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" THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING IQU'.'&l. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1911.
SEVEN 4i 1 1 1 1 1 1 nn lERCE irnhwB journal YVant Column IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL Wall Street Boston Mining Stocks. FIIIAIIGE AND COBI New York, Nov. 10. Fluctuation 0f stocks m-ere uncertain and at tmes feverish today, but the market again exhibited decided strength. At the opening the railroad stocks show ed substantial gains. The market soon fell back and ,mie issues, including Canadian Pa cific, Erie. MlfTouri Pacific and Wa lash preferred Hist one to three points. Late in the day buying expanded rapidly and prices shot upward. The ralroad stocks, especially those of the western group, were leaders of the market. Trading was stipulated l,v the action of the commission for a' court in staying the decree of the interstate commerce commission for a reduction of inter-mountuin freight rates. In the flurry of the Inst hour, the must conspicuous part was taken by Reading and Lehigh Valley which were circulated. Lehigh Valley rose t 1 T 9 1-2, an advance of i 6-8 points, and Heading gained 4 S-8 points. The advance of Heading was at tributed in part to a gain of 27 points t Central Railroad uf New Jersey, In which it has a large interest. The industrials took little part in the early advance but later In the day developed strength. The copper shares are especially strong with an advance of 2 5-8 in Amalgamated copper. The demand for the copper metal was reported to be satisfactory fur both export and domestic con sumption, although sales thus far In November have not been as large as the average for last month. Closing flocks: Allis Chalmers pfd 11 Amalgamated Copper 60 4 American Agricultural 7 R3 American Heet Sugtir f6'A American Can 11 American Car & Foundry 54 American Cotton Oil 43 American Hide & Leather pfd. 22 '4 American Ice Securities 1 American Linseed $ American Locomotive Z6. American Smelting & Hef'g. -. . 724 do. pfd 102 Am. Steel Foundries 32 American Sugar Refining 117 American Tel. Tel 140 American Tobacco pfd 98 American Woolen 274 Anaconda Mining Co 37 Atchison 108 do. pfd 103 Atlantic Coast Line 129 Baltimore & Ohio 102 Bethlehem Steel 29 Brooklyn Kaupid Transit 78 Canadian Pacific 242 Central Leather 23 do. pfd 93 Central of New Jersey 300 Chesapeake & Ohio 75 Chicago & Alton 23 30 Chicago Great Western 20 do. pfd 39 Chicago & North Western 146 Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul 113 C, C, C. & St. Louis 63 75 Colorado Fuel & Iron 27 Colorado & Southern 48 Consolidated Gas 141 Corn Products 11 Delaware & Hudson 172 Denver & Hlo Grande 24 do. pfd . .-. 49 Distillers' Securities 31 Erio 33 do. 1st. pfd 54 do. 2nd. pfd . . 45 General Electric . .l54 Great Northern pfd 128 Great Northern Ore Ctfs 43 Illinois Central 141 Interborough-Met 15 do. pfd 4 6 Inter Harvester 110 Inter-Marine pfd 15 International Paper 10 International Pump 34 Iowa Central 18 Kansas City Southern 30 do. pfd 65 Laclede Gas . . j 105 Louisville & Nashville 150 Minneapolis & St. Louis 34 Minn. St. Paul & Suult Ste. M. 136 Missouri, Kansas & Texas 32 do. pfd 66 Missouri Pacific 41 National Biscuit 140 National Lead 51 Nafl. Rys. of Mexico, 2d. pfd. 33 New York Central ' 108 New Yo'rk, Ontario & Western 41 Norfolk & Western 108 North American 73 Northern Pacific 122 Pacific Mull 30 Pennsylvania 123 People's Una 105 Pittsburg, C, C, & St. Louis 95 Pittsburg Coal 18 Pressed Steel Car 32 Pullman Palace Car 158 Hallway Steel Spring 31 Reading 153 Republic Steel 22 do. pfd 81 Rock Island Co 27 do. pfd 51 St, Louis & San Fran. 2nd. pfd. 42 Nt. Louis Southwestern 31 d". Pfd 71 Sloss Sheffield Steel and Iron .. 