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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911.
SEVEN FINANCE ID COMMERCE he OM1I IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL Wall Street. do. i l.l I THE ALBUOUERGMF MOn: 1 J W call j in ji .iimiiy IChion Pacific i do. pfd rsjfli.iB ww, wi.TgM .Ww Yui'k, Oct. 20. Krratie mov -mints again eharaetcriiseil the sto-, ui;.r!"t today, although it exhibited a consistently firm undertone. Prices seemed to fluctuate in response t lm well defined changes in opinion, which remains confuted ami unn; tain. Changes in consequence ..' o.'tcii perplexing and could be attributed unlly " tlu' varying fortunes of l.io.e fpeculutive Interests whose operations have been expanded considerably in the last few ilays. The market closed with a substantial Rain, ranging from one to two points among the t'.otlv-; Mocks, but the advance seemed to icpresont more the temporary ad vantage of one faction than a Kcji- r.il enhancement or market values. Although' activity increased on both sides of the market, the bears wu net aide to bring about such proi eids C weakness us they produced yes terday. According to the gossip :.; the street, a largo pool was at work in United States Stool. Wiethe!" there is any ground for such a report, ov! - deuces of manipulation in various parts of the list w ere plain, Heirs attacked the market energetically ,11 the early trading but made littic headway. Helling at the outset w ar. unusually heavy. More than 50.000 shares of Cnlted .States Steel woro thrown on the market within tho first few minutes, but although tho list weakened somewhat, it soon re- covered. After a series of unimpor- taut fluctuations thr nuirke.t took on 11 renewed activity before the close and In the last linlf hour prices w ere carried up rapidly. The metal stocks were most iii - splcuous. Transactions in I'uited States Steel constituted one-half of iln. lotal niorniiiL- loislties.-. The 1 on- per stocks, after several months j lnnrlivlt' tiecame iii'tiniineot in snot ulation. " Amalgamated copper Md - and Anaconda, Tenneesseo Copper. T'lah Copjier and American Smeltiiig gained a point or more. While tint movement in these stocks ii' largely speculative, It has a Vat is in current comlitlous in the copper metal trade. Snlev of colipi r conllnue on a large Fea't! for both domestic and foreign delivery nod jiricos have been tiuite generally advanced by producers and selling agencies. Although sales thus 'far this month are estimated at more than 100,000,001) pounds, it largo in crease in surplus stocks at the end of October is expected. Closing rtocks: Allis Chalmers, pfd 11 Amalgamated Copper 54 H' American American American America 11 American American American American American Agricultural licet Sugar .... Can Car & Foundry Cotton Oil Hide & Leather Ice Securities . . Linseed . Locomotive' .... 51 50 V, 1 0 1 4 S ? 47 H 21 17 -j S4 CO pfd American Smelting & lUfK. tlo. pfd Am. Steel Foundries American Sugar ltefining American Tel. & Tel. . . . American Tobacco, pfd. . American Woolen Anaconda Mining Co. 1 . . . Atchison do. pfd Atlantic Coast IL110 l'iiltimoro &. Ohio l'cthlfheni Steel : . . . llnioklyn Kupld Transit . Canadian I'aclfio Central Leather do. pfd '. Central of New Jersey . . . Chesapeake & Ohio .... Clileaf-u &. Alton Chicago Orcat Western . do. pfd Chicago & North Western Chicago, Mil. St. Paul C, ('., C. & St, Louis Colorado Fuel At Iron . . Colorado & Southern Consolidated fins Corn I 'rod nets liclaware. Ai Hud. .son . . iicnver At Kit) Orande . . . do. pfd Distillers' Securities .... Krie do. 1st. pfd do. 2nd. pfd. ......... 'Iincral Kloctrle ni'cat Northern pfd tlreut Northern Ore Ctfs. Illinois Central IhhTborotl-th-Mcl do. pfd -.- Inter Harvester , luter-Marlno pfd International I'aiier 10 m sou 117 134- 85i SO . . 