers in the C. S. Send for list. The Duke Ad vertising Agency, 4 '13 Main St.. Los AtiK'les, or 1 deary St., San Kr.ia- i-isco. FOlt SALK Small second-hand Clark band mill. 0 foot wheel, In food condition. F. h. Miller, Box 14 7. Tierkolev, O.-il. FOR SALIC Indian trading etoru at San Michael, Ariz. Will sell the stock anil rent the store; will invoice about $2,0(10; will take part payment nn,l tir.ie on balance. Address i. W. Sampson. Callup. N. M. FOlt SALK Host restaurant in town, cood location; makitiK money. Itcason for selling other business interests. Apply or write to "M." Morninit Journal. HELP WANTED Female. WANTED Experienced at the Economist. sales ladies WANTED Two illniiiR-rooni Apply nt No. 0n4 South 3rd Kirls. si. WANTED Woman lor housework. Call morninna, 704 West flold Ave. WANTED A Kill for HkIU house- work. A p ply SO S West Pol d; WA.XTKlv i,aiinilress to work by day. Applv (ion N. Fourth, l'hone 811. ' WANTED Uirl tress ticks, i:. Central. at once to sew niat A. Schick, 411 W. WANTED Housekeeper to beKin work by November 1. Address "Home," Mornlnir Journal office. WANTED Olrl lor Hencrar house work. Small family, Rood wages. Apply 77 South Arno. Teelphone 1.K1S. WANTED Ladles to know we are making special low prices on even ing and fancy dresses, tailored milts and house gowns. Call and see. Also apprentices wanted. Elite Dvessnmk Ing parlors, 25 North Seventh St FOR SALE Miscellaneous. FOR SALK $145 soda $4 5.00. 114 W. Hold. fountain. FOR SALK Two bowilmf alleys and one billiard table, almost new Cheap. Palace Snlooti, Vaughn. N. M TYPEWRITERS far sale or rent. Underwood Typewriter Co., 321 W. Orld BVe. Phone 1 44 FOR SALE 10 "pounds honey lor $i delivered, (luy Sumner, Itox 85, or phone 1 501, FOR SALE Automobile, cheap. 1 horse-power. L. G. Rice,, I'nrnetl hulg. For SALK Ten good heating moves. 114 W. (iold. - nlmoHt FOR SALK .-Heating stove, now. cheap. iiil S. "rd. WILL SELL New furniture, piano. chickens nnd household gnmM al prhiiti' u.ile on account of leaving oily. .'127 N. 4 III Si. Edwin Nelhcrwon Nethcrwoeil. .7,'icol I. Mrs. Aila Scofler-k, Mrs. ft, Werner, all of AllHUUfcr,,no, N. M. j MANFKL R. OTKIKl, Reghder. Oct. 12. 1-'. Look At This! New five-room modern buck on North Second street, close in; a fine place, easy terms, Better see us at once if you are looking for a good home, Porterfield Co, 216 West Gold i'OH HLNT SanlUr9ncTaTcTeru rooms, Rio Grande, 619 W. Central. VOU 1UCNT Two Very pleasant rooms. Modern conveniences. Close In. 215 North Seventh St. h'UU HliNT Modern furnished room 111 Highlands, to voiintr !dy. No sick. Address IJo 307. or" phone 134. FoK KK.NT Klenant housekecpins rooms, strictly modern; also Rinj;le rooms. Aiply501 ii W. Central. FOlt KENT Furnished front room, twth attached, eight dollars. 1015 Forester, or phona 1167. FOIl ItKNT The box hall alleys for I'owlin,, partjes. 21S Sotuh Second. FoU ItK.NT Furnished room to employed lady. No sick wanted. SO 7 North KthstJ l'oit ItKNT New iv lurnished ironi" rooms, 521 West Silver. Foil KENT Furnished rooms, new ly renovated and cleaned. Handy J.1'-!!' Jl'.J'H- "4 2nd st. Foil HKNT Nicely furnished rooms, modern; no sick. Apply 5tS 1-2 v. Central. FOIl KENT Three or lour larne rooms, furnished romplete for housekeeping no sick. 7 02 Fast Centrnl. FFRXISHFD room, private housi moilnrn conveniences. 