42 Southern Pacific 114 Southern Railway 32 do. pfd 72 Tennessee Copper . . . 31 Texas & Pacific 25 Toledo, St. Louis & West 18 do. pfd 42 t'nlon PnclHc 173 , uo- Pfd 92 I'nlted States Realty 69 I'nited States Rubber ' 45 I'nlted States Steel 64 to- PM 110 I tah Copper 48 Virginia Corollna Chemical 52 "abash 12 Pfd. , . ............. . . . . 24 Western Maryland 59 "estlnghoiise Electric 66 Western Cnlon 78 Wheeling & Lake Erie 4 Lehigh Valley 17j Total gales for the day 1,141.300 shares. Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, Par value, $4,076,000. call "ed S,ate bonds ""changed on . 30 . C0 . 24 . 35 3 . 17 . 81 .390 . . 54 11 , 8 . 4 . 31 . 7 . 15 . 3 . 31 . 20 , 43 . 17 . 7 . 23 . . 43 . 90 . . 59 . 7 . 24 . 3 . 26 . 32 . 46 . 16 . 4S . 4 Osceola Farrott (Silver & lVq.) ., Quincy Shannon Superior Superior & Boston Mln. ... Tamarack C S. Sm. Hef. & Min do. pfd I'tuh Consolidated t'tah Copper Co Winona Wolverine Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, Nov. 10. Export clear ances today almost equal to a mil lion bushels rallied the wheat mar ket after prices had suffered n break of 1 1-2 to 1 6-8c. The close was strong unj compared with last night, varied from l-8c off to l-8c advance. Corn finished unchanged to a shade lower; outs up 3-8 to l-2ii5-8c and provisions dearer by 10 to 80c. In connection with the generous showing of wheat exports today, at tention was given to the fact that the total clearances from the I'nlted States and Canada since July aggre gate twenty million bushels more than for the corresponding time a year ogo. The bulls also were en couraged by II be rat flour sales at Minneapolis. A blizzard which sent the mercury to 22 below sero at some points Wi the northwest counted like wise against the bears. Earlier In the session the news was all the other way. Primary receipts were on a huge scale, notably so at Minneapolis and Duluth, and there was much talk of congestion of Buf falo. December fluctuated from 92 3-4 to 94 l-4c with last sales 94 l-4c, Just l-8c under last night. After trading hours a report was current that a broker representing the millers had unsuccessfully bid 7 l-2c under May price for two million bushels of No. 2 red wheat in store here. The house carrying the grain Is not Identified with the bull lead ears who a few days ago because of a difference of a fraction of a cent refused a, bid from the same broker for five million bushels in one lot. Corn which at first was depressed, rebounded with wheat. December ranged from 62 3-8 62 1-2 to 63 l-4c and closing precisely the same as last night at 63 l-4c. Cash grades were steady for old, lower for new. No. 2 yellow was quoted at 73 73 l-2c. Oats showed the best activity and strength In a long time. High fig ures and low figures for December proved to be 47 1-2 and 46 1-2 46 5-8c, with the close 1-21 5-8c up at 47 3-8c. In the provision pit sellers became scarce lute In the day and there was a general bidding up of values In consequence. When the gong cleared the pit, pork had risen 25 to 30c and other products 10 to 10(UT2 l-2c. ' The Metal Market. New York, Nov. 10. Standard cop per, firm; spot, $12.25 12.45; No vember, $ 1 2.25 7) 1 2.40 ; December, $t2.27 1-2 (?i 12.45 ; January, $12.30(0 12.45; February, $12.32 1-2 12.50. London, firm; spot, 56, 15s; futures, 57, 10s. Arrivals of copper at New York today 350 tons. Custom house returns show exports of 8,895 tons so far this month. Lake copper, $12.62 1- 12.25; electrolytic, $12.62 l-2Cd 12.75; and casting, $12. 