35 107 Va 103 ,12G--)4 07 2S 7 5'. -i 230',i 2 1 0 1 273 Or 200 71 . 1Si)25 IS 37 154 tOS'j . (ilK-rf.-T 27 U 4S 139 "a, 10 162 4CV1 31 30 no 41 i 150 Mi 151 4 3 Vj 130 14i , 4 4 -. 101 U 11?i 1014 International I'ump "7 '"va Central. Kansas City Southern ...... 'In." pfd. . Laclede i iaH , Louisville & Nashville. Sllniicapollx & St. Louis . . . . Minn., SI. I'. & Sault Ste, JI. Missouri, Kansas & Texas ... do. pfd Missouri Facinc a(i'nal Biscuit NiHIoniil Lead IS 2 0 'i fit 1., 10 I U 1 -1 7 x H2 l:M 8 11. 67 .10 'i li:s''-. 4 7 sh .13 105 1 0 fl iH OS 1 1 6 nou 122 106 . !MU . 1 S 1 i at I. Kys. of Mexico.' 2nd pfd New ork Central, New Vork, Ontario & Western , Norfolk &. Western . . North Anierlean N'ti lheru I'm-illc ; . . . I'oclfic Mail . . . rciinsylvHiiiu ''"Opleli' Cis I'itiKluirg, c. c. & St. Louis filMmrg Coal .' l'l'"liSed Steel far ''iilhncii l'alace Car . . . . , Ihillway Steel Spring Jb.'iillng , llcpnblte Steel '!. Pfd 'b k Island Co , do. pfd .158 I . . 1 4 0 it J "2 1 '. ..84 "j . . 25'.; . . 4 7 . . 11 . 30 . . TV . . S6 . .10a?, . . 29 'i , . 70 . . 35 I. . . 21"; . . 18 14 s'- Louis & Sun Fran. 2d. pfd. Louis Southwe , O'l. pl, . cm Hi sjitt'field sti-el mid Jron "uuiefn I'aejfie Southern Kitlhvay 'to. pfd 1 t'llliesHeo 'I'prr 1' Xas K- rneliie . loir ii SI, l.tiHls 1 West, .. :i . . . . . 42 U0;' . . 109- . . U .. 4x . . u . . 25 ; .. 56', .. 64 , .. 7Si .. 34 '. . H'iU Gsn.Ouu I'uited States Realty ruited States Rubber I'uited States Steel do. pfd : l"tah t.Vppor Virginia Carolina Chemical . . Wabash do. pfd Western Maryland . Westinshouse Kloitric Western I'nion Wheeling & Lake Ki io Lehigh Valley Total sales for the day shares. . Trading In bonds was on :i smaller bans today. I'rlcvs Improved aft'-r early Irregularity; Total sales, pav value, 12.002,000. t.'nited States bonds Were ttnehan;; ed on cull. Boston Mining Stocks. Allouez Amalgamated Copper . Am'n. Zinc Lend & Km. . 54' . 2H . 4 . 15i . 4ll, .3 'JO . 9 ! Arizona Commercial .. Itos. & Curb. Cop. & Sil. Mg. j liulto Coalition j CuUimet & Arizona j Calumet & Hecla j Centennial Copper liange Con. Co 52 East Uutte Cop. Mine 10; j Franklin 6 i C.lroux Consolidated 3TS Uiranby Consolidated 30 Crccne Cananea ..... Isle Koyalle (Coppir) 'Kerr I.nk 1 Lake Copper j Lit S'alle Copper i)il:iml Copper ! M"'1" 'k ; Novada Consolidated . ! Mpi""' .Mines 6Vs 15 2 25'-j 4'j 10 4flh is; 25 4 38 SK 5S I North North Uutte Lake jol1 I'ouiinioa tiscetda. Fai rott (Silver & Cop.) . Quiney Sliannon Superior Superior & Loston Mln. Tamarack V. S. Sim. ltd. & Mill. . . . do. pfd Utah Consolidated, cx-div t'tah Cooper Co Winona 23 Vj 31 4t 4 Iti Wolverine NS Now York Kxclinnse. Chicago, Oct. 20. Kxchangc New Yolk, 1 cents discount. Chicago Board of Trade, ; Chicago, Oct. 20,A new high price record for the season was made today In wheat. Italn find snow ik rthwest hurried up Investors who had been bolting in vain that a reac tion wan at hand. Tho close thou ;li norvou;;, was 1-1 (fi 1 1-S net advance. Corn finished 1 1-S to 1 3-8 cents above last night, tcits up 1 -4 ( 3-H, and hog products higher, 7 1-2 to 25 rents. It was evident from the start that tho pit supply of wheat would be too scanty for buyers' comfort This con dition grew worse -us the day pro- grossed, being reli Intervals and then, cause any material reaion was that it throughout a good veil only ut rare not miffiiocntly 'o f.ctbiick. The main had been snowlnn part of the north- w est, More following ruins over night, unfavorable conditions could hardly be imagined for thresdiing tho greiit'tiuantities of wheat still in the In the fields on both sides of thoC'in lullau line. It was said that World's shipments, would l;e light. December swung from $1.01 to $1.02 1-2 and closed $1.08 