4 22 W. Mariiiette nv FOIl KENT Three furnished rooms, modern. OK N. xth Si. run ui',. I 1 wo liirmsiieil rooitis with screened notch for house keeping. 410 N. fith st. FOIl UIJXT Furnished rooms, niiiKle or fur lli;ht liousekeeniiof , modern newly renovated and clean fi02 1-2 W Central Phone 475. Foil ItKNT I 'lirnlshi ,1 I porch, lavatory, was ranee I 104 North 2nd. rooms, piano. Foil llh'N'i' Furnished tn room, close 111, no siek. l'hone 71(1. FOR ItKXT Two rimlns for" liht housekeepiiiK'. :i(H! West Coal. llol'SEKKIOl'INii rooms coin idehdy f iirtilslu I, modern, illti W. Coal. I' olt ItKNT Two un. his lor Unlit housekeeping with screen porch, no cern and clean, t; 1 r, si ,i ih, KOU KKN'l KnoiiiH iiu Hrflil iioiise koeplng rooms; modem. Table hosrd. $5,00 per week. West minister. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTEU- iticn in ball. -Every lady Alhuiiucritic. and geiitle to play box F O It S A L K C 11 K A I' Rest Rooming Hoiim) in tlie city; centrally locatetl, doinu big transient business; full all tha time. Will stand inspection. Can givo good reason for cell ing. Address J. R., Journal. itl'.t'Bmi'.J. apjajJBS jipr WOLKING & SON IRRIGATION PLANTS, WELLS, WIND MILLS. orfl.e 112 w ,niM.r l'l.n. ltd. WANTKD also will 1 122. -Ijiundry to do at go out by the day. home; Phone W. A. fit IFF CARPET CLEANING. "I ion, 5B8. 2(ir K. Central Ate. FOR SALE - -Live s toe k , Po u I try . FOR SALE Young mule, weight about 1,000 pounds. Phone or writ,) W. II. (lee, I'nlverslly. FOR KALE Large or drive. 1 (Mill S. gent lu horse, ride Edith. FOR SALK (ienlle horse, driving, riding, harness, rubber-tired buggy, very lease rial do Immediate cash sale. .V2 So. Till nl. Phohe 1I2.'I. FOR SALK one car of youiiK mules .'I to (J years old. Write to Victor Sais, Vlclor, N. M. FOR SALK Four horses, two bug gies, two sets of harness; very cheap. 1211 South High. FiR ftALK Two horses broke to work, weight about 1,000 pounds. Iniuirc 1 III W. (iold Ave, F( 1 1 N , SALK A line irlli Uroailwny. milch cow. 300 For SALK Lcavln;; country, must pell promptly two pens thoroi., 1 bn'il Ki lli.'tslr.i.ss Crystal White ' -iilnirtons: ope iien t horciiie, hhi cd lsli:gle cotnh Rhiulc f.lirul Reds and I several pens ol young pullets of both I bre, ds. Addrei'H Mrs. Louis Akin, Flagstaff, Ariz. WANTKH- Two or three tinf iiriiiMlteil l'oollis, slcalil or I'lirlinee heat pre-1 ferreil, or gns; with elctrlc llglils audi balli. Family of foiiiVblit none sick, j y ! .' ". I ftneiilto rrnm Innpnil llinl Alio I , 1 1. juii j i i OKI 4UUI nui II mi it i iu,i , STORAGE. V AN 1 Kl f )AU i ii..UiU.H Warfit.Mi ar mprnTtnint Ov Oftic& r..im 1 ana 4. liiaot blixh. Thtrd airt FOR SALE Rcal Estater" H II. He --a is sounding oii want. Sit in the best resi'l. n district room luniKalow wi:h liree h.i-eiiien and barn. ,.i T.'aI.'.o This r- K.iim; to sell. We have a leve hocv, s to s, II on installment plan. II . want land In the Mimbr's V.ilt. y, see us abont it, MeCI.l'CJIlAX & UKXTl'lt. 2i West Cent i.O. I'CI; SL; Ten-room modern brick dwelling in Helen, N. M. ',ots 7."iX It.', or will exchaiiKe for Albii'iuerKiie residence property. I'. U Wiiliath Helen, x. M. iTU'l'l' 1 Alt.MS. 'I'll SAL'.: Two fruit farms. 