25ft 12.50; Sales on the New York exchange, 25 tons January at $12.37 1-2; 25 tons February at $12.35. Spelter, dull; $6.30 f 6.50 New York; $6.106.40 East St. Louis. LondoVi, 26, 15s. Antimony, Cookson's, JS.OOdi S.12 1-2. Lead, dull; $4.25fi'4.30 New York; $4.10 4.15 East St. Louis. London, 15, 17s, 6d. Bar sliver 56 l-4c: Mexican dollars. !4G l-2c. St. Louis Speller. St. Louis, Nov. 10. Lead, weaker; $4.12 1.2H.15; spelter, strong, $G.30. St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, Nov. 10. Wool, unchang ed; medium grades, combing and clothing, 20 1-2 21c; light, fine, 15 il9c; heavy, fine, 13il5c; tub wash ed, 26 30c, New York Cotton. New York, Nov. 10. Cotton closed steady net unchanged to three points higher. Boston Wool Market. Boston, Nov. 10. The Commercial Bulletin of Boston will say ,of the wool market tomorrow: Trading In the Boston wool market has quieted considerably nlthotight prices have remained fairly stable, especially on the lower grades of fleece wools, was which have shown a slight advance with sales of fair Allouei ; Amalgamated Copper Amn. Zinc Lead A Sm. . . . Arlxor.a Commercial Pos. & Corb Cop. & Sil. Mg. Butte Coalition Calumet Arizona Calumet Hecla Centennial Copper Range Con. Co. . . East Butte Cop. Mine ... Franklin Giroux Consolidated Granby Consolidated Greene Cananea Isle Royalle (Copper) Kerr Lake , Lake Copper La Salle CopMer Miami Copper Mohawk Nevada Consolidated Nlylssing Mines North Butte North Lake Old Dominion FOR SALE. $;i00 00 Sis room modern cottage, east front. Highlands, close in, easy terms. $2500.00 Five-room modern cottage. Highlands near Central. Splendid condition, all new ly painted and papered inside; fireplace, two screened porches. Terms. $1500.00 Five-room, well built cot tage on full corner lot. Cement block foundation, two porches. Terms. $3150. Vv Five-room new modern bungalow, corner lot, east front. Fourth ward; only one block from car line. $4000.00 New, modern bungalow. Fourth ward; ( rooms, splendid lo cation, part ca'h, balanca 8 per cent. $4000.00 A fine home, thoroughly well built, with all modern conveni ences. Splendidly located on a full lot with east front, lawns, shade and walks. Seven rooms, and three porches. Cash or terms. Let us show you this place. $5000 00 Fine, modern home on West Tijeras, corner, all modern, lawn, walks, shade, cellar, barn and etc. Seven rooms, south front. JOIIV M. MOOHH REALTY CO. FIRE INSrilANCK, ItF-Al. FSTAXE, LOANS AND ABSTRACTS. 814 West Odd A. Phone 1. sized lines of quarter blood Ohio at 25c, although the ruling market i probably 24 l-2c. Moderate sized lines of original and fine, and fine medium territory clothing wools were also taken, us well its a fair amount of scoured W'"! for the woolen mills. The Livestock Markets. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, Nov. 10. Cattle Ue eeipts, 1,500, Including COO southerns: market steady. Native steers, 5.ti0 (fi9.00; southern steers, $4.UOfi5.2R; southern cows and heifers, $2,75 5? 4.50; native cows and heifers, $2.50'3 7.00; stockers and feeders, $3.75 05. 75; bulls. $3.25 f.i 4.75 : calves, $4.00 7.00; western steers, $4.O07.50; western cows, $2.75 It 5.00. Hogs Receipts, 8,000; market strong to 5c higher. Bulk of sales. $5.75 fi 6.35 ; heavy. $6.25(iT6.40; packers and butchers, $6.20 Si 6.40; lights, $5.75 ? 6.25; pigs, $4.25 iff 5.25. Sheep Receipts, 2,000; market strong. Muttons, $3.00 (j 4.00; lambs, $4.25(6 5-75; range wethers and year lings, $3.00 '(14.50; range ewes, $2.00 3.75. Chicago Livestock. Chicago, Nov. 10. Cattle Receipt? 1,500; market slow and steady. Peeves, $6.45(f'9.10; Texas steers, $4.00 6.05; western steers, $4.35(if 7.25; stockers and feeders, $.1.00(8 5. 