l-SCol-l, a gain of 1 i 1 1-S cents net. Corn ruled t'trong all day. Decem ber fluctuated between 05 li-S and HO 3-4, closing at the top point of the day, l-4ifil- 3-S cents higher tliiin last night. Curb gradcN were firmly held with No. 2 yellow Uoted at 75 fjj TO. dats, though overshadowed by the greater activity of wheat and corn, received p. Hit duo to purchases made for elevator concerns and commission houses. Upper and lower levels for December were 48 1-8 und 3-4, with the elo.se 1-4 net higher nt 48 1-8. The provision trade caught eiiinus lumn from the jjraln pits (mil hois'- 1 onot.it Ions with i vim. At the last gong pork had risen 22 1-2 to cents and other bog products 7 1-S 10 en is. to The Metal Market. Now York, Oct. 20. .Standard cop per, Htendv spot October, November and Junuary, $!2.15(ii 12.25. London, ecsy; t'pot, 55, 15s; futures, 65, 10s; piistoin house returns show exports so I'nr this month of 11,005 tons. Lake copper, $12.02 1-212.7.-hllc. $12.37 1-S 12.50; oleetro eastlng. lg.OO'lf 12.25. Iiid. ea; v. $4.25 U 4.30, New York; $1,101(1 1.15, KOSt St. IiOlliS! 15, 18h, Od. Sin-lier. oi-iHV. SC.lJ'il 0.2" Loudon, New Vork: $0.00 ft li.lO, KhU St. Louis, London, Antimony, dull; Ceokson's, 8,12 1-2. Dar silver, 64 .1-1; dollars, 4 5. S.foVe AlPXlr.Hi St. TiuN Siielter. t.oi.lr. Mo.. Oct. 20.--Le.ld firm, St. ! t.i 1!i 11.",: siielt-.r. linn, H'.. - I New York Cotton. voi-i, fi.t. 20. Cotton futures New closed veiv steady. Closing bids, Of i?i'n- Vnceinber. $11.10; Do- tober, comber, $!l.2s; January, ?a.u, reo- luar.v, $0.21 March, jo.z: -n1. SO. 45; dune, $0.47; .luiv $',)., it; May August, ,.$9,43;. , September, $0.51 : . in. The Livestock Markets.- riilonuo l.heMfM'W. Chicago; Cut.' jw,.iHo' receipts I FOR SALE. $3150.00 5-room new modern bung alow, corner lot, east front. Fourth ward; only one block from car lino. M00.00 New, modern bungalow. Fourth ward; 6 rooms, splendid lo cation. I'art cash, balance 8 per cent, $51001.110 Fine, modern home on West I Tijerus, corner Sxl50, all modern, lawn, walks, shade, cellar, barn und j etc. 7 rooms. , $2500.00 Five-room modern cottage. itigninmi, near central, opieiiuiu condition. $2uo0.00 Four-room, modern cottage, east front, full lot; Highlands, just off Central. $1,000.00 Will buy a good six-room house In splendid condition, with shade und fruit trees. Highlands, near thopa. For Rent $12.00 4-room cottage, Vest Cen tral. $25.00 5-room modern cottage, High- lands, close in, nil newly papered and painted inside. $20.00 5-room modern brick. High- lands, c'oso In. $20.00 4-o-m modem flat right In town. JOHN M. MOOHR RFAI.TY CO FIIIF, IXSriLWCF, KFM. KSTATK. LOWS AM) AlVSTItACTS. ?tl West Gobi v. Thorn- H HELP WANTED Male. ItOHF.VS 1-311' Successor to 210 V. Silver. WANTKD C.irls I.OYMKXT Ctdbortl. I'lione f!51. for housework' waitress, whlto hotel cook and miner. WILLIAM F. tiflLHAf, general man ager Chicago Mill und Lumber company, will resign January 1st, 1012, and wishes to receive applica tions for the position ho Is leaving. Mr. ohlrau is going to Chicago. WANTKl A drug clerk, young man who can speak Spanish, with a few years' experience preferred. (live references and salary wanted in first letter. Address Henry Swain, Wagon Mound, X. M. cstimated at 20,000. Market weak. Beeves, $4.7 5 (i. 8.75 ; Texas steers, $ 4. 1 01i 4.00; stockers and feeders, $3.25 5.S0; cows und heifers, $2.00 (( i;.25; calves, S5.00 M 0.00. Hog.--, receipts estimated at 23,000. .Market slow, 5 to 10c lower. Light, $5.95 ftt 6, 02 1-2; mixed, J 0.00 (it 0.0 5 ; heavy, $tj.oof' fi.ti5; rough. $ti.00w' 0.20; good to choice, $C.201t 0.65; lugs $3.25!'! 0.00; bulk of rules, $0.3 0 'ic 0.00. . Hhofp receipts. estimated at 10,0(1. 