120 and 4 7 acres, respn lively. Title U. S. patent and imitation runt. Fully uipped with healinif system. l'oi particular address C. I Walrath. Pclen, N. M. Ituy n l aiiii Now. Hid 0-ire farms with wa ter. Iiupiovcil ami unimproved; ca-y iHnmeiits. Write to John son r.ros., Hope, . M. FOR SALE HOUSES Hi It uAlih- M'v en-i win liou.su, i iKiii up-to-date, (laiai'.e and automo bile. Tlie healthiest spot In town. I'rlce rlKht. Terms easy. Address I'. O. box 377. or phone 201. H.VKiiAIN in home. HI West Sliver Foil SALK Modern u-rootn house, ftrnlshed or uiifuruUhcd. 415 N. 5th st. 17 U SALK or lent cheap, :i -room lent hulls,!, Call liios N. Second. FOR .SALK New modern buiiKa low, situated In bl timber two miles out of town. liarn, chicken house. Fine stream. Address Mrs. L. Akin. Flavstalf, Ar'?.. i' iaiM OWNER, at "u bui'Kiitii, 5-room brick. large glecpInK porches, fine protinds. Apply 1004 Forester Ave. Foil SALK Whole, or part, ten hits! new three-room house, Bleeping porch. Kuey walking distance. Ideal 1 til. -....I , I ft il V.....1. O - on-'. FOR RENT Dwellings. Foil RKNT Modern house at itOU West Copper. l'hone 7? R:.t,"TtKN'i" lirick coltace, in . Walter st. Iiutulre next door. FOU ItKNT Furnished ;.-roolii house. 415 N. I'.lh St. Full RENT Two houses, unfurnish ed. Apply at Home restaurant, No. 205 liold. or No. 1104 S. Third St. bolt ItKNT Cottaireai to' liioimT furnished or unfurntsh Applv W, V. Futielle. 114 W. Cos! Foil RENT Four-room modern flat, lose In; $2ii.iMi. Water paid. 114 W.Oold. Foil ItKNT A 2-rooin and a 4-rnoui furnished hi, use, $o; each close !o .''Imps. :.'ii Kew Is live, l'hone H05, Fot: RENT Two-room furnished coltfiee' sleeoltlir lioreli' 4 1 ' f, 1 1 i i IkIiI.iiiiI i ur line. 1 204 S. Edith Si. Foil I! EXT Furnished hoiire, six rooms, modern. Apply 522 west MilfllleUe. loll RKNT Furnished house, ninii ei n, steam heat, eight rooms; close in; lo re-ponsibb' parly; no sleU. Ad dress To Lease, .lolirnlll office. FOR RENT Modern house, 1 7 N. Fourth st.; 0 rooms mid hath; t::is ranno in kitchen; hot water heat. Apply A. W. Anson, S23 North 4th. iONK new elegnnt fiirnlshol 6-room j and batli, largo screened porch, large cellar, riis range In kitchen, hot water heat, $75 per month. A. W. Anson, 823 North 4th. SEVERAL new modern houses, Bix rooms and bath, largo cellar, gas rouge In kitchen, artificial heat. Rear bcil-rooni arranged with disappear ing glass to change to sleeping porches, $30.00. Inquire, A. W. An nul, K2:i North 4 1 h. FoiT7lENf -2 ill North Ninth street, nlghl-i oomeil house; modern. Sleeping porch. Ftirnui lu basement; scj'eened porches, $12 per month. Kit fiulrc otto Dlcckman or Mrs. Tlltoii Itoi'h, 1iiir, North Fourth. FOR RKXT Fnrnlslml or unfur nished, beautifully lurnished new, modern house; porches, lawn, barns nnd new furnace; three bedrooms rented; nitlsl lie. rented hy 201 h of October. Applv 417 South Arno. NEW modern bungalow, ,114 North Eleventh street, completely furnish ed, hardwood floor throughout, Inrgt,: sleeping porch. Mrs. K. Frank, phone 131!). FOR RENT 5-room modern brick house, well lurnished: In High lands. Lawn, shade, sleeping porch, good location. Address .1. M.. Journal. KOI III KNT OR HALE At a 'bar gain, the 10-room, 2-story frame building, 115 West Iron avenue. Ap ply at C. May's shoe store. S14 West Central. FOR RENT Miscellaneous. FOR RENT An Improved ranch, Call telephone 1 4"7. F" iR"rENT llarn--fi 1 lW. HilverT" l'" 1 1 1 It EXT I ti ill si ma b I, ( hi I ii 1 ft"i7TiT evenings and Saturdays, piano, electric light, heal, Lllchcri. Call ,'10X S .Fonrih SI. FOR RENT-Officcs and Stores 'rM' r, mkhii in wrui i ouiiUitA Annlv H A MnctMnri. lonrnnl l-'OK KKN'i iSioru-rooin nt 6J4 W f'-fllDll, LOST. L( e! T, Strin eil or Stolen, roan horse and saddle both branded. Relurii lo 1120 .Sotuh KiMtli mid receive rj- an. a I PHOfESSIOiiAl CARDS ATTORNEYS. Attorney-a.t-l.aw. 