50; cows and heifers, $ 2.00 Si 6.00 ; calves, $5.50 fii 5.80. Hogs - Receipts, 17,000;' market slow and Be tip. Light, $5.70f!r6,40; mixed, $5.90 6.65; heavy, $5.it0(u 6. 55; rough, $5.90 !T 6.10; good to choice heavy, $6.1 0 6.55; pigs, $3.70 fi 5.35 ; bulk of sales, $6.15 (ii 6.40. Sheep Receipts, 8.000; market steady. Native, $2.503.80; western. $2.65(fr3.80; yearlings, $3.700N.40; lnmbs, native, $3.75 5i 5.80; western, $3.75 (fi 5.70. Dun's Weekly Review. New York, Nov. 10. U. U. Dun and company's Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will say: Records of both bunk clearings and railroad earnings reflect the conserv ative expansion in trade to more , spirited buying to replenish stocks that became depleted through long hesi tancy. There Is Improvement In the finunclul situation at home while foreign conditions have been helped by the agreement In the Morocco dis pute. The situation In Europe und in the United Slates needs that strengthening of confidence which opens great stores of capital to big undertakings. The timidity born ot uncertainty has been the ehk-f under lying cause of retarded enterprise. Statistics of pig lion production and steel orders during October testily to the more satisfactory conditions In the Iron trade. Orders for rails for 1912 delivery which huve been long deferred, are now fast appearing, re cent contracts amounting to about 100,000 tons. Pittsburg reports some Increase In contracting for 1912 de livery but current business Is still Quiet. Modern te orders for cotton goods are coming forward dally and hesi tancy Is note,) In the placing of any substantial advance business. A much better business is being of fered In woolens and worsteds anil ad vance In orders are nov ahead of a year ago. Business In footwear Is fairly satis factory, and Improvement Is noted as the situation advances. Leather Is less active but there have been heavy sales of hides with firm prices. Only One "BIIOMO QUME." That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NINE. Look for the signature of E. W. OROVE. Used the world over to Cure n Cold In One DnV. -rr LEGAL NOTICES In the District Court of the County of Bernalillo, Territory of New Mexico. No. 8787. ; William E. Mauger, as executor of the I-tist Will and Testament of Bu sanah Catherine dale, Deceased, Plaintiff. . vs.' The Unknown Heirs at Law and the Next of Kin of Hosanah Cntherlno Oulo, Deceased, the Salvation Army located at Albuquerque, New Mex ico and all other persons huvlng any Interest In the premises de scribed In tho romplulnt In this action, defendants. NUTIl'K OF KC IT. To the Above-Named Defendants and each of Them: 1 The above named defendant! nnd 'PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS On Furattar tn . o-f.n t? rw Ira .ed Wi.i. lit f.it u low M 111.14 and aa Uoan. era quick!? mad. aaak triotly private TtiB etna in. nth to or 7r fiv.a. ttuuda to t nut in jtv-ur puae Our ratra r. reaMnaal. Oaii and . u. tr..r W toi.ti StrcM tlrk.ta to an trust aP part, o? th o-!d. THK HOIW HOin llN rOMfANT. Jtuem. t aa4 4. throat Bids, J-R1VTB OrTli'fiS, ti-,,.s rvKMst; FOR SALE. 14000 s-room. up-to-date bungalow, sleeping porch, hardwood Hour N. 11th St. 2T00 -roora double trick. High lands, clos lu; rents $30 per month. $7uQ cash, balance $ pet cent. $1600 5-room frame, lawn trees. In Highlands, on car line. $210u 5-room frsme, modern, lot 50x142. Fourth ward. $4800 8-room modern brick resi dence, hot water heat. Fourth ward. $4500 7-room, stuico residence, modern, steam heat, lot 76x14$, lawn, good outbuildings, elope In. $2350 6-room brick, modern, good porches. Fourth ward, uear cat line, MONEY TO LOW IIKK IVSIHIMP A. FLEISCHER 111 South 1 "mirth Stret-t, ttwino 74 fTt to nv IHwtof tW