'Ma riot strong, ( J 0c higher. Native, $2.25 fit 3.75; western, $2.50 Si 4.S5; yeitilings, $3.50((i4.25; lainlis, native, $3."5i'.00; western, $3.75 ' (i.l 5. Kansas City Livestock. Kan.'iis City. Mo., Oct. 20. Cattle. 2.000 Including 100 southerns. .Market steady to weak. Native stei is, $5.25 ii(8..ri0; southern fleers, $ I. '.Ill di 5.25 ; southern cows und heifers, $2.75 n 4.50; native tows and heifers, $2.75 Of 7.00; bulls, $.1,25 (0 '0.25; calves, 1.00 7.50; western steers. JI.OOJi 7.50; western cows, $;!.0O'ii i.,so. Hogs recelptf. G,000. Jfarl'.et 5 toll) cents lower. Hulk of sales, $0.10'i( 0.45: heavy, $0.25 51 0,55 ; packers and butchers, $0.25 ta 0.55; lights, $l!.00(ip G.45; pigs, $4.50 ft 5.25. Sheep receipts 5,000, Market steady. Mutti ns. S.OOdf 3.75; Iamb ;, 4.40 4.80; range wethers and year lings. $3.25 fi. 4.50. Boston Wool Market. Huston, Oi l. 20. The Conimerolal l'ulletin will say of the wool market tomorrow: There has been it deeper as well as a wider movement in the Foston wool market' tjjis week, although 110 phe nomenal trading lias been done, Per haps the feat lire of the w eek's trad ing ban been the sales of thren-eighths fleece, which have arrived In Uite n liberal quantity, prices arc withheld In wst cases on these wools, al though some sales are still reported at the former (imitations of twenty cents. The trading market of terri tory, however, is undeniably lower, Some territory' lias been sold this week on the basis of 57 'if 58 cents. New Vork Cotton. York,' Oct. 20. Cotton closed at a net advance of 5 to 10 New steady points. Dunn's Wtt -My Review. York, Oct. 20. Dunn's Week- New ly Jtoviow of Trade w: siiv lomor- row: linmetliato rent! ire merits to replen ish depicted ftocks coupled with low er prices, arc responsible for a con tinued increase in trade, activity. Tho Improvement Is conaervatlvo but steady. "Weakness is still pronounced In pig Iron, with sale.-- of from 10,000 to 1 5,000 tons of foundry grade:) report ed In eastern territory, pnrlly for curly delivery. In plates and structu ral material sharper compCJtlon js noted, and while now biiviness 'a k oping tip at the expense of values, orders for . railroad tatuipments and Bleed cars nre stimulated by tho lower prices. Wire pioducls are inovlni. good vidume and several additional contracts have been placed Tor pipe That the dry goods trade Is cx pn.ndlnf; sle:idily is shown by tho In ei cased operations of mills i'lid man ufacturers of different dry goods rpeci. titles. IPeached cottons nre iUie, but sta ple prints mid percales are well under order and soveial lines of glnghaiiin nre sold up lor spring. , P.uyers In footwear show a disposi tion M-pln.cc larger contracts to cover futuiw, need.! und m:iinl'a Hirers are iisdiing mhances to cover higher oust lei le.ntlior. . The kmlher M'V: tl.-'" dlHays'it spirit among the buyer.! -d' Willingness to operate. , . , ilps yv'i.SV r'N I1"""- PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS MONKV TO On Furniture. nan.a. OAN. u. s'cia. tlnriN is: alatt on Kalar- Wag na and athrt ha wm and Wreh'U 1 1 i eo and aa hiKft Kece-i'ta. aa Uw aa ini Luang ara quickly mail ana i'i.-oy priai. itme ..im uuntta la n roar hhq Uuud tv ta main in your i.sts.t"n Our rsia am P..u...,Kl i'U a.ui R,' ua nrfora ber r,)viii riteamvhip ttckta anu (rum P f parts f th wrl-l THK IIWl'SHlOl.W rPASl H. S and 4, lintnt Hldg , 1'HIVAl'B OH-i. KH. Ul'KN EVKX1MSS M.14 Onlrnl ifi FOR SALL $4000 6-room. up-to-dato bungalow, sleeping porch, hardwood Doors. N, 11th St. $2700 ti-room double brick. High lands, close In; rents $30 per month. $700 cash, balance S per cent. $1000 5-room frame, lawn trees, in Highlands, on ear line. $2100 5-room fr..me, modern, lot 50x142. Fourth ward. $4 sou s-room modern brick resi dence, hot water heat, Fourth ward. $4500 7-room, stucco residence, modern, steam heat, lot 75x142, lawn. Rood