'ifflca In f irst Nutional Bank Bulla Jnr Aibiuiufre.ue. N M. lUIIX W.-Wll.SON Attorncy-at-Ijivf. Rooms li-17-U Cromwell Hldg. Res Phona 1 457. Office 1'hona 1171 LLtlKCIi 8. KI.4H K " Attorney. Rooms $-9. L'tern Him. . AI'MKiueriiue. Ainerlesii Sure! Honda. DENTISTS. IML J. K. KUAIT Petttsi Surgeon. Rooms t-S, Unrnett Building. I'hon 744. Appointments made hy mall. IU. t It.VKLI S KKlAtir IH'ntlst. Wldtlnr Itbhr.. Athnin.eniH JICIANS A NO SUKUtUNb! W. Ci. Sll XllUAClXrni ' SHN lallst i:nri lw,0 Hn, Throat '-X'Z-. "1!""'" I'niirJiore. Thone I HI A. MIOIMH,. M. y I'ructlce Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours: 10 to 13. $24 1-$ W. Centra' Ava. Over Walton's Tlru Htnr W. M. SHERIDAN, MTcT Tractlce Limited to tiEXITtl.riUXAUY KISiasKH The n"siriiinii anil Xomichi Tewb Salvarsan "t;06" Administered. State Nstltniul Hank Mulldliiit lbiuiioriiie. Xew Mel,st l,OMO. L. Illiau.V, M. 1. I'liysieinn ami Siiridsui !l(le 1 Rurpt-tt UH " .T T -- . AH I HUH WALKER Hrt losuruuce, eriirj Mutna HtitldluR Association. I'lione R jITi. 'Vt Ceotrwl timii. VETERINARIANS. OTbarr, d. v. s. virn:m.KY si iu;i:ov. Graduate Chlcano Vet. College, 1892. ' Office olid Hospital, cor. First nnd day and night. j Marquette, i'lione 777 , a FOR RENT-ROOM AND BOARD PELDELIVE CALL Allniipieripie I 'a reel Dellerj for prompt lollvcr I'lione 17 WANTED-Positions. I WANT El i 1'ONII It'll in oil i'-e lor i:o 210 J uir- ui octal ol'l'ii e work, mil. WANTF.i i'osllloll as i ekeeer for i : i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . wiiD or without children. Address 214 1-2 S. Second St. Yor.x7li AX -T;',,,i "health well cd ticaled, Willi business experience nnd tvccillive alilllly, ib sires general of flee or clerical position. Two .years' expericni e wlili government nt Wiudi" Ingloii. liesi of references. R. Fliniim, llox 213, i'ostol'fleii. I; IX 1 1ST Kit ED l'liarinacisl wants po sition with view to buying It' satis factory. Roberts, cure .loiirnnl. ' KXI'EIMENCKD bookkeeper would like position. llcsl of references. Applv "l" .loiirnnl office, FOR RENT Apartments. FOR RENT Choice 8 room nparl menls; slrlclly modern; steam heal, opposite park, l'aul Teutsoh, 3. Orant Cloek Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth Street and Copper Ave. liAII.V MAIL SFRVK li AM) MTAtili i"oi' the famous Hot Springs of mi z, X. M. Leaves Alhuiiuero.ua P. 0. every morning at 5 a. ,n. Tick etf, sold nt Vft.lo Hros., S07 North First street. (JVI(I (GARCIA, proprietor and mull contractor, p. n. llox 54, 14 0" nnVi I 'pi.nl.vi v T'l,,,,, SANTA FE TIME TABLE (In effect July 9, lull.) .i:sToi nd 1 Cal Express 5, Cal. Limited . , 1 Mex Cal IC :t Cal East Mull t AVI HOI M 2 Tourist h'v 4. Chi Ltd K. lOasterti Tin 10. Overland Ex. , 111 Paso Ti'Mim. SOU Mex, Kx Arrive . ,7:45c 10:55a 10 5M 11 5Ui I'cpa.'i 8:S0 1 1 25 It to 12 No. o No V. No No No. No. bD(, t.:;!5i . ti ; 5 1, p . 8.00a it), (l:05j 7:26l No Xo No, No No. No. .12. '40a SI 5 El l'nso I'rtss. . 10 Kan. City At Chi . li ;'.. Kit) K. CIU and Chi 35p Itoswcll mid .".iiiurillo. H 1 1 Peeo K. . M2 Alhu. Kx 1 1 : 2 r. p :30 2:20a P. J. JOHNSON. Agent Results From Journal Want Ads roil lir-.N 1 - Hooin Willi oonro. iwi In family, filfl Kdlth sl.