HELP WANTED Male. '"iiii;Yrs j:iim.6yi i:t 210 V. Mlvcr. riiotio a.ti WANTED Olrls for hmsewoik restaurant cook; teamsters and labor ers. WANTED Good milker, dairv. Matthew? SALESMAN V uid us supply thf I rik demand lor our goods, s me vacant territory yet In every Ktati west of the Mississippi; cash weekly. Capital City Nursery t'o., Salem. Ore WANTED A oookket per; must bt thoroughly competent and under stand both Spanish nnd Eng'lsh per fectly. Address A. Kempenleh, Per alta, N. M., giving references. Onl experienced bookkectters need apply HELP WANTED Female. WANTEDExperlencea sales ladle at the Economist. WANTED Ex7erfenc'd Miles Indies'. Apply Mandell, Meyer. Spanish speaking preferred. WANTED Girl for general work. Cell 713 W, Copper. house- WANTED Laundress to work by day. Apply 600 N. Fourth. I'hont 811. WANTED A housekeeper and cook. No laundry work, no children. Ap ply 1107 Kent avenue. WANTED Competent girl for gen eral housework und cooking. Applv 623 W. Copper. , WANTED A good secttntTglrT-Ap-Ply Mrs. Ivan Grunsfeld, 1009 W. Tijeras. W ANTED A girl nged 15 r 16 U assist with housework. Reference reojilred. Call SOI! East Silver see. FOR RENT Apartments. FFICE rooms in Grant building i pt y l . m ncp tier so n. J ournal FOR RENT- Choice $ room part ments; strictly modern; stean bent. Opposite park. Paul Teutsch 1. Irsnt Block FOR RENT Entire floor now use. as studio. Best located office room In city. The Gray Studio, 216 W Central. each of them ntid nil persons Interest ed In the estate of Susanah Catherine Gale, will tnio notice that the above named plaintiff hns filed tho above named suit In the above named court. The general object of said suit Is to sell the rent estate of the above named Susanuh Catherine Gale, de ceased, for the payment of debts and tor the payment of n legacy be queathed in hr will to the Salva tion Army located at Albtuiueniue, N. M. The will of said Husanah Cath erine dale being of record In the of llce of the probate clerk of Bernal illo county. The property to be sold of the above n:imed estate Is de scribed as follows: That real estate situated In Ran Miguel county, Territory of New Mexico, to-wlt: Fifty feet off the east end of lots numbered seventeen, elKlitcen, nineteen and twenty, In block fifty In the Tllllslle Town com pany's addition to Liih Vegas as shown on the pint of said addition of rec ord In the recorder's office of San Miguel county. New Mexico. Said defendants und each of them and oil persons Interested in this suit nre further notified that unless they appear and answer In this cause on or before the 22d day or Decem ber, A. D. 1911, Judgment will Jo ren dered In said cause against them and esch of them by default. Further take notice thnt the plain tiff's attorney in this cause Is George 8. Klock, whose postofflce address Is Robins Nos. 8 and 9, Stern Block, Albuquerque, New Mexico. V THOS. K. 1). MADDISON, (Seal) Clerk. Department ot ma Interior, U. S. Land Office nt Santa Fe, N. M October . 191 l.v Notice Is hereby given that George W. lilckox, of Albuquerquo. N. M who, on Feb. 13, 1909. made home stead, No. 08790. for 8W 1-4, section 34, township 13 N.. range 8 E..N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of In Untlon to make final commutation proof, to establish claim to the lund above described, before A. E. Wal ker, probHte clerk, st Albuquerque, N. M on the 17 dny of Nov., 1911 Claimant names as witnesses: Mr Edwin Netherwood, Mrs. Ada M. Netherwood, Jacob Scoflock, Mm. T E, Werner, all of Albuquerque, N. M, MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Oct, II. Nov. II. A Fine Home For Sale S-room, n w-, modern bonalo: base ment, large sleeping j.t.rv h, but writer heit, hard-wood floors. Fine loca tion and one of the fine homes. Not every day you can get a place like th.s. Let us show it to juu. Fire Insurance Loans Porterfield Co. 2 1 6 West Gold JOR RJNT Roonis. Foil RENT Sanitary ami nimliin rooms, Rio Grande, f,19 W. Central. For RENT Furnished rooms; limtl ern; no Mrk. Apply 50S.4 W Central. FOR RENT The b7. ball "lle for Bowling purties. IMS South Second. FOR RENT Furnished looms, mod ern. Brick cotttixe lor rent. ln- fttilreBt 2 I S. Walter. 