outbuildings, close in. $2350 5-room brick, modern, porches. Fourth ward, near good car line, ' MOEV TO LOAN' nun ivsvi: ynck A. FLEISCHER 1 1 Sooth Fourth Street. IMione ttJl Xext to New I'ostofflee Advertisecs: The gri;,t statu of Ninth Dakota offers unlimited oppor tunities for business to classified ad vertisers. Tho recognized advertising mcdmni la the Fargo Dally ard Sun day Courier-News, the only seven-day paper in tho state and the paper which carries thn largest amount of classified advertising. The Courier News covers North Dakota like a blanket; rVaching all parts of the state the day of publication: It is the paper to use in order to get results;' rates one cent per word lor first Insertion, one-half cent per word succeeding in M.tmii; tilty cents per line per month. Address, Trie Courier-News. Fargo. N. ' Advertisers: . 'Indian offers unlim it. d opportunity for business to chK-'sll'led . udverijscrs. A recognized advertising medium is the Dally tint! 1 1 ly Vh.torprlse. published nt N0ble5.vi.lle, " and "carrying the largest nit" out of classified bUHlnevs In that Bt'Clioll. Tho. Enterprise covers Hamil ,uii county thoroughly and Is tho me dium to use to got results. Kates, cent per word; 0 insertions for the price of 5. Nothing taken under 10 cents. Address, R'ke ' Kntcrprise, Nu lijesvlllo, Intl. ljesvlllev BUSINESS CHANCtb Hilt Fe. t:ik.-ti 1 f.nn N. M. SAl.tO Harness diop at SantH N. M. Will sell nt invoice If at once Will invaice $1200 to Address II. riclictt, Santa Fa, $1.25 PICK Wultl) insol ting cla.s.d lied ads in 21! leading papers In the (J. S. Send fir lhd. Tho Dako Ad virtising Agency, ,433 Main St., Los Angeles, or 12 Clean- SL." Sail Fl'.ui- cisco, . ToK SAI.K Small second-hand Clark band mill. foot wheel, ii good condition. I' L. Miller, Cos 1 47. lterkeley,Cal. Ft i SAI.K i ml i;i it trailing store ill San Michael, Aria. Will sell H"" stock and rent tho store; will invoice about $2,000; will take pari payment ana time 011 bill. nice. Address lb W Siiini'soiKfliilliiP. N. M. Foil SALi: rest restaorant 111 town, good location; making money. Reason for selling other business interests. Apply or write to "M." Morning Journal. HELP WANTED Female. vVArTlTDTTxi'iW'ielH'ed salon ladb-s nt tho Reononitst. WANTKD Two dining-room girls. Apply at No. 90 4 South .1rdHl. WANTKD Woniiin for housework. Call mornings. 704 West .Hold Ave. wXvrKDA'gii-i tTir-light house work. Appy 0S WefLi!i'.'!L . WANTEIVfiiiintlreHa to work by day Applv oo N. Fourth, l'hon sii. 1 ; WANTKD Uirl for general house work. Small family, good wages. Apply " 707 Smith Arno. Tcelpboii" 13 OS. WANTKD uidles to know we are mnlrlnfr Biieclal low prices on even ing and fancy dresses, tailored f nits , and house gowns. Call and see. Ab-o ; npprenlicc-s wanted. Kllte Dressmnk- '-TniTS A L r"- M isceliaripous FUR SALR IH'' soda lounlain. $45.00.' nijv. n,;,!l,-r FOR SALFi Two howling nlleyu and one billiard isbln, almost pew (-heap. I'iibiee :-'n loonJl'n tith n.N N1 T VPKWKITKHS '' for sale or relit. Cnderwood Tyfcwrlter Co. 321 V Hrld avo. Phone 144 ' f7)K KALK 10 pounds honey for 1 dellvpred. Guv Sumner. Kox 05, or phone 1501. '' ; "Foil SLI0 Dresser, lounge. Iron bed, springs and mattreps. ('., nil mrirniiigs. 21n So. Htlt.' "' 7l"rSAhiti Furniturt', almost new. including 'Mission dining-room act, kitchen eitbinel, iron bedsl'.'Hds, dress ers, chairs, 1 to. No Hick in family. llKl'uIre 510 Hold live. In I H'OII SA LK-- Auion .hti.- P I.M II -It i-o.t-ae-tKiWf r I G. file bulg. FOR SAiTK-'lcii gooii heating stoves" 1 I4JIV. !old. ; Ft lit SaT.K -Hi' '''UK stove, 11 1 most new. cheap. 7IK JSrd. WILL "kKLL -Now 1 tun it lire, piano. chickens mid fousohojd goods nt private fi;t e on 'aorounf of leaving city, 527 N. 4th St. .''( VU SAL!': - lli'liliiu; 1 n'.fll, bear trap, buetilioai'l. brake and topi Will. House!', IC'I S. Walter St. FOR SALE Furniture. FOR H.LK"-Hoo"ier liiium-i base burner, flood eivmlll ion '.'.' nil. M. ' and 1 1 Ml Look At This! New five-room modem brick en 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 Cold FOR RENT Rooms. FOU KKNT Sttultar) aiift modem rooms, Hlo Grande, 619 W. Central. fT)"kK1:.T "Two very pleasant rooms. Modern conveniences. Close In. SIS North Seventh St. KOK KKNT Modern furnished room ( In Highlands to voom. 'dy No j sick. Address Vox 307 or phone i '34?. ! I-OK It KN I' Furnished trout room, huth attached eight dollar 10U Forester, or phone 116", FOK" Kl'iN--Tne box bull alb-ys toi bowline parties. J1S South Sectind Felt KKNT Furnished room to employed lady. No sick wanted 'tir Nor'h Kth si VOH lii NT X"W'ly'" furl 1 1 s h e d front rooms 521 West Silver. FDK KKNT Ftimisht d roono few - l" renovated and clciined. Handy to' K, It, shops. ""t "-'evih "11I s T-'tlH KFNT Nicely furnished rooms modern' no s'ck Apply t.i'N 1-2 v.' Ceutral Fui: KlC.sl '.brce 01 lm .r large rooms, lurnlslu d complete f. 1 housekeeping: no sick. 7V Kits' Cent nil. I I l-.N iS, 1 1'. I room. p. .nil1 1 ; 1 -s' modern eolivetiieliec; , 4.. x' Mar.piette u FOU KKNT Throe furnished rooms, modern. Olti N. 8th St. FOU KKNT Two (ilea sunt rooms for housekeplng; ttlau 3 adobe rooms; very cheap; suitable for bachelor?. 517 S. Uroudway. FoirTiFN i' Furnished room wlih private entrance for person of em ployment. 517 West lionet Ave, FOK KKNT Two turnislied with screened norch for Voonis house- I keeping. 410 .V fittest. FOK KKNT Furnished rooms, single Or tor light Iioiisi keeping moilein newl renovated and clean SOS I ' W Central 'Phone '75 FOR KKNT l'urnlslii d 1 rooms, porch, lavatory, gas range, piano. 1104 North 2nd. FO iiHuKNT FiTrnished froni room, close lii, no nick, Pbf'iio 710. FOK KKNT Two rooms for light housekeeping. 3 Oil West Coal. FOU KKNT Two looms for light housekeeping with m reeu porch, 101 i!i rii and clea 11. 0 I - Ari'o. . 1 ) H ( . I ,..io keeping rooms; modern. Ti4i!e b"trd $S 00 per week West minister Ft) I! S A L K C II ll A P itest Koomliig House in the city; centrally located, doing big transient business: full all the time. Will stand Inspection. Can give good reason for sell ing. Address J. it., Journal. WOLKING & SON IRRIGATION PLANTS, WELLS, WIND MILLS. ol'lee lit? nimTd" Cotowr -bauildiv to I'lione Mil 00 at also will go out lo' the tin Phone 1122. w. a. (;oi f cakpi:t clkanixo "Iioih r.OS, 2M"t i:. Central " " FOR SALE-Livestock, Poultry. I'OIt SALT-' Young about 1,000 pounds. mule, Phone welghl or wrli. W. II Coo. 1'nlveritv 1 PA V CASil for all idoeks ofgeiiiir .i mil.".".; if you wish to n tire wriio j lo C, H.. Join nal, l' (Ti:"lAJlo"iloiHe, saddle, buggy rind harness; good condition. 1301 S. Arno, I'ltli HALK liinile horse, driving, riding, harness, rubber-tired buggy, very reasonable Immediate cash Mile. ,'122 So, 7fh.ldioiioJJ21 FOR SAI.K Rhode brand K-d, , While Rook, Puff Leghorn and SB. iPimbnre- mil etH and cockerels, J. W, Allen, 1U2H-N. Kill. 'iron' KA f.K--Tefim tif hmv irooyh homes with -airon nnf eotnplete. Albiiii'ierfiitt . l,ie, H'erlo ha rni'i' li'O I 'Oil" HALF om 3 to U yours o car of young mules dd. Write to Victor 1 S;iis. icior, N. FOR SA LIO Fon r horses two bug- f- , IWO Ol.t OI IKlIIO-f.1. - I eheap. 123 Hoinh Hifh. FOR KAl.l'--Two horses broke to work, v.ei-hl abouf 1,000 i. Hinds. Inquire 1 Hi W. C.o'd.ve. F11K SALK -A fine milch cow, ,'UI0 Nori h I '.roaibva v. FOR SAL!':-- I env ing couuliy, must sell prouipily two pens ilu.roi.ii.rli bred K' llerstrio-s Crtstii) While Or-oln'-loiiB- one pen thoniiichbn d siiift'le comb Rhode bda id Rods nnd several pens of young loecilM, x.lili. Mr .'l,e-lal'r. Aft. p, diets of both , I olio Miin. WAWTEU Miscellaneous ! WANTKD Kviry lady and gentle- 1 men in Albii'iuoniue to play box l-ill. STORAGE. ata. urltj vvarh 'U and ltirfvemm Offn-aa "m S an4 4 ;ra' to..