1'OR RENT- Nice, fiiriii-hed loom" modern; with or without board. Trices reasonable, 414 W. Gold. FOR RENT Newly furnished mod ern room; gentlemun preferred, phone 1413 W. i Folt RENT -Rooms and light house keeping rooms; modern. Westminster FOR RENT Weil furnished rooms, centrally loeuted, very desirable, for gentleman only. 1'. 0."ltox IHU, City. Fo i i V E I j7 I M-IoT LE S u n n 7 ii uiTic hers or rooms for light housekeep ing. 4 24 8. Edith St. FOR RENT I'nf fit tiishcd rooms, suitable for office or housekeeping. ?07 West fluid. FOR RENT Rooms, large, pleasant. well furnished, modern, with board. Address Rooms, cure of Journal. FOR RENT Two large, beautiful furnished rooms, single or for house keeping in down town build ing. X Y Journal. FOR lUoNT Rooms. Large, pleas ant, well furnished, modern, with board. Address, "Rooms," cure of lournnl. FOl7KNT Newly decorated tin pished rooms, modern, clean and comfortable. Can rent two or three rooms for light housekeeping; elec tric lights furnished. Recently un der new management. 724 S. "nd. F0EDwegs. " FOR RENT-i'oiit-i.ocm n.riii'heil house. Apply ot Homo riKituitl-ulit, No. 205 West (fold avenue. FOR RENT Three-room cottage. 'furnished; sleeping porch. 1217 S. Kdilh. FOR RENT 1004 Forester avenue, 6 room brick house, with large sleeping porch. Inquire Edward Flunk, phone 1397 .1. FOR RENT Nice 4-toom furnished house with bath. Front nnd buck porch. Very reasonable. 1020 South Hroadway. 'Oil RENT Several new, modern 8' room houses, Heated, tins range! n kitchens; furnished or unfurnlsh d. "Apply A. w. Anson, 8211 North ''"oiirth street. 'OR RENT R0 S. Walter, a 6-rootn cottage, partly furnished. Strictly modern. Inquire R. K. Stamps, 601 W. Central. FOR RENT-NINE-ROOM HOCNK WITH LA INT E SUA MY LOT ON CENTRAL AVENl'E, ONLY 140.00 A MONTH. NEW STATE REALTY COMPANY, Sl'lT E 5, N. T. ARMIJO HLMO. RHONE 717. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry (jool) HORSES and mules for rent or sale. Simon Unrcla, 1202 N. A rno. FOR SALE Two horses broke to work, weight about 1,000 pounds. Inquire 110 W. Oold Ave. FOR K A L E I ,a rg e f in e Jersey lied hour for breeding. K. II. Journal. For S A iF, A cute little horse a holy run ride or drive, K, H Journal. FOR SALE A lew good driving horyf'a. The Crnnlils Wagon Yard, 41 S So. 2nd st. FOR SALE One car of young muls 8 to 6 years old. Write to Victor flals, Victor, N. M. FOR SALE (lood saddle horses. Call at the (Irannls Wagon Yard, or phoiip 029. 418 So. S Hid St. FOR SALE 1000 one and two year old Shropshire ranis, till A No, 1 stuck. C. E. Hartley, Springer, N. M. FOR HALE A beautiful four-year old mare, nn.no better, few ns good. 