- rnirrt tira' OR UU figate: Here i-i somct'iiug vou want. Sit uated i:t the to t resitb'iico district a 5-room bungalow with large basemen wml ham: lot 7.'.l.'o'. This, j is going to soil. We have a lew Iioums to sell oil installment plan. If you want land In the Mltnbres Valley, see us iibotsl it. McCl.t CillW & M'XTF.lt. 310 West Central. I'iMt SAUe! Teti-to.no no'ovrn bi i' k dwelling in Kcltn, N. M '.ots Tf.n Mi, or will otchange for Alb,uerRue residence property. F I., A'alraC Helen, ,N. M. 1 HI IT I VKMS. Fon SAM: Two fruit farm I2' und 4T acres, respectively. Title I S. patent and imitation right. KulU tupped with heating nystem Foi particulars address F I. Wuirtth IV'on. N M Ituy 11 Farm Now. 100 10-Acre farms with wil ier. Improved und unimproved; easy jtajinents. AVrlte to Jolin Mut III os IIoe, X. M. foTsaleTtOUSes up-to-date, tliiriige und uutomo bllo. The healthics' spot In town . t'rlre right. T-rum easy. Address 1 ! o i.o 01 oboro "'ii I ft A'nVAiN liTholne. il West Silver. " b i it'll 1 !; sit iint o- of r:tu 1 w modern bung' d n big I bi-r I"', town It. irn. ' '.'ok. Mrrani Vdiiiess Vr s use. In .staff rlv Full S I.l : New lept house, l;',eO N. Second, opposite liukery. A. C. la:', i 709 N. 12th. ' 1 I 1 1 l offMIi: .11 11 bi.igaln. :-roo'o brick, larii-e Bleeping porches, fme rotinds Applv IO114 Foroter Ave FOK SAI ll Whole or pnri " 1 new t'-rci'-rooiii hu"s.- sib epltif porch 0'iisv walking distance bb-x for health seeker 140? North See ond. 1 FOR RENT Dwellings. FOK KKNT Modern house al HUH Went Copper Phone 7 "'T !tl;N'l' -ilricli cot I line. Wal(er st, lnniilre nevt doiir FOK KKNT Furnished 5-room house 415 N. filh st. ; 1'OK HUNT Two houses, Ulifurnlsh-. ed. Apply at Home re.-.taiiratu o 205 Cold, or No. 904 ft. Thl' f'( iff It f:NT -CoiiHioa 1. furnished r uiifiir"'sh W ' Flltrell" Ml V '"'.e "'I pi Foil KKNT-- Four-mom modirn flat, co!io in; i20.ua. Water paid. 1 14 W. Hold FOR I! KNT A 2-l'oniu and a 4-roo n furnished house, $10; each clos.5 to shops. 201 Lewis ace, Phono 1 495. ,j.W(lM.OOM) f hiiiU-IumI collate; sleeping porch; $12.50. Highland car line. 1204 S. KdithSt, FOU KI'.'N'T iMIinislied house, six rooms, modi rn. Apply 522 West Marquette, FOR KKNT Furnished house, mod ern, steam lical, eight rooms; close In; to responsible parly; no sick. Ad dress To Lease, Journal office. FUR 11 KNT Mi dern holts-. KIT N. Fiilil ih ti.: ii rm ins .1! d I'" t Ii ' uuh ranee in kid l.eii: hot iter he-it Apply A. W. Ali'iil!. s:,;; North 4tb. IONK pew ! and bath , large celliir, j water heat, Anson, S23 mt fiirrlslio.l I'-rooni l.i rfto s reeiu d pon h. irus range 111 sin nen, 1101 $75 per month. North Kb. A. W. .SKVKKAL lo w- modern houses, sh ronniB and bath, liirge cellar, gits range in kllehon, arllfielal heat. Rear hod-room urrangd with disappear ing glass to rWinUe to sleeping porches, $10 00. Inquire A. W. An nul. 2:' N'oi'b 4 1 li. Foil ItKN'f 1' i 9 Norlh Nlnih slteel, ehjhi-roomoil house; modern. Sleeping ponh. 1'ninao,. in basement; S' I'ei n',l poti lies $12 per month. Fa iptiro Orio Dlccl.inan or Mrs. Tillori Roeh. tinf, Norlh Fourlh FOR KKNT FurtiiHiiei! or unfur nished, beautifully furnished new, j modern bouse; porches, lawn, minis I III 11 o e IV ; uoee. inie, I reeled: in 11 "t be rented by 20th of I ( iclober AppIv 417 South Arno Nl'W modern bungalow, 211 North FJevenlb street, completely furnish ed, hardwood floor throughout, large .deeping porch Mrs. K. Frank, phono 1S40. FOR KIONT 5-rooin modern brick house, well fnrtilslieiP In High lands. f.nwn, shrtdo, sleeping porch, rjooa local :oti 4ddrcs I M bo 1'nal V-:7Vi :" l:"'sN"l' uK SAI ,K At inr frnme I gain, tno m-roottt, a-siorv I building, 115 West Iron avenue. Ap- h hi r vlav's ih . ' -....f t-r. I -tore SI 4 tVesI ! POR RENT Miscellaneous. FOR KKNT An Improved ranch. Cull telephonic J 407, FOR R I 'NT Ha in 1 1 1 VV. Sliver. FOR P. KNT Kefisonat.'b', (litlld hall, evening!! und .Oiiturd.tyu, piano, electric light, beat, kitchen. Call 80S ! S .Fourth St, FOR RENT-Offices and Stores OFFICH room In Grant bulldlnK. aiinlv n A Mnrrhsmnn. Jourtinl. 1( ill KKN1 SKire-rooni ut 624 VV'esi Onlrnl. - - wANfib Rooms.'"" WANTKD Two or three unfurnished rooms, slo'tm or furnace heat pre ferred, or pus; with electric light and hrilli. Family of four, bill none slolt, AddrcHi 1., JyUllutl. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. It W II lttt N Attortlr) ki l Klrsi Nationul ;ini.pi.'rou. ll. lm? Htk V Ml V WILSON Attortu'v-at-l j Rooms 15-17-1H Cromwell Hid He photic Mf.T Offbe Fhofta lib ', im;.k KMH k ttorne Alhinuemu' o, t leiio MireH Il4.uit DENTISTS. t'li J l:. kllAIT- Denlul Surgeon 'tooina i-S. tinrnett titillitttm t X npolni incuts mn.1e i- I" ' it Uil I Kl.Tiil iH'liilst '.tlMv H'.iv v r... , t'hon unit w. (J. Sll Mli.( 11, M 1. siee:ilUt l e. I'lir. Nnse and Throat 1 ver Walton's Drug Stor' I'lione 1 171 v t, mux; 1 1 1 , M : I'rHctlce Id.ntteO X' rilhe idot Htium 10 to li it 1-2 VV Centra i !vT W'llton'ii tro,. 4'. i-' io t ' ice t 'mifd I M11I-I KIN lt i-i;.. a-e -i iMtltl anil Noiiiielo ibiirsno ltit' itfiiiiin. r. it ' 11H Vij'iiiIi ! ' u 1 1 Ii 1 .0 1 Mi 1 tt llolOMt-I'lOle M M Met! V. I lit It I I N M II I'b'-iiliio mid Mirgi-oe irtlHUK WALRth Mitt I I ' lm, k-.-oclrtll.Hi I'loiMt veterTnarians. ROirWorsr ini.HINl!Y Sl-IMSEON. ilraduute Chicago Vet. College. 1892. 'office and Hospital, ror. First und Mnrouette. IMione 777, day and night. FOR RENT-ROOM AND BOARD tit; ir.'J.vi' In film II v 1.000 (tl R ith Kdlth at 'pflRCEl DELIVERY M 1 for tlbiiipieripie prnmnt 'loi'i.-i Parcel lleller I'l.oo. II WANTED Position WW WAN IK ll - position in 01 1 ice tor general office work. Box SI 9 J.iur- i '!. . i Voi'Ntl A I AN Hood health Well ed I ucated, w ith business experience and j.xconllve ability, desires general of ' lice or clerical position. Two years' ; experience with government utWitsh j Ingtiui. Host of references. H. P Li it) til. JhK 211, I'ostolllie. VV A N'Ti ; I Position as bookkeeper, gentleman; recommendation fur nished; graduated Oct. 0, 191 1. at oil Ice. 014 S. Walter St. Cu 1 1 p.l'S CI I A N't' FS- KXPKKIKNCKD "bookkeeper would like position. post of references. Applv "K Journal o-rriee FOR RENT Apartments Knit KKNT Choice 8 room apart ments: strictly modern; steam heal, opposlle park. Paul Teutsch, 3 Irunl I'.loclt "PERSONAL l,i;K 1 iRI.I'.'ANS ( ir anyone knowing his whores bonis, please send ad dress. Important. John Netzel, Sara toga Caie, Dearborn SI., Chicago, III, SSSSKSUSBBMKi&l'" Hudson I u yv Wall Pa pet HUDSON for PicturQ Frames Fourlh Street and Copper Ave. VUA MAIL Sl.ltMCl; A.M STAUF r tlio fnrnoiis Hot Springs of 00 ? N. M. Leaves Albuniieruiie P. '1. every morning nt 5 n, .n. Tick ott, sold nt Valo Pros., 207 North First street, (iWI.VO HAIiCIA, proprietor and 11111 II contractor. P. v. Box 54 llfl'l Unolh 1'ro.otiein' phnnii 1 fl (! SANTA FE TIME TABU i. . : . , .. s mu.i ,tl'li'.n S Viiui Pei--i -i, (. -l! l,Xpes. . . . I ' 4 Si t S -HU .) I'ui. 1. bolted IO;66a ll 25 No ' Mex 4 Col Iv 10 fif-n It 40: Nn 9. Cub Fast Mull 11'5np IS ' It ASTPOt NI) No 2 Tourist Fx. .5fp 4 i No 4. Chl. Ltd B:35p 6 05 No. 8. Kastort, Kx :86p 7:25 No. 10. overlnnrt Kx....:O0 i:i I'aso Trt.ms. No, SO!) M"X. Fx !!.!!" No. 815 1.1 Prtpo raw.. No. No M0 Kan. City k Cbl.5:0,a K ll K. City and Chl.6:35ji Hositell and Amnrllbi, 811 Peoosi VfcL K.. . . 8 1 2 Albu. Ex. .... U:2Sp No. No. l:20 P. J. JOHNSON, Agent