'TIs a horse you'll be proud to drive. Cult 41 S So. Ann st. WANTED Miscellaneous. wvvsNTAiTin PASTURE your horsca where you enn see them every day: good al falfa pasture, $2 a month. A. Chau- vln, 114 S. 3rd. PIPES repaired at Jos Richards' Cigar Store, 113 1-2 W. Central. WANTEi Wagon, second-liand, medium weight, spring wagon, suitable for overland trip by two men I Willi camp outfit. Address P. O. Ilox! 211, city. WANTKH Every lady nnd gentle-1 turn in Albuquerque to play box j lis II. I WAN'i'KU Sewing by experienced i drens maker, fonts nnd coat suits) a specialty, 413 Santa Fe ave. Phone I 9fi8. e w. A. tJOKF CARPET CLEANING. e plmne BOM, 305 K. Central A. STORAGE. ANTED r KOaV h !.. rancva snail. phm Th toffirtty WirvbtiuM Pd Improvement Ov, Of'ic rooins 1 and 4. lrat Ttx'.rA iitmi " r ra tveru JSALeal Estate For S.Uo Furnished tent bouses, close in, very cheap; 3 bouses in Highlands, close to R. R. shops, easy terms. For Sale Snap In alfalfa r;un h, close to town, cash payment, balance on terms. Chi. Wen ranch, close in. $:. . McO t GIIW" X I1 All.U 31 Wi-sl Central. Something Fine. New 8-room bouse in best resident district. Cash or payment. HOME III XITV x. 10 -J . Central. Foil SaLE Ten-room modern Pro k dwelling in Helen, N. M. Lots 75x 142, or will exchange for Albuquergue residence property. F. L. Walrath Helen, N M. FOR .SALE- Lots tor building near city limits; no city taxes to pay. C.i.sh or on time. K. R.. Journal. I III It FARM!-. FOR SALE Two fruit farms, 1!0 and 47 acres, respectively. Title II. S. patent and Irrigation riKht. Fullv quipped with heating system. Fol particulars address F. U Walrath, Helen, x. M. i on si.i:. FOR PALE -I .-iierp tract, valley land, 2 1-2 miles from town, level, best water rights, partly in alfalfa: also luiggv, set double harness, sad dle Incubator, otllce de:;k, sotnu household goods. Cull 4 1 u South High, uftetnoona only. Huy a I'nrtn Now, 100 10-Aci farms with wa ter, Improved ami unimproved; cosy pa ) incuts. Write tu John son Hi os Hope, N. M. FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALt: Whole, or pact, ien lota, new three-room house, Bleeping porch. Easy walking distance, ideal for health nceker. 1401 N ,rth Sec ond. FOR SALE House and b t, clieap Owner leaving town. Kelly, at Bpot Cash grocery. FOR KALE Seven-room modern house, with furniture, 76-foot lot. Address IT. tt rare Journal. . FOR MALE Oil RENT Log bungalow opposite Highland park; ten rooms, three baths, three fifty-foot lots, barn with servants quarters and garage. Apply T. S. Woolscy, Jr., Albuquer que, N. M. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. FOR SALE Single buggy and har ness, $40. 1101 So. Edith. ALFALFA pasture for horses, fl per mo. A. W. Mm llmiin, Alaineibt, N. M. FOR SALE Furniture, almost new, cheap. 3 I ft W. Hwjieldlne. Hill SALE -Stoves, and laily'g bicycle, avenue. dressers, IiimIm 1004 Forrester FOR KALE Slock of books and sta tionery nnd fixtures, will Invoice about $ 1,200. Mill $2,300 of business ltit year. Rent only IIT.fiO a month. Address P. O, Pox '., Las Vegas, N MeX. FOR SALE OR TRAME Hurley transit. Will trade for anything I can use In building. Ilox 377, phone 201. FOR SALE Two bowling alleya and one billiard tsble, almost new Cheap. Palace flnloon. Vnnghn, M. ANKW No. 6 oilier t) pewrlter for sale nt a bargain. Address C. I'., care Journal. TYI'EVVitri'ER.S for aa'ie or rent. Underwood Typewriter Co., 821 W Ocbl ave. Phone 144. FOR HALE 10 pounds hotiev for l delivered. Ouy Sumner, Ilox 65. or phone 1 R .1 H W". Hetuitllul creations in millinery lor ladles and little lots, Riingalow Millinery, 11th and Mt. Road. FOR SALE Automobile, cheap, 18-liorso-power. I G. Rice, Harnett bldg. EXTRACTED HONEY, 60-lb. can for $5; 10-lb. pit II for ft; beeswax, It fie a lb, P. O. Ilox 202; phone 1287J. W. P, Allen, Albiuiiieroue, N. M. pj Fol'.ND A dark brown horse, weight about xno or runt pounds. Call nt 41 S So. Second Ht, " WANTED-Positions. WOMAN, 4Ti, wants position us house keeper for one or more men. Town or country. Room M., Grant building. CALL Alliuquertpie Parcel lollTcr for prompt delivery. Phono 47. See the NEW STATE REALTY CO. ''For Prompt Service" We buy, sell nnd exchango 1'nrin Hiul Oily Property. Suite 5, N. T. A cm I jo Rliltf. Phono 717. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. it. w. n. ititv w 1 !t,,rec.tT b if Office In Fust National l:nk Build- iiii.'. Ainunucripte, .. M. John II SON Attorney-Rt-Ijw. 1-IT-1 Cromwell B'df. Rooms Res 1'hone 1C7. Of'ice I'hnne 1 1 Tt i.i:oi;t . klilt k Attorney. Rooms stern Block. Albuquerque, N. M. American Surety Ronds, DENTISTS. DR. J. K KRMT l'et.tnl Surs-eon. Rooms 2-3, Harnett Hldg., Thnre 744. Atq. ins made by mail. PHYSICIANS AND SURGE0MS. . t;. mi im; h ii, m. i. Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose tin 4 Throat. Oxer Walton's drug store. 1'hotie 1177 A. MIOIMM, M. I). I'r.o tice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours, n to 11. !24 W. Central Ave. Over Walton's )rttg Store. W. M. MII RinW. M. !. I'ractice Limited tr .eii,io-l riiiary IMnchno, The Wasserinnnn nnd Nouuclil Test! Suhursan ' tiOK" Administered. Slate National Rank Hiillding. Albuquerque. N. M. MM)MO L. Ill II1XIN, M. 1 ihsioian and Surgeon. Suite , Harnett Hldg. V lNMItAMl. ARTIII i: WVI KFIt Fire Insurance, Secretary Mutual Itulldlng Association. Rhone 686, 217 l-i W est Central Avenue. VETERINARIANS. I'. II. IIAIIK. I. V. S . V fieri itars- Surgeon. Cradnate Chicago Vet. College, 1893. Office and Hospital, cor. First and M'lroi'ette. Rhone 777. day nnd night. Wanted Positions. WANTED - grnpher. office. l'osltlon by lady steno AdilresM V, Journal WAMEM lly competent, reliable, middle aged woman, position aa housekeeper, chambermaid or will work In kitchen. Inquire 210 N. 4th. YOl'Nd chll und milling engineer desires position of some sort, en gineering line preferred, but Is will ing to h any kind of other woth. Hex S, Journal. Tus FOR SALE The Home restaurant. Apply (it 205 West Cold nve. FOR SALE Rest paying boot and shoe shop In the southwest. Ad dress L. Rumiiss, Carlsbad, N. M. F'OR SALE (lood paying btislm-JS, small capital required; owner leav ing town. Inquire ot Hpot Cash Gro cery. FOR SALFillarness shop at Santa Fe. N. M. Will sell at In vole 1? tak.n at once. Will InvMee $i!00 to 1 1 500, Address II. Fickett. Banta Fe, NM. $18 PER WORM Inserting classi7ied ads In 3D leading papers In the U. s. Rend for list. Tim Dake Ad vertising Agency, 433 Main Bt,, Loi Angeles, or 12 Geary Bt, San Fr,u clsco. A SIRE THINH. An Albtiquerqufl Income business property for sale for the next 30 day.. A 10 per cent Investment. Will en hnnce In value during 1li next year. .1. E. Elder. 121 H.JThlhb FOR SALE Rest restaurant In a town, good location; making e money. Reason for selling other e business interests. Apply or e write to "M," Morning Journal. Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON Fourth for Picture Street and Frames Copper Avi. DAILY' MAIL SERVICE AND SlAufc For the famous Hot Springs of letnes, N. M. Lenves Albuquerqua P. O. every morning nt B a. .n. Tick ets sold at Vajo Urns., 307 North First street, (, o ; R , proprietor nnd mall contractor. P, o. Rox 84, 1403 H, 1'lromUvav. Phono 1.14 3 W, SANTA FE TIME TABLE. (In effect July , 1111.) 'AESTHOI ND Arrive Depan 1. Cal Expresi. . . . ,7:4Bp :S0p , Cat. Limited .. 10:65a 11:25a 7. Me. & Cnl. E..10:66p ll:40p 9. Cnl. Fust Mall..ll:B0p 12:46a llASTHOUND t Tourist Ex !t:SGp 4:20a 4. Chi. Ltd 6:36p .0M 8. Eastern Ex 6:KBp 7;2Pp 10, overland Ex. ,. ,8:00a l.Sa El I "a so Trhlns. 809 Mex. Ex 12:20a 816 El Peso Pass, . I:I0. 810 Kan. City A Ohl.5:0:a 818 K. City and Chl.8:J6p Ko.wt-11 an( Anmrlllo. 811 Pecos L Ex. ,. 1:20 (12 Albu. Sx H:t5p P. J, JOHNSON, A&:r4 No. No. No. No, No. NO. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. fMKIalnTfff MM Wif JET TX JOn?ffn